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Myths about Sulfites and Wine Busted
"Drinking red wine gives you a headache. You've probably had someone tell you. That sulfites are the likely culprit. And perhaps you've been advised to stick to white wine or organic wines or wines made in europe on the grounds that these are going to be lower in sulphites today. We're going to clear up some of the most common myths and misunderstandings about wine sulphites and headaches. I just a little background. Sofer dioxide is a chemical compound made up of sulfur and when it occurs naturally in some foods but it can also be produced a laboratory sulfite is used to preserve foods and beverages which it does by acting as an antioxidant and anti microbial antibacterial agent. They're commonly used to preserve the color and the texture of dried fruits. South has also been used in winemaking for thousands of years. Ever since the ancient romans discovered that it would keep their wine from turning into vinegar to this day winemakers use sulfur dioxide or sulphites to preserve the flavor and the freshness of wine. Now sulphites don't cause problems for the vast majority of people but about one in every hundred people is sensitive or allergic to them and if you have asthma your chances of self sensitivity are quite a bit higher about one in ten. The most common reaction to sulfites is something similar to an asthma attack. Well actually the most common reaction to sell his no reaction at all but for those who are sensitive to them. Consuming sulphites can cause breathing difficulties and less commonly hives or other allergy type symptoms. These reactions can range from so mild you might not even notice them to quite severe however headaches are not one of the symptoms associated with sulfide sensitivity. Now people who are sensitive to sulfites are well advised to steer clear of wine because it does contain sulfites but there are a ton of misunderstandings and myths about sulfites in wine. So let's see if we can clear some of these up myth number one. Is that organic or biodynamic wines are sulfite free. Almost all vintners add sulfites to wine to control. Bacteria grow in the us winds that are certified. Organic must not contain any added sulfites however sulphites are produced naturally during the fermentation process as a by product of yeast metabolism. In fact all wines contain sulfites. There's really no such thing as sulfite free wine. But the amount of sulphites can vary significantly by law winds that contain more than ten parts per million sulfite must be labeled with the words contains sulfites and there are also upper limits to how much sulfide wine can contain but the regulations vary by region in the european union. Wine can contain up to two hundred and ten parts per million sulfites in the us. The upper limit is three hundred and fifty parts per million even though no sulfites are added to organic wine. Organic wine can still contain between ten and forty parts per million sulphites. You may also see winds labeled as being made from organic grapes which is not the same thing as organic wine wine. Made from organic. Grapes may contain up to a hundred parts per million sulphites. And here's a quick tip for you if you do get a hold of some wine that is made without added sulfites. I don't suggest keeping it in the cellar for very long. Why made without sulphites especially white wine is much more prone to oxidation and spoilage and that leads us to myth number two. Which is that. Red wine is higher in sulphites from white wine. Ironically the opposite is likely to be true wines. Tend to be higher in tannin's than white wines tannin's are polyphenols that are found in the skins seeds. And the stems of the grapes and they also act as antioxidants preservatives. So less sulfite is needed when they are incorporated into the wine. In fact while those european regulations allow up to two hundred and ten parts per million sulfites in white wine the limit for red wine is only one hundred sixty parts per million other factors that affect. How much fight is needed are the residual sugar in the wine and the acidity of the wine so drier wines with more acid will tend to be lower in sulphites sweet wines and dessert wines on the other hand tend to be quite high in sulphites. So let's now tackle myth number three. Which is that sulfites in wine. Cause headaches the so called red wine headache is definitely a real thing. But it's probably not due to sulfites for one thing. White wine is higher and sulfites than red wine but less likely to cause a headache while something in red wine does seem to cause headaches and certain people it's probably not the sulphites because if it were white wine would be just as bad or worse and that suggests that it's probably something else in red wine. That's responsible for that. Notorious red wine headache and other likely candidates include history. Means tire mean tannin's not to mention the alcohol itself and in the transcript of today's show which is at quick and dirty tips dot com. I've got links to some episodes that have done in the past on histamine intolerance as well as foods and food components that can contribute to headaches and our final myth number four is that european winds are lower in sulfites than us produced wines wines sold in the us and australia carry warnings about sulphites and up until recently winds it sold in europe did not and that led many consumers to conclude that european winds are made without sulphites in fact european winds on average have the same sulfite levels as american wine. This was just a difference. In the labeling regulations in both europe and america the average glass of wine contains about ten milligrams of sulphites. That's about the same as in a handful of dried apricots. And here's an interesting piece of trivia your own cells produce about one hundred times that much just in the course of their normal metabolic activities even if you have a sulfite sensitivity however the sulphites produced in your own cells will not trigger a but if you are to sulfites. You're also gonna wanna steer clear of candy prepared soups frozen juices. Processed meats potato chips french fries and dried fruit all of which contain a much higher concentration of sulphites than wine and of. You're very very sensitive. You might also need to avoid foods like shrimp maple syrup and mushrooms which have only moderate amounts of sulphites new regulations have made it a little bit easier to avoid sulfites in foods. For example restaurants used to treat the raw vegetables in salad bars with sulfites to keep them looking fresh. And there'd be nothing to warn sulfite sensitive diners and you know servers. If asked were not always reliable sources of information but now restaurants and grocery stores can no longer add sulfites to fresh foods packaged foods that contain sulfites above a certain low threshold must include that information on the label. However if you don't have sensitivity there doesn't seem to be much reason to worry about sulfites in foods or wines. According to the fda sulphites are not. Teratogenic mutagenic or carcinogenic. And that means they don't cause cancer or birth defects if you're not allergic or sensitive to them. They're unlikely to do you any harm. So you like your dried apricots soft and orange instead of stiffen brown. You can go for it and if you get a headache after drinking red wine don't go blaming those sulphites
Its time to talk about voting technology. No, not that kind of voting.
"The pandemic has forced lawmakers around the world to get creative about passing legislation but in the us members of congress still have to show up to vote in person or have another member cast a proxy vote on their behalf but a report out last week by the house administration committee says congress could conduct remote voting if it wanted to securely and with existing technology beth. Simone novak studies the impact of technology on governing as a professor at new york. University's tannin school of engineering. She says remote voting is already happening in other countries and in several. Us states via apple or roll. Call by phone. You know when we have our voices or our faces that's the best form of authentication of who we are. It's no different in many ways as we've seen from all of us working online that we can simply of express our opinion out loud this on zoom the same way we do in real space. It's really not the technology so much. That's the issue at the technology exists for members of congress to securely vote remotely during the ongoing coronavirus epidemic and we've already seen lots of uses of zoom and other of videoconferencing technologies to allow for example committees to me and the business of lawmaking. Go on around the world to if the house administration committee says it safe and already available. Why the pushback. So we've seen over the course of the pandemic. there were a lot of people from both sides of the political aisle who were worried about turning congress into a museum but people felt that really. This went against tradition. This went against the way the people were used to doing things. Don't forget that from legislators used to doing business in the hallways and face to face doing zoom meeting or doing a webex or getting online to have a meeting that was completely new and in fact training was needed to get people used to the idea of having a committee meeting online then part of it. Frankly is party politics and just objecting for the sake of objecting. One of the advantages of virtual committee meetings that you've had more openness. It's been more accessible to people who may not be able to fly to washington to testify for example do you see voting also potentially increasing If you don't have to be there in person. So we've seen examples from around the world of legislatures who have seen their attendance rates and participation rates. Go way up not needing to miss a vote. Because they're in their home district or need to be a need to be somewhere else. So i think we definitely have seen instances of greater rates of participation. We've also seen the ability for for example committees to bring in witnesses from all over the world. Something very difficult today to do today during covid but even pre covid would have a hearing with a few witnesses who would usually come a potentially from where it's convenient near in the beltway area or the usual suspects. We have the ability to have much more diverse participation and more participation in hearings and. I think what's really exciting. Is those legislatures that are turning to technology not simply to do what they do offline but do it online it's those who are really using technology to innovate in new ways to do what i like to call crowd law in other words to use technology to engage the public in the legislative process. So we're seeing lots of examples of this kind of crowd law innovation taking advantage of new technology to hear from more people more diverse people and to engage ordinary people in a process. That's typically been done of really far away from them and often to much behind closed doors but lawmakers could have problems connecting to the internet right. I mean we've seen some government officials lose their connections during committee meetings. Is the infrastructure ready for this. We have to take some baby steps to ensure that we have backup plans in place right. That's why in brazil they have a system that both works with an app and with the telephone. So there's a backup plan. I've been a witness in a congressional hearing and the person who testified with me had to do so frankly from her car because it was the only place that she could get reliable connectivity we have the tools and techniques and the processes in place that can allow us to develop procedures that will work including with backup plans so that people can for example is they're doing in other countries vote maybe not during the hearing but afterwards so they have a window of time in which they can actually register their participation if they can't get online then well and a reminder of the stakes here which is you know if you have people talking in the halls and having having backroom meetings that's potentially spreading covid. Do you think there will be more pressure on the house to adopt to take this step. In the coming months i think with especially with a change in administration and a posture. That will be really much more proactive. In terms of things like mask mandates social distancing requirements and public health and safety measures. I think we're also going to see some a changing culture and when you keep in mind the fact that the average age of a senator is sixty three. The average age of a member of the house is fifty eight and again. The cove is rising all over the united states. I think we're going to see both the necessity of really instituting procedures that help keep people safe but also really a change in culture in really trying to demonstrate for the american people the right ways to work safely and to act safely and that's going to create pressure. I hope for greater uses of these technologies. Frankly it's not cova today. It could be a natural disaster tomorrow. We have to be prepared to continue operations of government even the event of a disaster. We don't wanna be without the ability to legislate to provide the american people with services that they need to provide them with their stimulus checks and importantly to conduct oversight over the executive branch Especially in a crisis you know. We have the world's arguably most powerful national legislature and it deserves to have a modern and safe digital infrastructure. Beth novak directs the governance lab at. Nyu's hand school of engineering
Trader Joes Platinum Reserve Pinot Noir 2019 Revew
"And the stem from cheap wine bar, again. And again, I was always another one. And shouldn't drop your flute. And this one is a Trader Joe's Platinum a reserve Pinot Noir from Santa Rita Hills 2019 Lot 19 sales and Trader Joe's simply pushing the Platinum Reserve wines lately and it's kind of like it off. Our fearless Flyers says that they are equal to wines at twice the price and Beyond and the price range for these things have been fourteen ninety-nine. I think in the past they've been up and down but because I had Okawville Napa Cabernet Sauvignon, that was really nice and the house speaks Hillsong. So your game in its your seem to be getting a wine that you don't normally find for 1499. In a wine shop or in a civil Market 1499 for one isn't you know anything unusual but a Trader Joe's were you know, that's you know, everything is 999 or less for the most part. Yeah. And they do such a good you know, you get a Russian River Pinot Noir or Chardonnay for ten bucks, you know making you jump up another five bucks wage, you know, they have to give you incentive. Something that you probably can't get elsewhere and that's what this kind of is. It's a little Santa Rita Hills is in Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara is hundred miles north of Los Angeles. It's in you know, it's you can be under degrees in Los Angeles in the summer time. But the part where the The Vineyards are jets out. I could strangle kind of into the ocean. So there is water to the north of South in the west. So the cool breezes make this area from for the most part off in many cases cooler than Northern California all the grooming regions up there. And this is Santa Rita Hills. The hills are black the cold air. So it keeps it's a great place and plus the the soil is just so fascinated estimated shock, which is kind of like what you get in Champagne region. So, it's Catholic it's correct. At the school European stuff so oil it's got this cold long cool growing region. It's a great place to be in the wire and off a senator. I don't know if you you're up on all the trendy wines which see smoke which is like, you know, you gotta get a list against you smoke that's from Santa Rita Hills, you know, it's not that big a reason the page where that came from where within a couple of Miles rather grateful. This one came from, you know, the a custom line producer made it for Trader Joe's it's not like this is probably off its, you know, it's a really expensive wine that was left over. They got it. Someone bought grapes and made this wind but it's from a really good pinot noir growing region, but it's 4 a.m. To or alcohol which is a little stiff for Pinot Noir. So we're going to have more body. If you're in the class of Pinot Noir, you know, you might not be all that crazy about it. But if you're don't mind a glass of yummy every so often in this might be your boss know. It's not that much that there has been no hassle Petite Sirah added to it a couple other things but not that there's anything wrong with that. This one's got somebody to it. It's got a little bit of dead. It's a little heavier in the pallet put still continue are not class have been an alarm but it still tastes great. I don't think it slipped because I'm talking about I got glasses. I had I've got no self-control. It feels good on your palate. It's got its got the flavors. It's got some like little sharper image biases and Scott Scott Tana. The channels are sweet, but they're they're yeah, I'm really inexpensive wine nowadays tannins are kind of missing in action. They take them out you know it off. Easier to Angel I'm at this is 2019. If you got you don't deal with the channel until they reduce them as much as they can but here they're there but they don't buy it or they don't do anything other than just let you know. They're they're home. It's kind of nice to see you know, yeah, it's five bucks more than their typical lies. And yeah, it's not classic. You know, it's a little heavier. It's a little more a little little little more vulgar on your pal, but it's not over the top taste great interesting mean. How often do you get a Santa Rita Hills Pinot Noir 2019 little young. There are some $50 119 is out there, but they usually a little bit older. So what happened to get on Santa Rita Hills Pinot Noir for 1499 that's interesting. And this one's got interested got personality the classic no taste good. Yeah off. And so there we are.
