35 Burst results for "Savannah"
Learning From Evolution With Evolutionary Biologists Bret Weinstein & Heather Heying
"You guys said that we are not a blank slate but we are the blanket of slates. Which i think is a phenomenal way to put this idea and wanna tie that to the title and get your guys as take so. It's hunter-gatherers guide to the twenty first century. and so the way that i take that is that notion. You have to understand that you're a product of evolution that your brain is a product of evolution and then once you understand the forces of evolution in how we got here. Then maybe just maybe we can find our way out of it. So what are the key elements to being a product of evolution. That you think people miss that we must understand if we're going to navigate our way well out of this valley of evolution. Let me say. I That the title hunter-gatherers guide to the twenty first century evokes that sort of romanticised hunter-gatherer on the african savannah of the paleolithic. Which of course is a part of our human history and does have many lessons in it to teach us about who we are now and who can become but as we say in the book we are all parts of our history like we are not just hunter-gatherers. We are also right now post industrialists and their evolutionary implications of that. Go a little farther back a lot. Farther back depending on your framing. And we are agriculturalists. Go farther back. Were hunter-gatherers go further back were primates were mammals. Were fish all of these moments of our evolutionary history We'll have left their mark in us and have something to teach us about both what our capacities are and what our weaknesses are and what we can do going forward. And i would add the lessons from evolution. are both good and bad here. One thing that we realized that our students over the course of many years of teaching this material realized was that everything about our experience as human beings is shaped by our evolutionary nature. And that has a very disturbing upshot because we are fantastic creatures with an utterly mundane mention the very same mission that every other evolved creature has to logic genes in the future. And this actually explains the nature not only of our physical beings but of our culture and our perception of the world so understanding that all of that marvelous architecture is built for an utterly mind-numbing purpose is an important first. Step in seeing where to
Monica Lewinsky's New Documentary Will Explore Cancel Culture & Public Shaming
"Monica lewinsky is opening up about cancelled culture and public shaming while discussing her upcoming documentary. Fifteen minutes of shame. Yes she should. She's a absolute. She's the top expert mma world as far as public shaming is concerned and have her reputation just dragged through the mud for years. And there's that other documentary that's out. Fx is impeachment american story. I guess which will dramatic cise the events and she was produced. That i guess. Dramatize what i say. Tremendous dramatize association. Sorry yeah she said we're living in a culture and world now where we're drowning in shame. We're taking a three hundred sixty degree. Look at this culture of shaming public human public humiliation and trying to question where are we going. it's great. it's a great thing because she's right. We're drowning in shame. And we're we're pointing our fingers and and shouting down. Everybody who says or does anything. We don't like personally and and try and trying to take it to the degree where it's not just me. That disagrees with you the whole world. We think you're a horrible person. You should lose your job. You should lose your family. You should lose everything you've ever had. Well she just about did because she told nbc when she was on there promoting this fx series she told savannah guthrie that she couldn't get work had ptsd and was financially dependent on our parents as a result. Well
Virus: School district goes virtual after 3 bus workers die
"A Georgia school district near Atlanta switching back to online learning this week after the deaths of two bus drivers and a bus monitor from covert nineteen while offering prayers for the families of the three who recently died the Griffin Spalding school districts as virtual learning will last at least through the rest of the week with bus driver and teacher shortages because of coal bit a spokesman says they aren't sure if drivers are calling in sick because of actual symptoms were because of fear but says they're trying to hire more drivers and offering bonuses drivers in Savannah are protesting they say children aren't wearing masks and there's no time to fully sanitized the buses fifty four Georgia school districts and charter networks are seeing schedules disrupted because of Kobe nineteen hi Jackie Quinn
The Latest: N. Carolina has 170 clusters in schools, centers
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting North Carolina schools are struggling with covert nineteen clusters a new report from North Carolina health officials shows there are one hundred seventy ongoing covert nineteen clusters in public schools or child care settings in the state Union County public schools the state's sixth largest school district reports as of Friday about one in eight students were under quarantine the district voted down a proposal last month to require mask wearing in Georgia Griffin Spalding school system is switching to virtual learning after three school bus employees have died from covert nineteen in recent weeks in Savannah some school bus drivers staged a sick out Tuesday after a similar protest the last Friday I might cross CO
Georgia Mayors Slam Gov. Kemp's Order on Virus
"A plea from four Georgia mayors to Governor Brian Kemp. Today. The mayors of Athens, Atlanta, Augusta and Savannah, all Democrats sent an open letter to the governor pleading for stronger measures to slow the latest spread of coronavirus. The case is overwhelming hospitals in our state. The plea is being made after the governor signed an order barring local officials from imposing coronavirus restrictions on local
New COVID-19 Infections on the March in South Korea
"More of the nation states and cities are implementing virus safety rules and being taken into court St Louis county Missouri is being barred from enforcing a masked man date while a lawsuit against it is litigated a circuit court judge issued an injunction against the public health measure south Carolina's top prosecutors sued the city of Columbia over its school mask mandate which conflicts with the state budget rule the U. S. education department's warning Tennessee governor bill leak his order allowing parents to opt their children out of mass group choir mints might violate federal law and Georgia's Republican governor becomes the latest to issue an executive order forbidding cities from forcing businesses to enforce pandemic restrictions governor Brian Kemp says he's concerned about new mask wearing rules in Atlanta and Savannah well coded cases explode in Georgia I'm Jackie Quinn
Georgia Bars Local Governments From Enacting Mask, Vaccine Mandates
"Right. Chris Governor Brian Kemp has signed a new executive order that prevents local governments from enacting ordinances that businesses would have to impose mask and vaccine mandates on an indoor capacity limits on their own customers. The vaccine, police or any other burn some restriction that will only lead to employees being let go revenue tanking and businesses closing their doors. Now businesses could still choose to follow those mandates. The cities of Atlanta and Savannah currently have mass mandates in place. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms tweeted at camp after his announcement, the gift that keeps
The National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan Is a Total Moron
"One of the most unimpressive people ever to serve in. Government is a man by the name of jake sullivan. He thinks he's very smart because he's a rhode scholar and it's tucker carlson said on his show yesterday. We really can't find out what he's ever done that is meaningful except to go to school and he was pressed by i think. Savannah guthrie from nbc. Might not be here might have been somebody else asking. How did you guys screw this up. So terribly and he uses these kind of things. He's being very clever by using these long words by saying oh well yes we You're trying to circumvent the imminent threat by trying to use aerial reconnaissance. And by the ten second you realize this guy's a moron. This is the guy i forget the fact that they're corrupt and they actually want to preside over a completely different nation. Being ushered in the united states of america. Just not very smart. And they're so prideful and cocky. So jake sullivan is i think. He's the national security advisor. He's a total wimp. And the fact that jake sullivan is giving advice on her. United states military is rather horrifying.
Was George Washington Egotistical? Historian Wilfred McClay Weighs In
"Now. Can you talk about how. Washington is sometimes portrayed by modern historians being egotistical person. Because he didn't wanna over even want to preside over the constitutional convention us kind of waffling on that right. Some people say that's because of his ego. I don't think that's right. I think it's because he didn't want to put his name behind something. That could have been destructive. You talk about that. How washington almost didn't actually agree to it. Yeah no he look. He he came. He came out of retirement Several times He he wanted nothing more at the conclusion of revolution than to go back his beautiful estate about bourbon. And and hang out there You know And having urged that peace and quiet but he he felt strongly that He the the country he owed in a dubious country he. He was very formed by sort of ideals of classical notions of virtue. Robin like cincinnati. The farmer who turned who does his duty in the blau or k. Tau andy elder. Well there was a wonderful play by. Joe savannah's About cape though. I think it's actually called. Keiko and that washington apparently saw numerous times and had shown to his head and performances put on for his troops numerous times at these critical points when morale was was going through the floor. And it's so that that was his notion he He could certainly have become king if he had wanted to. And the car do that. Is that the behavior in kansas. I don't think
Faith Powers a Climate Advocate in Coastal Georgia
"For her meaning glass hill of savannah georgia carrying about the environment started with religion. She grew up in a christian church and her family observed the sabbath surrounded by the natural world. We actually go camping on the sabbath. We go picking clogs on the savage. They are some of the best memories that i have in my life. We would be able to appreciate the gist of creation which is land air clean water. Wildlife glass hill remains committed to protecting these gifts so she's passionate about reducing global warming. She worked as the coastal engagement. Associate with the georgia branch of interfaith power and light a nonprofit there. She's helping other people of faith reduce the carbon pollution produced by their churches synagogues and mosques. She works with congregations. In coastal georgia to coordinate energy audits plan energy efficiency upgrades and learn more about installing solar panels from the smallest jurists of the largest congregation. There's something that every fake community can do to decrease carbon emission. She says it's all part of being a good steward of god's
Death Toll Continues to Rise in Devastating German Floods
