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"primo" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

02:37 min | 2 weeks ago

"primo" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Continuing to produce incredibly mediocre content an exceptionally professional way. You're listening and watching the barbecue central show once again. Here's your host. Greg ramp this segment brought to you by firebaugh to fire board to drive and fire to ro monitor to six different temperatures simultaneously to y five based monitoring or connect the red white and blue tooth. Have alexa google assistant in your home. Your blocked firebird fully integrated with both it. No by four by or four by visiting fireball dot com or call eight one six nine four five two to three. I'm trying you might have noticed. I'm going in my left ear over the last couple of interviews with a trying to wear the left earpiece. It is not good. Why would it be this ear that the guy carved up my whole thing. I mean it's barely fitting in there enough to take it off over the break. Go back to the one ear. It's nice to hear myself in both ears. But don't have the fit plus. It's all like this one. So smooth all worked out toward to worked as a matter that was nicb our last segment premo grill dot com as he had mentioned the supply chain is a light so if you're in the market for a primo grill just relax a little bit. They will be coming if your dealer is out. Don't get all nervous in the service jumped by for no reason. Patience is a virtue once again. That website prepo dot com. If you have a primo now and you want to get the lift hinge and the caps. They are available for retrofit. Plus unabridged conversation with steven reich. Before we got the nick he and i have to look up the hill to eat at when we get to saint louis. Hey who's looking forward to that. Drive on thursday back right after this..

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New wave of bars creates buzz without the booze

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

New wave of bars creates buzz without the booze

"A new wave of bars is creating a buzz without the booze the non alcoholic experience used to be just for people who wanted to stop drinking a lot of people just want to drink less Chris Marshall owns sands bar in Austin Texas and spirited away in New York City owner Douglas waters says these are kids drinks like alcohol free I. P. ace a whiskey or tequila they mimic those tastes Joshua James at ocean beach cafe in San Francisco says there are a lot of reasons to go non alcoholic somebody who's pregnant as opposed to somebody who has an allergy for a customer Sandra primo likes the non alcoholic after effect awake at without a headache an analysis found global consumption of low and no alcohol beer wine and spirits is growing two to three times faster than overall alcohol consumption I'm a Donahue

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"primo" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

02:24 min | 3 months ago

"primo" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Oh money is always a big factor in political discussions. I'm dr lynch pascarella. President association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute david primo professor of political science and business administration at the university of rochester wonders. If our fears are overblown when you ask americans what they think about money and politics they don't hold back in the midst of the two thousand sixteen election we serve. As a nationally representative group of americans a large majority agreed that elections for sale to the highest bidder. The political contributions are like bribes that the system is corrupt and that major reforms are needed to restore the integrity of american democracy. It's not surprising that americans believe the political system is rotten to the core after all. That's the message. They received from the media politicians reform groups and scholars yet in our surveys. Americans are skeptical that campaign. Finance reform would reduce corruption in any meaningful way. Why is that well. Our research shows that concerns about money and politics are less about discomfort with campaign finance and instead reflect a deeper cynicism about politicians americans view all manner of conventional political behavior like trying to secure favorable media coverage through a hyper partisan lens that assigns corrupt motives to members of the opposing party opinions about money and politics also shaped bipartisanship for instance. Democrats are much more willing to protect corporate political speech when the brand doing the talking is ben and jerry's as opposed to exxon mobil what's more testing analysis of state level. Reforms shows that changes in campaign finance rules have had virtually no effect on the public's faith in government that's contrary to the promises of reformers and challenges the assumptions behind decades of us supreme court rulings holding the regulation of money in politics campaign. Finance reform efforts are based on the belief. That limiting money and politics will cure what ails american democracy. Our research shows that belief is mistaken. That was david. Primo of the university of rochester. You can find this other segments and more information about the professors at academic minute dot. Org production support for the academic. Minute comes from a c and you advancing liberal learning at research for the public good..

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"primo" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

06:25 min | 4 months ago

"primo" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

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Alabama stuns No. 7 Tennessee 71-63 in physical battle

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Alabama stuns No. 7 Tennessee 71-63 in physical battle

"John petty had three critical three pointers and finished with nineteen points in leading Alabama to a stunning victory over number seven Tennessee seventy one sixty three these long range shots along with the pair from Joshua primo were instrumental in the tide turning a one point half time lead into a double digit advantage midway through the second half primo and Herbert Jones each finished with eleven points to help coach Nate oats celebrate an SEC win this one since I've been here these guys for the water in the garden of the defense once she helped me to three years but we could we could make free throws down the stretch our defense got us one thank you Bailey scored sixteen points in Santiago this Kobe had thirteen for the volunteers who shot just thirty two percent from the field and falling to seven and one I'm Dave Ferrie

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"primo" Discussed on Podcast Onion

Podcast Onion

03:46 min | 5 months ago

"primo" Discussed on Podcast Onion

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"primo" Discussed on Podcast Onion

Podcast Onion

04:15 min | 5 months ago

"primo" Discussed on Podcast Onion

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"primo" Discussed on Podcast Onion

Podcast Onion

03:41 min | 5 months ago

"primo" Discussed on Podcast Onion

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"primo" Discussed on What Up Patna

What Up Patna

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"primo" Discussed on What Up Patna

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"primo" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

03:02 min | 6 months ago

"primo" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

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The Only Subject that Counts (with Eric Siy)

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

06:41 min | 7 months ago

The Only Subject that Counts (with Eric Siy)

"Hello and welcome to misinformation a Trivia podcast for ladies and gents love cool. Trivia and sticking it to annoying teens. At pop quiz, where are your host I'm Lauren and I'm Julia Hey jaw. We. Got A got a nice call back in the intro here I did do a fun little Callback d do You WanNa know why I did that found little. In, late and everybody. Because we have a reoccurring guest, a returning guest today that we are very excited about Eric See. Eric. Welcome. Thank you. Welcome back so happy to see you so nice to see the both of you and I'm thinking now that. You know probably there are some places still do pub trivia and they're mostly crazy teens that are yeah. Yeah. I mean, that's probably the case. So it just it continues to be. The, the intro continues to evolve but also be a kernel of truth. You know what I'm saying. So I really want everybody to think right off the bat start. Yeah. But of introspection get into the right mindset you know. So I was on our team Iquique Bowl in Chicago where it was so much on America's last public gathering. Was it was so much fun. Amazing time. And you were probably you were one of the less people that we hugged before. Yes you were the last people that are hugged as well and shared a meal in a restaurant with. Some we want per Taylor. Chocolate milk shake. Shake. As learned love and you described it the drink you to. It wasn't shrink that you chew. We really had a wonderful multi sensory experience in Chicago with you Eric and I'm so glad that that is one of our last memories of the before times. Good Times Oh. My goodness. Well, we are very excited to have you talk to us about something Eric. Please tell us what you're going to talk to us about today we're going to do more math. Top. Do. Best category on Learning League I will tell you Eric that my parents. Usually are very critical. PODCAST. They will say to me like I'll be like Oh did you did you listen to this podcast? They'll go. We want we listened to a little bit of it was. Wasn't your best you swirling much I, swore too much. They get that. But your episode was like Stars Stars Ten stars across the board. They loved Eric's episode. Loved Hello. Dave Tag Dave. Yes. Yup You got it. Right? Don't worry David Nancy Yeah they loved your episode. Solo. But yeah. Math everybody needs it. There's always a question about it. So yes, of course we're excited. Yeah. Yeah. Before I started did one Bailey who also did a math episode which is Primo episode as well and continuing the math legacy, and then you also had tangential math apps like the moon. There was a lot of math in the moon episode a lot of math cards episode. Yeah. Yeah. So much math so much math. Are you proud everywhere I am so proud I was proud of you before. Thank you eric kind. So, just to frame today. BOOT back when I was on last year of twenty. Nine. Hundred Twenty nineteen now. So the American curriculum has five strands of mathematics number and operations, geometry measurement Algebra David Analysis and probability, and so we did numbers where we talked about the history of some numbers and a Greek cult. Geometry did some calculus and talked about you know the Calculus wars, linemates. So now for today I wanted to talk about the other strands. So we're going to do Algebra measurement and probability, and then we're going to end it with America's favorite segment a mathematician you should know. Yes Right, up our alley before I start I had a question for the both of you Did you have a favorite math teacher and why were they your favorite math teacher? Goodness. I can say there was that. I had to favorite math teachers and their names escape me at the moment. Because once I left high school I kicked a lot of information out of my head, but I had one that taught us about Probability and I enjoyed like I liked that part. And I had another teacher who smells like cinnamon And he was very warm and lovely and he taught us calculus. Which I was not good at but. He was a very kind person until he got busted for throwing a math book at a student the year after I graduated and he got fired. So. That's my story. Julia do you have a favorite? Not I mean I don't think I could top that but I also had a good probability and statistics teacher in high school to like that was like I took a math elective my senior year of high school because I wanted to take like another art class and they were like Nah that won't fit on your schedule. Here's have some more math I was like. Yeah that's not fair but I did it. Well, at least you had one and I'm happy for that Matt Teachers, not usually you know the ones you out. So we're GONNA start today with Algebra and I'm GONNA throw another question to you. How would you define Algebra? Math with letters. Okay. Very good. I would agree yes. 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2020 Fall Movie Preview

