21 Burst results for "Saloum"

"saloum" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

04:56 min | 7 hrs ago

"saloum" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"Big blockbusters and marvel films dominating the press circuits and things like that people complain about how blockbuster films snuff out smaller films. And the keep talking about the other films all blah blah blah blah blah. Right but then film festivals. This year basically did that by only allowing those blockbuster films being shown at certain things. And i'm like so what that basically so so. why why. why is it. Because that's what you knew was going to get in your seats versus all these other good films so yeah i'm again here's my thing. As as a movie critic is what you guys wanted you guys. I don't mean you. All the lesson i mean just overall. I don't have to watch the the big films right and they come out. I can wait right chunk cheese coming out too. I was still gonna considering going. But i know a fact is coming to disney plus nevermore twelve day. Guess who's waiting until november twelve to watch it. When i can watch from the comfortable home for me when it comes to home festivals. It's less about. I feel like i have to cover this. It's like you know. I follow some random people. I realized that the day that even though i did my original twitter handle it's still the count and so i still follow like four thousand people or some shit. It's weird. I don't like it. i need. But a mixed among them are like some actors and directors who do like not necessarily industry projects and so random. Things come across my radar. Follow some film critics. Some of the ones who were trade but also some of the ones who like who are indian a lot of them were black and i think i can't say enough that we get the grace with the audience that we serve with who we talked to that. They are interested in more than just the big projects you know. I think we get positive feedback. Some people think that we Go off script when we ran. We they think that we're rambling. We're not actually reviewing the movie. But sometimes we make comparisons between projects so people have a touchstone and as a way not to spoil because sometimes it feels like we're spoiling once gone to see the movie but if you go back and listen to what we said before what we did. Is we alluded to things. We kind of talked about the allegories that were involved in the themes and we have the grace because we respect to people who who listen to us enough to not feel like we need to have a one about every single movie and for me. Dave taking some of that the handcuffs off of being bound to the friday night. Release schedule right. I mean it used to be were hitting our screenings that they were giving us and then we had a standing to review every thursday night because we need to make sure that things got up on friday so we have a little bit more flexibility. We have a little bit more grace like. Do you wanna comment. Because you'll probably hear this before october first. We reviewed the guilty on a previous show for tiff. The guilty hits netflix october. First and we may have had to choose between a different project..

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"saloum" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

05:11 min | 7 hrs ago

"saloum" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"Walk rees podcast as your host. Chris here with throw in as more of our toronto. Twenty twenty one reviews This time we are reviewing a film senegal. It is cold saloon. I think that's how you pronounce it. I'm probably that up. Where is the synopsis. So i wish. I had the synopsis of the tiff. Pigewoman get the one off of. Imdb says three mercenaries instructor drug lord and are forced to hide in the mystical region of saloum senegal What did you think of this. I am so glad. I did not miss this movie. I agree It was absolutely nothing of what i expected. And it is everything i appreciate about. What's coming from the continent Story wise it has it. I mean it had a a a loaf key western kind.

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Abbas threatens to cut security ties with Israel, US

WBZ Afternoon News

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Abbas threatens to cut security ties with Israel, US

"Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas threatening to cut security ties with both Israel and the United States in a speech at an Arab league meeting in which she denounced the recent White House plan for ending the Israeli Palestinian conflict this summit of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo was requested by the Palestinians Abbas responded angrily to the American proposal which would grant the Palestinians limited self rule in parts of the occupied west bank while allowing Israel to annex all of its settlements that which the Palestinians and most of the international community view as illegal as well as keeping most of a Strzelin from but made and one of the fed yet either I would not have it recorded in my history and the history of the country that I sold through Saloum Abbas says he told Israel and the US that there will be no relations with them including the security ties following the deal that Palestinians say heavily favors Israel the Arab league final communique described the deal as the new set back for three decades of peace

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"saloum" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:05 min | 1 year ago

