21 Burst results for "Tom Thumb"

"tom thumb" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

Zane and Health: Unfiltered

03:44 min | 4 months ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

"Would like bust your balls and be like did you say i love you and you lie. I'm like i didn't want to admit it to yourself august nervous. It's such a like it's such a date somebody but then also somebody that you've been friends with for so long. That's i mean that's a big announcement to the whole group. It is something you can. You know what happened. I think i was like the. They'll tech's happened. I was before the board was it. I didn't see the make out. But i did see you guys. I kind of lake definitely florida so my head was like. Oh wow this is all day long is really no. I say i knew a little earlier even before you and before you how touch of tax us. Because i didn't believe him because like and he was like what would you say he had to prove himself with like showing you well. I had such doubts where he was like. Oh yeah no me. And natalie. I'm like sure i know no pro like like. Oh my god oh my. Gosh natalie's texting you this stuff. It wasn't anything like risque. Nothing should be embarrassed about confirming. Like hugh guys like. Were out and i remember. I had to keep it a secret from like everyone else. Because todd was like do not tell. That's actually the truth. Yeah he was really nice about the fact that i did not want a single soul to know that i know you guys only do a good job not at all. I knew it was real. Because like todd was like all of a sudden tame like switch him to like he was calm cool and collected for so long because used to be like wild and crazy and like something. Shut off and i was like. What's up with todd lately. And then that's when we started. Finding i was like oh. This is real. He really likes you. That's how you know he really like was into it. Also we certainly we started like actually dating like right before the pandemics. That's like such a weird time because it's like we're literally like the beginning of a relationship. We were just trapped at home every single day. Like watching movies together. It's like you're not like you're not going out in public and parties innovations. It's like oh yeah hard to gauge the relationship. Things like like. Oh yeah that's like a whole new relationship. Now go out together. Like he came with me to the runway staff last week and it was like versus like all of the people part associated team. They play natalie obsessed with it and they put like an older cautious hilarious and those numbers. Go to tom thumb sir but it was. It was like that was my first thing like he came to support me doing something. Oh cool and he was like so down. I don't know like you said you liked him. He'll love him like he was just cool him. Who.

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General Tom Thumb: Not a Colonel of Truth

Your Brain on Facts

02:01 min | 7 months ago

General Tom Thumb: Not a Colonel of Truth

"Life started out. Pretty normal for charles sherwood stratton when he was born to a housekeeper and a carpenter in eighteen thirty eight in connecticut pretty normal ended when he was six months old as did his growth he basically just stopped growing. He was otherwise healthy. In doctors were stumped normal ended completely in the winter of eighteen. Forty two when one finneas taylor. Barnum showed up at his family's home chasing rumors of an extraordinarily small child. Four year old. Charlie list now in show business earning his family three dollars a week. Barnum immediately began promoting his tiny talent. When charlie and his mother arrived the following week to new york. They were surprised to see banners on the american museum bragging about the arrival of general tom thumb in typical barnum style. He had taken absolutely wild liberties with the truth. He took the name. Tom thumb from an english fairy tale character. Basically thumbed lena posters and handbills claiming that general tom thumb had been brought to america from europe at great expense and that he was eleven years old not sure how that jibes military service and eleven year old and it was nice that he aged him up to eleven. We wouldn't want people to think that he was exploiting a small child. I don't kid yourself. This is pre child. Labor laws are really any labor laws. There was no such thing as a cultural concept of exploitation. Charlie and his mother moved into an apartment in the museum building and barnum said about teaching charlie to sing dance and do impressions and act. Like a preteen. Instead of a preschooler i guess. Barnum recalled him as an apt student with a great deal of native talent and a keen sense of ludicrous. By all accounts young charlie stratton loved performing and he and barnum were genuinely fond of one. Another

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"tom thumb" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

02:01 min | 7 months ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Life started out. Pretty normal for charles sherwood stratton when he was born to a housekeeper and a carpenter in eighteen thirty eight in connecticut pretty normal ended when he was six months old as did his growth he basically just stopped growing. He was otherwise healthy. In doctors were stumped normal ended completely in the winter of eighteen. Forty two when one finneas taylor. Barnum showed up at his family's home chasing rumors of an extraordinarily small child. Four year old. Charlie list now in show business earning his family three dollars a week. Barnum immediately began promoting his tiny talent. When charlie and his mother arrived the following week to new york. They were surprised to see banners on the american museum bragging about the arrival of general tom thumb in typical barnum style. He had taken absolutely wild liberties with the truth. He took the name. Tom thumb from an english fairy tale character. Basically thumbed lena posters and handbills claiming that general tom thumb had been brought to america from europe at great expense and that he was eleven years old not sure how that jibes military service and eleven year old and it was nice that he aged him up to eleven. We wouldn't want people to think that he was exploiting a small child. I don't kid yourself. This is pre child. Labor laws are really any labor laws. There was no such thing as a cultural concept of exploitation. Charlie and his mother moved into an apartment in the museum building and barnum said about teaching charlie to sing dance and do impressions and act. Like a preteen. Instead of a preschooler i guess. Barnum recalled him as an apt student with a great deal of native talent and a keen sense of ludicrous. By all accounts young charlie stratton loved performing and he and barnum were genuinely fond of one. Another

