19 Burst results for "Tiffin"
"tiffin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Gracious to have that opportunity and he's given us great access. And he let us talk to him before the game when he ran out against Mississippi state his first time to ever do it. Let me interview him coming out of the tunnel as they locked arms like they did in 2004, a journey here stadium against Texas a and M so he's been very gracious with his time of the access he's given us, but that's exactly who he is. And I don't think any of that's for show. I don't think any of that's for the camera. That's just what he is all about. And I do think that there is a path. Now it's not a direct path. I don't think it's the primary path. I think it's, it's going to take a couple of detours. If carnell Williams were to end up as auburn's head football coach, but I think he has people talking. I think he has people listening about the possibility of him being the head football coach when maybe that was first announced him as the interim. There was no possibility. That was just that he was a stop gap to the next head football coach. Paul, you get one, two, three guys turn this job down or just decide not to take this job. All of a sudden, I think Carnot Williams becomes a real option. And I think there are a lot of auburn fans that where she was the primary option. And I think that's part of it that also has to be taken into consideration. Cole cue book was your course on the call tomorrow night for all miss and Arkansas. Speaking of all myths, that's the name that so many people are associating with this job. You detect anything in your conversations with the almost staff this week or do you think they would be able or lane kiffin would be able to hide that pretty well having been down this road before? Paul, are you asking me if I can get a read on lane tiffin by sitting down and speaking with him? I'm hoping because I think you know the answer to that. It's absolutely not. Or yeah, you get a read that also includes 99 other reads of other things that link if it might be thinking about. I think he's focused on this game. I think he was absolutely laser focused for two weeks on Alabama and I think that's one that took him a little while to get over with. He stated that to us in our meetings. He wants to do something for the second consecutive year that had never been done at old miss before his tenure began. And that's when ten football teams in a regular season. And I think he understands that this is a good team that he has. It's one that has a chance to finish strong and regardless of what he decides to do down the road. He wants to make the best of what he has right now for his players. And he is a late chiffon is a guy with all the social media stuff and all the offense and the guru of this that whatever. He's someone who greatly cares about his players. And he wants good things in great things for them. So I have no read on what his future may be from him and sitting down and visiting with him and I'm not sure that even if I did have one that wouldn't be intentional by him to try to leave me off in four or 5 other different directions. So I think he wants to go in this football game. He's focused on that and he knows it's going to be tough. I mean, we're going to come into Fayetteville tomorrow and the temperature at kick-off is going to be on 22° and he admitted to us that his brain slows down the colder it gets. So I hope his friends at real tree have
"tiffin" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And I think we're still in a similar place as Cohen sort of works through candidates and does this research that I would be extremely surprised if the next armor coach doesn't come from that from that group of three. Now it's auburn, right? So crazy, crazier things have happened. But I would think that's there's nothing nothing has emerged in my reporting in the last week or two that has shown there's going to be there's going to be some type of distinct outlier that emerges. Now, on that grouping, Matt rule doesn't need to work. He's got plenty of money coming in from David tepper of the care a lot of Panthers. His name has also been linked to Nebraska. You know this guy pretty well. What do you think is in his thought process right now? Yes. I would think that Matt rule had just got fired by the Panthers is in listening mode right now and certainly certainly doesn't hurt to listen to anyone. My instinct Paul is that he doesn't coach in college football next season right now. I don't think he'll be the next coach at Nebraska and I think that when you look at his auburn candidacy, there's certainly did wonders at both temple and Baylor. You have to wonder if there would be leaning towards someone with a little more SEC experience and experience in the south. So yeah, there is I think there's an allure if you're Matt rule to staying out and then seeing this is not the best coaching cycle, right in terms of high, high end jobs. Especially if you've heard a last coaching cycle, which was by far and away in my time covering this. The most high end jobs that have ever opened. So I think you went from you went from a spigot being ripped open like a fire hydrant to just a little drip through a fit this year and then the reality is there's usually somewhere in the middle. They're usually one or two jobs that open every year where you can do an international championship where there was 5 or 6 last year and there might be one this year. So there is an advantage as we're seeing now in these coaching searches to when these tools are making these decisions in September, if you're sitting out, I want to say Jared Banco, what Georgia southern hired clay helped in November 1st last year, Charlotte obviously hired pogy yesterday. There's a huge advantage to be able to go in early because you can get to know the current team sort of recruit them so they all don't go to the portal. You can get the first dip in the portal of guys who obviously want to transfer before the semester to come back and you can get a signing class. So that's a massive. The way these rules are designed now is a massive strategic advantage. For athletic directors to fire their coach early in bringing those early. I'm actually somewhat shocked. They're having been more hiring considering how many coaches were fired early because it's just weeks of an advantage is just it can reshape a roster and almost like save you a year. It's an interesting moment in time and how the cycles have evolved all with the new rules and all the changes we've seen in the sport. Finally, Pete Tamil here. So Pete almost has a game egg bow on Thanksgiving night. So kiffin is not going anywhere in terms of championship games. So he would be eligible. You mentioned research. I mean, by now, I would think John Cohen's been on the job long enough to know what which way the wind is blowing. If those are indeed his candidates, I think, would you or would you not agree? It's more whether lane kiffin wants this job. That's a good question, Paul. I just honestly don't know, don't know the answer to that. I do think we are due. I often say the sport bends for you to have material and this is just a mere notion of lane kiffin going to auburn. I mean, that has to just perk a smile on your face. And the fact that he'd be leaving another SEC school to go there, I think old miss wisely would do anything they can to keep him. So there will be there will be there will be high stakes, but I think if you're hiring lane tiffin, there's some he's had some stops and some things. I mean, didn't you get him fired on a runway Paul? Isn't that what he likes? Pete that's what he claims. Okay. I've heard him, I've heard him say that in the past. So yeah, it's never boring at auburn. And this is certainly going to be one of the more of the more fascinating ten day two week stretches here to see where to see where they do end up landing for their next head coach. Pete Hamill, always great to join us from ESPN. Thank you very much, Pete. We head to the break. We will head west later on and try to figure out what peach is referenced on the rose bowl and also one of the biggest pack 12 weekends, maybe in modern time. You
"tiffin" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Now. Never coming back. Me with you. Oh, the best food in the world. Oh my, I want to go to this guy's. I like how he takes the bread out. Oh, I don't know what that is, but is that a top a nudge? I don't know what the hell is. It's an onion. It looks like maybe you just throw some stuff on. It was laying on. No, this is not fancy. This is not pretty. This is a sandwich. There you go. Oh, that's perfect. That's perfection. Isn't it? Okay. I think it does need a spread of some sort. That's the olive oil. It has a pesto on one of them. Put a lot of pesto. Oh, okay. All right, I'm sending this to Hank. Because Hank's got twice as many followers, but he's going to say amateurs. Amateurs. Well, the T-shirt and the accent help. He doesn't edit, it's just one shot. But given that he doesn't really put any work into it, he just got a half a million followers. I think he's doing okay. He doesn't look like a man who edits. This I'm not editing. Mister aunt Pruitt, your pick of the week. All right, if you're looking at my camera right now, I have what's called a pro mist filter on the loans. And what that does is basically soften my image because yes, we want a lot of pretty pixels in the image to be crispy and so forth. But some of these cameras, they have you a little too sharp. Yeah, yeah. This filter will just soften it a little bit and it'll also help the lights bloom, such as that one behind me. Makes it bloom a little bit. And it'll look a little bit better. You can get this one from tiffin, that's the one that I use. And they're not cheap. I recommend the one 8th. If you go with one fourth or bigger, it starts to get a little too sort of hazy looking. And for those to say, hey, that thing is too expensive. Moment as recommended by one of our club twit members, he recommended the moment cine bloom, which looks like it does the same thing when it's just a couple bucks cheaper. Well, moments are made for camera phones. Well, they have some, they have a DSLR. Oh, they do. Oh, all right. Oh yeah, look at that. So it gets the lights to bloom more. I find if I just breathe.
