18 Burst results for "Sarah Josefa"

"sarah josefa" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

01:50 min | 3 months ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"Holiday. She apparently her name. Is sarah josefa. Hail josefa era. She convinced abraham lincoln after seventeen years of the toasting. Sarah thank you sarah problem. Yeah yeah anyway. Off lincoln road the pop proclamation in eighteen sixty three earning her the name. The mother of thanksgiving americans prepare forty six million turkeys for thanksgiving each year this year. Yeah eating alone. It would be as much right. Everybody has to make their own turkey. Yeah more interesting. Maybe that's just crazy. Like what is that. The population of america close to four hundred million three hundred million. Yeah so it's like a quarter of no forty six million turkeys forty six turkey for every four people that sounds about right one for every ten forty six hundred forty six million. There's like three hundred four million right. Yeah i'm not good at math. I don't know i'm gonna try what's a country. That's forty million people an eating that that country in turkey's california four million okay. Yeah it's like eating california in california. Where every person and governor turkey and they they get eaten every year turkey's remarks you think. Funny msa the turkeys pardoned by the president going to live fulfilling lives.

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"Sure that allows your recording. I'm gonna hit mute last quarter and should be good sex on the bible calls that there is that there are no thanksgiving facts of the bible. The first thanksgiving was actually three days. So what are we waiting for the three days. It's not just a one day thing should be three days like with the natives and you know okay. I didn't know that ati natives on how well this one calling us. Native americans may not have had turkey at their feast. But they did. it was in sixteen twenty one. They don't know if there's even on the menu but they did. Have we know they had venison duck goose oysters lobster and fish everything better than turkey instead of all that. Yeah that's in turkey. Become the thing that i now know. Maybe it's not. I don't know. I feel like thanksgiving's ally now. Thomas did not like thanksgiving your fuse to declare the holiday visit invoked prayerity leaving the separators stating jefferson involved pray reflection and he also cut up the new testament jeffersonville other parts that he didn't think the lear has gone and all the letters are out the lyrical genius behind the hit song. Mary had. A little lamb is also responsible for thanksgiving becoming a national holiday. She apparently her name. Is sarah josefa. Hail josefa era. She convinced abraham.

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

06:00 min | 3 months ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"So denise. I want to start by asking you to cover the early history of thanksgiving were all taught. From a very early age that the pilgrims landed in plymouth and shared a feast with the native americans living in the area. How close is that accurate. What's so interesting about thanksgiving as we celebrated versus thanksgiving as it has been on this planet for much longer. I'm always fascinated about how traditions and practices evolved the concept of gratitude and giving thanks has been around basically as long as humans have walked the earth. The word thanksgiving and even the practice of thanksgiving has been around for centuries before even conception of the united states of america. Yes the pilgrim's did land at plymouth. Yes the pilgrim's did have a meal with the woman. Og indians was. That proclaimed a thanksgiving now. When thanksgiving became a federal holiday in the united states of america was that event singled out as the reason for establishing that holiday. Now i want to be clear. I am not putting anything out there. That other people haven't said for a while and what's really interesting. I think is that every year. You'll see these. Hey here's the real. This part of thanksgiving and i think part of the reason. Is we tell these stories. We tell this. Essentially two kids in school and then later on when they get into high school or college or whatever we don't necessarily re contextualised and give them the full story so every year it's almost necessary that we keep trotting these things out and contextualisation of history is so important to really kind of look at everything that went into a particular event and thanksgiving again. Like i said you know. I am not the first person to come out. And say yeah. That's not exactly how it happened. But what i'm interested in. And what was one of the linchpins at making me want to do. The book we gather together was the ageless. Timeless concept gratitude view stevens. I'm and author here in madison wisconsin. And i'm thankful for men. Women working press in use of the people. The you don't have a great thanksgiving. There is an alternate true factual story about thanksgiving and gratitude and harvest festivals. And all of those things. And how. The actual holiday came to be in america and evolve and erica so i thought was an alternate entry and wouldn't that be fun and i'm interested. How thanksgiving celebrations changed in the seventeenth and eighteenth century. So a lot of what thanksgiving is rule out of things like harvest festivals. Which again go way. Way back thanksgiving's were often religious practices in various parts of the world. You would set aside a day sometimes for fasting and humiliation as they would say to give thanks for could be particular event. When i was working on we gather together. I came across some really interesting articles including some archives from the atoms stanley. john adams. John quincy adams. Abigail adams and john adams writes in his diary thanksgiving for the repeal of the stamp act. So like that was something. You would have a thanksgiving for declare thanksgiving for thanksgiving's for various wins in battle or days of general thanksgiving or like. I said fasting and humiliation so those sorts of advance existed outside of north america. What we now consider the continental united states they existing europe and those traditions were obviously brought over when people came over but the concept of having days set aside for saying thank. You is something that goes back a very very long time. Tell us about. Sarah josefa so sarah of a hail was so compelling to me because she was a young woman born in the early nineteenth century actually of the eighteenth century. She had no formal schooling but her parents instilled in her a deep deep love of reading and learning and she was obsessed with the written word. She married a man who shared her love of all these things. They used to have study hour together in the evenings. She lost him fairly early on in their marriage and so she was a widowed mother of five children and because of her desire to write ended up becoming one of the most influential editors in the nineteenth century. She edited to popular women's magazines. The american ladies magazine and then go. Jeez ladies magazine which was one of the most popular magazines in the nineteenth century. And just to be able to do that to me whether thing but what really moved me about her was that she had all of these things that she needed not wanted but like needed to do for herself and her children but she still found time to raise money for people who have less than she did and to bring people's attention to causes she thought worthy and her ten city was just. I mean seriously. I was interviewing her thinking good. What have i been doing with my time. You know how i feel like. I'm talking to her. You know when. I am interviewing her. I'm looking at what she wrote. I'm looking at what she was quoted as saying. I'm looking at the book she put out. I'm looking at the end. Policies that she curated

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We Gather Together - Creating an American Thanksgiving with Denise Kiernan

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

06:00 min | 3 months ago

We Gather Together - Creating an American Thanksgiving with Denise Kiernan

"So denise. I want to start by asking you to cover the early history of thanksgiving were all taught. From a very early age that the pilgrims landed in plymouth and shared a feast with the native americans living in the area. How close is that accurate. What's so interesting about thanksgiving as we celebrated versus thanksgiving as it has been on this planet for much longer. I'm always fascinated about how traditions and practices evolved the concept of gratitude and giving thanks has been around basically as long as humans have walked the earth. The word thanksgiving and even the practice of thanksgiving has been around for centuries before even conception of the united states of america. Yes the pilgrim's did land at plymouth. Yes the pilgrim's did have a meal with the woman. Og indians was. That proclaimed a thanksgiving now. When thanksgiving became a federal holiday in the united states of america was that event singled out as the reason for establishing that holiday. Now i want to be clear. I am not putting anything out there. That other people haven't said for a while and what's really interesting. I think is that every year. You'll see these. Hey here's the real. This part of thanksgiving and i think part of the reason. Is we tell these stories. We tell this. Essentially two kids in school and then later on when they get into high school or college or whatever we don't necessarily re contextualised and give them the full story so every year it's almost necessary that we keep trotting these things out and contextualisation of history is so important to really kind of look at everything that went into a particular event and thanksgiving again. Like i said you know. I am not the first person to come out. And say yeah. That's not exactly how it happened. But what i'm interested in. And what was one of the linchpins at making me want to do. The book we gather together was the ageless. Timeless concept gratitude view stevens. I'm and author here in madison wisconsin. And i'm thankful for men. Women working press in use of the people. The you don't have a great thanksgiving. There is an alternate true factual story about thanksgiving and gratitude and harvest festivals. And all of those things. And how. The actual holiday came to be in america and evolve and erica so i thought was an alternate entry and wouldn't that be fun and i'm interested. How thanksgiving celebrations changed in the seventeenth and eighteenth century. So a lot of what thanksgiving is rule out of things like harvest festivals. Which again go way. Way back thanksgiving's were often religious practices in various parts of the world. You would set aside a day sometimes for fasting and humiliation as they would say to give thanks for could be particular event. When i was working on we gather together. I came across some really interesting articles including some archives from the atoms stanley. john adams. John quincy adams. Abigail adams and john adams writes in his diary thanksgiving for the repeal of the stamp act. So like that was something. You would have a thanksgiving for declare thanksgiving for thanksgiving's for various wins in battle or days of general thanksgiving or like. I said fasting and humiliation so those sorts of advance existed outside of north america. What we now consider the continental united states they existing europe and those traditions were obviously brought over when people came over but the concept of having days set aside for saying thank. You is something that goes back a very very long time. Tell us about. Sarah josefa so sarah of a hail was so compelling to me because she was a young woman born in the early nineteenth century actually of the eighteenth century. She had no formal schooling but her parents instilled in her a deep deep love of reading and learning and she was obsessed with the written word. She married a man who shared her love of all these things. They used to have study hour together in the evenings. She lost him fairly early on in their marriage and so she was a widowed mother of five children and because of her desire to write ended up becoming one of the most influential editors in the nineteenth century. She edited to popular women's magazines. The american ladies magazine and then go. Jeez ladies magazine which was one of the most popular magazines in the nineteenth century. And just to be able to do that to me whether thing but what really moved me about her was that she had all of these things that she needed not wanted but like needed to do for herself and her children but she still found time to raise money for people who have less than she did and to bring people's attention to causes she thought worthy and her ten city was just. I mean seriously. I was interviewing her thinking good. What have i been doing with my time. You know how i feel like. I'm talking to her. You know when. I am interviewing her. I'm looking at what she wrote. I'm looking at what she was quoted as saying. I'm looking at the book she put out. I'm looking at the end. Policies that she curated