Amancaya Reserve Red Blend 2017 Review
"And did it from cheap wine platter. Tom again with another line review that we just rode up. I need cheap wine fighter website, Unless one is kind of interesting. It's called the mayor Reserve read a 72% Malbec 28% off on from Mendoza in Argentina. And this one's party trick is that the name of the winery is a Bluegrass took it off and it is a joint effort between the main veterans de Rothschild left feet from where don't and Nicholas cantina song Argentina and both of these folks have been in the wine business since the eighteen hundreds. So it's two prestigious families run France won our genome. Let me together to make it a a wine here and this is their upscale affordable. You're going to find this between maybe we're about $18 a couple of bucks either way. And it's a really solidly made wine and there's an interesting story. I'm going to kind of slip in here about the combination of bald back there something wrong. Then the 18000s Bombeck was a one of the main grapes Bordeaux along with nowadays. It's Jose Murillo and Cabernet Franc and proceed Ford. Oh and I forgot what the other ones are. They're just little blending grapes, but flokstra, which a little pests and diseases vintage after vintage off just to make crafts this Whenever Wherever they'd lose whole vintagers, but they actually went to yaohan Spain just too which didn't have the problems just to secure wines down there and not improve their cuz back then a little more rustic but all the real has now one of the leading wine regions in the world, but back then France went down there to get wind down. Dump for all the stuff they were losing and it got to the point where the moderate group had so many bad Visions year after year that they quit growing up. So it's kind of like a lost group of Bordeaux and turns out if the DNA tests that you know, cuz they thought well, it's gone for good. There is still Malbec and France cahors areas in the south of France still a huge buyback region. It turns out that sometimes somewhere someone sent all that great Direction chain has been rioting in there. So Cabernet Sauvignon and mulberry and this is basically the grandkids of the Bordeaux Malbec were always meant to go together. So this is actually a really, really really kind of cool line. It's it's a you know, it's something that should have been a long time ago and as a couple a hundred years where it didn't happen except in my class right now, I'm taking a sip It's a really well-made Linus think it's ninety plus points and all the wine magazines every year and it's just got this really nice balanced a seamless. It's got a lot of flavor flavors don't go too overboard. You can tell French but it's a little bit, you know, a lot of french fries are kind of sweet, but there's some good food here the Scat Pack, you know, it doesn't just not all Just Bounce just labor too. That's pretty nice. Yeah. That's your taste. Great. What else is there? Oh, it's a 50% in Oak barrels when they age it and the other fifty percent is cement vast and you're asking yourself for a concrete. That's I think is the right word. Why would they put it in concrete? That's that sounds kind of brutal, but it turns out that the thickness of the side walls of the concrete on the bottom and then they put on top this picking up that The Lion King. Side is fairly stable line when it changes loves to have constant temperature and humidity a stainless steel vent has been well as it's supposed line is clean, but you're not going to get the the the the the protection from the temperature changes. Everything else Oak barrels are great, but using them for thousands of years, but then again those Big Flats of the oak only do so much concrete gotta put some wine where it needs to be. So you're going to see more than that. Can I am actually works in this to this wine? Taste r a i mean it's it's you know, usually what 90.1 is I don't understand why someone likes us so much. You know, this one is like yeah, it's one of those ones that are so good that it doesn't take an expert to tell you that you know go. I think anyone that takes good to you is I wanted to taste good you don't need an expert but yeah this great-tasting wage. The Malbec and the Cabernet Sauvignon just dance together and they'd go ask this flavors as long as lean as flavorful tannins the other way and it's it's not good. So keep Ur cheap the next one and I'll talk to everybody a little bit adios.
How To Improve Digestion
"Welcome to today's leave your own feet podcast with Pete and Jamile Jacobs where he to explore the changes, you can expect when changing your diet as health fitness and wellbeing coaches. We are really passionate about saying clients thrive on nutritional changes, style changes. So we just Kinda. Take you through a road map of what he can expect when you change your Diet We find clients do say some. Different symptoms sometimes they're a little bit scared and they don't WanNa go on but thank goodness I do go on and we just want to make sure that your not making those common mistakes as many people. Do you put one foot in front of the other and you continue your health and wellness journey? Yes. So this is the thing that comes up all the time that. Basically you got in your body and everything is in a certain pattern and with the way that you've been aiding and we're just going to talk about few of those things that are affected when you change even if it's for the healthy change, sometimes that feels really terrible and those are the symptoms that we're going to talk about today to Nikic Cleef you want starting to feel bad even if you're eating healthy foods and sometimes what you think is healthy foods is not actually healthy of the year that we need to von I what it means when we say a healthy dot version of a healthy dot. Yes. So Al Vision is lots of nutrient dense. Quality Foods. So that means quality proteins in the forms of mate fish and eggs you're looking at you know yummy visuals in the foams of your grains and you'll low a carbohydrate visuals and then in terms of Um fats ox. oxidized facet aunt inflammatory, and that a full of lots of good Amiga three anti-inflammatory properties. So if you don't currently a Mate fish and eggs like as your primary source of protein and fats at the majority of your meals. And maybe you've tried it before and said I can't go on Oh maybe you at trying it now and not feeling comfortable making those changes and adding in more of those proteins. His some of the reasons why that might be happening. Well some of the symptoms I find people can experience. very much are some bloating and discomfort perhaps when they re introducing some mate back into their diets especially if they're having something like stike or a chicken breast as not necessarily slow cooked and doesn't have much liquid to it so they can experience dislike of the taste indigestion bloating their bowel movements may be Ada infrequent or more frequent and may have gas skinny. She's aches and pains or they may gain weight. Paint can explain a little more now. Yeah well, I I just want to take a step back and say if you have any issues of anything less than absolutely perfect health, which I'd be surprised to meet somebody who had absolutely perfect health. Then You need to understand the big picture means that if you're having perfect health and all your cells, whole minds are also a little less than perfect as well because everything is connected. So always think about the big picture view and everything coming to understanding your health and what matters is going to be much much easier to understand less anxious and less kind of wasting. Your time focusing on the small little things if you've got less than perfect health is a good chance. Your digestion is going to be less than perfect also, but there's so many layers to what that means. That could mean that your gut mach bomb is totally unbalanced and it's all around the sugars and that you've been eating and you've got my car bomb just. Have, expanded and Growin based on sugar. So you've got that type of. Bacteria and you got other things maybe that you haven't been eating your well because your health is out of whack, you may also have a good functioning liver could functioning lobe Goldblatt Ada, and that means you're not going to digest fats very well you also I don't producing good hydrochloric acid so you. Digest the proteins very well. You also might be experiencing Lakey because of high levels of some plant toxins. Plant compounds can also cause autoimmune reactions. You may also have a histamine intolerance You may have a reaction or deficiencies caused by some of those plant toxins like oxalate, Lipton's fodder acids enzyme in hit it is inhibited Tannin's fiber and the plant list does kate going on and on sulfates. And then there's an intolerance or complete inability to digest what some humans can such as dairy dairy I want a to Kane and lactose the dairy sugar or you may experience a really imbalance of electrolytes and B. Really lacking in magnesium and sodium as well. So these are some of the things that could be causing you to feel fatigued physical pain discomfort bloating all the things John, mentioned before. At in the over training. So if someone's doing a lot of high intensity training or a lot of training the hate and sweating a lot, they'll experience all of the above symptoms pay despite a bath.
Aruma Malbec 2018
"The chief flying fighter DOT com. Today. A nice wine at the mall. A Little Bit Cooler All the way. On the horizon. The fees and forties. Looking for some red wine. Phones and say we have the other room. Twenty eighteen from. Argentina. Ruma is a project by `less container who's been in Argentina since the eighteen hundreds and baron. Child. Feet of Bernardo fame when I growth in Grand Cru and all those. This is their continuing project, their entry level value priced Mulbah. And it's funny because a lot of times in this price range. Get value priced wines from people who who produce value price wise, and they have a little bit different philosophy. From. These high. Lines. Awesome. It's just different and what's different about this. Is even though. Kits from some of the same vendors more expensive than what they do is they specialize in mile that. And Saban Young, which are two grapes that are well, Dabur nate sub Yang and Bordeaux and Mullebeck used to be before blocks all that but there to. Bordeaux wines or grapes. And they specialize that, and this is from those vineyards scale not maybe the the fancy parts of those vineyards but good solid parts those. But they don't use oak barrels. It's a fermented in stainless steel. That brings out the bright lively fruit and it's a two thousand eighteen of vintage, which means you know. It's it's a drink wine, but it's got a little bit of aging and that aging isn't cement tanks. They're lying tanks you're not getting reaching out whatever's in the some met. And that is something will actually getting more popular like central coast to California and then the. Valley in a place in France. And why that's good for ages. especially. Like this Mullebeck has got. Really rich flavors has got tannin's. Need any more edge to it that Oakwood rain. And the cement tanks. Thick. Enough. Insulate the wind and the need. From variations in temperature outside. He'll stainless steel that serve fairly. Thin stainless steel. Barrels earlier you know are are. Not Thick, they don't get a lot of temperature art. And when you look at. Wine that is being young age. They've put it in sellers where. It's protected from variations and temperatures and humidity. Now, this doesn't feel the steel tank doesn't go seller. Control but it's pretty good. So it actually helps to wine age. It helps deal recover. Without any outside interference with cement this. Sounds Weird maybe at first. But or just start taste, and it's fine and this is a really rich. That's Mullebeck. It's got great flavor you sometimes, we get chocolate stuff going to get that because Joplin the no are going to be here. There's no hope. But you don't Miss It. There's Tana's dusted. Shannon's there's really rich speak. Very liquorice. Softer Plums FABS. Yes got flavor and another thing Zenit. Opens Up Close flavors open up. Your first glance might be moon. That's your second. Oh, that's nice. Yeah it's a solid really. Focused Moba.
"tannin" Discussed on Low to High
"So. I remember when they started when they made that run I was like, oh, it's going to be a comeback but no, you guys were on top of it the whole time it was really cool to see that like Wasserman was doing his thing and so was cocker Tannin up grin like it was crazy. You guys just like all the puzzle pieces fit together. Yeah, it you're exactly right. You know they did and the the chemistry of the team will it was unbelievable throughout the week and? But yet, you know through watching 'em Games is there's runs through every game yet in any sport I guess but it seems like because of the to pointer and. Just, the level of play there. So much parody that that there's there's always runs three or four of them. By either team or both teams route, a game and We didn't allow that except for that that third quarter that you had mentioned so. I have to add.