"tiffin" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"The person I'm eager to hear from more than anyone else, okay? Is Greg sankey. The SEC commissioner, because that's the guy. Along with maybe gene Smith, the Ohio State Athletic director, and a couple other people who can get together and say, what about doing this ourselves? Because if we're waiting for the NCAA to do something, if we're waiting as Nick Saban said the federal government to do something, this thing's going to keep spinning way out of control. And we don't need a food fight. On our hands. So what did Greg sankie do yesterday? He told everyone to shut up. And sanctioned both coaches, a public reprimand was issued to Sabin and then to Fisher as well. Saying we need a public criticism of any kind does not resolve issues and creates a distraction from seeking solutions. We need to work together to find solutions that and that will be our focus at the upcoming SEC spring meetings I'd love to be a fly on that wall. Because I'll tell you what, the answer is we need to do this ourselves. We can't wait for anyone else. We're going to do it here first and maybe other conferences we'll see what they're construct is and match it. Very good. And then once they match it and they're going to be aligned, then maybe two, three years down the road, it'll be just like, let's just figure it out. How about this? Ohio State plays Alabama. You know, how about USC plays Michigan? Right? How about how about LSU plays Clemson? And then suddenly you've got, that's what you got. And then just like the NFL, where you play teams within your division, AKA conference, and teams outside of your division. Or AKA conference, that's why college football is going to go? But in the meantime, I guess a sankey slap on the wrist. A sankey slap has been issued? Our friend Dan Patrick, who show proceeds ours, and we'll see them at the sports Emmys on Tuesday night. And in New York City, Paul papst tweeted out that they had lane tiffin on lined up, but lane was told by the SEC. We're not talking right now. Oh. It's a Paul tweeted out? Interesting. Lane was all set up to appear on peacock on Dan's show and his radio network? And then that's the end of that. The sankey slap, the shanky shh, the sankey shh. Because it does not suit, I guess that was a name image and dislike. That it did not help the SEC yesterday. Let's not talk about Fight Club. Let's not do this. It's ugly, it doesn't help anything, and all we need to do is sit in a room and figure this thing out ourselves because we're not doing this anymore. And then once they figure it out, someone else is going to westwards presents their special report on the 104th PGA Championship. Sponsored by Ferguson. It's like free agency with no sound. And I don't blame Nick for suddenly having an issue about this sort of thing. As he said at this stage of my career I don't care what people think. He's 70. He knows the next coach of Alabama whenever that person Iran will have to deal with a completely different world. He's trying to go back to the previous world while saying, I don't mind it if the players got theirs. Knocked in four putts from days. It's over. It's really difficult. So what you realize is that the better it is for everyone. You won't have a food Thomas and figure it out, and people is not going to do it. And senator Scottie scheffler announced in the federal government to figure it out either right on the cut line at the moment. Figured out for themselves the southern construction westward once. No more say hello to my little friend and College Station. Man. Jimbo had his shot to just pull back the curtain. Instead, he just he towed up he strolled up to the line. He looked over and he kind of kicked some dirt on the line. And then it didn't happen. So, do you know what we're going to take a break in our first guest today? Is none other than Jarvis Landry? The juice. Yeah. He's going to be joining us. He's a New Orleans saint. Him a lava Camara Michael Thomas. Hello. Before excuses for Jameis. And George kittle will be joining us. He's got his second year of the tight end university that he and Kelsey and Greg Olson now apparently the new number one voice with Kevin burkhardt at Fox until Tom Brady decides to stop playing football. He will be joining us George kettle on the program. As well. And speaking of a sport with free agency, but no cap baseball. We'll talk about that with Jeff passing. You've got a what's more likely Christopher. It's more likely. As we always have on a Friday, you've got a big ass grab bag, TJ Jefferson? I do. I do. Okay. And then all we need is just you, 8 four four two O four rich number to Donald here on the program. Jarvis Landry. He's got that Florida Lee on.