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

08:04 min | 10 months ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"So Sara Josefa Josefa Hail. I like Joseph. I hadn't considered Josefa. That's a good one too. That sounds really biblical. Like she's does. She suddenly just grew a beard without a moustache. Yes like come to me. Jeff and let me put oils on your feet. Right exactly what? I was thinking where remember. Congressman was literally anointed. Someone's Ashcroft I think wasn't it flesh it yeah. What a bizarre time it was. I think it was it was Ashcroft. You're totally right I. He also sang some Weird Patriotic Song about the Eagle flying high around the same time he got some bad press. Everybody was while you're bonkers buddy. Oh Man I miss that guy. He was fun for the News Cycle. He really was All right so Sara. Josefa moved to Boston in eighteen. Twenty eight she was a poet and a writer and she was actually the editor of the very first women's magazine in the US called Gaudi's ladies book and it was here in Boston that she met a man named Lowell Mason. Who was a musician and composer? Who said you know what if we get some of these Poems and set them to music they would be called songs and we can use these in schools to make a little kids good. Moral kids When I think of lull This kind of folk musician. Children's music study proponent guy. Have you ever seen that? Mister Show where David Cross is like the guy who sculpted the little the little body that he moves from Appalachian Folk Art that Guy. That's who I think of when I think this guy you know Kinda weird and Hapless Mike out of it and All like his whole focus is learning to to to get music into schools for children. And I don't know why but it's really stuck in there you know Or Buddy Scott Ackerman wrote for mister show and it was kind of his entree into the entertainment industry and he does eight. Yeah he does a spot on impression of Bob Odenkirk. Oh Yeah Oh. It's great that it's very funny all right so mason. Inhale are writing songs. Together they fifteen poems to music called poems for our children and We should point out that the original tune that they wrote for her version of Mary had a little lamb was not the familiar melody that we know that came on later. I think yeah Apparently that comes from a British song that goes Merrily we roll along roll along roll along merrily we roll along over the dark blue sea. Nice Oh thank you. Thank you I. I've practiced pretty extensively for on key. I'm little tone deaf this little pitchy but it was fine. Okay I'll go with. It was fine knows good but yeah that came on later the original melody. I don't think we know that. Do we know but if you can get your hands on juvenile liar. Lear Y. R. E. The book that it was originally in I think the notes are in there. Okay it sounds like in a Gaza Davita Goto so Mary Sawyer Going back to her the little girl who allegedly actually nurse this little lamb who followed her around and stalked her. She said you know what those first three verses of your poem Ms Hale is exactly like the ones that John Rolston wrote about my true story. What is up with that yet? I guess she just thought that. Somehow Sarah Josefa Hail Had Gotten her hands. Somehow on this. This poem that John Rolston had written for in just expanded on that Inserted Joseph Hale was like no. That's not it at all. I made this whole thing up from scratch using strictly my imagination. I've never heard of you or your delightful. Little story from your childhood about the lamb. Sounds totally made up by the way right and so this was like so. Now you had to upstanding women Sarah just for hail the founder of the Steve American holiday Thanksgiving and Mary Sawyer who went on to become the matron of her local hospital. Were basically saying that one another was lying without saying that one another was lying and to towns like reputations were on the line yeah and they they actually as Older ladies signed sworn statements. Saying that what they were saying was true and correct and it kind of went on like this for a little while and I promised Henry Ford and here we're going to deliver because in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven Automobile magnate Henry Ford got involved and was firmly in the Mary Sawyer camp firmly. He was just a fan of hers. I guess because he bought the original frame from that red schoolhouse in moved it to Berry where he owned a an in and he wrote a book about this called the story of Mary and her little lamb I find that him moving into Sudbury confuses. The story tremendously because it just takes too small towns and adds a third one on necessarily if yet sure you know but yes Sir Henry Ford Road. Sixty page book this basically touting Mary Sawyer story much to the Chagrin of the town of Newport New Hampshire in its historical society Into this day they will say like Henry. Ford made a great car I don't know how he would be really as an historian so you know. His opinion doesn't count for much. What I want to know is what was on the other fifty six pages. You know yeah. Couldn't it taken more than four to tell this little story? No I know. I don't know what he he talked about. I think my my joke bone is broken because I can't come up with anything stupid. Well it depends on the there are very much to camps here into this day people that defend hail. I mean people that defense lawyers are like you know. This is sweet sweet girl who had the sweet story. Why would she make this up until it her whole life right? Inhale defenders were like well. Why would she just conjure up this poem out of thin air or I mean why would she copy it and claim she conjured up from thin air because like she wouldn't have even known about this poem yes she just from what I can tell? She doesn't seem like the type who would have committed plagiarism. And then stuck to the lie her entire life. Yeah a mystery mystery and even Henry Ford couldn't solve it but to end this one because we don't really have a resolution to it there is Like the the full poem by Sir Joseph Hale Ends Pretty Acutely because she's talking about how Everyone wanted to know why the lamb loved Mary so much and in the pullman says well it's because Mary loves the lamb back and then it ends with an you. Each gentle animal in confidence may bind and make them follow at your will if only you are kind and that sweet thing to teach little kids be kind to animals and you can basically be the boss of them yes and you will never be serial killer. 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"sarah josefa" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:15 min | 10 months ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"So Sarah Josefa. Josefa Hail I like Joseph I hadn't considered Josefa that's. A good one, too. That sounds really biblical like she's. Does she suddenly just grew a beard without a moustache? Yes like come to me, Jeff, and let me put oils on your feet. Right! Exactly what I was thinking. Where remember congressman was literally anointed. Someone's. Ashcroft I think. Wasn't it? Flesh it. Yeah what a bizarre time I think it was! It was Ashcroft. You're totally right I! He also sang some Weird Patriotic Song about the Eagle flying high around the same time he got some bad press. Everybody was while you're conquers buddy. Oh, man, I miss that guy. He was fun for the News Cycle. He really was. all right so Sarah Josefa. Moved to Boston in Eighteen, twenty eight, she was a poet and a writer. And she was actually the editor of the very first women's magazine in the US called. Gaudi's ladies book. And it was here in Boston, that she met a man named Lowell Mason, who was a musician and composer? Who Said you know what? If, we get some of these poems and set them to music. They would be called songs, and we can use these in schools to make a little kids. Good moral kids when I think of lull this. kind of folk musician children's music study proponent guy. Have you ever seen that Mister, show where David Cross is like the guy who sculpted the little, the little body that he moves from Appalachian Folk Art. That guy that's who I think of when I think this guy, you know Kinda, weird and hapless in out of it and all like his whole focus is learning to to to get music into schools for children and. I. Don't know why, but it's really stuck in there. You know or buddy. Scott Ackerman wrote for Mister show. And it was kind of his entree into the entertainment industry and he does eight. Yeah, he does a spot on impression of Bob Odenkirk. Oh Yeah Oh it's great. That it's very funny. All right, so mason inhale are writing. Songs together. They fifteen poems to music called poems for our children..