"At least one hundred and seventeen people have died. After severe floods devastated parts of western germany and belgium. Authorities have not been able to get in touch with hundreds more because mobile phone networks have collapsed and flooded areas of that also means families can't track their loved ones. The rising death toll marks germany's largest mass loss of life in years as nicholson reports from berlin. Climate change has arrived in germany. These other words of federal environment minister savannah. Schulz sent in a tweet today. In response to news footage showing destruction and desperate families perching on rooftops firefighters in the states of rhineland palatinate and north rhine-westphalia say. The situation remains chaotic and that electricity and cell phone networks are down south of cologne police officer patrick. Racial told public broadcaster a. r. d. The rescue services are struggling to keep up going shula. The current of the water running past the elementary school is too strong for our motorboats. We just managed to get the kids out but that was the last trip will be making over that way today. An entire district of the ancient city of trae was evacuated on thursday including a hospital and its patients. Some of whom would just out of surgery and some of the worst damage has occurred in the wine. Region of our via where entire villages have been cut off by torrents of floodwater in the town of short houses collapsed and dozens of people are unaccounted for expressing distress at the news. Chancellor angela merkel said quote heavy rain and flooding doesn't quite capture. What has happened referring to it. Instead as a catastrophe is told the doctors will feel even for one. I'm grieving for those lost their lives in this disaster. We don't know the death pill yet but it's going to be high. Sometimes died in their basements. Some as firefighters trying to bring others to save and my deepest sympathy goes out to their families. Macos speaking from washington where on her last trip as chancellor she met president biden among other issues they spoke about climate change and issue now at the forefront of germany's election campaign ahead of the september vote
Northwestern Band of Shoshone Sues Idaho Over Hunting Rights
"Tribe in utah. Suing the state of idaho for the right to hunt off reservation. The mountain west news bureaus savannah maher explains twice in the last twenty years citizens of the northwestern band of the shoshoni nation have been cited for illegal hunting on traditional shoshoni territory in idaho in federal lawsuit filed this week. The tribe argued those citizens. Actions weren't illegal at all but that they were exercising their treaty rights to hunt on the quote unoccupied lands of the united states. That language comes from the eighteen. Sixty eight four birger treaty. George governor is the northwestern bands executive director. He says the tribe is suing to be acknowledged as a on that treaty because tenant of that treaty. And that i've signed it. In good faith. The united states of america the eastern shawnee and shoshoni bannock tribes are already acknowledged as signatories. The suit comes two years after the. Us supreme court upheld crow tribal citizens off reservation hunting rights which are derived from identical treaty language but the state of wyoming is still fighting to block kortrijk hunters from exercising that right for national native news. I'm savannah
3 US Mass Shootings Occurred in Under 6 Hours
"Underway around the us after three mass shootings in just six hours. They happened in the cities of austin texas chicago illinois and savannah. Georgia i. Nine people were shot in savannah including a toddler and a teenager on friday night. One man was killed so far. Police don't have any suspects or many details about exactly what happens then early saturday morning. The one in austin happened police say two gunmen opened fire. On a crowded downtown street one person was killed and thirteen others hurt. One shooter who is younger than eighteen years old was arrested. The other is still on the run next less than an hour later in chicago to men opened fire on a group of people on the city's south side. One woman was killed. Nine other people were hurt. Police are still looking for suspects in that shooting to satellite. These three shootings are part of a disturbing trend in the us. The gun violence archive says so far this year there have been two hundred sixty seven mass shootings that group too finds a mass shooting as an incident in which four or more people are shot. And it's not alone and tracking the trend. Usa today spoke to a criminologist who blames a lot of divisiveness in the world. Today on top of more guns and warm weather he calls it a quote potentially deadly
1 Dead, 8 Wounded in Savannah, Georgia, Shooting
"One person is dead. At least eight wounded in a shooting in Savannah, Georgia. Among those wounded a 13 year old and a two year
At least 12 people injured in overnight shooting in Texas
"Overnight in Texas, and in Georgia, at least 12 people are injured in Austin. One critically, police are on the scene and urging people to stay away from the downtown area. Meantime, in Savannah police say one person was shot and killed and eight injured, including two Children, and Democrats are
"savannah" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Alexander. Hamilton club trae. Nance george davis lewis white and robert hunter. Thanks also to robert morris circle supporter. Lee see him. I'm also pleased to welcome to new privy council members who joined last month donovan. Colt torp and rob payne. Who from minute man. Also welcome to new standard-bearers brandon car and philip mccoy. Each of you can look forward to getting the first of your monthly flag magnets. This month on the day. I release this episode. Which by the way is every sunday morning. I'm also going to be releasing three new t shirt designs to the american revolution podcasts. Storefront on t. Public one is in alteration of assured. I already have the popular. Join or die logo. This one has the american revolution. Podcasts logo also in the corner of the shirt the second one is the famous thirteen star hopkinson flag which is believed to be the first design of proof by congress also with the american revolution. Podcasts logo and the third one is a special one for delaware fans. It is the dancy flag that is the flag used by the delaware militia during the seventeen. Seventy seven philadelphia campaign. Personally i love these more obscure designs because it often engages people to ask questions about what they are. And let's show off your knowledge about the revolution. The new.
The Invader -
"It's time for another installment of seahorn. It's still alive here on scuba shock radio and this time we're heading back to july thirtieth nineteen sixty for season three episode thirty titled the invader in this episode. Mike is on assignment to a small unnamed. Latin america country where his job is to train a new underwater demolition team in the opening underwater scenes. Mike is with two other divers and there are placing underwater charges. Mike says that in wartime the underwater soldier only has his blade and bundle of explosives. Well when the charges go off you see the divers being violently tossed about but they're okay. They were just far enough away from the concussion back on the boat. Mike tells us that he has started with twenty men but now he is down to their. Is thomas vegas a wealthy princeton graduate and paul ramirez better known as indio an orphan who is happy but can be serious as a barracuda but there is trouble ashore. The scene shifts to the office of the president day president they duran and he's being confronted by an opposition leader so scenario silvano who is calling for revolution against iran's tax bill. Mike confronts scenario storms out. Mike is worried about this little dictator but president duran assures in he was a soldier and all will be well now. We're back on the boat. Where mike still has his hands. Full with a rivalry between tomasz an indio underwater thomason indio get into a fight by training. Mike forces them to the surface. Thomas toes indio that if he kicks him again like that he'll cut his throat. Mike tells ended. They gotta learn to work together to now. Tomas asks to go sure to go on a date with dawn comes trouble. Speedboat approaches the argonaut with a colonel. Who tells them that. President duran has been abducted by solano and being held in an island. Four miles offshore. What can you do ask the kernel. We'll think of something. Mike replies give us until noon. And if you haven't heard from us by then you've never will. The next thing we see is tomasz on the radio and he is talking to survive at the fort. The revolutionary traitor to l. president. He tells them that there will be an underwater attack. Now as mike in dior getting ready their gear we see tomas sneaking a flare gun into his rig back underwater. The three divers are set for a long swim with patrol boats circling around. So mike takes the boys deep into the channel to create a diversion. Mike sends up a surface marker buoy with a time fused bomb on it when it goes off. The fort thinks it's a pto and savannah. Realizes mike nelson is on his way. President they durant says. Mike nelson is an extraordinary man to which ivano replies. He's an extraordinary gag. Man you see. The revolutionaries have set up a concrete and steel screen across the channel. The only way through is to blast but they wanna confused patrol boats and the floor so they set off a series of bombs in different locations while they blow up the screen. One two three bombs go off in the guards and savannah are confused with a concrete and steel screen blown apart. Mike leads the divers through just then tomasz takes off. Where's he going. He makes his way to the sea wall and is ready to fire off his flare gun to signal the four when mike jumped him they didn't tie tomasz to a floating rafts off the island and set off a smoke bomb again to confuse the revolutionaries mike and i had to the other side of the island. They're getting shallower and shallower into a mike. Pops his head up all clear and they get out of the water and ditched her scuba gear. The raft trick worked by tells indio and he tells them to keep them busy while he gets el presidente. Indio starts tossing grenades. all around. the guards are shooting at everything. Now we see. Mike armed with a small revolver while savant is starting to freak out in the cell. He keeps calling out for martinez. President duran smiling smugly as the havoc rains bike sneaks into fort with his revolver and then we see so von. Tell the guard. Go out and find martinez. Well that opens the door from mike to be called in by president day duran. Mike surprises silvano and tells them to call off the revolutionary. When he says no. Mike says he's a peaceful man but he won't hesitate to shoot him. He'll give him the five one two three okay. So von gives up and radio demand to stand down. Mike is florida the revolution and saved l. president day in the final scene. We see mike at the helm of his boat with a metal pin to his chest. His first from a foreign government indio ramirez is now the head of the country's coastal defense once again letter. Nimoy shows up on seahawks where he played indio. The invaders wasn't filmed in a small latin american country to filming was done in silver springs florida. Well i hope you enjoyed this. Latest installment of sea hunt that still alive brought to you by scuba shack radio.
Zimbabwe to Start Selling Hunting Rights to Shoot Endangered Elephants
"An income shortfall because of lack of tourism. Zimbabwe is going to start selling rights to shoot hundreds of endangered elephants. The African forest elephants is on the critically endangered species list while the savanna elephants is classified as endangered. Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management authorities said they're facing a $25 million shortfall due in part to a lack of sport hunting because of the pandemic. According to CNN, the center for Natural Resource Governance, eighth and Bob Way, environmental and human rights advocacy group called the decision quote. Appalling. I'm Jim Forbes.
"savannah" Discussed on TV Literate
"And savannah doesn't really know him but also like wouldn't mind getting rid of him yeah. She says archaic river. If you keep courtney with dan so. They begrudgingly agreed. That and so they take courtney and awfullest then move onto khloe kinda throws her under the bus a little bit because savannah is basically like. She's upset with me. Because of what i did and saving trevor and i'm worried that's gonna come back to bite me and tear. Alicia was like now. We're not getting ready to chloe. She's like hashtag grow gang. Don't don't do it twice. What's really god. I wish she'd gotten rid of khloe..