"tiffin" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"The very first thing he said, I mean, I don't indulge. I mean, I'm on the whole. I'm quite good at not being a gossipy type of person. I say that, but I do love reading old diaries. You know, famous diaries like the political dads of the 20th century, people like chips chairman, are Nicholson. I love those diaries, and in fact, but it is a sort of if you go back to pepys in a way, your gossiping about life in the 17th century. Yes. But I suppose it's as you said, it's kind of it's a safer world than the kind of contemporary kind, which is usually malicious, but we often talk, don't worry about how the dictionary loves a gossip because clearly it's so full of insults and it's so full of words that, you know, oh, look at them doing this that and the other. So clearly is enshrined both in English dialect and in the English dictionary. So clearly we've always been a nation of gos, I think. Is that a dictionary definition between afternoon tea and high tea? Oh. Because after you tea, I think of as being cucumber sandwiches, egg sandwiches may be tomatoes sandwiches, and cakes, scones, that's afternoon tea. High tea, I think of us as having your Welsh rabbit. Okay. Something cool. And do they all precede supper? Yes, they do. I think high tea might be as it were, would you have in the afternoon if it's going to be a late supper? If you're going to a dance, a bold you might have high tea at about 5 o'clock. Okay. And you get change. You got for the dance, then you'd have supper late at night, but of course some people I think had dinner first before supper. But I just wonder if the dictionary gives us a definition for high tea. Yeah, I'm looking at now in the OED. So the first reference is that it has his 1787, and it says in British Australian and New Zealand English, it is a meal eaten in the late afternoon or early evening. Typically consisting of a cooked dish, bread and butter and tea. And then there's a little note underneath saying if a male meal in the evening more commonly called just tea. So that makes sense. There are quite a few quotes here as one, for example, in the girl's own magazine, 1884, for people who are not in the habit of giving dinner parties high tea is a capital institution. Very good. So yeah, I mean, I love this kind of very rare, wonderful tease where you go to somewhere very posh remember taking my mom to the Ritz. And then we went to the Savoy fatigue and we did all the cakes and everything and that was a real treat. It is a treat. Tell me about the word tiffin. What's even is from Indian English, really, and I think was brought back as a part of the empire. So tiffin is, I mean, I think nowadays, it just means a sort of small snack really, doesn't it? Whereas if you took Tiffany in the olden days, I think you took lunch. It was a light midday meal. Oh, oh, fun. I thought it was like high tea. I thought it was an afternoon thing. Oh, no, I think but it comes from the tiff, which was to take a little drink or a sip, which is definitely Anglo Indian usage. I mean, today, tiffin carrier is somebody who transports meals it works so hard and transport hundreds and hundreds of meals to offices, et cetera..
"tiffin" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"Just just throwing this out there. If the money has changed things, where if you're going to hire a new coach and the expectation is that the coach at that particular school like the ones we talked about earlier will be making 5, $6 million that that's a huge jump for an FCS coach. And you're not going to you just don't, you're not sure enough about an FCS coach making that jump to hand over that amount of money and all the guarantees and everything that comes with it. What is it like Chris climbing is going to be buying the levels and I mean, no, I mean, I don't know. If it were, it's just you think it's even more of a gamble now because there's more to higher stakes. Because then if it's a disaster, you're going to pay 15, 20 million have to buy them out. Whereas if Akron hires an FCS coach and it doesn't work out, it's not a, there's not as much at stake there. I'm just saying that's not my head. I could be totally wrong. I don't know. People have hired NFL NFL coaches, you know, like and, you know, Notre-Dame hired Charlie Weiss, you'd never been a college coach. I mean, I'd rather be forced. There's been some hires. I mean, Colorado state frankly would have been better off hiring FCS coach than the coach that they hired for one. You know, some of those really dumbfounding ones. I would guess the ripple effect is because there's going to be so many jobs that come open and the dominoes at play, that you will see from FCS coaches get hired at the group of 5 level, but power 5 would surprise me. Okay, next question from Ben Gerber. It's a little on the same tone of this stew. Question, would you rather have the power 5 coaches from the state of Mississippi, leach and lane tiffin or the one from the state of Oregon? March crystal and Jonathan smith. Great tag team. A little tag team thing. I know who I'd pick in a tag team fight and this. That's a great question. I think I go kiffin and leech because of and I think Jonathan smith's on a fantastic job at Oregon state, so I'm not dismissing him. But, you know, with kif and leach, longer track record, especially with leach. Frankly doing better at mississip than I necessarily expected. Of those forgotten or Mario Cristobal has taken order into a rose bowl to turn around FIU so I don't want to dismiss that. But of the four, you could argue that the most proven one at this point is leach. Yeah, no doubt. I mean, given what he did at Texas tech, very good question from Ben Gerber. Do you think which side are you taking? I don't know. You know, like, Jonathan smith's done a really nice job at Oregon state and you listed what Mario's done. I don't know. I guess you could say there might be more upsides with the organ pair, like those are both coaches that feel like they're on the rise, although kiffin is as well. Yeah, I mean, leech is obviously a lot older and has been in coaching as a head coach as longer by himself than probably the two Oregon guys have combined. So. They don't know. I mean, if you were to ask me to rank those coaches in terms of upside, I would go the Oregon guys might have the one in four and or maybe the one in three. I don't know. Mike Lee has done a really good job at Mississippi. I mean, he just has he's done better this year than I thought he would to be honest. The most surprised to see they are favored in the egg bowl. I'm surprised by that too. There's actually been a couple of things where I'm like, am I reading this wrong, will like last week my upset special was Louisiana to beat liberty, and I'm like, why is liberty favored in this? The one that surprised me last week was Florida was an 8 and a half point favorite at Missouri. Commits the raging dumpster fire at Florida. I picked Missouri straight up and granted it took a two point conversion, but glad that I did. Let's do this last question from drew and Kyle island, South Carolina. A fellow is fun two weeks coming ahead. I'm wondering the possibility of two group of 5 teams making the new year 6 this year. If Cincinnati is running top four and loses a close game to Houston in the AAC title game, isn't there a possibility Cincinnati could still get a new year 6 at large? In addition to the guarantee group of 5 highest rated conference champion, that would either be likely UTS a San Diego state or she's done that at this point. Yeah, absolutely. I think since then it goes into the game number four. I don't think if they lose, I wouldn't think they would drop 8 spots for losing to a top 25 team. So as long as they stay in the top ten, then I would think they would go. And then probably Houston would be the highest ranked group of 5 champions. They give a big bump from that win. So.
"tiffin" Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over
"To drink slowly. Oh, maybe from England being there from colonizing the English, the English dominating the Indian subcontinent for so long. And trying to rule it. Very interesting. I wonder how he started to use that word. Well, that's always very interesting. If he studies war, the British and their experience in the subcontinent is something that many people are interested in reading about were often look into because there are so many successes and failures there. There's so much to be learned from arrogance and hubris and just different moments of vowel and different moments of cowardice. There's so much to be discovered there when you look at the two sides and the way they succeeded and failed. So often you'll just run across these great descriptions of the two cultures clashing and learning from each other or rejecting each other. So I wouldn't be surprised if tiffin came up and is reading. Yeah, yeah, absolutely. Well, thank you so much for your help. That's awesome. Yeah, thanks, thanks for calling. Really appreciate it. Bye bye. Now I have to go get Indian food, Martha. Well, before you do that, there's no connection with the idea of tiff being a little quarrel, right? No, as far as we know, there's no connection to the idea of tipping the quarrel. No. So it's just the two different one is the metal ten that holds the lunch and there's been the tiffin that is the lunch itself or the small light meal itself. Yeah. This goes back, at least 200 years. Now I have a word for those lunches I throw together. Carrot sticks and spaghetti. We call them American tapas in my house. Oh, that's nice. I like it. American toughness..
