23 Burst results for "Shakey"
"shakey" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"So glad. Well, yeah Dog with all the new dog or as Bill Handel would say, Ding Dong Thing, dog. That's a great impression. That's not it. That's not an audio drive I played. That was closure. That's great. Yeah, that's a great impression. Do it again. Don't let his hand Wow. So did I. I looked in there and saw it was crows. You're doing it. I thought it was you playing an audio drop. I thought it was you playing that crazy. Wow. Wow, man, What are you doing tomorrow? Phil never handled 60 10 in the morning 6 to 10. Let's roll high. Um, anyway, so I was going to say we're going to be at the shakey's belly and I night we're got another field trip planned here. Is Russ going? I don't think Russ is going. Is he going? Maybe he's going out. I think he might be is going on. We haven't asked him all right. Uh, we're gonna be at Shakey's and torrents. So come on down the day after tomorrow as Wednesday. As we root on the torrents, Little League all stars and see if we can get them all the way to the, uh, you know, to the motherland. I don't know if that's the term they use, but anyway, trying to win the World Series And Shakey's pizza in torrents. There's two locations to make sure you got the right 1 36 15 3615 Pacific Coast highway will be there from 1 to 3 30. The game starts at two. I believe and goes until well, whenever somebody wins again, there's no clock on it, but we'll be there between one and 3. 30 PM myself Elio and Russell. So that's kind of cool, right? And Angel, You're also invited. Don't know if you what time do you have to work every time? Uh, three o'clock. Oh, yeah, Well, you can come by, right? No. Maybe not. You work from home. Um or you go to the studio. Yeah. Yeah, Tell him you're going to be late. Yeah, right. You gotta go route on the mojo. Potatoes. Cool, baby, if she did traffic from traffic Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, That'd be great. Great idea. It was a.
Meet Christa Couture, Author, Indigenous, Disabled, Mom
"There's something really important than i think. We need to talk about first. And that is the fact that apparently you fold everything including dishcloths. We gotta start with you. It's wtrw yes i do. I do fold everything away. Gosh my secret is out. I mean well. I am very like tidy very organized person and you know on one hand. I love like the drawer. Everything being neatly tidied and put away because then it's like pleasing. It's like a small little tiny moment of of having fresh flowers. It's just like oh that's nice And i think for a while. I mean there's probably a part in my life for any little mishap would crush me and i think it's sort of turned me into a bit of a neat freak because it meant that that was an area of my life i could kill some control over so there was a time. We're just kinda served me well to think okay. Well at least taken full these dish put them away so that when it opened the door. It's not total chaos. I can't do much else. So i think i've always been a tidy person. But i think it probably got heightened in the in the last years but yes. It's true it's true. I'm i think. I know where you may be got some secret intel. All i'm going to share is at the person who related this very critical intel to me said it also happened to be pretty life changing for them. So that's good to hear that a positive listed in the beginning right but but then ultimately life changing in every way match so you grew up. Sounds like into a certain extent. Kenneth splitting your time part With your mom and canada and then summers aish with your dad in montclair new jersey to set aside a new york for those who don't know where that is. Your dad Was cree and sounds like he was. A healer was a culture her first nations culture part of your life from the earliest days. I'm curious yeah. And in this way that i wouldn't have known was remarkable or even to name because it was just there and my dad did also live in northern alberta. There was yeah definitely split my time and a few few homes as per custody agreements and my parents both moving a lot and so where he lived in northern alberta was was on a a cre- reserve and and he was a healer. And so you know what. My dad's house. There was a sweat lodge in usually one or two ts in the yard and he ran various ceremonies and in the summer. We would go to another camp where he ran fast for people. And i would my sister and i would just be running around in the field and he would be doing that work. And so you know as a kid i didn't i. Of course. I took it for granted that the swizz present in my life and that i had access to ceremony which of course for a lot of indigenous people. There's been you know. A break for a lot of heartbreaking reasons and so i feel really grateful that it was just there i mean the soaraway. I feel about it now. Is that you know as a teenager. I was like okay. Whatever dad and then by the time in my twenties i was ready to come back and say okay wait. Can we now talk about this. Can you share these teachings with me. More you know explicit way was when he was was sick and when he died and so i wasn't able to kind of learn more from him in a more direct way but but of course it it shaped me and it was. It was there. My child had the. I mean even just to know that this is a part of you from the earliest days until learn through us moses through just being around it. I think that's so powerful. It's something that i've been come kind of fascinated with the concept of lineage and heritage over last couple of years. Maybe i'm at that point in my life where i'm getting curious about it. And if it like so often so many of us really know nothing about you. Know not just our parents as human beings but also the lineage that you know their parents and their parents and their parents and and what may have been lost along the way. Yeah and it's interesting. What gets shared. Because my dad was also french that my last name couture was my dad's last name but i know i know about french. Canadian like i would feel a bit shakey thing. I say a french canadian ancestry. I don't feel like. I'm part of that cultural group in the present whereas my from my mother's side she scandinavian and her parents lived in new norway. Alberta says it all right there and and so there was. There was some presence of that. You know adhere the stories and some of the words and the way. They talked about being norwegian and swedish. Was there but dia french. But i kinda i don't really talk about some like i wouldn't know what to say so it's interesting with the lineage. Because it's also like what was what happened to be present and so i can't the ways that i think of myself. I mean i think of my father very much as a cre- person although he was also mixed you know technically
