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Biden, orthodox patriarch discuss climate, religious freedom
"President Joe Biden and the spiritual leader of eastern orthodox Christians discussed ways to fight climate change as well as the importance of religious freedom during a meeting at the White House thank you medical patriarch Bartholomew met with Biden not long after being hospitalized overnight for feeling unwell at the outset of his twelve day visit to the United States Bartholomew's visit was expected to draw attention to the plight of the small orthodox Christian minority in his homeland of Turkey Bartholomew said his mission as patriarch demonstrates how Turkey can be a bridge builder between the east and west the eighty one year old patriarch said he joined with other major religious leaders to call for global covert nineteen vaccinations especially in poor countries I Walter Ratliff
COVID-19 Has Many Hallmarks of Laboratory Modification
"Understand we're talking to doctor Stephen I'll leave you in a couple of seconds I just got a couple more questions for you But regarding the laby hypothesis which now looks to be likely not just a hypothesis I was doing a lot of reading about this double CGG codon and this furin cleavage site and how these things although possible in nature certainly you know the absence of evidence so the evidence of absence doesn't mean the absolute absence of evidence doesn't mean the evidence of absence Could happen we haven't seen it yet This double CGG codon and this fear in cleavage site everything indicating that this was somehow man-made Can you comment on that and what is this fear in cleavage site do Why is it why does everybody keep writing about it Yeah So first let's just imagine because we're not together We can't draw pictures I'm a man So we've established that it has the three hallmarks of a lab acquired infection So then you go to the decision tree is it a natural virus that escaped or laboratory manipulated virus escaped The key to this virus having killed 5 million people and infected the entire planet is something called the fear and cleavage site That little ball that we know that's on top of the virus called the spike protein we're all familiar now with this little spiky thing sticking out of it It gets eclipsed by an enzyme by a scissors in your own cell that prepares the virus for entering the cell quickly And most viruses don't have this Most viruses well let me say another way in this book Most viruses clip their spike when they go into the cell So they have to do two things They have to attach to the cell get their spike clipped with an enzyme and then they can infect Because of this fear and cleavage site SARS CoV-2 breaths the cell after it's affected and comes out of the cell to go to new cells already cleaved So it's already done one of the two steps it needs Now it just needs to find a cell to bind to at this thing called the ACE2 And then it can immediately
AP source: Manchin agreeable to wealth tax for Biden plan
"White House proposals for new taxes on billionaires in certain corporations to help pay for president Biden's big domestic policy bill or drawing the backing of democratic senator Joe Manchin a person who requested anonymity to discuss mansions position tells the Associated Press the senator is agreeable to the white house's new approach on the tax proposals I didn't spent hours yesterday at his home in Delaware with mansion and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Democrats are trying to wrap up talks on the social services and climate change package what had been a sweeping three point five trillion plan is now being eyed at one point seven five the what could still climb higher resolving the revenue side is key as Democrats insist the new spending will be fully paid for by the various taxes I'm
"Rust" electrician says he held cinematographer "while she was dying"
"Bit we're learning more about what happened on the set of rust before Thursday's tragedy that killed the movie cinematographer new court records released yesterday contained the account of a camera operator for rust read also told a detective that Alec Baldwin had been careful with weapons on the set he says he recalls that one time Baldwin made sure that a child actor was nowhere near him when firearms were in use in the fatal incident Russell says Baldwin was rehearsing a scene in which he was to draw his gun and pointed at the camera before that Russell says assistant director Dave hall's handed a weapon to Baldwin and declared it a cold gone meaning that it would be safe to use I'm
Author Michael Guillen: We're Able to Perceive Things Not Visible to the Eye
"Folks I'm talking to Michael gillan, who's a scientist, who's written a book called believing is seeing a physicist explains how science shattered his atheism and revealed the necessity of faith. So you were just saying Michael gill really extraordinary experiment. They separate the connection between someone's left hemisphere and right hemisphere. And then they ask them, what do you see, cover up one eye? What do you see? Whatever. So the first time they cover up the right eye, and I'm sorry. The first time we cover up the left, which means you had it right. The first time they showed the picture of a frying pan to Joe, the split brain patient, they showed it to his right eye, which means that was being the image was being processed by the left hemisphere. And he had no problem identifying and naming it. He's a friend. Okay. Okay. Then sometime later, you know, they were jumping jumbling all these pictures. They showed that same frying pan image to his left eye, which means the image was being processed by the right hemisphere. And guess what? He said, well, I don't see anything. And the said, what do you mean? You don't see anything? No. And then they said, then they said to him, okay, close your eyes and draw the first thing that comes to your mind. So the guy closes his two eyes and draws, guess what? A frying pan. So what that indicates to us is that we're able to perceive things that are not visible. We're able to perceive things that are invisible to the eye. And that is where I start exploring the nature of faith because if you think about it, faith is all about seeing or perceiving truths that we can not see or prove in any or even imagine.
Israel set to OK 3,000 West Bank settler homes this week
"Israel is expected to move forward with thousands of new homes the Jewish settlers in the west bank the plan for about thirty thousand new homes in the west bank has already drawn calls for restraint from the U. S. which has voiced concern over the expected approvals two thousand eight hundred new units are expected to be approved in the west bank complicating any efforts to create a Palestinian state the Palestinians seek the west bank along with the Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem for their future states and the the supplements which house some seven hundred thousand Israeli settlers as the main obstacle to peace what is rope use the west bank of the biblical and historical heartland of the Jewish people most
AG Garland Won't Say if He Sought Ethics Guidance Regarding Ties to Son-in-Law's CRT-Promoting Company
"Apparently there's a company. That Merrick Garland's son in law is part of or runs or works for that advocate, critical race theory. What's the name of the company guys I'm drawing a blank? I want to say Polaroid. It's not Polaroid. It's it starts with a pee, I think. Say it out loud, Derrick, what? Think this pattern. Panorama, that's what it is. Yeah, it is. It's panorama. So panorama is a company that Merrick Garland's son in law works for and so Merrick Garland is sicking the FBI on parents who are ostensibly challenging the business model of Merrick Garland's son in law. So yesterday, as the AG was appearing before the House judiciary committee, House judiciary committee member Mike Johnson congressman from Louisiana had this unbelievable exchange with Merrick Garland who immediately turned into like a stepford wife, he was like a robot. He started going to this talking point about this memorandum set. He's talking about the memo well you got to hear this. Did you excuse me? Did you seek ethics counsel before you issued a letter that directly relates to the financial interest of your family? Yes or no? This memorandum does not relate to the financial interests of anyone. It's I take that as a no. I take that as a no. Memorandum is against violence and threats of violence. Will you mister attorney general? Will you commit to having the appropriate ethics design the review the case and make the results public? This memorandum is aimed at violence and threats of violence. I understand you're talking point, you're not answering my question, mister attorney general. With all due respect, will you submit to an ethics review of this matter? Yes or no? There's no company in America or hopefully no law abiding citizen in America who believes that threats of violence should not be prevented. There are no conflicts of interest that anyone could have. According to you, but with due respect, that's the purpose of the federal regulation. We need objective third parties to review our activities. You don't get to make that decision yourself. It doesn't matter. You're the top, you're the chief law enforcement of this country. This raises questions in the minds of millions of Americans in your impartiality is being called into question. Why would you not submit to a simple ethics review of that? I am exquisitely aware of the ethics requirements. But you're not following them. I have followed them and lived with them for the last 25 years. Did you seek an ethics review of this or not? I want to say again, there are no conflicts of interest involved when the Justice Department. Okay, okay. According to you, I got that. I'm not trying to be distracted, but you are not respecting our rules, our constitutional norms and the federal law that directly applies to your
Astrophysicist Hugh Ross Describes When He Learned of 'The Fine-Tuned Argument'
"Program. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show, Hugh Ross, great to see you. Good to see you, too. Thank you. Well, I mentioned in the beginning of the book that it really was you who got me thinking about things, for example, like the fine tuned universe. I had literally never heard about that until about 1990 when I read your book, maybe it was fingerprint of God. I can't remember which book it was. But I was astonished to read this, having never heard about it. And over the decades, I have been quietly amassing more and more evidence as it piles up as science draws us closer and closer to the idea it's obvious and intelligence created the universe there's no way this just happened. When did you in your career first notice these things or become acquainted with the fine tuned argument? It probably goes back to my teenage years. I mean, I started getting serious, but astronomy, when I was 7 years of age and wait a minute. That's no teenager. That's a very early, you're probably the world's youngest teenager, you're smart. You probably achieved teenage dumb at age 7. Okay, so at age 7, what happened in your life to get you thinking about this stuff? Well, I was looking up at the stars and wanted to know why they were hot and my parents said go to the library. And that started me on reading four or 5 books on astronomy and physics per week. And during my teenage years, I actually launched a research study in astronomy with my telescope, looking at newborn stars and different gaseous nebulae. I wound up winning the British Columbia science fair, went on to the Canadian science fair and then I decided, hey, I'm going to continue that. I've been fascinated with astronomy ever since. But I've got struck by the fine tuning, probably beginning at about each 15 is when I realized wow. Now hang on, when you say the British Columbia science fair. How old were you when you won the British Columbia science fair? I was 17.