"tiffin" Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over
"Skills, wisdom and experience that an older person has amassed in their lifetime, world crime. World craft, that's nice. Isn't that nice? It was around an old English and then it sort of laid dormant for a long time. And then was a revived, at least a little bit in the 19th century. Worldcraft. Oh, I do like that. That's a nice summary of everything that you know. Yeah, world craft. I can see that being used in obituaries or eulogies. Yeah. Or video games. 8 7 7 9 two 9 9 6 7 three. Hey, there you have a way with words. Hi. My name is Nick spiker, and I'm calling from San Antonio, Texas. Oh, welcome, Nick. What's up? What's on your mind, Nick? Yeah, so I wanted to ask about a word. Tiffin, it's a word my dad used to use when we were younger, maybe I was 5 or 6. My brother was a little older. And on the weekends, he would make us lunch. And he would say, like, hey, we're having tiffin and we'd be like, yay, we always loved it, but it would be kind of a meal that he would put together just with whatever was available like leftover spaghetti or just carrot sticks or just a kind of a mishmash of things collected from the kitchen and the cupboards and put together on plates. And I've never heard the word again. He doesn't know where it came from. So I was curious if you knew anything about tiffin and what the history of that word is. Leftover spaghetti and carrot sticks, that sounds like a meal. It's so interesting, particularly for kids. That's not a bad thing kids get the best choice in their carbs in there. Not too much complaining. All right, so let me ask you some questions about your dad. Did he spend any time in South Asia?.
"tiffin" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Two-way enough. If gary you know as well as i that's the most embarrassing moment you can have as you invited a guy into your you know and and let them take a ceremony It's only happened a few times and It's never good when it house. Because that's just sits there as a potential racketeering conspiracy charge down the road if they could prove that guys that are not under dighton. Were kicking money back. Two guys read at that ceremony. That's problem and that's we're watching four here. So far has been no proof that that happened So it'd be interesting to see kind of how this develops down the road. If it does come out. Gary we'll have another episode to come back and talk to allow theon. Maybe play a little bit of the tape around that that'd be cool endless at us. Tiffin my hat jerry. This was a nice get by. Jerry has hundred sources up and down the east coast including in philadelphia and a lot of new york. Obviously because that's where he's basically a. But i'm telling you listen. He gave me a courtesy called me before he said i got a pretty interesting piece in my wanna see them. I didn't you the details jacket on. And he was very very gracious about it not gloating or anything like that just to give me a little heads up at softwares committee. I probably should have you know. I everybody spent about twelve fourteen years in that world and and with us attorney fbi agents and to get that kind of information from somebody you had He had to have a real deep throat's source but all on one hand but he'll never right but on the other hand sometimes. They'll li little tidbit like that out. Because they want to build a little press two for the for the spring the brig case out there. You wanna kinda get a little interest. In order order whether tickling wire wire oh recording recording to people and they want them to start talking at it draft draft with you..
"tiffin" Discussed on Proof
"Justice in this world. When i was in college. I took a geography of food. Class it was the first time i learned about what it takes to get fresh bhutto population and about how persistent food deserts are. In the united states. One thing became clear though. Food is geography and food choices are closely linked with your place on the map and that your place on the map in turn is often dictated by your class race or socioeconomic status so finally. I want to understand why. I thought being south indian was such a special signifier of being vegetarian. The regionality of vegetarianism actually pretty important. To throwback to dr ray formations of states in india is closely linked with the spread of vegetarianism places in which the state formed. And this is. We're talking about say five hundred. See the common era to almost fifteen hundred In terms of the common era vegetarianism spreads which stage formation and the melting off these heterodox religion which is buddhism antagonism and hinduism. This means that as india's map is being drawn. The ethos of upper caste vegetarianism is being written into the power structures so encoded into the very fabric of the nation is the dichotomy of cleanliness and the persistent idea that those who eat meat are dirty and unworthy of dignity and in present day india. The most powerful states are in northern and western india. Its power is quite literally dominating the discourse but what's missing is a clear reason why south indians are associated with vegetarianism because data does not support that assumption. Psychotic with dr ray again. He said there are two reasons. Wine involves prestige around the eighth century. Brahmins migrated south and east at the invitation of rulers in local elites and remember. Rams are much more vegetarian than other groups so even if they are a minority group. Food habits are desirable so brandon culture though. A minority in parts of southern india have high prestige because brad came as elite migrants vague. Different from working class migrants way different from for migrants. These were basically ritual experts. Think of them as it specialists of the aid in the ninth century the second reason involves my beloved dosa. Many arcs of southern indian culture especially food culture that we know like those verti- italy which is often associated with a different culture. Which comes out of would be City in fanatic ups which has temple complex and has become ubiquitous in india and abroad. Tiffin's are circular lunchboxes and they usually have three to four stacking compartments there similar to bento boxes in that they exist to carry homemade food. The types of food that you would pack. No tiffen like doses. And italy's are made from prevented does and are more durable. This wasn't especially attractive quality before the advent of refrigeration. So what also helped spread the idea that south indian food is. Vegetarian is the commercialization of tiffen culture by global indian. Chain restaurants. Like theravada bevan. But i live in the united states. I have access to just about any i want. I'm not limited by geography. So now that. I'm done unpacking all the reasons why i thought i was vegetarian. I have to conclude. I'm not vegetarian for any good reason. Other than it's what i've known. Does that mean. I'm living an unexamined life to shutting down an entire segment of food. Do me to service when it comes to understanding who i am. According to dr ray. The first generation of immigrants often stick pretty closely with the food habits. They developed in their homelands. It's the second generation my generation that to drop the dietary nuances. Their parents might've brought over into the new country. Shayla kapoor is a journalist who in nineteen wrote a piece for the new times about how her food choices helped her navigate. The shifting pieces of her identity i think on on the surface. The story is really about It's kind of simple story about my dad. And i and an experience where we had family