"saloum" Discussed on AP News

"The summit of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo was requested by the Palestinians Abbas responded angrily to the American proposal which would grant the Palestinians limited self rule in parts of the occupied west bank while allowing Israel to annex all of its settlements that which the Palestinians and most of the international community view as a legal as well as keeping most of extra Roussel am somebody made and whether the fed yet either I would not have it recorded in my history and the history of the country that I sold through Saloum Abbas says he told Israel and the U. S. that there will be no relations with them including the security ties following the deal that Palestinians say heavily favors Israel the Arab league spinal communicate described the deal as a new set back for 3 decades of peace efforts I'm Sarah Bassus

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Abbas threatens to cut security ties with Israel, US

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Abbas threatens to cut security ties with Israel, US

"The summit of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo was requested by the Palestinians Abbas responded angrily to the American proposal which would grant the Palestinians limited self rule in parts of the occupied west bank while allowing Israel to annex all of its settlements that which the Palestinians and most of the international community view as a legal as well as keeping most of extra Roussel am somebody made and whether the fed yet either I would not have it recorded in my history and the history of the country that I sold through Saloum Abbas says he told Israel and the U. S. that there will be no relations with them including the security ties following the deal that Palestinians say heavily favors Israel the Arab league spinal communicate described the deal as a new set back for three decades of peace efforts I'm Sarah Bassus

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"saloum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"saloum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The attacks in New York had a devastating impact in America in Iran to they were cool was the consternation as the perpetrators with Sunni extremists who was well as being anti American will also opposed to Shia Iran we all realized at this development opened up a a moment in which the United States and Iran could cooperate effectively we both had the same enemies in Afghanistan within a week I was on one of the first planes out to Geneva arrived in Geneva it was clear that Iran's international interests will being directed by one powerful man Qasim Slimani he become commander of Iran's elite Quds force he was believed to be the chief architect of Iran's anti American activities across the Middle East we can see him as the the Darth Vader of contemporary middle eastern politics Ryan Crocker match with an Iranian diplomat sent spike Qasim's Saloum on a he produced a map they showed the telephone order of battle as throughout Afghanistan and he is a company that with the advice that we strike certain targets first I asked for could take notes he said you can keep them out first some of these things we were doing and talking about clearly reflected Qassem Soleimani he's ability to make things happen quickly he was all about let's get on with the show like right now both parties were United in wanting military intervention in Afghanistan the US wanted to punish the perpetrators of the nine eleven attacks so Imani wanted to pursue the Taliban because of its targeting if she Afghans Iran is a Shia state has always seen its role as protecting she is wherever they may be boss in January two thousand and two cooperation between the two countries was caught abruptly short when in his state of the nation address president George Bush made it clear accusation against three countries North Korea Iraq and Iran Iran aggressively pursues these weapons and exports terror states like these and their terrorist allies constitute an axis of evil.

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In wake of strikes, Trump announces new sanctions on Iran unless nation 'changes its behavior'

Dana Loesch

01:34 min | 1 year ago

In wake of strikes, Trump announces new sanctions on Iran unless nation 'changes its behavior'

"President trump sends a new message to Iran Lisa Brady president making his first remarks since Iran responded to the killing of its top general by firing missiles at two bases in Iraq for far too long all the way back in nineteen seventy nine to be exact nations have tolerated Iran's destructive and destabilizing behavior in the Middle East and beyond those days are over the president announcing new sanctions but no new military action he says no Americans or Iraqis were hurt in last night's attacks and then it appears Iran is standing down he's urging nations that are still part of the nuclear deal with Iran to abandon death and work on a new agreement there's a partisan rift in Congress on the president's foreign policy I said your helper is live on Capitol Hill a North Carolina Republican mark meadows his top military and intelligence committee officials made a compelling case about the need to target Iranian general Kasan Saloum money in an air strike last week this was a a clear and present danger for American interests in American individuals house and Senate members are being briefed on that operation a day after Iran targeted Iraqi bases housing U. S. troops with missiles Democrats like Colorado freshman Jason crow a veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan say it's time for Congress to debate the US role in that region about wind and how we can that men and women into conflict around the world democratic leaders have signaled a vote this week on a war powers