Should the Conservative Movement Become Secular? Senator Jim DeMint Thinks Not
"So one last thing I want to ask you just about the conservative movement. Some people in the conservative movement say we should forget our faith tradition when you become a secular conservative movement. What's your thought on that is important that the conservative movement remains faith centered? It has to be. There is like we talked about before. There's really really no America without God. And we were told from the very beginning that the constitution that provides us freedom does not work unless you've got a righteous or religious people, God fearing people, all our rights come from God. If we forget that, Charlie, I think the biggest danger we have today is the left has become a religion. Everything they want to do is doctrine. And they really do want the government to be our God. They want us to be dependent on government and neighboring program they pass makes us more dependent. And that's going to draw a lot of people in. If they don't have a strong faith and believe that their life is in God's hands that there's the Bible is the truth. It tells us how to know God how to know each other and ourselves. And so faith and freedom are two sides of the same coin. And we can't have one without the other.
Braves blast 4 HRs, beat Dodgers 9-2 for 3-1 lead in NLCS
"Atlanta had four home runs to power past the Dodgers nine to to to take a three to one series lead Eddie Rosario had a four hit games homering twice and driving in four runs Adam duvall and Freddie Freeman also hit homers Braves reliever drew Smyly allowed two runs and three and a third innings smiley gets the victory LA starter in twenty game winner Julio yes gave up five runs in five innings the Braves now will win away from reaching the World Series for the first time since nineteen ninety nine mark Myers Los Angeles
Mollie Hemingway: Joe Biden Is the 'Most Popular' President yet Didn't Even Campaign
"Well you're very kind But this book is very very important This book is very important because if we're ever going to be able to get our country back in our election system back we have to understand what just took place And it never made any sense to me You have a man who can barely speak who barely campaigned and he gets What did he get 80 million votes or something like that Which is really shocking Popular president in the history of the country and yet everything that we saw on the campaign was that he wasn't even campaigning Yes the media were campaigning for him but he wasn't He was unable to draw crowds but he was able to get more votes than any American in history He supposedly the most beloved president in history and people were probably right to be suspicious about
Daniel Horowitz, Host of the Conservative Review Podcast, on Ivermectin Use in India
"Show with us today is a friend of mine and I do not say this lightly is one of the smartest people on the planet and he's a gift. He's a gift to our country. He's a gift from God and he is wise, he is relentless, sometimes he's contrarian and he's brave and going all the way back at the beginning of the pandemic, he's always just decided to go where the numbers were the numbers lead him and quite honestly also on crime. He said some of the best articles on what's happened with crime in America, but that's not what we're here to talk about. It's Daniel Horowitz, the name of his podcast is called conservative, review, and he's in very high demand now. He's a treasure when he talks. I just stop. I drop what I'm doing, I say, he makes sense. He knows his stuff, and we have gone into great detail on two of his articles in particular that I want to talk about, but first, Daniel, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Great to be with you and thank you for your con comments. Look, I never thought that during a time of an open border, the most ubiquitous crime wave we've ever experienced and inflation like Venezuela, strain supply lines, those wouldn't even be the problems. Yes. We literally be fighting for our bodies our lives our ability to live and that's certainly what's been keeping me busy, but glad to join you today. Well, it's just terrific. And so we're going to go into two of your articles in particular and we'll see where it leads us. The first I want to talk about your piece on a province in India from Uttar Pradesh I might be mispronouncing it and how they used Ivermectin. What do the numbers tell you when you did your research? Sure. So, you know, one thing is very clear, whatever you do or don't do. Pharmaceutical intervention, NPI non pharmaceutical intervention. I think the most consistent thing the last 18 months is it comes at saturates an area for 68 weeks and it leaves and then kind of comes back. So, you know, it's hard to draw conclusions because we have to understand natural cycles are the most important thing here. Now to be clear, the virus is not natural. It was created and contrived. But once it's in circulation, that's what it seems to do. However, when you go to this province in India and actually several others that also use Ivermectin, but this one is the most profound because they institutionalized it most broadly throughout the population, is that their curved dropped the quickest and the earliest and then it flatlined. So if you look at America, if you look at anywhere in Europe, even when it's low and out of season, there's a certain floor. There's a certain floor that it's kind of always circulating. There it is literally
New York Post Reports Joe Biden Is Flooding Suburbs With Illegal Aliens
"New York Post Miranda Devine who is unbelievable Jack more fat Kevin Sheen Christopher dowski and Bruce Golding Biden is secretly flying underage migrants into New York in the dead of night Aren't you sick and tired of government operating this way ladies and gentlemen under cover of dark Without the American people even knowing what's taking place If you've been reading the Washington compost or New York slimes you wouldn't even know about any of this Plain loads of underage migrants are being flown secretly into suburban New York Here's my first question Who is deciding where the illegal aliens go Who is deciding where they go Somebody's making that decision and I guarantee it's right out of The White House It's probably Ron klain Our Susan Rice or one or the other Malcontents and reprobates They're clearly trying to affect the suburbs clearly trying to turn Texas in Florida This is a disgrace And why the Republicans don't at least draw up articles of impeachment I will never know I will never
Texas lawmakers pass new congressional maps that bolster the GOP
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting Texas lawmakers passed new congressional maps bolstering the G. O. P. Republican lawmakers in Texas approved redrawn U. S. house maps Monday overhauling how the Lone Star state's thirty million residents are sorted into political districts and decreasing political representation for minority communities Texas governor Greg Abbott a Republican is expected to sign off on the changes which must reach his desk by Tuesday the Mexican American legal defense and education fund filed the lawsuit even before lawmakers had completed their work the lawsuit alleges Republican mapmakers polluted the political strength of minority voters by not drawing any new districts were Latino residents hold a majority hi
McCartney, Swift to induct new members into rock hall
"The rock and roll hall of fame has announced some of the details on the induction ceremony in Cleveland on October thirtieth our margins are a letter with the latest Angela Bassett simply Tina Turner in the film what's love got to do with it will give the speech inducting Turner into the rock hall Paul McCartney will induct the foo fighters into the hall Taylor swift will honor Carole King well drew Barrymore will induct the go-go's Todd Rundgren and JZ also will be inducted along with craftwork Charley Patton Gil Scott heron LL cool J. Billy Preston and Randi Rhodes the rock call is not yet revealed who will induct those acts
‘Halloween Kills’ carves out $50.4 million at box office
"Helloween kill list the latest installment in the Halloween movies was the biggest draw at the box office over the weekend I marches are a letter with the latest hello in kills raked in fifty point four million dollars in its first weekend according to studio estimates that's significant because it was also available on the peacock streaming service at the same time it's the second of a trilogy of the modern era of the Halloween story line last week's number one the James Bond movie No time to die drops to second with twenty four point three million dollars venom let there be carnage came in third place the Adams family too is in fourth the last dual is number five
How a Texas School Board Tried to Silence Minister Jeremy Story
"The larger narrative it seems to me is that as a result of what's happened in the country over the last couple of years, we are noticing that school boards are not what we thought they were. They are places of tremendous power, local power. And the people who run them are not doing the job that they're hired to do. This is a particularly horrific example. It's an amazing example. You have 7 kids. You've got skin in the game. You care about the schools in your area. And you are doing your duty as a father and as a minister to try to bring some light to a monstrous sounds like criminal situation. And for that even gets worse. You go ahead. I went to another school board meeting after they carried me out of that one. Which they had no right to do. They literally carried me out while I was making public comments. And before I even got to the stand, the board president tried to keep me from speaking. This is a normal public comment period where they had called me up. And I was testifying and they literally drew me off the stand. The video is all there. But the worst part is I went to another board meeting a month later. And they had stationed police officers outside the doors of the board meeting to guard the doors and they were not letting parents in, which is a violation of the Texas of a meeting Zack. They had taken a 375 person seat auditorium, taken all the seats out of it except for 18 and told people if you did not sit in one of those 18 seats. You were going to be
Governor DeSantis Floats Florida Law Against Vaccine-Related Firings
"I got a text message today on the MyPillow text line. Saying that a dear friend of the texture is about to lose his job as an airline pilot. He's worked as an airline pilot for this company for 24 years. And he's devastated. For whatever reason, his reason, his choice, not to get vaccinated. He's out. He's got to sell his house. They got to pull their kids out of the school. The kids love, and they got to move out of state. They're devastated. You take away a man's livelihood. You take away everything. Governor desantis, one of the great American governors stood up and said, this coercive tactic forcing people to make these kinds of choices, whether they get to work in their occupation and get vaccinated and prove it or get fired as governor desantis put it this coercion is wrong. Totally wrong. I think it's destroying trust in public health to the extent that there was still trust leftover after all the stuff that's been done. But I think it's really, really negative. And I think you're gonna end up driving people away, sure are the more the government says and private entity say you must be vaccinated. You can't make the distinguishing you can't try to draw that line in the Senate and say, well, the government shouldn't do it, but businesses can. We're either gonna fire people over a personal medical decision or we're not.