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

04:58 min | 10 months ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey welcome to short stuff. I'm Josh thanks. Chuck Mrs Short stuff we're talking about. You'll nursery rhyme pretty door -able in its nature that you may have heard of before. It's called Mary. Had a little lamb. Wait a minute was was this lamb's fleece as white as snow. It was and there was something remarkable about it in that wherever Mary Wet. The lamb went as well. It sounds like a stocker to me a little bit so this is pretty interesting in that. This is controversial. I mean this cute little nursery rhyme that every English. Speaking kid on the planet has heard at one time or another especially if you were raised in America. may have had number one a real life origin in number two. There are two towns in Massachusetts and New Hampshire where the local historical societies will fight each other with chains and brass knuckles if they run into one another in public. Yeah this is really interesting in Sterling Massachusetts If you go you're going to see a a little copper statue of a little lamb and it's Mary Sawyer's little lambs specifically which she brought to school in Eighteen. Fifteen yeah She was a little girl. Who In this? I guess we should say allegedly for all this stuff because they're saying that each other is wrong so allegedly. Mary say this little lamb nursed back to health overnight and over a few days the lamb got much better and then she was going to go to school one day and her brother Nat said. Who want you bring that lamb to school since you love it? So much much married. And she did. Bring the lamb to school Hiding it in a basket under her chair and at one point she stands up to take part in a recitation. Lesson and the lamb bleeds. The teacher laughs. She takes the lamb outside and kills it. No she takes a lamb outside and stores it in the shed but this caught the idea of a guy named or the eye of a guy named John Rolston. Yeah he was a an older boy who I guess was visiting the schoolhouse where all this took place. That day US on his way off to Harvard and he died shortly after of tuberculosis but before that he wrote a poem through several lines. This basically what everybody knows from. Mary had a little lamb Supposedly that night. He was so taken by this thing by. This event came back the next day on horseback and handed Mary the little poem he wrote for Her and Mary. Sawyer went on for the rest of her life as Mary. The girl with the little lamb that she'd nursed back to health and these the source of the famous nursery rhyme. Mary had a little lamb yet. And it's important to note that he wrote but three stanzas of that poem and I think he was just thought it was cute. I think it's an adorable story. That not only did she. Nurse Little Lamb and take it to school but this you know rising freshmen at Harvard was so smitten with this whole thing on his little visit to the school that he wrote a poem about it and then he died of tuberculosis later than that again. So he He so Jon Ralston and Mary. Sawyer are the source of inspiration and the the basis of that nursery rhyme. Mary had a little lamb. As far as sterling. Massachusetts is concerned. But if you Drive a little further north about ninety miles north in New Hampshire West New Hampshire. You come across the town of Newport You will get a totally different story that their their position is basically that Mary. Sawyer was allying old lady who lied her whole life and made up this fantastic tale. And that it was really Sarah Josefa Hale who was a native of Newport New Hampshire Who was very famous for setting up the first Thanksgiving in the United States Like as as as a national holiday. She's the one that made that happen That she's the one who wrote. Mary had a little lamb right. And I think we should take a break okay And before we do. I WANNA point out. The Josh did not Miss Speak. Her Middle Name was Josefa and not Joseph or Josephine. Yeah it just sounded a little funny and people might think. Why did Josh Spice that one up a little mustard on it? So we'll come back and explain more about her story. Where Henry Ford figures in right after this getting.

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on 3X Value Growth

3X Value Growth

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on 3X Value Growth

"I I come to you as always from New Hampshire and because of that I start with a piece of New Hampshire Trivia and today's piece of Trivia has to do with the poem we all learned before we even went went to school. Mary had a little lamb. Will the author is Sarah Josefa. She was an author and journalist in Newport. Report New Hampshire and she wrote the poem. Mary had a little lamb in eighteen thirty. So that's my trivia about New Hampshire. Today I am joined by Kristen Gallagher. Welcome Kristen Hi Carrie. Thank you so much for having me. It's a pleasure to have you. Where are you calling in from today today? I'm actually calling in from from Santa Fe New Mexico I'm on my annual business planning strategy retreat but normally. I'm based in Portland Oregon. Oh big difference yes yeah well. Thank you again Chris for joining us. It's a real pleasure to have you for people who don't know Kristen. Let me give you a little bit about her background. Kristen Gallagher Gallagher is an organizational strategy and learning designer. She's the founder and CEO of edify a consultancy that builds technical onboard in in programs for high growth teams. She brings over a decade of management organizational development to edify she has architect and delivered on boarding programs for companies ranging in growth from one to over one hundred people per quarter in just one office to over thirteen global offices and for fully onsite to fully remote teams what Arrange Gallagher frequently speaks and writes on the topics of on boarding change management and team communication. Welcome again kristen. Gallagher drink you so much carrying titled for Today's seven question interview is adding adding value with on Boarding Kristen. Are you ready to do that. In seven minutes I'm ready. I'll be brief number one. Who is your ideal client so my ideal client is a team usually led by a technical team later a vice president of engineering or so director of engineering at a mid it size technology you're able company and for those companies? What problem are you solving these businesses? We help them increase their retention. Attention of new hires and decrease their attrition and also increase their time to productivity. So that people get ramped up faster for their technical new hires. That's huge. Definitely my third question. What are the typical symptoms of that problem? That you see business owners experiencing or that they're talking about. I think the biggest problem that people talk about is the pain with on morning so it's really challenging for managers who are managing variety of people in a variety of projects to to bring on people quickly into actually share the right kind of knowledge. The right way. And it's really painful for the existing team to basically have to on more that person Jason with our plan and it takes a lot of time for the new hire so that new hires also experiencing a lot of frustration. Absolutely not a good way for somebody to start with your company so with the fourth question. Then what are the most common mistakes that you see them making when they try to solve this on their own. I see see people try to lean on very basic checklist or a C.. People try to lean on HR corporate on boarding and the problem that we saw this very a specific to the department on the team or the technical layer of a person's job so you may get company on boarding but you also need department team. I'm on boarding. That's specific to your job. And so the mistake I see. The most is when people believe that they have a corporate on boarding program that will solve all of those problems for them or they just rely on a really basic checklist of. Here's the people should meet. Here are the things you should read. That's just not enough. That's a huge gap that they're not covering they just assume that it's going to happen by Moses definitely so my fifth question is in this situation. What's one valuable action you can recommend to our audience listeners? That they can implement that actually will help them increase this on boarding which is adding value directly to the company. Exactly so I think the most valuable action. Probably the easiest as the very next time that you haven't you hire joining your company. You actually ask them to pay attention to what's missing and and have them create a list of what kinds of information and knowledge they needed or wish that they had to make their morning better than you used that new hire to write that documentation are together that from subject matter experts. That's so simple and yet. It's so so doable. Definitely so the six question building on on that. What's one valuable free resource that you can direct people to that action? We'll help them even further in solving that problem. Yep so I write a lot on on NEOM and if you go to medium dot com and find Kristen Maeve K. R. I s. t. m. a. e. you'll find a blog post that I wrote called called. Mvp On boarding for the ninety seven percent of startups. Have none and it no. That's quite a lot of people. Don't organizations that don't have on boarding in there. There is a link to a free on learning plan that you can make a copy of the document we can make a copy of it and use it as much as you like. That's gold thank you. That's a great resource so with all your years of experience. What's one question that I should've asked you that? I didn't that would add great value for our our listeners. And please provide the answer. I think probably the question that I always wish I would get asked is how do I help my managers onboard better and the reason. I think that's the most important question in on morning actually is that if a manager is on boarded well then they are not going to be able to on the rest of their team well and they're not going to be able to manage their team while and the answer to that question. How should I manage the on boarding of my own? Managers better is by going around to the rest of the managers in your company similar with the tip. I offered with new. Hires figuring out what they needed when they got started making that checklist for yourself us and then as you think about the kinds of tacit knowledge the things that are in your head as a business owner. What kinds of things does the manager? Not Know that you know about the rooks. They learning the ropes part and write those things into the checklist. So I think that's a really important question and pretty easy answer as well. It's straightforward Florida's. Just a matter of go back and do that with those people. Terrific very terrific. Thank you so much. Kristen Gallagher for giving me this interview for the three x value growth. PODCAST CAST. Thank you for your time today. So welcome thank you. Thanks for checking out the three x value growth. podcast if you like what we're doing here head over to items subscribe leave us a review or rate us. It's very much appreciate it. And if you'd like to learn more about the three x value growth model we'll go to W._W._w.. Three X VALUE DOT com forward slash modeled for the P._D._f...