"savannah" Discussed on TV Literate
"I don't know what that's like at all but we have no idea what being trapped inside by yourself as like not at all so chloe starts a chat with emily just to kind of do some digging to see what emily thinks about the situation and emily kind of agrees that like. It's weird kind of that. Savannah chose to save. Trevor over khloe. When she was saying that she's suspicious over and close just like okay. We'll just add savannah the chat. Evelyn and jack was like why i know. This is so chaotic. Khloe s okay. So she adds savannah and savannah has access to the previous messages. It looks like and so chloe just go. Hey why the fuck didn't you save me. Basically say girl why not god. It was so good. Because then emily's slash jack was like oh my god. I'm so glad this isn't mean holy shit but at least she gets gets to watch which is like the best for the kid. Oh yeah i mean that's going to be the whole emily. Game i think is just staying neutral enough to enough info and everyone to fuck up all over rate so yes. Savannah just tells chloe that and trevor connected on multiple levels with their talk the other day and messages yeah multiple levels they connected and they basically. We're just supposed savannah and chloe. Were acting fake as fuck to each other and being like. I want to be totally honest. I'm here for you. Beloved they were. They were both like in the back of like. Fuck this bitch fuck. Yeah our god. Yeah so they logged off that chat and everybody felt weird about it right. Yes so then. We get bryant. Who invites tara lucia to a private chat because they both are yogi vegetarian. Slash begins yeah and clearly like brian is just trying to get on an influencers. Good side which is fair like obviously that's what you got to kind of do but at the same time it did feel like pretty forest and that nature like maybe you should try to get to know barely ship before. She became an influence her. But yeah i mean it was pretty fast day that oh i get it but like oh my god so tara. Lucia is so not like love and light not whatever she's like what the fuck is rhetoric technician but but bryant opens up about his life a little bit. He said he had a slightly phase and he was addicted to drugs and bulimia. Make and i feel all of those things but why do you call it just your slutty phase. Yeah when you also have other things yeah was. It was the way he talked about. It was strange. Yeah that tara. Lucia appreciate how ability so it's fair and she came away like genuinely liking bryant and keep around for the most part. That's not wanting to get rid of him so next up there is another circle game and it's time for a circle poetry slam and so basically the four players who aren't immune from being blocked had to write a poem about one of the influencers and then all the immune people got to judge. Yes this was a really good addition honestly because it was funny it was it was so funny and it was so like i liked. It was created by like a time limit. Yeah it was good. It was good. So courtney goes i and he has a sonnet for savannah. And he does well he gets pretty much all as one be yup chloe's rating of it was..
Community Gathers at Vigils for FedEx Shooting Victims
"Vigils were held this weekend following the mass shooting at a FedEx ground facility that left eight people dead and several injured Darien Benson From member station W F Y I has more multiple FedEx employees attended a vigil Saturday along with community faith leaders and gun control action groups. Savannah Day Law is an employee at the facility, she says. It is hard to find the correct words to describe the situation like you see everything like that. Shootings are like News in movies, but you never think it's gonna happen to you and your friends. De la O says her FedEx coworkers are like extended family, and she knew several of the deceased victims. At another visual representative Andre Carson, acknowledged several other mass shootings this year. The loss of life here in Indianapolis is real. It's real in Boulder, it's real. In Atlanta, eight candles were let to represent the eight deceased victims. For
"savannah" Discussed on Applesauce & Horsefeathers
"And but I also would like to do the Girl Scouts for interest, but I would I'd be leaning towards reconstruction and reparations. I was thinking the same thing actually like do we want to just do that or do I have them written down and folded up or pick out of a hat off? Let's just let's just do it but I still want to see what what would have. Oh, okay. Okay, we're going to do reparations and reconstruction for next time. Okay. So click that and then would you like my right hand or my left hand? I don't know which isn't which your right hand okay to unfold it. It was meant to be reparations and reconstruction. Yes, ma'am. This is going to be a tough one. Like where did you even begin to research my gosh? Yes. I'm excited. I I really need to get in to our book boxes. See you can unpack has has a great book. That would be it's called stamped from the beginning wage. I've mentioned it and read from it on this podcast before I think I had a downstairs. What episode was that? I think it's in most of the Pocahontas episode. I think so. Oh no, it was tobacco. Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yeah, I remember. Would you like to Pocahontas right? I'm actually excited about this one and if we need to do more than one. Yep, yep, I agree, but I don't think we should say that because then we're setting ourselves up. Yeah exactly, which is too late now cuz now we better off just getting my goodness. So yay that is Savannah in in a big nutshell. And stay tuned and she'll weeks we're going to have a light-hearted episode on reconstruction and reparations right choice to be happy. I I enjoyed this quite a lot actually. Yeah, some of them I say bracelet e yeah something like all right. That was fun. Next time. I'm like, I don't know why I love this. This might be up there with cheese Krista cheese and Savannah cheese, you know what two years ago today. We we recorded our genes episode what and you know, how I know that cuz I got a picture today said no not two years ago one year course. Yeah, like holy I got a picture of you with like crack. Is a shame still stealing your cheese think that's it. Was that one? Oh it was because there was a cheese plate and you were talking so I would just reach over and steal your cheese sauce. I just want to see if this photo one year ago this week. Okay, so not not today. Wow, but but sometime around also a year ago, this week was leave a zucchini on your neighbor's front porch today and I have a picture. I need to I need to check calendar of the special holidays. I need I need to do anyway. All right, beautiful. This is long enough time to say goodbye by choice. We'll see you next week..
"savannah" Discussed on Applesauce & Horsefeathers
"Yeah, I I like cemeteries I do too. I think it's I don't think it's creepy. It is weird to have a spot but maybe it's not I think it's really sweet the world when we were talking about Burrell Burrell Burrell Burrell Burrell Smith were talking about birth. You know, again, it's the tradition in the history of each person in their own way. Obviously, does it very differently, but acknowledging Laging the family and history and where that came from and who they are. So I think it's a sweet way especially in in times. Like now I think everything is so throw away everything from everything. We just buy things and throw it away. And I think that's the way that we treat people a lot as well our ancestors and you know people used to live off a lot more multigenerational homes, and you know now people can travel and move away and yeah and they don't I don't think people now talk with them and parents about that. It is so important to write that down or get recordings of your parents and your grandparents or you know old age or people in general sit down and and record all of that because that's that's a part of history that when they're gone. That is true unless unless we have that. Yeah, you know written down or recorded. Yeah. There you go. Sorry random thoughts continued. Let's see. Yeah and here are some random things the historic Savannah Foundation was founded in nineteen fifty-five to save historic homes and they have saved over 350 buildings and the historic district of Savannah is became a National Historic Landmark in nineteen sixty-six. Thanks to them. So a lot of what Savannah is now is thanks to this Foundation historic preservation. How many times do I have to say? So his jerk prison to preservation people will say that tearing down a monument. That would be against historic preservation. What do you say about that long? I say you don't need to destroy that Monument or that statue you can take it down and put it in a museum with context. Yes. I click with context. So people know why it was put up who put it up and why it was taken down there. That's what I say. Okay, I don't think we need to destroy all of this because I think we need to block a number. How fucked everywhere. Yeah exactly. But I do. Yeah, so putting them in a museum I think is the way to go. Okay. Continue. Am sorry the next question. Let me see. Oh Juliette Gordon low was born in Savannah, Georgia on Halloween night stormy Halloween night in 1860. She is the founder of the Girl Scouts you found that in 1912 with money from her divorce. Are you there? Yeah. Okay. I think I've mentioned this cat before the Savannah College of Art design. I think so. I used to model girl. You're done everything. I feel so boring I did and they would always ask me if I wanted to model nude and like just wasn't comfortable with it. There was one class but I went to a job and they there was a miscommunication and they thought I was going to be nude and cuz I I had asked him. What should I what should I wear? What should I bring? Oh nothing. So we'll have a rope. Okay home or something. So I got there and I was like, okay, so is this okay when I'm wearing it's just like well, you're take off your clothes. We've got this robe and then I was like what you get paid more people. Oh sure. Yeah. I just wasn't comfortable with it. We just too bad cuz that's probably the best my body's. But I was like twenty Twenty-One ish. Actually my my body was better and my mid-to-late twenties. But that was always fun to do anyway, scad owns sixty seven buildings in historic Savannah. Oh, wow. Yeah, they've like there's an old hospital. They have repurposed wage. You know what I recently came across like a Twitter thread or I read something about stand and black lives matter or how it would reach people of color and I can't remember. I'll try to find that and throw it up there. It wasn't a good it wasn't it wasn't good all the same wage. So the only thing I have left is talking about Jim Williams. We can end on that or perfect your stuff now or we can end what you have. No, I think I talked more in this episode than I have an almost any other one off. You don't have anything else? No. All right. Well here is part of the story some of the story of Jim Williams canvases. What Midnight in the Garden of Good People was home based on Jim Barrett was I think he was a journalist or something and he went down to Savannah for for a few days right on it and this started happening and and he decided to stay and and write some more and he met all these crazy characters. And anyway, so Jim Williams was an antiques dealer and historic preservationists. He was one of the phone numbers of the historic Savannah Foundation He restored more than fifty homes in the low country, you know in the Georgia and South Carolina area in nineteen sixty nine he birth The Mercer House the from Johnny Mercer and it was originally built for General Hugh Mercer. Who was the great-grandfather of Johnny Mercer. I have a couple of stories about Jim Williams and I like the Mercer House that he lived in that. I remember from the tour's one is no this was from the book. I think one is he would you know, give to her own personal tours of his home to people and on one of the tour's he saw somebody mouth to his wife old money. And then after the tour is over he went and talked and he said I'm actually not from old money. I'm part of the Nouveau riche and then the guy said he thought it was old money because there were these antique chairs like an eighteenth-century chairs that were the fabric was ripped and hadn't been repaired. And he said old money keeps it that way and new money fixes it off. Huh? So I have I have a childhood but what's left of my childhood Furniture is a chair and I look at it. And I I think old money doesn't old money cuz it's it's ripped in several parts and it was like the French provincial of the early eighties late seventies style. So it's like this little damask fabric that's really old and has.