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"saloum" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"saloum" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Fox news alert president trump sends a new message to Iran Lisa Brady president making his first remarks since Iran responded to the killing of its top general by firing missiles at two bases in Iraq for far too long all the way back to nineteen seventy nine to be exact nations have tolerated Iran's destructive and destabilizing behavior in the Middle East and beyond those days are over the president announcing new sanctions but no new military action he says no Americans or Iraqis were hurt in last night's attacks and then it appears Iran is standing down he's urging nations that are still part of the nuclear deal with Iran to abandon dead and work on a new agreement there's a partition rift in Congress on the president's foreign policy I said your helper is live on Capitol Hill a North Carolina Republican mark meadows his top military and intelligence committee officials made a compelling case about the need to target Iranian general Kasan Saloum money in an air strike last week this was a a clear and present danger for American interest in American individuals house and Senate members are being briefed on that operation a day after Iran targeted Iraqi bases housing U. S. troops with missiles Democrats like Colorado freshman Jason crow a veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan say it's time for Congress to debate the US role in that region about when and how we commit men and women into conflict around the world democratic leaders have signaled a vote this week on a war powers resolution Lisa meantime charity senior US defense officials as the Pentagon's latest assessment is that Iran made a political decision not to kill any Americans and if you're running a response which is online for domestic political consumption images of those missile shown on TV SO money.

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"saloum" Discussed on V103

V103

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"saloum" Discussed on V103

"Into pancakes all for just six ninety nine or upgrade the pumpkin pancakes for just forty nine cents for a limited time only price may vary see you at Denny's Chicago weather partly sunny and colder high twenty six that's what's happening I'm Harry Williams back with another update in thirty minutes on the Steve Harvey morning show on V. won all three one every yeah he can and and a rainy official eulogizing slain military general Qasim Saloum money are reportedly put an eighty million dollar bounty and Donald trump's head I think Steve.

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"saloum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"saloum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The US says its paws support of a mission in Iraq to defeat ISIS because of the need to fully protect Iraqi bases that house coalition troops that announcement came shortly before rocks parliament voted to expel American troops from the country all response the drone strike in Baghdad that killed the military leader of a Ron custom so the money Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer said on ABC's this week of that strike I really worry that the actions the president took will get us into what he calls another endless war in the Middle East secretary of state Mike Pompeii said president trump acted to reduce risk in the region Iran has vowed retaliation Saloum money's being mourned in a funeral today five people were killed thirty six hurt in a wreck on the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Pittsburgh that road is closed and Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison says twenty four people have died in the wild fires he called up three thousand reservists Saturday to help fight the flames Brian Clark ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK two men who conspire to use an ultralight aircraft to smuggle a hundred eighty four pounds of methamphetamine into riverside county from Mexico are set to go to trial next month Los Angeles federal judge said a February eleventh trial date for thirty three year old one car listed three August and had no a twenty five year old ones available hard as it builds from Mexico widespread for activities being reported in California and across most of the US the centers for disease control and prevention is the with full map shows all but five U. S. states Washington DC and the Virgin Islands experiencing what's considered widespread for activity through December twenty eighth the US census bureau is looking to fill thousands of temporary positions in the bay area to better ensure an accurate twenty twenty census count the positions offer flexible hours and competitive wages.

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"saloum" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"saloum" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In Iraq to leave the country immediately this from fox news the warning comes hours after ram promised harsh retaliation against United States for an air strike that killed top Iranian general Saloum Marnie at the Baghdad International Airport a here it is due to heightened here's the actual statement due to heightened tensions in Iraq in the region we are Jewish citizens to depart Iraq immediately due to a rainy impact militia attacks at the US embassy compound all consular operations are suspended US citizen should not approach the embassy so they're saying is get out yeah I'm it is are you and I would have been following this story for the past hour hour and a half or so and wondering I guess how many just logistically how many Americans might they be talking about the the word was that the word of the verbiage used was you know get out by any means necessary through airlines while they are available and if not you know via airlines then by land and it makes you wonder how many Americans are there we know there are roughly fifty two hundred troops that are there but how many civilian Americans are there is on no I don't I haven't been able to find that number you and I've been looking for it over the last hour or so I've been able to find that number you found a number that showed how many American companies are actually active in Iraq but over a hundred then it was over a hundred right so they could be a great number of Americans that fit that category if your cat if your if your contractor in support of military troops there in support of services for military troops then it's likely you would not be leaving but other contractors and other areas are workers and other companies certainly would would fall under the category in terms of this advisory from the state department coming from the embassy there in in Iraq in Baghdad but I think it's a given that there will be more attacks from around in this area certainly you should expect that so we'll see what happens.