Popcorn with Peter Travers

06:11 min | 8 months ago

2020 Fall Movie Preview

"Hi everybody I am Peter Travers and welcome to this special edition of Popcorn where creed you all the movies opening between Labor Day and New Year's Eve I know wait what aren't we in a pandemic Will really be moved this fall and theaters to show them in I mean the answer to both those questions is a huge. Yes. Sixty two percent of all US theaters are open now and there's going to be more to come covid permitting, of course, and those movies that can't make it to the multiplex will be available for rental or streaming in sickness and in health people, you can't keep a good movie down. So let's start with the blockbusters that are out there. Number one is tenant. Brain Teasing epoch from Dark Knight Director. Christopher. Nolan. That's geared to fire up the fall season and in theaters and with your mask and distancing in place you can strap in for this kind of Christopher Nolan throw ride and watch the spy master he's played by John David Washington give James Bond a run for his money you know you just have to. Get your head around the physics in this movie. Maybe don't know about how you can go forward and backwards in time at the same time I don't know either I was a little confused by that but you'll be glued to the visual miracles that are on screen here every cent of tenants two, hundred, million dollars production budget shows up onscreen Eisele popped. Jaw dropped pulses. Oh, pound all that good stuff movies and back baby. So what else do we have? We have Moulin which is out there right now and you'll check in Disney plus to watch this because it's not in theaters but you can rent it and you could see live action film of the Disney animated hit about a young woman who disguises. Herself as a man to replace her sick father in the Imperial Army the new moon is not musical and there's no comic relief from eating Murphy as the Voice of a fast talking dragon named Moo Shu. This is not that kind of movie. There's no whitewashing but using Western actors in the drawn from Chinese legend and as Rouland the astounding Lou ye. Leads in Asian cast that includes martial arts icon jet. Li is the emperor up and China's leading actress Gong Li as shape shifting witch who teaches on how to survive and prosper in a man's world. Look move on is not your typical princess. She's a warrior fighting for her place in the world prepare to be well. Next up wonder woman one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, the sequel to the two thousand seventeen smash that made a star of Gal. Gadot, remember her places the DC comics immortal wonder woman into the cold. War where she does battle with the media tycoon played by Pedro Pascal and the villainous Cheetah played by Kristen Wiig always to me an asset in any movie Chris. Pine also returns Steve Trevor The American. Pilot that one woman loves I know didn't he die the last time during World War? One people you gotta go with this this is Hollywood. So if we can borrow wonder woman's last sube truth for a moment, credibility isn't the issue here. It's the show stopping stunts engineered by returning director Petty Jenkins executed by Godot, and she's a formal Israeli military structure. So you know you're in for a really good time. Next up is black widow look wonder woman has competition already. You know we've been waiting since spring for Marvel to let its first solo black widow epic out of storage and into theaters. Now, the wait is over Scarlett. Johansson is back in action as Natasha Romanoff Aka black widow. She's the Russian assassin with no superpowers road just skills she's like the female Batman this Prequel looks back, Arjun story in it's a doozie forints pugh is there as Natasha, surrogate says sister and Rachel Vice is the leader of this black widow organization. It's not just one black widow you can become a black widow tells witness business. So Watch your back wonder woman next up candyman there's nothing like the Primo horror. Film to get us all back in the dark of a theater where we can scream bloody hearts out behind a mask of course, end with get outs Jordan peele writing the screenplay. This direct sequel to nineteen ninety two's cult fright fest stars Watchmen Emmy nominee Jadu Martine the second as a visual artist drawn back to those housing projects in Chicago's Cabrini-green where he was born now the whole place is gentrified beyond recognition but the green is still haunted by Candyman Tony Todd an urban legend who still kills anyone who summoned him by saying his name five times. Okay. Altogether now with me candyman candyman candyman candyman candyman, we did it. So I'm looking around here to see if some him up. Okay next up no time to die look no red blooded movie Fan is GonNa Think of missing Daniel. Craig's fifth and final outing James Bond you know for my money Craig and Sean Connery are in dead heat for the best bond ever. This one directed by Kerry from Gonzaga who did true detective from Script Co written get this by sleeping bags phoebe Wall Rich Daniel Craig asks for her because he really wants a little feminist touch to this. This is the. Twenty fifth, all seven Cape and you know this is a record and we're GONNA lose Daniel Craig. But in the movie James Bond's been retired for five years and he gets called back in. You know that's what happens to everybody from the Godfather on. You know Bohemian Rhapsody oscar-winner. Rami ballot plays the facially scarred villain named SAFM and he's described the director as more dangerous than anyone bond has ever encounter. Man How about you?

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Two residential schools in Canada are named historic sites

Native America Calling

03:56 min | 8 months ago

Two residential schools in Canada are named historic sites

"This is national native news I'm Antonio Gonzalez to former residential schools in Canada have been named national historic sites as down. Carpenter reports the schools which represent a dark history are now being recognized as one of the events that shaped Canada to schools added to the official roster of national historic events are in Nova Scotia and Manitoba. It's the first time a residential school has been named in such a way Canada's environment minister. Jonathan Wilkinson says. Is Not, just about telling the good things. It's also about recalling the more challenging aspects, commemorating and understanding history not celebrating it. Perry Belgarde is the national chief of the assembly of first nations bell. Guard says first nations people still feel today the intergenerational trauma of the residential schools and it's part of our shared history. It's dark history of in terms of our shared history, but Canada and everybody needs to learn from that, and again, we've always said that those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. The residential schools are described as a dark stain on Canada's passed the government funded church run schools were designed to assimilate native children. Into white culture thousands were physically sexually emotionally abused the schools which operated from the mid eighteen hundreds for more than a century for national native news. I'm Dan Carpentry Chuck at top US health official recently visited Minnesota which included meeting with tribal officials. Call Prima with Minnesota Native News has more is August drew to a close the White House's Corona Virus Task Force coordinator Dr Berks visited Minnesota, and met with both state and tribal officials. Dr Burke said she's impressed with how Minnesota has responded to the pandemic using a data driven approach however burks says she's concerned with the rate of positive cases. The state is seeing in the twin cities and surrounding counties. This state has gone from two to five to now nine counties over ten percent. That trend is worrisome this late into the summer to combat rising cases burkes is urging minnesotans to continue wearing masks and socially distance during the pandemic. Even if many may be feeling fatigue to all the guidelines in her visit to Minnesota, burks also stopped Duluth and met with tribal officials with the Fund lack of Lake Superior. Chippewa. Were really terrific I, think across this country being able to meet with a tribal nations has really been extraordinary is impressed by their ability to have institutions that could support isolation within their community and I think really ensuring that they have the resources and the wherewithal to prevent outbreaks. Dr Brooks says fondling efforts and the efforts of tribes across the nation is a good thing to see given that native Americans are disproportionately affected by covid nineteen. Burke. Says Native Americans, who were already suffering from health disparities pre. Pandemic are more likely to suffer life threatening complications due to covid nineteen compared to other racial and ethnic groups nationwide across the United States. Still, the number one group that has the highest fatalities related to this virus are native Americans, and so really ensuring that we have continued to focus resources and meeting their needs you Minnesota about six hundred and twenty covid. Nineteen cases have been confirmed among the native population so far according to recent health data thirty, three of those cases resulted in death I'm co Primo. Former principal chief of the Muskogee. Creek. Nation. George Tiger is expected to report to prison September fourteenth to begin a one year sentence for bribery charges. Muskogee media reports the US Attorney's Office for Oklahoma. Says Tiger accepted bribes of more than sixty thousand dollars during a time period between two thousand, seventeen to two, thousand and nineteen. He was sentenced last month to the prison term two years supervised release and a ten thousand dollar fine. I'm Antonio Gonzales.

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"primo" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"primo" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Rehearsed opera in this kitchen family tradition spanning generations or passed down wine and laughs occupied the table as loved ones reconnect uncles aunts. Nana siblings and cousins communicating over antipasta their plates full of olives and cheeses and their hearts full of happiness when the Primo or first course is ready kids scary from the yard into the kitchen. One of them leads the family in grace. There's a feeling of anticipation for the meal in front of them. And the feeling that all is right in the world little do they realize that one day he simple moments will be the memories of a lifetime with.

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Spencer Murray Jumps Into The Podcast

The Drozcast Podcast Speaking of Motivation and Leadership

09:23 min | 1 year ago

Spencer Murray Jumps Into The Podcast

"All Right Folks. Thank you and welcome back to the draws cast. I'm very excited to be with you again. I hope that you've been continuing to listen to the draws cast. We have some great interviews that we've downloaded over the last couple of weeks and have another great interview Here today with me He is the GM at the Briar Woods Country Club and a city just outside of Buffalo New York called Hamburg and his name is Spencer. Murray and Spencer and I know each other through some work that we've done together through the National Restaurant Association and we've been working on getting Spencer on the show for quite some time so Spencer Murray. Welcome to the Dr Cast. Hey thanks for having me Jeff. It's good to finally make this happened with you. I'm looking forward to to get into it with you yet. It's going to be great A previous podcast. I had a gentleman by the name of Aaron. Primo on and I called him a Whiz Kid. Because he's done quite a bit. In his years that he's been a Professional Anaconda put you into that group Not so much because your age because frankly I don't know how much or how old you are. You don't need to tell me that but I think that you've done a lot for the number of years that you've been making a living for yourself. So that's another reason why I wanted to have yon of the draws cast so So before we get your professional cry like to kind of set it up and find out a little bit of background about the people that are interview so Where did you grow up. What city specific did you grow up in? Sure so starting I'll tell you I'm thirty one so that we can get that out. Okay well then. You can be a whiz kid concerning. Yeah Yeah for me. That's a whiz kid. And I look sick. Buffalo New York in just the suburbs village called Williamsville. Just fifteen minutes outside of the city. You know. My my dad was a military guy. He was in the eighty second airborne and a he was a Jag officer as well too. So a military lawyer And my brother sister or at Fort Bragg North Carolina and then my dad moved up to buffalo to start his own private practice as an attorney so I was born here in Buffalo born and raised here and Most of my career. I spent seven years at a at a breakfast restaurant here. Most people are aware of if you've ever heard of the original Pancake House. Yeah I spent seven years as a kid started when I was first job. I worked at a P. It's a place I was fourteen years old. I made five bucks cash under the table and I they let me run the police that it was just kind of just got it at an extremely young age and learned how to deal with people then started as a dishwasher at original pancake. How listen and then throughout college and somebody's work. I Work Sides Washer. We'd orange juice plus boy creative people as host and just went through all. That was kind of my start hospitality and stuff but I love this area. I'm a diehard bills. Fan Bills Mafia. We're we're out here representing and I've lived away a couple of different places and now back. So you're part now is did you say it was the Buffalo Mafia or the bills Mafia bills? Yeah I had heard that term before. That's pretty interesting So that was going to be a question of mine if you were an a sports fan for the sports that are in the buffalo area but it sounds like it a yeah. I usually if you're from Buffalo. You're you're a big bills and the sabres kind of life around here whether we're good or bad and you say bad but we're good fans and we have a lot of fun so having been to buffalo a few times myself For those of you out there who are listening that have never been to Buffalo Niagara Falls is what would you say about twenty minutes? North of Buffalo. Was that about right? Yeah so Niagara Falls is right there. But Buffalo's got a really cool young vibe to it Especially as you get down into the city. Downtown so If they've had a really good kind of revitalization of the city over the last five six years and it's really taken this kind of artistic beautiful and just driven approach to making the city. Great you know the the food culture here is amazing. The People here are great. It's called the city good neighbors and and I love it. Here this is this is certainly western. New York is is my home and a Lotta. Yeah and it's very different Then you know people when they think of New York they think of New York City. When people think of Michigan they think of Detroit but there's so much more to the states of New York and Michigan than people realize because they just focus on that one area buffalo in western New York people. Are you say you must go to New York City all the time like seven and a half hours away from here? I can make it to Chicago in almost the same amount of time per se and I can be in West Virginian. Yeah exactly so. It's very different but I encourage. I don't work for the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce but and I'm getting no money from them for this interview but I can't tell you that it's a good place to visit if you're looking for places to go The summer or even in the wintertime. Because you you work at a country club but it also acts as a ski resort to my correct about that though so where I live. I live in a town about an hour. South of Buffalo called Eligibility York and it is awesome magical Kurowski town and there's two ski resorts that are so why I snowboard side. Love the winters play. Before this I worked I managed a restaurant in ski jump on so my busy season was winter and now the golf course. That's kind of flipped the script you know so I enjoy winter a little bit more so now but definitely work a little bit harder in the summertime now but no but we're connected I mean like I said I live in his ski town which is awesome. Actually New York has the most ski resorts I think out of any state country number wise. And it's great out here okay. That's great so now you are the GM of the Brier Country Club and we've established that you've worked at the International not the International House pancakes but the original house of pancakes. And that's kind of. Yeah and that's how you got started In your professional life How is it that you went from early management? Even though you shouldn't have been managing that original house of pancakes how did you get from there to the GM of the brier would country club? I can give you a little outline and just kinda how it went so Actually have a history degree. I played Lacrosse in college. I got a scholarship to pull les division to Ross at Franklin Pierce University I was always a history nerd. Grownups and I didn't really know what I wanted to do So my my major. I just decided to take history. I liked it. I played the cross. I thought I'd be the cool history teacher and coach at the school Had that kind of plan out but then I realized that time I kind of liked history. More a hobby rather than something. I wanted to do every day but at that point. I kind of knew I just wanted to do something involving hospitality. Entertainment an Kind of a not a shy guy and I went to small school for comparison. It just know in working in those kind of environments that the original packing house and stuff you just. I just learned how to deal with people but you had to these environments. So that's why I wanted to do so. I graduated. College became a food supervisory Internet. Six flags theme park in Springfield Massachusetts. I were a looney tunes tie and Khaki Pants and a short sleeve blue button down so you have yourself a six flags they mess and those kinds of things and I did that for a summer that I moved back home and I became assistant manager at the ritual. Pancake House at this place. You know the way you come in. It is the busiest Brecca's place all the area and it was one host which was myself still wore Khakis at that time. Couldn't get away from it. I guess And Green Pole and and everybody came in their name on a dry erase for it and that was the wait list for the thing and everybody just stare at you and here. I am this young kid and deal with all these adults different people and everybody's hungry after church. The breakfast in Hama just taught me a great deal of patients and just kind of savviness of just kind of dealing with people of all different ages and expectations