"second draw" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"P. P surgery. Right. So you know, when you think about it, it's you know, we've had this impact from the crisis. Um, we have a tunnel with the light at the end of the tunnel, which we hope is not a train coming our way. And and that that light at the end of the tunnel is the point in time when we can get to recovery. And the the time frame. The length of this tunnel is really determined by how quickly we get the coronavirus under control. And you know that's the whole around how fast we're getting the vaccines to the people that need it. And And sort of crawling. That challenge will you know, has the ability to shorten or lengthen that tunnel? And when we think about the P P p loans, what those are literally if you will a bridge inside the tunnel to get through a span of time, and so what we need to do is make sure that the businesses that are in greatest need of cash To get to the other side of this tunnel. Um, are the ones that are getting it? And so what we did was, we polled our business owners to understand. What percentage of them have applied. What percentage of them have actually received the money. And where are the kinks In the process? What's holding the money flow? Up from getting through to them. And you know what we found was roughly a third of the businesses out there had applied, or, um Had applied for P P p loans. Um, and only a third of those had actually received the money. So there's there seems to be some kind of blog jam where below. The people that are desperate need for this money aren't getting access to it on a timely basis. This is really sad. Of course, part of the problem. Eric is that In fact, this this second round should have happened last October or even last September. Yeah. I mean, politics kept it from happening because this to happen four months late are longer. Yeah, And and And so you know, there could be some attrition impact on your numbers here. You know, people, this which might have been a lot different Had it had it rolled out in October. And so, yeah, that is true. I can't. I can't not say that. I mean, it must be said that while Washington dithered small businesses were collapsing, And as you know very well, Eric. When a small business collapses, a family collapses. Yep, absolutely. Yeah, And you know, when you look at the distribution of the cache of the money that's actually gone out over 90% of it is second draw loans. Yeah, And, um, you know, a lower less than 10% of them are the first draw loans, which tend to be much smaller in size. Um, but those are the businesses that are really have really been hurt by this whole PPT process. Um, And it was actually fantastic to see that Biden administration was going to change the formula, uh, for the solo Preneurs, an independent contractor that was rich because they're the ones that's been squeezed and there was that were hurt in the first round. Exactly. Hold on To that time we'll come back with Eric grows. He's with Ally Nable. And a lineup dot com and we'll talk some more about this and other issues after the break, stay with us..
"second draw" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Monty. I'm just checking with. You Want to ask the question? I was wondering, Uh, it is a p p p loans still available because I have a friend. Yeah, I just I just looked it up. It ended at the end of May. Um okay. P p p loan is paycheck protection and Program, P P p and a lot of people I think I was saying a lot of people misused it. According to the government and their investigation, it was not misused. They said the vast majority of he he loves went to pay for people's paychecks. I saw people create jobs, busywork for family and then shuttle P p p loans to him, But I don't know. In any case Monte. The program has ended. Even the second draw ended. Now there are some people that might be waiting for the second drop. But they were already in on it before the end of May. So what did you What did you need it for? It wasn't my friend. I have a friend who was, uh she does a lot of boring at that kind of mutual and physical healing. And she her business really took a major dip. Yeah, just a dollar short day late, as they say, a day late or 21 days late. Dollar short. I'm sorry. John Fuller Fuller Law. John is our personal injury attorney. And, of course, John Of course, most of his businesses, automobile accidents and traffic. Are you there, John? I am. Hey, Good morning, John. Listen, This is off the beaten path. Probably you don't get these cases, Munchen. As I said, it's still worth discussing product contamination. We hear about it a lot. And in a nutshell. I mean, does it apply, like with all personal injury? If it's bad enough, maybe, But most of the time, not this guy had you. We've heard hook line and sinker. He had the sinker. It is in his pancake mix and bit into it. There were no damages. But let's just say there were damages. You don't expect to see a sinker in a pancake box. But what is the level of evidence needed other than showing the sinker and the box? And have you ever heard of any of these really paying out product contamination in they do, But you've hit the exact issue, Tom. It's really hard to prove. I mean, we're in the world would would a sinker like the one and then emailed it to me Wind up in pancake mix without some employee having tossed it in there. Okay, right. It's not part of the manufacturing process. I mean, it's clearly a foreign object that somebody had to place. Into the You know the production line something along those lines, so I mean, you're really going to have a hard time. Nailing the manufacturer for that, for an obviously malicious, you know, active an employee. Um most of the cases are You know, are difficult because there's just approved problem. And how did the foreign object get in there? Okay. It's actually a lot easier when you have like contaminants and there that they can test and found out that it's actually in there right and then track track back to a particular batch or a lot that was produced on a On a certain day. I mean, those are are bad, but they're actually almost easier than just a straight for an object like this, right? Um, Thankfully, there were no damages. That was going to be my first question is, you know it's bad to find something like this. It's bad to find anything in your food. However, thank God we don't have any damages and it and it's not a magic. It's not a magic. All of a sudden you get money, John Fuller, by the way, I you know, thanks for that simple answer. And it is very logical and again. You know if you ever have a question on personal injury, John Fuller Fuller law, you can see him at referral list dot com three Oh, 3597. 4500 high break time. I know you. I'm cola guard a prescription colon cancer screening option for people 45 Plus, at average risk. It seems like you take care.
"second draw" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Mitchell Miller. Meantime, in an effort to assure Americans the vaccine is safe, President elect Joe Biden gets his first dose on live TV. We're also learning the doctor Anthony Fauci will soon get his first dose. And just days before stepping down. Attorney General William Barr says he will not appoint a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden all street the Dow Up 37, NASDAQ Down 13 and the S and P Down 14. W T o P News time for 31. Congress is poised to vote today on a more than $2 trillion legislation or piece of legislation, including an emergency measure to help Americans struggling during the pandemic. Let's get the details from wt Opie's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. Good bipartisan Bill, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, praising the $900 billion coronavirus legislation that will provide $600 in direct payments and $300 in weekly unemployment benefits to people through mid March. It will also include a short term moratorium on rental evictions. We can accept the short term because we'll have a new president. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Billions will also go to employers. Trying to hold on to their employees for workers at the hardest test small businesses there will be a targeted second draw of the Paycheck protection program, and the legislation includes funding for the distribution of new vaccines on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T o P. News Meantime, in Delaware President elect Joe Biden and first Lady Jill Biden got there first doses of covert vaccine Today's vaccinations were carried on live TV. Ron stays real these folks an awful lot scientist and people who This together. Frontline workers, people who We're the ones who actually did the clinical work. Just amazing. Mr Biden plans to distribute 100 million vaccinations in his 1st 100 days in office. The face of the American battle against covert Dr Anthony Fauci will get his first dose of a covert vaccine tomorrow morning. Thought you were told, will told will get his shot, along with Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar and NIH director Francis Collins. The nation's health care workers were among the first today to get murdered. On his covert vaccine. My journey is the second vaccine to get emergency use authorization. It was granted nearly a week after fighters. HHS Secretary Alex Cesar explained how more vaccines mean keeping more people save the vaccines were distributing are going to save lives. This week. We have allocated more doses of the Fizer vaccine, approximately two million more doses for states and other jurisdictions to order On top of that. We've allocated 5.9 million doses of the Madonna vaccine. The maternal vaccine can be kept in a regular fridge for a couple of weeks and can even be kept at room temperature for 12 hours. The outgoing attorney general is contradicting those close to President Trump, who say a special counsel should be appointed to investigate allegations of voter fraud. In the Friday meeting here, President Trump was said to have discussed empowering conspiracy theorist lawyer Sidney Powell. Formally investigate voter fraud. There was also reportedly discussion that the government could seize voting machines. But the attorney general says this I see no basis now for Seizing machines. Bill Bar who leaves office Wednesday, also tells reporters he doesn't feel it's appropriate to appoint special counsels to investigate either the election or Hunter Biden. Stephen Portnoy's CBS News, The White House Theater Knee general also publicly disagreed with the president about a recently discovered hack of government agencies. The attorney general said that everything that he understands points to Russia, not China is being behind the cyber attack. So that puts him sort of firmly in line with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. In his assessment of the nation state that was behind it. That was CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge in a tweet Saturday. Mr Trump tried to play down the severity of that cyber attack. During a news conference today, Bill Barr said the U. S. She's charging a third person Libyan man Abu a Gila Massoud for his role in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. In 1988. The attack killed 270 People. Bar says he hopes Libya will help prosecute This man today. Massoud remains in Libyan custody. And we intend to work closely with our Scottish counterparts to use every feasible and appropriate means. To ensure that he answers for his part. In the Lockerbie bombing. US. Accuses Massoud of building the bomb that destroyed the plane as a new strain of Corona virus spreads in the UK New York's governor says one airline will start screening passengers bound.
