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Coast Guard rescues trio stuck on deserted island for 33 days
"I didn't hear you talk about that rescue in the Bahamas. You guys read about this thing? Coast Guard rescue Three people who spent the last 33 days stranded on a desert island. Yeah. An aircraft just have to make making routine flight serving the area spotted the trio was a woman and two men waving makeshift flags from an uninhabited island in the Bahamas. They told officials they were traveling from Cuba when their boat capsized near the coast of the island. They survive for more than a month. Eating coconuts. That's the headline that these guys you know for more than a month, they survived on coconuts and rum. Yeah. Yeah, And But But here's more when they really when they got back to the mainland. They told you the rest of the story was coconuts. And rats. Oh, I had a yard. Um, That's protein, though. You need protein. Yeah. You know what I mean? Could you bring yourself to eat a rat? Hey, that's all. There is a wedding markets around that That's a delicacy. See, that's a That's a far cry from
The Power of the Praline
"Let's get to question let us for all liens are pralines or pauline's or lines. This is the first question what are they. Oh heck well a as it turns out the word of prowling can refer to a number of types of candies. What the word means in the american south is a soft fudgy type of carmel. Lumped with pieces of pecan and like a melt in your mouth super sweet rich buttery creamy confection with the contrasting crunch and complementary sweet buttery flavor cons so good. Oh my heck it's typically made by cooking a sugar with butter milk or cream or condensed milk. Maybe a little bit of annella and then at chapter have cons. An easter this constantly until it is a thick syrup softball stage for y'all candy makers and then you pour the the mass out onto a tray or a slab cool either in a single sheet to be broken into pieces later or in individual mounds sort of the the size and shape of a cookies when they're done they're dry the touch not sticky until they start to melt which they can like skin temperature You can get variations in there that include like rum for flavoring chocolate pralines peanut butter pralines chewier caramel praline. Pralines encased in hard chocolate sometimes called turtles cetera You can make them with other nuts too. I guess that is something. I've never seen but researching this episode. I have learned. That is definitely a thing. Yeah yeah okay. So in europe we run into some kind of serious linguistic confusion. Because in france from what i understand the word Prowling means whole almonds or other nuts that are cooked in boiling sugar then cooled so that it creates like granulated coding that keeps the almond inside fresh and i think it can also mean That confection crushed into a powder for use in like other candy making or baking. Or what have you here in the states we do call nuts that have been encased in a crunchy dairy sugar coating praline nuts and praline. Pecans are a holiday delicacy in the south. Yes meanwhile back in france. There's a related term of a means groundnuts or possibly praline knots cooked into a soft paste with sugar and chocolate and then coated in a hard chocolate. Shell like a like a bon. Bon yelm right. Meanwhile in belgium the word probably means any confection consisting of a hard chocolate shell encasing a softer filling one of the traditional fillings or perhaps traditional filling being prawning. Y'all it takes me like a really silly amount of time to suss all of this out i. It was like cross-referencing i. There was a lot of translating pages from french with google translate blake. I got very confused for a very hot minutes. Yeah that's one of the funny things about when you do grow up in an area and you don't realize something as regional venture outside of it and you're like wait you call leads. What and way for us. 'cause you just kind of assume the word means this turn out not necessarily yeah Yes so so. That's fun when you're googling it is it is it adds an extra layer of challenge of fun difficulty. A wrinkle an air history perhaps mystery what brolly are really great. Are we talking about well lauren. What about the nutrition. Well there. they're treat. It's you know it's sugar in nuts and fat it treats are nice. Tweets are great Not circling tristesse would imagine. I did find I guess this is a good transition into numbers portion. Because there aren't any numbers on pralines. But i did find one. That really cracked me up. And it was hyper specific to how many germans or eating pralines and how many were having more than one a day. And i just loved that this exists and is obviously not a well. Maybe not obviously but not the feeling we're talking about so i didn't include it but it was very funny to me that like only twenty percent of germans have proud leans more than once a day like a lot to me still. I'm just paraphrasing. Don't don't quote me on that but it was okay. Gave me a chuckle. that study did. Yeah yeah i Right right sussing out the numbers for for what. We are focusing on in this episode. Which is the american. South's version of that. Melty kind of fudge. Like pecan praline situation. Sussing that out from everything else was was was tough numbers size but i will say that at shops in new orleans that still make pralines by hand. I'm just i'm not gonna say consistently. I'm so sorry for anyone who is already being driven completely up the wall by this yeah shops new orleans. Still make them by hand out like for example Lays pralines a batch of two hundred takes about forty minutes to make start to finish and dedicated. Three person team can turn out a thousand a day. Whoa right hoof at the new orleans school of cooking. which does cooking demos and classes. They make thousands a day in overlapping batches and one cook who who mostly does candy making for them By the name of our ruffin told the la times. If i had to keep account on how many i make. I think i'd probably quit
Tampa Bay QB Tom Brady tosses the Lombardi Trophy from one boat to another
"Man. There is a new character in town camp. But Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has added another silly episode to his Florida resume. Since moving to the state, Not even a year ago, during a flotilla parade Wednesday to celebrate the team Super Bowl victory. Brady was caught on video walking, wobbly once leaving his vessel maybe was seasick with a friend holding him up as he made his way through the crowd. It was it looked kind of like high school. I've I've got to say That was after he was caught on video tossing the Lombardi Trophy from one boat to another. Across the waters of the Hillsborough River in Tampa. The boat parade was the city's way to celebrate. Last Sunday's 31 9 victory over Kansas City All while maintaining some kind of social distancing. Yeah, well, kinda and kind of not The trophy toss. Got the eye of Twitter. The post flotilla stagger Biltmore admiration for Brady, even those fans who despise him for winning so many Super Bowl titles in his career. Fans that despise him. Kind of a strange turn of phrase there. Um, Now it was fun. You've certainly seen the video there about. I think I've seen four different camera angles on the tossing of the Lombardi Trophy from one boat to another. Now there is a football on top of the trophy. If you don't want Tom Brady to throw it, you shouldn't hand him a thing shaped like a football. It's kind of what he does. It does have a stand on it, and it was a perfect throw and a perfect catch kind of, say, and maybe a little bit dinged up. If it it splashed into the water. You know they're surrounded by world class athletes. Someone would dive in and grab the trophy in no time at all. And it was. It was kind of a fun. It was sort of a fun moment. Was more than kind. It was great. It was great. It was a great moment. They're having fun. And, you know, having a few beers having a few beverages, whatever they're having. And look, it really didn't look like a beer drunk. Look, honestly, I'm Irish, you know, mostly I'm half Irish anyway, and the and it looked like hard liquor drunk looked like maybe rum punch. Something like that takes you by surprise sneaks up on you. You know
How Long Will You Wait?
"Cat. Let's talk about the market. Because i'm you know this is a little time with. I guess we don't really that used to at the moment we've had some much splendid movement higher over the lost way while the worst we are. I guess crab walking you know it just sort of meandering along like a crab yet. Krebs will sideways. Bitcoin is down to a full percent. Today it's not really worrying me at all. You know we still hanging in there not far. From all-time highs is the first push higher. Certainly would be surprised at all. Said david pullback you look at the weekly shot and there's still room for the thing is the longer that we continue to just sort of crab consolidate about so. I'd wise when it comes to the weekly jot. What's going to happen is when the next week closes. Those moving. Averages are going to have another candle to average themselves. Ants on and they're gonna get closer and closer and closer if we continue to go saw buys Which brings you know. It doesn't necessarily mean prostates a full for us to start to move a game in the up direction. So you know this. This saw his period of time. It's a good time you try and against your also chiding against bitcoin. There are still some really nice trends out that We'll start to see all. I believe a few more of these. The transit just starting a phone when you tried any guidance. Bitcoin big courses dominant. Spain caught south for quite some time and just sort of strip the market. Rotten our in that period You know where we get. We basically get the opportunity for rum. These alz to start the trend against bitcoin again which gives us upwards again which he does up at trinity and that sort of what i'm saying at the moment with a focus is that's what my focus is wrought. I'm bitcoins dominance. Now's a sixty five point two percent and now let's just talk about how significant that is because if we discuss the month of december Old awakes are the twenty eight december. The end of the end of the basically that talked out of the shot topped out at seventy three point. Six three per cent now with bitcoin coming full quite significantly advice full and in the lost one two three weeks eleven percent now that is because bitcoin clinicals has pulled back pain so to sitting around and watch for the wall as well and some of these markets have been moving quite. Well now. don't forget that. The market and dominance the majority of what you're going to see is going to be reflected through things like a theory and katana link now all three of these have had good moves of signed period because they are the major market cap all the old market so to speak that was bringing. Bitcoins dominance down guy since it continues to grind i mean yesterday we were down Point eight four percent that they have a full one point six four. We've consistent living gronning lowering and now on a downtrend so that doesn't mean that we've opened up. The doors on all safes not at all as just a reflection of bitcoin going sideways for the time. Being some of these other. Major market cap tokens or coins. Going to call him. Having a had a bit of a tom. Tom the sun for all across the market dom is relatively ho Bitcoin thirty full six nine five down two point. Two seven percent not looking for tried a theory was shot. Still pretty good in the dialing although there is a little bit of divergence updates only the daily that shows that divergence pretty kane on a rising to last night on a theory on the four abbott. It brought to stop before before it was entered. So cancel the order before bed. So a pretty Solan recovery the small leading into the clause and since then down three point three three percent and finally enough at thirteen hundred thirty three dollars. Now not really my right At this moment in time just because again. It's starting to get a little bit starting to get a little bit a what's going on. I want to stay break above four hundred forty six. you know. Get us above those those all time highs and then we'll have successively back
Hot cocktails warm up outdoor dining this winter
"In many cities, restaurants can only serve customers outdoors. The challenge is keeping customers warm in the winter, and some establishments have been finding a new way to Turn up the temperature. Chris staying CEO of Zagat Restaurant guides says Hot cocktails are part of that survival you confined spiked cider, a Washington, DC's Truxton in the sport's been club in Chicago has hot toddies and Atlanta's wrecking Bar is serving up hot buttered rum. There's been a lot of necessary, I guess what you would call innovation in New York that includes the 19th century flaming whiskey concoction of Dante. And the restaurant needs sneeze, offers a boozy hot chocolate top wish our truce laced whipped cream. This is really a hot ticket here, which has the restaurant developing new hot cocktails for future
Hot cocktails: The restaurant industry's latest lifeline
"Cities, restaurants can only serve customers outdoors. The challenge keeping customers warm in the winter months. Some establishments are finding a new way to turn up the heat. CBS is Kate Smith has more Chris staying CEO of Zagat Restaurant guides says heart cocktails are part of that survival you confined spiked cider. Washington, DC's Truxton in the Sports fan Club in Chicago has hot toddies and Atlanta's Wrecking Bar is serving up hot buttered rum. There's been a lot of necessary, I guess what you would call innovation in New York that includes the 19th century flaming whiskey concoction of Dante. And the restaurant needs sneeze offers a boozy hot chocolate topped with Starr choose laced whipped cream. This is really a hot ticket here, which has the restaurant developing new hot cocktails for future menus. Kate
What is the Ice Hotel?
