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Fresh update on "turkey" discussed on Bloomberg Opinion

Bloomberg Opinion

01:06 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "turkey" discussed on Bloomberg Opinion

"Bloomberg opinion I'm vani Quinn Do get in touch by the way all comments opinions thoughts welcome I'm advani Quinn on Twitter or email vin and Bloomberg darknet and by the way lumber opinion is also available as a podcast on Apple Spotify and wherever you get your podcasts We're with admiral James stavridis former supreme allied commander of NATO's allied command operations His new book has literally just hit the shelves It's called to risk it all 9 complex and the crucible of decision He analyzes what goes into making great decisions and maybe not so good decisions in moments of intense crisis Want to turn our attention now to NATO and the question of expansion Admiral is broad and bipartisan support in the U.S. for Finland and Sweden joining NATO turkey obviously blocking it Does turkey have good arguments to make No they don't And let's start with the qualities of these two nations as sweet and Finland I'd commanded their troops in combat they deployed alongside NATO troops in Afghanistan They operated in the war over Libya They were part of our efforts data efforts in the Balkans I know the quality of these troops very very well They are brave professional highly trained and technologically advanced The Swedish grip and fighter for example is among the very best in the world I guess if you can build a good Volvo sports car you can build a fighter pilot plane as well So they bring real military quality Second they have a history of fierce independence The fins of course bought the Soviets to a standstill and the 1939 winter war And then that ethos I think will be of benefit to NATO in third 5 point Bonnie geographically this gives us a northern Flank in the alliance and more landscape if you will in the high north in the Arctic both Sweden and Finland are nations So there is every reason to bring them into the alliance turkey on the other hand has a series of bilateral annoyances I would categorize them as between they feel themselves in those two nations It's not appropriate to hold up these applications I don't think turkey will continue to do so Well it's a pretty bold step on the part of both Finland and Sweden to want to join NATO in the first place but it does seem like a pretty broad accusation to suggest that those countries are places where quote representatives of terrorist organizations are concentrated how strong of an argument at all is this on the part of turkey I don't see it as a strong argument in the league and turkey has deployed that argument toward other NATO countries The Turks often say that one of the leaders of the gulu movement he happens to live in Pennsylvania in the United States and they want him extradited but they've not given us any reason to extradite him and neither have they given the suite to defend the appropriate documentation that would lead to an extradition It's more annoyance than anything else And I think turkey is in the wrong place on this one You know turkey admiral has suggested that it might consider leaving the alliance if it's forced to accept Sweden and Finland would it follow through I highly doubt it I have spent a lot of time in turkey my grandparents by the way were born in turkey in what is today is Mary they were born in the city of Smyrna and as Greeks they were invited to leave shall we say in the 1920s so I know turkey quite well And I will very quickly say turkey has been a very positive force in the alliance they deployed on every mission we've asked them to come on and they've done extremely well militarily I think they take pride day the Turkish nation take pride to be part of NATO and I don't think they will simply walk away from the alliance What would NATO be if turkey one of the founding members we should say left Actually turkey and Greece came in in the first tranche of additional members So they're not true founding members but your points extremely well taken I think the NATO alliance would continue on and will continue to be very strong but of course it would be diminished by the departure of any of the nations Today we have 30 nations in NATO Many have joined and done have left Let's hope turkey does not begin that pattern I think it would be bad for turkey and bad for the alliance I mean it's a real matrix of relationships as you said turkey's part it does have to navigate some kind of relationship with Russia still presumably could it safely leave Vladimir Putin's orbits even though Russia is a trading partner and ally and it needs Russia for food and energy imports in particular I think they can and I think they should And the rest of the alliance would be very happy to be helpful to turkey in that nexus of relationships And let's face it many nations are going to have to make some tough decisions in the days ahead about their relationship with library Putin's Russia And I say that specifically Vladimir Putin's Russia The Wheel of Time will turn and at some point in the future Russia may well be welcome back but for the moment we all need to adjust our relationships I'll close with this People talk these days a lot about the great resignation or the next Great Recession I think what we're going to see vani is a great rewiring You're going to see energy fuel food a query in products These are going to be rewired away from Russia in a way that will diminish them ultimately Admiral we're getting in slightly into details here but there is a question of an arms deal and a refund that turkey is looking for of $1.4 billion It was a deposit for an F-35 order What happens with that is it fair for the U.S. to hold on to that does turkey have a point I think on that one turkey very much has a point And again all of this fell out of the Turkish decision to purchase the S 400 weapons system 60 said you wanted to go into detail a very high end ear defense system And that is what led to their expulsion not too strong work from the joint strike fighter program But we need to even as we follow all of those political paths we need to be fair to a NATO partner and ally And I think this is one where we can negotiate satisfactorily with turkey and I suspect the U.S. and turkey will do so Admiral a quick word if I may on Taiwan we obviously had the president answering a question about defending Taiwan this week that wasn't received well in Beijing with our experience now regarding Ukraine has the tactical thinking on Taiwan changed at all is defense something that could be done by proxy or with sanctions as it has been for the most part with Ukraine I think that that is precisely what the administration is doing And I don't think it's a gaff or coincidence or a bespeaking on the part of the president I think that he is signaling that this administration is going to lean further forward That means a weapons systems that will be more useful in defense of the island of Taiwan it means more engagement diplomatically with the island of Taiwan and enhancing economic relationships and doing so in a timely manner before we land in crisis So it's not an all out hey we're going to defend them as we would a NATO ally That's not what the president is trying to say to him but I believe he signaling a forward leaning posture that would prepare and help the Taiwanese they can like the Ukrainians be.

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 Sweden, Finland delegations in Turkey for NATO talks

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 d ago

Sweden, Finland delegations in Turkey for NATO talks

"Delegations from Sweden and Finland are scheduled to hold talks with senior Turkish officials in an effort to overcome and cross objections to their historic bids to join the NATO alliance Turkey says it opposes the two Nordic countries membership in the military alliance citing grievances with Sweden's and to a lesser extent Finland's perceived support to groups it views as terrorists It also accuses the two of imposing arms exports restrictions on turkey Turkish objections have dampened stockholms and Helsinki's hopes for a quick membership in NATO amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine and puts NATO's credibility at stake

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Fresh update on "turkey" discussed on Bloomberg Opinion

Bloomberg Opinion

01:06 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "turkey" discussed on Bloomberg Opinion