"second draw" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"The whole show with my guy. Brady whole. Aren't they saying though like the percentage of threes and Shots in general have gone up and the bubble. Is that because it feels poor like practice sometimes in these games because there's nobody in the stands except for you know couch potatoes on their virtual zoom things and all that. They don't have the stats in front of me. I did last week but I don't know where that went the number of three pointers not necessarily attempted, but the percentage has gone up. So that's a scary thing for the nuggets but Colfax asked before the break. The beginning of the season they were like the best defense in the league they were point against they were tops even even. Attempts they weren't that that. Awful. But as the season progressed started to break down and they're still not like. Not The worst defense in the NBA. Now, you're not playing all of the teams in the NBA There's a few teams out of the East that are not there but overall, they have gone down there tenth in League. In points against. and. It's still not a great number as far as three points attempted they're sitting in the middle of the road but. That having that has they've jumped so far down because of their play in the bubble they were like top. Were sitting around ten or something like that. But there were allowing like thirty three three pointers attempted per game. And the percentage is like thirty five something like that. Again, there tenth in the League. So it's not when you look at that you don't see the worst defense in the NBA but let's keep in mind there since they jumped into the bubble they've been the worst as far as guarding the three point. Now Gary Harasses minutes have diminished his offense has not been nearly as good as it was two years ago before he gets hurt. So he's like Michael Porter Juniors considered a liability on the defensive side. Gary was for a while becoming in liability on the offensive side then he started to pick it up before we broke in March. But we haven't seen him since we haven't seen him play defense and that's a big deal plumlee. Plumlee Mill Zapper both to their better defensive players too. But you're also trying to make more room. Yours you want to see Jeremy Grant more, you want to see Bobo more. You're wanting to 'EM PJ more. You're throwing a lot of different guys out there young guys. Just aren't getting the terminology down just yet. So I actually think that it will round out once you get this full team going but how long will that take? Is it going to take two full games in the playoffs can you sacrifice like that? You got two games left when are we going to see this full unit? Pillai Dan says, playoff basketball slows down though and at three ball still very important to defend doesn't become as outcome deafening the rockets live and die defining. Sorry the rockets live and die by the three never make it out of the first round. But again, this is a weird time. You you certainly wonder if this if this three defense is the three point shot. Is What can ultimately win you this. This is golden state. Do it forever nobody shooting anything like GOLDEN STATE BUT STILL Teams shooting much better I. Mean we this text Brady, when is the last time? You saw secondary defender actually step in and really contest blow by blow by let alone take charge I'll tell you never it's usually just an old move or half-hearted slap that turns into a three point play in. This is the problem George Karl got into he preached defense, but it never showed on the floor Mike Malone is supposed to be a defensive coach but you're just not seeing the adjustments we'll talk more about that next it's the whole show powered by PDC energy, its top text Tuesday..
"second draw" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"To get the drive thru as well. Weld County Swami is correct in that I am not a mentally unstable sociopath. Thank you. Some saying Okay Swami just throws things out there and hopes to sticks here. Here's this one. Let's. Let's read this one. I think that what Denver's missing is the closer someone to take over Games squandered a game to the struggling Lakers team. But while the kind of Swami Watch, that game, the closers aren't in that game at the end. You Have Bobo. PJ's dosier plumlee I mean you're not pedia dosier is the nuggets did not care about that game they didn't care about. What was the game where they It wasn't Portland. It was the game before that they took everybody out. Joker didn't even play that final. The final was IT AGAINST PORTLAND? Maybe it was against Portland. That's similar to what they did with this Lakers team I mean. In the Lakers are struggling because they don't care either because they already clenched, they cared last night they wanna beat the nuggets. Lebron James played nearly forty minutes. Anthony. Davis played nearly forty minutes joker and Murray. Who Your closers play twenty four minutes. What this team what will keep this team from winning a championship this year. As they can't defend the three. And then when you can't defend the three and you try to defend the three and still suck at it, you get blown by which is what Dixon pointed out. It's exactly right. It is a domino effect. Now when you start making threes, uh-huh, we gotta go play them and then defensive guys. They don't have the one on one ability and they don't have the communication and the knowledge of the overall defense. You had a good question during the break. Two years ago. The nuggets had one of the best offenses in the League and then last year they started off really strong on defense than like halfway through the year seems they switched to focusing on the offense. I guess my question is, why would they do that when their defense was working so well, and they're still winning games and Malone is supposed to be a defensive line coach a couple of things there. Let's let's take a break and unpacked that why was their defense so good at first they started to fade now they're awful. What is the reason for that? Let's let's discuss that next minutes till the top of.
"second draw" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Text battle taking from the. Is it the future is really bright. Nuggets will blank Utah beat Utah. Okay great matchup as well. Avoid Dallas and Houston will be fine if you. If you shoot three, they're not for me. That is the new nuggets motto. If you shoot two three, they're not for me 'cause you cannot play. Three Point Defense we've seen that it's tough. How about Dixon texting on the bubble. The if they're worse against the three, then they're really in trouble because they blow by points in the paint defense is also huge weakness. They give up blow buys, and then also a ton of second shots on any mess labs because they don't block out. All all valid points to I can't disagree with you on that. Dixon because when you give up the three, then you become so terrified that you are going to give the three you're playing too tight and then our our defenders, the nuggets defenders collectively without Gary Harrison, Wilburton wilburns on an amazing defender but he's still a little shift here. He's a little. Quicker, you are getting beat by the three and they're going right past you. How was it Portland Portland Split Defenders, left and right it was exhausting to watch the defense just didn't look right is that Gary Harris not being able to set to recalibrate this team before the game because again? Harris. Doesn't play the entire game we're seeing bad defense out there. Lie Young. Guys though. Texture I. Think. The only thing Denver should really not want is to have to go through both the clippers and the Lakers I'd be good with the fourth seat and I don't know that they're going to get that fourth seat, but we'll continue to pay attention to it. The Weld County Swamy says, we know pillow fight Dan can't be a closer while for obvious reasons. We'll see if he closes this one out today. Says it's like what Jimmy Stewart said from miracle on thirty Fourth Street every time I opened my mouth suit coach loses his job. Here's what's interesting though that I will say on this and I wanNA talk about it next Joe. Parker, that's power play sports poll question should he be fired? I'm GonNa give you my my reaction to that question my answer to that question. But also, let's start learning from our mistakes to. Twelve forty three the time we blew way press a pass to break here. Let's get the.
"second draw" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Really matter because it's sixty game year where where would you put this season asserted in the rockies make the playoffs maybe even make some noise in the playoffs. What are you? What do you do when you look at that? Put The asterisk next to it or you say, no, it's everybody's in the same boat and the rockies found a way to get a little bit further. Yeah you know we we've kind of done this campaign. The are what we've decided to repurpose the whole asterix thing or or it because it is. Different and that's all really didn't asterix denotes that something is different but I think you can make the argument that in many ways, this is much more difficult baseball season to win. Yes. You can phuc your way into a winning streak and into a winning season of Betty's year. But you can also just as easily fluke your way right out of one and and you know a single injury can completely derail season much more than I could before and and all of these types of things. So No. I. Think it would be completely legitimate. I think it would be great for the momentum of the team I. Think it would be great for the saga of Nolan auto for them to experience the. Success because it's it's a feeling in these guys, bones weak. All of the time he has the fans and we can all go out there and say you know how much does it count? Do you stack it up as a really change how you view the rockies going into twenty twenty one but if one are not just to drink champagne with his teammates clubhouse? No maybe from socially distance. From across the room now but if they get to experience that stealing and Brady. If they go the whole way and they're the team that wins the last game of the season, there's no replacement for that feeling you can't say, well, you know we can all think whatever we want about the roster moving forward. That's going to mean huge things for the competence of these players, for Nolan, not faith and the Organization for the organizations say to themselves to continue to move forward and compete. So I think it'd be huge for the franchise to to make noise and do what I think. They're going to do this year, which is really Put themselves in the sick of this for the whole season I think it's not about halfway through the season, the national media will go. Okay. We gotTA start talking about the Rockies just being in this thing 'cause they're not gonNa go away. Yeah. No I I tend to agree it's a strange season for sure but. Even even with the NBA Bobble. There's easy aspects to it. There's there's certainly more difficult aspects to it. So it kind of just depends on how you WANNA, look at it and I for one I'm having a blast watching this rockies team each and every night. So we'll see if they can bounce back tonight drew. What are you working on forest man that we can check out in the next next couple of days or today even Yes. I've got a few things that I'm through I. Just finished something up about how actually the games up the rockies have lost this year. Tell you more about how they're not lucky how they've had a good process and playing good baseball when you take a look at the way that they've lost a lot of those have. been about luck and I'm also talking about this problem. There's an article I'm working on. Now the we've been discussing about guys who slumping right now, what do you do with them and when you bench a guy or when you say someone else needs to start instead of John? Gray when it is a sprint and every game matters that much more but. We said baseball players can't just magically break slumps in ways that they couldn't before. So the there's a lot going on out there and the other thing too I wanna say this been putting together some data. If we're going to put an asterix on some seasons, I'm still going back to last year and that damned juiced baseball. The baseball has been fixed and I think that's a huge part of why you're Colorado rockies struggling the way they were a year ago and why Kyle Freeland hasn't had the type of games that he did a year ago. It's because of the baseball, the numbers I I think are bearing that out and. Again. We're talking it's like you said, right? We're all playing under. So people say well, everybody played with the same baseball people say that about the steroid era hey, played in the. Era You know whenever so everybody knew what the rules work there are sixty games on the table you looked at the schedule and the rockies looked at the schedule and everybody else looked at him second on the Dick the rockies to be contenders. So go back now and be like well, it was just sixty games and they only be X. Y. and Z. teams like you knew what it was. You knew what it was. If they win the thing, it counts just as much as. I like that. That's the way I want to look at. It makes it makes there's more meaning to life when you look at it that way, right? We'll see what happens with this team like you said, these next two nights big bounceback nights. Let's see what the rockies can do drew a pleasure as always to talk to you my friend love what you guys are doing. You keep building up down there and you just keep up the.