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Hi-Performance Heritage - The 1968 Dodge Scat Pack

Talking Mopars

09:16 min | 1 year ago

Hi-Performance Heritage - The 1968 Dodge Scat Pack

"WELCOME TO TALKING. Mo- parts high-performance heritage man. The world is crazy right now folks. And if you're like me you're probably sick of hearing about the worldwide. Corona virus pandemic. Here's the good news. There will be absolutely no fear. Mongering Kovic nineteen talk here today. I hope you're staying healthy and safe and I'm here to give you a little escape from the chaos by talking Mo- parts with you together. We'll try to get our minds off of all this craziness. Twenty twenty and talk about what I believe to be the greatest year in mopey history nineteen sixty eight. The year that Dodge introduced the scat pack to an entire generation of horsepower junkies and change. The world of MOPE ARE FOREVER. There are just certain aspects of Mope our history that truly made a significant impact and the scat pack of nineteen. Sixty eight is one of those things but before we get started with project carved the week rev up the show with high performance parts get moving with listeners stories and shut down the show with high-performance. Heritage. There are two things you need to know number one Chris at talking Mo- Parts Dot Com. That's my email number two two zero nine. Twenty eight Mo par. That's my voicemail. Your voicemails will be shared on this show so please keep them appropriate. And so will anymo- par stories sent in for listener stories. I'll even share the emails that I think would make fun conversation on the show now that we took care that business. Let's get this show on the road. This week's project car of the week was the nineteen sixty nine. Plymouth road runner posted on the moped. Hunter Page Friday March twentieth at nine. Am here is the at Nineteen Sixty Nine Plymouth. Road runner numbers matching Bucket Seats Center Council. Hearst four-speed three eighty three and ninety six package original rims and build sheet runs dry scraper. Twenty five thousand. Five hundred or best offer not interested in low ballers condition is listed as good an title status listed as clean located in Webster. New York. Here's the thing folks. I like this car. It's numbers matching. It's got you know some desirable options the bucket seats center console. It's a four speed. It's got the end ninety six package and the guy's got to build sheet. He claims that it runs and drives. Great those are all good things and for twenty five thousand you know. I think he may be a little bit high on the price. The color of the car is kind of like a dark Emerald Green which? I don't believe it was a factory color looking in the engine bay. I see that it's kind of like a flat black. So that's one thing that annoys a lot of people for me. It doesn't bother me that much unless it's a fully restored car and they cheered out on the pain on the engine bay and they went black. I don't really like that. But you know a driver quality card no big deal. That can always be changed later on down the road. The car is cool. It's got the factory tack you know. Obviously bucket seats the console. Those are all great options and ninety six. Who who doesn't love the Air Grabber Hood? Come on and it's got that coyote duster air cleaner. The car looks to be in reasonable shape. If you look at the pictures of the guy posted the car does not look like a rob box. So that's a good thing. I think that this car has a really good bones and for twenty five thousand five hundred. I think there's a little bit of room to work there. I would like to see the price around eighteen thousand. So that's seventy five hundred off which is a fat chunk of change. Let's be honest so you know around. Twenty two is probably realistic. Twenty three twenty four. Maybe I don't know but for me. I think it's a great idea to spend low to mid twenties for running and driving car that you can enjoy so this is definitely a car that I think would be a good car to consider if you have that kind of money to throw around in a moped project because running and Driving Project. Cars are amazing. Why because you can enjoy while you're restoring them or modifying them. Whatever the case may be so. I think this is a great example of a you know reasonably priced project car and it is numbers matching which is desirable. And it's got to build sheets so that's cool so you know. It does have a picture of the fender tag here in the fender tag. Looks rotted so. Hopefully you know with the information on the build sheet and the original fender tag may get a re- pop vendor tag made and enjoy the cars restore it. He's got some pictures of the underside. The underside looks pretty clean. Doesn't look like there's any cancer. Even the trump pam looks really good. So I think this is a solid car to start with especially if you don't want to invest ninety thousand dollars on a restoration this has really good bones and it's always a good thing to start with a project that has good bones because then you're not doing a bunch of metalwork on it and you can focus on the things that really matter getting it running and driving tiptop condition. You know this guy says it runs drives great numbers matching. You WANNA preserve that. Engine so Mike for me. If I wasn't going for a Oh e quality restoration and I just wanted to drive the thing. I just drive the thing you know maybe pull the original engine out and put something else in. That's von and maybe just start with restoring the engine you know if what you're looking for is an OEM quality build start with the engine get that restored and then slowly work your way to the point where maybe it's time to tear apart the car and do the paint and body work. That's necessary to get it. In Primo condition. I liked that the seller shared the Haggerty Vehicle Valuation report that says Twenty eight thousand two hundred on in very tiny apprentices average value. He shared that as like a selling point that prices based on opinion desire ability. And all that stuff. He's asking twenty five five haggerty's average values twenty eight to I still think. Lower Twenties would be a great price for this car. But I also wouldn't have a problem paying you know around mid twenties for it just because it is numbers matching. That's Kinda hard to find in today's market for a reasonable price. And you know some people say you know twenty five thousand dollars. That's not a reasonable price. Okay that kind of money. Well then maybe you should look at something a little bit lesser than a sixty nine road runner decent quality roadrunners and any decent quality be body. That's somewhat desirable. 's GonNa Fetch a lot of money in this kind of condition and you know that's another thing what what is a lot of money you know is five thousand dollars a lot of money because I see a lot of cars that probably were ten grand that people are listening for fifteen to twenty and the potential buyers are lookie Loos. What have you will say? Oh that's a thousand dollar car. Well is it. Is it a thousand dollar car? Do you know what I mean. So pricing and the Mo par market right now is kind of iffy. You see a lot of different people that say vehicles are worth a tenth of what they're actually worth and then you see guys that will say you know. I pay that for car. That's clearly not worth the amount that is being asked. So there's a for every seat folks and you know. Some people got fatter wallets than others. My Wallet is Slim Pickens. It's gone on a series diet as of you know and I say Oh yeah. I would buy that if I had the money. I don't have the money so me saying that. It's kind of like saying yeah. I'd I'd buy a charger Daytona with a Hemi. If I had the money you know what I mean so take what I say with a grain of salt but I've seen you know hundreds maybe even thousands of these cars were sales since two thousand fifteen when I really started doing a deep dive into posting all these cars and finding them and seeing the values and you'll hear stories about guys that go and pull you know roadrunners out barnes. You'll see oh. They paid five thousand dollars for it and restored. The car is worth fifty thousand or whatever? I'm just throwing numbers out here. But that's uncommon. That doesn't happen every day. So you can't really base values of cars on prices from back in the eighties and nineties. Okay it's not the eighties and nineties anymore. We need to stop thinking like that. These cars the numbers are dwindling. Every time a car is found in a barn in a field in a old garage. That's one less to be found. The market's really interesting and it really is hard to predict but I will say that they're never gonna be as low as what the eighties and nineties were. I don't care what happens in the economy. This economy could tank six feet in the ground. And you're never gonNA find a charger for five hundred bucks and if you do get on the show. Let's talk about all right because I like hearing those stories too. I have buddies that have paid crazy prices for really cool. Be Bodies and bodies. You know. They're out there. I'm not saying that they're not out there. But the chances of you running into one for that cheap pretty slim and if you do there's a lot of guys that will triple your money right away. You know what I mean. So if you're looking for a quick investment car. Let's say you find this car that I'm talking about here on project car the week and once five grand for it. Well I'm looking at the car and I'm saying you know eighteen grand would be steel. In my opinion you get this car for thousand and you could easily flip it for fifteen. That's a ten thousand dollar come up. That's ten grand right in your pocket. It is what it is. So that's project of the week. Nineteen sixty-nine Plymouth road runner for twenty five five air. Grabber car numbers matching three eighty. Three four speed. What do you want consul? This things got it all. Let's try to get it for less than twenty all right. That's project car of the

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"primo" Discussed on Heyer Today

Heyer Today

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"primo" Discussed on Heyer Today

"To. Yes thank you so so much I absolutely loved it. I always felt a bit sad that people only divine. Suggest some ways through has. Made a bit and you know I because we're total deputy no, it's just wrong for the company to be being denied Gels to show Jehovah evening but I would also flip it around the other way and say much like why's that? She will liking read she. Will wanting to she to me the last ten fifteen years is being so extralegal with the reissuing and college in what they've done with their. Mid Twentieth Century Female Congressional. You don't get thank coverage and they're certainly people finding. But I think with her, we should be trying to push your new people and we should be trying to say, why haven't they been made into films and everything, but we all should just be rejoicing now. Wonderful she is in that you can get switch New People. Recently and the she has had an increasing recognition in the last ten fifteen years joyful about that. That makes me super happy that we live in a world where a sales a better than they being via. Pollyannaish but I do think that's really important. You know and that she t so well loved and more and more people are finding. Brilliant, thank you so much of a great, day. It was such a delight to talk to Harriet. And boy did we cover a lot of ground as I mentioned earlier? Her latest book is the garden of lost and found. Liddy. Horner discovers her husband, the world famous artists Edward Corner Burning his best known painting, the garden of lost and found days before his sudden death is that a gripping description on what? It's had fabulous abuse. So do go and pick up a copy next week in our book club episode I'll be reading Arabella with my friends rob and Vicki Caroline risk or the risk as I like to call it. They have very different views on the book. So do grab a copy or download audiobook book from Naxos. It's a lovely one to listen to the off for on the bus. You'd have to be loosened the half to miss out until next time. This is being today. This episode was recorded produced edited by me ceremony Thomson with Production Lighting Research Help from bet keen and we'll morality for Production Sport Mike Scott for production assistance can making mean spanked bowl. Stephen Fry foot general awesomeness thanks will early State Game Gamov, and everyone who supported me in creating this work. Thanks to buttress in particular and the podcast community at large foreign valuable support and. And the music in this episode is from amateurs. Wondrous album checked on as well as drug Alexandra's luscious message debase tunes. Original music was composed especially for the PUTT costs by myself and Tom Chad. Comment. Partner discussions on social media where at fabled gazes on instagram and at fable underscore gazes on twitter. Remember to rate review and subscribe. If really helps more into companies like us to thrive. Head today is a fable cases production..