"The ice hotel is a hotel. An art exhibition made of ice from the river. Torne each year reincarnated end. The brand new design a place to discover silence northern lights glistening snow clad forests reindeer cloud berries kettle coffee and so much more every year when the torne river turns to ice. A new ice hotel is created in a very small village of yuccas yari. In the north of sweden the ice of the river transforms to design and architecture and ephemeral art project and the world's first and largest hotel belt of snow and ice every year. Since i was a little girl. I have wanted to visit the ice hotel in sweden. It was a long shot. But i figured it was a dream and nothing would come of it. I imagined myself at the magical place made of ice and snow and how would be unusual and a once in a lifetime experience for me after all. I have had my time and stockholm sweden. But that's as far as my travels in. Sweden took me northern. Sweden would have to be for another time. I had rubbed shoulders with adults from my swedish language. Learning camp in bemidji minnesota which. I went to every october to better my conversational and writing skills and the swedish language and found the stories fascinating. I asked them to tell me their tales again and again. The older women some of them actually swedes from sweden took liberties with their stories and change them up a bit just for the fun of it every time it was a new adventure one of the stories that might have been up. Made me giddy with excitement and marymount. It was based around christmas time and it seemed so cozy in real. Surely it must be true. I didn't ask though. I imagined myself as being sabine. She'd that was telling the story and having the is hotel experience. Imagine with me arriving from stockholm to the ice hotel and yucca. Crv right on the torn revolver. The torne river is where they get all the ice for the ice hotel. The many designers engineers architects artists and workers start building the hotel from scratch every year. A labor of love. No doubt this year they were having a very special christmas. Celebration and architects engineers and designers were making special holiday installations special trees and wreaths the lap of an ice santa claus to sit on to tell your christmas wish to glistening chandeliers adorned with red and green colors projected onto the mini lighted fixtures some spaces clean and monochromatic swedish as expected and some fanciful like a childhood memory of a colorful christmas season. Passed my five cents is were working overtime. I smelled holly and evergreen saw the different colors of projected lights felt the unbearable coldness hurt the piano. Playing jazz seasonal selections center to my right or was it to my left and i was greeted at the front reception with champagne and cloud berries something. I don't even think we have an america. The woman behind the ice desk gave me a reindeer skin blanket to put over my shoulders and walked me to an outdoor firepit only steps away on the outside of the building a roaring fire and wonderful ice chairs covered in some more reindeer blankets. My mind was blown away with excitement. What else would i experience. I had just started my four night adventure in this cold winter. Christmas wonderland soon enough. I was handed a mug of coffee with rum. And i knew this was where i wanted to call home forever. More adventurers came to sit by the firepit with the same wide. Eyed wonder and spirited excitement. I smiled but kept my eyes glued to the fire but all the visitors new that the ice and snow wouldn't last long as the ice hotel closed down in april before my trip was over i will have gone across the wilderness in snowshoes. Go on sleigh rides with reindeer. See the northern lights had met the saami people of lapland. I will have eaten swedish. Christmas cuisine and watched the saint lucia event. But for now time stood still as i glazed is over the fire and dreamed later i would be shown to the room. I selected my very own ice room with an actual ice table complete with a mini refrigerator and colored ice sculptures of christmas past and reindeer blankets covering my ice bed and an actual fireplace. I can watch while laying in bed. The time seemed like an endless christmas trip. But also that. If i didn't hurry i'd miss the whole thing in a blink of an eye. I grew sleepy and dreamed of a wonderful time. The one thing i knew was that this wouldn't be my last time here at the ice hotel for christmas yes there would be more visits and perhaps a chance to be a worker in making it all come together for the holiday season later that first night i was given cheese and blog a red wine with rum learning all new things about the swedish way of life hand was going to be a you fork experience for shore
Securing Apple devices
"Of apple's know system across multiple types of devices. You know it's it's on on one hand makes things easier protect but it also means that zero day attacks can be more pervasively destructive they cover sort of thousands of times the surface area target attack might otherwise have give and. I'm not sure if i'm getting that right. But is there sort of like a uniformity of like Apples structure whatever that may zero days especially vulnerable so apple doesn't have the same operating system across all the devices were mac. Os there's ipod iowa's grant tv os watch. Each device does have its own separated. separated operating system But is taking approaches to make that more uniform allowing to be able to pick something up from your phone and then be able to pick it back up on your mac or on your ipad so they are allowing that kind of cross use against the different operating systems are making that more like uniform. And so i don't know i i could totally see what the potential risks there Especially as apps made for ipads ios devices being added to the app store and being available on a mac because even though apple is pretty strict on their developers in what they allow in the app store we just had a case recently. Where they actually notarized mac malware to be able to be downloaded motorization was one of their big kennedy security approaches to help only allowed things that are authorized in kind of been blessed off. So they're not in there. There's no perfect defense Rate like you have to be aware of everything. There's always things that are gonna possibly slip. And so i do see that there could be potential risks with that for sure. Okay so speaking to that you know. It sounds like it's pretty hard. Is it pretty hard to sort of get one over via the app store in that way that you know they were able to authorize. This thing was so what happened with that. Was it just that. It looked very very realistic. And just sort of didn't pass the sniff astor's exactly and then it just turned out to be malware and that's that's not a common case no and that's the first i've heard of there may have been more but that was that was kind of like publicly made big knowledge. It's like okay so we want wanna talk. Obviously you're you're a bit of a mac guru here mcafee. We want to talk about. Mac specific security risks. That people should be aware of like what are some some common errors first of all that are made by apple users. You know just out in the world that opened them up to carry risks being careful what you click on that goes across any user. Just mac specific But yet just cautious of what you click on apple does a really good job of trying to put in some protections to the end user so not disabling things in the operating system right so like if you go to stack exchange looking for how to. Hey how do i do this. Really cool thing on my mac. And then they recommend that you disable internal protections like. You shouldn't do that like just cheap do rum. Yeah exactly in like there's always those targeted tools that are lake. Let's clean up your mac like here's your pop rate. That that that that happens a lot on the mac side because they are very focused on like your mac is contaminated. You need to download this kind of thing. So i think there's always that risk In depending on the type of attack and what what. The attackers like motives are is. There's always that sense of urgency rate. Like you need to do this right now. Because you're short-circuiting their commonsense. It's like right before. I can think about it. You just have kind of take a step back right like is this really is something bad But that's hard. I think there's there's always that pressure As a user to just be aware. But people like max because it's easy to use. They don't need all the ins and outs of everything Like people don't know where they're launch damon's launch In that there may be potential Tool there So i think it's just keeping be patient. Be weary of things that they download and click on Keep the native security functionality. That apple gives you enabled. Turn it off And just be more investigative into what they want me to add a would be my biggest lake just for any end user.
Ep 94. Jenny is Old - burst 05
"Listen i get you. Don't wanna walk around a turtleneck everyday. That's great but it's also all doubt but it's also cold out right. What are you doing so they go to get drinks. They're going to get some beer of so zahn family doesn't drink so they decided some rum and her friend sitting there. They're sitting there at the bar. Our firm wants to meet him because she's like listen. I flew twelve hours jordan which is turns out not this spring. Break destination of two thousand twenty. Hey like what else am i going to do. Here let's just beat the guy. Well then we see because now she's inside what is going on with this makeup okay so it looks at first. At first glance like a sunglass tan. Yes because she's so light. All around her is. This is like a donald trump kim kardashian. Look it's a reverse raccoon. Look i mean. Kim does that but like do that. Pretty intense so. She said that she really misses him because now she's drunk and her friends just like so common reasonable and she encourages her to communicate with him. Yeah her friend is actually like really nice. She's of like well. You always yell at him. Yeah so he's she calls him he's going to the mop and she said and this is a quote. I couldn't stop myself from smiling. Okay girl you haven't been able to stop yourself from smiling this whole season. Neither has your dad. You neither is your that. In nineteen episodes you guys have held the grin physically like this.
Pirates of the Carolinas
"Let's start with some wild tales of historical characters from the coasts of North and south. Carolina. Terrence Zip key is brought to life thirteen notorious pirates in her book pirates of the Carolinas. She relates stories of ships weighted down with gold crews too drunk on rum to fight treacherous colonial officials, mutineers, privateers, and the sad end of the line for the pirates who got caught. White Barents thanks for joining us. Hi, thanks for having me. Give us some background on this. What was the golden age of piracy in the United States? Well, we really don't know how long piracy's been around It's been around at least twenty, five, hundred years they are, and there was an era during its hey day that was known as the golden age piracy, and that was the light seventeenth century to early eighteenth centuries and The United States it'd be colonial America. It was colonial. America. When they came over here and Interesting Carolina had a lot of the officials had partnerships with the pirates. We were sort of commerce poor place back then. So we actually welcomed pirates like blackbeard until they had the big crack down on piracy and that was the end of that. So is it kind of the fine line between a privateer and pirate? What's the difference? It was such a fine line rick and basically a little piece of paper because a lot of the pirates started out they were privateers. And they were involved in Queen Anne's war wars all over Europe and everything, and they were commissioned to attack enemy ships in order to get money to get booty to help fund the war and they split the money with the crown. So yes. So the the king or the governor would say you are licensed to attack ships as long as they're not our ships and you p half the booty, but you gotta give the rest to us. So we can fight war whatever right and so then imagine when the war is over and your navy is no longer needed. All these men I've ever known. There's no employment. You know it was a fine line anyway between privateer and pirate. So a lot of them just became officially pirates and they got to keep everything. Nice business model. So, now, what was the basic action? It was mostly ships going from Europe to the Americas or where did they get their best opportunities at that time? That was all these merchant ships that were doing these trade routes and so you could just sort of sit out there. It was just like fishing and just block them off. They weren't very well armed or anything they were slow because they were big heavy. Ships with a lot of merchandise onboard now also, and it really didn't matter. This is one of those falsehoods that people realize people thought pirates just want gold and pieces of eight. But the truth is that they wanted what they could sell when they got these merchant ships and they had all these realms of fine linens and silks and tobacco and rum, and all this was this was pay dirt so they would. Get this stuff, and then they would go to the next port and just like you see when you travel a lot people stealing stuff off of ships and setting up a little stand and selling a cheap absolutely, and that's what they did like a lot more in partnership with the authorities here and so when they came into port and all that they would look the other way and then they would get A. Cut for looking the other way and the merchants would get discounted goods. The pilots would get money I mean everybody was happy sounds like a win win win lose situation I'm rick this is travel with Rick Steves speaking with Zip in her books called pirates of the Carolinas. We always think pirates of the Caribbean and your book is pirates of the Carolinas. Why was there so much pirate action and the Carolina? coast. Well at that time, these were pretty poor state. So we needed to get commerce wherever we could. So pirates were good for business. So we saw there were a safe haven for pirate in fact, blackbeard who was one of the probably the biggest chapter discussed in this book, he actually set up shop actually made a home and actually came part of the community and all up and north. Carolina. No,
Pirates Of The Carolinas
"When I asked a couple of my friends from Ireland to join us on the show to talk about their country's legends of fairies and benches and things that go bump in the night. They were a little reluctant at first I thought it was because they didn't want to appear superstitious or maybe out of date. And that's what they wanted me to believe. But I wonder if they weren't just a little afraid. Coming up today on travel with Rick Steves we hear how the Irish comedy tells they grew up with very folk lurking in their surroundings in their testing their luck right now by making an exception to talk openly about it with us. We'll also explore San Francisco's legends of Ghost sightings from Al Capone on Alcatraz to a grieving mother who still wonders Golden Gate Park? Let's start with some wild tales of historical characters from the coasts of North and south. Carolina. Terrence Zip key is brought to life thirteen notorious pirates in her book pirates of the Carolinas. She relates stories of ships weighted down with gold crews too drunk on rum to fight treacherous colonial officials, mutineers, privateers, and the sad end of the line for the pirates who got caught. White Barents thanks for joining us. Hi, thanks for having me. Give us some background on this. What was the golden age of piracy in the United States? Well, we really don't know how long piracy's been around It's been around at least twenty, five, hundred years they are, and there was an era during its hey day that was known as the golden age piracy, and that was the light seventeenth century to early eighteenth centuries and The United States it'd be colonial America. It was colonial. America. When they came over here and Interesting Carolina had a lot of the officials had partnerships with the pirates. We were sort of commerce poor place back then. So we actually welcomed pirates like blackbeard until they had the big crack down on piracy and that was the end of that. So is it kind of the fine line between a privateer and pirate? What's the difference? It was such a fine line rick and basically a little piece of paper because a lot of the pirates started out they were privateers. And they were involved in Queen Anne's war wars all over Europe and everything, and they were commissioned to attack enemy ships in order to get money to get booty to help fund the war and they split the money with the crown. So yes. So the the king or the governor would say you are licensed to attack ships as long as they're not our ships and you p half the booty, but you gotta give the rest to us. So we can fight war whatever right and so then imagine when the war is over and your navy is no longer needed. All these men I've ever known. There's no employment. You know it was a fine line anyway between privateer and pirate. So a lot of them just became officially pirates and they got to keep everything. Nice business model. So, now, what was the basic action? It was mostly ships going from Europe to the Americas or where did they get their best opportunities at that time? That was all these merchant ships that were doing these trade routes and so you could just sort of sit out there. It was just like fishing and just block them off. They weren't very well armed or anything they were slow because they were big heavy. Ships with a lot of merchandise onboard now also, and it really didn't matter. This is one of those falsehoods that people realize people thought pirates just want gold and pieces of eight. But the truth is that they wanted what they could sell when they got these merchant ships and they had all these realms of fine linens and silks and tobacco and rum, and all this was this was pay dirt so they would. Get this stuff, and then they would go to the next port and just like you see when you travel a lot people stealing stuff off of ships and setting up a little stand and selling a cheap absolutely, and that's what they did like a lot more in partnership with the authorities here and so when they came into port and all that they would look the other way and then they would get A. Cut for looking the other way and the merchants would get discounted goods. The pilots would get money I mean everybody was happy sounds like a win win win lose situation I'm rick this is travel with Rick Steves speaking with Zip in her books called pirates of the Carolinas. We always think pirates of the Caribbean and your book is pirates of the Carolinas. Why was there so much pirate action and the Carolina? coast. Well at that time, these were pretty poor state. So we needed to get commerce wherever we could. So pirates were good for business. So we saw there were a safe haven for pirate in fact, blackbeard who was one of the probably the biggest chapter discussed in this book, he actually set up shop actually made a home and actually came part of the community and all up and north. Carolina.