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"saloum" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"saloum" Discussed on WJR 760

"Internet radio he's Carlene I'm Gerry McNamara by the state department issued a security alert early Friday morning urging Americans in Iraq to leave the country immediately this from fox news the warning comes hours after ram promised harsh retaliation against United States for an air strike that killed top Iranian general Saloum Marnie at the Baghdad International Airport a here it is due to heightened here's actual statement due to heightened tensions in Iraq in the region we are Jewish citizens to depart Iraq immediately due to a rainy impact militia attacks at the US embassy compound all consular operations are suspended U. S. citizen should not approach the embassy so they're saying is get out yeah it is are you and I would have been following this story for the past hour hour and a half or so and and wondering I guess how many just logistically how many Americans might they be talking about the the word was that the word of the verbiage used was you know get out by any means necessary through airlines while they are available and if not you know via airlines then by land and it makes you wonder how many Americans are there we know there are roughly fifty two hundred troops that are there but how many civilian Americans are there is on no I don't god I haven't been able to find that number you and I've been looking for it over the last hour or so I haven't been able to find that number you found a number that showed how many American companies are actually active in Iraq but over a hundred and it was over a hundred right so they could be a great number of Americans that fit that category if your cat if your if your contractor in support of military troops there in support of services for military troops then it's likely you would not be leaving but other contractors and other areas are workers and other companies certainly would would fall under the category in terms of this advisory from the state department coming from the embassy there in in Iraq in Baghdad but I think it's a given that there will be more attacks from around in this area certainly you should expect it so we'll see what happens more on this as it develops for the above average we'll see middle.

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"saloum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"saloum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Saloum money today we remember and honor the victims of salamanders many atrocities and we take comfort in knowing that his reign of terror is over operands top general and his deputy were killed in a U. S. drone strike the United States announcing will deploy thousands of additional troops to the Mideast correspondent Ryan Braun is at the Pentagon the latest official telling me that the US has recently changed its alert status for its forces in the Middle East telling them that the security risks were now hired that there was intelligence indicating the attack could be that there was a high likelihood of an attack against US military forces ranging all the way from Egypt all the way to Pakistan this is a very large area they've had their security status upgraded blasier's concerned about the repercussions following yesterday's successful airstrike in Iraq while admitting he's happy Iranian general Qassem Soleimani is dead the mayor says we're now in a new reality with threats the city has experienced before we have never confronted in recent decades the reality of a war with a government of a large country with the international terror network and its behest Iranian officials have vowed retaliation but the NYPD says they've already responded strategically adding they've planned for this kind of situation still officials say there's no credible or specific threat and some experts have pointed out Iran is typically avoided targeting civilians within their state sponsored terror program unless Warner for seventy seven W. ABC news Rockland county DA Thomas wall says the suspect in this past weekend stabbing attack has been indicted on six counts of attempted murder have been working hand in hand.