visiting from india and we at the time were not vegetarian and our family strict vegetarians and so we were not telling them that we ate meat and after many weeks of entertaining and not eating meat. My dad and i snuck out to get a burger at a deeper level. It's about culture identity and the idea of what identity means in america and being a first generation. American shayla is much tearing again and for a reason that fits perfectly with what i've been trying to understand about my own relationship with food and identity. Her daughter took a logical reasoning class and concluded. There was no reason to eat meat. So sheila and her family also decided to stop eating meat. It's practical and demonstrated a thoughtful response to question she had. I've wanted to practice more intent with my choices so the solution is to for once make a choice. I think i've been reluctant to fully engage with emits around my own budgetary newsham. Because like i said. I thought it would be somehow alienating shayla understood this feeling i think there's a difference between connecting to the religion of india versus just connecting to the culture of india. And i struggle with that a little bit too. Which is i think what. I often go through my mind. Like what does indian mean and does indian. Am i indian. I still have the size indian. Or just american. And i. I think what it is what it has become for me. I take a lot of the things that i like about the culture that i may like about the religion and i incorporate those things into my life but i don't incorporate all of the other things and i think when i think about your story i think about you know. Would you have been vegetarian if you weren't indian when you were born. Maybe maybe not. It's actually rare. That an interviewee turns around and asks the interviewer such a meaningful question. Because no i had not thought about if i would be a vegetarian. If i hadn't been born indian at this point. The reason i betcha -tarian is literally just. Because i happen to have parents born in a certain place at a certain time in india. My mom hadn't considered the question. Either think it'd be vegetarian weren't in. I don't think so because again. It's being which is a cultural thing if i was in a different culture and that culture ate meat. Yeah i would be eating. And i've been trying to answer these questions myself and i've been trying to do it by actually seeing what happens when i personally interrogate uninterrupted food. Habit tied up in my identity. So since speaking with tj for this story. I've been eating began while reporting the story. I had to face the fact that all the reasons. I built my vegetarian. Identity around didn't hold up scrutiny. What if there's one thing. I'm sure of food is identity so i'm crafting new one one that i hope reflects a new commitment to compassion and intent. This has been really hard because let me be clear about something. I love cheese. I love eggs cream too. Literal favorite foods but thank god. Those are vegan actually most of the food. My mom makes his vegan though. Tragically in deserts are largely made with dairy products. Being vegan has mostly been okay and no doubt. I spend a lot of time warning. The things i can't eat anymore like birthday cake or grill to leumi or g but i.
"tiffin" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Win back to back to back competitions. Tiffany wins and put sarabeth on the blog. Clara wins dethrones. Tiffany puts sarabeth about on the block again. And then hannah wins veto to sarah to keep sarabeth on the block. And all three will be voting. Her out assuming cleric vote or would vote. Whatever it's pretty it's pretty good is pretty funny. I'm really happy that she i. I'm not a big sarah hater. I feel for her. I think that she showed some real talent in the beginning of the season and just got a little bit blinded. I'm not saying she's been players. I mean i there waiting for a sound drop. is there something. You'd just be joining the ranks of jacob jones. Yeah i'm a. I'm a sarabeth. Empathize are as a person. Like i genuinely. Don't think that there's really anyone in this season who i was like. Horrible horrible can't stay. I mean there's there's like the fun villains of that. I was really glad just got like kicked out super. Early like brent. That was fun. But and and i think it's fine to like dislike sarabeth Choices she's made in the game. I think that's fine or to like find her Not not the the most entertaining person. But i don't think that she's like a bad person. I don't think that we need to be hating on her. And i i think it's like from like scripted content sense. It's funny to see this happen to her in she made a bad choice is being told by highland oats fine. Don't worry about it. It's going to be a great choice. Woo telltale sign of an all time. Bad decision is getting evicted the following week. So you know it's. It's good that it happened because we needed this finality to the to the terrible move. Yeah and. I think that there's like a little bit of a difference between people like you know raven who has been also blinded by alliances and stronger players and certain people in the house where they believed that. They're doing something well because they're being told that they are to the point where it's like. Open your eyes. This is sonar narayan the and when you start talking and acting like you've been a puppet master manipulator of the game when it's just anything but i don't think the sarabeth i think sarabeth has like a healthy amount of feeling like the choices she's making may or may not actually be right. I think there's times where she gets in her head like okay. I'm being told. This is good so i must be good right. Ha ha america getting rid of your boy and then she's like never mind this is. This is not great. Plus if i was in the house in week after week getting you know fifty bucks i would also be like. Okay screw it. I guess we're just we're just gonna try to where i'm already hated what what's more can be like. Honestly america can wipe there but with the locks no fee. I have a middle school crush on america so i would never say something like that because even if they don't like me that doesn't mean that i don't like them okay. The other thing about the pov real quick quiz that it seems like exurbia did like really badly and he is a little bit upset about that and the women are a lot more like. Hey you thought that you guys were running the alliance but all of our times better than you. So i don't know about that you're actually had talked about. Potentially throwing this veto hoping that the island would win as opposed to win and if thailand one it would just piss everybody off even more which would be great. Yeah and kyle and came in third. Thank you was only a couple of seconds behind sarabeth so it was. It was close ish. It's hard to tell twenty. Three seconds doesn't seem super close but depends on the competition. So i there's there's some talk around the the veto win exhibit talks to tiffany. Tiffany tells them she doesn't really think it makes sense for the beautiful to be used this week. He agrees but when he talks to hannah. He says yeah so. You shouldn't use the veto and she's like oh you don't want me to use it on you. He's like well i mean. Obviously i'd love to come off but it doesn't. It doesn't make sense to me. She's like well. I wanna use it. Oh really yeah. Oh well okay. She's like yeah. Yeah i just wanted to check in with with tiffin guy. I is a all right jerk. Yeah she wants to check in with people and potentially use it on him. I think her her reasoning is okay. Actually when she thinks about it. I mean so. A lot of it has to do.