Forget Barrel-Aged Whiskey: This Company Whips Up Instant Aged Spirits in the Lab
"This is a little test. If you're a fan of craft of things that require years of patients to pay off, say a Christmas tree farm, a newly designed luxury car or an eighty year. Old Scotch time is a worthwhile investment to you on the other hand. If speed matters more to you than craft, you may see years invested in, say those Christmas trees as so much wasted time. It's much faster to make an artificial tree after all and you can still hang lights on them but what if you could have convenience and craft at the same time? Seems impossible doesn't well, not anymore at least for one particular beverage, scientific innovation has come to whiskey. There's nothing about whisky that's new. The date of its invention is a little fuzzy but historians say may have existed as long ago as fourteen hundred ad or maybe even further back than that today, the longer it ages the more expensive it is and two connoisseurs typically the better it tastes but not to the founders of silicon. Valley's bespoke in spirits, Stu Aaron, and Martin. JANACEK say they've come up with a laboratory process for making whisky and only a few days if they took my made quiz being the second group, they call the years it takes to age say mark antiquated and wasteful. bespoke spirits doesn't call itself a distillery. Rather the company is Spirits Tech Company intended to help other distillers, grocery chains and celebrities create custom spirits that can move like lightning from lab to store shelves. The name speaks to its intent bespoke means custom-made. The startup uses the lab to bring the barrel to the spirits rather than the other way around in other words, it's using material science massive amounts of data analysis to. Create spirits according to Forbes rather than putting spirits into oak barrels. The company places selected tiny pieces of wood in precise combinations in a kettle with spirits in char- heat and churn or apply again with scientific precision to mimic the aging process much much faster. The company claims they can create seventeen thousand different flavor combinations in three to five days. Most whisky is aged in barrels for about five years according to CNN. So far spoken has made whisky Tequila Rum and brandy mostly for other companies but they also do sell spirits to consumer specifically a line of different whiskies from classic Bourbons to one made with Ron Whiskey of course, the biggest obstacle, any food or drink made in a lab faces scepticism about and quality when it comes to that question bespoke in his taken home about two dozen awards from spirits tasting events since they launched early this year, that's the social proof. They think they need to grow the rest of the business, not just custom blending new products behind the scenes, but also helping distilleries rescue batches of expired beer or spirits from distributors that aren't quite right which seems. To be a good foundation for a promising business, still it's hard to grow a whole new category of anything without enough money. Early, this month, the small business one, two point six, million dollars in seed funding from hall of fame, Baseball Star Derek jeter, and Silicon Valley scientists TJ Rodgers purists may turn up their noses at spoken in America. Popular rival maker's mark is not only one of the oldest whiskey brands. Its history is at selling point founder bill. Samuel senior bought a distillery in Loretto Kentucky in nineteen, fifty three but that distillery began making whisky as far back as the early eighteen hundreds. Maker's marks message today is still it's one bottle at a time every time. And an oppression bit of copy anticipating the changes coming to the Industry today they also say it's been a widely held belief around here that character isn't made by machine. Ouch. Regardless of an expected war between purists and innovators, the time may turn out to be just right for bespoke in the pandemic is spiking demand for spirits but trade wars are making them more expensive to import according to CNN. And when you can't import easily making new spirits here, bottles that can get to the shelf in the blink of an eye could fill a growing demand. and to that investors like, Derek. JETER may well say, cheers.
Tiki: Modern Tropical Cocktails with Shannon mustipher
"Shannon. Welcome to milk street. It's really great to be here. Thanks for having me. I love your book Tiki Modern Tropical cocktails. So. What does the Word Tiki me? Where does it come from and what is Tiki cocktail? Sure. So tiki refers from a cultural standpoint to religious practices and iconography from Polynesia, now, where cocktails are concerned Tiki termed applied retroactively. So in the beginning of the age of tropical cocktail, they were called exotic cocktails and we're talking about mid nineteen. Thirties California at don the beachcomber in Bay area then later trader Vic's in subsequent restaurants it was in the mid eighties early nineties when. Polynesian tropical culture enthusiasts mostly in California. Began research those bars and to look into brain those cocktails back that you started to see the word tiki emerged. Let's talk about some of the classics Don Beachcombers, Zombie. What's Zombie As army is a showstopper drink. Okay. So This thing has three different rooms in it. It has Grenadine, which is a pomegranate base, Schuss it Kinda crosses the line in terms sophistication because there's absent attitude shrink, which is a not to New Orleans Ed's more our baseness and you know Elvis's drink beyond the simple run punch that is based on issues like a pumped up. Kinda sexy around punch. and. You know there's some savvy marketing airs not just a cocktail that made it. Popular Abe was the limit two per customer. So people like trying to get it third on trying to order one their friend so I'm you know we're talking about the ingredients of design be, but I think what's the biggest ingredient? There's it's is cultural impact. The my tie. I didn't actually know what was in a my tie until I picked up your book. So what is a my time? Sure so The final change somewhat. But kind of simplify it. Is in most bars, a blend of Jamaican, and Martin Shem rooms or jaw, which is an almond based liqueur slash. Surp- Archer sow in line. Is Simpler to a lot of places make it out to be. What are some of the techniques like washing rumor bourbon? What does that mean? Sure. So washing means is essentially kind of. Another way of saying infusing. Dime Lee Campbell Cameras Bro an idea of taking rendered fat from Bacon. Adding it to whiskey. Giving time to sit at room temperature, and then later froze it so that the solids rose to the top and he skim it off and the result is you get this really Nice creamy texture and depending on what kind of fat we're talking about it can be smokey could be nutty. So as an example, I worked at restaurant called FINCH. Why did the? Same thing would smoked duck breasts fat and rum in the shrink was so crazy I loved to pieces. It was so easy like cheat I done it with coconut oil and rum's Meskel. It does all kinds of wonders no matter what spirit using but it's just a nice way to add a Roma and body and viscosity and just kind of smooth on the out. You must how many okay. In your bar, how many different bottles that you have I stopped counting at one hundred I thought it's kind of comical was look I would look at it daily. I gaze upon it would find this is just a lot going on here but yeah, there's a good amount of figure it's probably two hundred. ME. So here's a question. You know the Martini I think is GonNa get you drunk as fast as possible. That's my take on. The friendship, Para. Tif is to sort of transition you from work to pleasure at the end of the day. What's the role of the TIKI cocktail? In other words? What is it that it's really really about besides the flavors. First, and foremost fun you know and. Mystery adventure discovery I've had some of the best nights of my life in Tiki bars because the mood is a reverent. I. Just love that that freedom the be freed you get. In a tiki cocktail, a tiki environment. So. What about teachings often have strange interesting containers more much more so than regular cocktails What role does the container plan? All of this it's vital because the fee starts with the is so Tiki takes it mike way over the top like I've seen presentations where you know to try is in vessel is set down in a treasure chest or comes in from barrel. You know comes and coconuts and hollowed out pineapples. You know there's flaming garnishes I once judge the competition. Where the team that from a bar called Paradise Lounge in Bushwick? That is sadly no longer with us. They. Brought it full force. It was a fish tank. With live fish. So the fish were isolated from the cocktail I. There is fishing air which is. Crazy.
White House physician: Trump 'has met or exceeded all standard hospital discharge criteria'
"Doctor, Sean Conley, the president's physician, delivered an update on the president's health and said that the president is ready to continue his care at the White House over the past 24 hours. President has continued to improve. He's met or exceeded all standard hospital discharge criteria. Receive another dose of rum desert here here today. Then we plan to get him home trumps. Doctors declined again to disclose a number of details about the president's health and care, including when the president's last negative test was done. And they did not say when he'll no longer be contagious for the Corona virus or when he'd be able to travel again.
Trump Could Leave Washington, DC Hospital As Early As Monday, Doctors Say
"The president's doctors say that he's continuing to improve after spending another night at Walter Reed. Doctors say the president could be released as early as tomorrow. Despite a sudden drop in his oxygen level. Yesterday. The doctors gave that brief update earlier today outside Walter Reed Medical Center. We get the latest from ABC News. President Trump continues improving from Cove in 19 after spending a second night at Walter Reed Hospital, his personal physician, Dr Sean Conley, telling reporters. The president received a steroid on Saturday. Over the course of his illness. The president has experienced two episode the transient drops. His oxygen saturation. Debated the reasons for this and whether we'd even intervene. The determination of the team based predominantly on the time line from the initial diagnosis that we initiate that Samantha's Conley admitting the president was given oxygen Friday for the first drop in blood oxygen. In direct contrast with his earlier comments. The president is also being treated with the drug rum desert here and has been given an antibody cocktail by Regeneron. President Trump's medical team says he could be discharged from the hospital as soon as Monday pending his condition and continue treatment at the White House. Trump's campaign events have been canceled for the next two weeks. The Senate majority leader, also suspending Senate floor operations. This is ABC News.