"second draw" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Anthony Davis played thirty eight minutes in this game. Gentleman played. Twenty five. Paul. MILLSAP. Twenty Four Puerto Junior Twenty four toward Craig twenty three. And you went five deep. You'd plumbly yet Bobo Your Morris Your Dosier, they all play twenty plus minutes. So you five deep and they played twenty, four, point twenty plus. I. I'm not worried about that game. Do We? How much do we take from the bubble? How much are you? Do you think the nuggets really care? Because I have seen you know we we have yet to see Gary Harrison. We'll Barton, in this thing, we just now are seeing Jamal Murray get back at it. The nuggets are sitting in the third spot. They are two games ahead of the rockets is that it then 'cause they they won their division again. Is it possible for Houston to climb up in that spot your two games out. and. The nuggets have two games left. So you win one is that that clinches it and as of right now, you'd be going up against Woohoo the Utah Jazz. We can finally have that. Donovan Mitchell discussion. Oh. Here we go. Again if Donovan Mitchell and the jazz put the nuggets out, you're going to hear all the idiots that have no idea how the NBA draft works we could have had Donovan Mitchell. The. Couldn't have already traded that pick and buy yes I. Suppose you could add before but he traded that pick while before the draft and Utah told you who to draft because that's that draft pick belong to them. He that match up. With Utah, it's looking good like I mean, it's looking like that's going to be the case. Do you see Houston climate how many games have left. The nuggets are game and a half behind the clippers I think that you're going to see this is it's the Lakers are obviously set. The clippers are. Probably set. Houston has. Oh. They're playing right now. They're playing against San Antonio on NBA. This is a two more games after that. if they. Lose that game that's it because you can't get. You don't have enough games gain it back so. It's Kinda looking like the nuggets will hold onto that third spot. So nothing's really going to change. At all for them. But now it's just a matter of who you're going to be playing and how about this you've got the Portland Trailblazers on the outside looking in they'll play Memphis if that's the way this thing ends but Phoenix. Has Played Six games in the bubble. And they have won six games in the bottom layer like the hottest team Jira, Draymond Green. So he agreed place for the warriors, he's setting up on in the studio on teed. He's taking shack spot apparently and I don't know if just for now but he went off and said man. booker is getting screwed by Phoenix he needs to go to a better place he needs to get out of there. And the NBA find. Because he's not a talking head. But the also runs that broadcast. So he's not a talking head. He's a player and saying a player needs to get out of another team might suggest you think that that player should come to your team and that's tampering can't do it. A Lot I'm fine here. Let me check. I think it was like. Was it. Was it five. Thousand. Dollars. The NBA announced yesterday that it find. Draymond. Green of the warriors fifty thousand dollars for violating the League's anti-tampering rule. The fly find his response statement screen made us an analyst on Thi. This is why why do we have current players analysts? I don't like I don't. Necessarily want to hear draymond green who's biased because there are certain players in the league he hates. I mean I. It's kind of it's kind of inciteful because you get a he takes a step out of the NBA for a little bit talk about things but it's a little strange to me. Our power play sports poll question of the day, and this one has people kind of fired up. I love it. You guys always assumed that I take aside. If I say are the broncos GonNa win a super bowl this year. That doesn't mean I'm saying that they will or they won't I'm asking you. The question should Colorado state move on from Joe Parker. Eighty two percent of the whole against say. No. while. I was Kinda shocked by that. Do I think that they should move on from Joe Parker. I'll tell you next seventeen minutes after the hour. Actually we already talked to recruitment of DNV. I WanNa talk some rockies with him. And you know what? How, how, how serious should we be about this rockies team right now you know loss last night whatever pitching fell apart. But there's a lot of reasons to be excited about this team. We'll talk to drew about it coming up next than I do WanNa talk about Joe, Parker and his his immediate future with Colorado state. I don't think Steve Adagio is going anywhere I really don't I I read that article yesterday qualify I read it two more times after the show. And I don't see anything in there that leads me to believe this coach is going.
"second draw" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"Don't know. Are We? GonNa do antibody tests. I have no idea. Let's can work because we're not really doing much of anything, but. So. That's my sad news in my gift Card News. Do you have any news on your side? It hasn't been a newsy week. One golden print book is up and running as well so that's that's exciting news. And I got older to copy from Amazon and ingram spark, because we played in both places so and remarkably similar, so that's good, isn't it? Also. The same ending, yeah, same beginning fit bit boring I was I was hoping for a different one, but. Again! We also did go to the pub. For now, pubs in the UK an open reopening into July the fourth, but you can buy pints, beer and wine and things like that from a side door a pub. Take it away, so we did that last night with my lovely typesetter. Adrian, who you met save on a nine eight and we went and sat by the river because it was a super super hot day. Say Watch the sunset with a pint from a pub, so that was that was exciting. Haven't had haven't had any my second draw pint in three months pubs reopening on July the fourth independence. Day Is it's pumped dependence day in the UK. Well this week. I've decided to get serious about. London seven now won a golden summer is out there I plotted it. And then I did my normal thing where I just go so I've written nearly fourteen thousand words this week, but then I decided that needed to be properly plotted. Say yesterday. I really did gay deep. Say Yes, say on wrong. Okay. So you plotted it and then any wrote fourteen. K in you re plotted not quite repotting. Just did it in more data. Icy New the the basic thing hadn't done their chapter by chapter outline by just wanted to try and write it a try and start writing I quite often de this. Actually I didn't say this last week in the plotting upset, but quite often just. Start writing and then get about ten ten thousand was done, and then I think Ri-. He probably built it. Useful. Elsewhere just lied. Frankly so you try to behave, but you can't control yourself. I always always start writing and then think shit I should actually probably plotted. So so people you haven't listened to last week. Listen to this week's I. Get the real story. And then you'll be like she is. I think you know why said last week is what I'd like to happen. Right saying an idea world as wide like. When I share like the truth things your. Time. Say that. That's really This week hasn't been a CD exciting nominally But we go to the pub and I have written fourteen cases bad. Comments what she got nothing maybe night and I love this week. Let's good because we have a lot of comments again through Ari,.
"second draw" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Ten on one oh two point five the bone marrow two drew Karabo live Johnson John they keep finally get to the game John I didn't say anything did you no no no no yeah we do that skip again I wanted to know we got a waiting do the game I'm not trying to be a tyrant over here so if we wanted to the game got so we're gonna try to hit each other sweet spot in other words we find things that each other we craft for questions about it then we grab for questions about something we're passionate about that with the twins Mike is going to cover us with questions of her own at work by Shannon who ever knows the answers and win I don't know yeah try to take it down so John the first ask you a question about wrestle mania okay and then you're gonna ask me a question about Lollapalooza right because you would know a lot about WrestleMania the showcase of the immortals which would have been this weekend yeah in Tampa in Tampa following my Facebook memories came up but it was when I went to the WrestleMania in Orlando a lot of my former WrestleMania memories a profit of two very different yeah that was a long day for me too I worked late hours at that long day for me I drove from Tampa to Orlando paid fifty dollars for parking I sat through half of the first match with Shane back and that other dude AJ styles California no as Texas I was asking for their yeah one of the that was my favorite movie of all time Dallas is world the day he it was amazing yeah it was it was honestly just being in that building and seeing all those people was crazy that must've been some experience for me I through most of the first batch salt rock and said it's not going to get any better than that let's go get some dinner and keep on you Hey John in WrestleMania thirty five can you tell me which two performers open the show those recent right yeah the last couple years last year WrestleMania thirty five would it last year this is a multiple choice no I'm sorry the way to performers Alden do wrestling what a legend the other one not necessarily a legend Kurt angle in.
"second draw" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber
"I can get there without like. Maybe he drifted off there. So so what do you think so so we came up with the project. Cook Circle Mount Mount Circle. Mountain that I I think it sounds like a beautiful thing. I remember to crops which I I like crops. They you know similar family to Berry's so I feel a kinship with that And I like I like circles circles and spinning and I I just I feel so lucky to be able to to to really dedicate these funds to you but In honor of Timmy. Who's WHO's just been such a beautiful? So Yeah Timmy is no longer wearing a shirt. Yeah no sometimes he likes to take it off to do his work and of course you know more connected to the key right. Yes that makes sense opening opening channels channels. He's He's oiled up. It's all part of. I think you'd find that most most acupuncture masters would would also also be wearing oil so you so you're going to release the two point six two million dollars for Cook Circle Mountain. Take it just just thank you so much and Miss Steinbeck. Thank you thank you thank you. Timmy yes thank you. He's wearing a very sort sort of skimpy. I wouldn't call it a pants under underpants winter in New York now is what used to be short. Yes yes I have one one final ask just just to consider. It's a small thing but so cozy zone. It's a podcast. I and I recently started a patron for it where you give a monthly donations of five dollars a to become a cosies zone own member and that means you get early access to episodes you get access to exclusive member only content and of course all of your donations go to supporting the artists featured in the podcast and the all the production costs everything that goes into it so I was wondering Ms Steinbeck would. Would you become a cozy zone member of my patriot. That's that's so sweet but I actually don't I don't I don't deal L. in cash gifts so I know what do you mean I mean I. I'm to donate money to the arts and and end but I I generally When I like to get to give to give vim berries so maybe maybe I can sense? Send a few Barry Bushels. I think you sure yeah I I do love berries. That would be nice. You're sure you can't just do. It's like sixty dollars a year. It's just five dollars a month. It's it's it's it's really not where my heart is. It's I like to give and berries but no by Timmy. I think maybe it's time to see the the gentleman Ab- Ben Ben Joe Ben. Ben Ben Ben is fine and maybe you can see ben an out okay. Okay well Ms Steinbeck. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you for your support and thank you for being a trustee cozine awesome foundation by now by now unle cozy zone. With Ben Weber is produced and edited by me Ben Weber Danny. Townsend broke our theme music. Johanna Campbell case designed the logo. A big thank you to drew Peterson. Listen Beecher's cheese shop and John Campbell case special thanks to Cozy Zone Foundation. Trustee Ms Victoria Steinbeck even though she didn't join Patriot on but but you can visit. WWW dot patriots dot com slash Ben Weber projects follow me on instagram at Ben Weber projects and on the web at www ww dot ben Weber projects dot com. Subscribe to Cozy Zone on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you catch your pods stitcher or spotify and write a review. It is the also nice. Thank you so much for listening. May All your zones because e beautiful.