"For Ruth whitfield Harris discussed the gun violence and racial tension raging across the country And I do believe that our nation right now is experiencing an epidemic of hate She went on to call on Americans to come together and not give in to fear the mass shooting at tops friendly markets and buffalo claimed the lives of ten people earlier this month Ruth whitfield was 86 years old according to The White House Harris met with friends and relatives of whitfield prior to the service Tomorrow President Biden will visit the small Texas town where 19 children were killed in Tuesday's mass shooting at an elementary school speaking at the university of Delaware's commencement ceremony today Biden said he'll be meeting with grieving families He called on Americans to join hands and make the country safer in the face of fear and violence The White House says the bidens will meet with community leaders religious leaders and the families of victims during Sunday's visit to Yuval Texas I'm Chris coraggio You're listening to Bloomberg opinion I'm Raleigh Quinn Do get in touch by the way old comments opinions thoughts welcome I'm advani Quinn on Twitter or email vin at Bloomberg .NET and by the way Bloomberg opinion is also available as a podcast on Apple Spotify and wherever you get your podcasts We're with admiral James stavridis former supreme allied commander of NATO's allied command operations His new book has literally just hit the shelves It's called to risk it all 9 complex and the crucible of decision He analyzes what goes into making great decisions and maybe not so good decisions in moments of intense crisis Want to turn our attention now to NATO and the question of expansion Admiral is broadened by partisan support in the U.S. for Finland and Sweden joining NATO turkey obviously blocking it Does turkey have good arguments to make No they don't And let's start with the qualities of these two nations So sweet that Finland had commanded their troops in combat they deployed alongside NATO troops in Afghanistan They operated in the war over Libya They were part of our efforts data efforts in the Balkans I know the quality of these troops very very well They are bringing professional highly trained and technologically advanced The Swedish grip and fighter for example is among the very best in the world I guess if you can build a good Volvo sports car you can build a fighter pilot plane as well So they bring real military quality Second they have a history of fierce independence the fins of course bought the Soviets to a standstill and the 1939 winter war And then that ethos I think will be of benefit to NATO and third fireplace Bonnie geographically this gives us a northern Flank in the alliance and more landscape if you will in the high north in the Arctic both Sweden and Finland are nations So there is every reason to bring them into the alliance turkey on the other hand has a series of bilateral annoyances I would categorize them as between they feel themselves in those two nations It's not appropriate to hold up these applications I don't think turkey will continue to do so Well it's a pretty bold step on the part of both Finland and Sweden to want to join NATO in the first place but it does seem like a pretty broad accusation to suggest that those countries are places where quote representatives of terrorist organizations are concentrated how strong of an argument at all is this on the part of turkey I don't see it as a strong argument in the league and turkey has deployed that argument toward other NATO countries The Turks often say that one of the leaders of the movement he happens to live in Pennsylvania in the United States and they want him extradited but they've not given us any reason to extradite him and neither have they given the suite to defend the appropriate documentation that would lead to an extradition It's more annoyance than anything else And I think turkey is in the wrong place on this one You know turkey admiral has suggested that it might consider leaving the alliance if it's forced to accept Sweden and Finland would it follow through I highly doubt it I have spent a lot of time in turkey my grandparents by the way were born in turkey in what is today is merely born in the city of Smyrna in as Greeks They were invited to leave shall we say in the 1920s So I know turkey quite well And I will very quickly say turkey has been a very positive force in the alliance They deployed on every mission we've asked them to come on and they've done extremely well militarily I think they take pride day the Turkish nation take pride being part of NATO and I don't think they will simply walk away from the alliance What would NATO be if turkey one of the founding members we should say left Actually turkey and Greece came in in the first tranche of additional members So they're not true founding members but your points extremely well taken I think the NATO alliance would continue on and will continue to be very strong but of course it would be diminished by the departure of any of the nations Today we have 30 nations in NATO Many have joined and none have left Let's hope turkey does not begin that pattern I think it would be bad for turkey and bad for the alliance I mean it's a real matrix of relationships as you said turkey's part it does have to navigate some kind of relationship with Russia still presumably could it safely leave Vladimir Putin's orbit even though Russia is a trading partner and ally and it needs Russia for food and energy imports in particular I think they can and I think they should And the rest of the alliance would be very happy to be helpful to turkey in that nexus of relationships And let's face it many nations are going to have to make some tough decisions in the days ahead about their relationship with Vladimir Putin's Russia And I say that specifically Vladimir Putin's Russia The Wheel of Time will turn and at some point in the future Russia may well be welcome back but for the moment we all need to adjust our relationships I'll close with this People talk these days a lot about the great resignation or the next Great Recession I think what we're going to see vani is a great rewiring You're going to see energy fuel food a query and products These are going to be rewired away from Russia in a way that will diminish them ultimately Admiral we're getting in slightly into details here but there is a question of an arms deal and a refund that turkey is looking for of $1.4 billion It was a deposit for an F-35 order What happens with that is it fair for the U.S. to hold onto that does turkey have a point I think on that one turkey very much has a point And again all of this fell out of the Turkish decision to purchase the S 400 weapons system since he said he wanted to go into detail a very high end ear defense system And that is what led to their expulsion.

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Are You Ready for the PHD Weight Loss Nutrition Program?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | Last week

Are You Ready for the PHD Weight Loss Nutrition Program?

"COVID. You just want to get healthy. You want to take off ten, 20, 40, 50 pounds, my son, Brian said, dad, how have you been losing this weight? I said it's called PhD weight loss and nutrition. He said, well, I need to lose about 2021 pounds. Yep, he hit his goal last week. 21 pounds of weight loss for my oldest son. This is an extraordinary program. And you got to be ready to make the commitment. You're never hungry? I had a nice turkey burger last night with some mozzarella cheese. I had cauliflower slices instead of buns because you don't eat bread or buns. Sometimes I feel like a big, I feel like a big quarter pounder with cheese. I get the quarter pounder with cheese and I go get the cauliflower slices and put the quarter powdered cheese between those two slices and they taste great and that's all approved. I mean, I could go all day long on the food to eat. I had the PhD oatmeal this morning with some half and half. Apple cinnamon oatmeal. Scrambled eggs, here's what it starts with the phone call to make to book your consultation. Here's their number. 8 6 four two 5 two 49 25. You could write it down 8 6 four two 5 two 49 25 or just go online, their website is my PhD weight

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 Turkey's president says 'no' to Sweden and Finland NATO bid

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Turkey's president says 'no' to Sweden and Finland NATO bid

"President Biden calls it a momentous day celebrating the bids by two once neutral nations to join NATO in response to Russia's Ukraine invasion The president says the U.S. fully backs applications from Finland and Sweden They meet every NATO requirement and then some And having two new NATO members in the high north will enhance the security of our alliance And would be a big embarrassment for Moscow which cited Ukraine's NATO aspirations as one reason for the invasion But Finland and Sweden face a roadblock Turkey says it's against their bids over terror concerns and other issues Finnish president Sully Nina says he's happy to discuss We condemn terrorism in

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Turkey's leader says 'no' to Sweden and Finland's NATO bid

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Turkey's leader says 'no' to Sweden and Finland's NATO bid

"President Biden is hosting leaders from Finland and Sweden today as their bids to join NATO hit a roadblock Turkey's president says his nation will reject the applications a day after his top diplomat gave mixed messages about Finland and Sweden becoming NATO members We understand their secret concerns but turkey has secured the concerns should be also met NATO makes decisions by consensus in each of the 30 members can veto a membership bid President Biden said yesterday he was optimistic I think we're going to be okay The U.S. fully backs both bids with Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin telling his Swedish counterpart both countries have modern militaries that would boost NATO Your addition to the alliance will make us all better at defending ourselves Sagar Meghani Washington

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NATO chief hails 'historic moment' as Finland, Sweden apply

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

NATO chief hails 'historic moment' as Finland, Sweden apply

"Secretary secretary secretary secretary general general general general Jens Jens Jens Jens Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg says says says says Finland Finland Finland Finland and and and and Sweden Sweden Sweden Sweden have have have have applied applied applied applied to to to to for for for for NATO NATO NATO NATO membership membership membership membership amid amid amid amid concerns concerns concerns concerns over over over over Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war on on on on Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg says says says NATO NATO NATO allies allies allies agreed agreed agreed that that that this this this is is is an an an historic historic historic moment moment moment which which which we we we must must must seize seize seize the the the applications applications applications not not not submitted submitted submitted must must must be be be weighted weighted weighted by by by the the the thirty thirty thirty member member member countries countries countries that that that process process process is is is expected expected expected to to to take take take about about about two two two weeks weeks weeks but but but to to to Turkey's Turkey's Turkey's president president president has has has expressed expressed expressed reservations reservations reservations about about about Finland Finland Finland and and and Sweden Sweden Sweden joining joining joining the the the two two two however however however could could could officially officially officially become become become members members members once once once that that that accession accession accession protocols protocols protocols are are are rectified rectified rectified even even even if if if Turkey's Turkey's Turkey's leaders leaders leaders objections objections objections are are are overcome overcome overcome that that that could could could take take take a a a few few few months months months the the the process process process usually usually usually takes takes takes eight eight eight to to to twelve twelve twelve months months months I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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Conspiracy theorists flock to bird flu, spreading falsehoods

AP News Radio

01:03 min | Last week

Conspiracy theorists flock to bird flu, spreading falsehoods

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Nordic NATO bids move forward but Turkey could derail deal