How To Spot An Ultraprocessed Food
"Foods are associated with a 20% increased risk of depression as we reported in our last podcast. That's just an associational finding but controlled trials have found a large effect size in depression when people switch from the standard Western diet where 50% of calories are generally derived from Ultra processed foods toward a mediterranean-style diet that limits them to to track three servings a week. We have a patient-friendly guide to that diet in our online Journal look for it in our May 2019 issue and in today's podcast, I'll try to pin down just what is ultra processed food is the most widely used definition of ultra sometimes called highly processed foods is the Nova classification. This was developed into a job. The nine at the University of South Paulo Brazil this classification divides food by how it's processed or changed from its natural raw form rather than by its ingredients that you might find on a nutrition panel. So a raw potato is unprocessed, but they're looking at what happens if we bake it versus boiling it frying or adding preservatives to turn it into potato chips. That's what the Nova System is trying to shine a light on and Nova is not an acronym. It's name for the star that shines its light bulb first. We'll start with minimally processed foods. These are generally okay and don't have much in the way of health risks these involve adding salt oil sugar and sometimes like preservatives like antioxidants in order to store and prepare the food. It includes canned vegetables salted nuts cured or Smoked Meats like dog. Shooter cheese yogurt beer wine and freshly made bread so far. These are all good. Then there's the ultra processed foods these fifteen chemicals that aren't typically found in the kitchen, but have been added in order to improve the taste appearance or sensory qualities of the food to give it that crunch. That's soft bite off cookie or that's silky texture in the desert. We're talking about things here like food coloring flavor enhancers artificial sweeteners, by the way, artificial sweeteners have a stronger association with depression than do regular sweeteners natural sweeteners, and they've also been found to cause some hippocampal damage in basic science studies am moving on. They also include high fructose corn syrup casein lactose way. That's w h e y gluten hydrogenated oils dead. Hydrocele has proteins emulsifiers like you might find in Breads and various processing AIDS soy protein and maltodextrin. So those are some of the ingredients you might find on the label that would indicate. It's ultra-processed. Some of the sources of ultra processed foods are obvious or talking fast foods frozen foods packaged snacks sodas all kinds of sodas ice cream candy, but others are less obvious and they sometimes masquerade as healthy foods spread in jars breakfast cereals margarine energy bars flavored yogurt instant sauces, baby formula instant soup, mass-produced package kids and even distilled Spirits like whisky vodka and rum, those are Ultra processed as opposed to beer and wine, which is minimally processed. And then there's my favorite term for processed food reconstituted meat products by that. I mean chicken nuggets hotdogs sausages and unfortunately, Burgers including those plant-based Burgers which are highly processed. But what about the packaged foods that claim to be healthy the Nova System hasn't taken a stance on specific products, but based on their criteria and some of the opinions that nutritionists have put out. There are some prepared foods that lean more on the side of processed instead of ultra-processed off a few that I checked out and seem to meet the bill are Dave's whole-grain bread or sprouted breads like Ezekiel RX bars and Laura. That's that's a bars other Supermarket foods that the Nova System considers minimally processed include dried pastas and rice whole grain cereals like the music's birth. Eddie's freshly ground peanut butter and other nut Butters oatmeal and grits that aren't flavored or instant fresh or pasteurized fruit juices that don't have added sugars off-and-on adulterated home-cooked popcorn dried fruits beef jerky pickled foods and canned or Smoked Meats and fish as well as bread made without preservatives cheese, and yes surprisingly
How To Spot An Ultraprocessed Food
"Ultra processed foods are associated with a 20% increased risk of depression as we reported in our last podcast. That's just an associational finding but controlled trials have found a large effect size in depression when people switch from the standard Western diet where 50% of calories are generally derived from Ultra processed foods toward a mediterranean-style diet that limits them to to track three servings a week. We have a patient-friendly guide to that diet in our online Journal look for it in our May 2019 issue and in today's podcast, I'll try to pin down just what is ultra processed food is the most widely used definition of ultra sometimes called highly processed foods is the Nova classification. This was developed into a job. The nine at the University of South Paulo Brazil this classification divides food by how it's processed or changed from its natural raw form rather than by its ingredients that you might find on a nutrition panel. So a raw potato is unprocessed, but they're looking at what happens if we bake it versus boiling it frying or adding preservatives to turn it into potato chips. That's what the Nova System is trying to shine a light on and Nova is not an acronym. It's name for the star that shines its light bulb first. We'll start with minimally processed foods. These are generally okay and don't have much in the way of health risks these involve adding salt oil sugar and sometimes like preservatives like antioxidants in order to store and prepare the food. It includes canned vegetables salted nuts cured or Smoked Meats like dog. Shooter cheese yogurt beer wine and freshly made bread so far. These are all good. Then there's the ultra processed foods these fifteen chemicals that aren't typically found in the kitchen, but have been added in order to improve the taste appearance or sensory qualities of the food to give it that crunch. That's soft bite off cookie or that's silky texture in the desert. We're talking about things here like food coloring flavor enhancers artificial sweeteners, by the way, artificial sweeteners have a stronger association with depression than do regular sweeteners natural sweeteners, and they've also been found to cause some hippocampal damage in basic science studies am moving on. They also include high fructose corn syrup casein lactose way. That's w h e y gluten hydrogenated oils dead. Hydrocele has proteins emulsifiers like you might find in Breads and various processing AIDS soy protein and maltodextrin. So those are some of the ingredients you might find on the label that would indicate. It's ultra-processed. Some of the sources of ultra processed foods are obvious or talking fast foods frozen foods packaged snacks sodas all kinds of sodas ice cream candy, but others are less obvious and they sometimes masquerade as healthy foods spread in jars breakfast cereals margarine energy bars flavored yogurt instant sauces, baby formula instant soup, mass-produced package kids and even distilled Spirits like whisky vodka and rum, those are Ultra processed as opposed to beer and wine, which is minimally processed. And then there's my favorite term for processed food reconstituted meat products by that. I mean chicken nuggets hotdogs sausages and unfortunately, Burgers including those plant-based Burgers which are highly processed. But what about the packaged foods that claim to be healthy the Nova System hasn't taken a stance on specific products, but based on their criteria and some of the opinions that nutritionists have put out. There are some prepared foods that lean more on the side of processed instead of ultra-processed off a few that I checked out and seem to meet the bill are Dave's whole-grain bread or sprouted breads like Ezekiel RX bars and Laura. That's that's a bars other Supermarket foods that the Nova System considers minimally processed include dried pastas and rice whole grain cereals like the music's birth. Eddie's freshly ground peanut butter and other nut Butters oatmeal and grits that aren't flavored or instant fresh or pasteurized fruit juices that don't have added sugars off-and-on adulterated home-cooked popcorn dried fruits beef jerky pickled foods and canned or Smoked Meats and fish as well as bread made without preservatives cheese, and yes surprisingly bacon.
Celebrities and cocktails
"So nice to see you again interior. It's been a long while I o spend the two years since I left new. York At, busy. So Nice to be you. I will say that I was like, what am I gonNa say I like you from that? I was like Oh everything. You've done is like one of the things that I love the most? Well, I was GONNA. Say. So you recently started a podcast it's called busy Phillips is doing her best showing Thira is a huge part of that podcast. It's very and yeah. So you interview celebrities and people of note, and just talk about how people are pivoting and doing their best. At it is very timely to now you started this podcast before. Well, I feel like we sold it almost a year ago with October of last year you know basically we had a whole idea for a new way of doing things and making stuff and we were working on this really big projects that had a lot of moving parts and we had like our big meeting with all of these money people in New York that was scheduled for March sixteenth. how and that was that you know, and so I we. Timing. Yeah. You know whatever we're I feel very blessed in my life to be a person that's able to have perspective and self-awareness and Ceantierre and I have been talking a little bit during that time also just like we've kept in touch since busy tonight and I always just loved like are writer's room and busy tonight was really small is only three writers which for those of you at home that's slowly insane. Very. Small I think we had more writers doing ashby another. For. Clear they were being paid less. Absolutely. No one was making a ton of money. Why it was so confusing that they cancel because I was like is this show is free. Just crazy. The shoe string that we were managing to do that. You know I feel like was a really successful show at the. But nobody uses the term like indie talkshow nobody that but it really wasn't indeed talk show that's like. We. Definitely should have gotten. Independent Spirit Award. One hundred percent. If we could go back. Let's get some games. We gotta get. Some Games. Can we can I say one more thing though about the podcast Ligo I have a theme song that I sang and Mr Jonathan Coulton wrote the theme song for me to how did you not tell us this? All of our meetings, Jonathan talking about busy and getting ready for this. You'd you felt no need to just mention that I. You know I don't like to Brag. I WANNA tell everybody. I love. Good the full picture. Okay. So you eighty first game, you're going to work together in this one. I know shed Thira cut it knows the drill obviously, but you're gonNA, work together. This one this is a word game So those are typically on the tougher side. It's also about famous people and alcohol. Great things I love, right yeah. Let's go. So my God. In any particular order depending on the day? I'll take either both of them lift my spirits. So, we're going to give you a cocktail recipe that describes a mash up of a cocktail in the name of a celebrity and you are going to give us the Masher. I'm ready heads up I drink a whisky. NEAT. So I don't know if we're going to be the best mix and let's go. Here's your first one. Okay. Mix Rum Curragh CEO, or is that and fresh lime juice and serve it to the super model and new host of dancing with the stars and maybe you'll get a smile out of her. Okay. I know it's Tyra Banks Ray. Rum. My tyra banks, my tyrod. She and yeah, that was. Yeah. Okay, okay You Know My grandmother my dad's mom my parents lived in Hawaii because my dad was in the navy and she used to like to go to the pink hotel and she called them high ties. And not my. High Time? Because after one, she started saying hi. Tie. Another high tide. Instead of tie and so I always call them high tides. Forever, I'm in Hawaii, I'd go to the Pink Hotel and I have one in her honour office.
"rum" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"And just try to read them as poetry without a drumbeat. It's not gonNA work right. Rum's are kind of what makes the singer sound important. That's an interesting perspective. Most of the singers I've. Dealt with tolerate drummers, but they don't necessarily You know say they're making me sound more profound The perception is that drummers aren't really listening to the words. They're not listening to the song there about keeping that beat they're driven by you know rhythm you know the loudness, the quietness, the nuance that you know those aren't necessarily huge concerns when when they're behind the kit. Do you do find it. There's sort of a inherent bias saving rock band against the drummer. Well, I think what you were just describing his perhaps a bad drummer or inexerience. But any good drummer of course is listening to everything just as much as any other instrument and just just as any great guitar player usually has a great sense of rhythm. Drummer has a good sense of melody and is there to support that I think that drummers could be considered the leader of a band in so much as they are fulfilling the role that perhaps a conductor does with classical orchestra, you know they're setting up the transitions from one section of a song to the next they're determining the dynamic levels as far as dropping down to a quiet section or backup to a climax, and of course, they're counting off the songs and determining tempo. You know the the joke in the spinal tap movie was obviously the drummer is constantly you know disappearing he's he's getting blown up and you know it it just a rotating seat back exploded on.
"rum" Discussed on Hot Take
"Did a different. That's funny for one thing. You don't have to do it all alone in fact you can't because we're talking climate commitment and that a single climate action. That means you don't have to worry about nailing it. This is the practice which does away with the need for perfection. The fact that every fraction of a degree of warming Celsius or Fahrenheit matters means that you're never too late or too small to help the right time to start. Your climate commitment is always right now but the question remains what can I do? Well now that you understand the question is complicated the answer actually emerges as quite simple do what? You're good at and do your best. Yes so the origin story of this essay is I. I think like so in two thousand eighteen. I wrote a piece inbox called as she don't remember what the final title was but it was about climate grief in some versions of it is like here's how to deal with the grief around climate or whatever and in it. I talked about my journey through climate grief in coming around through into client anger and Basically being like the oil and gas industry is gas lighting. You and fuck them and then I wrote a piece. That was like a follow up to that because so many people were like well. You're saying we don't have any agency like how you got that but anyway I wrote a piece in Vox last year. That was called I worked in the environmental movement. I don't care if you recycle and I remember the title of the essay because I've gotten a lot of people arguing with the headline and which is the only part of the essay that I did not write as oppose zoo the actual essay that. I wrote I never any points said. I don't care if you recycle. I do care if you recycle cared deeply yet because that is what signals to me that you give right and I desperately need you to give a fuck so anyway. This is the follow up to that essay. Which on that essay sort of. Beg The question of like well. I want to get involved in climate and I understand. That is beyond. I've Gone Vegan. I've done the things I've I've recycled I've done whatever now what do I do and so what I tried to do with this essay was like how do you like when you tell me that what I hear is I'm ready to become a climate person. I'm ready to incorporate climate into everything that I'm doing a human being like I wanna be one of y'all and so how do you do that? Brow? The answer to that is. I don't know how to tell you to how to do that. 'cause nobody's told me to write essays. I'm pretty sure nobody told me. Start PODCAST Expert to everyone told me exactly. Everyone told me not for write essays. Everyone's told me not join twitter. I'm sure people told Gren that her strike was stupid. I'm pretty sure people told Jamie. And Nadia Not Star Zero Hour Lake. Your climate commitment is just as individuals to you as a career path. Yeah So what? I was trying to do this. Essay was like lay out the framework as opposed to light telling you how to cut your footprint or telling you to do like one off things that will ultimately like they might be satisfying in the moment but they're not going to be satisfying in a long term. So if I tell you to go to a sunrise movement or go to you know or vote for the right climate person like once. You've done the thing you've done the thing and that's it and that's unfulfilling so with climate commitment you're figuring out how to how to mold it to you or your client actions you and make it more sustainable. Climate action needs to be sustainable in for it to be sustainable. It needs to become a commitment and not just like a one-time action right rates. I love this because I will get asked this a lot and I'm always kind of like Erin I don't know what do you do? What do you do in the rest of your life also? Yeah now I can just read this. It's kind of like you know a better question to ask what be like. How did you find your place In the climate movement as opposed to. What do I do person who doesn't know me yet? All right 'cause like I get asked us my people who like I don't even know your name. I don't know anything about you so I don't know whether your talents are. I don't know where your passions are like and the opening story for this essay was about this light.
