24 Burst results for "Red Stripe"

"red stripe" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

07:29 min | 7 months ago

"red stripe" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"And I found them. So what I might have gotten like amen. How are you doing with the sound there? I know that the sound is pretty cool. I'm picking it up. I'm picking it up. But what about the people? Is the people picking it up? The people who are. Here. Who's picking up what? Okay. So listen, I didn't catch you on a short amount of time. But I figured I'd just ask you a couple more questions and attending, which I'm surprised as handy is another fellow Poe. I come to discover this here. I think it was 2016 I remember in Hollywood at this place called was red, red stripe cafe. He's an amazing bowl. And she was hosting an event there and I met Tammy and the coolest thing that draw me to her she had a tattoo you still have that. Oh yeah, yeah. She had a tattoo on her forehead. I thought it was so connected, right? So I was kind of drawn to her energy. She was real quiet. And then when she got on my computer, I just got to go with her poetry spirit. You have apologies period, you know, as a side don't artistry, you know, your artists vibe, 'cause you're trying to totally need the person that you want to cover. So and then so then that's how we met. And I always know he followed each other from there and I've always had a love for, you know, Tammy, I see her what she's doing. She's just always been a beautiful experience. So, I love her poetry. Getting vaccinated. I believe it or not because I don't think that you believe me when I tell you that I know you're fully. I do. Okay. Okay. We're doing dual interviews here. I'm always interviewing Tammy weekend and we got in to find something new this week. I know that Tammy now has a secret hidden tally that she used to be a poor. Probably still is just a little poetry. I'm sure it's like oh no, that's just how I started. That's just how you started. I mean, most musicians, I guess, come from that background horse who have that similar background where you're doing poetry. As comedy doesn't work. I can tell you right now my jokes we can't put them in the poetry. If anything you might have to throw me into what you guys called earlier, red poetry. That's where I think my if I had to reach stuff before you translate my jobs and be straight red bullets, which I have a question you said you don't like to do. Yeah, it was worth it. That's the term I've heard in the past. I guess I'm saying that wrong. Red poetry. I thought it was the term that used for a radical. No, they call it kind of wasted. A lot of people. Ironically, okay, so but you said you don't like to do it. So I'm going to go a lot in the box because I'm going to do it. You know, I think that will add never done a lot more. When I made the decision to say, this journey that I'm on, I go to a lot of spots, but I think I put in the atmosphere of what I want. What I want to do. So I'm going to love this. Yeah, to marriage and you know stuff like that. Right. Intimacy. Right. That's a fantastic. You know, maybe stuff like that, or we would just hail them. You know what the wine? And they can not tell you what dogs actually do. I love sex. I am no stranger. I've the baby on some of those. You know what? I would love to keep cooking if you're branding it. I think we'll get lost on it, but I really want to make sure I want to get as many good questions as I can before I knew what you did. So I guess this is something curious to me here. Now I know that you said you came into poetry through circumstance situations. But do you have any poet favorites? Do you have any that you look up to or might not say look up to or maybe inspired by? Are there any names out there that you feel are some of your favorites? Well, I mean, let me just say this. And people always say, oh, then you talk so much. Why can't you just answer the question? This show is designed to talk to you. You're going to break. I believe that. When I first decided to embrace his journey in 2015, I would sit on the couch and I literally want you to a lot when I started to do a YouTube without a local college that I would see around. Sure. I started with ginseng mentor Cox. I started with a rare radical and what I found was you couldn't find a lot of the old school board that I knew. You couldn't find a lot of stuff online for them. So then I started to own a lot of other things. And I started to see I'm like, okay, sunny Patterson. Who is out of Louisiana? Oh yeah, so there's a brain from Chicago you got Georgia Lee who is to read the Harper from Atlanta with she has what you call it to me today. So make a festival a whole day to her in Georgia. She is Georgia Beacon from Atlanta and she is freaking going okay. She is don't like in your brain. And then so then there's Asia, which I really love, but I'm gonna tell you about South Florida. So the reason why it is so hard for polis to actually succeed is because people associate like they often either they go on to the church or they're going to the place that they perform. It's one of the other poets. Either way, that's what we're here for. But people poetry is not like music. He doesn't have its high and keep going going. He has his but when I tell you about what South Florida has himself to have the Jews, we have some amazing boys. Now do I have any favorites? No, 'cause I'm in love with these. We are saying I'm so low with poetry. They're accurate. Say, oh, this is my favorite person that's my favorite person. You know, but I can call off some amazing people that I know in my opinion. Sure. Sure. So, okay. All right. I figured, you know, I feel like in the same in the same combination. Like I don't have this one favorite. If I did,.

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"red stripe" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"red stripe" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"Go at some point. Sorry yeah Always mention eddie. Because he is on the list elegant was also same finished East korea calton. You'd have to he's lost. He's on the rookie league citra. Ucla three hundred thirty guys. Like if you say that to he when he first started like you're gonna play thread and thirty nine is one of the baseball was able to play the guide. You probably say about probably got okay and probably all the good thing about what you've just said he says that was you'll least. He's so young. those three. If not doing. But the hawks. I do have that luxury to a degree of working their way through the phallic excetera a move. I don't have to be rushed in other teams that we mentioned once jilong they might have to think about. Is this guy down profile. We have to rush these kids little italy when when we when they not ready you guys are in such a position that you've got so many young kids if negotiating it you know one or two seasons in much better position that guy full with other ones can just slotting underneath. Do their tom get their confidence for falling. The skills said i have to overrule them and weist weiss's for the bedouin but throw them to the wolves in the first couple of couple of years that you've got so that's that's why that you said that. Just let them develop. We let the he's developed. We think that because they're hardrock people they they rates curtain. Oh he's going to be has to be because he's work like that. You just gotta let the clock a wine. You can't just drink a red stripe while you've got to let it seat. You marinate flavors developed along. You do it more patient. Ya the beta the taste is gonna be and if it's the taste of apprenticeship while goodness will be. You'll be very very thirsty for more or whatever at twenty twenty one so from your perspective. What he you most optimistic about heading into the season. Most optimistic. I think there's going to be a genuine layer of belief within the group that they ready to take the next step. I'm very optimistic about our team. Moving from the backline. The backline is a really really strong lawn. I'm excited about the. The midfield is gonna mature. I think the forward line linemates somewhere. Because well. But i mean i'm excited for the painting. Drop moment for a lot of these players are really am. I think. I think that if they were well prepared pretty much. Exactly what you said. We've never really been in a position for the last six seven eight nine years where we can have. Young kids just develop before being thrown into games when they not ready and i think everything else around the club. He's he's well set up field. And therefore i think the on field is just the next thing and and follows. Football is really that next step a do have won t and you just mentioned that there is your is your forwards. We'll affords to kick enough of a school and if we look at it we've got casbah. This is at the moment. The ford set up. If i look at it sorry missing anyone. Just jumping casual mccaw so vanni galvan. You've been lock just sort of ran into at a. Is that group going to be enough chazelle. He's getting on. These are much more he's got lift mcgovern on kind. Even get on the puck. Harry will he's looking like he's getting these myths on it but he's gonna be fees number one he's going to get the number one defender. Which makes it difficult so vanni just seems to are now your gift to get your thoughts on him in once again. Gibbons jesus small top done expect much from unique bags every weekend overseas destroying beds. He's on as i say the wrong sort of thirty. Is there enough firepower. They from a j. I mean the guy on paper. It looks grim even looks grim for count support. Honestly you're right. You're dead right if you look at it just on pipe but the way we apply we we would not very traditional. We are very versatile. With the way we use players they A lot of them have to play into positions now. So that's why you see fishe jack. Martin gibbons a half old flank with moments in the midfield and we're gonna need gaza lotion. Crips that in with goals we're gonna need a an even spread. I think that's the kate. Harry iran and he's the number one player he needs to be pushing for what two goals a game that taught forward. You came forward So yeah. I think it's really going to be dependent on how well the game plan and the game style is because we lucked to play the richmond gang. Where keep it in the photo. Half pressure turnover score off turnover and went really traditional with that games. Research imply the kiosk bolt deliberate. Kyle's mole modern calvin. Many teams had apply. The coyotes bowl They they call the chaos bowl. I just it's skill especially for some changes. It's because now. Why do they love the fact that. I know where the ball's gonna come. We don't actually know where the ball's gonna go on the phone fifty minutes out. Oh through stakes place Horrible watch ways. The concerns wait. Where do your concerns like zero. Optimism is brilliant. We've got to get on the mock reality boston your laws. They're going to be some concerns. What are y'all's all the season mark concerns for the season are in the forward line mitch. Adorno areas at levi denied. We can rely on him harry six. We expect him to be good. But i still think he's got some maturity to come and he's gonna have a slip ups and i just don't think there is a cohesion between megyn woods yet we haven't we haven't clicked with that just yet in the grew teams really. Haven't i can live with the is in and now with their forwards again abate. And we get sucked into playing the recall Hospital just bombing long in for the best in relocating That's the worry is right there and the other thing i think uses a can lower Always really mindful of the coaching group. Mo- sorry the assistant coaches that we have. We developing young players. Well because i have question marks over the development of our young boys compared to other clubs look at sydney for example they young voiced saint to come in and i just want i play football. They ready whereas seems like most of them need more time so some concerns for show. We all i agree. Cd's just auto now. What is going to be something up in the water heck and i have to to just come straight out of the draft absolutely been on the weekend. The they're they're very much an nine club you look at him and you look at the listing and then just come and soon to do it every so often. What is it's going to be culture. It's just gotta be it's gotta be it's it's it's the mob which serenity it's everything that just makes it work there and if you could auto some of it on with you wholeheartedly. That just seem to do it and you just you just want to know what the sacred. So let's he's yet now you've got to laze gripe lie on at least you know you gotta be great to be drafted a simple as that. You must be able to play the game. But they're able to just slot the mean so easy. None of evolution on the body saw a look at a place. They've played many seasons. Roy i it's it's clubs at just struggled to get those. We'll draft draft seven draft ten kids. We won't get fought apply. They'll get seven. And they always data. And i gotta respect him. We really aires a lot of respect. Somebody else respectful to ease david teague as well too because he had to take the tight the raw live a good balsam nothing. Ball's gonna be a head outside. A bed paid.