A conversation about race, privilege and making space
"Watch a dot. Say Nin, hello, and welcome this unreserved on CBC Radio One I'm Rosanna dare child. In October of two thousand and eighteen I moderated, a panel called inside outside at six degrees held at the art gallery of Ontario. It's an event that invites authors, academics, politicians, and big thinkers together to discuss pressing issues. And Right, now there is one issue that has captured the world's attention. The death of George Floyd a forty six year, old, black man and in Minneapolis police officer now charged with second degree murder. His death was witnessed around the world and sparked support for the black lives matter movement with protests from Merika to Australia. We are at a turning point in our history, so we thought it was a perfect time to revisit this conversation. Today on unreserved. We're talking about power, privilege and asking. How willing are we to make meaningful change? Joining me on stage, our Alexis McGill Johnson of the perception institute. Is Your allure author speaker and Internet yeller not to know bed. National Inuit leader and president of new tap read Cana Tommy and Sassy assassin professor of Sociology at Columbia University. Okay so I'm afternoon. We're going to have a conversation around place. Power Privilege, who hasn't who doesn't and perhaps more importantly how we are shifting to create new spaces. I want to start with of course are beautiful panelists here? I want to ask you first of all to tell US share with us. Where you come from because as my elders teach, you cannot know where you're going until you know where you've come from. or at least that's what my mother would say when she sent me to the store. my first question to each of the panelists are what is the place that you come from? Perhaps we'll start with me. Thank you very much I guess I'm still trying to figure that one out. I. I thought I came from Canada. I was the young person and I'm not quite sure if that's the right. Way To think about where I'm from now. Nuts. which is. A region in new one of our four regions northern Labrador and we very recently got self-government, two thousand and five. But I grew up. There I also grew up in the United States I I grew up. Kind of between a lot of different worlds so I, Can i? Also say that I'm a global citizen as well so I am the national leader I am in Okinawa proud indigenous person. But it doesn't. Then, take back any of the other parts of me, that exist as well and I'm I'm comfortable insertive in that space, and I think that is sometimes confusing to the rest of the world that I have not indigenous ancestry as well that my mother is none dishes. That's fine and getting the acceptance from. Canada and North America that I can be indigenous, but I can also have non indigenous parts. That is a part of this power dynamic that I hope that we can discuss this afternoon about assertiveness in. Indigenous. Without the. The qualifiers that indigenous people put on us. And if we don't fit into those myriad of boxes than we somehow lose all of our rights altogether. And we will get into that because that is an interesting place of privilege to. TRY TO KICK doors. Down into so that we're GONNA. Wait to Alexa. So, we're my from. Kind of like to say I'm from a period of time. I was I was born in Nineteen, seventy two, which is important to me as a social identity really. but it's important for me. Because it was, it was halfway I was born kind of right in the middle of a post wave, second wave, feminism, and the Black Power Movement and my parents, both particularly my mother lived at the intersection of both of those movements growing up. She was incredibly active as a woman is. She, she had US marching in in our Shakey's an Afro puffs as as children I'm pretty sure I learned the words to. We shall overcome before I learned the US pledge of allegiance. My choice of professional careers always been trying to to understand interrogate these these. Frameworks power and Privilege Ed. I studied political science. Which I think is a study of power. But have found myself now consistently in these rooms, as one of few one of only, if not the only woman woman of Color, and so I've been this bridge I think kind of connecting. Connecting the dots in a lot of different iterations from a cultural perspective where I've worked with a number of artists and democratic organizations, organizing young people to the current work that we do have perception which is around translating the science of our brains and bodies understand difference in how we connect to each other in those ways.
"shakey" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"The cars and have the body guards but their feet on us for the fans wouldn't realize we're in those vehicles even though they always seem to know it's stressful because you can't do anything you can't cite see you we couldn't even look out one time robin I looked out the window of the hotel we saw the fans on the street they saw us and they ran across the street in front of buses we're always joking like yeah okay that all this is really great you know great people are gone wild all the fantastic but then you know we knew the whole roof we were done we go back in there we were again at Shakey's pizza parlors Bettendorf Iowa or whatever we were doing because we work best this I am just so blown away by their energy and passion you know in looking at the one song that was not written by the band's eighth edition and looking at you know fats domino's version verses the cheap trick version you know he cried when you see it good bye it's actually on my wall in my studio I have the the.