"second draw" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber
"Itself like melt the snow and a pattern that actually makes the earth a work of art. Absolutely I definitely have. Ah Yes so definitely like. It's there's some coding with like strategic snow melting. And some sort of meaning. I'm not sure what kind the design we would but we should think about it so we got we got eleven minutes right now. It's not particularly fun what we're doing like it's very like sort of dry and like here whereas like well. Yeah or just like a little just a little dry and sterile like yes. The Sun warms your face. The sign of the witch. Jen We will. I do like this history of crops. I like this building the structures playing playing with different things. You know I'm thinking about like stonehenge things. This might help us anymore. I got it. The artwork should be designed around be equally intriguing from all angles take. The artwork must improve not detract from the safety of the site. 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Yeah like they're so whimsical like is there a bit of whimsy to be had in in the creation of whatever this structures that can be engaged with from all sides that is i. I do love mountains. Let's go with mountain. Yeah definitely some sort of mountainous structure. Do you climate to get a certain experience. A town like can us look bad. Definitely the town in the whole town in a new way absolutely. I think there is a lot to play with in terms of this mountain thing. I Yeah I mean we could. You know we'll have to do it in a responsible height right so that what is the thing did can't like block block their view or deter drivers experience while sides it's what if the structure somehow moved or spun slowly like made a revolution and and somehow each side of the mountain showcase to seize like agricultural seasons are sort of. I don't there that's nice. It's it's actually a big sort of Rotunda. Yes absolutely it actually spins in a circle lutely spinning so okay so maybe Like title we got. We got less than a minute okay. So Mountain Revolution Revolution. So that's that's that's one title twenty four at one twenty eight twenty four hours one spin at one hundred twenty eight. Th Avenue Gordon. One Hundred Twenty eight twenty four at one twenty. Okay okay now day. Mount turn. Mount Spin Out Swirl K. Colorado state motto nothing without Providence Interesting Cook Circle That's interesting It could be cooked mountain. I could I could get there that I like and maybe cooked Circle Mouser Mountain Cook cirque amount. Why not why not Cook Circle Mountain Nick? Wonderful any final final sentiments from the Zona cozy which has now become more robust. Yeah now the concept of ecozone I find so interesting because it can mean so many things like I think of it as a creatives on breath but I yeah over the years have. I don't know if you think of it this way and some people a lot of people don't but I find myself gravitating towards public places aces with a lot of activity. I don't know maybe it's the din of the sound or just catching little bits of people's conversation next to us or whatever but there's something about take being surrounded by life that makes you feel like you're kind of in touch with it. I every so often I do like to like retreat even be reclusive but when when an ideas germinating does feels better I always feel better being cozy czar mets somewhere somewhere amongst people. I don't know I I am not that way at all. I love to love to retreat. I love to be reclusive. I'm certainly like an introvert but also it also depends on what the thing is like. You know there's something there's something powerful about like asserting that we're the guys with Mike and Headphones in this space. You know like you know trying to figure out some some Art Thornton Colorado. It's amazing yeah. It feels dare. I say it Punk Rock punk rock subverting the idea of what you want a cheese shop in Manhattan Bard Manhattan analyst guests basic drew. I think you're incredible artists. I'm really grateful. I'm so grateful to be here with you and I know that you are an incredible artist. This is why we have so many opportunities to work together. which is amazing? I can't wait. I can't wait for the upcoming opportunities and I'll see you right after this Hi.
"second draw" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber
"Morton. Colorado never heard of the online. There's a lot of beautiful pictures just absolutely termi delicious. Great Lovett thirty minutes on the clock. Let's let's make causes on foundation project or so. It is a rural place. So what do we want to look at. We WanNA maybe see Thornton in the past you know old Thornton we wanna see and maybe what what we would like what agriculture looked like community could look like. Yeah just a first band idea just like a like a little model house with different rooms sort of showing different print maybe areas of time. I see a field of wheat. Like what if you walked into this space and this is an indoor space and there was just a field of wheat with a Hopper House often hopper style house very striking or like like almost like. You're sort of like partying out in the field of bringing the harvest in kind of thing. There was an artist. Recently featured did the shares who did who planted a field of weed in Battery Park City. I there is a I believe it was a chef's table episode. I was watching about a guy who actually cooked southern style barbecue but it could be wrong. Who was who was really interested in diving into like how certain ingredients vegetable greetings? How how they got in the cuisine of the American cuisine? The reason why you're eating Okra is because because it found its way here three Okra is. It wasn't here like it had to be brought here. And what does that mean in my John. What are the actual social and political ramifications of a wire? Eating things are eating which is really that. I'd never thought it was like. I never thought of like the idea that that something I'm consuming for. Sustenance would like not not have been existed here already wondered like could you tell a history simply through or narrative simply through agriculture. I'm really liking this idea of like traveling through history based on agriculture. You know how they have like various labyrinths at like meditation centers. That you sort of walk and particularly good for your walking walking meditation and I wonder like I'm not exactly sure if this is like agriculturally permaculture sound but having like concentric circles or you you know some sort of as kind of thing of different crops that you know like there's like this subtle shift. It's interesting in some of these pictures I've seen what appears to be like corn silos silos that hold corn If you years ago Jonathan actually. We're lucky enough to make a show at the United States botanical gardens the immersive prominent show and it was such a beautiful gardens very manageable in terms of passing greenhouses. How you could see in DC? I read the national mom and and there. What was the main room called? I think they called it the jungle actually and they had like royal palms inside so the main greenhouse was quite large but it was enclosed enclosed in a way but conceptually and design wise is interesting because the idea behind the landscape architecture jungle was that it was an old. It was like an old the House that had been taken over by jungle. Like so there were there I inside the the shades of where the growth was happy to see old broken marble steps and broken banisters that you couldn't access by the public but you're like why is. Why are these old marble like banisters and stares here like you get? That wasn't US passage Rafer for pedestrians with they built the gardens to look like it looked like a jungle took a house back over. I wonder if there's like hearing about like nature overtaking architecture colonial architecture feels really. I don't know that's something I would could get behind. I would want to say that I would want I would want nature to sorta come back at us. You know. It's it's it's fun to think about and And also just is there a way that it provides close to the community and but also a a step maybe into the towns passed or the town's history or something along those lines. It's it it asks us to look at ourselves and also it's so funny because botanical panicle gardens or even agricultural general. I feel like when I see it. Look like it's so permanent and yet it's definitely not it. It grows its ephemeral. It dies re comes back. And so you know I think I think the horticulturalist and botanist security curry actual living spaces. What does that you know? Could you recreate the garden space depending on year a year or theme right of course so I'm also. I'm looking at the history of Thornton on Wikipedia and thirteen. It's as thornton consisted solely of farmland until from Nineteen fifty-three when Sam Hoffman purchased a lot of Washington street about seven miles. North of Denver. The town he laid out was the first fully planned community. The Dean Adams County and the first offer full municipal services from a single tax levy including a recreation service and free trash pickup named in honor of former Colorado Governor Dan Thornton I'm also looking at Colorado agriculture so we have cattle and calves corn wheat hay eighth and dairy dominate as the centennial state's leading agricultural commodities So we also have bison ostriches E-mu sunflowers hours grapes and Mushrooms at the armory. There's restoration happening across the room. Because it's a historic landmark restoring rooms but one by one and the Architectural firm that's in charge of the restoration is basically they're thinking behind it is. It's really lovely. Actually they're trying to get the rooms back to. They're not adding things to them. They're getting them back to the time where they're in their most sort of gilded age gory which that sort of thing always strikes me as really the powerful where you're like we walk into space told like this is we tried to get it. This is what it would have been like if you walked in eighteen. Whatever yeah have you ever have you ever been out to the water mill L. Center out in water mill? Never have it's It's the Robert Wilson Site for creativity and it's essential like his home. I think But even the way the building is late. I believe it's an old like post officer sorting post office that he converted into his creative space and also at home but even the way at the on the building and it structures are laid out and the way that they planted you know that this sort of agriculture around like we were we were taking a tour of it up to some years ago and they're so the front of the building faces duties so the sun. If you're certain times a year meant the Sun will come up right through. The centre of of strange like chasm cut through the middle of the building in the Sun will come coming up right through it. Lakes and leaving the building laid out it has to do with the way the earth spins and where we are in proximity. It's really awesome. I was like wow wow. This wasn't just like let's put some stuff around and make beautiful place. It was like the whole house and structure and all of its existing surrounding foliage and and other structures feel like they're speaking to the earth in some way and this wasn't random that they were just put up this like this is facing this way because of this and you'll see they were literally times you'll see in about ten minutes of son is gonNA come down and all of these windows will be flooded with light straight straight across because you know in order to maximize on the twilight our and rehearsal and that feels like a really creative our. I think that sounds actually useful for for what we're doing here. Is doing lesson last year about memorials. But I found myself showing the students. Some of the most like sort sort of memorials that they wouldn't have seen the one in northern Norway and has something to do with like. I WanNa say like witch trials. It's bizarre Structure Long structure like out northern Norway. It's very there's a flame burning their eternally in a chair. I was like if we were building. The structure in this sort of circular roundabout roundabout could. It is thornton like place that gets a lot of snow if if the surface of it is you know reflective. I was by myself like in the winter months. You walk past the building high reflective surfaces in the sun hits. You feel it warm. Your face could would the reflective surface of the structure.