Alex Tiffin Reports Differences Between British and U.S. Evacuation From Afghanistan
"So there is an A reporter, an independent journalist by the name of Alex Tiffin, who's been reporting from sources at Kabul. Kabul airport. Karzai airport down there in the city. And this is really again disappointing, if true, extremely disappointing. Apparently, the UK is using some of their special forces teams to go out into the city to grab British citizens. Um Irish citizens and Candidly, anyone else they can get to bring them to the airport for evacuation. According to this reporter again, Alex Tiffin. I'm just reading that he has a little bit of a following. Are U. S management, military management on the ground, not the soldiers. I want to be clear, not the soldiers, Marines and armored military personnel. But our management on the ground won't let our forces do the same. And in his words, the soldiers on the ground who you know, in a minute would go out and get our people. In his words are quote incandescent about it with rage. Folks, I I really hope that's not true. But the guys threatened his reporting has been pretty spot on over the
"tiffin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I agree agree greg norman. Having like a. That's why anchorman was just such a blessing Forget that i wasn't in it but got four. It introduced me to you so i will forever be grateful for that. So thanks buddy. Thanks for doing this. I love you love. Love you too okay. do you serve happened. Champ who abby. That is hard to do. You need to like you just shit so hard that you almost Keel over he. That's how much she that's why he spends sweaty. He gets when he does south. Gross gives so it was truly like sad. You were like. I put on ear headphones and like you were down surrounded. And he goes there wet they were. I always knew he was. I mean they would tell you that. I mean the way he performed. I know he is it. Be weird as they work wet. He's just so dynamic and we didn't really talk much about this but he he was very kind to do a character. He calls a jerrell tiffin's He did it with a friend of his gerald gerald naked trucker act. They used to at largo. If you're familiar in los angeles they used to do it. I it was such a fun show. And you'd see everybody there at the show. It was shut appetite. And all those guys would go but it was He played this of like Hillbilly character. Did you almost say something else redneck. Yeah that's bad now. It is bad it doesn't seem like it should be that pan 'cause redneck just modern. You're out in the sun a lot right but it's spit joined stands for it's come to mean somebody uneducated. Yes so it is. I guess bad. I thought he was joking about that. Zoom roast company that. He was starving for a while. I thought it was like a long weird. It's like that where you would just pop into. Someone's zoom pay like interrupting and then i realized. Oh this is a real thing and then kind of. That's a good idea it is it is..
"tiffin" Discussed on Embedded
"Consistently so much that it's like you obsessive and it's one direction of connecting that almost in other ways you're having difficulties in connecting. I don't know if that makes sense. I feel myself or my own performances. You know like where you put your whole heart and such a certain direction of socializing and and direction they almost start forgetting the other words but anyway i got offended in in in the moment but as i walked away. I admired him more. You know forgiving up part of his life so that we could have these memories years later you know. I think that's what it's about. And i think people like although columbine people like piff people like these great magician. David blaine like they've they've dedicated a very specific part of their life so that we can be inspired to be cheesy. I'm sorry i i. It's just it's important like i talk about disappointed with pets. You do this series where you make things and well actually. Could you describe it i. There's no way i'm going to justice. Yeah yeah so it's called tiffin. Mario make things and it's been so much fun like he saw like we're just. We both have very very strong characters like different kinds of personalities. And it's been so fun exploring so basically. I'm trying to teach how to make robots and craft projects and it's just like a fun journey like talking to him and like you know this applies we need and all this stuff and it was all organic like we just did it for fun as video and we got a lot of positive feedback and we just continued making more and And it's just been it's like we end up making each project so you can make them at home but it's just it's just watching piff. Make these objects is what makes it so good like the way he goes about with. Simple objects like scissors. Glue steak you know that we real yeah exactly like we had to cut it in half you know instead of getting a knife gets drill. He's like slamming this drill where he's barely he's almost cutting himself up and uh yeah so talk about committing to the bit piff is just gold with that. He's been on penn and teller's fool. That's how we were familiar with him. Do you think that show has made a big difference to the magic community. He you know it's this past decade. It's beautiful to see how much magic has been elevated from this like slower art form to like this this highly this thing that we value highly and i think shows like penn and teller fool us. You know like these stages where the world can watch you and your art have done nothing but good you know and i mean you know. It's it's it's amazing watching careers like piff you know. We're like he's on fula then on and just kills all the way through you know and setting trail-blazing to get his own theatre show in vegas. I mean that's a great example of what can happen with these roads that you take and you know it's it yeah. I think it's i think it's important. You know shows like that definitely definitely elevator art form. You've said art a couple of times. And i think about magicians requiring dexterity and comedy skills and public speaking and for people who design their own tricks. Engineering design and building. Schools are building skills. Is that all part of art or is art an additional skill in that list. Have you guys watch ted last so at all or no. I love that show the character. That's like soccer is live from ten art is life is life you know art is life you know because art is so big. It's so much bigger than everything bigger than all of us. you know. I think the core principle of art is connection connection when my son was like six months old like i remember like hold. My wife gave me my son. And i'm holding them and she's like you gotta put him to sleep and i was like. There's no way i'm rocking him. And he's moving around like crazy. And i know he's tired and he's upset and he's cranky and every time we made eye contact was the only time that my son started dozing off. And then the second. He's shook his head and looked away. He was back to going crazy. Like human connection you know. That's where all the releases that's where like where the magic happens and however we can get to connecting that's art and if it's from a joke and you master how to say a joke that's art because we all laughing we forget how crazy the world is and when we see something beautiful right like a painting or like a multimedia sculpture like a robot you know or a show or broadway show. You feel the reason why we're alive you breathing like that's our art is life so just like the ted lasso character. I agree. soccer is life. He's basically saying artists given who you are. You're clearly sort of extroverted. I imagine the pandemic has been really hard both on your career end on your ability to connect with an audience. How are you handling it. Was i every day you know so. It's been a long. Yeah it's been a long road you know. The first the first month we got back in march. I think it was march twelfth from a three months tour and then we watched our calendar empty out in three days and i and our home all are living. All our living is based on the live performance. Like the way we raised our kids. We rode school. You know like everything is the live show so you can imagine how hard that was. And i think for a lot of performers you realize where your happiness lies to is in your work. I think with anybody that has a trade or something that they enjoy. When that's taken from you you know it's like you got to reassess and re wire your brain but the beautiful thing was after a week or so of everything bad happening. We went on live on facebook. And i did a little punk rock dance party for kids with my guitar which i've never done in my life. And but from that moment we got two residencies like one with make magazine and one with another on national brand and we were able to go live once a week and our paychecks started coming in and then we developed a zoom show for kids. And we've developed. The mario show and so now i'm in the zoom world so deep and we're you know in that and yeah. It was hard you know. It's hard we all. Have you know like i. I'll give you an. I was extending my backdrop this morning on my lawn because in two weeks i will be performing in person again after all these months and i'm like crying like a baby because i'm so excited to just get back in the ring you know There's nothing like being in person somewhere. You know like. I mean think about when you go to a broadway show or like when you saw like a great performance live in person. There's a reason why like that stuff exists. you know. it's the most beautiful thing. So i can't wait to get back and yes. It was definitely difficult. Did you find yourself more drawn to the technology part two to creating designing new illusions. Yes so that's a. This is another beautiful angle is that there's a whole new way of doing theater. You know like zoom is amazing. I would've never thought that like you can hack the tack in so many ways to your advantage where the screen becomes the the theater stage. You know the cameras your and you can cover it with your hand and like no one sees the stage anymore. You know and shrinking all my robotics to fit the screen and three d. printing those designs so that now everything's small plays big again. You know so so now. I have friends that are full-time performance like me. They don't want to go back to in person you know. They're like they're so good at zoom shows that they're hoping that this will transition through where they can make their living raise their kids just doing virtual shows and then you don't have to wear pants yes you don't have to clean up after you've done this cards in like robot crap every yes..