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Nordic NATO bids move forward but Turkey could derail deal

"Finland's Finland's Finland's Finland's parliament parliament parliament parliament has has has has overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly endorsed endorsed endorsed endorsed a a a a bid bid bid bid from from from from of of of of the the the the Nordic Nordic Nordic Nordic countries countries countries countries governments governments governments governments to to to to join join join join NATO NATO NATO NATO lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers at at at at the the the the two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred seat seat seat seat parliament parliament parliament parliament voted voted voted voted one one one one eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight eight two two two two approved approved approved approved Finland Finland Finland Finland seeking seeking seeking seeking membership membership membership membership in in in in of of of of the the the the thirty thirty thirty thirty member member member member western western western western military military military military alliance alliance alliance alliance the the the the vote vote vote vote was was was was considered considered considered considered a a a a formality formality formality formality after after after after leaders leaders leaders leaders have have have have announced announced announced announced the the the the intention intention intention intention to to to to join join join join on on on on Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers approval approval approval approval wasn't wasn't wasn't wasn't necessarily necessarily necessarily necessarily required required required required however however however however he he he he was was was was told told told told to to to to be be be be important important important important for for for for the the the the parliament parliament parliament parliament to to to to weigh weigh weigh weigh in in in in on on on on that that that that the the the the NATO NATO NATO NATO bid bid bid bid described described described described by by by by the the the the Finnish Finnish Finnish Finnish head head head head of of of of state state state state as as as as historic historic historic historic Finland's Finland's Finland's Finland's not not not not expected expected expected expected to to to to sign sign sign sign a a a a formal formal formal formal application application application application on on on on file file file file it it it it to to to to NATO NATO NATO NATO headquarters headquarters headquarters headquarters in in in in the the the the coming coming coming coming days days days days together together together together with with with with Nordic Nordic Nordic Nordic neighbour neighbour neighbour neighbour Sweden Sweden Sweden Sweden I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles de de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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Iranian Plot to Assassinate US General Foiled by Mossad

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 3 weeks ago

Iranian Plot to Assassinate US General Foiled by Mossad

"From the post millennial side a great site Iranian plot to assassinate U.S. general in Berlin foiled by Israel's Mossad The Mossad had been operating in Iran at the time when they captured an interrogated mansoor rasuli Who admitting during an interrogation that he had been ordered to assassinate a U.S. general in Berlin A journalist in France and a worker at the Israeli consulate in Istanbul Israeli officials pointed out that the threat posed by the Islamic revolutionary guard corps applies not only to Israel but to other nations around the globe The officials also noted that this plot is part of a larger target list which includes recently foiled plots in both Kenya and Columbia Rosalie who admitted that he was ordered to establish a terror cell during drug cartels to assassinate his targets According to the Israeli defense forces the plot was organized by a member of unit 8 40 A secret operations unit that organizes infrastructure for terror groups within Western countries The Iranian government was reportedly willing to pay over $1 million for the assassination of these targets The operative who was part of Iran's quds force was reportedly paid a 150,000 to quote prepare for the assassinations According to reports from the U.S. UK and turkey Iran has been using international crime groups to carry out its agenda in countries around the world These plots include the hiring of zen dashi cartel to abduct or assassinate Iranian defectors in turkey Which has been ongoing since 2015 I wonder who the general is But it's my understanding that they had a price on Pompeo's head

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Why the WHCD Is a Waste of Time

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Why the WHCD Is a Waste of Time

"Were you at The White House correspondents association dinner on Saturday night? I was not now. I won neither. I wasn't invited. I went 6 years ago and said, this is really, this is the regime. This is the gathering in of the over class. And I'm using that advisory. It's just the permanent government. I don't think it's a deep state, like turkey has or like Russia has. I think it's an over class. And they get together once a year and they celebrate their over a class Ness. And it's not very classy, but it is dominant. You did not hear much about the founding values that you would see held up at restoring America. So my question is, who is going to write for restoring America? 'cause you can't to go to that dinner is almost to take you off of Tom Rogan's radar, I think. Well, you know, obviously, I think one of the issues here, you know, people like to go work with some are examiner, racist, of course. There are some great reporters, but that group in Kellerman, I think, look at The White House press briefing room, right? That it does pervade. So we're showing America it is a work in progress. What we want to do is just build up some of the top thinkers in conservative thought, both on the kind of think tank side, but in media. We've had politicians already senator Rubio's written for us and Andy McCarthy, I hope, is going to be starting writing for us a Deborah so on some of the social policy areas. John Bolton, got a piece. So really what we want to do is just try to attract these thinkers and say to them, what are my key pictures is I can pay, I can pay people to do it, which they deserve for their time. And secondly, I'm not going to edit you and my colleagues are not going to edit you excessively. We want you to make a robust argument and feel free to kind of run with it. Again, because what is the central plank over restoring America as idea? Free debate, dialog discussion,

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"turkey" Discussed on Bear Grease

Bear Grease

07:48 min | Last month

"turkey" Discussed on Bear Grease

"Oral stories have always been important for humans. They operate using the Supernatural technology that replaces a moment that's been overran by Tom. The telling of the story allots it a Second Life resuscitating it to transcend time and geography in the mind of another human. You can't tell a story to a dog or a horse and expect them to get much out of it. But that's what makes us special. The words of others shape imagery in our minds and in many ways, it's better than actually being there. The storyteller has rendered out the impurities and the valuable details, information, and the takeaway of the experience is delivered to the listener in a neat, tidy package. That is, if the person is an efficient storyteller and stories always indicate the values of the teller. I'm always looking for where someone puts emphasis and shows what's important to them. Because it will show you something about their insides. Well, that was a fancy way to say that if you like a good turkey out in store, you're gonna love this podcast. Turkey stories are different than any other kind of story because there's always lots of action, hand gestures, ups and downs, and turkey sounds being replicated. Told by the right person at the right time in the right company of people, they're hard to beat. I don't recall a better lineup of turkey hunters and storytellers than in this here podcast. We got them stacked like turkey beards in the cigar box. I'd like to invite you to sit back and enjoy a campfire with some people from my world. Every one of them I respect in a unique way, but they've all got one thing in common. They live for hunting wild turkeys. This first story is told by none other than Yanis putis of meat eater. Since time immemorial, the south has been the cultural epicenter of turkey hunting, but the burgeoning gobbler populations of the west are spawning some great western turkey hunters and Giannis is one of them. The man can flat cover some ground and chases some turkey's hard. By my request, here's Yanis most memorable turkey hunt and his emphasis might surprise you. Clay? Here's my hunting story. My turkey hunting story isn't necessarily a story about me, it's more about my wife and when I got to see her experience through a turkey hunt. Takes place in Montana about 7 years ago and we had gone out, we had just moved to Montana and it was our first spring turkey hunting in Montana. I found a spot on a map that looked good. We drove in there, set up a camp, started hunting. I went out first one day, she stayed back with the kids. I might even got a gobbler the first day. It was good. And so when I got back, I said, you should go out for an afternoon and just see what you can do. And she'd maybe been out a couple days with me, but very, very early in her turkey hunting career. Little to no experience, I sent her out with a slate pot call in a peg. Some basic camouflage. And she was looking at it more like, I'm gonna go out and get away from kids and life in the craziness and just go out and enjoy the forest and the outdoors for a few hours. This is maybe 2 o'clock in the afternoon. She walks out of the camp. So, the girls and I, we go and hike a little mountain nearby. We glass, we go pick flowers, come back to camp, maybe it's four now. Mom's not back yet. We leave camp. There's a pond nearby. We go to the pond. Try to catch some frogs, look at turtles, throw rocks in the water. Come back to camp. No mom. Make dinner kind of postpone eating dinner, waiting, no mom. We eat dinner, still no mom, starting to get dark. Now this is probably May and Montana, so the days are long. It doesn't actually get dark until probably close to 9 p.m.. So she's been gone 6, 7 hours now. And soon enough, the kids are tired. So I put them to bed. Eventually it's like getting dusty. I have a beer, still no mom, no wife. And actually, I'm like, well, I'm gonna go to bed. She must have gone out for a really long hike, and she's just really enjoying herself, so I'm not too worried about it. I'm just gonna lay down next to the kids in the tent, close my eyes. It gets really dusty, and I'm just fading into some sleep. When all of a sudden, zip, that tent door zips open and I hear like, oh my gosh, there he was. There I was, and I was calling, and he was calling back. Was that you calling? I was calling and then he was calling, and then I think I spooked him, but then I went around the hill, and then I called some more. And he called back, and I was making these sounds, and I was doing this. And he was calling an unlike just waking up and I'm like, wow, wow, wow. Who are you? What have you done with my wife? What is going on here right now? And she experienced not only one but got into work two different gobblers in her whatever. 7, 8 hours that she had spent out there Roman the hills of Montana looking for Miriam's turkeys. And twice had gotten to experience the joy that we all find in turkey hunting that I especially love. And that's like the communication with that gobbler with that bird. And it just bit her so hard. Like I hadn't seen my wife so excited about a certain thing in who knows how long probably since the kids were born. But she was so fired up, just like asking all the questions, what did I do wrong? I should have done this and then she's hyper analyzing it in just the excitement of it all and of course I'm just like kind of coming out of just almost being asleep and it was all hard to comprehend for me at the moment, but in the end we saw that she had been working a bird that had actually roosted and it was on a nearby ridge from camp, it was only maybe three or 400 yards away. And she said, well, I thought he was there. I think he had roosted and I figured I should just back out and then come back, you can't, which is the right thing to do. But when she came out to the road that we used to access the hunting zone, so she says, I backed out of there, but I left a pile of flowers in the road, and if you take a left at that pile of flowers, if you go down the ridge, you'll run into this gobbler. So the next morning I get up nice and early, walk down the road. I see a pile of fresh, but wilted from being sitting out there overnight. Arrow leaf balsam root bright yellow, you could even in the dark you could see them from 50 60 yards away. The pile of flowers, I take a left, don't go too far, sit down, and as it cracks light, I can hear the gobbler start to gobble in the tree, and it was a classic hunt that morning. I worked in for probably whatever in the tree for 15, 20 minutes, and then on the ground for another 20, 30 minutes until he finally committed. Came over the hill, and I shot him. That's a story of how my wife got hooked on turkey honey and hooked on communicating with turkeys. I'll never forget being woken up by a excited energized near 40 year old woman after communicating with a couple gobblers in Montana. Good one, Giannis, and you'll have to wait till the end of the.