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"tom thumb" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:54 min | 11 months ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Had a big UK hit in 1965, but he passed on a bigger song. That story's coming up from Ed Wallace with a moment rock'n'roll history at 7 55 is 7 40 Disneyland, the one in Southern California has announced they are ending their annual passports program. It's about time because they've been shut down for 10 months, and people haven't been able to go at all. That's right. So it has taken the nose. Sure those people are mad. They're offering refunds. Now That's good. That is something they were. Disney really hates that the offer refunds given people money back. Oh, my gosh. But those are expensive passes very expensive $1100 per person. There's something like that right now, and it depends on which pass you by because that you can get different variations that I have certain number of blackout dates that you can't attend on that kind of thing we had when we lived there we were. We lived by just a half An hour's drive from Disneyland in our family loved it. And so we had passes annual passes every year for like 10 years. It was great, because if you go off and you don't feel like you gotta stand in line to write the Matterhorn again. You know, we just Caroline and I would go just to have lunch and sit and watch people and Enjoy the three kids and you know, because it's just a nice place. Dang that's clean. Yeah. Yeah, but nobody's been there for 10 months. Disney World, on the other hand is open. That's the one in Orlando. Yeah, I don't think I wouldn't go there. We went literally. Like two days before they shut down back in March of last year, Remember? Yes, Yes, we were there, and I mean we were concerned about going, but we Used hand sanitizer after each ride, and We weren't no was wearing masks back then at that point, I don't think anybody really you know we didn't Way weren't in practice, and we weren't ramped up to take the whole thing. So seriously remind reminds me of another question. I've been intending to ask you. What's that? Last time it came up and I don't know it's been weeks. At least maybe a couple of three months. You were not in a hurry to get your vaccination. You're in a while. Wait and see. Like a lot of people. I wait and see how I'm ready. Now. I was gonna say I'm not gonna get it until I'm like last on the list, so I'm not gonna get it probably until May, June. I just I think a lot of people. I think this is interesting that a lot of people Have switched their positions It's like from I'm not going to get one too Well, I'll wait and see how it goes with everybody else to now people are going. Uh, When can I get one? My mom got it. She's fine. My in laws got theirs. They're fine, but I think a big part of it is because of the demand. For For the vaccinations, and we all want to do what everybody else is doing, and we want to do it faster. You know what I'm saying? There was something interesting that's happening at some places that offer the vaccine like Walgreens and grocery stores and things like that. People are going there it like the end of the day. And they're getting random immunizations because the pharmacies have already thought certain amount of doses from their sub zero storage temperatures. And each dose is a little more than one dose and health and state officials have been urging these providers not to throw out any oh, no doses and not to waste it. Saving so, as a result, if you're at a grocery store, like Let's say You're right, Tom Thumb. It's like the end of the day, and they have vaccinations still left at the end of the day. Is there Aren't they open like Midnight. I mean, another pharmacy that receives only open toe what, eight or nine o'clock at night, but they may you know who knows what they were kind of announcement they make over the last speaker, and they say, you know if you want to, If you want your vaccination, we have some doses available. You're in the right place at the right time. There's a thought, but I want the farming pharmacy closes going there just ahead just before closing and stand in line and go. Just curious. Do you have any vaccine available now? Right now? I'm curious. I'll have to go to like a Tom thumb and see if that if they do I mean they're doing in other parts of the country. Yeah, So I mean, it's anecdotal right now. I'm on five lists. Remember how I was a soldier that the first list I got onto it is just a couple of hours after they started. The list is in Collin County, which you know they don't have any shots on. I said I was number 27,000. I think their registration now is up to 90,000 people on the world and they're only getting like 7000 doses next week and acted like that was I mean, not not Collin County officials, but others were going 7000. That's a lot. It sounds like a lot, but it really isn't any of 90,000 people on the list. 7 45. L I F It's traffic.

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A Conversation With Hans Skillrud

Hallway Chats

05:51 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation With Hans Skillrud

"To hallway chats. I'm Cara Clays and I'm Liam Dempsey today. We're joined by Hans School Road over the course of seven years Hans built a 12-person web design agency in downtown Chicago and then sold it in early 2019 to focus attention on his new start-up long-term again. Mm, Getting is an auto updating privacy policy generator Hans. Welcome. Thanks for having me. Hey glad to see you here today virtually hans-georg. Thanks so much for joining us. I love for you to share more of your story here. Tell us more about yourself. Absolutely. So, you know, I like starting I have to pick a divided somewhere. So I'm going to start it when I found WordPress because you know, I should date myself free WordPress and post WordPress cuz that's really been a big determiner of my career. We all have that that DeMark wage. Some point, I think you can start where ever you want though. If you want to go back further, that's fine too. Well, maybe a good example is how I got to Wordpress. You know, I was one of the first employees a Groupon Groupon was a hot young company. That was seemingly helping small businesses get more traffic through their doors and I drink the Kool-Aid as we would say a Groupon. I'm very much believed in the model of discounting a company 50% offer more for one day only and you know bringing people together to try out a place over the years though that company went public and I think their priorities changed and I shared my concerns with management they disagreed so I quit I was managing a sales team about a hundred fifty people and I decided I don't like their business model anymore and someone with a small business owner is passionate about what they do within their doors, but they aren't necessarily passionate about bringing that information online. And that was what group I was taking advantage of in my opinion. So what I'm Off to do was to help small-business owners share what they do best online and I think that message, you know, that was the that was the fuel to my midnight Midnight fire Midnight Oil. I'm always so bad with those things. It was the fuel to my fire to to you know, help the small business owner out and over the course of seven years. I found WordPress. I started building websites helping small business owners with their exposure online and the company was successful. I built it up to a 12-person team in downtown Chicago and I happen to be dating a privacy attorney at the time and I told her how I used to copy and paste privacy policies over dinner and her jaw dropped and she's like, what are you doing? I'm like, that's what everyone does. She's like, that's not what you do anymore. Not not what we're dating off and threw a few discussions we decided we we came up with the business model for Irma gettin which we I now have sold my agency and focus all of my time with Sonata on wage. Again is a privacy policy generator. What's cool about our Tech is that you copy and paste the embed code from turmeric added onto the website and that's what allows us to push updates to the policies when the laws change and we give web agencies a free set of our policies in the host that they like our product enough to want to offer term of got into their clients. They can resell it or use our affiliate programs whatever they wish off. But but what we're trying to teach the web industry is something I failed at multiple times, which is the era of copying and pasting privacy policies is over people like we have to accept the future. What is about to happen, especially in America with privacy laws. So that's where my focus is. Now. I am married to Donna and you guys are the first people get to say that publicly to Tom Thumb and yeah, we work from home now and we run from again together and and the rest is history great great story. There's a lot there to unpack and talk about Going to go back to the beginning part cuz I'm curious about Groupon as somebody who used it and hasn't really seen much of it is it sounds like and I don't remember when that was that Groupon and became a thing but it's just before small businesses had web sites. Is that what you're saying websites were definitely a thing. It was 2009 when Groupon which was typically previously called the point which I loved that website named the point., because what someone would just say, what's the point and you're like, oh, you know some kind of joke, but the point became Groupon and I shortly joined group on home sites were still around I was 2010 and you know, I was it was a wild ride watching a company go from a hundred employees to thirty thousand and three years and two years off, um in my career went along with it because of its growth. I naturally I was put in a position to manage people which was a wonderful opportunity. I love sales. I'd love song Is I love sales because I think a lot of people think of sales is bad and I always try to say no. No, no, no, no people are bad or people are good. It is sales is just a Communication channel. So am I only want to do good things with sales and and that's how I train my sales team. So that's something I really appreciated at Groupon. They they gave me the ability to do that for a while, but I felt like watch company went public priorities had changed and now all of a sudden we need to be focused on taking additional margins from small business owners and you know, that sounds good and all but when you're talking to a small business owner asking them to discomfort sells more than 50% and then you're taking more than well you're taking well, it's public knowledge. You're taking more than 50% of a revenue raised. I don't know some didn't feel right. So, you know, that's what I decided was no longer fit. And at least if you look at the stock market how Groupons performed over the last ten years. I think I was correct. But