Two Angels Petite Sirah 2017
"This. Is Dave from. SHEEP WIND DOT COM. Come and again with another one. And this one is kind of an interesting one is this a? Ten dollar one. Or is it a twenty four, a gallery one? And the answer is depends on where you by. The. Angels. Petite Surat twenty seventeen, which I picked up at Costco. For Nine Ninety nine. You go elsewhere. Check the Internet out and it's selling for twenty, three, twenty, four, twenty, five. So it's like this is a ten dollar wine or is this the upscale wide? It's a petite derived from the Red Hills Aba in lake. County Lake County is due north of Napa Valley. And it's On the end of clear lake up there up about two thousand feet or more. From The Becker Mecca. Famous. Mountains I'm not quite sure where. But. It's high elevation, which is interesting. It's got You know the lakes helping things spot canucks soils. Really Cool. Groin area. It's one hundred percents. nine months in French Oh, twenty percent new. Is this deep dark rich bulbs, Bisi. Why it's kind of funny I'm drinking on a hot and sticky. August nights in the mood. A bit out of place but in about three weeks when it cools down at night. It's going to be just the wine you're looking for. And it's big bold. It's both silky smooth events ICS got tons of spies. Yeah And like I said, is this a one? There's this twenty, four dollar one. It's it's rich extracted. It's got a lot of flavors. Usually like the Tannin's and the acidity talk about that. But there's so much flavor they take back sheets everything that's going on. Off The teeth Sarah's kind of a weird grip kind of explain that a little bit. Back in the eighteen hundreds late eighteen hundreds, France at all sorts of problems with Pest and disease in vineyards, and when you're having problems with wine and France, it's a big problem. And the Sarah Grapes? Enron valley we're having some problems. So man named Europe. But Together With I think person? I'm it's a great that I think might be extinct nowadays or just almost never planet. To kind of create this hardy. Healthy. Sarai substitute. And by the time he did. The problems in the vineyard solved the no one wanted the. Ceron. Somehow showed up in Australia where it's called the roof. And California, and it wasn't a big wine from California until lately. It's everywhere. If you grab the Zinfandels, probably got some Petite Saran there and In other if you grab a red wine, it's the hidden member the. Used to. Flavor you. Come to expect. It always gives the wine a little bit of a boost unexpected boost. The teat psoriasis come into his own. This is a really, really nice petite up. that. If you feel like going upscale spend some money, well, you can go to any other store you want to. But if you want to spend ten bucks, go to COSCO and if you don't have a membership card, you talk to your neighbor does. Toss him twenty bucks or so and promise to share it with them. Drum breakdown. And you're in luck in I don't know what to say about this wine then it tastes great. Spice it's a big red wine. You like big boy red wines a big girl red I don't want to be. I don't WANNA be. Hurt anyone's feelings.
"tannin" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast
"So boom I went over top of that and looks like a million bucks. Is there a more legitimate at and test that contractors could do to make sure their products are going to stick on a surface? Areas they're you know typically, won't we're we're going to talk about is using a what's called a cross hatch adhesion tasks, and there's an act test that you can take a razor knife and do an axe and then take a piece of regular tape like masking tape, not duct tape, but regular mass. Put on there and then peel off and you know if if the majority of that x is peeling off, then you don't have very good at he's. So that's one way. The other way is doing like a tic TAC, toe board with the knife three or four lines this way three or four lines resignedly. Taking that same piece of tape, putting it on there and pulling. So in each of those squares a number like maybe ten percent or less than you've got graded huge and fifteen. Okay. Now, you're starting to get a little bit of of questioning there but if in those squares you're twenty five or better at far as being able to pull it off, you don't ever a good adhesion. Is it reasonable to expect that adhesion would get better or there are some conditions where it he's in would get worse over time. Typically in you know in latex paints and things like that the longer you wait the potential better adhesion you may. You may see I just waited twenty four hours in my basement finger. You know that that would be sufficient enough. When you're looking at like one hundred percent acrylics like you for example, we have some pro industrial, DTM? acrylics. Medals. Those are one hundred percent acrylic and it takes them a little bit longer to dry and cure and to actually really adhere. To the best you know that it's supposed to typically on something like that harps in acrylics will tell you about seven days. You know put your sample on weighed about seven days and then come in and do a test. So the longer in that period. Yes. If you tested in twenty four hours, it may it may look pretty good but you may also notice that it starts peeling up in a sheet and that's what acrylics do they. You know they've got all these little particles than all said, and as they dry, they start to cure and they start forming that film. and. If you get on it too soon again, you can pull it off like a big sheet. So so yeah, in in that case, the longer you wait the better are there products that lose their adhesion over time? I mean obviously, there are other factors and weathering and what have you that would cause paints not stick but are there some coatings that by their very nature will lose their adhesive qualities over time? You know as we talked earlier about Alcott's those old solvent based Alcott's if you looked at, it the longer they started to dry into cure. The Brittle you know more brittle they they they got and that would be the problem is at some point in time and got to a point where it was so brittle as started cracking in from that cracking than it would start losing adhesion and peel off in flakes. So so yeah, I mean there are some in that case. This brings me to my next point. I hear old time painters and carpenters say that paint isn't as good as it used to be since the removal of lead and the switch to mostly water-based products is that true is They have point. Well. You know I kind of straddle the fence here. Pat Because you know I'm one of those old school guys you know thirty five plus years at least doing painting. However, I tell you what the technology that we have. Today are are pretty impressive. When it comes to water based coatings. You know we talked about modifying an alkaloid with an acrylic we talked about modifying that same Al with your thing so. You know if Old Old school guys forty plus years if they haven't used some of these new acrylic ALP goods and and urethane Alcott's that our water base I think they're missing the boat I really do. Now. There are some primers you know. There are some primers that I'm really still old school We've come a long way with water based Type Primers far as blocking and staying. Briefly what those things are blocking and stain resistance. Okay. Well, blocking is to make sure that. If you have a stain on the subject on a piece of Drywall lead-safe stain on there that when you put that primer on top of that that that stain does not bleed through. So that's bleeding and kind of blocking those stains out. So there are products that we have in the water bayside that helped do that. But there are still these severe cases of Tannin's and Tannin is a bleed from cedars, redwoods and things like that. That will bleed through the would if you use a latex type. Product. So I'm a little bit old school when it comes to that using maybe an old oil based type product that will help walk that in to keep that tanner from bleeding through. However. There are latex products on the market and we have a couple of them. would. Scape solid stain duration an emerald that will help lock that Tannin in on the first coat. So when you're painting, you got a little bit lead on their you're painting it all of a sudden. It looks like it's bleeding through that I go. But what that is is it's actually locking that Tannin in that coat. and. Then when you put a subsequent code on top of that of duration, would gapes emerald. It does not come through it actually will lock that in the. Patient though you have to like just live with what looks like a stain in is remaining and wait for the next coat to cover it. Is that correct? Nf You. Do you know if if it looks like it's severe on and you can tell if it's a severe case I mean it's all over the place. If you notice that it's a severe problem, then it may come through even on the second code. So that's why we say you know we do have a couple of products and old oil-based primer in Severe Tannin cases to use it You know just in case that's that's the just in case part and I've heard you say that on bare wood especially but slow dry oil primers are the. More desirable product as opposed to quick dry is that correct?.
"tannin" Discussed on Double Toasted
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"tannin" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast
"It would be wishy to say that as a and this leatherman that deride us someone who's really better than the say all on a really it's an etch may or the writer and right now the last. Yes how I can tell the first guys most like it's not. The question who is better question was who is doing a mistake. Welcome back podcast. Might honestly some of them and I am a washed up FM X. Who spends more time talking about Freestyle Motocross? Actually writing but saying that it's way safer to be hosting this podcast dedicated to fx and listening to the ride is ns stories who always pushing the limits of what's possible on a debt by or just making cool content. Giving me a reason to go on instagram. Actually they really get excited about instagram. For the you know the throwback Thursday fight is where can momentarily live in the past and try remember cool things that I did? But that's the joy of getting older. I guess the other joys of getting a little bit older is becoming more of a connoisseur of fine bees and after traveling the world for more than a decade and riding my bike. I've definitely taste tested a lot and I couldn't be more start to come across the range of bees. From the Roadhouse burry in Germany the Tannin Zet flower range of pills weep B.'s rattlers and alcohol-free options are so good and of course that produced in Germany with that I to detail that you would expect this is be.
"tannin" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"Certain flex lease yeast. That just basically contribute to beer's it can be more hazy because the way that the east works on the molecules in there in the other side the other thing is the traditional polyphenyls. Polyphenyls just razorback. Chemistry is has stink narrow matic group and a bunch of these little hydroxyl groups on his side with their wages. But here's what happens. It's like sitting at a table without and Brown. Or something sock puppets to come out at this works right and you have these polyphenols and they grab those hydroxy group grab proteins and they pull them into suspension and what people don't realize as he was talking about was there are a lot of hops that have a huge polyphenol contents and ones that don't and the ones with very high polyphenol content. So you throw him in your beer. You're gonNA pull all that stuff out of suspension and suddenly you've got these big protein. Molecules are left in your beer no matter what you do and the bigger the gravity. The higher the call the bigger as the more protein. Yeah that's exactly right. So it's a perfect recipe for Hayes. Going down the road tasty beers the people that make them by accident. They don't taste very good. And the reason is is because that polyphenols are a weird little substance these proteins. Tannin's in wines Tannin and wines Is a different process than when you have the stringency of what a polyphenol correct starts because what it actually is a physical process. There's this thing called the trigeminal nerve that goes down. And evaluates things on the tongue in their taste there's different things it's a physical thing. Okay so stay with me here and there is. This is this is dot. Cops comes back home but it's absolutely true so.
Are Cell Phones the Cigarettes of the 21st Century?