"tiffin" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"These critics. Oh man you can't trust them but audiences you can trust. We like officially like critics now. Oh yeah because a tiff. Yeah heavy didn't even talked about that man. Yeah we're gonna well. Hopefully we can. We managed to get into the country. We're doing some Some backdoor deals here. They're going to bribe or dell. 'cause now i feel like you know you gotta be you know had a carry yourself at different way. We gotta fit in so tiffin a yankees jersey through her suits. You think no okay. I don't wanna worst well. Let's hope that the fucking countries not allowed because canada is not official has not officially allowed. Us citizens to enter the country. It's supposed to be august. So i mean vegas. Shutting not shutting down with the mass mandate is back the mass mandates. Back all over california. There there are a lot of places. A lot of counties and states are now recommending indoor masks. We got it in new york okay. Yeah so Maybe tiff will be a digital experience for us. Either way we're going to hopefully be seeing doing a little early so we can get that review out for everybody who listens to our broadcast casual cheese soup community now. That was awesome. And i think it's not like i don't know like how hard it is to get it or like it's one of those things where i don't think a lot of people are looking. Yeah but even just like to get excited and have that opportunity i was. I was really happy that day. And i was like the like the most exciting or like genuine happiness. Like i've felt like a while which is kind of depressing but anyway like i was just super bowl. I don't like the opportunity to watch movies. There's just like go experience overwhelmed. I was like wow. This is actually pretty cool. And it's I can't wait man. i. I'm exhausted ever to go to. Toronto have never left the country before. Wow this is like a big deal for me. Fucking aaron board over here. I know i'm going places literally the closest city to lay it right on the of our state borders but we couldn't mexico next country nonetheless. A country yes. Oh even though candidate feels like light diet. Us or maybe we're die canada. I do like hockey so off. Fit right in well moving onto the next door. Here we have scarlett. Johansson is suing disney over some back and prophets so this is sure to get ugly as the weeks months. Go on but yeah the the initial story was that scarlett johansson and her team are suing disney. Because in her contract she was going to get some back and profits from black widow. Disney decided to release black widow not only in theaters but on disney plus premier access so of course disney fired back with the statement of their own saying that it was a callous and cruel disregard for the cove nineteen pandemic on the company. Faki ehlo open their parks in the heart of the pandemic when there were no vaccine when there was no possible way to maintain social distancing because they wanted to so like if you want to have like a nice like court battle fuck it go fort. It's like whatever disney corporations whatever the us the covert as an excuse and to try to make that fire on schedule. Hanson is absurd and listen disney was put in a tough spot all these studios right. But if you're going to say that we the contract we are in a tough spot..
"tiffin" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"We're not familiar with the psychopathy checklist when we're not familiar with the behaviors of psychopaths In we we still attracting this medieval view all evil all so. And so did that. Because hitler hitler gas the jews because he was evil stalin allowed for the dole hurdle mall amalia dole. Wanted the feminity that you crying because he was evil. We think in terms of evil bad apples. We don't think about new york gets back to my own free will we. Don't yet think about human behavior in terms of biochemical events happening in the brain that every human action every thought every action is the result of near a chemical events biological events happening in bryan. We don't we haven't yet mine strained normalized. I saw typic- view of human behavior. We still wrapped up in this among cumulus religious view of a soul and the spirit and even so even you know fiesty secular people who listen to the show. I guarantee you ninety nine percent of the people watching this right now. Listen you poke. I still believe by have free will absolutely no scientific evidence for free will never has been never will be because it's on typically probable impulse opposable as possible but people still cling to it even fiesty because they just haven't adopted a fully sean tiffin view of who they are and how they work and it's the same with psychopathy so we don't think in terms of psychopaths i want us to think about psychopaths in those terms. We're always going to have their just a fact of life it seems. We need to prepare folder. We need to manage them and the second part of it is actually just a bit where you said. We've always going to have them. I think somebody on once said yeah. I just accepted..