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"red stripe" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"red stripe" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The flag has a lot of meaning in it, including the red stripes. Which represents the hardiness in Balor of the people. Who fought and died for this country and Um As a veteran. I feel when I signed up 22 for the Army. I am I didn't Sign up to fight for people that just looked like me. I signed up to fight for all Americans. And to me the anthem. Is something that no, you don't force people, but you can. If you don't want to stand for it, then you should be in the background. I think that they play this as a reminder because of the large amount of people that Abuse foreign events, and, um it's an opportunity to remind people of what this country was made of. In the people that have died for it. And if you feel that you should kneel for it, then, um I feel like you're kneeling against the people that have fought for this country and died. Okay, Well done. Thank you so much for for calling from Boston. You don't I don't think that takes away from and that's your opinion. So I understand that, And as I said, I don't know if you you heard the whole portion of the show. I come from a military family. I have folks and in my family immediate, distant far away, who have served in the military And I think, ultimately the right to protest as you said it Zwelithini there, right. And that is your perspective. I can only tell you and this is something That you said early on, you talked about the symbols. You talked about the symbol of the flag. You talked about the meaning of the national anthem, And I think it's a beautiful thing. And thank you so much for your service and and saying that You know, you did not just go out and fight for your own freedoms or ideals but those freedoms and ideals for others. I will tell you. There are a lot of people just in life and centuries here in the United States of America, and even right now, Who don't feel that those symbols and ideals apply to them. There's a lot of reasonings, there's ah lot of evidence. Too, and for that, And so that's why I think that you have a lot of individuals who are are taking the stand. And it's not necessarily because of of, you know, service members because that's what it means to you. But it can mean ah, whole lot something different to someone else who doesn't necessarily feel or receive that same love or appreciation. It's a beautiful thing that you went out and serve. Then I'll say thank you again for other people. But there's a whole lot of other people who don't receive that love on a day to day, men it the minute I would have our basis. You're listening to the J. R sport brief show here on CBS Sports Radio. We have more callers here. Ah, lot of varied opinions, and this is what I appreciate. Freedom of expression. Come, respectfully come bringing opinion. We'll get you on the air More calls When we come back. You're listening to the general sport. Brief show here on CBS Sports Radio. Er 10456 80 these sports leader. We can use this trouble. Timeto.

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The Age of Miracle and Wonder Women

The Promised Podcast

06:11 min | 1 year ago

The Age of Miracle and Wonder Women

"Come to the promised by gas. Brought to you on t. v. one the voice of the city where last week in honor of international human rights day. A huge pride flag was installed in a tubular seal frame atop a massive twelve meter or forty foot flagpole planted in a bit of concrete a ways beneath the soft warm sands of the most the lgbtq beach that divides the hilton from the c. Itai pincus arrived the alderman who holds what is referred to as the pride portfolio on the city. Council said quote. This flag will remind us that all human women and men are equal even if they need to fight for it tel aviv. Jaffa is one of the only cities in the world over which this flag will fly all year round and quote an argument. Nothing captures the spirit of this city. We love so well tel aviv. Feel better than craning back your head shielding your eyes against the sun with your hand and seeing flapping above you. The violet indigo green yellow orange and red stripes representing respectively spirit serenity nature sunlight healing and life and indicating that on these sands on these shores all are equal all are welcome and ideal that we never do meet but that we are always at the very least dedicated to fighting for with us in the studio is a woman who's lovely prose is forever a vehicle for spirit serenity nature sunlight healing and life. I refer of course to alison kaplan. Summer allison is written for politico. The new republic foreign policy that jerusalem posted jt the forward and many other very best papers and magazines. She is a columnist. With how are you have heard on. Npr pri and the bbc and you have seen her on. I twenty four television and aljazeera. Tv you can meet more though obviously not all of your marion hankering these days by listening to her host the arts weekly podcast alison also holds. A neighbor world tenor award for journalism recognizing. Excellence in the asper reported. Emmy simon rock our award for excellence and covering zionism alley in israel. Alison how are you doing. Oh you know. With the third lockdown being announced and fourth elections just spirit serenity and calm. That's that's true of us. All there was ever a time to join a cult at this time. Now i'm just going with the different stripes on this rightfully flag. I think that that we can go with those also with the stage just heard. His voice is a man who's recent contribution to offscreen magazine a journal of israeli film culture which was a joint interview about the newish. Borat movie begins with a single word. Wow naturally i referred to ohio dealt zubaydah. Ohio is a book reviewer. For arts aside from arts and offscreen you have also read ohio's fiction in granta. You probably have read him in the now. Sadly defunct must miss local newspaper ear for which he wrote i when he was fourteen between then and now he hosted a weekly show on halley tv on arts and culture in israel. He is admired for his genius. Love for his warm human decency and envy for his effortless cool. Oh had been too long been doing. It has been too long. I'm very happy to be back in the studio after my mid semester has posted the cutest photo of ohad is a young woman with the promise on my soul so little hair on my face migrated some people wrote in saying i always wondered what oh how to look like and you don't exactly look that way fourteen anymore. What he actually looks like i did. I did underneath when people are responding and saying that. I need to look my name is oh ephron i don't mean to boast but i just received another bottle of caffeine pills fortified with l. nin for quote unquote focused energy. And i have been popping those babies like tic tacs. And i don't mean to brag because that's not how i was brought up but as i get older and i swear this is true as i get older i become more and more. Judy garland every single day. This week we have three topics of non parallel importance. But first we have a matter that we're following with lord interests in great concern as part of an occasional series. We the promise. Podcast coolly considers the classic cohen. When is a friend and anemone. I was scrolling through headlines earlier this week at a news aggregation site called me. Zach live or live newsflash including these quote netanyahu colon blue and white reneged on agreement and dragged us to new elections and from tomorrow colon. Ten new vaccination centres serving all of the health cooperatives will open in the south and the north of our country and more than twenty arrests in demonstrations protesting the killing of a youth by police in the west bank and load colon injured three collided with a parked vehicle while riding his bicycle and tel aviv. Colon a youth hurt while playing with explosives and then this quote. A heartwarming discovery colon. The first anemone has been spotted in the reforest. The first nominee was spotted today by. Its sick lugosi. The j. nf forest ranger who works in the western negative in the same place a negative. Iris has bloomed as well as a tourist huck. Bit plant end quote just after. I saw this headline the new site wine at posted on facebook. A gorgeous close up of the anemone with the heading quote on our way to a red south. The first red anemone has blossomed in the berry forest smiley face emoji with big red hearts for is end quote from there. The item was picked up by all the papers including the online ultra-orthodox paper. Be ma where the reporter who usually covers the security and politics beat isaac gama is his name filed a story headlined report from reforest. The first anemone has appeared. See documentation of the blossoming which peace including two videos. As far as i can tell exclusive videos. One avai single red anemone in the middle of a large grass pasture. The other begins with a close up of four white irises. And then pans across an expanse of grass until it settles on what seems to be the same single read an emmy or colony as we call it in hebrew