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"primo" Discussed on Heyer Today

Heyer Today

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"primo" Discussed on Heyer Today

"He's very angry at all. She loved very much in his FA- dying basically an evolved is about this well-meaning mother to goose and that she all the characters in that room in change on aol start off you think one way. In which votes into how old fiancee's heck said totally think yet say many Celtic he noted Communist maybe he shouldn't be with him. These good. She's with either Rosa who is on the stock concern. Happen, that's the great thing about how you until law's paid entirely sure. It's going to happen and how she manages to do. The key writing thing that you've got to make the elite it's not going to happen and you call up to it by expressly Tang is going to happen nineteen because that's cheesy exactly. She's so clever at kind of manipulating the outcome and you you know what lean but it's this trick that you do I think this is something that you as well. Very beautifully. Thank you. Why was it? I didn't About was published same time heights, the lights craze, and it was quite a stop thought every bit you good for such a very nasty things and it's about this modern living in a house single mother living and a has with a mate and the beginning of the book she says and bracket a by the way if you think this is one. Of, these books where the love of my last undermine knows all alone than I ended up with him in the end. Well, it's not so get over it. So you go through the entire book thinking well, she's expressly told me that's not going to happen. So what happened and then she down, we'll get together with him at the end I'm getting to. The. I'm so ingredients you because you should have as a rights made us care about them as a couple you call just expressly say like that US cheating, but it also by the way made me think, oh, they're not going to get because you totally talking to happen. You have to do it in in stock away. It has to be done through the action by the way the. Characters but hey, that's one of the one thing I tried really hard to do and I got very cross novels when people just can't be bothered with working out of it. So I'll just get I'll just tell you she never does that you've really all let this happen Oh my goodness. How did you know that I really didn't she pull obscenity mazing governors to get together with a nonstop. Speech. To speak expense jury boys begun that happens. Yeah I say welcome and I don't know how she does it again and again you know as you say, there's some wish more successful Fredrika I love that one way as well where she's kind of this totally capable imminently practical put and she just doesn't think about romance and almost kind of Piques, his interest because of her lack of. Flooding Lewis Tirkey And also, that's the ultimate one. I think where someone needs looking off a the other person sees that unfold in love with them because they need looking after I'm not incredibly attractive to women I say Oh. Yeah. Fat Idea that like, Hey, he isn't. He just will take care of things for you know if you're an identity but it's lean you'll catch on to lean against is just really Thing when you are Aryan. Tied Life is tough sometimes vessel because you really get a sense of. London at the time as business with the cavs in. Green Paul, coming soon and stuff when I selected to reread. Remind Harriet of the rules we'd been making. So he had have your carriage breakdown in front of the Heroes House be ready for adventured a moment's notice and I think you have to be able to identify Lady Jersey because I idea who she wasn't history of from the fact she's always always in hey as they judging ladies Teston because they give out the vouchers foul. Knox and so you have to be able to cut it to them and identify them that super importance I'd say don't be Dowd No, you need to be stilted, not observe as they were all sorts of notices things I. Think you need to be witty and wise because some of the Mel governesses and some of them are down lock and walk out is just being able to have a conversation with someone not being. So terrified many your hair heroines where they literally can't tied to woods together, Khuzestan tied. I mentioned the quiet gentleman as it's one of other books we'll be covering in the series episode ten. One of the great joys of that book is how much the Heroin Priscila deeply regrets how sensible she is. In fact, when the hero for Caesar he thinks plane. What she sees as a surfeit of boring sense you the reader soon has courage and intelligence, and that makes her fall more useful to the here who's often in mortal danger than a swooning miss would be. When she marries the Daca side of things with the Light Romance, it sometimes doesn't work quite as well. She's out of a most brilliant when she's just doing romantic comedy. When they're all adult abyss in some of them like regency buck or in. Still lightness about I'm in the stomach. Stephen mckesson. Kate with some guy who's basically super disturbed I. Think it's interesting because today we would try to label on him. We'd say he was autistic or he's psychotic or he frankel bipolar is something very talk about him and it's interesting that the time she's writing be the time about which she was Roy different things as well you my in. And make you pause deplore but I don't think it fully worked, and of course, if you've been writing for many years, the books are going to become better at bought that you'd hope that as a progression and you are poised at it but it's not that it's just an awkward trajectory and if he wrote many books, she dede's then always gonNA graze. I asked her to reveal her famous list of top tier his. Premature jets. This first law is Prima June jets for me Venetia these old shades Devil's cub infamous Alemi break muscle in Pharaoh's daughter the none such made you've quality regency buck reluctant widow controversial by on the ground Sophie Frederica Ball Tangle blotchy Silvester every one of these is Writing Best. These are the second tier. The foundling Friday's child be sat shelly on Kononov in Friday's child maybe that should be bumped up to the toll the talisman ring charity girl, the convenient marriage, a civil contract, full colors, April lady wellness depressing books the toll, Gates Castilian but yet you're about the quad gentleman. But maybe on each, we revamped the CARINTHIAN bride the roles. I'm glad we've got a mix of his mixed in with the second and third, tier has. We want to cover certain periods in her life, and so he picked books which slotted into those times. I'd love to know what you think of Harriet list. Do you agree personally I might put Kazillion into the top tier? Myself. Now Harriet third-tier. I'm at the third one is kind of a bit. Ones Bow Valet powdered patch masquerade is cousin kate escape. Yes. I. I would stand by the fact that even the worst Georgia hair is better than a ninety percents of some of the other stuff that's out there as is sort of a.

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"primo" Discussed on Heyer Today

Heyer Today

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"primo" Discussed on Heyer Today

"The middle class up would for women they also kind of scary because he's been Paul android that wealth needs huge respect I've discovered that people aren't as crazy about hair as I. Yeah Yeah and a lot of people have never heard of her all. If they have, they have no idea of the complexity, the huma deal of her understanding of time if you've experienced that as well I did this list co premo Georgette because I wrote a book about that is obsessed with books guys into publishing called happily ever after and I put it the back of his book go. And all these people got in contact with me and we're like, can I have this list and it still brings I get asked money such as my pay the I would order because you know Sarah. May is about ten fifteen the adjusts perfect. That's the next layer of the me, which is still better than most books, and then as you powder and patch it, we had some ones based range. It's really interesting how you just said these people kill the good ones going read them. I've converted so many people are not remade by saying, look trust me on. This a may have always been snooty dealt with and then they like I with you people in the Barakeh. But he'll point about Portland and having lumped Ramos novelist this is again another bugbear of mine has Wycombe women novelist things to people just as there are some terrible furloughs written by men and some amazing written by men and women, and then all lumped together you don't say a while this incredibly textured multi-layered incredible crime novel by whoever that might be shortlisted for the Booker Prize sometimes because they get loads, loads more attention is the same as some really shonky. I WANNA say his name. But by one of the world's biggest novelists, they get discussed memories whereas a women's fiction gets along together that be if you toss away Raymond's. People get really knock you buy it. You know in waterstone's in piccadilly the biggest bookshop in the country you will kin as a fiction section in front of you again, and if you look for any women's fiction lists lists, they probably might not be that because even though David Nicholls is in that section even though his books very romantic older women are also decide on derailments said look. Sally Bowman one of the Best Novalis to the party she's in romance because she's a woman that I did you've got to lump everyone together just absolutely drives me crazy because that is why could push the Elbe she's just finance well, they all run onto yet. But as I said before, that's the stuff of life. You didn't have romance there would be no procreation of the human race note procreation of new mail rights. That three people can't get on with. That's one thing. But because I genuinely think she's such a great novelist always seem such a shame you know I have to I was judged people's lightly is very hard for me when I'm doing the conversion thing because some of the people just haven't got it and I have to admit it makes me feel like a fit. And also can I speak to them again? I don't worry about it as much as I used to because I think that's being contention bags on i. do think when people find out if they love they read them all and if go with that absolutely fine I think a shame that she's not as widely acclaimed as to go back to him again, Patrick O'Brien all around the twenty cent trengove list but I think that's also a function of being said prolific people talk about this with Joyce Carol oates she writes a novel every year or every other year, and she's a wonderful people often segments she wrote Les Fix every three years like Antanas would that be more of a HOOPLA bags it Bane. Prolific is seen as the back thing you know and. Whereas that's not the case with her she's so forensically detailed and organized. Well, how about you? Would you describe yourself as prolific? I can touch type I was a secretary my boss said you have to. For All give you this job that literally any transferable skill have when I have no career when people don't WanNA books, I will be able to get a job touch typing on good. When I'm slightly panics and the wind is at my back on God like a Horse Galloping Finish I. She clarity thought the first book probably spend longer run with your first one. Did it take longer than the others zoo? Well it's a funny story really that I was working publishing. I was an editor as being sent leads of novels and I kept thinking. This is rubbish could do better than this and I kept thinking that more more when it was still getting in the way of my ability to do my job well, and one book came in and it was so bad and I turned it down and it sold for false amounts of money. It was written by kind of society go and it was one of the West but spread sang it was one of my friends said, why don't you just do that yourself and I thought I have to a call Because you'RE GONNA turn into conquest is a my dad, the rights in my mommy's in publishing like it was back. I didn't have a big triumph and cruel to the end of the story. I've always grown up with books in my hottest and what books. Is Second Nature to me. So I thought well, I'll give it a go but I made it more terrifying a away because I'd quite news because I want to know what publishing and is getting up in the morning at six o'clock at a very old laptop and I wrote for about six months not telling anyone Sarah may one morning I tend on the computer and all. My Gosh that. Is Still feel like you must have like a tombstone in your heart with it that book. Prettier. Yes I mean it was able. So when you are doing something for yourself, I, mean, you just need to sign on the new just massively get kicked back mud splashed in your face and you just think of course I'm worthless the cost. How could you be busier than you think? It was strangely the best thing that happened today because it made me much stronger a bad. I. Was well, obviously devastated I took into the it department and I told Polke and said it was another wolf this book they tried to get it back. They couldn't, and then I thought hang on duty winner Roy I come an escapee down he was really good Babacar. Sued enjoying it and I went and bought a computer on by now pay later. This is fifteen is good. That's a lot of money. Now, that was an love money than I was an editor at Penguin living in London, and I had a year to traumatic money of, and that's what gave me again, the exam like fair I just the right good again with. Rewritten it was miles better than the first job was because I cough out rubbish. So I'm really gum on I really am see as all chilled back cuffing outlets things because I know that from the way to get a clear stone rewrite something from the beginning you leave out leads of war phone that needed together place doesn't amazing story because that's I'm sure that's happened in some measure to lots of people. It makes me think of people like Austin I I just wonder how must have been Written down through the quilt you would have had this. I've never tried to write using a pen and paper and I know people at Joel. Mansell do Joe Russula books by hand on night paper and short. You're writing with dependence just a big a connection between the brain and the line that was go on. Harriet reflects further Austin situation. She's there in fact, Holland repack has in Jordan on the door two doors away creek identity known as the north, but it creates set crease fashion so that he had enough time between side of that door creaking and a visit announced into that back Paula to put books she was working on her way and it's very small desks she had on I'll she'd be rotting away in the door. She okay, and you often think the number of really boring conversations. The interrupted this woman writing Emma one of the best books in English language like some Boring Squire was annoying brothers as she did foldaway away put it in the thing may be sitting there. Politely. Visiting with no sign that she's joining this book another idea. I just say. She didn't have the luxury of telling your brothers to bugger off with all the. Little, right excuse me I'm writing one of the greatest novels ever can you? Can You? Can we talk about the ball another time? Yeah exactly and they were you know northline. Paid for her and her mother and her sister today, she had to be nice to be fast than they did seem to really left and they were really close family in nephews and Nieces Dole turns the say fondly of assurance no ritual.