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The Enfield Poltergeist

Far Side Chats

09:26 min | 1 year ago

The Enfield Poltergeist

"We begin in nineteen seventy-seven back in a little town called Enfield London. Okay. Okay. So we're across the pond. We are across the pond and because of that you're probably going to hear me do a lot of really terrible British accents. I love it. I'm here for that. Ye on top of that. I'm not really sure if I pronounce the name right of the town, but I think I've heard it said in field. So I mean that's how it's spelled. So yeah, I would assume as well but I don't know if it's like unveiled or like you know, that's your prestigious. Yeah, but because we're from America we're going to go with Enfield. I love it. So we're sitting in this Tiny Town. And we are going to visit our friends the Hodgson family. Okay? Okay. I've got Mom Peggy Hodgson who is in fact a single mom of four which at the time seemed like pretty weird, you know to be a single mother. Yeah. I mean, I guess divorce was still not like a big thing back then that's okay, especially in London, I guess so she was risky to the people of London. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So it was just a weird thing to see her four children included Margaret who was twelve at the time Janet who was eleven Johnny who was ten and Billy who was seven so we got our two girls and two boys easy to keep up with exactly. They're all living their lives having a grand old time in this cute little like looks like a townhouse kind of thing. It's like wage one of those connected houses where it's like there's a few houses in one unit yeah I know exactly which yeah so this cute guy cute little garden gnome whatever they're living their lives then the evening of August 30th 1977 rolls around okay oh Peggy as wage most likely stressed out mother is it trying to get her kids to go to bed she's like guys I gotta wake up I got to go to work tomorrow y'all gotta go to school tomorrow let's get to bed so she's downstairs doing some gift bad stuff and she heard Janet the eleven-year-old saying from upstairs that her and her brothers beds were like wobbling what yeah wobbling wobbling oh baby wobble baby wobble baby wobble no dead But they don't fall down. That's a wee before you so it's a total natural night. Okay, and then Peggy, like I said super stressed at the time she was not having this and she was just like Janet stop mucking about go to bed. I'm done with you. Yeah. Okay. This seems seems pretty normal. Yeah, pretty sure well. I mean like for Peggy from her personal perspective, you know, like it's a normal night. Her kids are being like no, I don't go to bed. So we'll make up this excuse. Yeah, she's tired and she's like just do it. I'm just over y'all. Let's call it done. Like I need a glass of wine and he only because right so the next Thursday evening Peggy herself heard a crash from upstairs. So this time she actually goes to investigate and when she got to the room a chest of drawers wage, Coming towards her without anyone pushing it seemingly of its own volition. No way. Yeah. Yeah rural she said in an interview that it seemed like Tom Thumb something was trying to block off her family from the rest of the house using the chest of drawers. Oh my gosh, that's terrifying. I know. Oh my God, and I'm sure not at all what she expected. Oh gosh. No, I would burn the house down immediately. I mean, oh my gosh, you go to open a room and here comes a dresser just like back at you like this isn't Beauty and the Beast. Okay, right? No, she ain't talking to us. Probably not that friendly either probably not dead. If she was I probably would have a different reaction right? I guess jurors don't have pronouns. Wow. Wow, and Carol just broke. So after that my Janet's older sister Margaret, she goes on to say in many like interviews and articles that after that night be activity definitely started to increase she says there were strange little noises in the house. You couldn't make out what was going on and none of us got any sleep. We put on our dressing gown and slippers and we would always go next door which wasn't a direct quote but I changed a little pool. So there you go like down in plaid quote. It's an implied quote people. So anyways, they're all putting on their dressing gowns and slippers and whatnot and took over to their neighbor's house who are named Vic and Peggy which could in fact get confusing, but we're only going to talk about big so There you go. Okay, so that makes it easy. Yeah Vic Nottingham. Oh how fancy anyway, so the family goes over to their neighbors and Mistral Vic Vic nodding him. He is described as a Burly Builder and he's a big dude. He decides to go over and investigate by himself, which I don't know why anybody would do that either. I mean, I don't know how long as I get people not believing in it and not wanting to do her like not really caring to go over but like Even if there's a tiny hint that it could be real why wouldn't anyone else with me. I'm guessing he was just being neighborly to his, you know, single mom of four. Yeah and wanting to help out. I mean, I'm sure to it probably had to sound kind of ridiculous. Hm, you know, and he was probably like, well, there's gotta be a very clear explanation. Yeah. You're probably right. I just wouldn't go I would not have gone by myself. I know you wouldn't have come over like, oh my God a chance to see ghosts. I'm there. I'll grab my flashlight. Oh my gosh, so he goes over and he goes on record saying I went in there and I couldn't make out these noises. There was a knocking on the wall in the bedroom on the ceiling and I was afraid beginning to get a bit frightened. No, meaning the Pearly Builder got frightened. The Burly Builder was bewildered sounds like a kids book. It does that get dumped so then they finally decide. Hey, let's call the police and see what she going on. Maybe the police will figure something out that we haven't put together seems logical right? So the police come over and they start to have very similar experiences and they are I'm sure of what is going on. One of the officers even signed an affidavit claiming. She saw a large armchair move. Unassisted four feet across the floor. Oh my gosh. No thoughts on record. Yeah. Oh my goodness. Yeah. Yeah, so like I'm also assuming that they checked for like any kind of rigging or anything like that. I mean I would hope so being that there were police I would think they'd be pretty thorough in an investigation. Yeah just freaks me out. I'd be curious to read that affidavit. Yeah, so then I saw Shaq just a regular day in the field and then you know, we decided to leave which they did eventually the police did in fact leave cuz I know they don't deal in ghosts they deal in real people. So of course, they couldn't