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"red stripe" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"red stripe" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Now we have Greg Russ on deck. And, you know, he doesn't like to be kept waiting. So if you have an open mic or something, you do you have an open mind. I do it. This is directed for you, Eric. Well, good. I'm the host. Here it is. Falcon's uniforms are hideous. They look like the uniforms of the main machine in the longest yard remake. I never saw the remake because the longest yard was another movie that didn't need to be remade like most movies. But I like I really like the new like the branding. I like, you know, there's a bunch of everyone's first of all. I'm looking at them here, and here's a question. How come Julio Jones isn't one of the people? Showing them off when they did the Here's the new uniforms. It's all about Calvin Ridley. Now That's what I know. But this was done before the season. So anyway, I like the ones that are almost fully white and fully black Best. The one where the red fades into the black but the ones that are solid white, for the most part, not another. We know with the stripe of red and the solid black with the white and red stripe. I think that I think You know what I You know what we used to say when I was a kid. Ah, they're tasty. Actually, I never said that. The baby was in the fifties. I think they're kind of used to say, Ah, what you said was the member brother Tim Andrews. I don't owe you a little bit younger than me. That was to the max. Still a thing that people were saying when you were in school. Yeah, way We had this in the seventies. She's fine to the Max. Let's do this. Tuesday with Greg. Uh.

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Why Is Carmine, a Dye Made from Bugs, So Popular?

BrainStuff

04:41 min | 2 years ago

Why Is Carmine, a Dye Made from Bugs, So Popular?

"Red Velvet cake and strawberry ice cream aren't only in the. They'll satisfy your sweet tooth. They likely share common ingredient made from a not so common source that gives them their red to pink Hue. That's Carmen a natural Red Dye, also labelled as cockatiel extract, e, One, twenty or natural, red dye four, and it owes its beauty to a teeny tiny bug, the female coach Neil Bug to be precise. In addition to its possible gross out factor, this tasteless FDA approved extract has a history full of. and. Intrigue a Betsy Ross even used this bright red dye to make red stripes on the very first American flag. The Koch Neil is a slate bug that feeds on prickly pear. Plants grown throughout Mexico South America southwestern United States, and the Canary Islands off the coast of Spain. The male Cockatiel plays its own unique role in nature, but it's the wingless legless female that interests dye makers. If you go looking for her, you won't find her vibrant red bounty on display. The female Koch Neal's grey exterior is covered in a white powder that protects her from predators as well as the scorching sun. And since the juice from CACTI her only source of nutrition, she boroughs in his. A bit stubborn about releasing her hold. In order to harvest the Koch Neil, the prickly pear pads are cut and brought to factories so that the bugs can be pulled out and processed, but it takes some serious people power. Approximately seventy thousand continentals are needed to create just one pound of die. That's a little less than half a kilo. Once harvested bugs are dried ground and mixed alcohol, solution or other compounds like borax. They give way to a vibrant long-lasting die that can be used to make colors from scarlet purple to pink to Peach. have been used to color everything from textiles to pottery, since the Neolithic period or New Stone Age with the majority, sourced from vegetables, plants and trees. Bugs have had their place to not only the Koch. Neil, another elusive die associated with wealth enroll status. Tyrian purple was made from the glands of snails. Neil bug is native to Mesoamerica. The AZTECS are believed to be the first to use Carmen to fill their lives with stunning shades of Crimson, when Spanish colonizers arrived in the Americas learned about Carmen and built enormous wealth by monopolizing the cockatiel market Spain kept the source of the color secret, and even made export the die a legal punishable by death. Coveted by the wealthy. The Royal Family is in the artist's crossed Europe. This die created fertile ground for contention. Those cumbersome and secretive production methods certainly made Carmen expensive. The car itself was an explosive part of Carmen's mystery and popularity. We spoke with Amy Butler. Greenfield author of the perfect read via email. She said red is the color of blood fired that end desire, and we can't help it. Respond to it on many levels. It makes her eyes dilate, and our breath come faster, and it's freighted with symbolic meaning. Also there are very few natural dyes that make a lasting bright true read so good ones had the value of rarity. Ounce ounce. Kacha new is the most powerful natural red dye in the world. That's why it was prized. When industrialization arrived in the mid eighteen hundreds, the demand for textiles increased dramatically and created a need for more cost effective dies. Chemists began to use petroleum and coal to formulate synthetic ones ultimately reducing the need for the Cockatiel bug. The shift towards synthetics pushed Carmen to the background, but it didn't disappear, and now it's making a comeback. Showing up on ingredient lists for anything from cake POPs to lipstick. Greenfield said when reports started linking synthetic grads to cancer and hyperactivity, and as people started taking an interest in natural foods in general, the market for catch. Neil began to rebound. So if Carmen is a natural product without the negative long-term effects of why did the coffee giant starbucks along with numerous other companies? Stop using it to add colour to their products. Well Carmen is safe for the majority of people can cause an allergic reaction, and besides that safety concern folks like Vegetarians vegans and people who keep kosher helped advocate for the change, but no matter whether you find eating a bug, appalling, fascinating or dangerous for such a tiny insect. The Koch Neil Bug has certainly left a vivid mark on culture, beating attractions, the beauty and power of red.

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"red stripe" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

24:21 min | 2 years ago

"red stripe" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Minnetonka got in Jamaica they are opening their borders June fifteenth I cannot wait another saying when travelers arrive they will be subject to take in the temperatures have your screenings all that stuff but I will take my temperature to have a nice vacation in a red stripe beer never I things are just house of retro pleasure eighty one ninety one of seven nine this is what is the greatest hits of the seventies eighties the nineties it's all about the music this the the one in seven ninety three C. Saint George one of the big issues that we saw in the eighties a lot of the kids in my grade school it's do you're listening to treat the danger just how's the retro pleasures on sunny windows seven nine Cindy Lauper the house retro seven nine C. St George how's your connect you can sandwich those leftovers for lunch a little more tasty with Michael Jackson it is seven nine and it's you don't sunny windows seven nine west Palm Beach is home for the greatest hits of George Michael what I have just thank you have because I can't have this is Terry started their singing in the choir in their father's Oakland church then they sang back up for some of our favorite acts grace slick Boz Scaggs Sylvester then they said you know we're so.

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"red stripe" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

Star Wars Sessions

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"red stripe" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

"Barrel drink. Red Stripe drink the Kung. trink the is it real coke, or is it a brand? New One, one of them is one of those. Two hundred million the ones I did I. Don't have you get? It'd be really fancied. Okay, really cold, carbonated soft drink with vegetable extracts are really fancy to cut it off Copeland's off to the Kogo site that physicians. All good man good for you. My all love colour love it felt. what was the sign? No, yes, so so I think plunge benefits the prequels anyway. But it explains Sixty six a lot better, and obviously we get the. Investigation into these these this clone defect right? This ship defects in this clone, and there are people. The Basdeo Yeah, now that that's something dodgy. Going Oh. He was supposed clone trooper. I. Sit by nine goes all the way into the latest season. That saves when REX as. The he's. He gets his message from powerful team to execute old sixty six, and just before we chose to blow a cycle. He sign fine follies. Moment naturally when rex receives order sixty six avenue listen. Sixty S. Yes cities. It's Anikin. I.

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"red stripe" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"red stripe" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"He gave every dime of his pay for the next six months. He said he almost stopped paying a few times. If it wasn't for her driving at every day to work while he paid for it will eventually. It was his and after some time he moved up to Oregon for girl car started having trouble when he sold it to a local dirt track racer who actually told him. That's what he was going to use it for. And what did he give for that amazing machine five hundred dollars? He says he doesn't regret selling it because at the time they weren't even thought of like they are now they were just old used cars. That got horrible mileage and at the time being cool unread card input food in either of their mouths but Mandy App some stories and that Sir is what made me almost sell my soul. One listening to my dad talk about his all. Those years is what made me need a seventy challenger and not any challenger but scart growing up. These cars were expensive but they weren't insane as the years passed and I got closer and closer to being able to buy one and legally drive one. The prices started getting unrealistic for me so like most I stopped even looking more years past and I kept up with the market got into other muscle cars and just fast cars in general but could just never for the most part of my dreams one day craigslist shopping. I spotted one of the most. Beat up seventy challengers. I've ever seen you probably saw since it was everywhere. Listed as a vanishing points car clone. It was a base model slant six and was rough but the price was reasonable and after speaking with my wife. I contacted the guy after speaking. It just didn't seem like the right move for this car. But my passion had been sparked again I was everywhere on the web looking in every crack and crevice and almost gave up until I found the one on Pinterest of all places. I searched up nineteen seventy challenger project and there was a nineteen seventy S. CRT red stripe to leap black interior car. The vinyl was gone. The floors were gone but it was a three eighty three s car. Exactly what I've been looking for and the price eleven thousand too good to be true. It has to be so I contacted the seller..