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"Yeah. She's a before before she was Paula Deen and food in Savannah, Georgia. Is amazing. Well my gosh, you're just going to only have the Low Country Boil Sprite oysters Brantley. Just any Fried Chicken anywhere you go so long and Sons was one of the restaurants another favorite of mine was mrs. Wilkes boarding house. And she was this little old lady. She had this this restaurant for years and thought it was family style. So you'd you'd have to wait well worth the wait, so you'd have to wait for a bit and then they'd let everybody in and you're seated at a big table with random people and then you don't order they bring you what they cooked that day and but like the platters so you share with the table and you've got like fried chicken and mashed potatoes greens or you know, all kinds of stuff. I actually have her cookbook do you that I bought at Trolley Stop? It's yes, I do. Mrs. Wilkes was I'm sure she's long gone dead. But the food there is just it's amazing. And yeah, I see hard-hearted Hannah is about Pirates house. I did write how I love there was this pizza Choice, which is also still there called Vinnie Van Go-Go's that has amazing pizza. Then I started I broke Johnny Mercer who was born there. He is. That's where the Box. Okay, so you have all these wonderful house has a lot of federalist style or Revival Colonial at just all these gorgeous houses. And you can't or a lot of them. The merger house is one that you can't store but or couldn't anyway Johnny Mercer was born. There. He is. I think I talked with do I do do do hame? I thought I wrote about his great-grandfather. Do do a pretty sure is one of the most prolific. Yep. Your assists ever. He's amazing and definitely know at least a dozen of his songs. I will name just a few Come Rain or Come Shine one for my baby off. Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah. I was just singing that yesterday where you Autumn Leaves hooray for Hollywood Moon River accentuate the positive song Baby It's Cold Outside That Old Black Magic and I come swing Zippity Doo Dah. So yeah, he wrote the lyrics to Thursday or 1500 songs. He was nominated for 19 Oscars and 1/4. He so soft zipadeedoodah wasn't that song in the South? It was a Song of the South Disney watch that as a kid. I believe I did. I kind of remember somebody walking away with the blue bird, but that's what the that's what the the Disney. Brides band was the Disney ride was oh, yeah last Mountain. Yes flush mount which they are doing like with where we're rabbits. Yep, and there were doing that and making it into one of my favorite Disney ones, which is the Princess and the Frog. Oh, that's right. Yeah. Yeah song on the south. I we did watch it. I remember watching it. I would you love to see it now to pick up on all of those racist things again. I think it was Uncle Remus is the black man and you know, he's singing this song having a good time. And then I remember a porch scene with you know, a mani and I don't know I remember all of that, but I think it's next to impossible to see it now in anymore. I don't know if you can search for it on the internet. I imagine Disney have somebody taking the taking that shit down every time they see it. Yeah. Anyway, sorry I interrupted wage. Johnny Mercer. Oh, no, that's that's all I had about that. And then I was going to oh, there's also a National Wildlife Refuge the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge and then I wrote five Municipal Cemetery all gorgeous and I didn't list them cuz I was like, I'm not going to get into them. So I'm glad that you did. Well, I only I only did about Bonaventure. I only need one and I it was a little and I only wrote a little little little little bit about it. Okay pictured and Midnight in the Garden of the yes and the page didn't have time to figure out where it went. But the statue that was on the cover with the girl the bird girl bird girl. They had to move it out of the out of out of the cemetery because it was coming becoming such a wage many people work and tramping over everything. Yeah they did and I don't know where it is now, but I have a framed picture print of it. Oh you do I could have told you twenty years ago I moved. Told you where they put it cuz might have to tell tourists now, which is located in me. The Tallmadge museum is not a thing. I don't know. I know there's a Tom Ridge that I could see basically from any way. Do you have anything else? That's it? No, just kidding almost almost that's it. So the Bonaventure Cemetery is over a hundred acres and I kind of would like went all over the place a look at Chicken in 1762 took it as a plantation John morand. He was buying properties in Savannah as much as like six hundred acres and emu. He named the plantation after his wife Claudia, which is very rare at the time the name of after the white or yeah to name it after a wife. Let's see in 1779. It was used. The land was used as a home. Spittle treating French and Haitian troops from the siege of Savannah in let's see, which is the only battle fight the only battle fought. Yes in Savannah. Wait a minute Bloodshed in battle. I did not know that wait. When was this? 1779? Yes. Okay. Yeah. I wanted to make sure. Okay, you're asking me for History questions Krista. I am very very brave move on your part. So I think it's a hundred and three acres name in 1846. It was a privately owned Cemetery called Evergreen and it was seventy Acres. I believe at the time and it was originally a Plantation before then and then the city of Chicago. Anna bought it in 1907 and it was the fourth of the five cemeteries that the city now owns and it is very popular and lots of tourists go there and it's dead, you know got all the Spanish moss and the trees and the flowers and it's right by the river and has lots of wildlife and nature. So it's it's beautiful. Yeah. There you go. That's all I have. Okay information. It is all of the cemeteries are gorgeous. They're just you know wander through and.
"savannah" Discussed on Applesauce & Horsefeathers
"Which is really cool and Oglethorpe way to establish fair trade between who between the tribe and the settlers Oh, okay between the people whose land that they stoled. Well, yes, basically. Yeah, but so we're we're going to stay with it. We're going to steal your land and then we'll walk, you know, we can work peacefully together beautifully exactly got it. The two of them did put together those articles allowing it so long so they didn't quite come in and take it away. It was it was a pact between them. Let me see did it. Yeah, they had a peaceful relationship with them and she Tomochichi is buried in Oglethorpe square and he has a little monument and at some point I was reading it got destroyed because of idiots because I can't remember I didn't write it down. Set that anyone who's willing to move to the colony of Georgia. He promised them fifty Acres including a house. All of the houses are the exact same size even his and it also includes a plot performing. So that is one great way of getting people to come out when it was first founded there were four things that were outlawed flavoring to follow scism Britain was not a fan of the Spanish in Florida at the time liquor and lawyer's office. This isn't liquor and lawyers paid when he moved back to England, he married and moved back to England Ten Years Later that all changed and 1750. That's when slavery was legalized. I don't know when lawyers were allowed back when lawyers were legalized wage. Yes, let me see. So anyway back to the Wesley's the Methodist people John and Charles Wesley with George Whitefield. They found at the Festa which is one of the first choice manages in America. Oh, wow. Yeah Port traffic increased as Georgia Plantation the Georgia plantation economy grew tobacco billing. It was the primary port of entry for ships arriving from West Africa bringing place. So slave ships was a big thing and you can still see the marks on the walls down by the river of where the slaves were chained waiting to be sold Jesus. Yeah, and we'll get into a bit more of that the ship the Savannah was the first steam boat to sail across the Atlantic to Liverpool and I didn't write a date on that. So your guess is as good as mine wage. During the Civil War Savannah was an importance of my point for the Confederacy until Fort Pulaski fell to the Union in April. 1868. And here is what brought Savannah in our last episode Sherman's March the objective of General William Tecumseh Sherman's march to the sea with Savannah and Savannah Georgia played Hostess. That's what they do. They're really good at playing Kostas. They they knew that was their best chance of survival and saving the city. So he had a good old time in life. Anna staying at the mayor's house. He captured the city December 21st, 1864 that down at the mayor's desk and wrote a letter to Lincoln presenting Savannah as his gift. He he stayed there for another month so that there were polls and stuff and he actually popped with local black leaders and that's where the phone number. Acres and a mule came from he established that and it didn't really happen during Reconstruction. You know, here's the thing about American history home schools. We're not taught at frankly. Nope, none of it at all and John Oliver had a great segment Justice week on how US History not on not in schools. And it's it's fantastic. There's a great Twitter feed with links to everything. He mentioned plus some things that weren't like the Tulsa Birthday Massacre which we've mentioned on this podcast that I just found out about a few years ago. I was not taught that yeah, a lot of people found out about it watching the HBO show Watchmen because the very first episode open with that and they they were thinking of people watching it were like is this for real? Is this a thing and they lived it up? Yeah, it was for real. It was the first the first time wrist something in America. Like they were they had planes dropping things on the ceiling to catch fire and everything, but it's a real thing and it nobody knew about it. John Oliver showed this interview with this black guy who went to college and he was taking a course and the professor was talking about this Tulsa Race Massacre this kids from Tulsa and I guess lived in in the Greenfield. I think it was the the part of town or I don't remember but he said he was like no this number this isn't real. It's never happened. I'm I'm from Tulsa and you know, there's a cemetery where that that there is never a a nice black town where there black lawyers and doctors and Black Wall Street and everything and but yes, yeah, there was nobody is taught. So anyway reconstruction and everything. So getting into Forty Acres and a Mule would be I didn't birth. Into it, but anyway rant rant rant, we're not taught. We're not taught correctly. Oh my gosh. Okay so long so I I mentioned River Street which is oh, it's wonderful. It's got all these great little I mean now it's wonderful. It's not it's all Cobblestone down at South part in town historic Savannah River Street. It's got a lot of shops and restaurants and bars and because of Savannah's open carry laws, you can walk outside with your drink you just they put it in a plastic cup where you walk around and go in and out. So that's cool. And then I because of Kobe being wrong though what I think that's on hold because of coping yeah, probably I hope so. Well, no, it's Georgia. So yeah, there's not there's not a mask mandate for the love of God. Yeah, the mayor of Atlanta gave a mandate and the governor's. Oh, that's right. Yep. Yeah, that's that's not but then I wrote The Weeping time which was the largest slave option ever on American soil. Yeah, you want me to go into that I do. Okay, let's get into it. So I'm going to start it with off. Let's see a gentleman in major Pierce Butler and okay was one of the signers of the US Constitution and he authored the Fugitive Slave Clause that was under article for the Constitution way that we don't like the fugitive slave laws. Right and we don't like slave owners. And anyway, yes, so that would be an interesting October. Anyway, sorry. I'm all over the place. So when major Pierce Butler died he gave away most of his wealth to his name. Grandsons Pierce and Butler and his grandsons were named Pierce Butler know Butler's our last name. Sorry. Oh so major Pierce Butler and then he gave his things to what.