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"tom thumb" Discussed on Further Together the ORAU Podcast

Further Together the ORAU Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on Further Together the ORAU Podcast

"They still produced papers and posters, you know projects of the end of their for the high school students of weeks. And for the middle school students one week, right? Oh, no, it was it was two weeks for Middle School this year too, right? Yeah this year in Middle School looked a little different normally Middle School's only one week, but in order to get to get them the experience we wanted to get them we needed to make it two weeks middle school students. Can't sit in front of a screen for as long as high school students France to communicate with their Mentor. So they had a shorter research. Every day over the two week. They were still able to create some really awesome Products off the Middle School the middle school program has an entrepreneurship component, which is a lot stronger than the entrepreneurship program in the high school. Institute they both have an entrepreneurship aspect but in the middle school program, we are having students use what they learn in stem to create a product to solve a problem and then talk about marketing it off. So their final presentations discuss marketing this thing that they've created over two weeks, which is absolutely vital to Economic Development. What if we get all of those kids to be entrepreneurs to start their own small businesses to create things and solve problems. We just want them to look around their community and see what could I improve and then I have the confidence that they can that they can go and fix that problem instead of just shrugging it off and talk about Economic Development. I mean, you know, you can suck. So Wendy as like all of this one's changing like from your perspective. How did all of this go, you know? Yep. The answer was swimmingly. You know, I think that's old folk and I'm going to say that we're us old folk because we're older than like a Peeping Tom Thumb, you know thought of oh my gosh pivoting to an online program is lesser than and is somehow worse them and if somehow sub-optimal them.

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Tom Thumb to open on the street level of a 14-story East Dallas apartment building this fall

The Dallas Morning News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Tom Thumb to open on the street level of a 14-story East Dallas apartment building this fall

"Long awaited Tom Thumb supermarket just east of downtown. Dallas plans to open this fall on the ground. Ground floor of a new fourteen story apartment building the fifty six thousand square foot supermarket will be on the street level of the Gabriella a three hundred seventy eight unit apartment building that plans to open this summer and has started leasing. It's one two and three bedroom apartments Tom. Thumb originally planned to open in late twenty nineteen, but work on it and the GARBRIELA was. After a tragic crane accident during heavy storms in June of two thousand nineteen that killed one person and injured five others

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"tom thumb" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on KTRH

"I need to know how much you made as a manager Sir I need to know how much you made as a manager yeah so in the king would location the number one was very common to make one fifty to one ninety the big boys were Port Arthur and Beaumont those guys a lot of time with some people you know well over two hundred why were they the business of the stores just better performers yesterday were just based I mean that there's one tenth street there in Beaumont yeah I get into it I mean it was just a production machine it was all about how many people would make them as happy as we could and in the end ladies at that point we basically share profits it was we can done monthly how well we did food costs and overall can be controlled and they were based off of that one about it being sold for the Pappas folks Kenyon who owned movies what with who was the group we just we just corporately owned and used a corporation owned it I mean that you know with the help of the trade out of where you know I don't I don't remember it's been so long you know it's been twenty years since I've been there so I don't really did you have a did you have a regional yesterday they were some of the regional part of the deal yes Sir and they were just like a lot of you just like Randall made a mistake by buying Tom Thumb Randalls when they went in there and bought me Levi's what about why it we we got away from what we were good at which was what do an art what's your location but we were at we went out that will begin but and they on any building we're going to do well and that's just not necessarily correct you know there's demographics studies have to be done and you get is by building expected to be productive tell me a life lesson you learned at Luby's that that particular user they don't make it makes me successful in the AC and heating business that I'm in now is at the end of the day I get up I work hard I give god the glory for everything that I do and and and know that it's not going to come free I have to get out every day and also what I'm going to get and that's what I live.

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"tom thumb" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Maybe, we can do this ourselves and it'll be closer to home. The experimental loud they had was reportedly just a few miles from apple's main campus in silicon valley and I didn't really work out either to the point where we're still, we're still kind of using the assembly line with all of its problems as you mentioned Justin as we have for many decades. Yeah. This reminds me of eighteen thirty. And the the race between the Tom Thumb steam engine and the Horse Drawn Rail Cart over a thirteen mile stretch of track. The horse was supposed to lose. This was going to demonstrate the superiority of the steam engine. But. The horse kept taking an early lead. It could adapt to the steam engine steam engine could just hit it. Stop speeding go. The horse could like give itself arrest, and when the steam engine caught up, could put out a burst of speed and eventually Tom Thumb. The steam engine broke down. And the Horse One. But less than a year after that race July thirty, first, eighteen, thirty, one, all horse-drawn carts were replaced by steam engines on the rail line being Oh, that sponsored this race so I just throw that out there as sort of like. Yeah, stuff doesn't work. Until it works. This is how you get there. You do a bunch of experiments that don't work, and then you go back to the drawing board and you try again so. I think this. I would look at this story and say We probably getting closer to robots being able to do this because we figured out where they fail and people are working on fixing that problem. Well Pretty related, but sort of on the flip side of this whole story, a California based startup called Instrumental Inc perhaps. You've heard of it. Perhaps you haven't created by former up. Apple engineers has created system could help current apple engineers during the corona virus crisis, which has been rumored to be contributing to the delay of the upcoming iphone twelve, possibly anyway, particularly, because traveled to China has been restricted engineers who have to go and make sure everything's going well, and and make sure everything's you know up to up to speed can't go. They can do. It can't do their jobs. Instrumental system equipment manufacturing lines with cameras and then analyzes those images. Using is software so that the engineers have more flexibility and not always have to be at any physical location to make sure that.