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Bird Feeders (MM #4044)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Bird Feeders (MM #4044)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Two or three weeks ago I was talking about the rise in cases of bird flu, which is going to cause our chicken and turkey prices to go up because those birds are being affected greatly. But bird experts are now saying we need to do something about it to help stop the bird flu, and it's kind of weird what they're asking us to do. But I guess maybe it's not. They say, if you have bird feeders outside for the birds, or even have a bird bath, don't fill the bird bath with water and take down the bird feeders. Well, if we do that, how are the birds going to eat? They're going to have to go find their food. And yes, it's true. They're going to have a hard time finding food. But here's why that's important, because what it does is it doesn't give them a place to congregate. One bird with the bird flu coming up to a bird feeder can infect all the rest of the birds no matter what kind they are, and they infect others and they infect others and how that works. So if you have bird feeders, if you have a bird bath, you may want to take time off this year. At least for two or three months, hopefully after two or three months, we can go back to normal and everybody can put up the bird feeders and their bird baths again. Something I would have never thought to think about, but it makes sense.

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Bird Feeders (MM #4044)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Bird Feeders (MM #4044)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Two or three weeks ago I was talking about the rise in cases of bird flu, which is going to cause our chicken and turkey prices to go up because those birds are being affected greatly. But bird experts are now saying we need to do something about it to help stop the bird flu, and it's kind of weird what they're asking us to do. But I guess maybe it's not. They say, if you have bird feeders outside for the birds, or even have a bird bath, don't fill the bird bath with water and take down the bird feeders. Well, if we do that, how are the birds going to eat? They're going to have to go find their food. And yes, it's true. They're going to have a hard time finding food. But here's why that's important, because what it does is it doesn't give them a place to congregate. One bird with the bird flu coming up to a bird feeder can infect all the rest of the birds no matter what kind they are, and they infect others and they infect others and how that works. So if you have bird feeders, if you have a bird bath, you may want to take time off this year. At least for two or three months, hopefully after two or three months, we can go back to normal and everybody can put up the bird feeders and their bird baths again. Something I would have never thought to think about, but it makes sense.

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Bird Feeders (MM #4044)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Bird Feeders (MM #4044)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Two or three weeks ago I was talking about the rise in cases of bird flu, which is going to cause our chicken and turkey prices to go up because those birds are being affected greatly. But bird experts are now saying we need to do something about it to help stop the bird flu, and it's kind of weird what they're asking us to do. But I guess maybe it's not. They say, if you have bird feeders outside for the birds, or even have a bird bath, don't fill the bird bath with water and take down the bird feeders. Well, if we do that, how are the birds going to eat? They're going to have to go find their food. And yes, it's true. They're going to have a hard time finding food. But here's why that's important, because what it does is it doesn't give them a place to congregate. One bird with the bird flu coming up to a bird feeder can infect all the rest of the birds no matter what kind they are, and they infect others and they infect others and how that works. So if you have bird feeders, if you have a bird bath, you may want to take time off this year. At least for two or three months, hopefully after two or three months, we can go back to normal and everybody can put up the bird feeders and their bird baths again. Something I would have never thought to think about, but it makes sense.

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Turkey suspends trial of Saudi suspects in Khashoggi killing

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Turkey suspends trial of Saudi suspects in Khashoggi killing

"A a a a Turkish Turkish Turkish Turkish court court court court has has has has suspended suspended suspended suspended the the the the trial trial trial trial in in in in absentia absentia absentia absentia of of of of twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six Saudis Saudis Saudis Saudis accused accused accused accused in in in in the the the the gruesome gruesome gruesome gruesome killing killing killing killing of of of of Washington Washington Washington Washington post post post post columnist columnist columnist columnist Jamal Jamal Jamal Jamal Khashoggi Khashoggi Khashoggi Khashoggi ruling ruling ruling ruling that that that that the the the the case case case case be be be be transferred transferred transferred transferred to to to to Saudi Saudi Saudi Saudi Arabia Arabia Arabia Arabia the the the the decision decision decision decision comes comes comes comes despite despite despite despite warnings warnings warnings warnings from from from from human human human human rights rights rights rights groups groups groups groups the the the the turning turning turning turning the the the the case case case case over over over over to to to to the the the the kingdom kingdom kingdom kingdom would would would would lead lead lead lead to to to to a a a a cover cover cover cover up up up up of of of of the the the the killing killing killing killing which which which which is is is is because because because because the the the the suspicion suspicion suspicion suspicion on on on on Saudi Saudi Saudi Saudi crown crown crown crown prince prince prince prince Mohammed Mohammed Mohammed Mohammed bin bin bin bin Salman Salman Salman Salman it it it it also also also also comes comes comes comes as as as as Turkey Turkey Turkey Turkey in in in in the the the the throes throes throes throes of of of of an an an an economic economic economic economic downturn downturn downturn downturn has has has has been been been been trying trying trying trying to to to to repair repair repair repair its its its its troubled troubled troubled troubled relationship relationship relationship relationship with with with with Saudi Saudi Saudi Saudi and and and and an an an an array array array array of of of of other other other other countries countries countries countries in in in in this this this this region region region region some some some some media media media media reports reports reports reports have have have have claimed claimed claimed claimed that that that that Riyadh Riyadh Riyadh Riyadh has has has has made made made made improved improved improved improved relations relations relations relations conditional conditional conditional conditional on on on on Turkey Turkey Turkey Turkey dropping dropping dropping dropping the the the the case case case case against against against against the the the the Saudis Saudis Saudis Saudis I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month