"savannah" Discussed on Applesauce & Horsefeathers
"Did you hear me say welcome home. Yeah. I heard you say welcome to Savannah Georgia. And then there was I said welcome again afterwards. Krista did you leave already? Oh my gosh. So annoying. I know I am but I'm working on it Krista. We need to have an engineer sound engineer, please. Oh, yeah. Oh, we would like to put out there. If there's any buddy that would like to enter in for free and edit all of our episodes for free weed. Welcome you home that would be great or not. Even all of them just you know, maybe most of them and the three of us doing it, you know, just months of them. So if anyone loves editing out long pauses eight thousand times and way to get giggles and once you do this for free for the love of the art, please let us know frequently cut down our laughter keep it but I cut it down. I'm I'm getting better about laughing on the inside. Yes. You are sometimes well, yeah, so if that is if you want to we have you can contact us on our blog which is the podcast, where you can also find show notes or you can reach out to us on social media off at the podcast the podcast. So yeah, I expect resumes or letters of interest to be rolling in yes, boss rolling in Rolling In. Mhm. Yeah, and the money gets rolling in rolling rolling will be wrong. Rollin Rollin Rollin Rollin. Anyway it was I was trying to figure out where that was from. Like I said, it's a great slot. We're not here to talk about it. You know, we're here to talk about the Savannah Georgia. You know that in the South the pineapple is a stem as a symbol of welcomed Hospitality. I had no idea. Yeah, so you'll see that sometimes in Savannah but in some way or you'll just see a pineapple sometimes in the South. Yeah, sometimes you'll see a seal cities of the song. Sometimes you'll see a pineapple off the grocery store and we're not everybody has in general is a very welcoming City love to have people they love to talk with people dead. Love the tourists. I have not I didn't I when I was working at the Old Town Trolley at The Trolley Stop in City Market, which I I actually looked on Thursday it is still there. Have you always liked have you lived everywhere? Yes, cuz I feel like we do something in your like when I lived there when I worked there when I was there and then there's me and like Boulder Colorado and Los Angeles and I've traveled a little bit but I haven't lived everywhere and I'm kind of thinking that you have and there's a lot more to you that I don't know. Yeah, probably. Well, you know what? I don't like Texas I used to live there. Of course you did but I am really I rooting for Texas this year. I am rooting for a blue Texas this year so that they can become a purple state after them. Yeah. I'm rooting for your Texas. Don't disappoint me. Damn Chris Christie said no do it Texas may be interesting. I tell you let's forget about let's forget about Texas right now and go to Savannah, Georgia. Yes, let's go to Savannah Georgia. So what again you'll be very proud of me last time. I literally had three lines that I wrote down. And yeah and this time I have four pages. So yeah a little bit better. There's a lot of bad a little bit better. Mostly I just woke did I think I only actually did too kind of two things. But maybe agree I did The bonnevier Bonaventure Cemetery. Oh nice A little bit of that and then most of the rest I spent on Pierce Butler and the Weeping time. Oh, yes, and that's pretty much what I did most of everything on I just I have a tiny tiny Thursday. We sing time that I mentioned it and I was going to post I found in Atlantic article on it. Oh, yeah, you'll see the I did see on the blog. I wrote a ton on from that page from that article and again my version of writing a ton and Christmas version of writing a ton. Somehow we both have An hour and yet but I think the thing is too is that I write down what I'm going to say as opposed to just notes. So I think that takes me longer and I don't get as much yeah, you know what I'm saying, very rarely write in complete sentences and I literally right and complete sentences so I my page is like, yeah, so that's why that's why I'm Christa talks more and I talked I always feel so bad and like not the Christa show on Talking Dead. Well, I have to say So, you know our London episode the audio was very off and you so graciously said we should record it because my audio sounded bad. I'm like no good news is that you spoke percent at the time. So we don't need to you sound great. It's good. I am still we can re-record it, but nope it says know so A little note at the beginning. Please excuse sages lack of clear audio. Have a nice day and I recorded it that day on Hindenburg. So I don't know what was That was that was the day that you were experimenting with. I was in the Alcove you were in The Alcove and experimenting with the microphone. Yeah, but I'd used the microphone before. Oh now I think I took out the microphone because I couldn't hear you. And then later I feel about that. It was using the speakers as the microphone but I didn't know that at the time so I couldn't change those settings. Yeah, I'm a pretty nice. That's what it is. I bet. All right. What did you do the history? Yeah, I did the history and I didn't go into too much detail in life history. But and then I have some random things here and there and and then I have a bit of the Jim Williams trial.
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"Them and the emmy goes to. Zendaya. Euphoria. Gosh I just WanNa say thank you to the TV academy onto all the other incredible women in this category. I admire you also much this is. This is pretty crazy. I don't really cry. Okay. But enough about Sunday about the winners let's talk about Juliana Ransack I'm quoting an E. This is an e headline I think which headline is is from not sure Julianna ransack Vivica Fox MRIs emmy pre show after testing positive for Covid nineteen duo was replaced by Brad Gorski and Nina. Parker. So it was supposed to be Vivica a Fox hosting the pre show, the pre show with Juliana Ransack, and then they were like we both cove it and then they brought in their beauty. How did Vivica Fox Angelina Razek both get covert. It's not funny. It's not funny but it is like, how do they both get it I guess by no means is it funny but I'm just saying I don't want. It's not that I WANNA see the results in the form of test results but I wouldn't be surprised if I were. If that were my job I'd be like, I'm not doing this cove it like you know I would call and say like no, not to be real. But after watching some of the pre show actually to turn it off. I was so uncomfortable and I'll tell you the reason why it's like what the pre show was was just like. awkwardly zooming into nominees homes but like not, it never worked like it was always like it was always like Dylan McDermott's like a bad Wi fi connection and her being like. Oh, you know like back and forth and I was pleasantly surprised by how put together the Emmys work considering what a mess the pre show had been in terms of stuff I mean it should have been one person zooming in with people casually like having silly interviews they didn't need to even call it a red carpet like there isn't a carpet there. One funny thing was that though Co host I guess it was Nina Parker it must have been needed Parker I. don't really I don't know her, but it must have been her if it wasn't Brad said something like she's like bantering with him and she said, well, the biggest star of. Why Because it's all about how good the Wifi connections are with the with the nominees like Oh, my God this show the stakes are low. The stakes have never been lower. The biggest wins last night where watchmen Shits Creek Wifi and WIFI coverage. Exactly and Aby Sherman Palladino is big hat which, of course made a brief appearance. So the hat am I okay. So her hat she weird big hat which he typically wears but then asam screen shot you sent me she had to like a masquerade ball masks on you. Think I know I, don't know. I mean like amy now's the time to be a little more creative put regular masks on them and considering like how it considering, how bad the VM. As were and kind of just how bad. All of the award shows have been. The emmys were shockingly good. Just doing it live whatever it is doing your lives like a source of energy something like something to feed off. Of mistakes happen like Jennifer Ashton coming out having to use the fucking fire extinguisher twice fire that was like delightful. You know what? What if the whole place gone down just kidding I'm just saying like it created an element of excitement that otherwise would not have been there and that kind of pulled the entire show along and like God bless those producers who are like A. Zoom screens all those had they know which zooms to cut to like it was crazy and the only thing that I would have wished for was for longer lingering on celebrities zoom situations because I wanna know what's in our house. There was so many good scenes. I saw a Deuba when her award for Miss Mrs America. I, like the humor was like. Duba Mrs America Margo Martindale Mrs America like someone else Mrs America. Toni Collette. Unbelievable. There was only one miniseries that came out this year. Apparently was Mrs America So but I liked at the end of her thing she was like she kept calling for her mom then at the end of her speech just got up and left and then her chair was. On screen for like two seconds maybe I was like I. I am beyond. Grateful. Thank you so much down. Let's go change the world. God. Bless you..