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"saloum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"saloum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm Gerry McNamara by the state department issued a security alert early Friday morning urging Americans in Iraq to leave the country immediately this from fox news the warning comes hours after ram promised harsh retaliation against United States for an air strike that killed top Iranian general Saloum Marnie at the Baghdad International Airport a here it is due to heightened here's the actual statement due to heightened tensions in Iraq in the reason we are Jewish citizens to depart Iraq immediately due to a rainy impact militia attacks at the US embassy compound all consular operations are suspended US citizen should not approach the embassy further saying is get out yeah I'm it is are you and I would have been following the story for the past hour hour and a half or so and wondering I guess how many just logistically how many Americans might they be talking about the the word was that the work of the verbiage used was you know get out by any means necessary through airlines while they are available and if not you know via airlines then by land and it makes you wonder how many Americans are there we know there are roughly fifty two hundred troops that are there but how many civilian Americans are there is unknown I don't died I haven't been able to find that number you and I've been looking for it over the last hour or so I've been able to find that number you found a number that showed how many American companies are actually active in Iraq but over a hundred and it was over a hundred right so they could be a great number of Americans that fit that category if your cat if your if your contractor in support of military troops there in support of services for military troops then it's likely you would not be leaving but other contractors and other areas are workers and other companies certainly would would fall under the category in terms of this advisory from the state department coming from the embassy there in in Iraq in Baghdad but I think it's a given that there will be more attacks from around in this area certainly you should expect it so we'll see what happens.

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"saloum" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"saloum" Discussed on AP News

"In a tree conducted in Zurich Switzerland Iranian officials under the Chinese American graduate student she won the tangent to wrong since 2016 for scientists Masud Saloum Maney who'd faced federal trial in Georgia well the exchange represents a rare win for both countries it comes as a wrong still faces crushing American sanctions on the off them off of national protests president Donald Trump is it knowledge 1 was freed in a statement from the White House saying the Princeton scholar would be returning to the United States I'm Charles so that's my

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Iran frees Chinese-American scholar for US-held scientist

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Iran frees Chinese-American scholar for US-held scientist

"In a tree conducted in Zurich Switzerland Iranian officials under the Chinese American graduate student she won the tangent to wrong since twenty sixteen for scientists Masud Saloum Maney who'd faced federal trial in Georgia well the exchange represents a rare win for both countries it comes as a wrong still faces crushing American sanctions on the off them off of national protests president Donald Trump is it knowledge one was freed in a statement from the White House saying the Princeton scholar would be returning to the United States I'm Charles so that's my

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"saloum" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"saloum" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Try to form a coalition government **** sister young century Saloum America's was named the fox news. this is a box thirteen weather update on fox thirteen meteorologist Ellis fifty more I see mostly clear and mild night here across the mid south in the mid seventies another hot one expected on Wednesday as will reach the mid to upper nineties could break some records under a mostly sunny sky to ride a lot much more on this heat on Good Morning meant that starting at four thirty six hundred W. R. E. C. and ninety two point one FM. to talk to George nori call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to all three from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with.

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"saloum" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"saloum" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"What's your your future. Your husband's future looking like well. We are now retired. we ended up once. Our youngest was in college. we or is in was in graduate school. We moved to a smaller town house rather than sold our house but that money aside and then live very frugally for the next six years until we built up somewhat of a a cushion but still week. We could be living a lot better if we didn't pay for college but it we figured it was a good investment will Jodi. Thank you so much for Your Call Kate Saloum. I think Jodi encapsulates what I read repeatedly in your book that that even even in the face of the most daunting financial challenges and you know you call it financial system that preys on the quote social speculation that families do order to to to get their kids further down the road to that American dream you you hard. Jodi say that it's still tough but it's worth it. I'm wondering there's a terrific review of your book in The New Yorker. There's a sentence that jumped out at me and I'm going to read it to you and and leave it as a final thought and get your response. The reviewer says that at Times Times indebted reads like an ethnography of dwindling way of life an elegy for families who still abide by the fantasy thrift and hard work will be enough to secure the American Eric Dream. We got about thirty seconds left. I mean is that one of the lessons from your from your book here. I think one really important lesson and from my book is that parents and students alike are just incredibly committed to education so when you ask that question Magna. Is it worth it. That's also what I heard that the response that of course it's worth it because this this is who our kids are going to be so that is an incredibly incredibly continuous idea but today we require families to go into debt to honor honor that central commitment and I think that that that data really needs to be questioned and the conditions that produce it undone well. CAITLYN's loom is author of indebted. How Families Make College work at any cost professors aloom. It's a terrific book. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks MAGNA. Uh I'm Meghna Tucker Bardy. This is on point..