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"turkey" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

07:08 min | Last month

"turkey" Discussed on Planet Money

"That just sort of reinforced that. A limit because of the powerful secular forces running the country. But Erdoğan was not to be counted out so quickly. He staged a comeback and became prime minister in 2003. At first, the U.S. and Europe embraced Erdoğan as a pro democracy, moderate Islamic leader. Someone with conservative social value, sure, but would check off the right boxes on western economic policies, like privatizing state owned businesses and opening up to more foreign investment. There was even talk of turkey joining the EU. But over the last decade and especially after a coup attempt in 2016, Erdoğan has taken an authoritarian turn, cracking down on political dissenters and claiming really broad political powers. He even abolished the office of prime minister, an office he used to hold, getting rid of power sharing at the top. He now appoints judges, provincial governors, even the heads of public and private universities. Erdoğan has also muscled his way into basically running the economy. In 2018, he decreed that from now on he would choose the head of the Central Bank without any kind of confirmation process. And he put his son in law in charge of the finance ministry. So people who follow turkey, economists and investors were understandably on edge in May of 2018 when Erdoğan made a state visit to the United Kingdom. The president's Republican turkey and misses Erdoğan, your majesty. Anna's visit, Erdoğan went to Buckingham Palace to meet the queen. Good morning. Good morning. So we meet again. He gave a joint press conference with then prime minister Theresa May, pretty standard state visit stuff. And he also stopped by Bloomberg TV in London for an interview. Your excellency, thank you very much indeed for taking the time to join us here at Bloomberg. So many questions by this time, the lira had been losing value all year. And annual inflation was in double digits. The TV appearance was an opportunity to offer some reassurance that he had a plan to address turkey's economic problems. That maybe he would raise interest rates to get a handle on inflation. Instead, Erdoğan threw an interpreter double down on the opposite idea. First of all, when you look at the cause and effect relationship, the intest rate is the cause and inflation is the result. The lower the interest rate is, the lower inflation will be. This is something that Erdoğan has been saying for over a decade that raising interest rates fuels inflation. It is a completely unorthodox belief that's universally rejected by mainstream economists. Because it flies in the face of economic logic. Logic that says if you make it more expensive to borrow money by raising rates, that slows down the economy. So like a business owner might hold off on taking out a loan to expand their factory. Or a shopper might not put a random impulse purchase on their credit card. Because they're thinking about how much they'll have to pay an interest. These micro decisions add up across an economy over time. Eventually, demand goes down and prices follow. And this chain of events is what policymakers want to set in motion when inflation gets too high. It's why the U.S. bed is raising rates right now. But in turkey, even with its runaway inflation problem, Erdoğan was like, no way. After his television interview, the Turkish lira dropped to a new record low. Because if Erdoğan wasn't going to change his mind on interest rates, even with inflation spiking, markets calling for action and turkey facing a really bad economic future, then maybe nothing would bring him around. And when the president went back to Ankara the capital, the sell off in the lyra kept going. Investors holding Turkish stocks, bonds, and currency were like, we want to get off this ride. And emra, our expert who grew up selling jewelry in the Grand Bazaar, says the president was not sad to see them go. Erdoğan had characterized foreign investors as speculators. Outsiders just trying to make some quick lira on Turkish stocks and bonds. To maintain the investors in your economy, you had to add these to a semblance of orthodox monetary policies and provide some certainty. So more and more, foreign investors left turkey because the message to them from anchor was clear. We don't want you here. So what was Erdoğan doing? What was his logic and making these calls? Erdoğan is not an economist, but emre says he does have these very set ideas about how economies function based in part on his early years as an ambitious young leader in Istanbul. Erdoğan has from sort of hard knuckle neighborhood in Istanbul known for its tough guys and all of that. He would go out and talk to his constituents, like small business owners. He has a reputation as someone who would go door to door to mom and pop shops and be very humble and inquire about people's needs and promise solutions and listen to them. Emma says what Erdoğan gathered from these conversations was that high borrowing costs in the form of high interest rates were hard on these mom and pop shops because those small business owners told him they would pass higher expenses onto their customers in the form of higher prices, also known as inflation. So historic follows that if you cut lending costs, then reductions to inflation will follow. I miss there are some other factors at play too. There's an ugly and anti semitic undercurrent in some of the president's rhetoric. Erdoğan talks about something called the interest rate lobby. It's like a vague reference to a shadowy group of financial puppet masters trying to destabilize the Turkish economy. It conjures up this image of a bunch of people and pinstripes sitting in their room, smoking cigars laughing and seeing ha ha ha, look at turkey paying us very high interest rates. There's also a religious component to Erdoğan's stance. He's at about Muslim and Islamic law, according to a widely held interpretation forbids earning money or getting any kind of benefit from a loan, charging interest is considered exploitative. Emra, says he's heard the president will kind of quiz business leaders when he meets with them. Ask them, our interest rates allowed under Islamic law. They tap to answer to that no. And then he would say, well, there you have my answer about why I think we should have zero interest rates. So I think it's a bit of religious belief infused with populism infused with misguided conception of economics. So emra says, that's why Erdoğan is so dead set against raising interest rates. Even though Erdoğan has held these beliefs for a long time, they've only been put to the test recently. Because until recently, interest rates in the major global economies were low, inflation was under control and had been for decades, and Erdoğan presided over a flourishing Turkish economy that brought in foreign money. Construction boomed, luxury condos and skyscrapers went.

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What Does It Mean to Be 'Woke'

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:13 min | Last month

What Does It Mean to Be 'Woke'

"So we have Elon Musk, Tucker Carlson played Elon Musk at an interview somewhere. And he gave, we have to get it shown if you can get the first segment of last night's Tucker Carlson show. And I would say ten minutes in is Sergey Brin on video defining what woke is. What progressivism is, I have spent my life defining and explaining the left and he did it in the I think one sentence better than I ever did. Oh, the honor made sure to get boy. I said turkey Brennan, I'm sorry, Elon Musk. Big mistake. Big, big, big, big, giant mistake. No, it's Elon Musk, Sean, that we're looking for. Something to the effect of it provides a shield for the cruel to wrap themselves in moral purity.

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Taliban Guards Once-Hated Buddhas as It Eyes Chinese Cash From Copper

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:00 min | 2 months ago

Taliban Guards Once-Hated Buddhas as It Eyes Chinese Cash From Copper

"I want to talk about the Taliban and the statues of ancient buddhas that are in Afghanistan built many of them hundreds of years ago. And you might remember the episode going back now to when the Taliban first came to power, they hate these Buddha statues because to the Taliban, this is sort of heresy. This is not heresy, but this is the wrong path to the truth, if you will. The only path is Allah's path. And so these other religions are kind of violations of the truth. And so the Taliban mounts what can be accurately called a crusade against those. Buddha statues and they blew up a bunch of them in a part of the country. They said these are pagan idols. We don't want them in an Islamic State. And so bam, down they go and the world was a little outraged, not because the world is people around the world are partisans of Buddhism, per se, but these statues have a historical and a. Historical significance, as well as obviously a religious significance for Buddhists. So there was a sort of outrage against religious freedom, a kind of outrage against the idea that these are a preservation of the historical record, but the Taliban, of course, doesn't care about any of that historical record who reads history, and probably for them history begins in the 7th century anyway. Now, interestingly, the same controversy has been resurrected now because there are ancient Buddha statues carved into the cliffs of rural Afghanistan and they are looking over a kind of ravine. And hundreds of meters down, there is what is believed to be the world's largest deposit of copper copper. Now, in Taliban want to promote economic development in their country and I think ordinarily, they'd be really happy to blow up these Buddha statues, but they've realized that the Buddha statues are going to be of some value to any country that wants to come in and mine that copper for them. Now, a bunch of countries want to be in on this deal. Russia has said, we'll do it. We'll line the copper Iran has said, we'll do it. Turkey said, we'll do it with a country that wants to do it the most is China. China. And interestingly, although China is a communist society and although China is officially anti religious and they of course persecute Christians in China, the Chinese like the Buddha statues. Partly it could be because there was a history of Buddhism that made its way to the far east and all the way to China. It could be because the Chinese simply think that for historical reasons they would like to preserve these statues in any event, they have let the Taliban know that these statues are valuable and should not be desecrated or