"rum" Discussed on Hot Take
"It becomes a God? Maybe you've heard of alphabet soup. Now get reading for times new Roman. Oh my God. That is a real bad joke. Okay Amy. Why does Norway put bar codes on their battleships? I don't know why so. They can Scandinavian. That's the ones you gotta stay out loud where you get it all out okay. The next thing we're to look at is it's not opportunism. It's opportunity there has been the most annoying trend of the whole mid moment. Is this notion that if you want to look at what's happening and look at the fact that the government is going to have to spend trillions of dollars to quote unquote reboot the economy. Maybe we should talk about doing that in a better way that it's been done in the last one hundred years that somehow is like clinging identity politics and being opportunistic nick and trying to shoehorn the climate conversation into global health pandemic as though those two things are not related in any way. Really exactly I talked about this on heated with Emily Act can And what what is so striking to me is that this is a tactic that was used against black people for a really really really long time that their insistence on having civil rights and civil liberties like everyone else was somehow opportunistic. They were to bring up their right to live. It was like self serving or are just lake. They were bringing. They were inserting in places where it didn't deserve to be so their humanity had like there was a place where their humanity didn't deserve to be or like you're always being accused of making things about race and they're already about race. You're just making that more explicit. I'm not making shit about. Climate is already about climate. If we're going to build a new world why would we not make that new world clients safe while we not deal with two existential threats with one stone like Craig Lanes to me one? Good reason why not to do that. Especially like this moment in time is actually a huge opportunity to lake get through an energy transition that we all know is come in at some point and that will be painful whenever it does come because it is a big shift. The fossil fuel industry is imploding. Right now not just because of corona virus but because it has been debt liberty for years and it's built around a bad and broken business model so you know what instead of spending trillions of dollars to like help them limp along for another ten years like why would you put that money to work. Just transitioning I don't understand it doesn't it's like a golden dog press make any says. Yeah let's make like Mice Dominion Sake. The fossil fuel industry out in the woods. And shoot that Bitch. Grab with misery less Steinbeck. There's to put them and this out of our misery. Yes Yes Times. You gotTa let stuff die. Yes look I get it. I've had a favorite toy before there. Yeah I've had a computer that was on his last legs sometimes titled Light Go. No you're in that relationship this toxic full as many wear yes. You're not build each other up anymore. Yes let something better out there for you. Honestly like I said this on twitter but giving the oil companies money right now is like the time that Matt and I gave my father-in-law like a thousand bucks. That was really like the last money in our bank account to pay a credit card bill and he went bankrupt like the next week man was bad with money. Okay he was. He was never going to get better with money and like you. Don't just throw down a whole come on as a country. I feel like we learned this in two thousand eight. Our out like we learned about this shitty deals. Stop taking the shitty deals. There are other options out there. Yes I promise you you will find someone else. And maybe she'll have solar panels.
"rum" Discussed on Hot Take
"This piece. The history is less that tobacco or oil embraced disinformation first and then passed it on and more than a handful of PR firms and consultants created the disinformation industry. And then put it to work on behalf of whatever industry needed it at any given time today. Those same strategies are work on behalf of those who worry that the response to Cova nineteen will undermine capitalism which is why climate folks keep noting. How familiar the whole anti science component of the right wing response to the pandemic feels. It's familiar because the exact same strategies being deployed in some cases by the same people. So yeah there's like a few specific little weasels that I follow to see what they're talking about and they're all like all the same. Climate weasels are like calling out. You know the models being used to predict coverted spread and like the you know calling for a lift on quarantine regulations or bad for business and learn anti-american and freedom. And it's all the same shit yet. So yeah now is it's wild. It really does a double gaslight you know because you feel like you being gas yet with all the climate disinformation it feels like the climate movement kind of just found his footing Be Able to like stand up to that type of Shit and now here comes corona virus. Where light look. I'm just as confused as most people I don't I there's a lot about this. I don't understand. There's a lot that the top ex yes stone understand. Because we're like imagine having the climate crisis unfold at this level of speed and this level of discovery at the same time right right so yeah no and so is just such fertile. Ground for disinformation. So it's sort of like I think this is why I have such a frustration With the Democratic Party right now because they're such an information gap in a leadership gap that they could be playing at the national role. And I know so you know. Misinformation is not an accident. Yeah we know this from the climate fight is nine accident when it comes to corona. It wasn't an accident when it came to climate. Nobody out here telling by drink. Lysol for no fucking Rabin. It's so fucking Lysol had to issue a bunch of like. Please don't drink our product. It's not how are you serious because of course I mean it's smart. Probably we'd better get out in front of this because you know some fucking idiots are going to be like groups. Yeah Yates also. You're finding Lysol to drink. Send me some Lysol. 'cause I can't find some spray down and true. Yeah I really enjoy some. Lysol to use responsible into they to just put that shit on their bottle enjoy responsibly. Like the actually. They shouldn't because people would think that's just a beer real so misinformation is one parallel. I wanted to draw our attention to.
"rum" Discussed on Hot Take
"Stories that we particularly love given week. And if you sign up for that newsletter you will be helping us to fund season two so. Please go ahead and do that. We'll stick a link in the show. Yeah yeah and it'll be like a news digest of like all the great client writing this out there. I know a lot of folks. WanNa read about it but don't really know where to find it and especially in the time of co the hard to get your hands on it. We're going to streamline that process for you can give you like reading lists more often because that's how we roll. Yeah and if you sign up for that newsletter you'll get access to special mini episodes will be releasing a while. We're on hiatus so you won't have to miss our voices all that much that's right and we'll still be active on twitter in the meantime too and we do plan on being back with season two in just a couple of months so it's really not that long time exactly and what even is time right now like I dare. Somebody's at applying seriously right. I've no fucking idea. I don't know I don't know there's literally no way no but even though we're not really leaving you this is still a special episode for us. We made it to the embassies in what we thought it would be nice to do it with just the two of them so this time there's no guest just mia name but right and we're celebrating it with trying to get my my ice clinking their assuming that's right drinking rum. We've been Corentin for more than a month who knows when it's ending and the climate is Iraq. So it's Roma fucking.
"rum" Discussed on The SodaMonk Show
"Five Portuguese Africa Budget Puna via hockey population Christianized. Nice national or more than this. Leave restarted massively. It was a dockage and Africans were considered people who have lost souls. Imagine apart from that a lot of Arab traders who came to Africa during the spirit were also meet sleeves and all of them were employed in sugar plantation everywhere. Sugarcane industry is Rabbani. Slavery slaves planted sugarcane for delighted got stocks and transported it do of mill where the crane was crushed and Jews was extracted who escaped by the Jews. Go Strain Dot Com and buddy-buddy boiling board speeder. Cudgel data jibed up sugar. Crystalised now Hodi sleeves also seen the boiling matter to collect them molasses the city biproduct from making sugar molasses. Kiichi Body Tiki. It could be sold and used as a sweetener and fermented molasses enjoyed by the slaves and by four fights as a drink at some point somebody to still this. Fomented molasses and drum was born. 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Gallons are your Bo- both accepted the spirit as gifts from politicians guys if India election diamond alcohol carrots of neo seventeen hundreds me George Washington voters could supply Kia taintied gallons of rum and fifty gallons off ramp punch out is that a Washington by good gb milgate or Horny dot on pump therapy. Viki just kidding around seventeen hundred and sixty five American distant some four point eight million gallons of rum along the east coast making it more available than Bisky in a major cities such as Boston. He congesting by the volume rope. May America May Beneath Rhode Island trump even joined gold as accepted currency but alcohol abuse currency is Nestle Jatoi before the revolutionary war sub lumping elegant. It was like Bonnie for people every man woman or child was drinking an average of thirteen point five liters of rum each your the Georgia Thurday on Hornish Sugar Tax Lago Kia and ultimately serum effect to up. America definitely wasn't pleased this tax. 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Jay Bus pivotally EXIT BURQA AD campaigns. About Israel to skate with the value. Bush has made a jolt. Was dime big coffee poplar. America's DOT T. He was asked to star in a film goal. Glass full of history just to get people in fun way about the great great history of run by American government. Drumcree Scopus Langley. Could because activity on the rump started selling and so the taxes from it started flowing it is about them which I'm Rika Copeland Ahmad Liquor Appalachia cue from distant rubbish. Do Pirates fuel do a sipping delight? Rum has come a long long way. It is like that Bollywood Ka Character Joepat who sleeps Beach Ducky Coty Whip Blah Blah vo slums Maluku Charta uncle Kushtia Petite Ski Se. Thirty we give give it as it buddy but he was we up near Hero. Runco Martin Luther King UNMADE THEM ICE TIKI. Bosma fashionable rich and Taghizadeh dance number as rookie eggs. Baked premium brands as many popular. Cocktails are made out of rum. Fin crafters delivered made. They gave the was some of the fine crafted premium. Rum's like Ron Bertran Ron. Sakaba dictator jaw defeat due to class and quality. Do you know one of the most expensive rooms in the world today. Cost about fifty four thousand dollars ahead. Nineteen forties bottle off J. Rey and nephew of expensive from Cassia. Here I hitch a mica and Mica was known to be an island made legendary by pirates. This expensive trump was made roughly seventy years ago and there are only four bottles left but so daikin is or chapel. Could he does. He put any favorite old monkeys odds. Indigo tzadok chose to rum and all the rum levels. This drink is absolutely a legend and with this it is time for me to sign off and come back soon with more on your favorite spirits. Subscribe to podcasts. To get all the interesting body on food booth and diets. I'm your host a Gangsta. And this is SORTA podcast Foodie. Quincy Oh quotas.
"rum" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality
"He's just wonderful. If I could just jump in if I make just one of worried I have and possibly strain too. Risky territory here One more with the With a An emerging production of rum in the UK is we tend to say at the moment at some distilleries thinking Everyone saying Rum's going to be the next thing we need to make a Rome. Disingenuous WILL NOT ENTIRELY SURE. They know exactly how to make a good run. They're just getting over. Some manassas then teeny putting it through still making some now. Great absolutely no problem with that the ball people making the better because if we can have a rum a sense in the same way. We have a Jason's than all of us will do very well out of that. My only concern is that it's incredibly easy to make a rubbish. It's not so easy to make a good run I'm what I don't want people to do is just rush out that make rum. And then put people off the market. How that's my biggest concern? Yeah good beautiful is a beautiful segue into the point of difference as far as them why I came to speak to you guys and this will start against with what inspired you to get into Rome in the first place so your history is the navy and then you ended up working. Geest in the Caribbean is that right. Can you just a little bit about? How did how did run become this? I I've been drinking rum full far too many years. I think I was first introduced to Robyn. Crikey was probably eight years old seven years old. My parents have always enjoyed from My father was in the Navy I've always had rum my life so to speak been feted. You get breakfast when you're in the navy yes or no. Let's have Bailey's on my measly but that's another story we brought up with Robin. Let's just put it that way. The navy peace and the wholesalers rum thing is not the biggest part actually. If I'm honest what the Navy allowed me to do of course was travel around the world and I would sample spirit signing Deidra from around the world and get an understanding but wellstone was in the Navy I was just a a sort of a level consumer I guess I had a couple of Favorites didn't I wasn't really obsessed with rum in that way Left the navy went to a flying out in the Caribbean. And of course all of a sudden I'm surrounded by rump. Plethora of different Roms different styles. Different islands different distilleries different types of styles etc jeter. And when I have time I didn't have a great deal of time. I have to say but when I did have the time in the islands I made it my My business to go and have a look at these distilleries. Understand the different ways that rum's were made understand the different tastes profiles get to really understand the Difference Between Agricole? And a you know a pop still English style Spanish Syrup Etcetera Etcetera Etcetera. And from that obsession and looking into it just really got into it so so I came home on leave from the Caribbean. At one point I was. I got to the end of then. One of my favorite run still is one of my favorite things in terms of economy and global nice run. It was a runner. Mantica English harbour five year old Very Good Round Punches. Way above its way in terms of taste flavor profile foot for for what it is today into that bottle in the UK. So a must be able to buy another one of these. Shouli looked on the tin tonight. No not a chance. I'm not very good at searching on the Internet. Have to say. But I couldn't find it so I turned to my buddy who have made full thirty one years or so Giles and set makes fancier than a little bit of a laugh. And we set up a company where we emulate these Jin clubs and we have club and we'll we'll get hold of Rum's the People Congo off the shelf Normally will send two members died. He said Yeah Gone. And so we did. We set up the roundup Was Never GonNa make us any money but what it did was it really got us into the Industry. In the way we got people understanding About us we understood about them. movement of RUM's who drinks walk Blah Blah Blah. And of course in the sampling of these runs before we were deciding which rum's to send two members we would have a few of an evening of course and then you get the old Drunk Toke and wouldn't it be great one day if we made our wrung all the complete pipedream was never going to happen right up to the point where I was made redundant in August seventeen clarify Ted Johnson said? We're GONNA do this than a wall because if I get back on the train we miss it. He sort of looked to me and said he serious. I said absolutely we took a deep breath. Went into and the rest as they say is history here. We are So that's that's how we came about munching for rum is just Agassi described really. Now I just love the culture. I've spent so long in the Caribbean and the way that rum affects people's lives a in a good way Canosa affected by the way we need to talk about. Laugh at them the way that the culture the lifestyle This there's no pretense with Rahm I find run to be quite binary When someone comes to Our Stein and tries from Isis. That knows about rum than it's a binary reaction it's I like it I'd I'd like it. Unlike Jin per se where there's all sorts of what can I smell and what garnish do? I have to put with this. There's no there's none of that it's real life and for me. Rome is life. It's all about everything it connected to it. It's about cultures having fun. It's about enjoying life with these days. You love and run. Plays a part in wise different. The kind of the feeling that you get what you say gene might be about the New Orleans as and and what it comes with. Rum's much fun of more. Binary seem to customs history history. Be The sort of The areas where it's most concentrated at anybody's listening to this has been to the Caribbean capture. Several you get that sense of Of well being when you go to a Caribbean island And a lot of that comes from the fact that a is not the didn't care about anything they just they. Just relax and Rome is a big part of that That's the dots. The drink of choice whenever axing and that relaxation of tape for example Dominika right one of my favorite islands in the Caribbean Third World Country Essentially Unfortunately completely wrecked by the last hurricane. It's in a real stay at amendments a beautiful beautiful tropical island. They have the largest number per capita of octogenarians and the largest number per capita centenarians in the world on the tiny island population of seventy thousand..