"We go with Dr Joseph McCulloch Doctor mccalla. Welcome back to the podcast so great to chat with the again. Well it's great to be here Jesse. Yeah we got a lot to get into. I loved your New Book On. Ems and I love the title. Em assist perfect. My sister's responsible for that one love it. I'm sure people are gonNA love it as well as we jump in here. I think it's important to talk about how you first became aware of ems. I know for you. This has been something on your radar for about twenty years. Some curious how did you initially come in contact with them? And what was your initial reaction. Well because I've got a website that seeks to educate the public about health issues. I became aware of this a long time ago about two decades ago as you mentioned and it was pretty clear if you if you're serving the literature that this is an issue so I knew about it. I accepted that they were an issue but reluctantly chose to accept it. Fully embrace it and act upon it in a way that would protect me specifically largely because I fell prey to the deceptive campaigns by the wireless industry essentially replicated the patterns of the tobacco industry. They absolutely do work. They seek to create doubt and confusion. Which is a primary strategy and they certainly did my mind than they effectively by spinning off of many other ostensibly credible research studies. That suggested. There wasn't an issue. So pretty this doubt this lack of scientific certainty and unlike tobacco which has very clear and strong suggestions that. There's something going on here. I mean just common sense. Why would you inhale something? That's Y- smoke into your lungs. I mean it just doesn't make sense is not going to be an issue but wireless radiation. It doesn't have that at all in fact to other counters at our amazing Lee beneficial to us and that is incredibly inconvenient prize with all these tools easy access to the greatest innovation history of mankind. Which is the Internet. And it's invisible. You can't hear see it smell it so you're just never aware that you're being enveloped with these exposures with that. In the convenience aspect primarily I just shows to be remained ignorant and at ignorant but chose to embrace it in full and take measures to counteract it and I didn't really get motivated to get more serious about it until one of my mentors. Dr Klinghoffer confronted me with this. He's a clinician. For many years in sees a large number of people still in the trenches being patient some of the sickest patients in the world sees in Europe and in the US and one of his basic tenants as he refuses to see someone. Unless they're gonNA mitigate the M. F. Exposures because he knows that there's not going to get better so that to me was a giant clue and I got serious about in once I started studying it and it took me three years to compile information. This book became real obvious that this was indeed. A real threat in that the source of the confusion was the wireless industry and they're far more sophisticated than tobacco industry. Everyone knows how effective they were. I mean Jay's we had every federal regulatory agency telling us in warning of the dangers of cigarette smoking yet they still persisted for thirty years before we finally got the black box warnings and telling people very clearly authoritatively that these are dangerous and I think everyone listening most likely can remember when the four five. Ceo's of all the major tobacco industries testifying before Congress saying one that cigarettes were not addictive and to to the best of their knowledge did not cause cancer. They were lying through their teeth. It took that long and they still lied. But finally attorney generals were able to correct that in impose tens of billions of dollars in sanctions against them. And we're going to head towards a similar result with the wireless intrigued but it's going to probably take another twenty thirty forty years. I mean because the evidence is so clear and compelling once you objectively review it and before we get deep into the nitty gritty here. I think it's important. Were on the same page and to get there. Can you explain exactly what? Ems are sure mfs is an acronym is your electromagnetic fields and describes the entire range spectrum. Which can be anywhere from a fraction of a cycle per second which is called hurts too many billions of or even hundreds of thousands of billions of cycles. Per Second. Not all you must are dangerous. We've been exposed to EMS since air entire human biological history and example of those would be sunlight. Sunlight isn't enough broadly. They're broken down into two different categories. I O nizing radiation in which there is some from sunlight. Ultraviolet radiation was gives us our son Tannin. Vitamin D is actually ionizing radiation. That's when you get too much you'll get a thermal burn as dangerous. You don't WanNa get excessive something like that but obviously some as important to stay healthy. I don't think any rational human being other than a dermatologist. Which hard to classifies rational most of the time would disagree with that and we've had relatively low exposures. I mean they're earth actually emits certain very low level. Emf's Shuman Resin Sake. Seventy eight hurts or so but this is very low level but the exposures that we're most concerned about our manmade ones which didn't really exist before the late eighteen eighties or so electrical fields radiofrequency feels these were not around the planet but they started becoming more prominent even though they were around for four years at the end of World War. One they were still pretty low and if you compare the levels of a typical major exposure we're concerned with which radio frequencies which is about two to five Gigahertz Gigahertz as a billion cycles per second those are the frequency that your microwave oven runs on and your cellphone. They're almost identical frequencies. The industry uses heat thermal damage as a measure of the safety. Because it's the same for microwave. So their thought is that if it's not heating your tissue like a microwave than can't possibly cause biological damage will go back to that later. There's this broad spectrum of ems the end of world will want certain level even though ems. Were around be as we're ROTHROCK FORTY YEARS? It was still relatively low out century later. Nineteen or twenty twenty. We are literally at a billion billion times higher exposure than we were a hundred years ago. That's ten to the fifteenth. So it's hard to imagine that an increase in that type of magnitude of exposure wouldn't have some biological impact so today for example getting into the different man media mass. There's four different types. One being radio frequencies than we got magnetic fields electric fields and dirty electricity. Well Yeah. Those are the primary mimic exposures note. Nature does create radio frequencies to I mean they exist in stars amid him. I think you'll see there are out there but the really really low exposures if you were to measure them they be. I mean it almost immeasurable by most commercial equipment so the issue is not only the frequency but the amount of intensity of exposure them out of power. That's being broadcast into your tissue right. We're going to be looking at the Manmade Weinstein how we can lessen or totally eliminate the impact on the human body. You talked about the SARS and you talked about the effect of this radiation causing heat on the tissue so first of all I just want to get into the FCC here. 'cause they're the ones that are creating these guidelines and the guidelines they're creating have to do with heating tissue so let's go a bit deeper into this and talk about SARS and in the measurement that we're using here and how that works will SARS is another acronym again stands for a specific absorption. I forget the IRS Stanford but essentially it's a term used to describe how much heat is generated when you're exposed to electronic device and it's not unreasonable because it is. I says microwave transmitter. So it will vibrate your tissues as certain frequency and create. He'd and he'd can clearly 'cause biologic damage and it can be an indirect indicator of the amount of danger. That's there but by no means a direct because we know now very clearly and there's literally hundreds if not thousands of studies have proved conclusively that is not the heating damage is what we call the non thermal effects and for the longest time it. We really confused me. No one really knew or understood. What the biologic mechanism was for these. Non Thermal Effects. We just knew. That's what causes damage. We knew it was heating was very very clear was not heating the tissue and if you go abide by these standards FCC I think just adopted him from another professional agency is like International Electrical Standards Agency that they took that from and they've got these models based on but even using this flawed model they use this model that is called Sam which was patterned after a six foot. Two or four military guy was weighed about two hundred thirty pounds sale very large head and it totally different characteristics than a child. They're measuring SAR based on that model. So it's flawed and they're not measure for children also it's slugged begin with but even using that model. It's still an indirect indication because it will give you an indication of the amount of power that's being generated by that devise. But you cannot you simply cannot use. Sars is indication of the safety of your phone because it isn't other than you maybe can compare models and will lower star rating. Might be a little safer but you still need the shield yourself because exposure this will clearly increase your risk of biological damage in the most common would be cancer but you know what I call cell phones to cigarettes of the twentieth century for good reason because there's so many similarities. Not only did they wireless industry pattern their tactics after tobacco but they also in many ways are almost identical with the mechanism of the Holocaust. Har- They do not hurt you. After one exposure or exposure for a week a month or maybe even a decade it takes these is a long term chronic exposure. Where ultimately you'll succumb to the biologic damage. So this is a new experiment. Most people listening to this if not been exposed to their cell phone for more than two decades. I mean there are some but there's like no one more than three decades and debt still maybe under the window a word required exposures going to occur to encounter these side effects and you know people can smoke for four or five decades and still not have cancer now. They make succumb to other reasons. Like my mom who's longtime smoker and was confusing to see by the tobacco industry and she ultimately wound up dying from complications from COPD or emphysema. So you don't necessarily have to die directly from cancer but there's a lot of people coming down with brain cancer as and even prominent celebrities. We have two senators Ted Kennedy and John McCain who both died from brain cancer secondary to cell phone
If cities don't develop sustainably, neither will the world
"The challenges facing cities in an age of climate change and technological innovation will be highlight his ads. The World Old Oven Forum held an Abu Dhabi between the eighth and thirteenth February before he left for the UN's annual conference on the urban environments. How young shoe director of the UN Development Programs Department of Policy and Program Support Sandstone with Matt Wells from a news? Mr Xu revealed that there's a growing mm trend of city leaders looking to the UN to help solve an increasingly complex set of problems. What were seen though? Is that cities and the governments are are coming to us. Increasingly was more and more complex asks for Hudd Hudd. Hudd you help. We work together. Put design a city strategy. To view is the impact of climate change. But that's a question needs to be answered from many different angles from infrastructure from covenants from investment and the from several delivery from many many different aspects so these are news new phenomena. We see can give me some examples of the kind of things that you would like. Politicians wins and others who leads cities to be doing more of are there. Are there common things every city can do. I think they're definitely a lot of issues. Turn ktar incoming in developing country citizen and what we would like to advocate for example is really a UH for local governments for municipal governments together with the national governments to think strategically sink long-term sink in a user new new tools that we can deploy to think strategically but in ACTA practically and acting quickly and a a our program interventions typically slew of support to local governance localization of the SDG's to so bring international goes to city level right. We work with a lot of cities are energy transition to increase the Chevron energy to improve the energy efficiency the buildings and the fog's will work with us to focus on local economic opportunities so that they can be part of this. You know develop in the process process if you're going to sort of offer tailored solutions to specific cities are there. Is that one particular kind of category of city lights that that needs the most help the similar that even counts kinds of cities some mega citizens cities with a percent a one million population the boy the hundreds of them under growing very fast but the majority of cities secondary and tertiary city. That has more with less resources and financial resources and the technical resources human under sources. And so what we're trying to do is really to work together because the we cannot pretend we know or the solutions for the problem cities face. That's right but the we have experienced you know from different countries that can source right so we can use network for the smaller cities a medium level cities to learn from each other and there are a lot of networks of cities seems word That exist a mayor city officials and so forth. So what can in a you make use of this networks to impart -nology so that Successful solutions in one place can be replicated elsewhere so we can do a lot support. The discount -nology no replication. Can you give me any kind of concrete examples of cities where you all already lending a hand so we have examples in Freetown Sergio and the Tannin in Vietnam for example. These are relatively sizeable cities. Both of them serious problems with solid. Waste Management Right in Donovan none for example The landfill is for twenty years ahead of the plan. Right so but This is not simple just to a waste issue. It has to do with as the economy right who is consumption assumption persons who is the how you know We plant a our economy not too so that the most circle circular for example right and it has to do with a lot of consequences over these health issues for example right and as The differently in a transportation system design insist that help reduce consumption of energy and so the complex and also the impact of climate also has is the problem with the issues. That city's Latino fiercely along coastal areas is impact of climate change right by twenty thirty. Some estimates say that eight million people hundred million people who live in coastal cities would be impacted by flooding and because sea level rise. Komo huge amount of people right. So so what we're trying to work with governments is Louie. We work together to To think through these questions okay then come come up with a systematic approach with short-term measures that we can take right and So many things that were doing for example with some secondary cities we're working on a municipal financing to help comes to raise funds right to invest in a sustainable infrastructure so that we build the so-called a sustainable inclusive and the resilient citizens. So that's what we're trying to do
Stolen Lives: The Skelton Brothers
"On the day after Thanksgiving in two thousand ten ten years. Zuber's reported her Three young sons missing from her home in Miranshah Michigan. Her husband was supposed to bring the boys back to her on Friday morning but he never did. The couple had been living apart in plan to divorce Andrew. Nine Alexander. Seven and tanner just five years. Old had spent thanksgiving Thanksgiving Day with their father. John Skelton Win Tan. You tried to get them back the next morning. John told her that they were with a friend of his. John then turned up at a hospital. Following an apparent suicide attempt in the years since family and authorities have searched for the skeleton. Boys is without success. John Skeleton has refused to disclose their whereabouts. As time passes the chances that the boys will be found alive continued. Can you to dwindle today. The quiet end. We're discussing the details of the Skelton case and the possibilities of what happened to these three young boys in stolen lives. The skeleton brothers will go over family history and the timeline of events in an effort to better understand what happened and if anything can be done to bring these boys home. So we've got a Nice Michigan Beer for you today. From one of my favorite breweries. This is is K B S Espresso. KCBS stands for Kentucky Breakfast Stout and it's got coffee in it hence the Espresso. This beer is is an American imperial stout clocks in at twelve percent alcohol by volume. So you and I will be splitting our twelve ounce serving the beer is from founders. Brewers I said located in grand rapids. It's a black coloured beer little tiny tan head but did leave a little bit of lace on the side it is a glass and when you get the aroma. It's boom coffee just smacks you in the face. Ladda coffee little bit of chocolate taste. I follows the nose big hits of Espresso followed by some chocolate and the end of the SIP. You can get a little bit of Vanilla. This is a big bodied beer. Little bit on the dry side which is fine with me very nice beer. Let's open it up. Then you got it and off. We go to the quiet end where it's pretty quiet all right. That's descriptive descriptive. Well why don't you go ahead and start the story. I mean it's it's a difficult one it is and you would like to think that the kids are you're still around somehow and all their father has to do is tell us where they are exactly. That's the frustrating part. But I don't think they're around anymore. The skeleton family lived in Marinsky Michigan in two thousand ten and Miranshah small town populations about three thousand as located near. You're the Ohio border. The father John Skelton was raised in Jacksonville and he is thirty nine years old when his three sons went missing when he finished high school John joined the army a move several times he lived in Washington. DC worked at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda Maryland it also spent some time in Alaska and California and eventually he became a truck driver. He and Tania Nia married in two thousand and two actually Tan Ya. I know that doesn't seem right. But that's how she is said that she wants pronounced. Excuse me we'll start over John. Tanya married in two two thousand and two now they had both been married and divorced was previously tenuous first husband filed for divorce from her after she is charged with criminal the Middle Sexual conduct more on that later. According to many people including Tanya John knew about this conviction now John worked for several years and Tanya stayed home with the three kids according to tenure the problems in their marriage began after John Lewis is job job following a Dui yes so Tanya filed for divorce from John Skeleton Back in September of twenty ten before that attenuates say that their relationship was pretty good but Tang you did have history. Tanya had two older daughters from her previous marriage and and she did have a large support system of friends and family nearby but she was far from perfect years before her sons went missing before she even knew John Skeleton. TANU had sex with a fourteen year old boy and she was convicted of fourth degree. Criminal misconduct for this in the late. Nineteen he nineties. But it's believed they. John knew all about her past before he became involved with her but still he would end up using this as ammunition against Hanya claiming naming that she had been sexually abusing his sons when he abducted them. And that's where he took them. He wanted him out of the house right. That was his claim. It's very difficult to believe John. Skelton will find out because he has an ever changing narrative. Yes he does so in September of two thousand ten and John Thiel Tanya that he wanted to move the family to Florida. His parents still lived in Jacksonville where he had been born and had recently gone to his high school reunion there so he had as we said lost his job in Michigan after his Dui conviction and in Florida he told Tanya he could get a job. Bob and the boys could get to know his family now. Tanny didn't WanNa live