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"red stripe" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

19:15 min | 2 years ago

"red stripe" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Stay well the three it's always sunny in the eighth grade when you're listening to one of seven nine get V. V. the third the the the the thank you for the red stripe a Jamaican really it's crazy and sunny windows seven nine I read this yesterday so I thought I would share with you to print the song purple rain was about finding divine guidance during the Armageddon according to him when there's blood in this guy read plus blue eagles purple hence the title purple rain the end of the world never one cool thing about working from home turns out you can nap through lunch no no no we'll be right here when you wake up one of seven nine but after quarantine when I've gained twenty pounds let's get it straight the end study with the Steve Miller band call me the gangster we with if you three one oh seven nine the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties.

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"red stripe" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"red stripe" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"And So good it's got that spice to it. You get a nice ice cold red stripe beer in the bottle Or you can have it for free. A sandals resort. They got their little jerk chicken shack yet some festival with a which is like this kind of like a battery dough. Bread like Hush puppy also like Claude Festival. You get that with it. You get some plan taints so good you get your chicken or pork. You got the little cats there that are waiting for you. So you're right there on the beach and palm trees given given a little bit to the cats. What AB- not the jerk chicken? Please let sky. They they're used to other Jamaican cats. Okay Oh what about a drink? Are you GONNA do the Red Stripe? While the last time I was there. I used to get the standard. The Red Stripe is awesome but Beer if you want I used to just get Pinochle and when I was there because as you know everything's included they all inclusive But then I found the dirty banana and I kind of made myself feel like I was drinking something sort of healthy because it has like half of a real banana and therein that splendid up with some chocolate sauce and some. Maybe it's got some Roman there so I kinda put off his delightful. It's so refreshing. It's Yummy. It's different and and it's a checks off the mental check for me that. I'm drinking something healthy because I had half of my banana. If you WANNA go for a full banana you just order a second or bunch of bananas. You're not gonNA break out into song I I. I am not but yeah go bananas. It's so good I missed the sun and the.

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"red stripe" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"red stripe" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Who had nearly died in the fires turned left onto other accord then you'll arrive at your destination on a hundred five degree day in February of this year NPR producer Meredith Rizzo and I drove the half hour from king lake down to flower gale a town of about six hundred people surrounded by tree covered ridges it's almost eleven years to the day since black Saturday hi I don't seven year old Joe Milburn takes us into his new living room which is right where his old living room used to be in fact on black Saturday Joe was sitting right here reading when the power went out it was evening and I look over the to the window between the curtains and it was was a red stripe and so to it before some **** so one of the front and the sky was right within an hour his entire neighborhood was on fire he remembers trying to get to his neighbor's house for help and I looked up and that's the only time I thought I was gonna die that the fight was about I feel in my soul he and his neighbors and their grandchildren piled into two cars and drove through the smoke and flames to an empty field that had already burned they watched as the fire devoured the riches Joe's house was gone his fire insurance policy provided enough to build a new house and he thought that was the only option available to him so less than a year after the fire he went for it outside the building by the time that I was able to do the buy back yeah let's start again story of my life by the time the government was ready to pay people like Joe for their land he was already living in his new house well no I wouldn't build this and in the decade since the forest has regrown the fire danger is high officials recognize that the delays in rolling out the buy back offer made it difficult for many people to use it Craig Lapsley was Victoria's fire services commissioner after the two thousand nine blazes the execution took forever and it was extremely frustrating let my decisions so what I did in the end most people who have lost their homes on black Saturday did not sell to the government and many people rebuild houses in places with very high fire risk but Lapsley says he thinks that offering buy backs was a good idea especially when that option was coupled with more stringent building standards those are lessons that other parts of Australia and the US are looking to as they grapple with how to help people make safer decisions about where.

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Sell Or Stay? Australia's Fire Zone Experiment

Environment: NPR

05:18 min | 2 years ago

Sell Or Stay? Australia's Fire Zone Experiment

"Australia is still recovering from bushfires destroyed. More than two thousand homes. Some of those homes may not be rebuilt. The government of one Australian state has historically offered to purchase empty. Lots where fire has destroyed homes. The goal is to help people moved to safer places but NPR's Rebecca Hersher reports that there was this crucial flaw in how that policy was rolled out. Donna Wilson late to cigarette and pollster truck out of the parking lot at the real estate firm. She manages in King Lake Victoria just bicycle idea from. Hey Ya damn houses. To houses went as in went up in flames on February seventh. Two thousand nine bushfire destroyed a huge chunk of this town. This whole straight pretty much weight. The flames moved so quickly that many people couldn't escape one hundred. Seventy three people died in a matter of hours most of them in and around king leak thousands of homes were destroyed three days later then. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd address the Australian parliament the seventh February. We become each national memory as a day of disaster of death and of morning. Black Saturday as it came to be called was Australia's most devastating modern bushfire event five times more deadly than the country's most recent fires and one of the questions that emerged afterward was whether all the houses that earned should be rebuilt. Maybe it was too dangerous. The solution was to try a set of policies. That would give people a choice. You can either build a new house. That was more fire resistant or sell your land to the government and move somewhere else. Wants land was sold to the government. Home could never be built on it again. It was an experiment. The assumption among policymakers was that the more traumatized a homeowner was by the fires. The more likely they would be to sell and relocate and Donna Wilson says to some extent that was true. It was a a godsend for little king. Lake is a small town. So Wilson knew a lot of the people who are coming into a real estate office after the fires and many of them were really struggling. Everything they owned was gone. Many of them had lost family or neighbors in the fire so selling their land to the government and preventing anyone from living there again was both simple and reassuring national. They couldn't deal with a all. They dislike that idea that no no build on that block. But as the so-called buyback scheme unfolded it became clear that it wasn't working for everyone. A key problem was the detained almost two years for the government to commit to it. And in the meantime people had already decided what to do even people who had nearly died in the fires last onto Kookaburra court. Then you will arrive at your destination on one hundred five degree day in February of this year. Npr producer Meredith. Rizzo and I drove the half hour from King Lake Down to flower gale. A town of about six hundred people surrounded by tree covered ridges. It's almost eleven years to the day since black Saturday. High joke the seventy year old Joe. Millburn takes us into his new living room. Which is right where his old living room used to be. In fact on black Saturday Joe was sitting right here reading when the power went out it was evening and I looked over the to the window between the Kurds and it was a red stripe and before sunset so when the front and the sky was read within an hour his entire neighborhood was on fire. He remembers trying to get to his neighbor's house for help. And I looked up and this is the only time I thought it was not die. The fight was about. It muscle he and his neighbors and their grandchildren piled into two cars and drove through the smoke and flames to an empty field. That had already burned. They watched as the fire devoured. The ridges. Joe's house was gone. His fire insurance policy provided enough to build a new house and he thought that was the only option available to him so less than a year after the fire he went for it outside the building by the time. Now it's going to do. The BUYBACK MISSED OUT AGAIN. Story my life by the time the government was ready to pay people like Joe for their land. He was already living in his new house. I wouldn't build this and in the decade. Since the forest has re grown the fire danger is high. Officials recognized that the delays in rolling out. The buyback offer made it difficult for many people to use it. Craig Lapsley was. Victoria's Fire Services Commissioner after the two thousand nine blazes leaks acution took forever and it was extremely frustrating. Make decisions so what did I do in the end? Most people who lost their homes on Black Saturday did not sell to the government and many people rebuilt houses in places with very high fire risk but Lapsley says he thinks that offering buybacks was a good idea especially when that option was coupled with more stringent building standards. Those are lessons that other parts of Australia and the US are looking to as they grapple with how to help people make safer decisions about where and how to live Rebecca Hersher NPR news.