"rum" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"I'm just cracked crab is featuring fresca GonNa be killer shows. Scared me for Nate abshot and also VINCA DOT com. You will see that. I'm coming to Cap City Comedy March Eleventh Twelfth Thirteenth and fourteenth. I'll Alya so. Let's hang out in Austin because I fucking love. Okay get into next door here. We go sending by Sean Anderson at Sean. Seventy aged A. W. N. E. C. that spelling. Very podcast maybe. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe twitter I duNno Avondale Dale Arizona us but it comes to us for some reason from K. H. O. U. IN HOUSTON and. There's another story from Houston. Police arrested arrested a woman after she allegedly tried to light her boyfriend on fire already lover because he would not celebrate with her after she got hired heard a subway restaurants. I got a artist artist. You Talk About Art Chad subway sandwich. My kids love subway sci-fi kids love so I they wanna go all the frigging tosh had. Have you ever done this. Where you're you're with your kid and she does something that she's done away from you and it gives you an insight into them that you didn't know and it surprises you in a way that you're like I don't know my kids like When I caught her trying to sneak out the house you know mine was when I went to subway with my kids and my youngest daughter ordered? She's ordered I was a good you order. She's like I have a tuna sandwich. which on already or like a tuna sandwich on wheat bread with spinach and tomatoes? I'm like the number one who does that number two. You've never eaten that combination of food ever in front of me. Like what are you gonNA kill me in. My sleep is what I was bathroom just one. Subway order appeals. Do have another family that you're apart of innocent since Chris let slip out so she's mad that she didn't want to celebration. We're GONNA celebrate and I'm a light you on fire because you didn't celebrate a lot of people getting things and causing problems because of it and it's all about they could've gone the other way destruction with the hope of a positive results go separate. That's the thing of my so excited. I cannot wait to tell him. He's going to be happier than I am. He doesn't even give her a hot and then she straight to. I'm going to set your ass on K.. Motherfucker all right. I'm a light you up you what that toasted I hope. Got A job at quiz right. I hope just before she struck the match she just slowly turned her subway visor. Just to the side just just a little bit. Yeah just like. She's still wearing it at home over here. Fingerprints meltzer her and those are new fingers or fingerprints. A- Kathy Jones now faces charges of Aggravated assault and criminal damage. According to police report Jones told officers. She hadn't that brain cocaine. Kathy joke that was going Kathy Jones and me. Oh Yeah Okay me and Mrs Jones. Another the counting crows their Jones Scott to be the most using last name popular need. Yeah that's what I was thinking. Another gotTA think. Thank Kathy Jones. She allegedly told officers love this. She had to smirnoff ice alcoholic beverages. Yeah Yeah I said to. To quote strong mixed drinks that contained rum. First of all the last time any of you drank rum. That was not on a beach. Who is drinking jaw drink Rahman lesser in Nassau Bahamas? I will admit I did have times early in my twenties. I I was like I'll do a captain and coke But then I I as I read this when I was picking the stars. When is the last? Somebody's been like rum. Feels like outside of beach. Strength Rumsfield Bars. What can I grab you? What can I grab? You arrived straight straight straight ice or anything in it so we left Minnesota and it was the beginning of March down to this island. How Be Goddamn that there wasn't a pirate ship down there so we hop on the pirate ship and they give us finger sandwiches? Drink made of Rob Rob is in the hall the whole drink. It was darker I'm light around And we got toasty. This is my L. Suck. I got him my family a lot of this. You don't think they're doing anything to you. I mean you're sitting there and you're all were drinking them the sons out. Everything's fine. Yeah and then you go to get up all night guy fell go. Well you're right you're walking funny. 'cause you're on the pirate ship may hey think you're fine and then you get on land. I'll be Goddamn if you can walk straight adult thyroid. Now I'll put you on your ass. I loved it so much. I pour it on my hot dish. Go on the pirates. You'RE GONNA thinker. Not doing anything to you. They'll sneak up on you get chuck. That's a rum drink. Used to be here on rum people town mid West people also like to tell you you could drink that all day. No one's trying into by the way if we don't release our own bottle of rum people come on. We are doing the islands island's disservice. I think they should deliver it. We should make our own people down and we should make our own rumpelstiltskin rumpelstiltskin and if you sell it down. Yeah that's where we were all saying if you say the name of the company three times.
"rum" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Lift goes difficult childhood and how those early experiences drove drove her to pursue a life of adventure independence in nineteen twenty one. Gertrude moved to the Bahamas to represent a British import export firm. Free from prohibition laws she was one of many alcohol wholesalers who sold to rem runners the runners then smuggled the contraband into the United States. However Gertrude faced pushback from the other exclusively male wholesalers her competitors bribed the runners telling them not to purchase any of gertrude food product? She was forced to get creative if the runners would him bring her liquor to the people. Gertrude would have to sail it. There herself she loaded her cargo onto captain. Bill McCoy schooner the Erath Ouza in the summer of nineteen twenty three and headed for rum row to sell her wares in. This week's episode will detail Gertrude. TIME IN RUM row. And how she earned the respect of the men who ran the liquor trade and the adoration of the the international press will also discover how a shipwreck a false arrest and publicized. Trial brought about the downfall of the Bahama Queen on July Eleventh Nineteen twenty-three the Era Sousa arrived at rum row. After six days at sea rum row was the nickname used by both rum runners and the coast guard for the line of Alcohol Laden ships that docked just outside the maritime limits of US less law enforcement three miles off the coast of Atlantic City. New Jersey the vessels acted as floating liquor stores for those who were brave enough to sail past the coast guard and smuggled goods onto dry land and they carried much more than rum. Smugglers dealt contraband. Scotch Ri- Gin Bourbon. When champagne and brandy rum row wasn't considered a suitable place for a lady like Gertrude? The boats were often targeted by hijackers and thieves. Thieves captains like bill had to be fully armed in order to protect their precious cargo larger ships. That were financed by by mobsters like big bill. Dwyer Charles Lucky Luchino featured happy hours live music and dancing call. Girls frequently sailed without to rum row where they could charge double the price for their services before we talk about psychology. Just a quick disclaimer. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. Kaya tryst but she has done a lot of research for the show. Thank Sammy the forbidden fruit effect is the idea that forbidden substances like alcohol are actually more attractive to people. Because of their illicit status Robert J Mukundan professor of law and Psychology at Stanford University pointed out that the forbidden forbidden fruit effect is an illustration of the principle of scarcity humans associates scarcity with quality. So when something is restricted we desire it even more those who supported prohibition laws thought they were putting an end to end morality in reality. Crime flourished like never before. Aw thanks to bill McCoy. The crew members of the Earth Ouzo were safe from most of Rum rose temptations. Bill was a strict teetotaller and forbade made his men from drinking while they were on board. He also made sure that they didn't associate with the larger party. Boats as he felt it was safer to keep to themselves in her memoir. Gertrude described how the buyers arrived at rum row quote each evening. At about five o'clock we would search the horizon through the binoculars dealers for the little speedboats to me. They resembled little skimming bugs with white spray wings speeding towards us on the water buyers in motorboats order boats docked alongside the air where they could read the posted signs that advertise two bills liquor and prices. Once the buyers came aboard they were taken to bills cabin cabin where they could try samples and negotiated deal while they were docked in rum row. No one on the Earth Ouza used their real names. Bill went by Mike Captain. Mac and Gertrude used the nickname she had been given during her San Francisco. Days Cleo Gertrude recounted a night where a suspicious man came aboard he was by himself which was unusual buyers usually came in small groups or pairs as it was dangerous to sail to rum wro alone. She also noted that he seemed to choosy and wouldn't commit to buying anything even after trying multiple samples as he wasted time time. Gertrude realized that there were no guns currently on deck. She alerted bill. who made up an excuse to go down below? When he returned he was holding as many guns as he could carry as soon as the stranger saw the ammunition he made his excuses and left? They never saw him again. which which proved to gertrude that he was not a regular buyer and had been inspecting the ships along rum row to mark them for his hijackers? The ships cashbox often often held as much as one hundred thousand dollars. The equivalent of about one point five million dollars today. This large amount of cash was a huge target for the thugs that frequently targeted the ships on rum row bill safe in his cabin where his dog a one hundred thirty pound Newfoundland named the old faithful stood guard. Old Faithful had been with bill since he was a puppy. The inseparable pair initially shared a single bed and the captain's quarters. There's when the dog got bigger buil built a second bed so old faithful didn't have to sleep on the floor. One time bill decided to stay ashore in a hotel hell leaving old faithful on the boat in the morning. A hotel worker poked his head into bills room and asked if he owned a big black dog. Old Faithful had swum ashore and lay under bills window all night. Bill had the utmost faith in his canine companion. He wants explained that if anyone tried to touch touch the safe while old faithful was aboard the thief would have to kill or be killed. Bill McCoy also had a way to a safely send deposits of cash sure while he was docked in rum. Row Ben McCoy. Bill's brother was stationed on land in Atlantic city. Every few days as he takes his boat out to meet the Earth Ouza bringing fresh water fruit and soft drinks for the crew. Then he'd sail back with an envelope of the cash these periodic here. Yada deposits ensured that if the Earth Ouza was hijacked they wouldn't lose all of their profits while hijackings and kidnappings were prevalent. The United States Coast Guard was the biggest threat to smugglers. They frequently patrolled the waters around rum row in their large two hundred foot long cutter ships. The Era Sousa by comparison was only one hundred thirty feet long. The Earth Ouza was safe from prosecution as long as they stayed behind the rum. Line which marked the end of the US's maritime jurisdiction buyers however wrist arrest every time they cross the room line to carry their liquor purchases ashore. Gertrude recounted a disturbing story about the Coast Guard in her memoir one night in July nineteen twenty-three an an elderly couple came aboard to buy twenty five cases once they were loaded up and sailing away. Gertrude heard two loud gunshots. It was dark night so the couple hadn't noticed that they were being trailed by a coastguard ship. The cutter waited until the couple had loaded their cargo and crossed back over the rum line. Then they fired. Gertrude noted that it was eerily quiet as the coastguard towed. The couple's boat away. She couldn't verify if anyone one had actually been hit and they never heard anything about that. Couple again gertrude. Mentioned another frightening coastguard raid. That occurred during her three weeks in rum row and one night while the Ariza was surrounded by contact votes full of buyers. The Coast Guard took drastic measures to try to scare them off in an attempt to force the contact boats to scatter and sail back over the room. Line the Coast Guard started firing across the.