in Florida and she also had that felony conviction on her record. which meant that? You'd have to fulfil oh specific requirements with the state of Michigan before she would be allowed to move. It was Monday September thirteenth. Twenty ten when John said that he he was leaving for work but that afternoon he signed the three boys out of school. The school called and left a message on Tanis home phone and the school schools secretary had called because she was confused. Tenure had brought the voice to school that morning and dropped off their medicines and lunches and everything but John came in that afternoon said that the family was going on a vacation to Florida and sign them all out of school early. So tenuous confused. She called John After after speaking with the school secretary but he was very vague claiming that he discussed with her taking a family trip to Florida and she had said she didn't want to go with them but Tanja said wait a minute. We talked about maybe moving to Florida and I was looking into it. There was no talk of a family vacation. So it's not really making sense. Let's not sure doesn't bear we've got two divergent reports here. So a friend of ten is called the Miranshah police and spoke with chief Larry weeks weeks offered to mediate between Tan. Yan John so he contacted John and he learned to John and the boys were still in Morandi. John had also set up a meeting with an attorney. This didn't make any sense at all right. And if you supposedly going on vacation in Florida why is he doing all this stuff. Exactly exactly. He's up to something joined told chief weeks at. He is taking the boys with him to see the beach and they were being Florida for three to four weeks so this just this wasn't right. Tanya s John he was taking the boys out of school when the school year had just begun then. He said that he would enroll them in school down there which was even even more confusing. I mean the entire situation was raising some red flags. If this was a vacation why would the boys be getting enrolled in the Florida schools. Also she knew. He couldn't enroll them without their birth certificates and she had those so she tried stalling him for time as her adult daughter's met with an attorney on her behalf and the attorney told her daughters that the only way for tenure to stop John from taking the boys to Florida would be for her to file for divorce divorce from him and ask for emergency custody of the children so things escalated quickly. Where the sure did could it would sound to me? Like he was planning Dan taken into Florida and staying Florida absolutely now. He's going to enroll in school and stuff so share. That's the worry very much so so at this point. John's been driving around town with the three boys. Tenuous stalling him and she said I'm going to look for the boys birth certificates so Johndroe back to the house. Once he's at the House tanny pretended to be looking for the birth certificates. You know she knew where they were and she was stalling until daughters could return with the legal paperwork and then an officer was prepared to serve John with the papers which would make it illegal for him to leave the stay with the kids. Yeah but coincidentally it ended up that both Tan Yan John had met with the same attorney. But because Tanya's daughters had met personally finally with the attorney and paid him before John did Tanisha was the one who retained his services so unfortunately the attorney's office called John and told told them that they couldn't keep their appointment with him because Tanya had hired him and this set John Off. I mean he was furious now he felt like she was trying to trick cam so John left the house angry of course but he did leave without tanner the youngest boy because tanner had come into the house and was kind of hiding behind behind Tania's legs so John Yelled at him to get in the car because his mother was lying to him but he just cried and didn't go to his father Tian her friend protected checked tanner from being taken by John but the two older boys Alexander and Andrew were outside playing and John was able to order the older two boys into his van Tangy told him he couldn't take the boys but he ignored her. The papers for custody were prepared. But you know John hadn't been served with them yet so. John sped out of the driveway in his van. With Alexander and Andrew tenuous sister happened to be walking up the street toward the House and John Nearly hitter hitter with van but fortunately she was able to jump out of his way but John Actually left just minutes before Tana's daughters arrived with the divorce papers in hand the end so John was able to escape Michigan with his two oldest boys and he drove all the way to Florida. The next day he allowed the boys to call their mother. It was her birthday. They actually and they told her that they were swimming. And staying at their daddies friend's House Hillary but ten. You didn't know who Hillary was. She was actually one one of John's friends from his class reunion which he had recently attended down in Florida and he talked to Tanya About Hillary after he'd returned from that trip so Tanya was able to find Hillary's address and contacted her attorney and he gave her papers which gave her exclusive. Custody of the voice Tania Tania's mother intangible. Two daughters drove to Jacksonville to pick up Alexander Andrew and to bring them back home so by that Friday they met with a sheriff's deputy to accompany them to Hillary's apartment complex and the deputy was able to serve papers to John and take custody the two boys the local district court and the sheriff's office were involved so they had to meet with the judge before they could return to Michigan with the boys. What a mess? Yes so they actually had to hang out in Florida for a bit. She's so the following Monday tanny and her mother hired an attorney in Florida and John also also hired an attorney so in front of the judge at the hearing. John immediately brought up tenuous previous conviction for having sex with a fourteen year old now. This was quite a shock for Tanya because John had never indicated any problem with her past admitted that he had known about tennis history since before they were married he had married her and had a family with her and had never before raised any issues about it. So the judge called the court back in Michigan and this is a court familiar with the scouting's uh-huh case and it was determined. The TANNIN would return to Michigan with her sons. Then was the crossed. The line in Michigan tanny would have full custody rights so finally things seemed to work out correctly and after returning to Michigan the boys were back with their mother. John asked Hanyu if there was any chance that they could could work things out and stay together now. Tanja would later say she felt she was really done with the marriage but she agreed to counseling in order to help with co-parenting the boys and keep John Happy so to keep John from becoming angry. She did pretend that she was still interested. In repairing the marriage to John they were working on the marriage when he was anxious for things to get back to the way they were but Tanja felt she'd never be able to trust John Again. She and her attorney made the decision that that it would appear more favourable though to judge if she allowed John to have some time with his kids so instead of maintaining the exclusive custody that she did have a right to you and keeping the boys away from their Father Kanye decided the best thing to do would be to allow him some time with them and she said at this point she really really didn't fear that John would take off with them again because when he'd done it before she'd followed him to Florida and brought them home so he should have known that she wasn't GonNa to let them get away with it again. I guess she also kind of rationalized that he wouldn't leave with them because she had kept him under the impression that they were going to get back together as a couple
Democrats raise stakes with impeachment vote
"After weeks of factfinding behind closed doors the house is gearing up to vote on the best way to present it's impeachment inquiry to the public in what will likely be act to the investigation into the president's alleged quid pro With Ukraine the gathering political storm comes amid a flurry of damning testimonies from top officials most recent leap new Tannin Colonel Alexander Finland the Ukraine expert on the National Security Council who listened in on the phone call between President trump and you can Ukrainian presidents and landscape and said the White House those omitted details of the calls in its transcript today to more diplomats take the stand Christopher Anderson and Catherine craft both were for trump's former envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker who helped the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani contact Ukrainian officials close to President's landscape now former Defense Secretary William Cohen is being closely watching these hearings member of the Judiciary Committee during the Watergate hearings he was one of the handful of Republicans who actually voted for President Nixon's impeachment and now he's calling for politicians on both sides of the aisle to put country before party they the current evidence and he's joining me now from Washington Secretary Cone Welcome to the program good to be with you so I ask you first and I do you think the house and the Senate are in fact going to or have they showed any evidence that they're putting country before politics I think some of them are I believe the the Democrats who are now leading in the house are trying to get at all of the facts is best they can I think they've gone about it the right way and that is to have private hearings or secret hearings in order make sure nothing is classified comes out an open testimony that's what happened during the Watergate era where the Watergate Committee had private hearings before they went public and as a result of those public hearings it certainly educated the American people in terms of what was at stake and then it came over to the House of Representatives we conducted almost all of our hearings in private and only went public when we started to debate the articles of impeachment so this kind of a hybrid here because there was no Senate Watergate Committee investigating a Watergate type committee investigating the president trump and his actions and so it's a hybrid now where the House has been required to go and dig out some of the facts before they go public and then they'll go public I assume within the next two weeks so it's very interesting who are really hammering this this fact that they have been doing their job behind closed doors because they needed to get all the relevant facts before they could go public I mean I assume you're saying that to answer the chorus of criticism from the Republicans and from members of president trump's as that this is somehow as he says it a kangaroo process with everything happening in a non-transparent way well much else what is being said its faults number one Republicans have been in the hearings behind closed doors and the spectacle that we saw last week with I'm forty or fifty Republicans storming the intelligence committee room was just that it was a spectacle because many of those who were storming the who was actually had seats on the inside and could have sat there if they hadn't at any time during the course of all of these hearings so I think it was more for a show that had little to do with the facts and the facts were being gathered by Republicans behind closed doors as well as the Democratic majority and so now will go public and I think it's really important it's not enough to have Robert Muller just read from his testimony what he had gathered as his his finding Wchs it's really important that those who have key information go before the American people be subjected to a critical examination in cross examination so the American public can understand what's at stake and what's at stake is the rule of law and whether or not the president has breached that rule whether or not he has engaged in conduct which in my opinion on its face is impeachable namely to call upon a foreign government a to dig up critical information or dirt on a potential of campaign competitor in the following in next year's race yeah I think that is something which on the face of it would be an impeachable offense I'm let me ask you you mentioned the rule of law that's obviously the fundamental principle of one of the main principles the United States and the democracy that are you concerned that the rule of law itself is under threat and are you concerned that the from the consistent attack on institutions in the United States is having an impact on the democratic process I am during the time of Harry Truman Indianapolis and others it was called you know watching the president that the beginning I think we're present at the end of that process they were present at the beginning of setting up these institutions in the United States and elsewhere which helped to maintain for the most part peace and stability for the past seven years I believe the president trump is in the process of knocking down those pillars and so he feels that he doesn't need any of these other institutional guards such to make that he feels that he alone own can take action without regard to any of the other institutions which are there to make sure that the rule of law stays intact and so that only I can do that assume that has the sound of a dictator or dictatorship where only I can solve this problem I don't need you for consultation I know more than the generals I know more than the ambassadors and I alone can take this action without regard to you congress I don't need you know have to come you and therefore it becomes one man rule now if the president can do that in his first term what we would we expect if he has second term and which has no need to go before the electorate again there's no need to go to Congress to say I'm sorry I broke this rule they'll be no rules that will go on broken in my opinion because he feels that he is above the law that he is the face of the law that he is the face of the Justice Department et Cetera. So I worry about the future as much as I worry about the present in terms of what is happening I want the president to abide by the rule of law and I want Republicans to say Mr President when you step over this line you have to be held accountable you cannot go to a foreign government and ask for assistance against dirt on your future opponent that crosses the line which should not be crossed now whether the majority in the Senate supermajority in the Senate two thirds of the Senate will vote for removal I think at this point is rather doubtful but in any event even if doubtful it is important for the American people to listen to the facts to say you may think it's okay for this president but do you want to set the standard and lower the standards for every other president in the future because what is good for president trump will be good for them and I've always believed I want to look up to the president I want to see the president as a shining example of what the rule of law supposed to look like in America and why we treasure that rule of law because if you don't have the rule of law you have the law of rules and that's something the president seems really more akin to he likes President Putin he likes Kim Jong Hoon he likes presentation paying he likes spreading the Erawan he doesn't much like our allies in terms of paying the same kind of tribute to them that he does to those who the kind of one man rule I mean you've just laid out a pretty alarming scenario I mean if I had to sum it up you pretty much saying that potential elite the United States is is on route to anti democracy I mean almost tyranny you've just said and from from somebody like yourself who's a pretty moderate Republican who served a Democratic president you're not a flame thrower it's pretty alarming I wonder whether former colleagues or current members of Congress whether the House or the Senate listening and you of course signed a letter with with forty four other four most Republicans and others about this issue and yet the Boston Globe has said where are you all where are you all where all the Republican senators or Congress people who who actually did what they had to do according to the rule of law during the Watergate era Where are you all apart from US speaking out like this well many of the Republican Senators with whom I served L. exactly as I do they are worried about where the country is heading I would ask everyone to go back and read Orwell's nineteen eighty-four and look what he was writing about a fictional sense and saying is that where we're headed where you have a Ministry of truth in which you can tell the biggest is and you repeat them over and over again until they're accepted as the truth so you have a situation where the words like a war really means peace or ignorance really means wisdom or slavery is equal to freedom and two plus two week was five when you that's pretty fictional but it's not too for removed when you can have the president of the United States I yeah I wrote this letter and it's a perfect letter and I would say perfectly corrupt in the sense that you're trying to dig up dirt through a country that has beholden to us for its security in order to get that security delivered to them but only if you give this information on Joe Biden and his family and so you keep repeating it's perfect it's perfect perfect and people soon we'll say yeah it is perfect so that's why it's important to have these public hearing so you can have a ambassador Bill Taylor about Yvonne show you can have a lieutenant colonel come forward and say here is what I heard this is why alarmed me and this is why every American and should be alarmed about this because this is not what we do this is not how we act we don't ask we don't ask Russia Russia if you're listening come on in so you can we're open for business that's not something that we can accept which should not accept into the extensive the American people feel it's okay then I think we're headed down they very dangerous past one that every American should be concerned about so let me ask you about the American people because clearly the idea of an impeachment is a very I soon traumatic one for the nation they've been through it once or twice before it's rabbit it's happened and it is traumatic and people I will also say as president trump's allies of said that it's simply an attempt to rob an elected leader of his position do you are you concerned given what we're seeing in polls right now that this could be even more divisive even more traumatic than than than the all of law being upheld well we had the same arguments he met made back during Watergate there were people in the street we had bomb threats at our hearings I had to get special protection for my family as well and the argument was this will tear the country apart and my argument at that point was no it won't tear the country apart there'll be a vice president who will take office of removing the head for head of state for actions that are antithetical to what we believe in will not result and tearing the country apart we'll we'll tear the country apart is if we watched the slow the unraveling of the rule of law in the name of the power of the president and when you confuse the office of the president with the Individual President and His undoing becomes our undoing I tried to make that very clear I believe it's still obtains The president is there a temporary occupant we have our allegiance to who is the office of the President and to the The constitution into the country and so I know the president trump was trying to get members of like Mr Komi the actress FBI? I want you to pledge loyalty to me yes there was no MR president. I don't pledge my loyalty to you I pledge my loyalty to the Constitution. that's something that has been going on now insisting upon loyalty to the person and it has to be loyalty to the office of the president why do you think then sorry to interrupt you but why think then so many Republicans are in fact not doing what you're saying in other words they are pledging their loyalty to him rather than do the pro the the
"tannin" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts
"Airline dining experience by I using a nasal spray to re moisten the passages of the nose or even noise cancelling headphones to block out the irritating background noise why aren't most beers and wines Vegan. You'd be surprised how many animal products are included in the process of making beer and wine. We'll leave aside obvious things like cream liqueurs that have dairy and need that's made from honey. All young wines are hazy due to tiny particles goals like proteins Tannin's and Phoenix. They're perfectly safe to drink but not desirable to the consumer so.