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

23:26 min | 1 year ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Be looking to favor production of Ashley store is a processing pumpkin processing yes which I believe is so named because a majority of them end up in processing plants where they're fleshes and finding your carving Pumpkins have the hall on him that's all part yeah there especially popular in Mexico where where cooker Beata pepo originated as both a snack and arrest ingredient Either whole or ground up into a nice little paste pumpkin seeds to sweet sp sp very good in this episode is brought to you by Panera bread ask yourself when was the last time you had a meal that was fresh and filling Pinera's new warm grain bowls are full of flavorful ingredients Harney Chemo Spicy Salsa Verde and creamy avocado full of flavors textures and colors full of good so you'll be full of good too Chhaya new Baja our Mediterranean warm Greenville warm grain bowls full of good now available for delivery Panera food as it should be and we're back thank you sponsor so the oldest evidence archaeologists have sound of Pumpkins comes from the Oaxaca highlands of Mexico dating back seven thousand five hundred years pretty long time where they discovered the domesticated pumpkin seats and these early Pumpkins were most likely smaller and bitter but they were really durable and they could survive the winter because of this they were probably some of the first crops consumed in North America and the native Americans the pound strips of Pumpkin flats and we've them into Matt so not just for food but they would also eat the dry jobs for consumption pumpkin so interesting yes sleep if you just boil them they they tasted quite pleasant yeah they'd roast them they'd roast chunks of Pumpkin over fires bake them dry them grind them up and use them as flower very versatile pumpkin seeds were a favorite of the Aztecs and the Mayans would cook the fruit into sauces toast and grind the seeds and you use the dried out empty pumpkins to drink out of ours bowls or other storage containers which I never considered but yeah Oh of course totally campaigner shape huge huge history Gordon is containers love it with the advent of maize to the region farmers discovered the benefits of the three sisters formation trying to have heard of the resistors here are squash maize and beans and like any good sisters they help each other grow oh how sweet they're good sisters the beam things grow up and along the corn stocks using them like a natural trellis and the bean routes they release nitrogen into the soil which is beneficial for the corn the Pumpkins and or squash vines provided shelter for the roots and kept the moisture in the soil oh sounds like a pretty sweet set up to me absolutely when the spirit arrived in the Yucatan in the fifteen hundreds of the native people served them a dish of corn tortillas and punchy sauce called food for the Lord's that sounds pretty good the speed of light because they took the seeds of back to Spain where it spread and diversified and lots of new foods took a while to catch on remember the tomato but the Pumpkin was similar enough to squashes that already existed in the old world but kind of had a better flavor so so it caught on pretty much Bentley Yeah they didn't have to wait around popular and this is around about the time the word pumpkin first appeared originates from the Greek word meaning lost large Mellon accents in fifteen forty seven. The English started using pumping y'all or peel I'm saying that the accent that the English certainly didn't use but it didn't appear in written records until sixteen forty seven and that term comes from the French good Pope John is yes the the French word for Pumpkin and it was around that time that a bunch of European recipes for Pumpkin custard began to appear within the lower classes anyway through the seventeen hundreds upper-class Europeans referred to Pumpkins as ordinary mean unsubstantial and frequently cultivate aided by the country people who planned to them upon their Dung Hills I'm taking this is a personal affront I very offended and I can't understand people keep insulting foods I just sorta food been like that mean unsubstantial gotten Kinda mad at they don't know maybe something that I couldn't eat if it's difficult to peel sometimes I get frustrated but I don't that pain that was rough yeah but I I mean I don't blame the pain Mellon I do I wouldn't Wanna get eaten necessarily okay well that's fair yeah anyway once the pilgrims started settling North America they wholeheartedly embraced the Pumkin which the native Americans introduced them to impart dude to hardiness they used it in deserts and side dishes and soups the Pumpkin was the star of the first Thanksgiving as evidence by sixteen hundred the three poem entitled New England's annoyances for pottage and puddings and custard pies pumpkins and parsnips are common supplies as we have pumpkins at morning and Pumpkins at noon if it were not for Pumpkins we should be undone the scheme yeah love it yeah but they weren't using it in a way most of us are familiar with the Pumpkin yes right Pumpkin yes what they would do is cut off the top remove seeds and then they'd filled inside eggs cream honey and other spices the they'd bury the whole thing in the hot ashes of fire wait till it was done don't know how they knew but all right and they scoop out the inside including the pumpkin flesh and serve it as sort of a customer kind of early version of the Pumpkin pie kind of yeah and they wouldn't had apple pie that early probably a you know because quash congressional season but decent cooking apples take years and years as we have discussed before yes we have early New England colonist also used the Pumpkin for a haircut template Whoa I wanNA know so much about this they did it to make sure they achieved a clean uniform cut which earned which earned them the name that it named Pumpkin heads you know I just don't know how but anyway I will look into that after this in the sixteen seventy one of the first published Pumpkin recipes appeared in John Joscelyn's New England rarities discovered the recipe called cooking down right Pumpkin for a day and adding butter and spices budget simple the pilgrims were also noted make pumpkin beer by fermenting it along with maples Sugar Hobson persimmons and through the seventeen and eighteen hundreds pumpkin was a relatively common ingredient in beers in the pre United States I suppose due to its availability whereas Multan hops a little bit more rare there's recipes for mashing out pumpkin juice that you do with apples then hopping and fermenting that g as you would with a beer and four beers that start with Multan hops and dried apple and Pumpkin plus other stuff like Ryan Burcin and other flavorings there's actually a later verse of that Pumpkin loading poem or Pumpkin annoyance poem like like why are there all of these pumpkins everywhere that feeds the asli if barley wanting to make into malt we must be contented and think it no fault for we can make liquor to sweeten our lips of Pumpkins and parsnips and Walnut reach chips liquor to threaten our lips and no I have to say I like this poem and also Pumpkin seems to show up and a lot of poems because we were talking about more later yeah fun thing to look out for Pumpkin did fall out of prevalence in a beer here in the Americas until the nineteen eighties sure so and the craft beer movement more about that a little bit yes speaking of Pumpkin Pie what about Pumpkin Pie Oh yeah there were recipes race dude and sweetened pumpkin mixture wrapped in pastry all the way back to medieval times A lot of the recipes you find in medieval European cookbooks we're modernized and later prince by replacing squash with pumpkin because as Lauren said earlier when Pumpkin came around it was kind of just as tastier replacement for squash Yeah in sixteenth and seventeenth century England some of the more well off were familiar with the type of Pumpkin Pie that sometimes involves stuffing apples into the shell of upon mm kindle so using the Pumpkin as the coffin in this went out of fashion and in the eighteenth century and of note is the sixteen fifty it's passage by Edward Johnson about a sign of progress New England being that people were eating quote apples pears and quince tarts instead of their former Pumpkin pies so ak they were eating the more civilized European non-native not that mean unsee stantione Pumpkin Geez tough crowd however the eighteen hundreds of just about the time that the American colonists started the trend of serving a sweetened pumpkin dish at holiday gathering's dollar like Thanksgiving in seventeen ninety six Amelia Simmons's cookbook American cooking right which I'm pretty sure we mentioned before had a recipe for Pumpkin puddings that were baked crust similar to what we have today and there's a fun story about a small town in Connecticut and eighteen hundreds they postponed Thanksgiving a week to wait out a molasses shortage that impacted Pumpkin Pie it's so important to the meal they were like hold up the we're going to have to put this off for a week everybody I hope for all the same page here because I'm not doing thanks living without my pumpkin pie hats blasphemy. I feel the same way I didn't until recently I actually I don't get it but I've only kind of been newly introduced to it anyway back to the Pumpkin Pie and even popped up during the civil war this desert was far more near and dear to the hearts of new Englanders and since many of the most outspoken abolitionist were from New England Pumpkin Pie would feature and some of the writings Lydia Marie child eighteen forty two poem about Thanksgiving in New England ended with the line her for the Pumpkin Pie On top of that Sarah Josefa Hale who has mentioned before is the mother of Thanksgiving and is one of my favorite most bizarre things I ever got to work on stuff mom never told you our history segment so go check that out on Youtube if you if you're interested in delirious she included a brief mention of Pumpkin Pie in her eighteen twenty seven anti slavery novel Northwood quotes yet the Pumpkin pie occupied the most distinguished niche after Abraham Lincoln designated Thanksgiving a national holiday in eighteen sixty three you to this lady's her campaign in he did that he gave into this letter writing campaign in part as an attempt to heal the country after the civil war angry southerners saw as a way for northerners to impose their traditions on them I know with one editorial out of Virginia claiming quote this is an annual custom of that people heretofore celebrated with devout obligations to themselves of didn't Pie and Roast Turkey Oh wow disgusting I know how dare they however with the help of recipes and write ups printed in women's magazines Pumpkin pie spread throughout.