The Medicinal History of Garlic
"Like has been used as medicine like since the dawn of garlic and not just one culture. This sounds like a real oh and very boring book well there. There are lots of histories of garlic social history culture cultural histories medicinal histories because it's interesting sustain in the garlic seem to arise as like a medicinal substance in varying cultures and places geographical regions from different friend medicinal traditions. I guess on its own. I mean maybe there were communications. Were one culture learned it from another or something. I don't know but I as far as I can tell L. There were independently. This idea that garlic was healthy has arisen throughout time. always makes you wonder does that mean. There's there's some legitimacy to it but it doesn't make me wonder that more. We've been doing this show for a few years now and now makes me I had to. I'm somebody who has had the Google Google. The appeal to ancient wisdom felt logical fallacy because I keep forgetting the name of it but that's how how frequently come up on this program so no I do not. I personally feel that way anymore. I still wonder that I think it's good to always keep an open mind and and sometimes yes we continue to do something throughout time and place yes and it never worked and it still doesn't work and then other times there. Maybe there's something there. I'm always telling me that I need to keep an open Sydney. You broken my open mind as you have apps for so many others listeners to this program. I think I don't have an open mind anymore. I have a close one that you occasionally will open the porn colors too and let new ideas in period. Science is all about following the evidence but it's I about asking the question follow the money. No you have to ask the question and you can't ask the question. If your mind is closed okay all right. What's the question. Is Garlic good for you. We'll get them into question. Well I mean that's that's for this episode. They don't think if that's the question yeah life's a lot easier than I gave. It credit fork out forty. Two is the end so the ancient Egyptians Egyptian saw it as a like a standard health kind of supplement if you will it was good for like strength and vitality and it was actually a lot of a lot of different grant writers have said that the the builders of the pyramid so like the laborers in in Egyptian society were given kind of daily rations nations' of garlic to keep them like strong and Ari'el able to build the pyramids. If you look through the papyrus you can find a lot of different remedies. A lot of them are not just garlic. It's a recipe where garlic would be. I guess what we would probably call today. The active ingredient eh one of the active ingredients the reason you're taking this because the garlic is in there and it was it was for a variety of different reasons. There was a recipe for if you're limbs are Shakey. Here's a garlic treatment for you. there was a recipe for a dish that you could use a garlic douche more for AH protecting the vulva. Oh Okay I can protect your Volvo with garlic or you could induce labor possibly awesomely with our like Don't please don't do this by the way don't do. Please don't insert garlic anywhere. Don't usually thing well don't do but what do. Shane is not necessary or it can be harmful but also don't put garlic double. Don't do with garlic anywhere. Yes except in in your mouth. If you want to yeah and in your pasta sauces well yeah and then ostensibly in your mouth next it can also it was also used for constipation for flatulent for indigestion you could apply it topically for hemorrhoids or take it orally there was a poll `test that you could apply with garlic Erlich to your neck for growths of the neck specifically for growth so the neck probably referencing some sort of what we would think of now is like a cancerous growth and you'll find not like a common theme for things before we knew what cancer was for things that were tumors are cancerous growths. we were using garlic for for a very long time I would theory on this about why garlic I have. The're after we've done this long. I I tried to come up with punchy name for it like the appeal. The Angel is the Macho Policy See but I realized that it's already been summed up in a different but it has a different context in that which does not kill you makes you stronger is. I think that in the back in the day like before we understood good like it seems like almost anything that we knew actively didn't kill you could be medicine. Maybe this as medicine and I think garlic like falls into that trap like it has a flavor and it doesn't kill you so it's probably medicine it and it does have a very strong flavor flavor and odor. It's very pungent potent. It does it. It is a flavor sense yeah so I think potent things because you know what's funny is. I'm focusing. Oh Casino garlic but in a lot of these same recipes and like medicinal concoctions you'll find onions mention I in my mind. That's a similar similar idea. It's very potent. You know it seems very potent. Now I am not suggesting the onions have become the medicinal buzz garlic has but but still you can also use a garlic ball and put it over the entrance of a snake hole. If you WANNA keep the snake in in there I mean if you find the right size ball. That would probably work. I don't know how snakes feel about garlic. Please don't give your if you have a snake. Please don't give it garlic. I don't awesome give us. It's fine and you know better than me. I don't know about snakes and garlic either way. Whatever people use it for they found it in King Tut's tomb they found found some garlic and it's it's question though because it was usually used by the laboring class it wouldn't have necessarily been eaten by royalty and so the question was was it King Tut's or was it like somebody left it in their accidentally. Somebody was helping carry stuff in there some garlic in his pocket hippocrates US lots of different foods as Madison Madison. We know that that was he was a mainstay of hippocratic medicine was eat well sleep exercise drinkwater that kind of thing so but he garlic was one of the ones that he used very prominently again strength vitality which I think you could probably tied to the the fact. That garlic is like we we're using potent. Some people call it spicy. I don't know that spicy is the word I'd use but I know I know what