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Biden says action will reveal Russia's intent

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Biden says action will reveal Russia's intent

"President Biden is downplaying Russia's announcement that it will fundamentally scaled back military operations near Ukraine's capital into another city Russian troops have taken heavy losses in a bid to seize Kiev and other cities amid strong Ukrainian resistance Moscow now seems to be lowering its themes but here at the White House and elsewhere we'll see I don't read anything into it too I see with their actions are the Kremlin says the pull back as a good will gesture aimed at boosting trust in peace talks the president was asked if the withdrawals aside the negotiations in Turkey may be showing progress to see what they have to offer Sager mag Ghani at the White House

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Live updates: Turkey calls for cease-fire as talks resume

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Live updates: Turkey calls for cease-fire as talks resume

"In the sample Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan tells the two sides but they have a historic responsibility to stop the fighting in Ukraine as she greeted the two delegations seated on opposite sides of a long table Erdogan said we believe that they'll be no loses in a just peace prolonging the conflict is not in anyone's interest earlier on the divisive to Ukrainian president hello to me is that in ski told you crying in media there are intensive consultations going on regarding several important issues the key among those isn't agreement on international security guarantees for Ukraine he added that only with this agreement can we end the war in a way that you crane needs I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Turkey calls for cease-fire as talks resume

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Turkey calls for cease-fire as talks resume

"Peace talks between Russia and Ukrainian delegations are taking place of the talks in Turkey's Istanbul the Ukrainian president said his country is prepared to declare its neutrality as Moscow has demanded in comments that might lend momentum to negotiations hello to me is it and ski says the compromise might be possible over the complex issue of dumbass the whole P. contested region in the country's east from inside Russia has long demanded that Ukraine drop any hope of joining NATO which Moscow sees as a threat Vident ski to who stressed Ukraine needs security guarantees of its own as part of any deal I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"turkey" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

04:08 min | 4 months ago

"turkey" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

"And then we just film altogether. You could even have dinner altogether with everyone all the time. And love for there to be a group dinner. Yeah, like how they do in married at first sight. Yeah. Oh, that would be good. You want to be on the show? You got to go to turkey, and meet your guy. Okay. I could do that. Everyone get visas for turkey because it seems to be the easiest thing to do. The easiest place to go to. Yeah. So I don't know. I'm just asking, I'm very smart, good. If you're American, like Caleb, and you are going to turkey, you don't need to apply for a Visa. You can just go. You might need to apply for a visit. I'm not sure what the laws are. It depends on the it depends on the laws between turkey and America. It's different for every country. Okay. That's all. So I don't know if you can get from China. I don't know if turkey is accepting people in China. I don't know. But it seems right now, it's pretty wax. Turkey's. It seems like that's where the place to be is. You have some turkey and turkey. I want some turkey. Okay, how about this? Forest head. We change the name of the show. Turkey and turkey. Okay. Turkey is turkey. TNT. And basically everyone goes to turkey. And you have a group date over a turkey dinner. It sounds delicious. It sounds like a good show. Yeah, I get with that. I like the turkey. I bought it. I would watch it so much more easily. You know what? Kissing is not allowed in turkey. Let's make that a roll. No touching. It's like being in jail. And if you're gonna kiss, shut the mic off. I just can't hear it anymore. Okay, how about this? You wait until the camera crew leaves. You would think people would want to. I wouldn't never want to kiss on camera. Oh my God. I didn't want to kiss my own wedding. I can't imagine kissing. And kissing in a group,.

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"turkey" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

04:29 min | 4 months ago

"turkey" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

"Child and he's tearing her in this and that and that's probably why he wasn't trying to be intimate with her. He had maybe how he felt, and I get that. Right, but also like, think about how you would carry someone. Okay. And think about how he carried her is way different. He's carrying her like a gym bag. Yes. Yeah. What are you doing? I know. Oh my God. There's something inside of men that just doesn't click. No, I know. It just doesn't. Even the difference between the way I would pick up my dog and the way like Matt would pick up my dog. It's just different. It's like, what are you made of rocks? Men don't have a certain thing. A certain genre inside of them that makes them care for someone. I know. They don't have that nurturing. So he wants her to work out. So she puts on her best tank top full makeup and her jogging genes. Why are they doing this? It made me so uncomfortable. But he's also making her do crunches and saying if you could sit up enough, you can kiss me. The motivation. Yeah, but guys do that. You know what I would do? What? I would lay down flat. But he knows that she really wants to kiss him though. Okay. Yeah, I don't know. He would be like Tracy to sit up. I'd be like, I'm really, I'm really trying. You'd be like, oh, I died. I can't do this anymore. So they go to meet Maria. And he wears his favorite shirt from Alice in Wonderland. It was from hot topic. What is this? I like this as a tablecloth to be honest. I like that he was like I wore my best dress. She's like, oh, you think that's good. Okay, no. No, that was fun. So I'm a real lives in turkey. This is her friend in turkey. Right. It's just coincidental that she happens to have a friend in turkey. So Maria asked about their relationship. And she's like, oh, and now I'm upset. Why? Because Maria was asking where they would live in style? No. Because she's like, oh, so.

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"turkey" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck

Storytelling with Puck

05:01 min | 10 months ago

"turkey" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck

"Ancestry dot com. I can trace your lineage that day at night text and it came back whereas said scandinavian the navien safeta males while i was a shield. My bats. i'm running with a cat will actually breaking it so for me. It was the storyteller me a while. I'm gonna have fun with this. So that was what may be thinking about writing a by king novels. The protagonist as eighty and she is a princess and She with moist. Modern fantasy. novels does know may be heading deaths or merge last couple of pages warning signs shinde had family very early on ends up being titan I think she's a slave by tiger wide. She ends up being taken off to viking territory and the the story itself is up by Loyalty family and friendship and standing up for what you believe in her crown if you like was taken away from her by the enemy and so she has to work hides how important as full Who can help have get back if that's what she wants And how she can find that. Strength team avenge family I had signed much fun writing that book. I really date at yeah account might fits come away. Give you the spoilers yet. Give it away but if you keep excited of people already a little bit upset because there wasn't a turkey it but it's it's amazing the next book right. I'm gonna put turkey and it just put a turkey called steph. January sounds like such that. The story is so i urge people call by gets but as soon as it comes out for people to go such for it to. I want to get back to your first story. Woke up with and you mentioned the moment of pretending you double when you go the let just novel one. Gosh wouldn't think you said it really can hit hyman tools. The story was the idea that they should go from penguin and something which i wonder about that and wonder how way to to help of office going forward is that was an external validation. That was coming from the outside. It's now something that is you say it's a moment that you look back on and they helped you go. Yes for people who don't necessarily house that kind to level of external validation for some people who would just start out. Don't have it at tool. How do you encourage people to look inwards for validation or. Do you encourage them to do that. I might go donald. Puff absolutely r j. I think the it all starts with the why why are you. What do you won't book. I'm doing a free challenge this week and that was yesterday's task for them to think that why and i said this surveys isn't it might literally want to see my name imprint which It might be that it's based you'll business profile. You go book. Say he is.