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Seven right now. I think the band is back together. I'm not sure who is gave in there. Yes. I'm here. Okay. Because I can't. Lacked out for some reason, I guess we didn't pay the cable Bill. I know we are how is the race. It was probably when the coolest things I've ever seen in my life. It was amazing eighteen year old Colton hurdle. One it his first he's a rookie. I ever IndyCar win. So who wanted to golden? Eighteen be nineteen next week. He's already driving as fast as Megan. Yeah. That's amazing. And the the the team owner George Steinbrenner the fourth is twenty two years old. Wow. Both great guys realize cars was such a young man sport mentioned that well today is March twenty six otherwise known as make up your own holiday day. You know, there's all these stupid holidays. You know? We got all these different days. Well, think about this in the eighteen hundreds Sarah Josefa HALE believed our nation deserve today of thanks hence thanksgiving. She began writing multiple multiple letters to politicians governors and even president by eighteen sixty three president ABRAHAM LINCOLN accepted hills proposal, but thanksgiving did not become an official holiday till nineteen forty one that's really not that long ago. So what do you think deserves to be celebrated? What's what's a makeup our own day day our own holiday national cinnabon day. That sounds good national bacon day. How about take the day off work and get paid day? They're called vacation. Yes. Here's what you gotta do though you got to choose the right theme. So you got to come up with something that can be viable, then you've got to seek government approval this to make it a national holiday. Now, you get a hold of your state Representative. They'll issue a get them to issue. A legislative proclamation about your special day of that doesn't happen. I get to mayor the city council somebody on it. Register with chases. I didn't realize the official book of offbeat holidays is McGraw Hill's Chase's calendar of events. So you gotta get it on that calendar plan your festivities. If it's take the day off working get paid day. I think that is pretty obvious. What the fist evidence would be do nothing for it. And then you got to obtain some headlines publicize, the meaning of your holiday sounds like a lot of work. It's like way too much or I don't know. I think we can get creative with this hug a grump day. That sounds dangerous. How about national all about me day? Hang out with a millennial. What are you doing? National day of levity. That's what we need. Okay. I'm an okay. All right. We'll get to start working on the government approval right away. Okay. I'll get on. All right. Michael avenue, audio otherwise known as stormy Daniels lawyers in some hot water. We'll talk about.

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

"So many times in the lead them faithfully. And he was a man of great faith. So now in the last few minutes, and this has been very educational as gene, and I were reading the book and looking through the material there, there's some great nuggets in here. We don't understand you don't appreciate the history of. Talk about the declaration of thanksgiving. What it has become in the modern world who started it what what's the history of the actual thanksgiving celebration? So we had that harvest festival that we talked about. Now the following year. We have the they tried to plant crops again in the crops almost fail because of drought. And so about the point where they said, you know, if we get any more drought, we are probably going to going to start the crops going to fail. They held a day of thanksgiving. So they brought everyone in the colony together. This was a religious expression. So they brought everyone the colony together for a day of prayer and petition to God for their survival. And as they're having this pray for rain praying for rain, and they're having this day of thanksgiving and evening sets in his clouds come in, and it starts raining, and it's a rain that saves the crops, and they have perfect weather. This is mid July perfect weather for the rest of the season. And so this is where we get the idea of thanks. Giving. Now, what happens is the harvest festival about food and eating food gets combined with the day of thanksgiving over time and about two hundred years later, Sarah Josefa HALE who wrote Mary had a little lamb. She was the one who wrote that poem at song. And she wrote a book about where she talked about this event thanksgiving that that had happened in the colonies, and she lived around the time of the civil skit she did this is about the time the civil war, and she this is a fictionalized event in her book. But it becomes this this greater idea. And so Sarah Josefa health starts partitioning states to make it holiday, and she eventually gets the ear of ABRAHAM LINCOLN who says civil wars just ended. We need a holiday that is unifying that brings people together and focuses us on God and being thankful for this nation, and he loves the site of thanksgiving. And so we get the food. We get the, thanks. The the prayers to God. And they all sort of coalesce. And ABRAHAM LINCOLN creates this national holiday in November. And so it's kind of an interesting story about how you know, all these things came together and thanksgiving gets created some two hundred years later after the pill, and I like the fact I mean if you look at the inflection points of our nation. I it's a good thing. And president Lincoln was trying to save the union way back then they're simply trying to survive. So the union can actually be saved later. Right. So these are two big inflection points. So the idea of combining these things creating a day of thanks giving so pro preate now the other part of this Jays were ending and right at the end here the pilgrims. They went through an economic upturn..

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Also when it comes to squad to who someone a lot of Americans are probably familiar with comes to this whole, thanks giving tale as far as we know. He did. In fact, help out newly arriving settlers in the early sixteen hundreds as translator and teacher, showing them were to catch fish. And how to go corn? However, he was captured by the English and sixteen fourteen and sold into slavery over the next couple of years, he learned English and he did make it back to New England and sixty nineteen but by then the Pawtuxet tribe, which was his tribe had been wiped out by smallpox thanksgiving. Yeah. Right before he goes, celebrate with your family. Yeah. You can get drunk on wine and regale them with these fun facts. Yeah. The European settlers did really terrible things. They did. And we're not through. When the constitution was enacted, the continental congress called for a national thanksgiving. But then congress left thanksgiving to be decided by states in seventeen ninety eight some of which really didn't like the federal government getting involved in any religious observations, which again thanksgiving was for a long time a religious thing. Right. The south didn't really get into it. Like the north did. And it was the source of a lot of controversy more divisive than unifying, and this brings us to the mid eighteen hundreds when the north dominated the federal government and the country was more divided than ever during the civil war and it rings us to Sarah Josefa hail. She was the editor of the magazine goldies ladies book and also the author of Mary had a little lamb just for another fun to bit about her. And she thought that a national day of thanksgiving was just what America needed to unify. Okay. Sure. She had found the writings of Edward Winslow. One of the two attendees at the supposed I thanks giving who wrote about it who's record still survive and she wanted to revive this of note. The Boston clergyman who rediscovered and published writings labeled them the first thanksgiving. They were describing the first thanksgiving, but he did it kind of arbitrary. Yeah. She started publishing articles and recipes about it. A description of Turkey from the other surviving written record of the event convinced her that Turkey needed to be involved in this meal and beginning in eighteen forty six she started a letter campaign five American presidents five received a letter from hail president Taylor. President Fillmore president peers, president Buchanan, and then president Lincoln and more than one letter a piece, right? Like this was like at least once a year. She would send these letters. Yes. Yeah. She was very very determined and paid off or efforts were successful. When ABRAHAM LINCOLN declared that Thursday, November twenty six eighteen sixty three which was during the civil war as national Thanksgiving Day. He advised Americans to quote, commend to his tender care all those who have become widows orphans mourners or suffers in the lamentable civil strife and to. To heal the wounds of the nation. Hale also, really helped sell this idea that the first things giving was a beautiful love between the native Americans in the pilgrims. That version we hear elements school. Yeah. She was also the one who kind of cemented our concept of of the visual concept of the pilgrims that we learn in elementary school that whole black and white outfit and the whole thing. Yeah. It in reality. They would have been wearing like I mean, they were real poor. And they kind of been run out of England. They were wearing whatever they could Ford which was probably a wild hodgepodge of different colors and cheap fabrics. Yeah. I've always wondered about that. But Sarah Josefa hail real Victorian about stuff. Yeah. She was in dude. Her idea of thanksgiving meal did include Turkey and stuffing, but also steak pork mutton geese ducks chicken pie roasted vegetables, lots of gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie. You know, I have to go on a brief aside. I lo- pumpkin and pumpkin pie. But my family is really weird about it. And they won't eat it. They've never had it. They try it have they had speed potato pie. No, okay. They've had soup potato casserole. And I told you that I, and it's it's become a source of contention because my view if I'm cooking the meal than they're stuck with what you give. I wanna eat it. Right. But they won't eat it. I did make one year..