people are saying. It is a very strong flavor and odor. It was again used for laborers for athletes. Probably a lot of the early Olympic athletes used garlic as like a performance enhancing drug mm-hmm and then in addition. There are all kinds of different ailments. You could use it for topical applications for again. Things like tumors or growths also pimples there was also a recipe where you mix it with honey and apply it for freckles rally cure those freckles when it was ingested it was often thought to be for things like long illnesses it could be used as a diuretic to make you pee doesn't. I don't really do that but it also could be used to aid digestion but I think is interesting because a lot of people tell me they can't eat garlic because it upsets their stomach interesting so but it but it was thought to a lot prolong illnesses respiratory problems which will get into is probably starting to get into like it. It's calling to the humor system of medicine the balancing of your four humors. I and we start getting into the humor system. Madison we start talking about different foods and beverages as hot or cold sure and different illnesses is hot or cold old and so the treatment of a cold illness would be with a hot food in a hot illness would be cold food fair. It's honestly it's very simple and intuitive you look into except it changes depending on whose writing about it and what year it is. Sydney art but to be honest medicine changes depending on whose writing about it and what year it is. That's that's all of
"shakey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Roundtable round round table without a doubt I'm trying to convince everybody about it everyone knows of my Instagram are you free round table pizza is pretty much my fine and I'm back on the west coast somewhere you'll see a round table pizza show up on my Instagram account you know it's a classic high school football game you know go hang out for we staying out round table pizza some of the day listen really good thin crust good she's a little little pricey right a little bit pricey about perfectly price is perfectly price there it is you get a rep the west my god my god Marc spears you know mark group and I we grew up in San Jose he was at a rival high school so he knows all about it we pretty much share the same round table an area so he wanted to get they give you a hard time and and documents of the lot that's a blast you know I think like in my area Shakey's was a big thing back in that era how bout Shakey's how would that compare I don't think it will compare but I'm right nothing does though nothing does it last not back in April you were named to the USA basketball coaching staff and you join Steve Kerr J. right this is this is a great Popovich every time I talk to a head coach who's been a party with a basketball they rave about what an honor it is what a great learning experience it is to how much you looking forward to it it's a it's a tremendous honor and a lot of ways a sickness Avenue idea how I got selected for this thing you know pops got five rings the they've got two national championships the forget three right three championships and I'm sitting there soon and and on the fourth on the staff you know how do I contribute but we got our first coaches meeting we all flew out to San Antonio and and pop you know really took command of of where we are what we want to do and just instantly the bug the excitement of the honor that I have to represent our country country but but being on that stage with those coaches I think this is by the greatest experience all have as a coach and I'm really looking forward to it he let a high tech coach Lloyd peers my guess for this is why few moments back I start the interview by saying I'm trying to get this done for quite some time I'm glad we finally came together really nice to have you on the show but does great conversation would appreciate you thanks so much many many years ago you did the Jim Rome show and you had to guess the Lante west on your show I was coaching in Cleveland at the time it was probably one of the funniest segments of ever seeing where you just follow them around with the Mike I don't know if you remember that can I tell you not only do I remember that that was called the correspondent piece which I did VS P. and and we did dozens and dozens that was far and away the best at whatever and saw metal that agree with at the time when all that was going on I was probably one of the funniest to Dave ever did was he what was he like to be around as he like that every single day what was like to cook he is one of the most gifted artistic guys somebody could sit at a piano and just for playing music and then forget the song five minutes later you know just a unique gift and skill he was he was comedic he was he was hilarious he was one of the toughest in heart of competitors that you'll have and a lot of people don't know that about him you know any drill any any sprint he has every record annoyed at the sprint record in Boston probably have all of the Cleveland but he definitely was like that every day so me ask you does this list in this really quickly does this sound familiar to you is one of the main cold.
Alonso hits 1st career HR to help Mets beat Marlins 7-3
"In the Marlins Pete Alonzo was becoming a hero in New York. Well, he went really deep. Second rider to the bell is first pitch Alonso crushes one of the air deep to right center. This is career. Four to three Homer at a right center field a personal milestone at a huge one for the New York bits as they've got it front of the Marlins. Now is how he rose WCBS. Josh did you see replay that home? I mean that looked like hit like a two iron with we crush that. Very you BUSTER. Yes. A two iron. I was actually going to go with a three wood. But no probably a little bit more accurate. Who bet he he he when he hits the ball. He kills it. I think I I read that it was the longest home run by any anybody in that ballpark. Since John Carlos Stanton was with the team Mets win that game. Seven three. Don Mattingly Marlins manager was very unhappy about some calls in this game. I guess I'm not supposed to complain about calls or whatever. But the league look at it because it was shaky tonight. I understand the whole Marlins aren't supposed to be good this year. And I guess it's okay to pile on. But the they got a it's got to be better than that. Shakey tonight.