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"tom thumb" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Precision methods, apple also tried an automated production line for the two thousand fifteen macbook, which was not only abandoned, but that MAC book itself was postponed by some months. Because they experiment didn't work. The information article also goes on to talk about how the adaptability of human run production lines is better because humans can be told to do something a different way, whereas machines have to be reprogrammed at this point, so if you want to change something midstream or increased capacity to lines that didn't have the robots. It's not as flexible as the humans. You know a not not that the world needs any. Darker thought that isn't already populated, but the first thing I thought of was specifically with Foxconn. If the idea was to move to automated lines that you know to remember their suicide epidemic that happened, and indeed that was through two thousand ten, so if they were introducing and touring. Tim Cook through that I. Wonder whether or not there was an element of like. Hey, you know that this has become a scandal worldwide It certainly was here in the United States the uncomfortable nature of how how these foxconn employees were. Maybe this is a way that we can go forward to continue to keep your business I wonder whether or not That had anything to do with it. Also just the idea of a okay, so there was an experimental. Let's see how ipads get assembled. Robots instead of humans come on over Tim, Cook, and and various apple executives at the time, and this is a few years ago back in two thousand twelve so eight years ago now and you know th the apple going like not precise enough. You know there's you know like I. I would I would love to know exactly. I understand the concept of needing human hands to be more precise when we're. You're talking about tiny little parts of. Of Very expensive gadgets, but but the that it didn't really work out that well for Apple Apple Kinda go and. Maybe, we can do this ourselves and it'll be closer to home. The experimental loud they had was reportedly just a few miles from apple's main campus in silicon valley, and I didn't really work out either to the point where we're still. We're still kind of using the assembly line with all of its problems as you mentioned Justin as we have for many decades. Yeah. This reminds me of eighteen thirty. And the the race between the Tom Thumb steam engine and the Horse Drawn Rail Cart over a thirteen mile stretch of track. The horse was supposed to lose. This was going to demonstrate the superiority of the steam engine. But the horse kept taking an early lead, it could adapt to the steam engine steam engine could just hit it. Stop speeding go. The horse could like give itself arrest, and when the steam engine caught up, could put out a burst of speed and eventually Tom Thumb. The steam engine broke down. And the Horse One. But less than a year after that race July thirty, first, eighteen, thirty one, all horse-drawn carts were replaced by steam engines on the rail line, being Oh, that sponsored this race, so i? Just throw that out there as sort of like..

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"tom thumb" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Precision methods, apple also tried an automated production line for the two thousand fifteen macbook, which was not only abandoned, but that MAC book itself was postponed by some months. Because they experiment didn't work. The information article also goes on to talk about how the adaptability of human run production lines is better because humans can be told to do something a different way, whereas machines have to be reprogrammed at this point, so if you want to change something, midstream or increased capacity to lines that didn't have the robots. It's not as flexible as the humans. You know a not not that. The world needs any. Darker thought that isn't already populated, but the first thing I thought of was specifically with Foxconn. If the idea was to move to automated lines that you know to remember their suicide epidemic that happened, and indeed that was through two thousand ten, so if they were introducing and touring. Tim Cook through that I wonder whether or not there was an element of like. Hey, you know that this has become a scandal worldwide It certainly was here in the United States. The uncomfortable nature of how how these foxconn employees were. Maybe this is a way that we can go forward to continue to keep your business I wonder whether or not that had anything to do with it. Also just the idea of a okay, so there was an experimental. Let's see how ipads get assembled. Instead humans come on over Tim Cook and and various apple executives at the time, and this is a few years ago back in two thousand twelve so eight years ago now and you know th the apple going like not precise enough. You know there's know like I. Would I would love to know exactly. I understand the concept of needing human hands to be more precise when we're. You're talking about tiny little parts of. Of Very expensive gadgets, but but the that it didn't really work out that well for Apple Apple Kinda go and. Maybe. We can do this ourselves and it'll be closer to home. The experimental loud they had was reportedly just a few miles from apple's main campus in silicon valley, and I didn't really work out either to the point where we're still. We're still kind of using the assembly line with all of its problems as you mentioned Justin as we have for many decades. Yeah. This reminds me of eighteen thirty. And the the race between the Tom Thumb steam engine, and the Horse Drawn Rail Cart over a thirteen mile stretch of track. The horse was supposed to lose. This was going to demonstrate the superiority of the steam engine. But the horse kept taking an early lead. It could adapt to the steam engine steam engine could just hit it. Stop speeding go. The horse could like give itself arrest, and when the steam engine caught up, could put out a burst of speed and eventually Tom Thumb. The steam engine broke down. And the Horse One. But less than a year after that race, July thirty first eighteen, thirty one, all horse-drawn carts, were replaced by steam engines on the rail line being Oh, that sponsored this race so i? Just throw that out there as sort of like..