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Hello. And welcome to the podcast. I'm kristen. And I'm Caroline and first off I would like to say happy birthday to Caroline. Because this is what thanksgiving episode and you'll birthday is on thanksgiving this year. I love it. I love this birthday cycle that I have where every couple of years. I get to pretend that the giant feast and the pie that follows is just for me. Now, will you have a special cake in addition to pies yet? Okay. Oh, yeah. Chocolate on chocolate, man. I like your birthday style. Thanks. Well, you have a woman to thank for this thanksgiving slash birthday feast that you will be having and I'm not talking about your momma. Oh, okay. No offense to Sally. I'm talking about Sarah Josefa hail. Oh, yes. She is the mother of thanksgiving. Yeah. And much like the mother of mother's day, Anna Jarvis. Yes. There we go and Jarvis who stars in one of our videos. Sarah HALE, had very particular ideas about how thanksgiving should go. And you know, of course, that included starting the thanksgiving mythology about the wonderful dinner coming together of the native Americans and the pilgrims. Indeed, the sixteen Twenty-one feast that's often cited as the first thanksgiving which was thrown by the pilgrims, aka the Browns English dissenters was as thanksgiving scholars, and yes, there are thanksgiving. Scholars would point out was merely the result of their puritanical fasting and feasting tradition. Right. And and so it was not uncommon to have a thanksgiving feast a giving of thanks celebration. If something amazing happened in this particular case, it was because they were thanking God for having a great food store. They'd made it through the winter, and they had enough food and tasty morsels and things it was definite. Not a scheduled ritual that would have been presumptuous because they were these feast, Ren, direct direct correlation with something awesome. That happened that was from God in their in their view. Yeah. And on the flip side of that. They would have these days of feasting. Yes. But they would also have those periods of fasting to where they would be seeking perhaps mercy from God by abstaining from food. So the whole idea of the pilgrims coming together with the womp, Noah, get native Americans in having this happy. Go lucky wonderful meal that then set off the course of thanksgiving history, as we know it is a bit of revisionist history. Courtesy of Sarah Josefa hail. Although that's not to say that there weren't other thanksgiving like celebrations that would happen. This was pretty common to have a giant meal to celebrate something. Absolutely. That's my favorite way. To celebrate something in seventeen seventy seven the continental congress declared a thanksgiving and then. In seventeen eighty nine Washington cold for a repeat and until eighteen fifteen new Englanders usually continued the tradition, but it is MRs HALE who we can thank for this glorious day of Turkey. Yeah. And we learned more about s j HALE over at the national women's history museum and the Boston women's heritage trail. She was born in New Hampshire in seventeen eighty eight taught herself at home, while her brother went off to Dartmouth. Because that's kinda how schooling went those days and her parents, though, did believe that their daughter. She get a quality education. But just not in public, right? Not not out of the house. So lord. Yeah. And she would sometimes studied the books that her brother bought brought home from college and in eighteen o six with all of this great education. She she received at eighteen she opened a private school and taught there until marrying lawyer David Hale in eighteen thirteen but then David the lawyer died in eighteen twenty two. And so she had five kids at the time and thought to herself, Sarah, what are we going to do to take care of all these kids, and she was a writer, and so she she wrote the book of poems, the genius of oblivion and other poems. And she also wrote a novel called northwood in eighteen twenty seven that had a lot of info in there on a thanksgiving celebration, a traditional New England thanksgiving. Yeah, I love how she paints thanksgiving as something that everybody should participate in. She also wrote Mary had a little lamb lamb in eighteen thirty. Yeah. So and so we should in the podcast there. Yes. Woman the created thanksgiving and wrote Mary had a little lamb the end done side note, though during this time on that. She was doing all of this writing in eighteen thirty three she established the Seaman's aid society in Boston to provide employment.

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on Pro Rata

Pro Rata

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on Pro Rata

"He wants to use every bit of full time to get his judicial nominees through. So I wouldn't be surprised to sort of ground swell on the hill. But I'd be surprised if Mitch McConnell lips of thing to help it happen within that caucus that kind of rump of traditional GOP foreign policy feeling how should we think about what this ultimately means for the CIA and the people who were kind of told, hey, go find out what happened? They find out what happened and the response from basically from their boss or their bosses bosses. Yeah. Thanks for that. I don't care. Well, it's the first time, you know, this is now a passion I was in the room with Trump and pollution in Helsinki at that press conference when the president stood and credited Pusan's denial over the findings the consensus findings of the US intelligence community. So it's not like this is some aber into vent that. Never happened before. This is a Pathan either cover the CIA. So I haven't spoken to rank and file CIA operative. So I could only speculate, but there's certainly been reporting and other outlets that US intelligence professionals of very discouraged by by what's going on. And you can understand what absolutely doesn't thank you so much and have a good thanksgiving tonight. Thanks Jonathan swan national political reporter for axios. My final two right after this access chief technology correspondent Dana free shares. Breaking news and analysis on the most consequential companies and players tech from the valley to DC subscribed to get smarter faster at sign up dot axios dot com and now back to the program podcasts. Now for my final two. And I up is Mark Zuckerberg who last night fired back at Facebook's critics in an interview with CNN a lot of the criticism around the biggest issues has been fair. But I do think that if we're going to be real there is this bigger picture as well. Which is that we have a different worldview than than some of the folks who who are covering this Zuckerberg was in word defiant, and that included when it came to a question about whether he'd be willing to step down as chairman Facebook a role that he holds in addition to being CEO, he's said, no, he's not going anywhere, which means we should expect the critics to begin digging in even deeper and finally something to consider in the context of increased political polarization, and our fears that they may rear their ugly heads during tomorrow's thanksgiving feast. So we all know, the basic story of the first thanksgiving between the pilgrims and the native Americans of Plymouth, Massachusetts. But the actual holiday owes its existence to ABRAHAM LINCOLN centuries later, but the urging of a magazine editor named Sarah Josefa. Hale Lincoln, turn thanksgiving from a small event celebrated at different times in different regions into a national holiday believing that the country in the midst of civil war needed what he called a day apart, basically one day leave our differences at the door. And celebrate what binds us rather than what divides us, and we're done. Thanks for listening and to my producers, Adam Grassi and Tim show. Vers have great national jukebox day yet. It's not thanksgiving quite yet. And we'll be back on Monday with another pro rata podcast.