"rum" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69
"Attraction was instant quote. Something hit me hit me hard. Bill explained to gertrude that because her product was so superior to everything. Else on the island the other wholesalers wholesalers were doing their best to freeze her out of the business bootleggers. We're being bribed by the other liquor suppliers to stay away from Gertrude. The only way we should be able to sell her Ri- was if she took it to rum row herself he offered Gertrude. The remaining cargo space left on the Earth Ouza. If she accompanied accompanied her product. She could sell it directly to the contact boats that visited rum row by cutting out the middleman. She would make a larger profit since bill. Technically technically was the middleman. It's strange that he would make gertrude. This proposition by allowing gertrude. To take up valuable cargo space with liquor he couldn't sell he was technically losing money and because she wasn't an experienced sailor like the rest of his crew she was also a liability. Bill knew he couldn't by Gertrude. Stock without incurring the wrath of a rival wholesalers but by allowing Gertrude to join him on his trip to rum row bill was able to help her without directly. Going against the gangsters orders. He was only transporting liquor not selling it so he was in the clear. It seems strange that bill would go to so much trouble on behalf of stranger but Gertrude mentioned that when she first saw bill she was immediately attracted to him. Maybe for bill the feeling was this mutual later on he told a writer that he found Gertrude. To be a fascinating. plucky Spitfire the rough waters of rum. Row were no place place for a lady Gertrude. But something about bills demeanor made her trust him. She checked in with mother who would certainly know if bill had any skeletons Gallatin in his closet but she assured Gertrude that he was a man of fine character. He wouldn't let anything happen to her. While on board the Earth. Ouza Gertrude left. If the Duke in charge of the office and had her cargo loaded up the very same day on July Fifth Nineteen twenty-three the Era Sousa set sail on choppy waters. Gertrude was seasick for most of that first day as her stomach heaved. She started second guessing her rash decision. She didn't know any of the men on the ship. Even bill was still a stranger. How could she know they wouldn't harm her or steal? Her profits fits at bedtime. Gertrude realized that she had forgotten all about sleeping arrangements as a lady. She couldn't be expected to bunk with the rest of the crew. Bill offered to share the captain's quarters with her. She could take her choice of the cabins two beds and he would take the other one. A cabin boy would sleep on the floor in between between them acting as a chaperone bill short her that he would only use the cabin to sleep so she still could maintain some privacy. The way bill described it gertrude and the crew had a dynamic that was reminiscent of Wendy. The Lost Boys. The men were respectful. Well behaved an even a little shy shy. Normally when they were at sea the men showered by standing on the deck naked whenever it rained with gertrude onboard. Most men were too who nervous to disrobe in the mornings. A chef named Frenchie made it his duty to serve Gertrude breakfast in bed for dinner. He served her special dishes. Che's that he wouldn't even give to bill. During downtimes. The crew would gather on-deck for music and dancing. Frenchie played violin and accompanied Gertrude. Does she sang songs from her movie theater days. The men drew her pictures and presented her with a ship in a bottle. Bill said that with Gertrude onboard. They quote for more like a Sunday school picnic than a gang of rum runners. After six days at sea the Earth Ouza arrived at rum row. Oh on July eleventh nineteen twenty-three as they dropped anchor bill readied his swivel machine gun the crew would need it to protect themselves from the attempted attempted hijackings and coastguard raids. They were about to face. Gertrude heard bill announced his presence through a megaphone to the nearby boats. The ARIZA was now open for business. Gertrude was officially a bootlegger. Thanks.
"rum" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of rum kids love liquor no wonder craft distilleries are on the rise in a decade we've gone from just a few hundred of them to almost two thousand our series the American spirit concludes with a look at the United States of distilleries next time on one end that's coming up tonight at eleven PM hearing KQED public radio this is the California report good morning I'm Saul Gonzalez and I'm originally in Los Angeles California is currently in a state of emergency governor Gavin Newsom declared it so yesterday at this hour hundreds of thousands of Californians are evacuated from their homes millions are without power cut on purpose by utilities like P. Jeannie to reduce the risk that their equipment sparks of fire although that appears to be what sparked California's most menacing fire threat the Kincaid fire which is grown since we talked about it on Friday burning fifty four thousand acres at last count it's just five percent contained and they're also fire worries this morning in Los Angeles a wind whipped blazes burning near the Sapulpa pass in four or five freeway in West Los Angeles it's forced mandatory evacuations here the Getty center in LA's affluent Brentwood neighborhood over seventy acres have burned so far and some structures of caught on fire although temperatures of cool now a strong winds are expected for the next few hours back in northern California is the Kincaid fire continues to burn evacuees from around the region are filling emergency shelters in Santa Rosa a community that still recovering from devastating fires two years ago KQED is Vanessa run Kanya reports neighbors there are finding ways to ease their anxiety I lending a hand outside the emergency shelter at the Santa Rosa veterans memorial building spider man Deadpool and Captain America are taking photos with three boys they've just arrived wearing face masks to protect their little ones from the smoke I want to give the super heroes and that a boy from the marine corps today you for being here and doing what you're doing this delightful thing John Jarvis.
"rum" Discussed on Killer Cocktails
"Hey guys you are listening to kill her cocktails where the drinks are stiffed. The buddies are stiffer. This is a casual true crime podcast where two friends get get drunk and talk about gruesome murders each week we pick a different drink whose name or ingredients set the tone for our stories. Hey guys does Jackie. This is Jay and this is episode fifty one killer cocktail. That's Rad glad yeah here we go. What are we doing today? Well we are talking about the Rum Punch. I I say talking about because we had run punches his when we were in Portland we had a fun little I'd call it impromptu but it wasn't really impromptu. We had a whole `nother thing planned and those plans went sideways and we said but why don't we just be friends yes and have a trip to Portland. It was like a business trip. You know those bonding as wonderful as you men are producer camera. Yeah we did trust falls. We did lady's feather stiff of the board. I wish we missed opportunity yeah but yeah we it was also we wrote tripped over there and we were supposed to be working on their stories. Instead can redid Zero Work Kim Ry gave. This is really cool car game. Oh my God yeah so it's essentially you you pick a category like the song that songs from High School. Yes Ashcroft Yeah you pick whatever it is gonNA be about cars. Yeah Your First Concert Song. Make you cry songs have make you giggle and then you put it you get Cabela's lately and you have to make sure you're not looking at what other people have put and then you put on show and I guess not only what is the category that the song fell into but then also who put it in there yeah yeah wonderful little stories as to why that song for that category it was great game a great car game but alas. We did not do her homework so this episode is coming out late and we are so sorry sorry story but we are all better friends because of it yeah so I hope you guys can take solace in that so we are in Portland and Kyrie also finds us the most amazing airbnb yeah it was awesome. It was molly like just like normal nice and clean but it was neat. No like the whole style of the the house was yeah or GIS in the decoration. I seem cool not yet that started the decor and like you go out the back and it's like a romanesque kind of feel and they have have the slake hot tub and shrubs that are amazing and the psych canvas over these like lounge chairs and it's called the Milan John House yeah in Michael and Sasha are the best and they have the best cat o Wiley Kat was amazed hill of Wiley cab driver kept calling him willie cat ignoring his name right but then one of those great fat Cat Michael Sasha says that widely has like a ton of like fans and he had these two girls who were like his little girlfriends and they always come in they stay at their place because they WANNA hang out with Wiley make sense but yeah they have a a couple of bedrooms and they have like a whole downstairs area and the basement was rat. You have your own like the-there area and you have massage chair trapped in it I it was quite wait typically and there's a whole kitchen and they have an espresso like if you need to go stay in Portland and you're looking for airbnb Moana look for the Milan the House and that's Michael and Sasha on airbnb. They are amazing no plug. We're not getting into that which is really enjoyed the plant and like I really really really really want third cat but I don't think they'll ever give all right. Thanks all right great trip and so we went and got massages as we went and had Sushi like we just Kinda went and did shit and we ended up at this place called punchbowl social which was cool. We were there in like early in today super early. It was like to wish it was not only shoulder season but just like dead's Ville timing so we kind of have the place yourself. You could imagine it when it's like bumping off the chain chain but it was like being in a rich person's mansion with all the toys. No one else was around like various centric yeah like and I had gone to one of these Minnesota. Oh I didn't know Oh that you didn't say that I said that like eight times during the kept telling me about the Minnesota trip and I kept saying how carrying I ordered the punchbowl we'll just punch bull touted that those to save and I was saying Gene Oh my God you're kind of obsessed with that trip. Sometimes they tell me what I deem it. Sometimes I feel like you don't listen to me. I the number all of those were conversation. I just missed the one part which was putting a little a little part of the story. That was why I was telling the story. I'll tell stories you're like. Why are you telling me that I told us? Why are you telling me that I was like you came in the same crystal? I ah just let you were making ties like because there's so many places that have punch bowls. I'm literally just lie your about another experience with such kinds of fun moment so we go to this place called the punchbowl all social which by the way in case anyone's wondering is a chain. Oh we're not cutting any there we actually have it to ourselves and we have this really cool bartender his name's Jake and he's really accommodating and putting up with other shenanigans because we oppose close acuity paternity we got to play darts and we got to do Karaoke like it was like in our own little room so we belted so every time the check on us we would would have this legal fight silence over drinks to shut the door. They think you but jake gave us the recipe for the punchbowl that we order here and receive can hear it a whatever this drink was it was five parts from haven two parts Bacardi eight year two parts or Jeet Five Parts Pomegranate T. L. O. Lime juice and when I asked him because there's no part to lime juice has just lime juice detainees changed or you didn't see him. He was like lapping at up with his tongue in the back. He was like little hope he didn't do that yeah so I don't remember what that one was called. I highly recommend the pool social. They're they're conscious pretty good. The atmosphere was fun yeah if you're like a homebody you're not going to like it. No yes especially if it's busy yeah so a shoutout to jake underscore feral J. k. e. underscore F. A. R. The L. L. He is a future nurse and you can go see him at the punch bowl social in Portland and then maybe have them dryer blitz time there you go maybe at several occasions uh-huh. I hope they're doing a blood drive. Yeah all right perfect. Will that was your cocktail hour own eight. There's more what National Rum Punch Days September twenty five so that's coming up mark your calendars. I recommend Rum Punch gas was another one of our moves where we didn't trust ourselves bartenders milic Letaba professional making especially in this case. I'm really glad because we not have wanted to make a bowl of Rum Punch launch and then get chased off. I mean it was nice. I would agree a- that was fun. Yeah that was a great time then we snuck it into a restroom stop. It didn't see where did we put it hydrofoil. The restaurant and the water was like empty in our water so stupid. We'll get that word out but that's funny now. Keep that all right. That's like twenty two year old Shit right there. I'm poor Porsche all right enough about being poor Jane ridiculous with jump into the true crime so I'm GonNa tell you guys about. Emily Swan other lady eighty emily's born in eighteen sixty mile right and oh goody I feel it got a little she born in England to a respectable family and she grows up and she marries a man named William Swan who has a glass blower so at this point she is only four four feet ten inches tall. That's short and she's hundred and two pounds. She has around face she's a cool little hat and the sort of I could find her by the by the time she is forty two years old she has eleven children. Oh skipped a lot of her life. All right yeah well you know Victorian area and we don't know much about Ladies Eighties Okay so William is not the nicest man and in fact it is known that him and emily would get into fights and he would beat her pretty bad but this is is very common during this time no one did anything so have this really large family and they need extra income so they decided to rent out a room in their house and and they're currently living in a womb well in Yorkshire ooh riding of you and one day this man named John Gallagher Moose then and now some say that Emily John Start having this epic love affair come like right away or is gonNA in secret but eventually people start hearing word of right okay in the fighting becomes worse and worse between emily and her husband and John Farley moves out and he takes up residency like down the street at another neighbor's house however John Still visits emily and the fighting continues so he finally decides to move to Bradford so he's like. I'M GONNA GET OUTTA here. It's too hot for me. I love you emily but by so on June sixth six of nineteen o three emily heads to the neighbor's house that Jonah staying at when she arrived she has this big shawl covering her head in she walks in she sees John's their neighbors there so she starts to take off the shawl and they can see that she has two huge black is in he's just folder Morton Tobacco Tobacco and this is the story of Harry no and he's just like beat her up so bad and this just sends John off the edge and he's any says I'll go and give him something for himself for that yeah and another neighbor report seeing John Run into the swans house with emily really running after him and they can hear John saying all coffin him before morning. That's quite as saying no one says that even though I'm that was warning it sounds of fight breakout and it lasts for like ten minutes and then John Finally leaves the House and goes back into the neighbor's place in he he tells them I busted four of his ribs and Al Bus four more then John tells the neighbor that I'll finish them out before I go to Bradford and he like goes back overdose overdose swans house and he says I'll murder the pig before morning he is full of if you can't kick him in he he Shan't kick a woman and then another fight begins in the neighbor. Here's emily say give it to him. Johnny ten minutes later Emily and John Leave Emily's house holding hands in English say they showed every sign of affection. Meanwhile William is laying dead inside the house. they then walked back to the neighbor's house and they tell them what happened. the police eventually arrive in they arrest emily but this point John has escaped and he's on the run for two months before finally only being tracked down at a relative's house so they go to trial and the trial begins on October of nineteen three and the bear stir explains how how John and Emily's relationship was of a misdirected order but explains how John had merely gone to the House to Confront William for tacking emily their their defense insisted that neither John Nor Emily intended to kill William however the judge brought up the comment heard by a neighbor when he said Afa..