"tannin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"In the green room right now. Johnny dean, how're you doing, buddy, fine? She's at the snow cone machine. See. She's under third snow cone. I told her it was free credible told us a little bit hotter. And all of a sudden she's just diving into these things. So welcome her. I know she's got a couple of interesting, very interesting cases that she's working. And I said, next time you come. I want to hear about the real deal. We talk about all this superfluous stuff and hypotheticals. Yeah. And I said, you know, let's talk about real person. So, so what case of what line, the case of the case of the missing wine bottle? Is this an encyclopedia Brown? Speaking of wine bottle, actually had a glass of wine yesterday. I don't know much of it. It's good for your heart. John. Tannin's in the grapes. And you know what I get those from blueberries? Well, that's true. I've never ferment blueberries long enough turns into wine. So it is. It's just bad. It's just bad grape juice. I don't understand this whole. Okay. Four four Ray show if you want to jump on the call is free. The advice will be priceless today. I mean one of those moods that's eight four four seven nine seven four six nine emails, raylucia dot com. Got some dander Ito's standing by lots on the docket. I've got all this stuff, but I'm not going to get to it because I know we've got Lynn come, and I really do want to spend some time talking about real deal. But I did read this from Kevin McCormack. Oh, sure, you know everyone Kevin and McCormack kid, you know. Yeah. Yeah. What happens to your 4._0._1._K when you die like it or lump it sit back, folks? Relax.
Decanting Wine Changes Its Chemistry
"The wind Kanter is fairly standard vessel found in many glassware collections. But it's also a rather mysterious object that inspires questions about how to use it and what function decanting actually serves. So what does it mean to decant wine simply put? Simply put decanting involved pouring wine or any liquid from one container into the Decatur while some decanting serves more to ornament presentation of dining experience, the canting certain wines has an evident effect on their aroma and drink ability as wine ages, it's our Ganic molecules grow larger through polymerisation, which reduces its stringency and makes the wine softer less Truckee. But over time a wine may deposit, crystal tar, traits and pigmented organic substances called tannin's that collect sediment at the bottom of a bottle. Do gathering separates out though, sediments that build up. This is usually only required for high end wines with vintage date over ten years to canton can also help to release volatile compounds in wine that mask it subtle flavors. These volatile 's are a combination of organic compounds that at aromas such as fruit oak, tars esters or aldehydes deterring young one group rates oxygen. Helps to evaporate any harsh volatile xlt. Now, the winds tastes and smells will be more discernible than the astringent alcohol red wines acquire their chemical characteristics because they're held in relatively oxygen free environments during aging in bottles white wines. However, don't benefit from decanting because they aren't aged bottles long before serving so feel free to skip decanting your Chardonnay, but if Malbak is on the menu bring out the cancer for the sake of showmanship and flavor whose moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don glassed. I'm Yale Cassandra.
"tannin" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"I read a book by Dr Deborah tannin years ago, called you just don't understand and she's a sociologist, and this is some older research, but still proves true. That the way we communicate is very different. And so a man will think he told you how he feels. But to me, I'm like, you didn't say anything, you know, that gave me a clue to what's going on inside you. And so. That nonverbal that you know, my husband may not always say, Honey, I'm pissed about what you said to me. But his action will show me. You know, he'll do something a little a little snide. And I'll go what's wrong with you? You know, and he'll go will you a crack in Oman lumps in my head. And I'm like, well, I was kidding. You know, 'cause we joke a lot in our house. But but he won't always verbally verbally. Tell me that. I heard his feelings. I was speaking by friend about this earlier, whatever you date somebody. It's almost as if it's a different language, and you have to learn that language. Yes. You do the more you're with them. And so whenever join I are in an argument. I'll always pause and say, I still don't understand you complete. I'm still learning about how to handle things and how to deal with things. So it's a constant very much. Like, you're learning a different language or diminishment. You have. To put work in slowly, you will master that instrument away. No absolutely sensitivity to I'm a mom. Just like with my kids. My daughter won't say anything when she's upset, but she'll go to the fridge and shit. Right. So I'll be like what's wrong. You know? What's wrong honeybear nothing? My my daughter Winnie is about to be sixteen and she just dishes for performing arts high school that she's wanted to go to and she's very nervous, and she's a shy girl, and you know, has had some struggles with school. So we all know when when he's upset there's certain things she does, you know. And so you tend to feel that way about kids, you know, you tend to feel like you can read them, but I tend to feel with an adult usua- word. Yes. You can say how you feel. You can tell me that pissed you off you can tell me, right. But I find I have a male child. He's my only boy, and I find that. This thing is genetic this tendency to express things another way like like my brother used to do if I teased him about his his ugly shirt. He just hit me. Yeah. He wouldn't say dang cysts. That was cold. He just pop me. It's more action. He acts. My brother was the same way where well, usually my my sister. And I would always let like say everything right almost, you know, just like it was like a store of emotions and n roller very quiet and kept himself. It's in a relationship is important to know what kind of person. Yeah, you're you're with also I feel like I feel like you do a lot of growing in a relationship, and you can adjust to knowing how you work together with with Joe. And I in the beginning it was a little bit difficult. He is a little more reserved. And then later on in our relationship you start to see someone to safe. Right. And that's extremely important. You never want to betray the trust of someone when they do open up to you. And maybe they don't open up to everybody else. And the reason why I feel so special with Joe is that he isn't very open with everybody. But he's opened with me. Right. And you have to honor that trust and you have to preserve it. Right. And so that's I think that's one of the most beautiful things in a relationship is to be the safety for someone..
"tannin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"tannin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"If you started out with tannin just comes out, you obviously can't buy anything if you don't have any money in your money market account. So that's how it works. Now. I'm not going to belabor this. But when you sign up your for your account, you're going to they're going to ask if you want a margin account, again, I'm not going into all the detail on just going to say this just check. No and move on. You do not want a margin account. You don't want it. Check. No. And you can go on the website look at videos about that. And find out what all that means. If you want to do that. So when you start trading after you've deposited money. Then you're gonna re you can click on the trading screen, and I'm gonna come to that at an another session, but you're going to begin to trade by looking at my list, and you're going to buy what's on my by. I'm always amazed at how many people don't understand this system. And this is why you get off track. This is why you need sometimes you get back to basics. I've had calls where people say I've owned this stock for six months, I'm going to sell it. And I'm going to buy this stock, and I'll say well that stocks not on my he was well, yeah, it was just about every stock. My broad list was at one point nine. But I I really like it. I'm going to buy it. Okay. Well, you're free to do that if you want that's fine. For getting back to basics means. Remember how I said just a few minutes ago. You've got to be sold out committed to be Biblically responsible. It's a conviction. That you have. You also have to have a conviction that. You trust. What we're doing here financial issues. Now, you don't have to have that for our benefit. It doesn't matter to financial issues. We don't get money. If you do really well, unless you want to tie of it to financial issues, we don't it doesn't matter to us. You don't have to follow it. But this system is there. So that you would follow it. Which means if it's not on the bias, you know by their own. There's only one exception to that. And that one exception is. That if you already own the stock, and it is dropped in value over the years. And now, it is below what you paid for it. And you wanna buy some to lower your average share price. Then that's fine. You can do that. Anytime you want. As far as selling you can sell some shares to get your profit anytime you want there's no steadfast rule on that. Why? Because you really can't get hurt by doing that. Except you don't do it. If you are an income portfolio person. Because if you sell shares you lose income because the income you received from that company is paid to you based on the amount of shares. You have you get so much money. You may get forty two cents a share. That's your income. If you don't have share you can't get forty two cents on it. That's how it works. So you've got to be careful if you're an income investor looking to get income and actually used the income will you don't want to do is you don't want to necessarily take profit on that. Okay. So there there are some rules that you've got stick to. Don't think that long term because you'll be told this is two years. Eight years ten years not two years. So don't think that you can be come. A traitor. Our goal with the ministry is not to create a bunch of traders our goal with the ministry is to create investors people that are going to know what they have. No why they haven't and invest in it. Now. Wayne you start getting out of control. When things don't seem to fit you wake up one morning. You look at your portfolio tracking your say, what are these companies? I don't even know why I have those do I know that I don't remember buying them. Are they even on Dan's list? And. But that will happen. You know, you get carried away with enthusiasm and the generally happens when things are going good. And you got to. Remember to stick to the program and part of the program is you learning and understanding what you have one of the things I say all the time is when you start. You were maybe for the first time in your whole investment career. If you've had a cat for a long time feel better about your money, not only 'cause you're honoring God because you know, why you have it where.