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"tom thumb" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Precision methods, apple also tried an automated production line for the two thousand fifteen macbook, which was not only abandoned, but that MAC book itself was postponed by some months. Because they experiment didn't work the information article also goes on to talk about how the adaptability of human run production lines is better because humans can be told to do something a different way, whereas machines have to be reprogrammed at this point, so if you want to change something, midstream or increased capacity to lines that didn't have the robots. It's not as flexible as the humans. You know a not not that the world needs any. Darker thought that isn't already populated, but the first thing I thought of was specifically with Foxconn. If the idea was to move to automated lines that you know to remember their suicide epidemic that happened, and indeed that was through two thousand ten, so if they were introducing and touring. Tim Cook through that I. Wonder whether or not there was an element of like. Hey, you know that this has become a scandal worldwide It certainly was here in the United States the uncomfortable nature of how how these foxconn employees were. Maybe this is a way that we can go forward to continue to keep your business I wonder whether or not that had anything to do with it. Also just the idea of a okay, so there was an experimental. Let's see how ipads get assembled. Robots instead of humans come on over Tim Cook and and various apple executives at the time, and this is a few years ago back in two thousand twelve so eight years ago now and you know th the apple going like not precise enough. You know there's know like I would I would love to know exactly I understand the concept of needing human hands to be more precise when we're. You're talking about tiny little parts of. Of Very expensive gadgets, but but the that it didn't really work out that well for Apple Apple Kinda go and. Maybe we can do this ourselves and it'll be closer to home. The experimental loud they had was reportedly just a few miles from apple's main campus in silicon valley, and I didn't really work out either to the point where we're still, we're still kind of using the assembly line with all of its problems as you mentioned Justin as we have for many decades. This reminds me of eighteen thirty. And the the race between the Tom Thumb steam engine and the Horse Drawn Rail Cart over a thirteen mile stretch of track, the horse was supposed to lose. This was going to demonstrate the superiority of the steam engine. But the horse kept taking an early lead. It could adapt to the steam engine steam engine could just hit it. Stop speeding go. The horse could like give itself arrest, and when the steam engine caught up, could put out a burst of speed and eventually Tom Thumb the steam engine broke down. And the Horse One. But less than a year after that race July thirty, first eighteen, thirty one. All horse-drawn carts were replaced by steam engines on the rail line being Oh, that sponsored this race, so I just throw that out there as sort of like..

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"tom thumb" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Precision methods, apple also tried an automated production line for the two thousand fifteen macbook, which was not only abandoned, but that MAC book itself was postponed by some months. Because they experiment didn't work. The information article also goes on to talk about how the adaptability of human run production lines is better because humans can be told to do something a different way, whereas machines have to be reprogrammed at this point, so if you want to change something midstream or increased capacity to lines that didn't have the robots. It's not as flexible as the humans. You know a not not that the world needs any. Darker thought that isn't already populated, but the first thing I thought of was specifically with Foxconn if the idea was to move to automated lines that you know to remember their suicide epidemic that happened, and indeed that was through two thousand ten, so if they were introducing and touring. Tim Cook through that I wonder whether or not there was an element of like. Hey, you know that this has become a scandal worldwide It certainly was here in the united. States the uncomfortable nature of how a happy these foxconn employees were. Maybe this is a way that we can go forward to continue to keep your business I wonder whether or not That had anything to do with it. Also, just the idea of a okay, so there was an experimental. Let's see how ipads get assembled. Robots instead of humans come on over Tim, Cook and and various apple executives at the time, and this is a few years ago back in two thousand twelve so eight years ago now and you know th the apple going like not precise enough. You know there's you know like. I I would I would love to know exactly I understand the concept of needing human hands to be more precise when we're. You're talking about tiny little parts of. Of Very expensive gadgets, but but the that it didn't really work out that well for Apple. Apple Kinda go and. Maybe, we can do this ourselves and it'll be closer to home. The experimental loud they had was reportedly just a few miles from apple's main campus in silicon valley, and I didn't really work out either to the point. Where we're still, we're still kind of using the assembly line with all of its problems as you mentioned Justin as we have for many decades. Yeah. This reminds me of eighteen thirty. And the the race between the Tom, thumb steam engine, and the Horse Drawn Rail Cart over a thirteen mile stretch of track. The horse was supposed to lose. This was going to demonstrate the superiority of the steam engine. But the horse kept taking an early lead. It could adapt to the steam engine steam engine could just hit it. Stop speeding go. The horse could like give itself arrest, and when the steam engine caught up, could put out a burst of speed and eventually Tom Thumb, the steam engine broke down. And the Horse One. But less than a year after that race July thirty, first, eighteen, thirty one. All horse-drawn carts were replaced by steam engines on the rail line being Oh, that sponsored this race so I just throw that out there as sort of like..

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"tom thumb" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Reach him out which item earlier at iris prod dot com okay so coming up next in just a couple of minutes CBS news caught in a another fake news story second time they're caught promoting and promulgating fake news you can check it out in its entirety on a tweet through my Twitter feed a follow me on Twitter at crisscross so let's add to crisscross C. H. R. I. S. K. R. okay under the banner fake news that's on there top right now what do you see at the stores that is annoying you that is cool that you like it it could be good or bad ugly I don't care what he's seeing what he noticing what he like many not like an eight hundred two eight W. B. A. P. eight hundred two eight eight nine two two seven so I told my wife we usually don't go and not have to pay me again if I sit there one free image I wish you don't go to Tom Thumb because it's just pricey you know it's good but it's pricey M. but we've been doing done lately because we're just sick of the crap with Walmart with the it's not just the employees it's also the clientele and associate producer David is always on this like a flying you know what because he's a target guy and he he is he is a target snob.

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"tom thumb" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Up in a pre emergent is sort of like if you're old enough and remember the old Colgate toothpaste commercials on TV that talked about the invisible protective shield in that case was for your teeth in this case a pre emergent is the invisible protective shield on top of your soil that as those sprouts break the ground they can't get up any further because that invisible protective shield of the pre emergent basically knocks him in the head and they don't survive so if you want to stop weeds before they start use a pre emergent there are pre emergence meant for lawns that are pre emergence meant for garden areas read and follow all label directions carefully and and choose carefully as well there you go all right seed catalogs are starting to come in seed catalogs galore got a couple of interesting ones this past week in the mail and they're two of my favorites one is the peaceful valley a catalog from grow organic dot com peaceful valley of but there in Nevada city your grass valley grass valley and I like them because they have a wide variety of seeds including organic an heirloom seeds but they also have a good selection of popcorn seeds and among the popcorn varieties they have this year they have Cherokee long hair and a coat a black both of which I've planted before and had very good luck with and they also have one called neon pink painted mountain and Tom Thumb it out the the color refers to their color on the colonel when they actually pop their white it's the colonel that's the colored part but when it pops it it is white but what's nice about the Cherokee long here the Dakota black the neon pink and the Tom Thumb these are smaller crunch year colonels you're probably use.