"savannah" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"She just talked about how important it was for us to be in the kitchen and how we had so much to give and she started talking about really her heyday when she first opened that place it was was really a meeting place for a lot of politicians and a lot of people who were in the civil rights movement and they came there as a safe place to me and also to to break bread and that part about. That's the wonderful part about what we do. We provide safe places for people to come and break bread. No matter who you are especially the at the gravy definitely provide that and it doesn't matter who you are you can come in and as long as you're kind and human to those who are next to you you can share are your thoughts and we can start to build this thing up. But she was so inspirational and I was so nervous to talk to her and it was really just somebody who was very supportive. What about what I did actually gave me that push to just meet her would ever lasting and the first time I posted that post on instagram? Twelve twelve likes so nobody was like showing love. But you know hey doesn't matter I got to show up so I feel like young. Women are going to look at you the way that you looked at as I hope so right now. I'm trying to figure out how to wear that a little bit like it's a little like yeah. We'll take a picture. Yeah Yeah but I'm sort of like what more do I have to give to. That are in that moment because I tried to I just I'm me and I'm sort of laid back but like as I start to talk I started to realize like Oh shit I've been through a lot. Okay we can keep on going like don't interview me just like I will keep on a little quiet up here but I will keep going and going and going and I think that it would be an honor if I was looked at like that would be my. That's like my life goal for sure Cheryl. Did you ever get to go to chase. No sadly I didn't. I don't know how that's possible but I did. I guess I've been slowing down here in Savannah but no but she definitely was an inspiration and for me. I mean you know just. It's not every day a little. Carl opens up bakery. So sing someone that looks like you is. It's really important and so I think for people who hadn't even had never been there. I think just the representation was so important for the industry and you know she wasn't just a just a chef. She wasn't just a shopper restaurateurs. She was an author. She was an art collector. She had a important art collection down there. A lot of it hung in the restaurant still hangs in the restaurant and a real lover of life beyond say she was in beyond video. I don't know if you all know that but like nine I I think what she was ninety three. She was in the video. Giovane any bleach as connection just from some of the work that I've done with the local food chapter down there in organizing leadership so I didn't actually get a chance to meet her. I was able to like facilitate for other young folks to be able to meet her. And so I think the thing for me that kind of stands out. Is this idea the idea of like our torch bearers and as a black woman who is in the food industry of seeing the folks who are poor carrying that torch in so many the active ways. And I think it's one of my friends was like you know. Can we gotta make sure that we we give our elders flowers while they're still alive and so for me that's something that you know this. That reminder of how do we make sure that we're we're honoring the folks who came before and who who blazed the trail and and some of those folks I'm thinking of it's like my mentor. Dr Lenny. Sorenson Dr Jessica Harris like these amazing black women who are like. They're they're riding riding the cookbooks. They're making the food they're telling the stories and they're connecting the people and so for me I can. I can only hope to continue to to give those flowers to those folks while they're still alive and honor them when they pass. Okay we're GONNA do a little speed round so Joanne. You told those who your mentor is Cheryl who is your mentor. My Mentor was my grandmother. She was for some reason. There were a lot of women in my family. We named Queen. I have no idea why they didn't name you that I'm still give you how it skips me. But her name was muddy and she was. I found out recently while she was a slave and she was a pastry cook. Oh so that was. That's pretty powerful for me to realize that. I guess I'm doing what I'm supposed. Oh subduing Kinda.
"savannah" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"We have room over there. You Go giovane unique projects objects absolutely. I'm jumping ahead a little bit but Giovane when I was reading about you and billiard. I read that. It's an African American centennial farm arm. Just since we're talking about farming right now can you turn means so Gillard farms the land that I that I live on with my partner has been in his family since eighteen. Seventy four so Jupiter Gillyard who was born a slave in eighteen twelve like after the civil war made his way down the coast post from South Carolina and staked off about four hundred ninety acres of land. And we're on kind of like that. Last fifty acres and farming retired farming we've always farmed organically and it's challenging especially with the changing landscape with climate and everything you know in the last three years. We've had two major hurricanes. The last major hurricane was probably at the turn of the century so for us us. You know there's there's some conversations that are happening and this is kind of. What's your at the center of the work that I'm doing now? Is this idea around resiliency of finding finding ways to to bounce back you know working with the land. I mean we have one area of land when I first came down in two thousand twelve. That was beautiful and Lush Valley Valley area and we can do events down there. After the last two hurricanes that is mosquito alley and it stays wet it stays flooded and outside of US putting in some dirt and like you know doing some very expensive changes around. They're like we just kind of have to leave it and make sure that we keep it kind of cut short so that you know snakes and stuff like that don't get folks and so knowing that they're there is that change happening is something that I think is important for for all of us to know whether that's eaters or restaurant tours and chef says that you know what worked five ten years ago may not work now oh and for us as farmers you know. I'm I'm a former restaurant owner. We closed down at the end of last year. And which I'm happy About is that for us. You know being down in a small town. We're like okay. We're smart amazing people and the places that would actually pay money. Are the places like Atlanta Savannah Charleston. I can't tell you Santa Cruz. We've had people offers money to like open up our concept in California but down in the south is where the work needs to happen and so we struggle to stay on our land. We we don't have a tractor and so there's a lot of hard work and guess what it's been about one hundred degrees for for me. It's just like let's let's have these conversations about what that looks like and I do a lot of work with seeds and also on the board of directors for seed Savers Exchange. And so I do a lot of work around seat literacy the and seed saving and so you know that's where it starts it starts with your your farmers who are often being displaced starts with the seed and really finding people who who can nurture and grow and you know chefs who can procure and create and make sure that those farmers are thriving and so. I think it's the cyclical oh relationship. That is so important for us to really kind of keep in the the middle of our hearts right now. God bless all the farmers out there. I mean I I know everybody in. The industry thinks that Cheryl what is top of mind these days top of mind for me is taking care of the people that work for me. Health Care Just being able to provide a good limb main for people that are making amazing food. For y'all I mean this should this should be a respectable career in to be able to to get people to want to do this wonderful work but you know just being able to take care of them and also to be able to run your business. That's what's and top of mind. Giovane I know so much as top of mind for you wanting. That's top of mind for me right now. I think what's what's top of mind for me is the idea of the healing that comes from the plea so herbalists and a health and wellness coach in addition to grower and Dan Dan but for me. You know I'm an herb nerd and a ferment nerd. So I do a lot of work with the microbiome and fermented foods and incorporating in southern vegetables into my ferment. And so for me right now. That's kind of what's top of mind. How can people form deeper relationship with? What's on their plate? Whether that's that's you know knowing who your farmer is knowing where your food comes from or how to transform food and to being so much more than you know what it is just coming out off the ground and so for me. I just really super fascinated around different ways to deal with food. I love the nauseous. The three of you but also so for our three speakers. It's really all about sustainability and all definitions of that word humans the land everything Michelle. We didn't get to talk to you about this last night. We said one thing we definitely wanted to talk about. Tonight is a legacy of Leah Chase. I don't know if all of you know that. Name but Leah. Chase passed away on Saturday ninety six years old chef owner of deejays in New Orleans. Just a legend. You know and this one was still cooking i. I don't know if she was still cooking the past year but like she was mean uh-huh. Oh Wow that's awesome..
"savannah" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"So all you bakers out there get ready our last speaker is kate doubtful of the Savannah. Be Company who tells us she's working to save B.'s. Nationwide the body so cates with the because projects and Savannah Company and really we. We really focus on education patients Vietnamese company. So if you've ever been to one of our stores you probably left with way more information about honeybees than ever cared to know and we realized through going through that that it was such an important part to us that we really wanted to start a not for profit and really be able to focus on education as she said the honeybees. These are facing a little bit of a challenge. These days declining populations environmental challenges. And we have this not for profit for two reasons one one. We want to raise awareness about with honeybees going through. We WanNA raise an entire generation who love and protect honeybees. You know when they start working with the honeybees they start caring about the honeybees and just naturally they start wanting to protect the honeybees and the second part to that is we want to help help. A new generation understand sort of the connection of where their food is coming from and how important it is to take care of those sources and Dan to really nurture our environment into really foster the environment that is growing our food so we started the not for profit for five years ago. Oh one of my favorite stories was out of Charleston. First of all it was a challenge. You know a lot of people are afraid of honeybees. When you're younger you have one of your parents terrence or somebody that you trust tell you do not go near the honeybees you? We'll get stung. It will hurt you so constantly. We're battling this the fear of honeybees that we have a garden. It's GonNa be company where we bring children in and adults as well and show them how gentle the honeybees are and they're gone on out to sting you. They're not trying to attack you. They're just doing their thing. So the School Board's obviously very reluctant to let us put beehives in their schools schools around all their Russia's children because obviously it was all go wrong so we had to really do a lot of working with the community Mutiti and with the government there to really show them that we could do this and now we're in five hundred. Schools were in fifty countries. I'm I'm sorry. Fifty states in foreign countries. We're in we're everywhere. So we really proven that this does work and it's a great educational program but with the very first school that we put these high them. It was just talking about it. We had a third grader from Charleston. Collis and he said you know the mosquito truck came through and it killed Oliver honeybees. And if it's bad for the honeybees that can't be good for us and what do we do about it. I was just like it's working. It's amazing though you know we really immediately started to see the effect and we really started to see how important this was. And it's amazing. Students students love the projects. The teachers love the teaching tool. She usually associated with an urban gardening project as well so they will have the students named name the queen they teach all about what's going on in the hive and then the students will start to study sort of the color of the pollen of the beezer bringing in the color color of the pollen that are blooming on the flowers. Start to make that connection between. Oh Hey these. Fruits and vegetables are growing really. Well those are the flowers that the bees were pollinating donating and honey. Bee Hive will pollinate hundreds of thousands of flowers a day so I mean the ripple effect is incredible it produces more viable fruits and seeds. It grows stronger produce. It feeds nuts and all kinds of things that feed the environment that feed the squirrels girls and the birds. And like you know it's an amazing ripple effect when you really start looking into it and we would love to educate you guys to if you want to go out to savannah. Viv Company so we also started realizing that this wasn't just affecting the students it was affecting the community as well children would go and WanNa bring their families in unlike mom. Look what I learned in school. Today can my mom come see. The honeybees cannot come. Show my brothers and sisters would bring him back to Savannah be company and I would give torn thank. You know. These kids didn't hear one thing said and they would bring their family back in literally. Just repeat verbatim every word I had said it was like they are not only listening. They are learning about this little sponges soaking it up and they're excited about it amazing so you know. It's really growing really excited. What about it and it's not just in schools? We've also recently started outreach programs. Justin communities we're in the why here as well but also we have a Video launching on Wednesday were pretty proud of. We found out that in Exuma there were no honeybees on the island. Did anybody see the fire festival documentary. So you know a little bit about exuma. WHO's there's not great infrastructure? The air but once we realized this was four years ago we realized there were no honeybees on the island so we had another really strong amazing woman named Catherine Booker and she runs runs the ECZEMA foundation and million years ago she worked at Savannah Be Company for a very short time so she came to Ted and she said you know we just realized there's no bees here we want to bring bees onto the island so I we just checked double check triple check just to make sure and then we knew we had to bring bees that what were you might free. So are one of the most dangerous to pests for honeybees. Among other problems like the pesticides Herbicides or big problem the Varroa Mite is probably one of the deadliest problems for the hive so we made sure that we found the. SP's speech that we could take down there. We trained very small group very passionate people who had no idea they were gonna be beekeepers very short time later and and so we trained them and it has just grown and grown and now you see honeybees all over the island you know. One of the beekeepers named Ricky. He she has taken the two hives we gave him and turn them into fifty hives. Four years later it is his industry now and he says that everyone calls up the honeyman on island. He's not ricky anymore. He's Honeyman and so this whole community has just adopted the honeybees and their way of life. And it's just so wonderful to see not because it's just kind of a an awakening feel like there's a little bit of a renaissance where everyone's really paying attention now to what they're eating and you know what they're putting on their bodies in their bodies and it's incredible to watch and we just really want to support foster that and educate people on that so as I said before if you guys would like to come out just spirit company tomorrow even we can take you on Honeybee tour. We we go out in the garden. We open the HIVE. Taste the fresh honey. You're literally eating liquid sunshine. It's like the flowers are converting energy from the sign line through the flowers the beezer collecting nectar making honey. And then also something that I love about the honeybee hives. Something that I've learned from them is is. I don't know if you guys know this was all women running the honeybee hive. So there's one queen all the worker bees or female and there's a few drones in the hive. The rules are not extensive is a great example of this community female L. Amazing Women who work together and support each other and it just shows all of them easing things you can accomplish when you're working together together and supporting each other and coming together as one so thank you guys so much for letting me thank you for sharing your story and for all the wonderful work you and.