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"primo" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

12:03 min | 1 year ago

"primo" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"Oh coupon code needed. Just tell them Nick Jackson you. There are three big numbers from the SBA document and which again is like the dating profile. You have to show it to all the investors before you go pop art here. The three big numbers Jack Units Two hundred and one hundred thirty six and and the number nine hundred and one is the number of times brand was mentioned in the s one. One hundred thirty six was the number of times. Kaffir mentioned mattress in the one. Nine was the number of times it mentioned profitability. Something it's not. You can see where we're going with this. The priorities were clear. Casper is obsessed with its brand and still working on profitability. But it does match this. In the meantime last year had three hundred fifty eight million dollars of revenues from selling these mattresses to people but it still suffered a ninety two million dollar loss because just like every kind China Company. IPO In these days they had to have loss now. Its biggest cost was marketing. We're talking about the subway ads in New York City. That are Casper. We're talking about the facebook and Instagram at doing counter. That one time you mentioned. I'm not sleeping well to your friend for some reason. It's not an instagram ad for cash. Everyone's been on the subway when boo boo. We've got like a cartoon of Casper. ADS SMACK mackin the face and a lovely look comfy. Yeah they're very nice. Looks like a children's Lullaby. It almost makes you want to just go to sleep on the subway so marketing we said was the biggest cost. One hundred hundred and twenty six million dollars were spent on ads last year. Compare that to three hundred fifty eight million of revenues. Do the math on that for this is a fun stat. For every dollar spent bent on an advertisement it generated about three dollars of revenues now another fund stat on this. They've lost eighty million dollars dealing with all those returns coupon codes and refunds from that mattress. Hack we kind of just mentioned. That's twenty three percent of revenue. So what are what is a pattern. We're hearing a lot of avenues. Three hundred fifty eight million but they have to spend a lot of on marketing and a lot on Promo code to get that APP. So Jack what's the takeaway for our buddies overcast. Gaspar wants to be the Nike of sleep. But it's really the Peleton of slum and one of the cofounders likes to say that they're trying to become the Nike of sleep. Thank you for not saying that Amazon of sleep. We will not do that cliche. But they're really when Jack and I look closer not quite quite yet. The global diversified industry leading brand that Nike is and they should be saying. And that's why we think it's more. The peleton of slumber Peleton and Casper depend on sales of one really big expensive product a mattress and a bike. Both are promising. New Things are coming like sleeping. Pills and rowing machines are not profitable and could never become profitable awesome and they've lost a lot more money this year than last year and finally both are relying on future technology to connect customers with their product APPs APPS APPS APPS APPs. This this is Jack. I own options of Peleton and Stock Amazon. Four Seconds Story Jack. Throw me Italian white me off. Prima water just got acquired for seven hundred and seventy five million dollars to take itself into big water. This is a story about two water companies becoming one bigger water. It's actually a beautiful story this poem together. Well everybody's resolution is to drink more. Jack Remember my twenty fifteen resolution. Drink more water. I was trying to clear for the whole year. It was more indirect. Now there there is a merger of water companies that was announced yesterday. One is caught which is based in Canada. Nothing to do with mattress now and it's not it's acquiring Primo water which is H. Q.. Down in Winston Salem North Carolina. Right now kat is so pumped about promote the smaller companies. Acquiring that it's ditching. Its name caught and it's going all in on Primo. It's like the asking someone on a date and then saying to them by the way I've taken your What time remaining for pizzas so kat is changing its name to prima water and it selling off? Its coffee ent businesses so it can focus just on H.. Two out now smackers. This is why Jack and I found this digestible story so fascinating. It's because it's the perfect example premium water the perfect example of the razor razor blade model except for water jugs and water dispense. Okay so let's look at the business model Prima which by the way sounds like the name of a fake could water company in a fake moving. It's very real real prima three business line. The first is the low margin business selling water dispensers. You've all seen these waiting rooms rooms at documents. And then against the Glue Tab and the red and you start filling up your local. Yeah now they look a little more modern than like those old school. We're we're a little sharper than not quite sharper image. That's the low margin one because for every dollar of sales only eight cents of that or eight percent is profit right so it means it's low low profit margin the high profit item they have. Is these exchanges when you're huge jug of water which is like ten gallon gets empty. Go to a store. They have a full one waiting for you and you can exchange for a small right. They have fourteen thousand locations that are whipping through those exchanges dollar sale for exchanges. That's thirty cents of profit correct. So it's a little bit more profit and then third. They have their highest margin. Most profitable recess line when the jug. It's empty filled up yourself. You have twenty three two thousand locations at grocery stores hardware stores and pharmacies. We can fill up. You're like ten Gallon Jug you're that guy walking and those kind of cool because you're care. And all these jugs of water and that business has a thirty thirty one percent profit margin every dollar thirty one cents of profit. This is the best visual of the Razor Razor Blade Business Model Jack and I had seen in a while and remember remember. Razor companies barely made money on that handle that you actually. They're sending you the handle and you're like oh this is cool now. I have the handle it then. A four pack of Razor Blade refills is like twenty nine dollars because remember member. You're gonNA actually need the razor blades later on to actually make that razor worthwhile. fremaux barely makes money on the dispensers but makes lots refills and exchange. So Jack. What's the takeaway for buddies over over at Primo water? Primo Pune Court or an opportunity for well. Technically Primo is not a company. It's not a private company. So it's not even a Unicorn but we tried to make up a new name for this. We actually just really like rhymes. It's on trend in a couple ways. One water water is a health trend in twenty seventeen. Bottled water surpassed asked Soda as the top beverage sold in the united and snacker get this this year in the Super Bowl Bud. Light is doing a strawberry flavored. Seltzer commercial can you imagine a strawberry robbery flavored. Bud Light Seltzer commercials. It's wild back in the day that never went out. Is it messing with our my second trend. That's online sustainability. Everybody knows that single use use water bottles are bad for the planet and Prima sells like ten gallon jug is definitely a snack right now. Drinking out of a single. He's plastic launching. It was above going extremely guilty because Jack and so here we go is Primo. A trend to corn corn fourth third and final story. Twenty three and me just just reached a new milestone it's curing diseases with your saliva. Never use twenty-three me but I have used ancestry DNA. Yeah we did. That was a good time. I took the DNA task. I figured Out The random parts of Europe where most of my blood is from can be freaky and it's actually a buy one get three free deal because I share it with my three brothers and oh total for them. It's gotTa they get one family member to do this and then play with the CO founder of twenty three May. It's highly ironic. Because she's also the most connected person in the world world. Apparently her ancestry is all over Silicon Valley. She used to be married to Sergei Brin who co-founded Google and she is the sister of Susan. WHOA chesty the CEO? Yeah of Youtube were talking about. and which which is owned by Google of course and is making all of those close members Prasad Nice because she's using the company's data to make money glasses. Google twenty three and me created a new antibody to treat inflammatory diseases like psoriasis. And then they sold the rights to that new antibody body to a Spanish drug company called Elnora and Al Morales GonNa take that little antibody and turn into a pill that we can take to treat. Psoriasis a disease circle of life Satay Shabina to ten million customers have spit into a tube mailed the Dan waited a month and then got their ancest- Jack. I'm going to have to correct you there. I think this is how it actually actually works. Ten million customers have spit into a tube told everyone around them. They sped into a tube mailed in that tube told everyone there waiting waiting a month then got their interest he results and then and told everyone about their ancestors didn't ask. This is a super bragging thing. People love posting it I'm a purebred so a key part of the transaction but twenty three and me is do you opt in to participate in the research eighty percent of customers say yes right. They may not have noticed that because they were really focused on making sure they did or did not have that. A little bit of Greek in eighty percent said yes ten million total customers that means twenty three and me has a data set with the DNA mapped out of eight million. In people that data set is being sifted through by scientists looking for Pat Announce Twenty three and me also makes money three ways. The first is had to sell you that. DNA Kit so so we can get your saliva for ninety nine to one hundred ninety nine bucks second. It sells access to its data. Set of eight million different DNA rights. There's one drug company that has an exclusive exclusive deal to use the third it develops its own drugs from its own scientists who are sifting through that DNA Danes. Your Saliva helped solve the disease. He's and you didn't get credit for you. Paid money for exactly all paid money part. It's messed up so jack what's the takeaway for our buddies over twenty three and me. This is a classic. You are the product economy. If you hear something's free you probably are the product common example facebook and instagram free to use but companies pay facebook to advertise to you on instagram. This case drug companies are paying twenty three and me for access to their data which is really your data. Because they're so innovative and impressive with this. They've marketed it in a wild way. This begs the question could twenty three and me make their core product the DNA test free our hands. So let's talk about this. Let's talk about. This lifts. Did it would lose revenue because it would stop selling those DNA for ninety nine to one hundred ninety nine dollars then think of the upside here because they could get way. More DNA data potentially cure more diseases and make more money for twenty three and me twenty three and may tell us what you think about our plan. We know some snacks are some twenty three and meet people out there. Jack in your whip up the takeaways force over the Casper wants to be the Nike of sleep. But it's not there yet. It's more like the Peleton of slumber. It's got potential but it's got basically one key product. It's still unprofitable second-story premium water is the.