"shakey" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Guy had Shakey's, and I didn't make it. All right. We're we're here that what's what's giving you the worst. Shakey's v. Really, look the guy aided Shakey's, right? The Mojo Joe potatoes. I mean, I know the Shakey's there on laurel canyon comes with a fifteen percent off Saint John's ER certificate. You're going to get a discount over at Saint John's now, but I've ever been to Shakey's lately, they're pretty good. It's been a long time. They're pretty good. My my uncles used to play the banjo not bragging, but my uncles call the Dalton gang. They used to play banjo piano and guitar at a Shakey's. Well, when I was a kid seven or eight that was hot. But now, I look back. I don't know if that's the highest then music gig. And they brought a bunch of food here. One time. It was way back. I love running that board Shakey's in here. More often man, I love Shakey's, and they're both Boho potatoes. Their pizzas thin crust. Really good. I enjoy it. Tough to get them in here after the. But hey, it's not it won't be on the podcast. So if they're not listening live, actually, we'll be on the podcast because that might be one of the best segments you've ever done. And if we still had to do web fills that would have been. Webb phil. That's a great web. We're live on KFI. Ben Cal State university's chancellor says tuition will not go up for the next school year. He says tuition can stay the same because of governor newsome's visionary budget activists and delivery workers have rallied in support of electronic bikes and scooters New York City lawmakers there are considering whether to legalize the transportation workers they would make their jobs easier. Whether in the one on one next. University of Maryland university. College was made to bring a respected state university education to working adults at home and abroad seventy years ago, we sent professors overseas to educate service members and their families are military installations and.
"shakey" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Ables check it out so going backwards to Saturday. We don't really have to talk about the colts texting game the colts. It's funny. You pick the Texans which I was like flabbergasted about because the since basically October you and I both love the colts. And didn't understand the Texans thing at all. And this seemed like the the greatest time ever for us to jump on one. And then yeah, I don't know. What what were you trying to out think it? What was I trying out think it a little bit? It's funny. I went back at an NBA realize I made a bet earlier in the week pretty substantial bet and I got killed both ways ad colts over twenty three and a half total points team points that Twenty-one with six minutes left in second quarter. Oh, what they did not go over. That's a bad beat. You can't imagine that there's a bad beaten twenty one seven game at the ravens didn't I'm sorry that the Texans in show up for but that was a bad beat. But we don't need to talk about. I guess too much. They just came out there. And and beat the crap out of them. We, you know, the thing is they can black, you know. And and I would I would put their offensive line at the very tip top and it became clear within about six minutes of that game that that Texans just weren't gonna be able to get to luck unless they started sending crazy blitzes and do all that shit. The were just better. We'll talk about their chances. But again, we lost Shakey's, by the way. Yeah. When the Shakey's pizza buffet tragically ended two so we had to rumor pizzas. But these intern out who knows if those people ever get together again after the controversial trade that blew up our league lots of controversy. Hinch apologize. But then went back on his way backtracked. A little bit wasn't pretty. Yeah. Beila? There was some people some fans of ours. That were actually there was bring about us. And thank you for not bothering us. So I I go the other way if if we come on over say, Hello. Oh, yeah. Come on say hi to build not not sit come say. Hi. All right. So the other game your team your team? It's just one thing about Houston four we say farewell to them when they were down seven nothing and they had four th and two at their thirty eight. Yeah. It was like go for it fits fourteen nothing. If you punt in its fourteen nothing this game is over. Yeah. And and sure enough it was the only thing I was right about in that game. But let lot lot of conservative play calling by the coaches, I think just fall apart in January will your team Saturday night. The blood diamond rematch. Do.
"shakey" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"So with the Shakey's in nineteen fifty four. It was the first pizza chain in the United States. Yeah. California chain Pizza Hut. Was founded in Kansas of all places. Yeah. For fifty eight pretty cool. And the reason apparently as legend has it that they're named Pizza Hut is because the place the building kind of looks like a hut. And there was only room for nine spaces on the sign Pizza Hut. That makes sense. Yeah. Shaky. Have you ever been to Shakey's? No. As a matter of fact. No, the only time I've ever seen Shakey's was in the movie license to drive with the two coreys. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They're all over LA, and you know, sort of Pizza Hut and feel like a family joint pitchers of beer. Not. So great pizza. Yeah. But apparently Sherwood shakey Johnson got that name because of some like affliction he had that made him shaved. No goodness. But I guess he embraced it. Well, yeah, named this is very popular chain after it and they're still around. Oh, yeah. I'm surprised. It hasn't spread by now. Nineteen fifty four. There's pizza Hut's everywhere. Yeah. I mean, I think they have outside of California. Although I'm not positive. I didn't get to look that up. But I know they don't have them over here down south over here. Then the southeastern bible belt. All right, though. Yes. So that's a piece of history. Yeah. We should probably get to the basics. Yes. And there's nothing more basic than though. No. And the there's an art to this. There's three ingredients that are demanded flower water in east everything else is just icing on the cake yet. But you probably are going to throw a little salt in little sugar little shortening to make it do the things you want it to do perform like you wanted to perform. Yeah. And you can go to mellow mushroom pizza and get a gluten free pizza. I myself not had one because I don't have Celia, right? And I'm not about to just know. Yeah. But if you if you are into if you are gluten free, you are SOL in a lot of ways has the.