"tannin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Of. December which is a Christian holiday into a satanic holiday. And so the only purpose for which they are doing what they are doing is to attack to mock to ridicule what the devil does by the way, the Christian faith. Yeah. That's what I mean at the end of the day. But there was an easier way to handle this is what I'm saying legally. And that's the thing. I'm most concerned about right now is that the legal aspect of this was not handled appropriately. Now Eva on Facebook says the goat statute looked fury. Let's put that up and not Jordan describe it. I mean, you describe it. But we're gonna put it up. There we go. So this is going to be outside the Michigan state capitol on December twenty first through Christmas. It'd be lit up. That's why you see this lighting with LED lights is the you'll see the tannin goats symbol. But you also see the pictogram engraved in the center of the goat's head. So this will be on the Michigan state capitol last year a few years ago, they put up an image. I think we have it of a snake going around across with the pictogram and the goat head. So you can see what they've done a few years ago. He's all religion, take anti faith anti faith anti-christian. It is to mock this holiday. That is getting the state as to buy into it by allowing it is if they think they must do this. That's right, which they don't again, I. The sixth circuit's got a case right on point to me. It's made me how a sixth circuit court of appeals. It says this is how you do it appropriately doesn't get implemented by government in the sixth circuit. So I gotta ask that question to what's actually going on here because that there's got supreme court precedent, which covers the entire nation. And then you've got court of appeals present that would cover that. And we're pointing that's why we have taken action. So we're sending these letters out. Now, we need to know what's going on in your community. You're you're telling us, and that's good form is rope reported eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten to jam right now. But these are going up we will send out to other states as necessary because we think it's a big of an issue. But again, we need to hear from you at one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten or go over to L J dot org. Even the name the snake Tivoli, they call it the snake Timothy that tells you something right there. I mean, that's exactly mocking and throwing in your face the snake? The serpent is the symbol of the devil. Jay, that's the the symbol that in the new and the Old Testament over the snake had taken the form of a asp of a serpent to tamped eve into violating the commandment not to touch the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. And so they are now taking the snake and throwing it in our face. All right. We're here for another thirty minutes, we want you to be part of the conversation. If you're not getting the full hour, just go over to ACL, J dot org or Facebook.
Can Cheese Actually Make Wine Taste Better?
"Hey, brainstorm listeners in Leuven ad today. I wanted to tell you about one of our compatriot podcasts here at how stuff works Daniel. Or hey, explain the universe in which physicist Daniel Whiteson and cartoonist or hey cham- breakdown. All the amazing things, we know and don't know about our wild universe. They talk through some of the biggest questions in science like how did the universe begin? What is everything made of what's the Higgs bows on can we travel back in time? And where do my socks go after I put them in the dryer. It's recommended for anyone who wants their mind blown by awesome science or commuters who just wish they were out in space, new episodes, come out approximately pied vita by two times a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Even listen and subscribe to Daniel or hey, explain the universe on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff. Lauren vocal bomb here. A wine lovers on the whole probably don't need any particular excuse to pair a glass with a rich cheese board. But a recent study in the journal food science shows what people have long suspected cheese improves, the taste of different types of wine. Researchers at the center for taste and feeding behavior in France asked thirty one French wine drinkers to taste for different wines. I on their own then with each of four different cheeses to see if and how the taste of the wine was changed by the cheese. The method used to evaluate the taste is called multi intake temporal dominance of sensations, which simply means that the drinkers were asked which taste sensations were dominant in length and intensity or in layman's terms, which ones did you enjoy? And why the winds were the same through all five tastings, a sweet white a dry white a full bodied red and a forty red in the first session, the tasters took three sips of each wine with no cheese. In the following sessions. They again took three sips, but in each session tasted a different cheese between sips all four cheeses ranging from creamy, two semi soft and stinky to semi hard too, hard or tasted with each wine. The study found that all of the wines tasted better after eating cheese less stringent unless sour and in the case of the fruity red, for example, that Ferdie flavor lasted longer the lead researcher Meribel Marini told the telegraph. We learned the duration of the perception of stringency of a certain line could be reduced after having cheese and the four evaluated cheeses had the same effect in short when having a plate of assorted cheeses, the wind will probably taste better. No matter which one they choose which is a relief to those of us who find creating pairings a clunky prospect at best the effect of the cheeses on the taste of the winds probably happened because the fat in cheese coats, your mouth, and reduces the dryness it might feel due to tenants from the wine a bit of tannin in wines and other. Things like tea or meant is a fun sensation. But too much can be puckering and unpleasant beyond making wine and cheese parties, a potentially less expensive endeavor. The researchers have a practical application for this study. To better understand how the taste of food can change when paired with other foods leading to new and possibly better meals as different foods are served together. Today's episode was written by Karen Kirkpatrick and produced by Tyler claim for more on this and lots of other flavorful, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hey, brain stuff listeners today. I wanted to tell you about the new podcast the brink in which hosts aerial Casten and Jonathan Strickland shared the stories of entrepreneurs who took a bold step without really, knowing if solid ground would be on the other side, tune into learn how Walt Disney bet his company and his house on the world's first feature length cartoon, and how a refugee from Vietnam turned a door to door business into a chili sauce empire every week. The brink will bring you news stories of the trials 'em triumphs of people who didn't let adversity stop their dreams because sometimes things just don't go your way. But what really matters are the choices you make when the odds are against you. You can listen and subscribe to the brink on apple podcasts iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.
"tannin" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"From World War One per battle. And you say no nation can can take this anymore. I have the numbers in the bloodiest battles of World War One. I just want to give you a few figures. The colossal number of deaths is something that America, for example, could not tolerate. Battle of Arras may nineteen seventeen two hundred and seventy eight thousand casualties. Battles of tannin Bergamo Ciragan lakes. Three hundred forty seven thousand casualties September nineteen fourteen. Second battle of the eighteen. Three hundred fifty five thousand casualties French versus Germans one hundred eighty two thousand poor Frenchman died in the mud one hundred sixty thousand poor Germans the sons of others. The the the the fathers of mud of children died in the mud for what? The battle of Kaluga nineteen fourteen four hundred and five thousand casualties mainly Serbians Serbian cost was so high. And we know nothing about it. Speaking of the Serbians in World War Two they rescued our airmen from the Nazis and Clinton rewarded the Serbians for that wonderful service to America by bombing Belgrade and destroying every bridge on the Danube. That's what we did to the Serbians are only allies in that area. We did it. So a pipeline could run through Kosovo, which was stolen from the Serbs but going back to World War One Gallipoli campaign. You may have seen a movie Mel Gibson, coal Gallipoli. The interesting part about that horror. We there were four hundred and seventy thousand casualties four seventy thousand casualties. And this was Winston Churchill's greatest military blunder. I battle in the mon- five hundred nineteen thousand casualties four to defend Paris from German capture. Battle of Galicia in Limburg six hundred and fifty five thousand casualties the Russians losing two hundred twenty five thousand men. Shall I go on because the numbers are not fathomable? You can't comprehend what that means when I say six hundred and fifty five thousand men died in one battle over a few day period. You say I don't know what that means. Well, each one was a man each one came from a town or a village or a city each one came from a mother's womb. Each one had loved ones each one died in the mud for nothing. Spring offensive KYW's shack Dorf offensive July nineteen eighteen one point five million casualties. The look I can't even read this because the numbers don't make any sense. The casualty by the number of casualties by the numbers here in America. We rightly so get upset if. A single soldier a shot in the back by one of our good Afghani friends, as we should could this country ever survive, these kinds of numbers. No, never we could not. So world will one is a very significant war for number of reasons from my point of view. It was an axe. I call it the accidental war, and I've called it the accidental war for years because it's award that didn't have to happen. But for the eagles of old men. We all know, it started with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, we learned that in high school. Well, okay, Milwaukee why should millions of men die because of that why would England and France and Germany and the United States, and then all of the countries associated with Great Britain all the Canadian boys who died in the mud for nothing. The Australian boys died in the mud for nothing. The New Zealand boys who died in the in the in the mud for nothing. Why what was the reason for it? There was no reason for World War One. And moreover moreover because of the armistice terms of World War One and the punishment of Germany the crazy insane punishment. At a at an international convention because of that Hitler was elevated to power to get even with what was done to Germany. The Germans voted for a Hitler to take back. What was stolen from the Germans that was before they were Nazi by the way. Remember that? Never forget were one Germany was not a Nazi nation. Never forget that those of you don't know history. It's very important you separate the two because right now you say Germany's Nazi well now, not Nazi Germany. So Germany because of the horrible horrible horrible treatment was subjected to what the treaty of precise so-called where Germany was cut up things were stolen from Germany. The reparations broke Germans Germany's economy, the nation was plunged into bankruptcy, people were starving to death because of what was done to Germany after world one because of that and the social turmoil Hitler came along and was elevated from. Zero to the thousand year Reich, which of course, thank God didn't manifest, and the reason jumping the World War Two it didn't manifest is. Because the average man defeated the superman, the Eddie's I talk about the Eddie's now who are castigated by Maxine Waters. The who were hated by Nancy Pelosi. The Eddie's was spit upon by Dianne Feinstein the way she spit upon cabin or her Eddie her personal Eddie. The Eddie's who are spit upon by the Obamas, the eddies or reviled by the vermin in the media. You want me to get started? I just did. I just got started. But I haven't gotten finished yet. You want to know where I'm coming from just listen, a little more carefully. Because it doesn't take one show for you to know where I'm coming from. It takes many years of listening to a man to know where he's coming from. Oh, you can take a snapshot of something any man says and make him into what he isn't. I've had it happen to me by the garbage. That's in the media. I know the filth in. This media is the worst on the planet. They deserve to be arrested. Most of them for what they've done to this country. You think what was done to that a Coster? He's done in the cost the cost of the truth. He's a customer the dignity of the word journalism. He's an Castro the presidency. He's just a symptom and a symbol of everything wrong with the lowlifes who go into the journalistic profession. It's a profession worst than the world's oldest profession because at least with the world's oldest profession. You got something for your money. And now to the calls on the Savage Nation. Let's see what we have here. Talk about so many different topics and. Great topics here. Let's start with number one page number one. I'm going to go down the list. So you would think no one's listening veterans. They say, Mike. Why don't you take day off? Mike was offer four days, and it wasn't an eternity. I enjoyed every minute of it. That's right. I become a new man the old man the same old person. I was that. I was all the years. I was just writing books, and why was a consultant lived again, I was much happier than I am on the radio. I can live without radio. Believe me, I learned that I can do it again. And I'll tell you about the things I did the walks. I took in San Francisco, I could talk about the human feces and the bumps, but I could also not talk about the human feces in the bums. I mean, I don't lose the set for the frame of the frame from the set. I look at the painting. I don't look at the frame. So when I see the beautiful architecture, my city the city, I love so much and I talk about coming past the embark Darrow. The market their own stores down there. And there are two street officers on on the street out there one in uniform, one plain clothes, and I stop and chat. Because one of them says, hey savage, and I'm not that recognizable by the way because I'm in radio come up and say Hello. And this big strapping officer and another guy on the cover toughest nails. And I asked him why are you outside these stores? What's happening? They said, oh, the gangs are coming in from Oakland cleaning out the stores, they come in ten fifteen of them with shopping bags, and they just sweep the goods into a shopping bag. That's because of the wonderful wonderful judges in San Francisco, the wonderful judges just a notch below the journalists in America. Ask the cops with after put up within the city, the broken car windows, the assaults that they can't arrest on. The shoplifting that is epidemic. In San Francisco where a store must have armed guards in front of it. You're not gonna see this in your local paper, which is a mimeographed sheet of the Willie Brown camera Harris machine. A propaganda. She put out by the one party system asked the street officers about what they put up with and after they arrest people who break into these stores and clean them out. What these rotten filthy, stinking bums and black robes do the stench from the benches making me clench said that a long time ago, but it's gotten worse. But I enjoyed my walk around. San Francisco started at the Darrow went up California street, which actually I didn't this time. I did a different walk, no north beach. I went over to union square. I show the ice skaters are love this time of year. They put in the ice rinks down by the Levi by the ice in union square. Then they have another one down where I go the other place. I like to see people ice skating, it brings back happy feelings to me Currier, an is and all that stuff, and I looked at the buildings that I look at the ice skaters, and I see the expert ice skaters. I see the kids wobbling around on the skates, and I see the teenage girls helping their friends who've never skated pulling them along. It's beautiful just fantastic. Then there's the big Christmas tree. And then there's the garbage part of the walk across the street of the bums in the union outside two of the greatest hotels in the city making noise. Banging, drums, banging, drums, and screaming. Twenty four hours a day to disturb the people in the hotel because these bums in the union don't get what they want and they disturb everyone in the hotel around the clock. That's San Francisco the good the bad and the ugly. And then I continue up Powell street, which goes straight up the hill right up the hill to knob hill trolley car track. And as I walk. I look at the architecture of the city the old and the new architecture, particularly likely French architecture from the period of nineteen ten when apparently there's a great influence of French architecture here, the buildings are fabulous. It's like a piece of Paris. And then I stop into a bar. That's from Belgium that I didn't even know existed on a back alley and it's happy hour because it's early and Belgium beers for five dollars. And I don't take any because I didn't want to drink that day. But I continue up the hill because I like being in the bar anyway, whether outta drink or not, and then I pop into the university club, and I have another water. And again, I was just having a drink because I don't want to drink. And then I go down Powell street, I cut over into Chinatown. And then I make a big mistake. I'm feeling so good from the walk that I pass through Chinatown, and I see the little stores that remind me of my childhood in New York. Where my great my grandfather. I never met was a tailor. And there's so many small businesses in Chinatown, and you see the families whole families in these stores..