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"red stripe" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"red stripe" Discussed on KCRW

"Who had nearly died in the fires turned left on to cook other accord then you'll arrive at your destination on a hundred five degree day in February of this year NPR producer Meredith Rizzo and I drove the half hour from king lake down to flower gale a town of about six hundred people surrounded by tree covered ridges it's almost eleven years to the day since black Saturday hi Joe can I okay seven year old Joe Milburn takes us into his new living room which is right where his old living room used to be in fact on black Saturday Joe was sitting right here reading when the power went out it was evening and I look over the to the window between the curtains and it was was a red stripe and also to it before some **** show one up front and the sky was red within an hour his entire neighborhood was on fire he remembers trying to get to his neighbor's house for help and I looked up and that's the only time I thought I was gonna die that the fight was about eight feet away muscle he and his neighbors and their grandchildren piled into two cars and drove through the smoke and flames to an empty field that had already burned they watched as the fire devoured the ridges Joe's house was gone his fire insurance policy provided enough to build a new house and he thought that was the only option available to him so less than a year after the fire he went for it outside the building by the time that I was able to do the buy back yeah missed out again story of my life by the time the government was ready to pay people like Joe for their land he was already living in his new house why not I would build this and in the decade since the forest has regrown the fire danger is high officials recognize that the delays in rolling out the buy back offer made it difficult for many people to use it Craig Lapsley was Victoria's fire services commissioner after the two thousand nine blazes the execution took forever and it was extremely frustrating let my decisions so what I did in the end most people who have lost their homes on black Saturday did not sell to the government and many people rebuild houses in places with very high fire risk but Lapsley says he thinks that offering buy backs was a good idea especially when that option was coupled with more stringent building standards those are lessons that other parts of Australia and the US are looking to as they grapple with how to help people make safer decisions about where and how to live Rebecca Hersher NPR news this is NPR news it's five nineteen on KCRW KCRW's sponsors include Amazon studios presenting Seeburg inspired by real events Kristen Stewart stars as sixties actress Jean Seberg targeted by the FBI for her political and romantic involvement with the civil rights activist now in theaters.

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Dana Loesch

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Researchers taught rats how to drive tiny cars

"They taught rats how to drive cars guys that watch this video like for like I don't know for about five minutes they taught rats to drive tiny cars to help them relax scientists discovered that rats actually relax and they drive tiny cars and they pick up food so how does this help you well you just got to watch a video there's about five minutes long on tiny red striping cars you feel relaxed there

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"red stripe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"red stripe" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Feel so bad for the guy again place. It was winning. Got to see. It is amazing. I got goosebumps. Watching the video we'll link this up for you at mytalk one dot com. Deep come on, man. God. Got a lot of fun sports stories lately. Yes. Sometimes sports is super specific. And other times he tried to reach his hand down. Stop that guy. Probably slowed them down a little bit. Oh my goodness. No way. Oh my goodness. No. In world. Wow. Mazing? Eight minutes. That is incredible. Meanwhile, third places like, hey, I know he's like me. By the way, speaking of sports. So I was in Duluth over the weekend. And they won their second straight and AA men's hockey. So that was really cool people there over the weekend. So congrats to awesome, right? That's amazing. That photo-finish is really cool. That's a future. If you're that guy who came in second place. Oh, yeah. Oh, man. He term. Sometimes sports is very narrow in other times, it's cultural and we've had some cultural. Yes, exactly. Tiger Woods too. Anyway, other things that made me go. You like a revolving door do you fan of revolving doors, kind of fun to wins at the airport where you could bring your entire like family and suitcases with you into each thing. Well, the guy who invented the revolving door came up with it because he hated having to open doors for women. Oh says right here. Not a good. Look man, at least lie hated. She'll bro. No kidding. Wow. Through people in Nigeria drink more Guinness in a year than people in Ireland is in Ireland kind of like, you know. Probably where people come over from other countries. But you give me a bug buddy navy Jamaica's Red Stripe. Red stripe. Remember those commercials. No you remember down. Red straight. Right. You don't Jamaica those exciting. Gotta have it. Right ear to more fun. If you're in Jamaica. It's in a weird bottle tastes weird. Pop bottle Arabia guy man doing that to let me tell you the concept of jaywalking. You ever think that I've been pulled over twice for ticket? Outlaw sometimes crossing the street and going man, I should have done this in the crosswalk. I'm not a good person. It was created in spread by car companies in the early nineteen hundreds to shift the blame in accidents from drivers to pedestrians. Dirty business..

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"red stripe" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"red stripe" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"You're on free talk live. How are you? What's on your mind? What's on my mind is is is what y'all think about about this the cops have to have their own flag? Now, I don't get that part. It's disgusting. Repulsive would take our American flag stands for everything we are at many people should there. But for and disgrace are American flag, put your own colors on it to represent theirselves. I can't they have some creativity. Come up with their own flag. If they wanna have why do they? What are they gonna disagreed on? Ours. I think that a lot of people feel like you, do I I'm of the opinion that is a, you know. The flags got a whole set of rules around it. Now, I'm not saying that those rules necessarily have any weight in my mind, but they should to people who like cops and firefighters firefighters had their own flag to my Joe, they do the basically the same thing with Red Stripe. Exactly they had the Red Stripe percentage of black and blue one. Do you get upset when people like us? American flag napkins and things like that. Yeah. Yeah. I do. Yeah. Because I just don't think it's all you mean like like for fourth of July parties and stuff like that. Yeah. Yeah. No, it has our colors on it. More dispensable to me, I'm gonna wipe this barbecue company on the flag versus I'm going to tweak it and make it more like me. I mean, that's I don't care about either one of them. One of those just seems inherently more disrespectful. It's bad barbecue. From Memphis as. There's a lot of bad barbecue in this world. Hey, I'm aware. Zona right now, most you Minnesota and home people's over there or they come for the winter months. Camp out around ninety seven degrees today on the lake and goodness. Are you be loving it? Ninety seven seems hot. But it's out there. It's ninety seven isn't as hot as it is in Florida ninety seven hot in Florida's stifling. But in the desert when it's nice and dry. It doesn't it doesn't hit you as hard you probably wear sunscreen, though. Absolutely, thanks for the call. Yeah. It was nice talking to you. So what do you think about what do you guys think about the the flags themselves? These police flags with the blue stripe on the more. The blue stripe essay my care exaggerates zero point viral on Facebook. No spec. When I was still on Grindr. Right. And this guy message me saying, I don't remember exactly what he said. But he ended up having eight thin blue line flag behind him. So I responded to him. Thanks. I'm not into subs. Meaning submissive apple because that's what it is. To me is a total joke bootlicker flag. But to me as not because they desecrated the American flag or anything like that. It's just it's a gang emblem. I think it's sort of came out at the time when Colin Kaepernick was taking a knee during the Super Bowl thing. And it was intended to catch that wave their folks like thunder here that are definitely offended by it. So kind of split the I'm not saying it split in half. But it's split. The the folks that agree and disagree and left. A lot of Americans feeling like this is a. I have to agree or disagree. It lift a lot of Americans feeling like it was an black flag to buy anti-black. I mean, anti black American African American. That's that's a terminology. People will understand. I don't use it. I don't like it. But Karen black easier for me. But you know, I. My best friend was a vestment is wedding. He's black and his brother-in-law put up this flag at their place. They live on a ranch and have several houses there and police plag-. Yes, I just got it in the mail or something, and we like police or whatever. But just get flags in the mail. It's thing. I didn't know you just I think that's what they did. They probably donate to the local, okay. Police union or something they called me today. And so my friend Julian his little funded by this flag that goes up, and he has taken down and whatever. But I'm just saying there are people in America the feel this way. So consider that ladies and gentlemen, gonna David calling in from New Mexico. David, you're on free talk live. Of first of all, I think burning man, there's lots of heavy RV's go in there. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And they probably can't find too many dry lake beds that are private land to us. They kind of need that dry lake to do this style to do. Well, they can't find private land that meets those qualifications because the federal government confiscated took ownership guns of all of the land out there couldn't they just use the right lane. There wasn't a dry lake bed. Why couldn't they use land wasn't a dry? Dry lake bed is it's perfectly flat. You know? It's perfectly level is in smooth. And you can drive everywhere without any not even a single stone. You know, no obstacle. So it's kind of. Flatts. I've heard of this place cars go out there and get their top. Yeah. They they could do that too. But then you're it's best not private land. The is I don't believe government land to. Sure, it's probably just like the other. It's a big name. They may have to come up with solutions. Yeah. And there were seven hundred incidents. So whatever an incident is when there's a work zone and vehicles driving through there were seven hundred instant incidents, eighty injuries and four fatalities. And in that time period that's regarding the flagger people in New Mexico that do flagging work. So there were seven hundred incidents. I who knows what incident means somebody rolling through not paying attention. Who knows what that could possibly mean? It's wasn't wasn't just flagging the entirety.