"rum" Discussed on Clarity and The Truth of Spirituality with Laura Bungarz
"Effort. So basically, you spend your life in your head waiting to retire. That's what we do. And maybe we look up every once in a while and notice the people around us and notice the things that go on. Maybe we look up every once in a while and hold a door open for somebody, maybe we were taught to do that. Maybe that's the sort of ingrained. So it's like a habit. You just sort of do it. Because that's what somebody told you, you were supposed to do. Maybe it's not a habit. Maybe don't do that because nobody modelled it for you. Because you weren't shown. Or maybe. On that drive to work in the morning. You're so in your head about all the things that need to be done. And the bills that have to be paid and higher going to be late for work because of traffic for the third time this week, maybe you're just so stuck in your head with all the things. That it's impossible for you to pay attention to what's going on around you and notice that you didn't hold the door and notice that the person needs help crossing the street or the little lady need help of the stairs. Maybe you just forgot to notice. Because to stuck in your head. So if you go down that rabbit hole, and you get in your head too far. You end up depressed and, or anxious miserable angry. You sit in victim. Life happens. To me, all these people are against me, and life happens to me. Right. People do things to me. I have no control over my reality, where everything is happening to me. And that makes you angry. So you're angry. You're depressed you're anxious. You're stressed out to the max. You don't sleep. Right. You're unhealthy. You make yourself, sick physically ill because all of that stuff manifest in the body somewhere. Right. So you make yourself physically ill. And then you started at una firing as this sick angry. Pest depressed person, right? And down the path we go. It's so so important. To realize that you are not your head. You are not that crazy stream of crap that the tape that plays in your head. You are not that your mind. Does nothing. It just wants attention as, like a toddler that won't shut up. It just wants attention it just wants you to respond to it. And it will say absolutely anything. To get you to focus on it, and what it saying to get your attention. But you have control. You can turn that down. You can turn the volume down you can stop responding to your mind, you can shut that down. You do not have to live like that. You don't have to tell yourself those stories you do not have to do that. You are not a victim to your reality. You create it. If you're miserable, and an angry and depressed and all those other things that's gonna be reflected back to you. So if you don't like, what you're seeing in your outside world, then you simply change it, you change your response to it. And then the world around his shifts. So how do we become decent human beings? We become decent human beings. But getting out of our heads. By looking up by taking a breath. By not being so caught up in the script that Rum's runs through our minds that were unable to see what's going on around us. Right. And we see the extreme version of what happens when people get stuck in their heads. They forget they forget their pets in the car. They forget, there are kids in the car. They forget all kinds of things. This is the kind of stuff that starts to happen. When people get to stock in their heads. They start to forget the most basic and all that is folks as tragic is that appears on the surface, all that is, is the universe showing you. The two need to look up and take a breath. And you need to start paying attention to what's going on around you because it's always going to be reflected back to you. So
"rum" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"So we all chance of tasting some of the white rum or Blunk Rum's. He might see it with either term that utilize on the label is self would you think of the Florida Cana or we had some Cardi or we actually had some of the cane rum from says Iraq. I mean, what do you guys think of just, you know, white rum in general? Really that distinctive. You know across a lot of these products. Definitely think you definitely get a lot of different flavor. Profiles is aged might not know it because it's white. Yeah. But definitely tasted four or five different ones. I think there was different flavor per phone each one. Yeah. Seem to beg for cocktails. You know, you're like, okay tasting room. It's fine. But the aids rooms, I think where you really get complexity and where you really enjoy them the white rooms, you're like are what are we gonna make with this is definitely not sipping room. Yeah. Giant question. Mark in the sky is they age, they're white rom. And then they take the color out of it with charcoal filtering, but for the golden amber Rome's, they add color into it. Yeah. Guys. I agree. So I think probably one of the main flavor profiles that very distinctive and missing from a lot of the white Rum's is sugar. I mean, I really don't find, you know, the, the sweet, you know, characteristic really comes through with a lot of the blocker white rooms. Agreed. That purpose would be for the use to eat all that sugar to give us more alcohol. So like any other distillate spirit, you're not trying to leap sugar in there. You want? Alcohol would fund the concept of a cast rinks white rum or blank to be that would be kind of like. Okay. Well, I'm sorry. What did you say? I just hang on a second. I've got to get my hand on. So a navy is there any navy strength white run the Wray and nephew, which they drink in Jamaica to get drunk interest sulfur. They drink it over ice. That's what I'm talking about. I'm sorry. So, but you know, that I think that that is one of the misnomer. So a lot of people are thinking is that. That's the reason why you find, you know, white rum. That's utilizing so many cocktails because you're actually bringing a lot of the sugars, you know, enter the equation, and as opposed to other white liquors like vodka where again, you're bringing all the flavor components to the party, so to speak, you know, in the cocktail, so, you know, still widely used and some really great, you know, blocks for sure. We'll talk about some of those on another episode on her best episode. But definitely check out the Florida Khanna blank on as well as the Bacardi as well are some really great choices. We'll next up in the category. Rum's that we're going to talk about are the gold Rum's and one of the Rum's. That's probably a great example. This is a distillery that we will you probably talking about quite a bit, which is Appleton estate. I would say the five or the ten year either one of those might say via wrecks and a Roman numeral on the Appleton estate. So this room can actually be found very affordable. These are things that are about twenty bucks. You'll find him all over the place, the Appleton is a typical Jamaican rum. And that's what I'm talking about. Jamaica. Can credit? Sorry. It's just like he. No sorry. It's like a Freudian thing. Anyway. So it's a typical Jamaican rum with peppery spice that notes that are mingled with flavors of citrus as well..
"rum" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"Rum is one of the most varied spirits in the world. There are white Rum's. There's gold Rum's there's age Rum's their spice Rum's, their Latin Rum's French roms Britain Rum's American rooms, Brazilian rooms, an Asian Rum's. There's a lot of rum around the world. So run can be made from a variety of types of sugar. There can be made from molasses or they can be made from sugarcane Jews are probably to the main ingredients of that. You'll make rump from they can even made from sugarcane. Honey, I'm you might see designations on the labels that can be quite confusing rum may know spe- spelled the same way it can be spelled both with or without an age. So they're both used very common. A no for today's historical moment on Rome is good old go curia n-. So the history of ram goes back to NEW GUINEA where it's a believed that sugarcane originated, and the real quick version of it is that it went from NEW GUINEA to China and India the Arabs picked it up. And then it went to Europe and Christopher Columbus was like, hey, I'm taking that. Over to the Canary Islands in the West Indies. So it got spread around the world in any warm climates pretty quickly wherever it would grow. And this led to a little thing called the triangle trade where Christopher Columbus was pretty directly involved and taking the West Indies molasses to New England having the mic rumoured out of it. And then in return taking that to Africa where they traded for slaves. This went on for quite some time until the English quite the English. Royal Navy said, maybe we're not gonna do that anymore and queasy. Queasy to manufacture in England. We do do this. So we're just going to step in and do this also failed pretty certain. There was a king, then Keane clean. It was someone was a really bad but just accent. So when the when the English for we're not doing this league whole slave trade across the ocean anymore. So what you need to do is buy your rump from us instead of the West Indies. Then we had a little thing called the American revolution. Some people say it was because of tea, but we may be no it to be because from the room. So once rum was a little prohibited in the US than a lot of stuff started happening here and eventually returned to whiskey. No. Yeah. You know, there's tons of history. You know, surrounding both of the products that are always in contention. And I would describe it with the people that have and the have not those in power those, you know, without power, and it's interesting that the relationship between products that for lack of a better word or send products in taxes both around tobacco, alcohol, all the stuff. We talk about on this show..
"rum" Discussed on KQED Radio
"What is rome springer rum's spring a spring and what you wanna do is listen to the sound of that and try and figure out where that might come from what is rum's spring as also rum stringer spell this are you m s p r i n g a that was the name of a very unsuccessful highly alcoholic former secretary of defense works for me that's it you can get this now that you've got the points let's get this this is this a beverage it is not what does it sound like to you dramatic yes it does something but it's it's native to this country amish i it's it's associated this is are we in amish we are in llamas territories the period of well grace maybe the wrong word for it where young potential truly orthodox devotees of amateurish stray our emissions the atlas call it the amish way are allowed to basically experienced the world that they might be renouncing its belong in having a springer go down to fort lauderdale and see how v how amish you really are and then come back it'd be one you know what before they blow a ten points i'm glad i gave him a ten point that's exactly what it is i am told that happens most during the spring it is from the pennsylvania german pennsylvania deutsch term for running around it refers to a period of adolescence for some members of the amish movement that begins at the age of sixteen and ends when youth either chooses baptism into the church or instead leaves the community that could be fifty eight fifty nine let's go underground for which is tony steams chance to have a little fun at webster's expense one of you will correctly define the following word to will bluff ten points caroline if your team can find the rose among thorns take a few moments to come up with a definition for the word springs s p r i n g e along with our spring theme springs sprint gentlemen.
"rum" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3
"What is rome springer rum's springer from spring and what you wanna do is listen to the sound of that and try and figure out where that might come from what is rum's spring bros also rum springer spell this are you m s p r i n g a that was the name of a very unsuccessful highly alcoholic former secretary of defense works for me that's it you can get this now that you've got the points this is this a beverage it is not what does it sound like to you germanic it's something but it's it's native to this country amish i it's it's associated with this isn't it are we amish terry are in lavas territory the the period of well grace may be the wrong word for it where young potential truly orthodox devotees amateurish stray emiss emission est nece the atlas call it the amish way are allowed to basically experience the world that they might be renouncing its having a springer go down to fort lauderdale and see how amish v how amish you really are and then come back if you want you know what before they blow ten points i'm glad i gave it a ten point that's exactly what it is i am told that happens mostly in the spring from the pennsylvania german pennsylvania deutsch term for running around it refers to a period of adolescence for some members of the amish movement that begins at the age of sixteen and ends when the youth either chooses baptism into the church or instead leaves the community that could be about fifty eight fifty nine let's go underground core which is tony's teams chance to have a little fun that webster's expense one of you will correctly define the following word to will bluff ten points caroline if your team can.