"tannin" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Good enough, says tannin leader Monique Johnson Transferred, to other developing the Johnson says in some cases the staff involved in the after hours parties put in for overtime state Senator Jeff Klein doubt that they did, anything wrong Offer them to be. Fired, Niger spokeswoman. Calls the allegations troubling saying there have been longstanding concerns about throngs neck houses management and let the investigation continues Al Jones ten ten wins news wins news, time eleven oh four the flag of, the White House was returned to full staff this morning and. Then lowered, back to half staff after an outcry from a number of, Democrats Republicans and veterans organizations. Correspondent Karen Travers late Monday afternoon the, flag on top of the White House once again flying at half staff to market passing of Senator John McCain President Trump facing fierce backlash the flag was lowered late, Saturday night but it stayed that way for just over twenty four hours on Monday the American Legion and the VFW urging the. President issue a, proclamation that flags, across the nation fly at half staff until McCain is buried this, weekend as, a way to honor his legacy of service Earlier this evening the president made a comment on, the late Senator we very much appreciate everything that Senator McCain has done for a country so thank you Was Mr. Trump's first public comments about McCain since. The senator's death on Saturday the president's spoke at a White House dinner, for evangelical leaders vice president Pence will speak memorial service at the capital on Friday the Senator will lie in state Friday at the capitol rotunda former presidents George W Bush and Barack Obama will speak at a memorial service Saturday at the National Cathedral in Washington members of the public will be able to pay their respects at the Arizona state capital, on Wednesday and of the US capital on Friday. In the Senate chamber McCain's desk has been draped in black adorned with. A white rose Wins news time eleven oh six President Trump has announced. The US, and Mexico have agreed to some changes in NAFTA the North. American Free trade agreement we made it much simpler much better. Much better from both countries no word. Yet whether Canada the third country NAFTA will agree to the changes. Canada's foreign minister Christina Freeland is cutting short her trip to. Europe correspondent Mike Cremedas Freeland will fly to the nation's capital on. Tuesday after the Trump administration and Mexico said they reached a preliminary accord, to end and replace the North American Free trade agreement the administration still needs to negotiate with Canada the third party in NAFTA to become part of the new trade accord Mike Cremedas Washington governor Cuomo has signed an executive order on speed.
"tannin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The past on the south side tell you about that in a moment but will this be more like a recent blast from the past the bulls signed jabari parker who started simeon was lucky buck second pick in two thousand fourteen and then torres acl twice he gets a one year deal plus an option worth around forty million the bucks rescinded their qualifying offer to parker because he really didn't want to play for them anymore but he didn't wanna play for the bulls and they wanted him gm gar forman calling about perfect fit that remains to be seen that the six eight small forward did average twelve and a half points and twenty four minutes playing thirty one games last season he averaged twenty during a healthy two thousand fifteen the nineteen ninetythree white sox made the playoffs but lost to the blue jays and six games and they're well represented on the south side today celebrate the twenty fifth anniversary of the team jack mcdowell throughout the first pitch to ozzy guinean and the two thousand eighteen socks now nearly as good are underway albeit a few minutes late because of rain rinaldo lopez on the hill promptly gave up a two run homer in kyle hendricks will be on the mild tonight in san diego with the cubs go for a second straight win over the padres the one last night's game four and tannin anthony rizzo played a key role going over nineteen at the leadoff rather it over nineteen he was in the leadoff role collected three hits including the one that tied the game in the night pirates leading the brewers again now two to one in the six if they lose milwaukee does the council being first place by half game she had won seven wimbledon titles but after missing last year's event while pregnant serena williams was playing for an eighth but lost angelique kerber in straightsets obviously disappointing but i can't be disappointed it you know i have so much look forward to i'm literally just getting started so i look forward to it meanwhile novak djokovic outlasted rafa nadal in their semi final match which took two days and over five hours to complete jovovich winning ten eight the fifth annual face kevin anderson tomorrow you'll only golf coach mike small remains to shots out of the lead of the senior players championship in highland park laura davies now four shots in front of the women's senior open and on your home for the bears george off newsradio seven eighty one zero five point nine fm the world cup on fox.
Former Trump aide Flynn eager to get to sentencing, lawyer says
"Live from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston federal appeals court judge brad kavanagh is making the rounds on capitol hill as president trump's nominee to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy on the us supreme court joining senate majority leader mitch mcconnell for a photo op vice president mike pence expressed optimism about the upcoming senate confirmation process we look forward to working closely with you later to advance the senate's proper role and considering judge brad kavanagh senate republicans are pushing for a final confirmation vote by november democrats want to wait until after the midterm elections lawmakers are split along ideological lines about kavanagh's nomination conservative say he's a qualified jurist but as julie robin reports liberals worried cavenaugh may shift the court further right and could help overturn key landmark rulings including roe versus wade he's had a couple of abortion related cases in front of him as a district court judge they've they're were pretty tangential he hasn't said much specifically about roe v wade at his confirmation hearing he said that it was a president he would follow but that's required for a lower court judge so that you wouldn't expect a lower court judge to say anything other than that julie rob ner reporting former trump national security adviser michael flynn has appeared in court for the first time since his guilty plea last year npr's carrie johnson reports flynn is preparing to be sentenced judge emmet sullivan called retired general michael flynn and prosecutors in to meet with him about next steps in the case a different judge took flynn's guilty plea from lying to the fbi last december insolvent says he had some discomfort at the thought of repairing a sentencing hearing for someone the judge had never met before rob calendar a lawyer for flynn says he's eager to bring this chapter of his life to a close flynn appeared tannin relaxed during the thirty minute hearing the judge directed flan and lawyers for special counsel robert muller to give him an update on august twenty fourth if nothing changes by then flynn could face sentencing and late october that shortly before midterm elections for congress carrie johnson npr news washington in northern thailand all twelve boys and their soccer coach are breathing fresh air for the first time in more than two weeks as michael sullivan reports divers pulled off the final rescues of the wild boars youth soccer team today the tiny vce facebook page was the first official confirmation we aren't sure if this is a miracle or science the post read but all thirteen wild boars are now out of the cave and safe they've been flown to chiang rai hospital to join the eight others rescued on sunday and monday the boys their coach and the seals who stayed with them in the cave will spend several days at the hospital under observation michael sullivan reporting from my side.
"tannin" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast
"Like yeah you could book and tell like it's not really super great in here you know but like that's not much better than what tannin did tannen just did it next avoid con and like told people about it so it got a little crazy but the first couple years of conventions are always rough because there's just a lot of stuff that comes up so i don't think it's i think it was on a bigger scale because of the circumstances but most first year vents anybody will tell you it's just like yeah kinda sucked so i mean you as an attendee maybe just skip that first year open the best but i don't think tana's event went necessarily so much worse than other first year vents was shut down will you think about first year vents right in like what we talk about how we don't go to them that's true right that curve brings the tanna grade from a deed like maybe the or something right 'cause it's like it is a first year event so i get i'm the the the videos of her going outside in the crowd and you know stuff like that they make me worried and it makes me frustrated because how many times do we see people do this and you know the potential potential consequences of doing something like that if there's a large crowd of people don't go out there and say i'm so sorry i can't like i can't hang out with you like it's not safe your n at to see people doing things that are unsafe is just a little frustrating because you and many people around you believe like it's going to be fine like they're just regular people but that's it's not it's not just looking when these things happen mike i'm glad that nothing happened but people need to be refunded tana's in the future please please put safety first and at least you tried true but i do feel for you guys that went in that are angry you can leave your experiences or your anger in the comments if you want to or if you're like madison i think madison is you know a little frustrated but you certainly not like she went to disneyland average she got bashes fine she's not like yelling screaming angry you know but he got her listening to talk about this we had something to offer worthwhile but yeah we want to say so hit us up on the comments fisher yeah how good week he saved and we'll see see you next week.
"tannin" Discussed on Unorthodox
"Interrupting not seen necessarily rude it's seen as engaged right that you don't wait for someone to finish what they're saying stop pause and then say with that was interesting here's my opinion instead you come in as they seem to be finished as they've made their point and this is something that you see all sorts of families is not as passionate as this is what passion is actually gauge actual life is latch discussion actual argument and by the way what deborah tannin found is that in jewish culture as oschkenat's jewish culture of a certain kind women do it as well as men that it's not necessarily gender highly gendered thing that women do it with each other that women with their sons with their husbands and vice versa so i pushed back on the facebook threat and i said wait a second if we really want to enforce a regime where nobody interrupts that is actually kind of hostile to certain aspects of our cultural heritage that that that might be fine at i'm going to stereotype here at like a piscopo church on the green in greenville south carolina anna or concord massachusetts but that actually if you step into a highly jewish community and say don't interrupt what you're saying is don't be as jewish in a way that some of you were raised you don't be you so i had a problem with that but listen maybe the answer is well times of change in that aspect of jewish culture i don't know the thing is i want to hear from the listeners i want a massive influx of points of view on this we will revisit it on a later show right to us unorthodox tablet mag dot com put interrupting the subject it doesn't throw up even call us or call us at nine one four five seven zero four eight six you both could get on the line and you could interrupt each other for the call try to keep it to a minute or under and we will revisit this on a later show muslim tops leo what do you have as as we record.
"tannin" Discussed on Talk Radio 570 KVI
"And vineyards of merlot and oh we had lynch power chateau lynch buyers two thousand twelve so washington has the best of call all the new world i guess that would be middle earth kind of thing you think about it we've got directness and structure of the best of both worlds because you've acid tannin you the winds that you want tannin but records the fruit and longevity so fun and of course we had two hundred sixty five wineries sorry two hundred and thirty five and sixty five restaurants i made it to about two hundred and ten wineries are two hundred wineries on the second day i was tasting a lot and spinning mostly kind of spinning backwards sometimes winds really good oh my overall impression was washington the quality has risen overall from whites to pinks to reds even the bubbles were good in everyone has learned with these challenging vintages we've had in the last six seven years ten eleven twelve and of course a wine is a journey take it from me inspiring master sommelier we have to try to remember the stuff we've learned and then think about the new villages that come along and the new wineries and the new winemakers in the idea of terroir and really when it comes down to it it has to be passionate about from the winemakers side you have to be passionate from the vineyard on and you have to be from the consumer side or the way and speaking of passion i got a cat here it was in studios name is gaylon krone he's the one of the partners the winemaker for long road winery let's just get to it hey gaylon happy hour i'm excited to be here thank you for having no saturday night we got some wine just you and me and the monorail hanging out here in the prestigious palace of the fourth avenue let's talk about you galen krone you were chatting up you moved to seattle in nineteen seventy nine seventy nine from sacramento california all right all right so you got out of so i'm tired of tomatoes let's get some apples exactly yeah what brought you seattle my parents i was i was sitting not a rogue uncle we there yet over there yet.