"tiffin" Discussed on WJR 760
"True today, but you convey by those little plastic gears and replace them yourself. There's only a screw in the middle that holds them. Okay, my son. Go. Let's take a look at that first. Okay? Yeah. Thanks for calling. Joanne. Thanks for your help. You're very welcome. Bye bye. Just a little over a half hour going to be talking to Michael Rabin. Oh, Michael is the author of the Mold Medic and experts Guide to mold removal off Michael's gonna sell some conditions that could be caused by mold that we might not even be attributing to mold. I mean things like brain fog and chronic fatigue. He's gonna be tipping us off to some things to look for. He'll tell us the causes of it and what we should do about it. It's all coverage that he has in his book, The Mold Medic and experts Guide to Mold removal. Michael Rabin. Oh, we'll be talking to him about 6 45 hours should say 7 45 little graph our 7 45 that an email Joe from Sushi's and Shelby Township, she says, Joe, I can't seem to get a new water filter to click into place. I'm afraid I'll break in if I force it too much. Is there a trick to getting it into place? Well, I can remember this email because You're dealing with a nice A filter for your refrigerator. And Yes, we have to recognize that some women are tiny. Some women are not a strong as others and it takes brute strength. And I remember Suit, sending me an email back and saying I got it fixed and how she did that She had her son come over and twisted into place. And it takes a little strength with your wrist to twist that ice filter that I water filter. It takes a little extra strength at that little last moment. Give it that struck dumb way We call it just strength. Okay, so anyways, with that said, let me just enter Jack something I got up this morning 4 30. Went outside and sat in the gradient, sharpen my skates. And I could smell the skunk. I couldn't see it on Lee seen one before and I could smell that skunk. And I kept my eye open because the last time I saw it walked right in front of me and a skunk will only spray you win. It reacts to fear. They say that a skunk can be a beautiful pet. Was there, de sacked or whatever you call it. I was. I was looking for that Scott this morning. And I remind people who think that the skunk has to turn around to spray them. Which is not true. Skunk will look directly at you and spray you and you'll be surprised. So you just talk nice to the skunk. Just be very gentle with your voice. They're not gonna come to you. They'll come close, but they'll go away from you this skunk season at this time of the year coming out of their winter quarters and looking for something needs a little history on skunks on this appliance show. Not a skunk show. It's an appliance show. Donald COLUMN Pepe Le Pew. It is coming up on 7 15 and the next segment of the home. An appliance show is brought to you by Thornton and grooms, heating, cooling and plumbing. Yeah. Yeah, well, let me tell you something. Thornton and groom's been around for years. 80 years on. They've got the best warranties of any heating, air conditioning and plumbing company out there. They do the work. They give you a warranty and a guarantee, And some of them are fabulous guarantees. But they've got over 37 5 star reviews on Google and Facebook as well. 13 and grooms. Here's the phone number. 248644 78 10. That's 248644 78 10. We're going to Tiffin, Ohio, When we come back, we're gonna be talking to Pat. We could be talking to you wherever you are as well. Just give us a phone call just like Pat Did 808 590. W. J. R. That's 808 590957 Daniel Mason helping us out on audio this morning got Dave Rieger helping us out on phones. I'm happy to be helping out as well. I have Donald the hammer. Schuster and we are just moments away from the next segment. Come.
"tiffin" Discussed on Detour To Neverland
"Just kinda slow. I like the ambiance i liked. The music The boats are kind of their little set. Makes it feel kind of romantic and then we're going to go for lunch and this is where i struggled my exact words were. I don't think lunches very romantic. So i have a option for you. If you want it now. I have something picked out. Okay option better after much thought and consideration. I decided that we're just going to go for like a light lunch kind of snacky youth at nomad lounge. That was going to be my suggestion. And i mostly because i like the porch. I like being able to sit on the water being able to just kinda take that in I like the little curtains and everything they have outside. It feels very animal kingdom. See the character cavalcades floating by if they're still going depends on you know when you're there via i think nomad lounge in get a drink. You can share some giro's they have some real food there too honestly. We never tried it. We have. I've also heard from other people that you can get select from the tiffin's menu so that could be. I mean that. Make a pretty good lynch again. Just sharing everything. You don't need a lot for lunch. i feel. I think i've heard is actually like tire kid's menu at tiffany's they'll let you get in nomad interesting. I think probably because it's easy to whip up. Who knows you might get a kids meal on romantic day. Correct okay the from there. What is kind of wander our way out of the park probably stopped by the mural like the lion king ural to not talking about this. Is kenny feel the love tonight. You'll have to take a commemorative picture to remember the day by and then we're going to get on the bus and this is where we're going to go to magic kingdom had to make it onto the list but this is going to be the second half of the day so we're going to make our way to magic kingdom. We'll kind of get in. Take it in that. We have to visit the partners statue. Since that's engaged three gonna hang out by the partners statue a little bit. Maybe see some cavalcades. And then i'm going to work my way from the left to the right..
Store shelves will be restocked amid coronavirus panic, expert says
"I was in a few stores mainly to get the supplies for a job I was doing but I happen to notice the number of people near the cleaning supplies I was absolutely bonkers snatching up bleach and cleaning supplies in the and I've never seen as many dudes looking and studying labels of cleaners on the on the shelves of my life walking by look at ago all those guys are stocking up front for the viral Armageddon here and the problem is this is you know we're buying everything up to which causes more and more of a panic it's a self fulfilling prophecy is if I bought a a bunch of potatoes yesterday I better buy two more tomorrow because I don't know if somebody potato you were expecting me to hold her down for the next six months to a year which of course isn't happening but then you have the people who are taken any precautions whatsoever and I bring this up because I'll be honest with you I me personally I'm a little scared about my my wife's mom and dad in that my mom and dad a pass but her mom and dad are still alive they live up in Seneca county which the Tiffin area and that's a couple hours away and it's it's pretty real right for small towns so they go to mass every day they're at that age where they know what's coming and they're gonna get their church and and it's it's what they do it's I I think it's might be the social sphere they go every day your true believers and all that their their front row mass on Sundays and we'd go over someone are much younger every Sunday and I have to sit in the front pew and fight trying to stay awake because you've been hit and heart of the bar the night before and it's seven thirty morning comes way too damn early but these are front row uber Catholics right and my wife have a conversation to dad yesterday who is in the seventies and he's not in the best healthy millets faces to fairly physical job as whole life too and so he's got some some health issues I have mom was sick for a little bit too we shouldn't feel all that well but they go to church every day she sings in the choir she sings it funerals of people she doesn't know they love being around the church which is awesome right think they get a lot out of it but I'm trying to listen my wife yesterday plead with them to go Hey listen you really don't need to go to church you do you can stay they give a dispensation don't don't you don't have to go well now we got to go why do you have to go well because it's church like yeah but they're sick now there's not nobody sick here we don't have any sick people have you had the opportunity to talk to maybe an older person in your life mom dad grandma grandpa in trying convince them it's damn near impossible they also said yes not anywhere near us what we need to worry about it's like if it's near a hundred thousand high with more than a hundred thousand miles have somewhere in the corona virus right now you may not be getting sick especially for younger in good health you may be a carrier of it but but you know that's that's on the Vectorworks right is it you carry it in you may pass it off to someone else who's also not sick but then they go visit someone who's older who's immuno compromised and then they wind up getting it and getting sick or worse and we know that's how this whole thing work plus it's a five to twelve day incubation period and that's a problem with this no vaccine the Beijing appears relatively long most people are gonna feel okay about it which is why I go I don't I don't know anybody I don't I I feel good what's not about you it's about everybody