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"primo" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"primo" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"Oh coupon code needed. Just tell them Nick Jackson you. There are three big numbers from the SBA document and which again is like the dating profile. You have to show it to all the investors before you go pop art here. The three big numbers Jack Units Two hundred and one hundred thirty six and and the number nine hundred and one is the number of times brand was mentioned in the s one. One hundred thirty six was the number of times. Kaffir mentioned mattress in the one. Nine was the number of times it mentioned profitability. Something it's not. You can see where we're going with this. The priorities were clear. Casper is obsessed with its brand and still working on profitability. But it does match this. In the meantime last year had three hundred fifty eight million dollars of revenues from selling these mattresses to people but it still suffered a ninety two million dollar loss because just like every kind China Company. IPO In these days they had to have loss now. Its biggest cost was marketing. We're talking about the subway ads in New York City. That are Casper. We're talking about the facebook and Instagram at doing counter. That one time you mentioned. I'm not sleeping well to your friend for some reason. It's not an instagram ad for cash. Everyone's been on the subway when boo boo. We've got like a cartoon of Casper. ADS SMACK mackin the face and a lovely look comfy. Yeah they're very nice. Looks like a children's Lullaby. It almost makes you want to just go to sleep on the subway so marketing we said was the biggest cost. One hundred hundred and twenty six million dollars were spent on ads last year. Compare that to three hundred fifty eight million of revenues. Do the math on that for this is a fun stat. For every dollar spent bent on an advertisement it generated about three dollars of revenues now another fund stat on this. They've lost eighty million dollars dealing with all those returns coupon codes and refunds from that mattress. Hack we kind of just mentioned. That's twenty three percent of revenue. So what are what is a pattern. We're hearing a lot of avenues. Three hundred fifty eight million but they have to spend a lot of on marketing and a lot on Promo code to get that APP. So Jack what's the takeaway for our buddies overcast. Gaspar wants to be the Nike of sleep. But it's really the Peleton of slum and one of the cofounders likes to say that they're trying to become the Nike of sleep. Thank you for not saying that Amazon of sleep. We will not do that cliche. But they're really when Jack and I look closer not quite quite yet. The global diversified industry leading brand that Nike is and they should be saying. And that's why we think it's more. The peleton of slumber Peleton and Casper depend on sales of one really big expensive product a mattress and a bike. Both are promising. New Things are coming like sleeping. Pills and rowing machines are not profitable and could never become profitable awesome and they've lost a lot more money this year than last year and finally both are relying on future technology to connect customers with their product APPs APPS APPS APPS APPs. This this is Jack. I own options of Peleton and Stock Amazon. Four Seconds Story Jack. Throw me Italian white me off. Prima water just got acquired for seven hundred and seventy five million dollars to take itself into big water. This is a story about two water companies becoming one bigger water. It's actually a beautiful story this poem together. Well everybody's resolution is to drink more. Jack Remember my twenty fifteen resolution. Drink more water. I was trying to clear for the whole year. It was more indirect. Now there there is a merger of water companies that was announced yesterday. One is caught which is based in Canada. Nothing to do with mattress now and it's not it's acquiring Primo water which is H. Q.. Down in Winston Salem North Carolina. Right now kat is so pumped about promote the smaller companies. Acquiring that it's ditching. Its name caught and it's going all in on Primo. It's like the asking someone on a date and then saying to them by the way I've taken your What time remaining for pizzas so kat is changing its name to prima water and it selling off? Its coffee ent businesses so it can focus just on H.. Two out now smackers. This is why Jack and I found this digestible story so fascinating. It's because it's the perfect example premium water the perfect example of the razor razor blade model except for water jugs and water dispense. Okay so let's look at the business model Prima which by the way sounds like the name of a fake could water company in a fake moving. It's very real real prima three business line. The first is the low margin business selling water dispensers. You've all seen these waiting rooms rooms at documents. And then against the Glue Tab and the red and you start filling up your local. Yeah now they look a little more modern than like those old school. We're we're a little sharper than not quite sharper image. That's the low margin one because for every dollar of sales only eight cents of that or eight percent is profit right so it means it's low low profit margin the high profit item they have. Is these exchanges when you're huge jug of water which is like ten gallon gets empty. Go to a store. They have a full one waiting for you and you can exchange for a small right. They have fourteen thousand locations that are whipping through those exchanges dollar sale for exchanges. That's thirty cents of profit correct. So it's a little bit more profit and then third. They have their highest margin. Most profitable recess line when the jug. It's empty filled up yourself. You have twenty three two thousand locations at grocery stores hardware stores and pharmacies. We can fill up. You're like ten Gallon Jug you're that guy walking and those kind of cool because you're care. And all these jugs of water and that business has a thirty thirty one percent profit margin every dollar thirty one cents of profit. This is the best visual of the Razor Razor Blade Business Model Jack and I had seen in a while and remember remember. Razor companies barely made money on that handle that you actually. They're sending you the handle and you're like oh this is cool now. I have the handle it then. A four pack of Razor Blade refills is like twenty nine dollars because remember member. You're gonNA actually need the razor blades later on to actually make that razor worthwhile. fremaux barely makes money on the dispensers but makes lots refills and exchange. So Jack. What's the takeaway for buddies over over at Primo water? Primo Pune Court or an opportunity for well. Technically Primo is not a company. It's not a private company. So it's not even a Unicorn but we tried to make up a new name for this. We actually just really like rhymes. It's on trend in a couple ways. One water water is a health trend in twenty seventeen. Bottled water surpassed asked Soda as the top beverage sold in the united and snacker get this this year in the Super Bowl Bud. Light is doing a strawberry flavored. Seltzer commercial can you imagine a strawberry robbery flavored. Bud Light Seltzer commercials. It's wild back in the day that never went out. Is it messing with our my second trend. That's online sustainability. Everybody knows that single use use water bottles are bad for the planet and Prima sells like ten gallon jug is definitely a snack right now. Drinking out of a single. He's plastic launching. It was above going extremely guilty because Jack and so here we go is Primo. A trend to corn corn fourth third and final story. Twenty three and me just just reached a new milestone it's curing diseases with your saliva. Never use twenty-three me but I have used ancestry DNA. Yeah we did. That was a good time. I took the DNA task. I figured Out The random parts of Europe where most of my blood is from can be freaky and it's actually a buy one get three free deal because I share it with my three brothers and oh total for them. It's gotTa they get one family member to do this and then play with the CO founder of twenty three May. It's highly ironic. Because she's also the most connected person in the world world. Apparently her ancestry is all over Silicon Valley. She used to be married to Sergei Brin who co-founded Google and she is the sister of Susan. WHOA chesty the CEO? Yeah of Youtube were talking about. and which which is owned by Google of course and is making all of those close members Prasad Nice because she's using the company's data to make money glasses. Google twenty three and me created a new antibody to treat inflammatory diseases like psoriasis. And then they sold the rights to that new antibody body to a Spanish drug company called Elnora and Al Morales GonNa take that little antibody and turn into a pill that we can take to treat. Psoriasis a disease circle of life Satay Shabina to ten million customers have spit into a tube mailed the Dan waited a month and then got their ancest- Jack. I'm going to have to correct you there. I think this is how it actually actually works. Ten million customers have spit into a tube told everyone around them. They sped into a tube mailed in that tube told everyone there waiting waiting a month then got their interest he results and then and told everyone about their ancestors didn't ask. This is a super bragging thing. People love posting it I'm a purebred so a key part of the transaction but twenty three and me is do you opt in to participate in the research eighty percent of customers say yes right. 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"primo" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker: Fiction