"second draw" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber
"One person because you have this wonderful ability to make it feel like you're the you're the only person in the room that you make me feel like I'm the only person so like what if there was a show where where truly the is member is the only person that room and you are following following your with Ben. Whoever that character is it's it's kind of interesting thank you? That's why I love that. It's it's it's interesting and it's very generous. That's so nice. I love that I love that so much. Thank you for me. I think that drew magic power I I perceive is your ability to be down to earth and humble and grounded in these extremely extremely impressive situations like you work at the Park Avenue Armory which for me is an extraordinarily imposing and like stage. First of all I mean it's this gigantic drill hall that is filled with these like unbelievably high budget pieces pieces of theater. And you do projects there and the way that you talk about the projects that you do there is just like it. Sounds so mundane. This is just another place place to work. There is no difference between like a small little basement of a synagogue. And this like unbelievable. Oh you regal place. It's funny I I appreciate so much. Say It's funny. I think over the years I think it's been somewhat conscious of like trying to Maybe has something to do with making Peter for young people like. There's no I don't feel compelled to be thrust forward to be the first person to speak or even naming lights I I actually I find so much joy in like creating a situation a theatrical situation and then sort of sliding back into the shadows I was once at a place like this. It wasn't this place where I was sitting there. We're having a doing some work like writing or something and a couple of next to me was talking about the show the trust side pictures and they didn't know I was a part of it They were talking about it up in a way and they're talking about this other show he made. This is bizarre and then once with some colleagues of ours. Someone congratulated a colleague colleague on the show. They were in. But congratulations so beautiful on unaware that I had project letter written in the show and I was like this is awesome. Like it's. It's really fun to set up situation to let other people feel successful because into right. There's there's something selfless about it inherently anyway. Somebody said you can't. You can't immerse people bull in a contemporary setting because they're already immersed in like I can't create an immersive theatre show set in two thousand nineteen because we already living twenty nineteen and Mike. That's really interesting. So what does that mean does that mean and I immediately thought about it in terms of generational timeframes. So like what's the how. How how far do you have to go back to truly provide an escape from our reality to another world like a currently I think of like the one thousand nine hundred and you could make a theater show? That's like all stranger stranger. Things is a good example. Of how much like so wrapped up in it yet. Like if that Sean come out. Maybe ten years ago or fifteen years ago would we have been so interested of viewer to like take over the art world like what what is your. What is the rain of Drew Peterson? Look like I was talking to our dear friend Jonathan about this the other day. Who is Jonathan Schmidt Chapman? If you're listening to this who will actually be here later and he says such incredible mine in Hawaii Realm. I'm and I often thinking about things in theatre for young people or or even what. I've been calling Makita for all audiences because when we go I think a good show for young people or piece of culture for young people works for an adult to like. It's not like oh well thanks for the little kid but you know I don't. I'm not interested in that town for a summer. Every two years or every year is is completely taken over by new commissioned progressive artistry that might have a life beyond that festival some of it it might but much of it is completely an experiment at the commissioning whims of the artistic programmatic team of the festival. Holtz city town surrounds itself with and advocates for it. And I've been Manchester Catholic three times with the armory which has been wonderful wonderful and lovely and I've seen some crazy things and stuff. That's completely wonderful and Hair blows was your hair back and some that you're like what is is this like how. How did somebody pay pay for this? What is it and I just there's something so attractive about in an ideal world wouldn't it be fascinating. If many not even in New York I think of all the beauty and charm of like these up near upstate. New York towns like Hudson or beginner dinner Kingston where you have these old industry buildings. That are derelict. And you see what if you could have a festival of the most emergent work in the country that might not live on in this remote place that people had to go to not quite like burning man but like that. It's it's like if you were going to. Let's call it the Kingston Festival you knew you were going to see people really be challenging themselves to make some of the most emergent artistry in the field and I think that also comes out of the white trustees psychic was born of what this real call to arms for like what is what is high quality united states-based artistry for Young People look like I don't mean to get patriotic about it. There is something interesting about that to me. Like what does it mean to be an American making art now well and for young people and what is it that place. What is its place in the global a global stage? I really interested in that. So it's you know it's it's it's funny. It's like not even world domination. The war at home lies within like carving a progressive identity and culture making for young people. It feels like farm-to-table theatre for young people like if you could create the stone barns of meter for young people somewhere far are we. The people had to go to seek it out that seems so enticing and sexy and attracted to me it feels even if it wasn't good like people would come in. I don't know what that was is but like people are trying things. I love that I think that's so sweet. Speaking of commissions and commissioning new work work at drew. I love our conversation so far but we also have an opportunity here to work together to commission a new you work of public art with funds from Cozy Zone Foundation. We've been given an extraordinary budget by one of the trustees. This is a two point six two million dollar budget to create a piece of public art uh-huh and this comes from the daily income of three New York area bridges and tunnels so that that's nine hundred ridden forty four thousand dollars taken in from the George Washington Bridge every day. We got one point one four million dollars taken in from the Verrazano narrows is bridge every day and clocking in at five hundred forty thousand dollars from the hugh l Carey tunnel formerly the battery tunnel. Rookie Battery Yeah. Yeah Very Nice. So so with a whopping two point six two million dollars I've been given a dossier here actually We can take a look at so. I'm seeing a A design proposal a call for artists roundabout at one twenty Eighth Avenue and Cook Circle City of Horton Colorado. And it's the details of this cohesiveness between the landscape and the artwork Creativity reflecting the history of Eastlake community and embody the values of agricultural history agrarian lifestyle and wildlife so seems to be a commission around artistic mission around the town that's really bridging content and form to the location where it's made and particularly in this town. Now what are you seeing in terms of this site. Looks like it's like a roundabout it. It's definitely in a roundabout sort of looks almost like Columbus Circle type looking looking thing where highway in another road to sort of major thoroughfares converge. Ground Sixty five feet in diameter No height restriction to this proposal on nicer curious more pictures it looks like a fairly rural area. Looks like farmland and fields. I'm seeing railroads. Little fields of plants. Churches an old sort of mid-century buildings and businesses it's like Americana our economy. It's most beautiful perfect.
"second draw" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber
"And there was a punk show at the local like Grech Center and all of the orphans that was the name of our punk Pammy orphans happened to be in town down the Jersey shore and we were like. Hey can we played four songs between the other bands going on and then there so the orphans jump up on other people's instruments play four songs in these guys. These guys who ran a record label in Westchester Pennsylvania called creep records. You WanNa come record on our label and so we like these little. Oh kids on a record label where they recorded to tape in their basement recording studio but it was a dump it like a punk house amazing and we cut a seven inch vinyl so I still have it as a I remember we were going to record the first time and as a snow day and none of a stroke. We were too young to drive. We were like we're not gonNA. It'd be able to record the album today because nobody can drive to the to the recording studio because we were too young to drive. In the second time we recorded I was still so young. I had poison ivy on my arms from being in the woods so I love getting into making things was this funding negotiation with me and three other young men trying to figure out out how to make a ban and play songs in our basement which was actually really an interesting exercising collaboration and like you do music and so you like the amount of discipline it takes and Mike how immediately formative is when something sounds good and stuff. I wouldn't try. I don't know how like theater I was always. I guess a funny theatrical goal second child is interesting but slowly found my way to theater but I still do love. Music can do music. And it's amazing but I think the discipline of music and also like the collaborative you've nature and diy nature starting Punk van with your little. Your friends and your brother is so I got credit a ton of my creates into those moments and some of it was so ridiculous in bad I was reading about it the other day someone had written some article about the orphans. Apparently our first show the first time we ever played an official officials show after our second song show is broken up by the police cops came show up which like as a fourteen year old kid even like cops coming into the yard of the basement of everywhere anywhere like being like get. Get the hell out of here. You know I was like Oh yeah like I was like. That's really funny so I guess from early on sort of like this maker of bazaar or guard weird things that slightly dangerous things like at any amendments that the authorities could come in and say this is a fire hazard My creative life to that. Those moments being in the basement of a western suburbs of Philadelphia like punk rock music. Second what plants. I played the Bass Guitar on Bass Guitar. And then when my older brother Eric went off to college he left his electric guitar. So I just picked it up because it was there and then my younger Chrissy Chrissy in all this time to pick up the drums drum set at the house. If suddenly when these instruments are laying around you just play them or you let me let me play and see what happens in so i. I took Bass Guitar lessons but then self taught on guitar and the drums and the Mandolin and so now like I got a lap steal not long ago. I'm playing with that so but I feel like primarily guitar drums Bass Guitar to be my real I can. I can do really well on those session. Guy Like someone holding down like great. You played a band you guys songs. Now I'll come in and it's great I I'm not being part of the rhythm section because it's important but it's also like people nobody wants to be the Bass Guitar player and so you got to find a good bass guitar player. It's hard to fine so it's a lot of fun why implants why orphans God so the implants. I fully know the