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"red stripe" Discussed on X96

X96

09:46 min | 3 years ago

"red stripe" Discussed on X96

"The camera on Kerry just quickly. Carey carey. Curie coordinates. His hats see the red ban on the shirt and the Red Stripe. He'd every morning. That's because he doesn't have children. All right in other news. Man, suspected of assaulting a traveller in what police are calling an unprovoked attack Saturday, the Salt Lake City international airport where he managed to enter the concourse. He didn't have a ticket. But somehow he got through TSA got through everything got to the concourse, according to arrest documents victim reported that the man when concourse g and began punching him for no reason. Wow. The man then took the victim cell phone and walked away. He was booked into jail on suspicion of robbery and assault. The man did did pass through security screening despite not having a ticket cow. I don't know how you do that don't know PSA travel document verification procedures were not properly followed at Salt Lake City international is said TSA officials as a result in individual who was not ticketed for travel gained access to the sterile area of the airport. The individual. Just a term. I was excited for a minute. Vigil in his belongings were screened through these acuity checkpoint with no alarms TSA will cooperate with law enforcement and somebody will get fired. Yeah. They'll have some record of it and somebody who gets fine because even in the in the in the pre check line can't imagine being able to do that. A man is charged with attempted murder kidnapping and assault in domestic violence case where police say the man and his family work together to hold his wife against her will, according to the charges pharaohs Siddiqi allegedly kidnapped and assaulted his wife and violated an existing pretrial protective order issued out of Washington state documents say the woman told police her husband lost his temper so she told him I'm leaving. I'm getting out of here Kay, he prevented her from leaving and ultimately strangled her into unconsciousness. He also told the woman her death would be the only thing that would allow her to leave him. He then told her he planned to kill himself as he as she watched before strangling her into unconsciousness yet again, the man began self harming his parents entered the room and gave him some medical assistance. The parents also told the victim you can't leave and they took Siddiqui away. They took away her phone. They took away her keys. They held this woman. Captive in their home or in her home who's ever home? It was for several days. The defendant had his family watcher when he went back to work to make sure that she didn't leave the woman managed to escape on the sixth day of her ordeal. When her family when the family left for loan briefly, she managed to get out. And this is. Detectives learned there was an active pretrial protective order on this guy. This is this is this happened here in town holding people captive in the LDS church is planning a new massive facility. That is a training center for guards were there for Dard. So the of the temple square and places like that. Oh, okay. The church of uses Christ of latter day saints plans to build his new training center for June. How security forces in a unmarked unremarkable church storehouse on the west side complete with two shooting ranges and facilities teaching about defense tactics. And the use of force, you know, they really should do it like like Buckingham Palace. It should be. Scarred. They should big caps. It can't people. Come people. Come to watch the changing of the of the goal of the temples. I think they should go all out. Church. And make them laugh. It's the Big Hat part that I'm big wrestling with a one of them will faint and the rest of them will just stand there and not church spokesman Eric Hopkins confirmed the new training centers been under consideration. But it said no final construction plans have been approved. The they're I mean, they're going all out there shooting range. They're teaching them to. Had a good idea. Well, I think they're going to have a security force. I guess. I think that they are. I think they are preparing for big troubles to come here. In the latter days. The second coming taskforce's texture has recommended Donald Trump keeps false little they should be called the day nights. But that's the Dan nights. I guess. Yeah. President Trump keeps falsely saying his father was born in Germany. On tuesday. There's a couple of things I need to find today on Tuesday. He said his father was born in a very wonderful place. In Germany, even though Fred Trump was born in New York. This is the third time. He's done. Have you know, birthplaces down? He was speaking with the NATO secretary general Jones Bolton borough at the Vanda White House on topics including defense by European countries. Particularly Germany, he repeated his frequent complaint the countries such as Germany weren't spending enough, but still I respect your money, and I guess to show his respect for Germany is an I respect Germany. I respect the Germans who my father was born in Germany. No, he wasn't born in New York. Now, his grandfather, Fred Trump's father was born in Germany, but always claimed that he was born in Sweden. Yeah. It was sweet he said he didn't want to be associated with being a German. So he told back now. German is good now. Now now to be fair. This is a man who thought that Barack Obama was born somewhere else. So maybe this is all part of the or we could be worried that a seventy four year old, man. He's just forgetting things he also said recently that he believes that windmills can cause cancer as part of a larger critique of wind power not only do windmills greatly lower nearby property valued from said during a speech to the national Republican congressional committee dinner, and they say that the noise Roman causes cancer. No, he then imitated the noise that the windmills make apparently now that coal burning power plant next door to your will. In fact, lower. And probably give you cancer. Good clean coal. Trump. Also complained in any area around windmills were like a graveyard for birds. He has been against windmills for many years when they wanted to put some no by one of his golf courses. And and he's he's unfamiliar with the concept of batteries as well because according to him, if the wind isn't blowing you won't be able to watch TV. He said charge your phone, or, you know, Hillary Clinton wanted to put windmills all over the place. Let's put up some windmills. And when the wind doesn't blow just turn off the TV, darling. Please there's no wind please turn off the television quickly because we can't have any power of the wind isn't blowing. And a Chinese woman. Oh, well, I won't go into that. Yeah. That's a that's a story. I will go into that later. All right. Yeah. There's there's there's quite a bit happening today. Sports weather traffic. I blame myself or the you didn't try hard enough at halftime. That's why. I blame myself hustle Gina. The alliance of America American football. It's can't even finish its first season less than four weeks before its scheduled first championship game of American football is reportedly on the brink of collapse. They've they've ceased playing they've ceased. Well, that's not on the brink of collapse. That's collapsed. Yeah. I feel bad for Johnny Paul who broke his arm in the game on Saturday. And he said is anyone going to pay for this broken arm of mine like like, probably not? They will not get any more paychecks. They will not now is it because the NFL wasn't really supported him. We're sort of in but not they didn't get all in. And if they had gotten all in it might have helped. So so the guy Tom Dunton is his name and he owns the Carolina Hurricanes the hockey team. He invested two hundred and fifty million dollars in the league. He's lost seventy million dollars in just so that was just in February. Did he? In like six weeks. He's lost. Got a million dollars. They said it would cost twenty million to go to the end of the season, which is just like two more games. And he just went I if the NFL isn't gonna help now if the NFL funded this they could fund this easily and keep it going, but they're not that invested in it. So I hope you enjoyed the stallions while you had that was probably the hope that they would step in. And they've not made any move to do. So stay sort of made promises that that haven't gone. No, they don't sort of make a promise you either make a promise where you don't do. They hint that they might. I mean, they they helped they helped out more than other leagues have been helped in that. They ran the games on the NFL network, and they said they were going to send players down. But then they didn't really send players down. So. Body. I blame myself. Oh, okay. Whether we've got spotty sprinkles today that actually might turn into thunderstorms, and some places depending on where you are fifty seven for a high today, there's a crash.

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"red stripe" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"red stripe" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Next Thursday for an event. Wow. There was going to be live music and everybody has their own beer. Okay. Go to lebatardshow. You know, what I'm going to read tweet this RSVP thing right now from at lebatardshow. So you can go ahead and do that. So we can get an idea of exactly how we need to set up these bars and make sure your experiences as enjoyable as humanly possible we had a great time last year. Honestly, one of the you're right, Greg. I'm good. Thanks, one of the cooler events. You were there last year? Greg. I was support love Jay Wakefield. He loved my beer. I did Royds got a really good beer this year the man's beer. All hail the imperial IP. That's right. Tell them about ROY is going to be a beautiful is going to taste boozy is going to be a wonderful beers based off of my Roy's Rome segment, so you're gonna you're gonna enjoy it. I'm excited about that. They got the ginger yum, yum that your son came up with he he finally has a sour because he knows sours really connect ginger. Here's the key. The peach wa. Every time. I say not big on sweet beers. Sweet. I'm telling you, then you'll love blueberries pancake. Maybe you've never had a blueberry flavored beer not hot day worst, beer drinker. The funny thing is another Lightman after my own heart. Anki is such a big beer drinker, yet only drinks Miller lite. And he thinks he's getting wacky. If he has a Yang Ling. Well, that's not true. I will drink a Red Stripe. Although I bet your crews beer. I preferred Red Stripe when it was actually brewed in Jamaica before they shipped it out tourist your your Red Stripe. Yeah. I also love when really feeling saucy on. I love a doodle by Belgian ale that's the that's the champagne of all beer. No. Actually, that's middle highlife. That's a tagline. That's what they say. And you're a middleman so you should vote tread lightly. So you're not into craft beer. Then not really know. Wow. Didn't a crap beer. Yeah. No you stop. It is triple hops brew. This isn't about Miller lite is the worst of all. Have got to work. Fear walking. You're going light beer. Chris. What are you doing my house by Yuengling in this? I'm sorry. I don't. Oh, how many times does a man have to say good? God anyways. This is a great way to promote Jay Wakefield Billy's beer next week. It is because Jay Wakefield has fantastic beer that they handcrafts themselves. What about Billy's beer Billy's beer PINA? Wow. I'm just going to let that sit there for a while dipping. Yeah. I'm most excited to try that. Honestly, I think he's gonna win it again. He was your champion reigning champion. So the way this works is we're going to have a flight where you can sample all of our beers. And then you'll vote in the sort of. Okay. It's a bit of a stretch on how this ties into college basketball. But it's essentially a bracket and you go to Jay Wakefield throughout the tournament. And you'll considerable this. Now the event on Thursday next Thursday is the official launch would have live bands..