15:06 min | 1 year ago

"primo" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

"Quite your Dick and Taurus which in Latin means the question of centers or the investigation Senate dissenters. It's almost like a children's story the case of the centers or the missing centers you now. We talked about this a little bit earlier but do you think that Primo Levy intended for this to be read as a kind of light fantastical story or as something darker my guess is both my guess is that he believed in the in the in the double nature of all things and wanted to celebrate the double nature of all things of life of literature of of of the Seoul of of of of everything and that is central to two levees vision and central to how levee constructed his own identity and the identities that were imposed on him in terms of his origins has background and and we know that Levy loved adventure stories he loved Melville L. He read swift he was influenced by all of these authors. My guess is that he very carefully layered both the light and the dark mark in the into this story and and and that's is one of the things in my opinion that makes it so so rich resonant you mentioned earlier the the texts that he wrote to accompany Natural History's where he referred to there being a continuity or bridge between his experience of the camps and the fantastical stories. How literal is that bridge in this story. I think quite clear in terms of its discussion of purity it's discussion of race vis-a-vis origins and reproduction and sort of genetic material. I think he spends half the story the first half of the story writing in in this sort of mixture of scientific language but with the narrative voice behind it he goes to great lengths to write his own version of this type of very disturbing literature that was circulating at the time right literature of Eugenics of eugenics and so on I can't can't help but think that that is intentional so this is a line from from the truce. which is the second book Levy publishes after this is a man in it's sort of a continuation of his story so so the return on the return from the camps as liberation and the voyage back home and there's a line in it that it really struck me because I was recently looking at it again and it says this is the most immediate fruit of exile of being uprooted did the dominion of the unreal over the real this made me stop and think because if we are to think of levies levees time in the camps as the most brutal form of exile right and and the truce so movingly recounts that journey home to Torino Turin where he was from that that was a light bulb for me in terms of understanding the natural history's understanding what stimulated related these stories and him not only his previous reading and formation? I mean Prima Levy was I think one of the most well L. Bread of authors was nourished on an incredibly rich diet of literature including you know I mean he knew his mythology. He knew his Latin he knew his Greek. He knew that whole world intimately he knew about centaurs and and all sorts of creatures that are the fruit of all sorts of unions right in in the sort of Brecca Roman tradition so he already has that he already has said in his blood you know in his in his his his formation as an author as a person before he goes to the camps and then this this line from the truce really made me think suddenly reality and the real and the unreal start to communicate in a different way to one another and I and I wonder I wonder if that's was an additional force behind all of these stories that he writes after the truce and I and I wonder if he's also because he refused to a man who refused to stay put in any one category you know he famously hated labels hated hated to be labeled resisted labels and this whole question of identity which is so intimately linked up to the idea of origins genetics DNA and so forth he was someone who was always resisting and pushing against this and so in in that sense the natural actual histories is an exciting such an exciting work for any writer who is also seeking to shift into change and to complicate one's identity eh because literary identity also becomes an identity that can become too much to bear or just simply too limiting so he has a steep base his foundation in classical mythology. He takes a figure like the center about whom a lot has already been written and he invents a completely new history history for centers and a new sort of origin creation math. Why do you think he does that. I mean base it on the story of Noah and the Ark but changes just the names to cut no fence at you know something that sounds maybe more Egyptian changes pam to cam and creates this this strange earth sort of not seven days but a pond of mud from which all life emerges in in this multitude of forms arms this Panspermia. He calls it. Why why do you think he went in that direction rather than just using the classical history of the center because I think he's he's insisting on another reality a new reality. This is going back the you know the bridge that connects to the previous works irks his experiences in the camps forces him into a new reality for better for worse and he lives that reality and he survives it but it becomes a part of him and we see how he's struggling you know even at the very end of the truce in that incredibly moving ending of the truce truce where he he's he's free but he's not right he's he's he's in and out of both realities and that is going to be his condition for the rest of his life so so. I think that this this way of rewriting re conceiving in his own words I mean because there's so much about language in the story as well well. He's literally rewriting history and the idea of authority who is telling the story is key in this story and even in the very beginning in the opening paragraph you know the sea captain says he's from here you know He. The captain says he had bought him in Salonika however where I learned from him directly that he was born in call Afonso. There's this whole sort of tension between what is the truth and where do we get the truth from what the source of the truth and how do we as human beings absorbed the truth and what truth do we trust and this whole idea of secondhand knowledge so in rewriting rewriting this sort of creation myth which also there's a lot of sort of audit in there right and and all these you know the works and the days and all of these classical tax swear. You know it's really sort of okay. This is how we began. I think he's playing with all of that. Yeah I was going to bring up the fact of the voices telling the story mm-hmm which we have all of this background that tells us that Levy thought of himself as a center that that is the character here he would be most identified with and yet he tells the story in first person voice from the point of view of a different character. Why do you think we're not hearing directly from the Center Kantor. I think it makes it makes it a more interesting story to see the center narrated from the outside. It's it's very much a story about friendship and I think levy was someone who wrote so beautifully about human bonds about people he met friendships. He formed throughout his life. in the camps out of the camps before the camps. When he was a child throughout his schooling he writes beautiful portraits of of friendships with people. I find this one of the most incredible things about reading Prima Levy as Zay just enter into those friendships that he describes each specific each vivid each memorable and so it strikes me that this is a story about a friendship about a bond about an unusual bond between a character and a half animal again it makes me think it makes me think think of Gulliver's travels the Gulliver's travels where he's up in the island of talking horses and that's what he relates to most deeply is is is this idea the world of talking animals which in itself and in my anthology I noted this the more broadly running across many of the stories that are included in book but certainly this story by Levy to go back to your very first question why this story this is sort of the the centerpiece of that whole conversation conversation of what it means to be human being and how do we define ourselves from what is the dividing line between men and beast he sent his there even one so much of classical mythology of course calls this into question because there are all of these hybrid creatures that come about you know women women with wings and Seder's and so forth so there. There's this whole population of creatures that are that are across Ross between man and beast but I think I imagined he's he's underscoring this idea that that man himself is of a dual nature and that he is both rational and and and and bestial creature so I think that the narrator device allows him to have more objectively eh perhaps on this creature and it also allows him to do what the story really does. I mean I think what what is most unique about the story which is the the fragmented way in which we learn about the Centaur about rocky and we learn about him secondhand from the sea captain. Now we learn about him from the narrators point of view then we learn about him from you know the the blacksmith and the blacksmith assistant and so and so and someone said this and as the story Komo proceeds goes toward at the very end of the story we have yet another set of voices and perspectives and and these sailors who have this last fleeting glimpse of him and I think that's what's most interesting about the story in some sense is the way that he layers the narrative point of view you end. This narrator is in some sense. the collector of of all of these different strands in with thanks to which we're getting glimpses. This is of of the Centaur but each is different and again. I think this is Levy at his most incredible sort of insisting on the multiple nature of things and the and the and the refusal to even allow a story to have a single interpretation or character of a singular interpretation yeah and the narrator doesn't have if much of a character himself. We don't know that much about him. His one moment of defiance is and getting to know track after he's been told not to go near him but everything else. It seems you know he's subsidiary. He's submissive. Even the moment with Theresa is prompted by her. She's she leans up against him. She takes him down this path. He doesn't seem to have anything in his life. You know she goes away to study and then comes back he seems to. I've been living in his parents house all along. I wonder if perhaps that was divisive. Keeping our focus on the tour because this character is not so interesting in himself L. for in his voice or if there's another reason for that I don't know I mean I think you know Levy was a chemist. I don't know very much about chemistry. What I what I I know and what I've retained is is basically thanks to reading but I know that there's in terms of creating reactions I think sometimes you need a neutral ingredient or is that right. He my sense is is that in that that sort of the all chemical makeup of the story in order to have to arrive at that reaction he serves as kind of neutral agent than things are happening around him or perhaps he's just the scientists who needs to record. Maybe maybe I mean he seems like the scientist in the opening pages but he's is also citing things so he seems like a researcher. He seems to be seeking information. He doesn't seem to have all the answers but he seems to be sort of like a research mode dude trying to gather information on first of all on the on the sentors and their their origins and so forth and citing you. You know we have citations. We have real citations fake citations. We have aristotle. Maybe it's that that positioning as well as a kind of student trying to understand because he's not an authoritative voice no no he's not in that sense is he's a scientist but he's a scientist without authoritative information to convey no. Jenny mcphee who translated this story wrote that it has at its heart deep drill questioning of authority be it political cultural academic or mythological. Do you agree with that very much so yeah I mean I think he's questioning again and that very first paragraph. Is You know plans to see of what is what is real and who what we believe whom do we believe and and there's so many indications of an authoritative text can be contradicted if we think truckee as a kind of standing for for Levy in the situation he's he's an outsider because he's half man half beast or he's not considered. He's considered human. He's not considered pure sure which obviously has parallels and he's also an outsider because he's been brought from another country not seemingly the by his own well..

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"primo" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker: Fiction

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"primo" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

"It wasn't difficult unfortunately to follow track furious flight even if no one had seen him there were conspicuous traces of the blood he had lost of the scrapes the chains had inflicted on tree trunks and rocks by the side of the road. He hadn't headed toward home or toward the DC monus he had cleared the two meter wooden fence that surrounded the Chiapas so property and cross-strait through the vineyards in a blind fury knocking down steaks and vines breaking the thick iron wires wires that supported the vine shoots he reached the Barnyard and found the barn door bolted shut from the outside he could have opened it uneasily with his hands instead he picked up an old thresher weighing well over fifty kilos and hurled it at the door reducing it to splinters. Only six cows a calf. Some chickens and rabbits were in the barn. Th Rocky left immediately and still at a mad gallop headed toward Barron Aglietti's estate it was at least six and a half kilometers away on the other side of the valley but th- Rocky got there in a matter of minutes he he looked for the stable he found it not with his first blow but only after he had used his hopes and shoulders to knock down several doors what he did in the stable well we know from an eyewitness a stable boy who at the sound of the door shattering had had the good sense to hide in the hey and from there had seen everything rocky hesitated for a moment on the threshold panting and bloody the horses unsettled tossed their heads tugging on on their holders the rocky pounced on a three year old white mare in one stroke he suffered the chain that bound her to the trough and dragging her by hi. That chain lead her outside. The mayor didn't put up any resistance which was strange. The stable boy told me since she had rather skittish and reluctant character actor and was not in heat they galloped together as far as the river here th- rocky was seen to stop coup- his hands dip them into the water and drink repeatedly then they proceeded side by side into the woods. Yes I followed their tracks into those same woods along the same path to the same place where today's had asked me to take her and it was right there for the entire night that th- rocky he must have celebrated his monstrous nuptials. I found the ground dug up broken branches Brown and white horse hair human hair and more blood not far away drawn by the sound of her troubled breathing. I found the mayor she lay on her side on the ground gasping thing her noble coat covered with dirt and grass hearing my footsteps she lifted her head a little and followed me with the terrible stare of a spooked horse worse she was not wounded but worn out she gave birth eight months later to a full in every way normal. I was told here threes direct traces vanish but as some may perhaps remember over the following days newspapers reported accorded a strange series of horse wrestling's all perpetrated with the same technique a door knocked down the halter undone or ripped off the animal title always a mare and always alone lead into a nearby would to be discovered. They're exhausted only once did the abductors seemed to meet any resistance. His chance companion of the night was found dying her neck broken there were six of these episodes and and they were reported in various places on the peninsula occurring one after the other from north to south in vogue era in Luca near Lake Bracciano aw in Selena in charing Yala the last happened near Lecce then nothing else but perhaps this story is linked to to a strange report made to the press by fishing crew from Julia just off Corfu. They had come upon a man riding a dolphin. This odd apparition swam vigorously toward the East. The sailors shouted at it at which point the man and the grey rump sank under the water disappearing from view that was jumper Lahiri reading Jodi Kantor is- by Primo Levy translated from the the Italian by Jenny mcphee. The story was published in The New Yorker in June of two thousand fifteen and was included in the complete works. Prima Levy edited by Anne Goldstein published by I live right in September of Twenty fifteen and in the penguin book of Italian short stories edited by jumping luxury published by penguin classics in September Twenty Nineteen..

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"primo" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker: Fiction