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"tom thumb" Discussed on When Last I Left

When Last I Left

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on When Last I Left

"Bye Bye and that's just the way pronounce it because this whole alien race. They sing everything that they say. And their names are structured on. That is crazy almost like plays right into the rule that worked out. It's crazy. What a coincidence this is the storytelling art firm at its best firm so for this podcast? And he spends the entire airplane ride Recording it to him together AH those arrest. Because he's laughing. It's no okay. I like funny things these guys. They're just like a little boy he's not even going to give. There's literally bursting their lipson staring at us. It really is something which probably get back to Chris face when he said it and it was very funny the face to face. It's very funny okay. Let's go let's go back and we're back on the airplane. I've spilled the drinks useless. Tell tell us the PODCAST was about I. I be alien race. That sings the songs. Names are part of the songs I and I the idea was that had come to Earth in the past right right like no one's done that before ancient aliens here and never have never and they were the ones who gifted humans with music they were like. You're beaten rocks your grunion at each other. You can run at different pitches my podcast. It was literally about. They could not communicate or say words learning music through aliens who spoke a language that was not English and yeah and we thought you were crazy but also we. We jumped on board eventually. Yeah well I was not on the plane I gotta be a is music. Then they're just their language. Are we actually when we seeing in and play music. Are we speaking different was that a part of your. Yeah I mean that was built into it really who. That's what he was trying to say. That was the subtext Tom and Jerry. I was just trying to get out that I really would have loved to do this. podcast I just wasn't listening the first ten times. You tried to explain it to us. I I apologize and it sounds awesome so cool I mean. Would you guys like to hear sample. Yeah okay I thought we made it we did. We're going to perform. It was me asking who listeners. Okay okay so here we go all right. I'll be Barak. Ub tempting those are both. They sang their fronting at this point. They have not learned the music. And then you're going to be you high. You'd be simple to to here. We go Tom Thumb from and then all of a sudden there's like a light in.

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"tom thumb" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on No Agenda

"Tom Thumb one every night that the mom was right next way she was recruited from Florida I believe Orlando big deal made about her yeah this was you know the what did I say you said aggravation his reason yes I don't want the agro is too much for me so much no changes so far just keep going same old same well you I wish you could come to Austin because you were here just in May you would you would see the difference right away ever seen hookers San Francisco for decades but anyway so the I go to San Francisco and every I never I just make a wine run to pick up my wind from K. L. liquors one of the best wine stores in the country I just go pick up a couple cases whatever I ordered I let accumulate go pick it up and I come back and I always take the same route in let's go into the city or go to the the Delis out or go to the Russian district and go get some Russian stuff I go around and take the same route back and I go past this list phony little park they built some time ago for some reason unknown is a little monument to some more one vets or something and it a two homeless moved in there and then then Tan and the last time I went to the thing was complete encampment and I know aw and so I m oakland now I'm going down Broadway to take a left on McCarthy's it'd take a certain freeway entrance which is kind of obscure but get you on go ahead of the pack and Disa- Park that's on the corner of Broadway and macarthur over by the Kaiser Permanente centers in this park is park and it's already out of the blue it's half campers it's half of the tents all of a sudden Oakland has Libya's can't do her job she can't get rid of these people homeless witness in Okinawa's really kept to a minimum compared to San Francisco but no more is overflowed and now they're just everywhere and they can't seem to do anything about it Berkeley same thing and I just WanNa remind everybody and I totally subscribe to Alan Graham's theory that the homeless is you can't fix people you can't just fix people oh you're homeless you're you're you're addicted you've of course really going on one hundred percent of homelessness is caused by catastrophic loss of family one way or the other and then everything else follows on that you can't fix oh so you have to help them into a community but that's what nobody wants no one wants to do that no one wants to get near the smelly people these communities are self forming the I'd hate to say this because it sounds that sounds cruel or crazy or backward or I don't know what it sounds like when I'm going to say but does this sound right but it is right is there is acreage in Oakland that is just abandoned there's a bunch on sixty six street if you go down sixty six toward the out of the airport there's a bunch of areas where there's just a lot around the around the Oakland Coliseum which is going to be a band in any way because the as are moving out to raiders of moved out and they've been the warriors to move to San Francisco terror that area down there you go into the parking lot there just give it to the homeless and let them put their cancer and create I here it is a shantytown and let them D- create a community there is a shantytown I there's no other way of doing thing this otherwise you just scattered little mini shantytowns all over the place that are completely out of control and it's just it's not working one big shanty town doc called in this case the Oakland Shantytown they could have Oakland pride and they can have they could probably get a you know it could be could be interest distinct well that's for sure we'll see the difference for sure proven by this concept that I've seen is if you add a few things I don't know if it necessarily has to be shanty but the idea is real low affordable rent the two hundred and twenty dollars is where they start here which most people can get if have social security or disability so that's actually almost covered and then you still have to go out and make your money and that's not gonNA happen okay does happen because it's working here so don't say it's not going to happen because it does talking about the hard core homeless I'm talking about the same hardcore homeless John Come on so you think that those people that you just made the argument that you can't fix people yes yes can be fixed no I did not say that but now they're in a community and the over each other there's still smoking crack but they do it in their own house and the smoking a lot less of it and they're still doing math but a lot less because they have something to live for community ask the hardcore crazy nut jobs that you're talking about can live productive lives in a community not in some facility where they're being fixed go listen to my interview with Alan Graham well when you should when there's an example of this happening in a way that I see nobody intense on any streets then I'll agree with you there's people in Seattle that have been offered pretty good deals but they refused to go inside any where they want to stay outside one hundred thirty people now doing this here in Austin with another five hundred coming online in the next few years it's actually working so I went there I saw it I had a long conversation with the guy is actually working show it's putting a dent in homeless problem in Austin the the total amount of chronically homeless in Austin is estimated to be two thousand yes okay putting a real dent in there they'll have twenty five to thirty five lent within the next year not I'm not talking about transients who take advantage of the situation and they're the they're the assholes they're the ones stealing there's a lot of problems but these people need comb unity and no one wants to be their neighbor till they can be their own neighbors and that works out just fine we give them a little bit of structure it's working okay yeah you know what fine I the thing I can't laugh about it anymore because what I'm seeing is that people are getting oh aggravated and mad about what's happening in these are tax payers you know local property.