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"red stripe" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

06:40 min | 3 years ago

"red stripe" Discussed on WDRC

"Wanna ask you about something and that has to do with whether or not we're going to start taking drunk driving seriously in December of this year. I'm Mark fifty years since my mother was killed by a drunk driver happened a long time ago, and it was when I was ten years of age. I don't have any love in my heart for people who are drunk drivers. And I understand I'm using the common term the actual charges driving under the influence of intoxicants which now by the way in both Oregon Washington include marijuana. And of course, the police are seeing an increase in marijuana related DUI's and marijuana related motor vehicle accidents that occasionally take people's lives, but I don't think either state takes drunk driving. Seriously. The Seattle times fish rapper has a story about a man by the name of Joseph Shawn Goodman, and I don't want to defame him. But I'm gonna just tell you what has been quoted as fact by the police to the fish rapper in December of two thousand thirteen Joseph Shawn Goodman was arrested for his seventh g. See why? And that one came to an end after the police caught him at the end of a one hundred mile per hour chase through downtown Olympia before he crashed into a parked car. And then crashed his car into a house. He was sentenced to work. Release seven DUI is a one hundred mile per hour. Chase damage only to property not to somebody else. And he gets sentenced to work release which brought at the time six years ago. Some public outrage well over this past weekend in Seattle. Joseph Shawn Goodman was arrested on his eighth DUI. And they say this time when Joseph Shawn Goodman was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence his eighth impaired driving arrest in twenty-six years. He basically does one every three or so years police tracked his path get this by following a debris trail and grooves in the sidewalk left by his Audi automobile, which was missing a. Wheel at that point the year old owner avantage communication sounds like he's been getting DUI's since he was twenty one was arrested shortly before midnight on Saturday after he allegedly crashed into a sign at the end of bay street of Elliott avenue in Seattle his previous chase had been through Olympia. He left the car and hid in a stairwell near an alley, according to the Seattle police department now, I think there are ways to solve this problem. One of them is to get a lot tougher right now in in Oregon, if you can get as many as three d you is in a ten year period when you get number four, you could be subject to felony charges on the first one most people get a freebie. They get a one off. Now their insurance goes up. I know there's a financial cost, but they're allowed to take what's called diversion that is you take some classes, which I've heard from people who've gone through the classes that they may. Or may not be very meaningful at all. And I do think there's a relatively small but very dangerous group. Of people who get one DUI after another like this guy eight in twenty-six years now, how do you solve a problem like that? And I've made suggestions of the years. I'm gonna roll him out again. How's that number one your first DUI? Okay. You get diversion. Let's keep that for right now. And if we have to change it later fine on number two within say five years, you lose your driving privileges. And I think what the police could do that would make it very troublesome is say we're not going to let you drive a car. If you drive a car, and here's how would make it difficult, but within the law, if you drive any automobile, and we catch you the automobile will be impounded for a week, you could make it ten days, you could even make it a month. But let's start with a week. So imagine what happens you don't have a driver's license. Maybe you own a car. Maybe you don't. But if you get caught driving your car gets impounded for a week that is going to be extraordinarily inconvenient for you. And if you get another one within a couple of years, you could make it a month. If you could make it six months impound, the car and say you can't use it. Your wife can't use. It your kids can't use it. And if you're driving your friend's car, imagine, this how careful would you be about loaning your car to somebody who has DU is in his or her background? If you knew that if the police pull this guy over I'm gonna lose my car for a week or a month or six months, you could make this at very little expense. Because remember you're gonna put the expense on the driver when your car gets impounded for a week, you're going to have to bail it out. And imagine what a week in the tow yard is going to cost you that's one solution. The other solution that I'd like to re up is one. I call Red Stripe. I actually got a state lawmaker years ago to introduce this Bill, and here's what it is. It's information all I would say is if you get a DUI, and nobody gets hurt including you. Nobody gets hurt. And you don't do any property damage. You get a Red Stripe across your driver's license. New say what does that mean? Stores would be allowed to say. No. Do you want to buy beer? We don't sell to read strike, and they could take part in the solution. And if you tell me, we'll stores in bars and taverns they're not part of law enforcement. Well, when it comes to alcohol stores and bars and taverns and people who sell booze are already part of law enforcement because they check ID's and you can't sell to somebody who's intoxicated and he can't sell to somebody who's underage. So they're already looking at a driver's license. If they see Red Stripe on there and say, look, I'm I don't want to sell you. You're somebody who's been a drunk within the last five years. Let's say you have an accident in which somebody gets hurt. Then you get a Red Stripe on your license for the next five years. And would it be embarrassing? Yeah. Probably would. I think shame is a powerful motivator could bars and restaurants say we will not serve you alcohol. If you have a Red Stripe on your driver's license. Yes. They could they could also choose to serve people with a Red Stripe on their driver's license. I've a feeling their insurance carrier might have something to say to them. And then in the case where somebody has killed a person. Because of their drunk driving. I put the Red Stripe right across the middle of their license for the rest of their time without license the rest of their lives. Just to remind people. This is a person who killed somebody while driving drunk, those could be done very inexpensively very easily within the constitution. And do you think it might just change a drunk drivers behavior? If here she knew that he had to carry a driver's license in his wallet or purse her purse for the rest of his life or for a year or for five years. I believe you can have a major impact on the problem along with the notice that if we take away your driving rights, and you get caught driving a car that car is going to be locked up for a week. You're gonna pay bay to bail it out..

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"red stripe" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"red stripe" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"I feel this is like this has been like the Belmont Stakes of equal informed than we've went off. We had we went we went faster early when Otto. Kept on going Markatos, let it took us to the start and happy cue have Chris Griffin. Rapid us up us to Sam Houston, track and answer. Chris Danny Judy are on the coin form. Good morning. Get morning guys. We got a fire it up right here for the final final stage. The final furlong. Ready to sprintone you ready to sprint home? Yeah. I don't know. After after t stay cock. I don't know if I'm ready to this. Quarter. Oh, you've been listening that long. Up and ready to go rocket, Houston, Texas is all right. Isn't that? Isn't that a great outlook to have on life? We all can look through Romero Mirages is for like a day a month. This world will be such a better place. I agree with you. I saw the tweet, and it's a to have that type of attitude. I I will say the line where he says he says, yeah, I'm ready to get back in the saddle. But the first week I was in conscious. That was really kind of explained it. But I'm just glad that better. And I know a lot of people and social media the behind him. He he's got that great outlook on life and at eighteen to be kind of wise beyond his years. It's really cool to here. Yeah. He's a lot like cousin. Reggie even. And I remember the first time I met Rajiv was was at Tampa Bay downs on Tampa Bay derby day and Rajiv was sitting outside and and we were talking in. He said, you know, biggest goal in life was to win the Red Stripe derby. That's that's the raise in Jamaica. And. I said I've actually been became on his park, and he didn't believe me at first. But I describe it well enough that you knew I had been there. And and then later on you know, I was lucky enough to be there when he won the would wicked strong, and I got to him after the raise in it said this a little bit better than the red stricter. He's awful lot more money. But they've never they've never lost that they they are just still the same way. They've always been Marashi family. It's really cool. I mean, it's unbelievably cool. And black of those stories. There's so many great stories at the race track in so many great people. And that's where sport is headed. And sometimes we we have our our setbacks, but you get back up you settled up and you put press on. And I think that's a a good attitude for him to have a lot of people in she'd have really whether it be attracting outsor- trainer jockey, whoever. Yeah. You gotta be able to land on your feet, right? I mean because this sport will knock you down a lot of times. But you gotta be able to get up and dust yourself off and go right back at it. So exactly no, no question about it. Nice nice Saturday car down at Sam Houston this evening. Gyms orbit and the two alpha to remember gyms over. I remember too though. How's the how's the gig down Sam Houston? Yeah. It's been it's been it's been quite the experience, you know, for me been kind of a whirlwind trip to the last five years to be in this spot to be at a HR P and it's our twenty fifth anniversary season. And it's been a real nice experience. And everyone's just so nice, Houston, Texas and around the track and we've had a lot of good rates in days. And we had a lot of luck as far as getting our turf rates in that walk ended last night 'cause we did get some weather in the area. So we were off the grass, but we're back on as of now it's a little monkey this morning, but we've got nine races tonight's card every you have a couple of stakes races. And some promising maybe three year olds that are that are probably looking for bigger races down the road. But they get six furlongs a piece here in the gym Zorba..