15:09 min | 1 year ago

"primo" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

"We're going to hear Quest Yo Dick Can Torres Prima Levy translated from the Italian by Jenny mcphee which was published in The New Yorker June of Twenty fifteen. The Center's origins are legendary but legends that they passed down among themselves are very different went from the classical tales we know the story was chosen by Jumper Lahiri who won the Pulitzer Prize for her debut story collection interpreter of maladies in two thousand and recently edited the Penguin Book Italian Short Stories High Jumper Hi Deborah as I just mentioned you recently edited and published the Penguin Penguin Book of Italian short stories which includes forty Italian stories that were in over the course of the twentieth century and you included the story by Primo Levy. What was is it about this story that made you want to have it in there well as with many of my selections they come. They grew out of conversations. I've had with people I've met over the past seven years as I've been living in Italy so when I was considering story by Levy I immediately turned and to my friend amend named Marco Belletti who has written a lot about Duma Levy and his edited did his completed works in Italian for now the and is really I would say Italy's leading critical authority voice voice on Levy and I you know I mentioned the project to him. I said what do you think about Levy and I already wanted to to choose a story three from the natural history's because it's a collection that Levy writes after establishing himself as a writer who talks about his experiences in surviving the Holocaust surviving a year in a concentration camp and and the collection that publishes after that represents another side of Levy and it was marco that you know suggested the story because it is possibly the most representative and I agree of levies identity I mean Levy himself saw himself as a senator and he I think regarded the Centaurus as a creature on so many levels that reflected his hybrid essence right as both in Italian and a Jew both as a writer and a chemist and in this case if we just take the writer you're pretty more Levy you know lead studying aside the chemist Primo Levy. If we just look at the Ryder Prima Levy we see how he's a hybrid rid in terms of his sensibility as well so on the one hand. He's the author of if this is a man and the truce and then he can write in this completely completely different vein. He can ride about mythological characters. You can write splicing in all of this fascinating scientific language and taxed. I I mean I this story. itself is such an amazing hybrid hybrid narrative just literally hybrid narrative and the way it's constructed so it it just felt that in some sense it was a self portrait of Prima Levy. I think he actually called autobiographical and to his biographer. The story has an interesting history in that it was it was first published in Italian in nineteen sixty one in a magazine and then it was included as you said in this collection natural real histories which was published under a pseudonym bas his editor Italo. Calvino didn't think it was quite appropriate for the serious author of Holocaust memoirs to write fantastical Sifi biological fictions he called it and then mysteriously precisely when the collection was translated into English for the first time the story quite Jodi Kantor's was dropped or wasn't translated so it seems that it's sort of been disowned own several times along the way which is but I can't find a reason for that's interesting but I didn't know about the original English I know I know that Galvano Zeno was was reading these stories and and was advising Levy in terms of you know what to put in and what to keep out and to keep working on certain certain stories and and so far I'm not sure if actually we can give Galvano the the responsibility of actually advising Levy to publish the book under a pseudonym in an believe that was another person in an Audi. I think it was the publicity director that kind of you know that was the drive just to not startled his readers literally right of course levees very transparent in the text he writes that accompanies spoke spoke so that one clearly you know he's he comes right out and and says you know he doesn't say. I'm pretty Molavi but he he basically does. He says that these stories are fundamentally links to his experience in the caps and and we see that in all of the stories in this story in particular with in terms of what it talks about route and how it talks about it. There's so many echoes unsettling echoes to all of those themes. I think we should talk about those. After we hear the story sorry so now here's Chimp Lahiri Reading Dod Can Taurus by Primo Levi quite still dick endowed dowries. My father kept him in a stall because he didn't know where else to keep him he had been given to my father by a friend a sea captain who said that he had bought him in Salonika however I learned from him directly that he was born in Calif- I had been strictly forbidden to go anywhere near him because I was told he was easily angered and would kick but from my personal experience reince I could confirm that this was an old superstition and from the time I was an adolescent I never paid much attention to the prohibition and in fact spent many memorable hours with him especially in winter and wonderful times in summer two when that was his name with his own hands put me on his back and took off at a mad gallop toward the woods on the hills he had learned our language fairly easily but retained a slight levintv accent despite his two hundred sixty years his appearance was youthful in both human and equine aspects what I will relate. Here is the fruit of our long conversations. The Center's origins are legendary but legends that they passed down among themselves solves are very different from the classical tales. We know remarkably their traditions also refer to a no alike inventor and savior a highly intelligent man they call could no fence it but there were no centers on couldn't offense it's Ark nor by the way were they're seven pairs of every species of clean beasts and a pair of every species of the beasts that are not clean the centurion tradition is more rational channel than biblical holding that only the Ark typical animals the key species were saved men but not the monkey the horse but not the donkey or the wild ass the rooster and the crow but not the vulture or the hoopoe or the Falcon. How then did these species come about immediately afterward. The Legend says when the water retreated a deep layer of warm mud covered the earth now this mud God which harbored in its decay all the enzymes from what had perished in the flood was extraordinarily fertile as soon as it was touched by the sun it was covered with shoots from which grasses and plants every type sprang forth and further it soft moist bosom was host to the marriages of all the species is saved in the Ark.. It was time never to be repeated of wild ecstatic fecundity in which the entire universe felt love so intensely intensely that it nearly returned to chaos those were the days when the earth itself fornicated with the sky when everything germinated and everything was fruitful not only every marriage but every union every contact every encounter even fleeting even between different species the even between beasts and stones even between plants and stones was fertile and produced offspring not in a few months but in a few days the sea of warm mud which concealed the earth's cold prudish face was one boundless nuptial bed all its recesses boiling over with desire desire and teaming with jubilant germs. This second creation was the true creation because according to what is passed down among the centers there is no other way to explain certain similarities certain convergences observed by all why is the dolphins similar to the fish and yet gives birth and nurses its offspring because it's the child of a tuna and a cow where to butterflies get their delicate colors and their ability to fly they are the children of flour and a fly tortoises are the children of Frog and Iraq bats of an owl and a mouse conches of of a snail and a polished pebble Hippopotami of a horse and a river vultures of a worm and an owl and the big whales the Leviathans how to explain their immense mass there wouldn't bones they're black and oily skin and they're fiery breath are living testimony. Moni to a venerable union in which even when the end of all flesh has been decreed that same primordial mud got greedy hold of the ARCS experiment Keel made of gopher wood and covered inside and out with shiny pitch such was the origin of every form whether living today or extinct dragons and chameleons cameras and harpies crocodiles and minicars elephants and giants whose petrified trrt bones are still found today to our amazement in the heart of the mountains and so it was the centaurus themselves since in this festival origins in this pulse Bermuda the few survivors of the human family also participated notably Cam the profligate Son participated the first generation of Centaurs originated in his wild passion for Thessalonian horse from the beginning these progeny Janie were noble and strong preserving the best of both equine and human nature. They were at once wise and courageous generous and shrewd good at hunting and singing at waging war and observing the heavens. It seemed in fact as happens with the most felicitous unions that the virtues of the parents were magnified in their offspring since at least in the beginning they were more powerful and faster racers than their Solu- mothers and a good deal wiser and more cunning than Black Cam and there are other human fathers this would also explain according to some their longevity on jeopardy though others have attributed it to their eating habits which I will come to in a moment or their longevity could simply be a projection across time some of their great vitality and this I too believe resolutely and the story. I'm about to tell attest to it that in hereditary terms arms the herbivores power of the horse counts less than the red blindness of the bloody and forbidden spasm the moment of human feral fullness in which the centers were conceived. Whatever we may think of this anyone who has carefully considered the centaurs classical traditions uh-huh cannot help noticing that senses are never mentioned as I learned from truckee they do not in fact exist the the man Mayor Union very seldom fertile today produces and has produced only mail centers for which there must be a fundamental reason though at present it eludes us as for the inverse the union between stallions and women. This has scarcely ever occurred and comes comes about through the solicitation of dissolute women who by nature are not particularly inclined to procreate in the exceptional cases in which fertilization is successful in these rare unions. A dualistic female offspring is produced her two natures however inversely assembled the the creatures have the head neck and front feet of a horse but they're back and belly are those of a human female and the hind legs are human during his long life three had encountered very few of them and he assured me that he felt no attraction to these squalid monsters they were not proud out and nimble but insufficiently vital. They were infertile idle and transient. They did not become familiar with man or learn to obey his commands soot lived miserably in the densest forests not in hurts but in rural solitude they fed on grass and berries and when they were surprised by by a man they had the curious habit of always presenting themselves to him headfirst as if embarrassed by their human half rocky was born in call Ifan in a secret union between a man and one of the numerous the Salyan horses that are still wild on the island. I am MM afraid that among the readers of these notes are some who may refuse to believe these assertions since officials science permeated as it still is today with Aristoteles Alien Nissim denies the possibility of fertile union between different species but officials science often lack humility such unions are indeed generally generally infertile but how often has evidence been sought no more than a few dozen times and has it been sought among all the innumerable possible couplings. It's certainly not since I have no reason to doubt what th- Rocky has told me about himself I must therefore encourage the incredulous to consider that that there are more things in heaven and on Earth than are dreamed of in our philosophy he lived mostly in solitude left to himself ALF which was the common destiny of those like him..

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New flaw discovered on Boeing 737 Max, sources say

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:32 min | 2 years ago

New flaw discovered on Boeing 737 Max, sources say

"The best known airplane in the United States, right now, probably the world to really is arguably the Boeing, seven thirty-seven, max known. However as we all know for the wrong reasons and you cannot another reason today, the FAA says it found another different problem with the plane, that will delay its return to the air until the fall, at least airlines that fly, the 737 max will fill this news, the most schedule wise, but Boeing's issues with this plane spread through the whole economy from the companies that make up Boeing's massive supply chain to economic indicators like durable goods orders that we talk about from time to time all the way down to your 4._0._1._K savings. Marketplace's Jack Stewart gets his going Boeing's some thirty-seven max planes have been grounded globally after two fatal crashes in. Okay. Toba and March. It was looking like Boeing was getting close to a fix then. We're getting late word tonight on the Boeing seven thirty seven. Max Aviation Administration has identified a new potential risk Boeing shares dropping sharply this morning that is having a big impact on, on the Dow futures overall right now, Boeing is still building forty two seven thirty-seven max is a month, but nobody's taking delivery and few allies of placing new orders that's being linked to a drop in durable goods orders a key economic indicator. And in a very real way, every plane that's punked is one that's not contributing to US exports says Donna roads at Embry, riddle, 'aeronautics university union. Imagine how many cars for example, that a GM would have export just to equal one large commercial aircraft around one hundred million dollars with the headlines. Also, call out another economic indicator. The Dow index Boeing stock has an outsized impact because of the unique way, the index is structured says analyst, Michelle mode. Due at insight research, in Seattle, Washington Boeing stock has been one of the highest rated stocks and the one most significant Dow Jones stock over the past two years, and therefore it carries about a weight on that trading. If you'll 4._0._1._K has been betting on Boeing, you'll be feeling that drop personally. David Primo at the university of Rochester says the FAA knows it's under scrutiny and will on the side of caution. When it comes to declaring the jet safe to fly that sounds like good news for passengers, but it's bad news. If it means that they're so cautious that we have planes that, that aren't able to be in service, people are, are losing income on. They're actually real cost to this. In a statement, Boeing says it's working on the problem and won't ask for certification until it. Sure, it's safe to fly.

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Trump, San Antonio Military Medical Center and The Irish Times discussed on The Great Outdoors

The Great Outdoors

01:18 min | 3 years ago

Trump, San Antonio Military Medical Center and The Irish Times discussed on The Great Outdoors

"Are some of the stories we're following at newsradio twelve hundred w why irish voters today expected to put an end to the country's abortion ban exit polls showing irish voters wanted to overturn the measure by a large margin one exit poll finds sixty nine percent of irish voters oppose a ban on abortion earlier surveys by the irish times newspaper and the obsessed polling group also show abortion bans being defeated three new executive orders from president trump will make it easier to crack down on federal unions the new orders rollback civil service protections federal workers have enjoyed for decades and change roles to make it easier and quicker for employees to be fired they also require agencies to negotiate union contracts and less than a year and cap the amount of time federal employees can spend on union related business and san antonio police are looking into why a woman crawl under a greyhound bus overnight at the downtown station moments before the vehicle rolled over her leaving her with life threatening in series surveillance video shows the victim positioning herself under that vehicle mechanic who drove the bus over her told investigators he never saw her she's at san antonio military medical center in what authorities last described as very critical condition breaking news on the hour at the half end anytime at w dot com brought to you by primo plumbing time now.

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