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"tom thumb" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"tom thumb" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"And that's just what I have tried to convey in the book in cookbooks from the south use of cornmeal or Indian meals sometimes referred to continued for some time in the north because we had access to weed from mid west, I think more readily because railroads than did cornmeal came and went pretty readily by the time. He gets a fanny farmer. Late nineteenth century. There's very few cornmeal recipes. So was corn part of the south because everyone grew some of it, and you had less access to wheat flour. Or it was just because it was such an important part of the culture what why did still go onto today's being much more important south corn has since day. One been a cornerstone of the diet here. You know is a huge part of the native Americans diet. They showed us how to farm it and millet and then cook with it and things like corn bread and grits really became Staples here, and I think also the fact that so many of our communities surrounded grist mills and the grist mill had a moonshine still somewhere on the property. I think it was just a more integral part of our culture. I think we had less access to wheat flour because we had less interest in wheat flour and corn is a cornerstone of the. The southern diet. Anyway, you slice it. So, you know, the the hog killings which in Vermont would happen in late September because it was cool. But I guess in the south you might wait for was till it was called around. But there's some things you did with pigs. I mean, everyone used the whole pig, of course, but liver pudding, not something. I think is familiar New England way. What is Tom thumb? You mentioned that Tom Tom said the thing, that's distinct. I would say about what we do with hogs down here is that. Airdropped sausage or sausage is really our country ham. And yes, we cure hams and make country ham. But the crown jewel of eastern North Carolina hog killing would be Tom thumb sausage. So families would chop up much of the pig and make their family sausage mix. Which would generally have, you know, say JR. Time red pepper flakes black pepper salt. And you know, every family would have their own version of that. And some of it would go to bake fresh sausage. Some of it would be bulk sausage in some would be airdropped sausage. That would hang in the cure house for a period of time and shrink and develop flavor. And that's what we would use to season greens in this special sausage that would have been made from that is called Tom thumb. So you would take that that regular sausage mix and stuff it into the pigs appendix. So oftentimes when families would have these hog killings the kill about three pigs. So you'd have. Three Tom thumb's. And the hog killing would probably happen. A little after thanksgiving, and you would hang the Tom thumb in the smoke house until new years and in that Tom it would drink and develop flavor and an end up being about two and a half pounds. And then on New Year's day. You would boil the Tom thumb, and then take it out and use the pot liquor or the broth left from making the Tom thumb to cook cabbage or peas and then slice the Tom. Thumb pan. Fry it and display it out around your cabbage or your collards and your field peas, and that would be a good look celebration lunch for New Year's your grandmother went into a nursing home. Is that ready to one point? Yes. And you talked about that process and you walked around and found a fishery set down under Nathan eight figs. Could you just talk about that? Because this book is about family and about place. Sure. Yeah. Back here and shortly after winning the restaurant. My grandmother. Got really sick. And we moved her to a nursing home, and I had up until that point totally planned on leaving here. You know, we were going to get the restaurant up and running and gained some valuable experience. Maybe saved some money and go somewhere else. But when I walked my mom into this nursing home in a saw my grandmother. Felt as if I had to stay and the figs growing up here..

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"tom thumb" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"tom thumb" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"If you got a question for us. Hello, who's this area high area? Of course, if I have this eggs Ray. And he wants to really be with me like we really wanna I really wanna be with him. He wants to be with me. But the only thing is I feel like if I stay with this. I be with him. I'm gonna always. Because he has a small pecker. Okay. That's actually, very valid reason. And I'm sure he's aware of it. I think he is. But I like I really want to be with them. Like, he loves my kids. He loves me. And I just. All right. Does he make you orgasm? You've had an orgasm before from him. Yes. Okay. Well, here's the thing. I'm gonna tell you a couple of things at failure pain. You don't feel any pain. But I will say they usually guys with mop penises are greater other things is he good at oral sex is he passionate and other ways is is no point in you being with somebody. If you're just gonna cheat on them. I'll say that much, but here's guys huge penises that don't know what they're doing. So you should be glad that you have somebody who has a small penis, and is able to stay McNabb an orgasm employees you in that way and take great care your kids. Take great care you. We'll tell you what you want hear boy. Have you ever been with a guy with a huge pianist that isn't good? Orgasm. Okay. I like tennis simulation, tracing patriation. I like simulate penetration on me like. I mean. Tom thumb. Would each other. Can you guys use toys? I don't think he's into that. Now, I mean on you like, you got to China and experiment with other things. Ted. I guess some vibrators involved and get him to do that to you bombers virus chaplain. Oh, wow. No. No, no. I'm not going to do that. Saying. Toys. Me like, I'm like. Okay. No that I have a little piggy. Gotta buy me a big one right way. Very important part of your relationship. And so I feel you with that. But I also feel like if he can have that passionate intimate connection with you still make you orgasm. You should be okay with that. And if you're gonna cheat just don't be with him find what you want. But remember, the penises and always bigger on the other side what? You might go with a big penis and everything else might be wrong. And then you're gonna regret it. And then you want to get back with him. So unfair to be a man we can't go out and get plastic surgery to make our penises big. You can't that. Penile enlargement all I've looked into it. Okay. And then do it links. All right. You girl that can get Ashot and fig breath in. Hey, and we can't get extensions from my penis. God bless you with a little pecker. You. You. Paper cuts her to especially when they went away. The somebody in this room has a small penis. Clearly. All right. Well, good luck to you. But listen don't be with somebody. If you're gonna cheat on them. That's all I have to say that's not make him feel God testing you. And you know, what man when you're not thinking? Life. You don't get blessed with more. And we mean little thank you. Right now. All right as he eight hundred five eight five one zero five one have you got a question for you. Call right now to breakfast local morning..

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