"savannah" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Your lake aac cool all right now. I'm a manager. I don't know how to lead people. I've never done leadership training I don't understand costing I don't understand Dan financials. I literally don't understand how to run a business and now I'm in charge of running a business for somebody who owns this business if you're not the owner and a lot is riding on your shoulders. That is a huge amount on a pressure for somebody. That's never been trained to do it. This this business specifically is incredibly complicated. You know if you go into finance you learn you learn one one thing you learn your skill you perform that scale you go into restaurant management or ownership. You have to be a mom you have to be a babysitter. You have to be a leader you. You have to understand financials you have to know how to plunge a toilet. You have to know how to ratchet a think. I learned what a Flange was last week. And I've been doing this for nineteen years. Here's so there's there's so many hats you have to wear and we're not trained in how to wear these hats and I think that we all suffer as a result of that and that happens because because of various reasons and the first is because the bottom line is so small that we cannot afford agribusiness to actually spend the time training people properly the way that we want to. Because if you I'll have extra people on staff every single dollar counts and anyone that's ever run. A restaurant understands like you are looking for savings here. Ten dollar savings there. If you can save one staff half member you were like yes impressing it but you cannot train people in mentor them properly. If that's all you're worried about I knew I'm worried about that all the time. Our Win in New York is fifteen dollars an hour and that just happened in January and I can tell you that Michelle our director of operations over there and I have spent countless hours trying to figure out how to give more it to the staff while paying the required to pay them but also keep the doors open of our restaurant like it's it is so incredibly challenging so one of the things that I've been doing for the past. Couple level of years is financial training for servers and bartenders. That want to become managers. It I think is one of the most important things that super overlooked. This is because we As restaurant owners have notoriously kept our financials so close to our heart and not share them that we don't really allow ourselves to train people. I can't tell you how many restaurants I worked in or how many restaurants have gone to or how many managers hired that have never seen a pl before this is a very valuable part of running a business. You need to understand where your money goes. You need to understand Dan. What every decision you make how that affects your bottom line and how these things work together and get together so we do financial training within our restaurant group? We do financial trading outside outside of our restaurant group and donate a lot of time to financial training to everybody because it's super important. Many bartenders were going into bar. Managers don't know how to cost the cocktail. So you know you make cocktail you put it on the list for twelve dollars and God only knows. Maybe you're not making any money when you factor in all the labor cost so these things are important and this happens through mentor ship. This happens through managers or skilled professionals within the hospitality industry and without the shoddy industry were able to provide us a little bit of time name and a little bit of effort in order to train people how to properly manage business leadership. Coaching is one of the most valuable things that I've experienced in my career. And that's that's another thing that doesn't get taught really to anyone. We are now living in what is called the Post metoo world that means we need to teach people how to treat eight people. It is so ingrained in our in our being how we talk to one another the things that were acceptable fifteen years ago when I was in the restaurant industry when we he's to have innuendo. Fridays are certainly not acceptable today. But we need to train people on what that means and how and how we talk to one another and what is wrong in what is right and that also requires time so I could go on and on and on about the things that we lack in terms of mentor ship and what is required the thing that I really want to touch on because I guarantee you. I'm like already talking for way too long which I am. Sorry the thing that I do want to touch on. Is that what it takes us such a hospitality community talking to one another another coming together taking. If it's one hour a month where we sit together and we start to try and figure out. How can we share this information with not just each other but with our teams teams? Like if you know maybe once a month I take the teams from the local restaurants and I'll do a financial training. Maybe next month some other restaurant does a training that is about empathetic management management. I don't have the answers yet but one of the reasons why I wanted to open a restaurant in Savannah is because the market is smaller. It's exciting people are excited to be here and WanNa grow and I feel like it's it's a great opportunity for us to come together and shape how we want the industry to look instead of you know living necessarily in a place like New York where there's twenty five thousand restaurants and it's like turning a cruise ship like.
"savannah" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Everybody I'm actually going to put on a timer. Because I can talk forever about this and I feel like I'm GonNa need to check myself at some point so I am co owner of the with Windsor. My business partner right over there and we have the fat radish in New York which has been open for nine years and we are opening our second fat radish in Savannah Vanna. We are super super excited to be in this market for various reasons and one of them is what I want to address today. So I've been in the restaurant turn industry in New York for nineteen years. That's kind of an eternity in New York. And it's it's a tough industry there so I came up in the industry in Newark when it was quite a violent industry industry as all come to understand. Sexual harassment was rampant. Most women were not able to actually grow in their careers in the industry and it was super tough. I made a commitment once. I realized that I loved it and this was going to be the thing that I wanted to do. I made a commitment to continue growing my career in the industry and try to move my way up through management because I saw so many flaws with the environment and I figured that the only way I could attack these flaws was by actually having my own hospitality group. People wouldn't listen to me very very rarely ever listened to and I think that a lot of us women have experienced that in this industry specifically across every industry. We've we've we've learned through the METOO movement. How actually like how severe the the atmosphere of harassment assault and just being looked over has been and I? I'm incredibly excited. And happy that this movement has occurred specifically within our industry it has not only given us a voice but give us an the opportunity to start speaking about other things so we don't now we're in a position after the last few years of us talking about our stories and acknowledging each other stories and coming together understanding understanding what we've all shared together which has been traumatic for most of us myself included but now we have an opportunity to start talking about. How do we solve this problem? Moving forward. We now understand what the problems were. What existed what the environment was and how unhealthy it was and what we need to do? There are so many things things that I've noticed throughout my career that I found troubling mentor. Ship being one of them so in in our industry it's the bottom line is like super tiny eighty. It's very tiny. The cost of running restaurant are incredibly incredibly high in New York especially but pretty much in every market. There's so many unforeseen costs licensing is so incredibly expensive insurance so incredibly expensive and that's not just liability and liquor insurance and all these sorts of things but essentially opening a restaurant and running it is. It's you're lucky if you make a profit at the end of the day. You're lucky if you make eight percent if you're really operating a restaurant well you're making fifteen percent. I mean these. This is really hard and as we all know who are in this industry it takes blood sweat and tears. I know you know that girl. I mean it is exhausting. You work long hours you suffer through it. And that's because because I feel that we don't really have the foundation in order to help people grow within this industry. I'M NOT GONNA say by any means that I have the answers to this but I do feel that. This is a conversation that we need to start hurt having so we collectively as a hospitality community can figure out how to resolve it because it is going to take all of us together. When I was coming up through the industry you know we we and I am sure anyone that's ever worked in a restaurant knows that this happens? You're a server. The manager gets fired or the manager. Doesn't show up to work and suddenly your manager and.
"savannah" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History
"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by dr stephen nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past asked travel back in time as we look the people events and even the places that have shaped the story of christianity. This is our story <hes> family history. Let's get started and on this episode of five minutes in church history. Let's visit the oldest city in georgia savannah when georgia was his majesty's colony savannah was the capital. It's a port city and go on to play a strategic role in both the revolutionary canary in civil wars. It's charming full of history horsedrawn carriages architectural features good food and it's also full of churches so let's talk about the church history of savannah. We start with john wesley. He set sail for georgia. Uh on october fourteen seventeen thirty five. He reached savannah on february eight seventeen thirty six and he would would leave on december twenty second seventeen thirty seven. There is the wesley monument in reynolds square. Savannah has twenty two squares throughout the town and one of them reynolds square has this great monument statue of john wesley and on it are these words my heart's desire for this place is not that it be a famous or rich but that it may be a religious ages colony and then i am sure it cannot fail of the blessing of god but alas wesley did not fare so well himself in the fair city of savannah. He considered his time there a failure and there was the matter of a very complicated court case that ended in a mistrial. Oh the drama well george whitfield fared much better in savannah. He arrived in savannah. The first time on may seven seventeen thirty eight he opened an orphanage called the bethesda orphan house. It's just south of savannah. It opened in seventeen forty forty. One of those twenty two squares is the whitfield square. It's beautiful and it has a gazebo and i'm sure that if whitfield were were alive today he'd be in that gazebo n._b._a. Preaching so we have wesley and we have whitfield and we also have many churches in savannah in christ church which was established by oglethorpe the founder of the colony of georgia in seventeen thirty three. This is where wesley would have preached this. This is where whitfield preached. There's also the first african baptist church it goes back to seventeen seventy four. This church has pews news that were made by slaves and they marked the pews with words that were from an african dialect and it was also part of the underground ground railroad the first african baptist church and then there's independent presbyterian church it was established in seventeen eighteen fifty five by charter of king george the second a fire destroyed the church building in eighteen eighty nine but it was rebuilt. He built as closely as possible to its original design. The marble baptismal font is still there in the church. It survived the the fire. The church has a magnificent pulpit striking breathtaking that is made of mahogany also breathtaking the tall federal windows the granite floors and the corinthian columns woodrow wilson was married in this church in eighteen eighty five five he married a daughter of the church's minister and of course the church has its famous steeple which towers over the city eighty you should go and see it or if you can't make it to savannah you can simply watch the opening scenes of forest gump a feather dances. This is around the steeple as it slowly descends upon the tree lined streets of savannah and lands right at the feet of tom hanks is character forrest gump as he sits on a bench in chippewa square and that is one of the charming churches of of the charming city of savannah and i'm steve nichols. Thanks for listening five minutes in churches for more ordination or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes in church history dot com.