"shakey" Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"Yeah. Wow. He's societal norms and has nothing to do of color or raise what else is in your bio. Wait. Can we see on your profiles? I'd have to get up and move. Yes. Okay. You got to sell your best found out. We're gonna show you grinder profile. Okay. So we see a picture of a race, holding a phone and a champagne glass? Yes, very accurate to my real life. By the way, this will not be a cheap date, six foot, trans woman. She hers you've no profile though, like nothing because each ask me questions because when you start the thing is I don't like a lot of what you're looking for the it's a preference as a preference. I don't have a preference. You need to be respectful and need to be attracted to you and you need to come correct because I could write whatever I wanted my bio and you could still approach me like, hey, you look into buck and it's like, oh, Jesus. While I was thinking of you write things bio people have conversation starters for you. If you say like, oh, I'm obsessed with this podcast. LGBTQ nay, then the guy's like, oh my God, I love podcasts. I can ask hear that too. So single. Interesting. So what was like the last great date. He went on last great date. Last great date. Last great date as the one guy took me to know borough and he was he is at the from saatchi-and-saatchi is in advertising. Super cute. Super nice guy. So you like a nicer restaurant? Yeah, never. I think that's what I'm selling my photo. Right. Like it looks like I'm gonna cost ya. Like it's like, I don't think I can take Shakey's. I'm not going to shake us. I wonder if there are so many safety concerns. We talked about being trans, and there's a lot of violence, trans women, and there's legislation, trans, transpeople, and those are all such serious things. I think it's good that we have people in media like you her like, listen, being trans, fun, and I can still make jokes and laugh. Yeah, we need that dichotomy. I don't go home and take off my makeup all crying. This is a lie? No, I'm mad because I didn't go somewhere else and get someone else to look at me. Okay. But I'm not crying. You just take off your makeup like everybody else you like as soon as I walk in the house, I sorta got just disrobe and like I usually don't take my makeup off until the last minute because someone might call is usually my friend, Robert prince, charming. If you namedrop namedrop. Robert will call me like, hey, gro dinner, and I'm like, oh, perfect. My face has already beat will be right there. And I can just change outfits fresh up a little bit, but we're like regular fucking people. And yeah, like I am in the media really spouting that because it's so fucking serious. I'm like, Jesus. Did he'd let her die for nothing? Why does there is I'm serious, everyone's so caught up on these labels and titles and sister, transgender, this and that. And I think, yes, they're necessary to identify stuff, identify understand what it is, but it doesn't have to be the only fucking conversation. I'm so sick of talking about it like I wanna talk about like my dreams, my aspirations where I get these great close at a bargain. I'd love to talk about shit like that. I don't wanna talk about trans stuff all the time. Really boring. And you've been doing stamp comedy like fun. Funny..
"shakey" Discussed on Free Cookies
"So for me, I'm providing information like it makes me what makes me uncomfortable like things that make me uncomfortable is a picture. Like I've a million picture myself in a bathing suit on vacation. I'll post when every once in a while, but what I'm not looking for you to do is to tell me how good I look. That's not the purpose of that, like that's never my goal. And I think it's pretty evident by how when you look through my page, that's, but like that bugs me like, I don't need you to tell me, I look great. Like I'm just this like a happy moment or occasion where bathing suits and I want to be allowed to post. I don't wanna post every once in a while, you know, book with their own projections in their own stories. When they see someone that looks away that they want to look or they don't understand their judgments starts of flood out and flood out. Right? Yeah, I think I think the spring in terms of love. Gross weight. That's gonna be my cool down. Yeah. So I don't like in terms of what I don't like. You know what? I don't love that. You know when when you're forty three years old is I am. I still train like. Twenty five, which I love. But your body sometimes told you that that's not sure. Gives you those reminders. I think that's the thing that may be bums me out. The most is like, wow, you know, as much as you human condition to human condition, the human condition of like working out his amazing for you, but can also like, you know, you get those we. Yeah. That's what it is. So now the question very, very, very, hang out here all day. What time is it? No. Well, it's time for an outbreak. Curious going to get out the band. Everybody drop. I think we'd already trained for an hour and a half the other day, and I was trying to catch a flight like actually had to get on a plane and cures like, wait, we didn't get to do your core and then we and then we were right turns out it was delayed after we'd showered and dressed and we can hop into these cycling studio and do ten more Avs. And I was like, we're walking up the store. Yes, she was like, I really, really thought about whether we should even tell you play was delayed studios. You don't have to be showered it just do Avs. It's just he's good. I'm like. Sweaters. I gotta go. I have a lot of stuffed animals. I need. Back to the important question and you said something about, you know, the classic Oreo cookie. When you first walked off air that concerned me and you don't have to talk about that, but what is your favorite cookie? My favorite. I know. I know it's a culture. What's right there? The juice press. No. Oh, going off the cookie loose. Hey. All right. Okay. Do add Andrew Shakey's. Okay. Standard cookie. I'm going to take it back to capital region have little district. No, because one of those corn fritter kudos toast those fry offers chocolate chip cookie. Those are good. You remember they were yelling at the box seat through Todd, they're the best Olympics your for your best chocolate chip cookies. I don't understand our lists. All you upstate? No. Cookie, naming a Baker, something about it, like it's the each one was like this big. Yeah, like seventy. You could eat seventy of them. Here's my. I'm all about portion control from Thomas little. Everything in moderation. Oh, cookies. Perfect. Still I need. Yeah. No, that would be my favorite cookie. Those are good..