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on KNSS

"Weather forecast heading into thanksgiving high today, fifty nine degrees under a sunny sky. That's pretty good overnight low tonight down to thirty six hundred clear sky, pretty much the same tomorrow is be breezy tomorrow with a wind out of the south. But once again, sunny, the high fifty eight on Thanksgiving Day Haganah says weather brought to you by the monarch explore your love of America's native spirit every Wednesday. That's today with four dollars select bourbons whiskeys located at five seven nine with Douglas in historic Delano. What a great place to hang out. The monarch. Eight forty nine Stephen Ted on K NSS, Connecticut was the first state that made thanksgiving an annual event just for ordinary yearly doing this over the phone. Thank you to Connecticut. Yeah. For doing that. But before it became standard. Thanksgiving's were occasional a formalized. Thanks, George Washington. Basically kind of started the ball rolling on some of that he made a proclamation in the year seventeen Eighty-nine recommending that the state's car out Thursday, November twenty sixth as a day of public thanksgiving and prayer congress met for the first time that year. So they implemented reminding the constitution setting up the government, and how that would work and all that. Then the proclamation framed thanksgiving is a time for all their blessings in getting this new country started. And so they started doing that in seventeen eighty nine that was a one time only deal seventeen Eighty-nine giving thanks for the country starting after that some state governors kept that tradition declared a day of thanksgiving whenever it so happened in those states, but it was never a it was not a formalized date. But then came along the eighteen hundreds and one woman, Sarah Josefa hail started a letter writing campaign. She wanted the last Thursday of November designated at a national day of thanksgiving. This all started about the mid eighteen hundreds. That's what she envisioned and that pretty much what we're doing. She wrote a letter during president Lincoln's first term to the president. And she wrote that letter. In late September. And by early October Lincoln declared a national thanksgiving for the last Thursday of November cool is she wrote a letter to the president. And she got action talking about like a week and a half later. Yeah. And of course, it was in the middle of the civil war. So I'm sure Lincoln thought that is certainly appropriate to do Lincoln called for regularly called thanksgiving's on a Thursday. And then it finally sometimes there were some comings and goings of that. Finally, it got standardized like we know it in nineteen thirty nine when FDR began moving thanksgiving from the last Thursdays of the month. And he kinda put it to the next to last Thursday which enabled a bigger shopping period between thanksgiving and Christmas. And now we've said we settled on the fourth Thursday of thanksgiving of November is thanksgiving now, and we all know it is Turkey day. And that's where we've been since the thirties as God as my witness. I thought turkeys could fly. Yeah. That was forty years ago that hard to believe. Classic w k RPG Lauren, and Steve McIntosh knows the guy that was involved in that event that it's based on zero. Yeah, he worked with that guy somewhere along the line at a radio station of the that is the story of dropping turkeys out of a helicopter. Apparently, there's there's some sort of nugget of real life in that actually some sort of promotion did happen that you just can't be mapped knew that guy. It is eight fifty two we Stephen Ted on K NSS. Hey, are you flying somewhere for thanksgiving? Will there be any empty seats on either side of you don't bet on it? Here's Bill ROY editor of the Wichita business journal the local business update. Hello bill. Hello, ted. Yeah. Are you traveling for thanksgiving airlines are predicting record passenger traffic? Despite the congestion delays are expected to be reduced in Wichita weather supposed to be decent at least until Sunday on time performance has been decent in ears. Eisenhower airports rate they've delayed. Flights has mirrored the national average about nineteen percent. Mid American credit union plans to be in its new Kellogg and Oliver branch within a year work started on the branch, and it's expected to be complete by late summer. New credit building credit union building will replace a branch at eight o four south Oliver. The law company is the general contractor on the project. Richard kraybill is the architect. In Steve Martin's has been.

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on KTOK

"Of you and your car's right now getting ready to get in your cars are getting out of your cars. I want to wish you a wonderful thanksgiving. We have a lot to be thankful for. No, thanks to the lives, by the way. No thank for now. Thanks to the left. Let's be honest. But there's a few issues here that I'd like to address by the way, do you know? The Genesis of thanksgiving. You know, the Genesis seven. The first thanksgiving took place at Plymouth colony. Massachusetts. Massachusetts is what we call it today in sixteen twenty one. And then a couple of centuries later more than a few centuries. President ABRAHAM LINCOLN declared a a national holiday the final Thursday November. Congress eventually got around to it in nineteen forty one. And. Lincoln was lobbied by Sarah Josefa hail pointed out at history dot com. She was very influential magazine editor and author. And as they point out. She waged a tireless campaign to make thanksgiving a national holiday, and she lobbied the hell out of Lincoln, and you might be more familiar with her. She wrote the classic nursery rhyme Mary had a little lamb. So that's the thumbnail sketch of thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a time to be with family. And if he can't be with family, you know, you think about family to step back. In embrace your blessings. And to remember those who who are no longer with you and your family. Under appreciate what you have. You know, when you watch CNN and MSNBC and the rest of the left-wing coop media. It's amazing. You don't hate your country. It's amazing. You don't reject your faith. And yet Americans instinctively know better, perhaps it's intuitively. We know better. Because unlike many other countries were free to leave if we want to and we don't. May take vacations overseas, but we always come back. This is truly such a special country. No, thanks. Leftists. By the way. No, thanks to the modern media either. Despite what they may claim. Is there vaunted position? And on this this day Tuesday. And I will not be on the radio Tamar who's on the radio tomorrow, Mr. producer. Larry O'Connor, my buddy from WMA a great, by the way broadcaster and Brian Mudd on Friday, another great broadcaster WMA on WGN. Oh. And here we are thanksgiving. And what are the media doing today? They're attacking Ivanka Trump. Now. If this were a democrat administration. Ivanka trump. Jared kushner. Donald Trump junior. Eric Trump their spouses, and whomever they'd all be treated like Camelot like the Kennedy. Ivanka Trump is an extraordinary young lady. Extraordinary. She's an extraordinary business woman. She's an extraordinary daughter, very loyal to her father. She's got a lot of poise. And yet they try to destroy her. You've got low life fools like Scarborough with his low-life for girlfriends eventually wife makeup regime s-k-y. Who just mocked his family? They would never do it to a child of a democrat president and never have. Nobody ever took on the daughters of the Obamas. There's reason to take them on. Some of the behave poorly, partying pictures and so forth, but people know better than to do that. But when it comes to the Trump children, they want to imprison them. If they have a setback and business or something. They celebrate it. The left is very very sick. And they're getting worse. And by that I include the media. Include the media. Now, Evonne Trump apparently used her private Email. A few hundred times as I understand it to do government business. And of course, for the Democrats. This is equivalent to Hillary Clinton. But you really do have to have a negative. I IQ to draw that conclusion. And I'll explain why. Ivanka Trump did not go out of her way to create he private server. Ivanka trump. Didn't start deleting emails. That she was concerned might become public. Ivanka trump. Didn't have a whole bunch of classified emails either. The few hundred emails not over the course of years over the course of what weeks and months. And she wasn't out there. Trying to deceive people. She didn't act stupid. When it was determined that she was using private e mails for government business at a very limited level of that. What do you do wipe them like with a cloth? Yet, the left celebrates Hillary Clinton as a modern feminist. Hillary Clinton is an old time hack. She's never been a feminist. She's held onto her husband's coattails from day one and attacked women who her husband attacked. That's not a modern feminist. And if by feminists, we mean, a strong woman. A strong mother. A strong wife. Intelligent, so forth. And so on. Then conservative women are feminists. If on the other hand, you mean bra burning crazy, radical kooks who don't shampoo and all that. Okay. That's their side. But Ivanka Trump is far more. Positive example of a woman than Hillary Clinton could ever be ever. Ever. She's classier she smarter. She's more attractive. And she's more family oriented. That's right. I said it. I said it, and I mean it. And her husband's loyal to our to what about that. Yes. Yes. Yes. And. Since they bring up Ivanka Trump. She's a very religious person. She pursued her religion. She didn't just convert to Judaism, she converted to orthodox Judaism. What is Hillary Clinton's faith? I don't even know. While she doesn't wear it on her sleeve. There's nothing to wearing it on her sleeve. She's not really into it. I don't believe. Now, one Hillary Clinton was working for her husband in the White House. She almost destroyed our health care system. So repugnant was she in. So repulsive was her little project. That it was rejected by the American people thoroughly and completely. Because we don't like police state healthcare. She had set up a system with a thousand of her favorite friends, radical kooks, and lobbyists that would have prevented you from even buying private healthcare or there ever being private healthcare. And it cost the Democrats. Fifty four seats in the house and eight Senate seat. Nobody ever mentions. Wherever Hillary goes. She creates chaos wherever Hillary goes, there's destruction. Because she's a left wing. A left-wing cook. May I say with all due respect? And she always has been a left wing Kook. Now when she was a little younger than Yvonne. Back in the day. Her hero who she sought out. Plus, Saul Alinsky. Saul Alinsky marxists out of Chicago. Hillary a Marxist out of Illinois. She wanted to meet Saul Alinsky and she met him once or twice. She was smitten by his genius and his ideology. And she is perpetuated that poison ever since. What exactly has Hillary Clinton contributed to society? I mean this in all honesty as first lady. Has sector state. Before that as a Senator as a candidate. What exactly all these years in the public eye damn little? Damn little so what Hillary Clinton does with purpose of forethought. And connivance. And what does? As an innocent error. For the Democrats. That's equivalent. Because the leading democrat their party have no soul. They have. No, moral guidepost. They're out of control. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm. Did you know that studies have shown that we need over ten servings of fruits and veggies every single day? If you're like me, it's hard to find the time and money to prepare an eat all of those fruits and vegetables who can do that yet..