"savannah" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Priority. They would love to talk to people in the state of Utah about your Senator Mitt Romney. But it is Nancy Pelosi day if you've noticed the media, and you've noticed the quivers and Denise shaking and brow. Wiping in the sudden fits of excitement is Nancy Pelosi is once again to be speaker of the house they've invited. People Nancy Pelosi day, bring the kids. Well, you know, the ones that are alive and have survived et cetera being them, we'll have a barbecue of kind of a stem grown fake meat products grown in a laboratory kind of soy tasting tastes a little bit like chicken, but the rubber variety and we're going to celebrate America. Nancy Pelosi's America well to be precise. Now in North America. We don't want to get to jingoistic on Nancy Pelosi day or. As they've now issued a correction really what we ought to look at is the land mass north of South America that'll be our celebration for the day, the north bland mass north of South America. So all of this around the woman whose daughter now, I don't I'm as I'm a father, and I don't know that this would be the praise at want for my daughter, and maybe you, parents, etc. Maybe give your feedback on this. I have thought long and hard about on the day that I depart this earth, hopefully to go to the Lord I envisioned being there with my daughter, and my wife is a hold my hand. And they say goodbye to me, and I have not envisioned looking at my daughter and having her say dad, I've always admired about you that you will cut people's heads off. And they will not know they're bleeding that has not been my aspiration as a father. But that is in fact, what Nancy Pelosi's daughter has says about her she'll cut your head off before, you know, you're bleeding that's high praise from daughter, but isn't that divisive? And what does this mean, by the way for Mitch McConnell and President Obama if? If you were to advise them, what would you be telling them to do because there's some realities in the operating realities is now with the house of representatives run by the cold hearted hands of Nancy Pelosi cut your head off before you're bleeding. Are there deals to be made? Is there anything that we should do or could do in terms of dealmaking? They don't tend to give the president any form of victory as it relates to a wall. That's very very clear and the sticking point for them. It's nothing to do with money. We all know that I've seen the pieces. Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. Fiscal restraint pay as you go as nothing to do with that. The fact of the matter is this would be very much as a listener to my local show said like Chuck Schumer having a grand a thousand bucks in his pocket, and you ask him for something like a buck fifty to go get a Cup of coffee or a couple of bucks for a Cup of coffee. None of its financial, and they all know that. But the operating reality for Nancy Pelosi something else altogether. She is being flanked on her left in. This is interesting. So you have the fake socialist who's going to go up against the other fake socialist, one of them young and a frac- Brooklyn one of them old am demonstrably corrupt. It's Alexandria or cost you TEZ going up against Nancy Pelosi Cortez's says that she is not going to bow down first round. She's gonna take what is this symbolic vote against Nancy Pelosi and on something this actually decent pays you. Go. Your pays you go legislation. Simply means you gotta cut a little bit to spend a little bit. And it is a sign of the times that in the democrat party. You are able to now watch this young upstart pretend Brooklyn, I her dad was actually the CEO is on architecture company was an architect NCO. So the hardscrabble upbringing head to go down and be a bartender to make ends meet that didn't happen quite as much as she'd like you to know. But Nancy Pelosi now has to deal with this left. Flank and. Folks are getting upset. They're getting concerned kid we deal with Nancy Pelosi. Well, let's take some examples from history we've dealt with it before I was part of a team who ran against her. We ran the fire Nancy Pelosi campaign, and I got to confront her staff when we sent them fleeing from the internet that campaign was so successful because she had so unlikable I'll tell you a little inside information out of Washington DC, I chatted with a congresswoman who was on the floor. When Nancy Pelosi was voting for an abortion Bill. Do you did standing in the wings getting ready to vote for more money for abortions? She was feverishly crossing herself. Now, I'm not anybody's judge professor, a priest. But I don't know that crossing yourself feverishly vote for more abortions is the way to go. But the media wiping their brow fits of heavy breathing. Unable to control their thoughts as they envision of Pelosi. Congress. On NBC is it Samantha gun Guthrie or savannah Guthrie? I don't have a TV. So I don't know. So rely on us. Samantha or savannah, savannah Guthrie savannah Guthrie on ABC talking to Nancy Pelosi. NBC you're probably the most powerful women in government. Pelosi says in the United States. Yes, got three. Yes policy. That's true. Guthrie? Do you think about that? And think about what it means. Do you think about that as a personal accomplishment and Pelosi sits back and triangulate and calculates and things. And no, I think of it as responsibility, I don't think of it as an accomplishment, I think of it as a real responsibility. And how we go forward, and what that means in terms of the lives of American working families, and that's more. This doesn't break a glass ceiling. This is breaking a marble ceiling in the Capitol Hill, the United States. No, I don't think it's quite that momentous side note true or false. This is the first congress in which a woman will be seated who married her brother and lived with him for eight years this false question. And if that's true, how is that not made the media? And if that's true is Nancy Pelosi. You're going to be asked about that. Now in a go forward basis. What you wanna do? Well, look number one is stopped the wall because it is. Core promise of the president United States. It is what he ran upon when he came down the stairs. That's what drew the attention. He stepped on a line and stepped on a button that none of the other Republican candidates would ever do. We'll talk later in the show about professional Republicans ye- what that means to me. It means people who if you were to ask them. What do you do for a living say, well, I Republican what's that mean? Well, that's that's what I do. I republican. So what are your principles? Well, it's about Republican. Well, you conservative. Well, if that's if it's say Republican. Yeah. If it's something else, I'm a Republican Trump has been an antidote to that to professional republicanism. And there are in Washington DC little tiny whispers that this Mitt Romney thing. It's time to go. Right ahead and Nancy Pelosi to put in the minds of the American people this choice, but Pelosi intens investigations Pelosi intends shutdowns of the Trump agenda Pelosi intends to do what she can to try to get a personal attack levied against her by the president she intends to drive or draw him out that way and in terms of policy. Does it matter or does it Mitch McConnell sometimes has in his heart? This knee. The American people she made rich cross out on edge Pelosi. We things we can do to move forward. But they're always deals that we ended up not liking, for instance, so-called criminal Justice reform, Bill not high in that. I know the president signed it. Maybe he sees things in it. I don't see I think we're letting the few too many people out of jail, but he had the details. I didn't have the full details. But it ends up being these things that if Nancy Pelosi Mitch McConnell get together. Then we got to turn to the president. So what do you do in that place? If you're advising how do you advise the president to proceed and the media can't hide themselves CNN CNN on their front page. I took screen shot of the graphic Trump's presidency is about to totally change. He's going to face a new level of opposition. He hasn't yet seen. So we have not seen opposition this president who has been opposed more than any president in history has not seen opposition. I failed to believe that another thing. The Democrats intend to do is go after the tax. Returns to the professional Republicans. Some of you want to see the president's tax returns. I happen if they deal. Let's let's go full transparency. Let's do that such repression. Republicans are you afraid to come back and say, oh transparency. That's what you want to tell you. What why don't we do something? We can do right now today. This instant why don't we go ahead and release all the details and all the names on the congressional sexual abuse slush fund? Why don't you? Give us the details on that all of the abusers. What they're accused of. And how much money we spent because all that takes is a signature from Nancy Pelosi since we're gonna go full transparency and wall work in the debate this Bill about tax returns and ten years of prior tax returns. Why don't we do something else? You can all do. What are we disclose? The details of the work your family members have done where they've drawn down a couple hundred grand on your packs running a couple hundred granted per year or three hundred grand per year. Why don't we see an accounting of the work? They actually delivered to these donor. Owners. Why don't we get that transparent? And while we're talking about transparency. Why don't we go ahead and take through some of the records of the attendance of board meeting you and your family have had were you suddenly ended up on the boards of companies and industries about which, you know, little let's have a look at datas the American people. Let's go full transparency. And let's also do this. Why don't we go ahead and release all in any reports on Russia in how the investigation went about? Why don't we go ahead and declassify any and all of this information since you would like to go full transparency aimed at one guy. This is something I'd love to see the profession Republicans. Those are the people who Republican for a living stand up and say we're ready to play the transparency game in the Romney timing. Right next door to Pelosi taking a seat. Look, I can believe that mitt is a good guy in his personal life. And I know this in my judgment. He's a cardboard cutout of a man. He's kind of our Hillary Clinton in a way, he's not corrupt. But I don't think he exists because he's really just a walking amalgamation of the polls Stott Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the EIB network will get back into your calls. You're listening to the network six.