"shakey" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Let him drive so you're angry to drive he waited in that like shitty arcade area so for for an hour and forty six minutes at least when i just sat there eating her perfect pop courses that he'll come in here if he wants this marriage to get back together i just imagine him storming up and down inside the little hallway with like red pattern carpet young lake shakey's pizza lights on the side of the fast tamp that man gone down no god no telling which which movie she's in god knows if she said she's going there she probably going somewhere else you crossed she's not going to the incredible offer goddamn screen hover she'll tell you she's going to see this then she goes see that once it was done she found her husband and would not let him drive she told police he drives too fast when he is angry that okay and you know that upset him to again this is the same thing to me seventeen years married in my if my wife says to me this phrase will do you get the email that's enough to send me you'll break a bottle like it's go time i get the emails he sounds like it contrary and then he's like rock along for move on but then he he keeps saying her let me drive she says no you're angry you're angry he she has all the power and by the way porn movie ticket karki says your angry she's right at why he's angry yes makes him angrier i hope she smeared salty butter on the handlebars yeah.
"shakey" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"With hardly any money we lived on our creepy little converted motel done on motor avenue and in palm's homes yeah that's where people would live with it when they wanted to live like that yeah exactly it was literally converted motel so we had it was one room with a bathroom no kitchen no anything so tom was four years older than me and you know i was kinda they used to pick on me one of the kid so he he he took the bed i slept on the floor but that's where we started writing screenplays and i got a job working for shakey's pizza parlor oh my god shaky yeah i mean that was it wasn't terrible pizza but he had the whole birthday thing and oh yeah and the and the the bunch of launch oh yeah with a bunch of a bunch of lines you know you get you get all you can eat man so that was the job he working to shake nowhere in the hack ronin she bow tie the whole thing yeah yeah making pieces near piano and shakey's when they're piano in there that well they used to have a guy are shakey's didn't but it would have a guide dressed up in the old thing with the bowtie straw hat deploying a banjo okay and doing that kind of no are shook houston have that you know they had like a centipede game or something that was it some kid in the corner right exactly so that was the gig so you're us we've been on the four writing screenplays with that person working at shakey's yeah and then how long does that go on for it to work so he's like a year year and a half and then i got some other kind of job somewhere and then the guys in the band called me up and said hey we're you know we're moving to houston you know you wanna come back down here and places more music and i was having i had a bad breakup of this girl and tom actually came in pick me up because i the.
"shakey" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"He like he actually declared that they are going to be strictly enforced see this policy of removing children from their parents and i love this sort of idea this is his rhetoric right to make it just sound rational like hey illegal immigrants if you're going to enter the country legally and you're gonna bring your kids you know it's not our fault right don't bring your kids yeah it's not a bar it's like thinking like there's a wet t shirt contest on the other side an interesting like john kelly he said the policy is meant to be a deterrent and he also said that kids would be taken to foster care or whatever or whatever maybe a fall pit q and then just that's it what happens at the end of the mate did you guys have on the east coast was shakey's i'm on i grew up on the west side whatever i don't know what shakey's i don't even know if we had worthless seeing where you throw kids with pizza in like those ball in those ball pits and foam houses and stuff okay nobody knows but it's sort of like a chucky cheese cheese yeah yeah yeah i think there was thinking california that was like whatever the nation listeners please weigh in on this important issue what is this thing in california with pizza and kids and balls okay i'll put my point is one thing that i feel like is.
all songs considered - shakey graves
"shakey" Discussed on World Cafe
"Dining alone live on the world cafe that shakey graves the new album is can't wake up we're talking to hundred rose garcia aka shakey graves did you had a scavenger hunt to promote this album this sounds like the most fun thing you could do if you're planning a release you hit thirteen tape recorders around austin and each box there were tickets to the listening party and it was a wild goose chase shared hints on your instagram what was the motivation for wanting to do that man i've been wanting to do this for really long time actually i have secret plans for the future that i can't really talk about radio okay that would spoil the whole whole surprise but i've wanted to i've wanted to hide stuff in in physical locations to try and bridge that gap between you know the i guess honestly just like the internet and audio and the real world sort of pre polka mongo pokemon go situation i like i i was trying to conceive of a way that would urge people to go outside for a little bit or to acquire something physical and rare that would also translate to music like to find to to sensually find a song outside somewhere where to do a task and be rewarded with the song and and that was the this was kind of brainchild of that so i each i hit these boxes around some of them i physically hid places and some of them you you had to like accomplish something i'd give it to you i looked at you that you are personally involved with this whether it be packing the boxer being at the end of the quest you know because so many people do the a are you know the alternate reality games but it's a marketing agency doing it on behalf of a band or something.