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"saloum" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"saloum" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"Tiffany decent once a giant shark kuri. And she's board for her last meal and charcuterie and Saloum e are basically the same thing sharpshooters, French and Saloum is Italian, and these are cured and salted meats so for the Italians that's your shoot, oh, you're spec different kinds of salami, and the French have their own meets, plus Pattase and terrains and one of the best places in the country for handmade Saloum me and Salu me wrapped in bread. Which is a specialty dish called the sandwich is called Salumae in Seattle's oldest neighborhood pioneer square. Salou was open twenty years ago by Armandino batali. Mario batali dad and in nineteen oh three just blocks away. Armandino grandfather opened Seattle's first talion grocery store seven years ago. Armandino retired and sold the shop to his daughter Gina and her husband, Brian. And last year, they sold most of the business to Martigny, Greg and Clara vineyard, and I have to admit when I heard about the sale, I was very skeptical. Salou me is a much beloved Seattle institution. There are lines around the block every day. It's a tiny shop. There are no frills. It has old world charm, amazing food, and even though it's only been around for twenty years. It feels like it's been there forever. If you don't live here, you might not know that Seattle has had insane growth over the past two years. There's tons of construction all these cool buildings have been torn down. We're losing our dive bars lots of change in the city. So I have this protective feeling over little Salou me that it's going to be changed. And that it's going to go away. And these two main women are going to be responsible for it. But it soon as I met clear and Martinique I instantly love them. Like I wanted to be their best friends kind of love them. They have so much passion and love and knowledge about Salumae, both the business and the cured meat that I am here to reassure you that Saloum e lovers. You have nothing to worry about Martinique talks about why Armandino batali opened up the shop twenty years ago. This was really actually a passion project for Armandino. He was a Boeing engineer for many many years when he was ready to retire. He had always wanted to do something and food and had a passion for cured meats. So he actually spent some time in Spain Italy really learning the craft. So he. Prentiss for almost a year with some of the best cured meats makers in Italy and Spain and he really developed his own technique. So I think what's cool about what Armandino did is. He learned the traditional ways of doing it. And when he came back here, he put his own spin on it. You'll notice that a lot of our products are have sort of that foundation of that classical techniques. There's also sort of an American twist on them and Armandino loves to think about himself as sort of cook rather than a Schaaf and that he uses his own flavors and process to really make a unique product and then about seven years ago, he sold the two daughter Tina, so she came in. And she said her her training for that was that Armijo asked her to create a flavor. So she created our grooming, which is an orange and Cardamom salami, which is amazing for the fall. It's got this like really kind of rich spicy citrus flavor to it. They used some nontraditional flavors, but manage not to give off the fusion vibe, they make a chocolate Molay salami with cinnamon police ancho peppers, and they do a black. Pepper and curry Finocchio, Anna. Can you explain what Salou MIA'S is? Because I think for a lot of people if you say saloon me, they go do you mean salami? So Filleul me is basically the art of curing meat, and that's not just salami that also applies to whole what we call whole muscle meat. The distinction is basically salami is usually ground up pork with ground fat special spices, we can add special starter cultures to that put into a casing..