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"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

The Broken Cork

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

"Because you get you get the old with the new and you you you look at the visitor center. It's a brand new visitor centre. I don't know when it was erected. But i mean the dang thing looks brand new and then you turn around and you see rick houses that have been there for years years and years. Twenty skews you so with this seventeen year. What can we be. So i i. I think you're gonna get the woodenness up front right. I mean because it's seventeen years just like the got more would on the tan. You're going to get even more. Would on on the seventeen but interesting about this one is how transforms you really get top middle and bottom. Everybody always talks about top notes. Middle notes bottom notes right which which you don't expect most people don't really experience and even i have a hard time like with with discerning those notes but i think you really do get it in this one so the would comes first. Then you're going to notice the silky carmel. Noah and then what's interesting is when it linked when it goes away on your palate and you're left with that after taste. The spice comes out and lingers there for a while and it's not super spicy. It's not overbearing right. But it's there. That's what i like about it. I that like rice. Rice buys punches. You in the mouth with it and this is like a slow burn. Yes sir this is a slow burner and my goodness is it. Good if if you're blessed enough to have a bottle and have tasted it alongside us with match commentary Here's to you cheers to you so good. You must candy note to cancel oak. All this is coming from professional. Who does this first thing in the morning. So if he's saying it let's no fantastic. It's just. I mean you were ryan because we're drinking. Yeah exactly what it is you were dead on though when you say you get this experience with this. It's it's something unique. And i wish everyone could taste it. It's interesting because you know like with riot typically hit like you said it. Hits you in the mouth actually. Yeah then then. You get the sweetness this one. I feel like it's the sweetness and then this about i have a big sweet tooth. So this is this is hitting every note for me is perfect more It's just a testament of how how bourbon is aged and what how it changes over time in the bear. They can flip flop. It can do all kinds of different staff one difference that i think i should note to with wild. Turkey is the proof that enters the barrel so by law As most of us know you you have to enter the barrel at below. One one twenty-five proof one twenty five or below wild turkey specifically does less than that..

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"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

The Broken Cork

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

"So this is the the first masters keep that came out. This is the wild turkey. Seventeen year and to date. It's the oldest expression of wild turkey. That's on the market now last year We did come out with a seventeen year. That was a bottled in bond But it is essentially the oldest wild turkey. You're going to get the most oak off of it. And what's what's interesting about. This one is how it transforms on your pal. So we'll come up here. And actually i was going to ask Would you like to do the honors. This one sir. Yes i would be. This is corks are so hefty. You could you could knock a human being out with those plus on top of that. You get the chance to have mr postlewait touch your cairns up. So i mean that's the highlight is famous. So i'm looking at the court just randomly and i have to ask. Is this actual like barrel. That's on the on the course of these. I know i've always had this question. I've never gotten ask anyone. I don't know because. I remember the company long enough to masters keep yet which we have one coming up. Yeah as houston so what happens with this one. yes sir. you're going to see you're going to see this transform on your pal you're going to get a lotta would. It's going to smell wonderful. It smells like when you walk into a rick house sir up rig house which if you've never experienced that please go go. I did this as bourbon. Enthusi- leaves that is lizards. And this is what got me into it. Like the the whole history of heaven. Rick houses and seeing you know survive in natural disasters and going through everything that while that the midwest has to offer as as seasonal changes and getting to taste all those different changes and all the flavors that come through. It's it's the natural. It's wonderful to when you're able to unlock a rick house especially in the morning because what happens is all all the air rushes out. Well yes sir. So you get that natural kentucky air conditioning. Lock the doors and cracker. You just take a deep breath. Just fantastic first thing so i will admit my first experience with rick house like that rick house smell and the the distillery funk Actually happened at surprisingly enough. Sazaran facility was buffalo trace. I stepped out of my car. I looked at jake. And i said i'm home. Oh right that's why. He went to route whole i. But you know there. You don't gets out. You don't get that you don't get that but you go to a distillery that's been around for so long. Went the buffalo trace. And you you step out of your car and you get those funky smells those notes you can smell the geese you can smell the fermentation. You can smell the barrels aging in the warehouse. The rick houses and it's just a magical magical moment and if you haven't experienced it like matlock. Jake like i think of all said do it. Dude oh my god all right so. We stopped at buffalo trace. Which i thought was cool. It was old which was amazing. So there's like belichick's cool but then you show up at wild turkey. Have you parked just on this cliff. Edge pissing right there. It is like they had tears apart. Oh just park on park here. Here's this hillside right next to the visitor's center and you're going to overlook that through most of your tour it's just on bluff and it's fantastic wild turkeys the most as far as i consider it the friendliest tour i guess as far as like introducing yourself to it I wanna say while turkey..

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"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

The Broken Cork

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

"Store boom so russell. Single barrel is the next one we got here. Jake you wanna everyone a little bit of that. One of the big differences. They've something something that we're gonna see here is. The single barrel is a non chill filtered bourbon versus the ten year which is chill filtered. Okay see you're you're going to get different notes. You're going to get you know. I'm a big fan of the non chill filtered. I i think most bourbon aficionados are. You just get a lot more of those oils that carry through things that the con- generators from from the process and whatnot. Yeah i saw just the filtration process differences. Such a such a unique thing leaves different different See this elements urban with the russell single barrel. This is new to me brandon territory. Yeah and it's such a unique difference from the ten year to the to the single barrel. The ten years would just picked up last week so that was my first. I experience the russell's reserve really. Yes this is all new territory so you may. You're going from a batching process to single barrel is. It's such a right situation single barrels but change. This is my first experience. I think the wild turkey. I've never bought a store pick her by any of that. So this is fantastic. Yeah i think so. So you're not gonna vary so. I can't really tell you what you're going to experience because it does vary from lot lot but i i will say for the allocation of this. We are now pushed out to twenty twenty two for these continues to develop douay. Wow so yeah so cova had really has just kind of pushed you out so far but will cove. It's changed the whole dynamic of the liquor. Industry i mean. Sales in general have increased but specifically Store liquor store sales have increased. And then of course on premise. What we call it in. The industry on premise are bar sales. Nevada veasley decrease But overall we're still trending trending upwards. That's i mean and and that's to be expected with covid. I think we talked a little bit about the the hospitality and tourism Last last week or it was the week before. I mean you. You gave so many tours in two thousand nineteen but the tours in two twenty twenty. I mean as they started opening backup. It's just been so negligible and that's really. They're really saddens me. Because that's one of my favorite parts of the seller is is that customer experience of going on tour and i would even loved to give those tours at some point. I you know you've been our visitor centre. It's a beautiful visitor center. We took a picture there and it was just actually yes right there on the wall just like a loved it. I call it bourbon church. Actually fedral feels. Like i mean big wide windows..

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"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

The Broken Cork

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

"Did Was this eddie's first big project. As far as i think he's his contribution to the wild turkey legacy yes yes and jimmy. Jimmy still hasn't handed that that baton off yet this he says he may not. That's just joking around. But i mean i mean operationally edie eddie is is really the functional master. Still or of wild turkey right now. It's it's so awesome. I mean you see the history there the lineage. I mean how many how many years between them now. oh man. i don't know that's a really good question. Because i mean jimmy. Jimmy's pretty well sixty plus years at the company. Just at the company. Yeah night that's crazy. Sixty years of one place is a lot of time. I mean he started right out of high school. He basically played basketball and loans spurred and then went to work for wild turkey. I wish that was my job playing basketball wall and while while turkey there are fantastic videos if you haven't watched them just just youtube it just on jimmy in general there there's a twenty minute video out there about how he his just history and how i started at wild turkey became the master distiller and just some people talking about the speeches that he gave and whatnot. It's money when eddie speaks about him. He's like i would have never known. Dad could even talk and then he gets up in front of people when he just starts rattling off about bourbon. And that's what bourbon does to people So what are you guys thinking of this one. I'll throw it back at you. What he get though here. We go need to read my notes here..