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on KTRH

"Of your cars. I wanna wish you a wonderful thanksgiving. We have a lot to be thankful for. No, thanks to the lives, by the way. No thank for. No, thanks to the left. Let's be honest. But there's a few issues here that I'd like to address by the way, do you know? The Genesis of thanksgiving. You know, the Genesis it. The first thanksgiving took place at Plymouth colony. Massachusetts. Massachusetts is what we call it today in sixteen twenty one. And then a couple of centuries later more than a few centuries. President ABRAHAM LINCOLN declared a a national holiday the final Thursday November. Congress eventually got around to it in nineteen forty one. And. Lincoln was lobbied by Sarah Josefa hail pointed out at history dot com. She was very influential magazine editor and author. And as they point out. She waged a tireless campaign to make thanksgiving a national holiday, and she lobbied the hell out of Lincoln, and you might be more familiar with her. She wrote the classic nursery rhyme Mary had a little lamb. So that's the thumbnail sketch thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a time to be with family. And if he can't be with family, you know, you think about family to step back. Embrace your blessings. And to remember those who who are no longer with you and your family. And appreciate what you have. You know, when you watch CNN and MSNBC and the rest of the left wing coop media. It's amazing. You don't hate your country. It's amazing. You don't reject your faith. And yet Americans instinctively know better. Perhaps it's intuitively. We know better. Because unlike many other countries, we're free to leave if we want to and we don't. May take vacations overseas, but we always come back. This is truly such a special country. No, thanks. The leftists and by the way. No, thanks to the modern media either. Despite what they may claim. Is there vaunted position? And on this this stay Tuesday, and I will not be on the radio tomorrow. Who's on the radio tomorrow, Mr. producer? Larry O'Connor, my buddy from WMA a great by the way broadcaster, and Brian might on Friday, another great broadcaster WMA on WGN. No. And here we are thanksgiving. And what are the media doing today? They're attacking Ivanka Trump. Now. If this were a democrat administration. Ivanka trump. Jared kushner. Donald Trump junior. Eric Trump their spouses, and whomever. They'd all be treated like Camelot like the Kennedy. Ivanka Trump is an extraordinary young lady. Extrordinary? She's an extraordinary businesswoman. She's an extraordinary daughter, very loyal to her father. She's got a lot of poise. And yet they try to destroy her. You've got low-life fools like Scarborough with his low-life for girlfriends eventually wife makeup Brzezinski. Who just mocked this family? They would never do it to a child of a democrat president and never have. Nobody ever took on the daughters of the Obamas. There's reason to take them on. Some of them behave poorly, partying pictures and so forth, but people know better than to do that. But when it comes to the Trump children, they want to imprison them. If they have a setback and business or something. They celebrated. The left is very very sick. And they're getting worse. And by that include the media. Include the media. Now, avant atrop- apparently used her private Email. A few hundred times as I understand it to do government business. And of course, for the Democrats. This is equivalent to Hillary Clinton. But you really do have to have a negative IQ to draw that conclusion. And I'll explain why. Ivanka Trump did not go out of her way to create a private server. Ivanka trump. Didn't start deleting emails. That she was concerned might become public. Any vodka Trump? Didn't have a whole bunch of classified emails either. The few hundred emails not over the course of years, but over the course of what weeks and months. And she wasn't out there. Trying to deceive people. She didn't act stupid. When it was determined. She was using private e mails for government business at a very limited level at that. What do you do wipe them like with a cloth? Yet, the left celebrates Hillary Clinton as a modern feminist. Hillary Clinton is an all time hack. She's never been a feminist. She's held onto her husband's coattails from day one and attacked women who her husband attacked. That's not a modern feminist. And if by feminists, we mean, a strong woman. A strong mother. A strong wife. Intelligent, so forth. And so on. Then conservative women are feminist if on the other hand, you mean bra burning crazy, radical kooks, don't shampoo and all that. Okay. That's their side. But Yvonne, Trump is far more. Positive example of a woman than Hillary Clinton could ever be ever. Ever. She's classier. She's smarter. She's more attractive. And she's more family oriented. That's right. I said it. I said it, and I mean it. And her husband's loyal to our to what about that. Yes. Yes. Yes. And. Since they bring up Ivanka Trump. She's a very religious person. She pursued her religion. She didn't just convert to Judaism, she converted to orthodox Judaism. What is Hillary Clinton's faith? I don't even know. While she doesn't wear it on her sleeve has nothing to do it on her sleeve. She's not really into it. I don't believe. Now, one Hillary Clinton was working for her husband in the White House. She almost destroyed our healthcare system. So repugnant was she in. So repulsive was her little project. That it was rejected by the American people thoroughly and completely. Because we don't like police state healthcare. She had set up a system with thousands of her favorite friends, radical kooks, and lobbyists that would have prevented you from even buying private health care or there ever being private healthcare. And it cost the Democrats. Fifty four seats in the house and eight Senate seats. W mentioned, sir. Wherever Hillary goes. She creates chaos wherever Hillary goes. There's destruction. Because she's a left wing. A left-wing cook. May I say with all due respect? And she always has been a left wing Kook. Now when she was a little younger than Ivanka back in the day. Her hero who she sought out. What Saul Alinsky? Saul linski, a Marxist out of Chicago, Hillary, a marxists out of Illinois. She wanted to meet Solan scheme. And she met him once or twice. Chew smitten by his genius and his ideology. And she is perpetuated that poison ever since. What exactly has Hillary Clinton contributed to society? I mean this in all honesty as first lady. As sector state. Before that as a Senator as a candidate. What exactly all these years in the public eye damn little? Damn little so what Hillary Clinton does with purpose of forethought. And connivance. And what does? As an innocent error. For the Democrats. That's equivalent. Because the leaning Democrats in their party have no soul. They have. No, moral guidepost. They're out of control. I'll be right back. Mark levin. Newsradio seven forty KTAR age..

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"sarah josefa" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"sarah josefa" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"But it turned out that he had just eaten way too much men's pie. And so for that reason there were all these warnings about the bizarre side effects of eating mince pie. Because apparently couldn't eat just one piece all these stories about people eating like. Entire mince pies. And it led to things like, of course, indigestion but also nightmares, hallucinations, and even just just death. Reading that Chicago reader article and reading all of the ingredients that the guy used I mean, the amount of animal fat like weird weird animal fat that he put into it. I'm sure it did like instantly clog your arteries, but I can also imagine how savory that probably is as well. Again, vegetarians vegans, I'm sorry. But the topic of our thanksgiving podcast, the mother of thanksgiving herself. Sarah Josefa hail makes an appearance in the mince pie craze. Yeah, she wrote in eighteen forty one in the Victorian American cookbook, the good housekeeper the dangers of eating too much of this pie. We'll pie in general, right? Not just mince pie. She talked about. How people have delicate constitutions should not eat pie because it would injure them in that the nature of pastries. Just indigestible. And so she said, it would really be a great improvement in the matter of health. People would eat their delicious summer fruits with good light bread. Instead of working the flour with water and butter to a compound that almost defies the digestive powers and baking therein, the fruits till they lose nearly all the fine original flavor..

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