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"saloum" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"saloum" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"I heard in the distance. I heard that scream from Nathan. Just pay the electric Bill. That's stop messing around back there from Nathan dear supreme leader Clave and Lord of the multi verse for the past three years. I haven't seen a girl in college or relationship would be on and off dating over those three years. We would be together she would break up with me. And then I would convince her to take me back. This happened for two and a half to three years in college for parents, recently, divorced and this open derisory were father's mental abuse and lack of care towards her. She broke up with me a little before we both graduated college again. And I finally told myself I was done trying to bring her back, and I just wanted to move on. Then she came back to me and seems to have changed and has realized a what of her deep seated issues she wants us to get back together. Make things work. There are still feelings I have for her. But I know feelings are not always to be trusted. I always pray to God to open doors. He wants open closed doors. He wants close any advice would be helpful. Should I he's asking should he move on? Or should he give her another chance? We'll look on paper on paper. There's nothing wrong with sitting down having a Cup of coffee with her in real life from your letter. I think this is an unhealthy situation. Okay. In real life from your letter. I think this is an unhealthy situation. This woman breaks up with you and you go crawling on the earth to get her back for two and a half to three years. He repeatedly breaks up with you. Remember the song the old four seasons song? No woman's worth. Crawling on the earth. Truer words were never spoke you go back and keep going crawling back to her. And finally, you say, you know, what that's enough. I'm not going to do it. And she comes to you that speaks to me of an unhealthy relationship. That speaks to me of kind of toxic potted do where as long as you are willing to beg her to come back. She'll leave and as long as you're willing to leave. She will beg you to come back. That's not what you want. You know, the whole secret to relationships is that women are people too and the whole secret to women's relationships. That men are people to you do not want to be in a relationship that has just some kind of echo of some neurotic problem one or the other of you have you want to be in a relationship with another human being that has an erotic romantic element to it because you're of opposite sexes. That's what you want. And that's not what the sounds like to me the other clue by the way is the fact that you wrote to me if you knew this was the right thing, you wouldn't have written to me. You're you knew somebody had to tell you that. This is not a good thing. No matter what your feelings are there. Other women in the world from Edwin dear luminous, cue ball of intense lamented Saloum nation, I love your cultural take on current affairs. It sets.

Nathan Edwin Saloum three years
"saloum" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"saloum" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"So, yeah, one hundred miles an hour with the same from green sleeves. Do. Do do do as has that sound that the Doppler effect on by one hundred and something. You can buy something. Yes. And have your kids screaming. From the car. Yeah, go ahead. But to your point, you NASCAR fans probably wouldn't put up with that. I think they know they would know enough that if you had a fake engine sound wouldn't they wouldn't put up, but but again, like anything else, you know, people involved slowly in things of all slowly in the thing with NASCAR is going to happen tomorrow. It's going to happen down the road, maybe ten years, I don't know, and so they're going to slowly get people interested in those sounds. But yeah, I, I really think IndyCar and NASCAR looking over their shoulders, but they're developing their own Elvin their own. Issues was electric in batteries, overheating, you know you, you know, they haven't had a battery failure in the formula e now in what it's been since two thousand fifteen. Yeah, to that. So. Well, well, one a lot better. One issue though is going to be running those high speed ovals for long periods of time. I think the formula race only less th right now at this point, that would be a problem. But again, both NASCAR and IndyCar do run road races, they run on on city streets at least the cars do. They were in Detroit. So you know, you could pull it off now as I understand it though, with the formula, there's no pitstop you just when you come in, you get out of the car and get into another course. They don't work on the one car because the battery life isn't what it needs to be. Right, right. That's a challenge guessing with the introduction of people BMW. The they will address that because they're already you sing electric cars, sear, yes, I could tell you what see that makes a lot a well basically is the this laboratory that that will all change racing dramatically. But again, when you look into the future right now, it's hard to see it, but I do think formerly or electric car racing is future. Yeah. And I think the other thing too, is now one of the drawbacks of cityscape driving is that or racing is that you limit the amount of people that can come see, very, you know, however, there's nothing more exciting because you can change the course track any way you want well, and it's very challenging. I think Sam said, if you screw up one of those street courses with with a formula car, it's going to hurt even a hundred forty miles an hour when they wrap it up to one seventy. I mean, it could be fatal action. And pretty quick if they don't have the barriers put up like they do one on the indie tracks or even on the form the winter x, you know, they don't have a lot of time to fix a street course. Run around aware of that there were. So they have to be very precise in Sam said, if you break a little too late or you celery little too early out of a corner, I think they're going to them introducing a whole raft of formulas in the sense of leave. There's a kind of saloon car, which believe we'll start with the tesla, put me in baby. That's what I want to Saloum cars that the tandem car, two seater or getting wants to..

NASCAR IndyCar Sam BMW Elvin Saloum Detroit ten years