answer to that. which is a little embarrassing? We here we you were fourteen year old kids. who were boys going to an all boys school being like this'll be funny? The implants and it was that was it. I think that the orphans. I seem to recall at the orphans. Name came out of my parents subscribe to Newsweek magazine at the time and one of the articles made a cover article came through. And there's something about you know Blah Blah. They'll orphans by an article on Air Eric. My older brother. That's kind of an interesting name. We're like Dennis Pretty Cool and so of course our punk rock the OH and orphans has sort of two slashes and a better like angry eyebrows and an unhappy sort of be upside on ABC's slash slash. It's like looks like a pissed off base so that was the ban And we got many of the. Eric wrote a lot of the lyrics for the songs Based on like Newsweek articles is a big city was angry about thinking about in the mid nineties grunge days and I remember there was a song that we have called big brother bigger mother where it's about a drug tests that you could conduct on your kids by with a coffee you could wipe it across their desk and it would shaw a certain color if they were smoking pot the time so we have a song big brother bigger her mother about bad. It's fun and it's like fun. Angry angsty youthful punk rock in the days of grunge like right when it was sup- we we hit it. The right time on context was big. How do you know a piece? These days is working. I still don't quite understand where ideas come from. I compared like artistry me and content and project ideas I think compared ideas to like sicknesses straight. Like the like. They're these are these things that come up in sort of effect affect you they. They don't go away. You can't sweat you can't is a fever you can't sweat out so you and I think that's a sign of a really good idea because it keeps keeps haunting it keeps it. Might it might be in remission for a little while and then it comes back but it keeps haunting you until you think sort of you've should have shaped the demons out of it nothing ever like fully autobiographical yet. There's a ton of me inside of it but like stitching the strange the big fish kind of abstract shadows of pieces way. It's interesting I dream about making a solo show about all these sort sort of bizarre twists and turns in my life. There's so much fear for me. I think around really talking about who I am in art. It's funny I now. I'm thinking about like the Ben Weber. Show you know what that is and also like I so appreciate and I love that you're interest in like sort of subverting form and messing with form and and you know and it's funny when I when I think of you I think of this blake. Foundational support in terms of creative project. Comes to mind. Even though you might not always feel that way. But like I feel like that Ben Weber is like we bring ben onto a project he's like consistently sisterly. He's he's going to be that represent good ideas and produce great work in great ideas and thoughts and content artistry and it's amazing and and you know but also how captivating and inviting you are as a person are era. You remind me of like the warmness of home so if if I was making the Ben Waiver show I would. I would like I could see. I'd heard about a show something like this before where the show is actually like and you can stop me at any point. This is an interesting. No thank you please please continue. I like I like it was a show where you go to Ben. I'm using the word because maybe it's not you. Maybe it is someone salmon playing someone like you or maybe as the character's names banner maybe not maybe if there were saying this is a theater piece but like we go to a house home and you ring the doorbell and one audience member at a time and then let's you and essentially you move throughout his spaces at various iterations possibly of his life or maybe his adult life like an you. The show is this you realize like you. You're going through your relationship with Ben Throughout media series of years or a series of moments. But it's only for.
"second draw" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber
"The Kennedy Center Classic Stage Company Abrams Art Center and the Wallis US Annenberg Center in Beverly Hills. He's the twenty eighteen and the first recipient of the national highway. USA Artistic Innovation Award before we we get to drew. I want to introduce you to Ms Victoria. Steinbeck one of the trustees because his own foundation I traveled to her palatial home in great neck. New York where. I was granted. An audience in her opulent Acupuncture Room. Hello Hi Miss Steinbeck. Thank thank you so much for seeing me. Oh you're you're getting puncture looks yes. Yes it's Seven days a week. I have a little room in my house so Tim ICAN just come to me Timmy. Oh Hi this is. This is timmy. Oh He's very handsome thank you. You're welcome what. What is Timmy working on today for? You have a strange spinal spur. It's been sort of growing but because of Timmy's amazing work it's it. It doesn't bother me so much as long as I have my daily acupuncture. Great I'm sorry I'm GonNa have to sort of get I'm GonNa put put the mic sort of through the face this whole so I can hear you a little better first of all. Thank you so much for being a part of the cozy zone foundation it means so much to to to me to all of our guests to the great projects. That will be commissioning because of your your generosity. I loved the arts as somebody. Who Do I really came? Up in the Berry World I really appreciated colors of of the amazing produce that that I was surrounded by but I was never really an artistic person and I've just always been really interested in people that sort of see beyond what's right in front of them when you say the Berry World. What does that mean? You're you your family dealt in berries. We came up in. Yes Barry Fortune Right Barry Fortune. Well it started with my mother who who inherited small-farm and and I don't know if you know this but but berries can sometimes james sort of be like invasive species they just you plant some men and they just keep on crowd really. Yeah Yeah. I didn't know that So off of these invasive invasive berries we we we. We decided to capitalize on that which which defined to be the most invasive berry sorry most invasive I would say boys boys in Berry poison so they just get everywhere and they take over. They took over everything that they touch. Yeah it's amazing you just plant some sort of you know in any kind of environment and next thing you know they they kind of sort of kill everything else and you have a sweet a Bury Orchard well you were a berry heiress but then you moved onto a different type of organic produce. We put together a brands that we call. Let's do organic. Let's do organic. Yes I've heard of that. It was like a small pause. There's there's there's three dots on the lips so let's do organic. Yes looks like you have. I don't so I don't know if I can count but perhaps one hundred over one hundred needles in your body right now. Yeah you have to ask him but he it really works magic to me is nodding about over one hundred. Can you give us an exact figure. Timmy's shrugging okay. How long does it take for him to put all these needles in your body? Well usually we'd be set aside three hours in the morning and then just one hour at night while so twice a day you know. Yeah you get acupuncture seven days a week. Yeah I mean it's it's hard you know living with the spur but but I with Timmy's help. I have a really sort of I feel like a survivor. You are you are a survivor. Can you tell us if it's not too personal how you came to have the spine. Spur the spines Berg. It's it's something that my mother also had an. You know it might have something to do with with bending down to pick the berries the first sort of years when we didn't have a lot of help I'm not a creative person but my spine maybe wants to sort of be creative. Move in different. Directions didn't like expressing sort of creative impulse that I don't have myself. That's wonderful. Thank you so much. You have a proposal for public art project to to share with us. Yes yes it is a roundabout. It's a sculpture for around about At one hundred Twenty Eighth Avenue and Cook Circle in the city of Thornton Colorado. Wow okay that sounds sounds good what what inspired you to to connect us with this project. I've sort of been saying to me street life so much in Timmy's he's from Nevada and When I when I heard about this project that was so close to Timmy's homeland I I? I just wanted to give back in in some way to this. This beautiful place that that gave me somebody who has made my life so much more beautiful Ms Steinbeck. Your generosity knows no bounds. That's so beautiful you you also are going to potentially release some funds if you approve of the project that we devise so so I would like to Put up two point. Six two million two point six million dollars a wonderful what. What inspired you to come up with? This figure I've been thinking a lot about bridges and That would be because of bridges of love bridges of trust and bridges a friendship and I. I did a little bit of free search or at to me did it for me. The daily earning of the tolls at the George Washington Washington Bridge. Hugh L Carey Tunnel. The last one is one point. One four million That's collected daily at the Verizon Bridge. Amazing okay. That's that's really cool. I didn't know that well. That's that's a beautiful figure extremely generous. What do you have a sense of? What portion of like two point six two million is from your net worth just just so we have kind of an understanding well l.? I don't like to to really talk much about that. Of course but we can just say it's it's just just one small berry from the basket. Well okay so we're going to go away a and I'm going to find creative collaborator. We're going to go into their cosies zone and we're going to devise a project inspired by this budget and these parameters of this call for entries and we're GONNA we're gonNA bring back to you our our final project and and then you'll you'll have a listen and see what you think what. Oh yes sorry I I a little distracted by by Timmy's sticking out some of the needles. But guess that's that sounds amazing. Great there there are so many needles. Okay I'll leave you to it. Oh goodness Steinbeck thank you so much. Thank you and I'll I'll see you later. Alan Peterson mclovin wherever. Welcome to your cozy. I'm so happy to be here on cosies on. I'm so happy to be sitting here with you in this zone. Can you tell us about where we are absolutely absolutely. And I'm so thrilled to be sitting here with you in this zone as well and particularly because it's you at so excited to share this so we were sitting in the cellar of Beecher's cheese shop on twentieth and Broadway Manhattan the seller is the downstairs bar and eatery if you will and they have cheese and other things but I can't remember how I was switched onto this place. Got To be half half a decade ago or so but I kept finding myself coming back here and spending little bits of time or longer bits of time doing creative projects or even just coming because I liked the vibe and so we're sort of sitting in a sepia washed bar and restaurant that isn't very big but has a sort of brick like the catacomb esque quality with the candles around that makes it sounds a little darker than it is but a little industrial rustic but welcoming not disconcerting in any way bank. And that's where we are in love that so right behind me is like a entire wall of aging cheese rounds. There seems is to be an eye they could probably tell us which kind of different There's just stacks of what looks like different layers of wedding cakes most. Yes and they are. I'm sitting here just aging because you can buy or purchase beecher's cheese. They have US shopping Seattle as well. It doesn't have a restaurant you can buy in grocery stores around New York working here in various cheesemongers around the city and they did it is very good. She is actually but they have the aging process on.
"second draw" Discussed on X96
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