"shakey" Discussed on World Cafe
"Support for npr music and the following message come from the laga nita's brewing company helping bands reach more ears through beers by fueling the tiny desk contest here more at laga nita's dot com you're listening to the world cafe hi i'm kalaheo in twenty eleven alejandro rose garcia burst onto the scene armed with guitar and suitcase kick drum and released his first album as shakey graves now seven years later he's about to release his new studio album entitled can't wake up it's a record that explores themes of death and dying sleep and sleeplessness and it has the most interesting sonic landscape to match the lyrical content graves worked on these songs all over the country to avoid the traditional studio environment and sometimes that meant recording it kevin costner's house yeah seriously he wasn't alone on this path though in addition to his regular band his friend and nashville alt country musician railing baxter helped to write some of the songs even if his appearance wasn't always planned we'll talk about the process of recording can't wake up and much more after we get into a live performance of the new song long counting sheep deal cheats spirits seve jeans sweet dish see full big because good say.
"shakey" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse
"All i'm saying the shakey's happening i'm gonna make my own school yeah i'm gonna home school my kids no i'm saying like i'm going to start a business where i'm gonna have my own school which i fucking do whatever the fuck you on and people get picked on where people get paid like if picked on what would be the day if you pick on the kid every day fuck rush to be like you have to be able to learn that she dismiss do society will put up a fuck in christmas tree minora i don't give a faucet i hate him i little sister cannot wear christmas t shirt in home from school for wearing a t shirt of had on you guys want to go good business people from all over the country to go to that school you don't have any red next bit you're going to go the fuck and you gonna go to td university get your your real map but that push it new math are real fucking the new match she'll brag is so angry i we saw i forget what we were watching but he was home out about it because it makes no sense i think good at math at all math is my worst subject you now say numbers to me and i just fucking freeze and i drop out and have a stroke see knew about the sense it's insane junior head no you can't do anything it's like why would you teach something and teach it a completely different way at the exact same time like that's too much it's too much for your little fucking p brain to figure out just do it i mean they don't even kids like dress out for being more.
"shakey" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"The olive garden now you're bottomless so that's jimmy stewart it's both is it truly bottomless our is there in fact a fucking that was that was a good like late nineties cage yeah okay give me a restaurant shakey's pizza hey man i'd like a shakey's pizza and if you could get it out here toot sweet that'd be great because i'm real fucking hungry i would've liked more screaming onto some sausage and a pepperoni you think you can do that oh that's our show jody rosa comedy on instagram sometimes twitter the penthouse column is you let me down look out for that and hopefully hopefully i will have some interesting news coming soon that is tv related that's all i can say yes on twitter and instagram at the patrick walsh show living biblically is on monday nights on cbs at nine thirty eight thirty central folks we will see you next week with a picture cold an eye elation starring natalie portman so see it if you haven't and we'll see next time we'll see you and how that was podcast.
"shakey" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Well you for boosters deputy a kamikaze people are the kamikaze likely scott red is he's a good duck goose and that's the only thing anchored looks like a fucking stu is we are here all right all right i won't be late i'm sorry read them let me what do they do once they get the shoe all these birds and then what do they do with them leaving dhaka where the ms go for her diet docket triple eight noon you never heard duct before i haven't eaten meat in fifteen years you don't even know they're not not not like daniel like i said they're they're they're the wearing them as heads when it a but it's a goosen's isn't that the raccoon at issue goes from this guy to you kun felon is that oh let's see here as we have something every week about dumb as criminals maher i love them as criminals and they have won i like the ones where it almost plays out like episode scooby doo at the end of scoobydoo when they amassed some bad and they're like oh look is oh man also we had an situation a situation similar to that we're gonna try to attempt to rob a pizza joint and i don't know where this is where they wherever this is the last two people around around commit crimes good evening workers here at northeast paints are back on the job tonight with a harrowing story to tell about this attempted robbery and video to prove it surveillance video shows a mass man walk into the pizza shop through a bag over the counter than climb over himself leaving what looks like a handgun pretty insane 'hostile shakey's shocked about the rubber forces one of the workers to help him open the register and it first the others are stunned including clever costs costlier i was just frozen my track so didn't have the time to think about a plan or anything like that so i just reacted haslett grabs the robber from behind in pulls him back the rubber tries to jump tackle.
"shakey" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"They can do that that was never a lot of work to do would you do that just bring in too good to the time for a quarterbacks you can't be a shower just draft natural off its one yet can fickle adam kaiser i just i'm not totally like eighteen years old perimeter they should just trade for landry that guy beats the hell out later this year is gonna be there quarterback killed backup rally in johnston that's our guy let's do round one because we also have to talk about we're talk about super bowl matchup bets and stuff like that is so it's dura mater first game what's the shaky special this yourself shaky special we we gather for the get the the banquet our fantasy league at shakey's this sunday saturday my hair well tennessee at kansas city there's a lot of a lot of controversy surrounding your your statements whether they be legit or not controversy what sense well should you be allowed to do this just take yourself out of the running denying damage check the joy of operate mirror american academic bioterrorism authors will approve of your in america i though you how was born in the day you're born in kenya but okay but i don't know damage six says you should set for three years for doing something like this i would like i care with dahamshe says he's nine and seven woods are stupid to see title kill us laura.