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Hot Wheels are still a 800 million dollar business

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:54 min | 3 years ago

Hot Wheels are still a 800 million dollar business

"Popular toys, like animatronic pets called hatch Amal's pretty different from fifty years ago in the hottest toy was a tiny die cast metal car Hot Wheels debuted in nineteen sixty eight and they were everything Mattel has sold more than six billion since then the popularity of Hot Wheels has dipped at times and the maker Mattel recently lost a big distributor when toys R us shut down. But the toy cars have endured Mattel brought in eight hundred and forty seven million dollars from Hot Wheels products last year. Marketplace's were not a sago has more. Once a month fifty five year old car fanatic. Tom Wilson transforms four thousand square foot. Banquet hall in Orlando into the central Florida die cast collectors show, dozens of vendors, including Wilson line rows of tables with the cars, mostly Hot Wheels by model and color and trade them or sell them for you. Get a two dollar discount or for ten. Yeah. This is one of many affairs that take place across the country for diehard die-cast car collectors here in Orlando. I saw middle aged men lectuing plastic bags filled with cars to add to their collections of hundreds a little girl selling her yard sale. Fines for twenty five cents a bother pushing a stroller and FaceTime ING, his own dad to look at the cars or Wilson. This is the charm of Hot Wheels anybody body in between can collect these cars. Wilson was five years old when he got his first Hot Wheels. He recalls seeing a commercial in his. Living room TV in Madison, Indiana, new their offense. There faster miniature mental cars you've ever seen images in the ad which featured I ever Hot Wheels cars like custom Camaro and the silhouette shook his little world. Two boys were in a house racing shiny. Carson looked way fancier than the dinged up. Plastic toy cars he was used to these new bills came with a Cup of bile Paulo Valjean. There's been chrome engines rents by pricing attract on which the cars could do loops Wilson remembers getting cars with super shiny paint and red stripes on the tires all for the cost of a few pieces of candy ninety eight cents. You take it out of the boxer. It would it would just glow, and we would racial, and then we would get mad at each other course, and chase each other around the house with these orange tricks that were of course, so separately. So why were hot wheel such big sellers fifty years ago? Cris Newsome runs a shop in Branson, Missouri. Call the world's largest toy museum. He says the original sixteen Hot Wheels cars seemed innovative just the design on them was far and above beyond anything else that had come out just because they were so low friction, and they really moved fast just a tiny push could really make them go. The original cars were designed by General Motors engineer and an actual rocket science. Scientists they focused on making better wheels than the ones on matchbox cars which had been on the market for fifteen years. Matchbox cars, stay true to the design of real cars, but toy industry analyst Richard got leave says hot wills were different. Some of them weren't real cars. They were more based on fantasy. There was just a little more eccentricity and therefore little more excitement ten years ago. Mattel soda diamond encrusted toy car to Mark Hot Wheels. Fortieth anniversary the price tag on that one hundred forty thousand dollars, but because of volume selling and cheap Chinese manufacturing folks can still pick up a basic Hot Wheels for about a dollar. That's the same price as fifty years ago when the little cars rolled out of store aisles into parking spaces under a whole lot of Christmas treats, I'm we're not a go for marketplace.

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Why Everything Takes Longer Than You Think, Storm-Predicting Joints

Curiosity Daily

09:03 min | 3 years ago

Why Everything Takes Longer Than You Think, Storm-Predicting Joints

"Take into account Hoffstetter is law on quotes. Yes, it's self referential. In other words, people tend to underestimate how long task will take even when they know about this flaw. It's a planning fallacy if you gave yourself an hour to do your taxes last year. But it really took you four hours you might blame the delay on outside forces like saying. Your kids kept interrupting you, so it's not your fault, then instead of setting realistic timeframe, you generously. Give yourself two hours instead of one yet that doesn't work like central says the best way to fight this is to work on whatever will give you the most positive impact resist the temptation to clear up those smaller easier tasks on your to do list. I good luck. We gotta listener question from Maui in Spain who asks what is the origin? And meaning of the blue white and red twisting poll that advertises barbershops great question Maui and weirdly perfect timing because I'm already had two conversations about Barbara polls. This week weird. Right. So the barber pole is a symbol. That's so old. Most people have completely forgotten what it meant in the first place, which is probably good because it's kind of gruesome in the early middle ages priests were the ones you'd go to for a routine blood leading or tooth extraction. What does blood living in this context? Again. There's a belief back then that. Said that certain illnesses could be caused by having too much blood. So you just had to get rid of some of it. Perfect. But in eleven sixty three the pope outlawed the practice, leaving an opening for another profession who is handy with a blade Barbara's by then actual trained physicians. We're doing most of the surgery, but they considered minor tasks like blood leading to be beneath them so Barbara's got in the game. It got even better for them in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. When the black plague took out a bunch of actual doctors putting Barbara's and even higher demand in the mid fifteen hundreds surgeons and barbers even joined forces to create a unified trade guild known as the company of barber surgeons it's believed that the barber pole is symbolic of that era when medicine met manscaping. The Red Stripe is supposed to represent blood. The white stripe represents bandages and the blue. Well, some say it's symbolic of the color of veins before they're cut other say, it's just something American Barbara's added to be patriotic. But Molly mentioned blue stripes and isn't. Pain. So that last explanation doesn't seem quite right to

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Kerry Perry out as USA Gymnastics CEO

Scott Sloan

02:26 min | 4 years ago

Kerry Perry out as USA Gymnastics CEO

"It's seventy four degrees. When's it okay? For police to use a taser on a child that question's been raised ever since. It's this anti officer used his taser to stop an eleven year old girl suspected of shoplifting from the spring grove Kroger. Several members of council of questioned the current policy which allows the use of tasers on someone as young as seven was actively resisting arrest, at least you've Elliott is Stuart city hall this morning to talk about this before councils law and public safety committee. Well, Cincinnati bell pull its name off the streetcar this week marks the two year anniversary of the Cincinnati bell connector running on the streets of Cincinnati. And the sponsor says it's reconsidering paying for the naming rights Enquirer says since I bells expressed concerns with the city over operation of the street. Car contract for naming rights give Cincinnati bell. And now if the streetcar becomes the object of ridicule it's never met expectations for ridership which continues to decline in the first year averaged about two thousand rides per day. Now that numbers down to fourteen hundred Red Stripe to even up the series in Pittsburgh tonight with parrots airtime. Here is six zero five former red Brandon Phillips is returning to the major leagues with a shot at a championship. Ring. He's expected to be called up by Boston today to help with their pennant drive. Couldn't handle the heat Roger Federer out of the US. Open beaten last night by an unseeded player from Australia better says John millman handled the hot humid conditions better than he did tonight. And let's just one of those nights where I guess I felt I couldn't get air snow circulation at all and. I don't know. For some reason, I just struggled in the conditions tonight. Veterans lost means there will not be a rematch of the western and southern finals at the US open between Federer and Novak Djokovic, Fairfield gymnastics. Coach didn't even last a week as the elite development coordinator for the US women's program. Mary Lee, Tracy runs. Cincinnati gymnastics academy was hired and fired within days her dismissal came after a number of gymnasts question, why the program would bring in someone who defended a doctor who abused hundreds of girls. Now, the president of US gymnastics is out as well. In her nine months on the job, USA gymnastics, president and CEO Kerry Perry has been criticized for her lack of leadership and communication. USA gymnastics had no title sponsor for its national championships last month following the Dr Larry Nassar scandal. Only forty seven of the seventy approved recommendations were fully implemented. The Perry created athlete task force. Did not include one Nassar survivor, USA gymnastics recently hired a coach who supported Dr Larry.

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