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"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

The Broken Cork

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

"I don't know anything about it to the top of my rows in a heartbeat and the funny thing is about that When we went to wild turkey in january Our tour guide. I don't know how right or wrong years. Maybe you could give me a little bit of insight on this said that you're not going to be seeing a whole lot of wild turkey. One zero one ri- because there they were currently experiencing like a rice shortage or something or something. That was two thousand nine twentieth january twentieth. Yeah yeah there. There was a little bit of a rice shortage during that time period. If i remember correctly and you've got to keep in mind like rye. Rye is grown in america but often. That's not as its european rides. It's from the from germany and regions like that. Is that where you're getting your wrong. We actually source ours from europe. Because america produces decent ride but european rise the contents just. Yeah yeah and that's a good point. You bring up to you because i wanna talk about the corn like wild. Turkey doesn't market this as well as as they probably should but all of our corn is sourced one hundred percent from kentucky. It's non gmo and it's from pretty well local farm and see i wouldn't expect it out of kentucky but maybe like the surrounding area like kentucky indiana missouri illinois but just straight kentucky cornets baghdad kentucky that i was like a like you said like i think that would be a really cool. Get nervous of this out of a bottle. One hundred percent corn from the state of kentucky. Yeah kentucky grown corn so what he pick up on this. You're gonna notice right off. The nose is more frigging day. Yeah and you'll pick that up but it's more of an ester type know that you'd see maybe in like belgian beers use which is the ri- which is interesting that ri- can even express some of those players but and then you'll taste it. It's warmer at spicier. You get a little bit smokiness and that's coming from the ri- as well. Let's see that's what it was those away from ryan's spicy food used to be my forte. That's what will mean jordan used to do we. We had a mall experienced. Dan was there was back with a hot sauce. And ever since then. I have shied away from spicy. So you say ri- drink ri-. May i try not to do a high proof i but that's what always drives me right from ryan just tongue burn. Hiller it's a good ri- i've seen as far as rise. Go this is probably. This is probably my favorite rise for that. I've tried because i'm not. I would has to be mad. Mapra like ninety five then. I've had rare-breed raw to breed rise a beast. I don't think i've ever travelled love really really like this one raw mike. It's a great balance. Gosh and if you're gonna make a cocktail a manhattan. Oh that this is exactly what yes. So what is your favorite while. Everybody's finishing their One on one raw favorite cotton like wild turkey cocktail. What what would you would. You go to I i really do like this lemonade. Cocktail on it..

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"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

The Broken Cork

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

"I mean he's so well known worldwide. He could come into a room and just say hey. This is wild turkey bourbon but you know he comes in and he relates to you And that's that's the most amazing part. Because he he's human. He's not this this jaded superstar. That wants you to talk about him. He seems like he's the kind of person that wants to get to know you. He didn't talk about me at all. I mean he didn't talk about himself. And all our phrase that you know he'd he you're exactly right. He asked questions about me. He was like well where you live at now. What are you doing Things like that. How do you get to work every day. D- what roads take. That's that's all that was bad one. This one passes the catholics traffic. This way better view too so you said you worked for campaign. What what's the relationship like between wild turkey and the parent company. Campari i mean there's gotta be something there that that's a great question you know i i. I'm a big supporter in general like local businesses. And things like that so it makes me nervous when when you know any company is owned by this big corporate conglomerate. You know that that can go very bad as far as far as campari goes you know The relationships fantastic them You know camparis. An italian company And they have that global culture with them and it exudes through the company it's a very global centered company in general the mindset You know inclusion is big for them. and representation of quality quality spirit. Brands is a big deal for them. Hence why the wild turkeys the only bourbon..

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"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

The Broken Cork

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"turkey" Discussed on The Broken Cork

"Fifty dollars bourbon went too much now. I looked at him. Like that's not bad. It's not bad so campbell. You got one of these. Nice google questions so yeah. So here's one. What is the strongest wild turkey. The strongest wild turkey so that that has to be anything. That's essentially barrel proof So that that gets into your rare-breed your rare-breed ri- strong's and interesting word Does does that mean proof are. Does that mean spiciness 'cause i i would argue that the rare-breed ri- brings brings the most bold of of any flavor that we have so last one. I guess i'll can. I do the honors okay. This one really made me laugh. The other night is wild turkey. Good whiskey damn right. it is and that's all. I need to know all you need to know so i want to keep going because i mean we're we're talking turkey today. I don't wanna get into the gimmicky stuff that we do. It's it's not what we're going to do today So matt what made you wanna get into the bourbon industry itself specifically quality. I mean i know you said you you kind of went came into it via soaps and lubes and other other things you can stick in random offices but what what made you want to go that route. Yeah that's a good question so for me. you know. Distilling has always been an interest. It really anything craft. I've also been a homer for twelve years now. Even though with kids i don't brew as much as i'd like to anymore but Really crafting anything from scratch. Interest me and really being being a chemist as well i i like the breakdown i i like everything that goes into. Making an indistinct is really taking bring to the next level right a lot of distillers will say burs just kind of stop half ass. That's true it is true. You know because to be a good distiller you have to be burr. And then you have to distill it and then you have to mature it and the the all really three separate sciences So i think that's what interested me the most from the quality aspect coming quality in manufacturing. I feel like it's kind of like a disease that you catch that you can't get rid of but You become very hierarchical after certain point which is interesting because the burnout rate in quality is intense. I mean you don't you don't have a good day and quality. It's like working in baggage claim. I mean nobody. Nobody drinks bourbon. And says you know what i'm gonna. I'm gonna write them and say that was just. That was a fantastic bottle. Nobody i'm sure..

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"turkey" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"turkey" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Do you know how they go about picking these two lucky turkeys from what. I've heard the the national turkey federation chooses a different Turkey grower every year. So they decide ahead of time is going to come up with these two turkeys and these growers raise a flock of turkeys and then the national turkey federation comes in chooses to from that specially raised flock. So it's not just random turkeys. They know ahead of time so that they can start to accustomed turkeys to people and get them a little socialized scurry. That's great and you had told me this year. They're not coming to virginia tech. They're going to another university so it's tell me tell us again about how they do that how they choose universities or well i do know i. I'm pretty sure that these turkeys are from iowa this year so they are going to go back to iowa state university and stay there uh-huh yeah so that'd be cool typically. Don't go to the same place every year so they get to go somewhere different each time. We've just been lucky to do it for a good number of years. Yes that sounds like. A lot of fun mallory. Thanks so much for stopping by and telling us about this this program. The presidentially pardoned turkeys. And hope you have a great thanksgiving and and get to meet them. Also yes injuries. Also thank you. Thanks so much. Mallory take care. Thank you bye bye..

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"turkey" Discussed on How Good It Is

How Good It Is

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"turkey" Discussed on How Good It Is

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"turkey" Discussed on How Good It Is

How Good It Is

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"turkey" Discussed on How Good It Is

"Of Vinyl, what is the Elton John hit? That's been covered the most times Elton's got a lot of hits, and of course, many of them being covered but one of them far outstrips the others in terms of the number of covers that amid done, I'll have the answer to that question and some of the runners up near the end of the show. Now. I don't usually cover songs by the Beatles largely because they've. been. So thoroughly documented that they're usually a lot that I can bring to the table, but I'm not above talking about their solo efforts and yet this is only my second solo beatle tune. Today we're looking at cold Turkey, which is the. Second of John Lennon's post. Beatles singles coming just a couple of months after give peace a chance. Now. There are two different stories out there with regard to the inspiration for this song. The first and more popular one is that John Lennon was literally writing about drug withdrawal cold. Turkey is a phrase that refers to abruptly quitting any drug habit whether it's nicotine alcohol or other drugs, and if you do it that way well usually wreaks all kinds of havoc on your body because you have to suddenly get adjusted. To not having that substance in your body and. Usually, it's a pretty miserable experience often involved sleeplessness cramps all over sweating shaking look it's not good. Okay. Anyway. Both John Lennon and Yoko Ono spent a brief period starting in nineteen sixty eight during which they used amd became addicted to heroin according to an article by young winner from one thousand, nine, hundred, Seventy Lennon said that they want injecting it rather sniffing a little when they were in real pain but that pain largely came in the form of people giving bullpen and Yoko Ono a hard time all the time however by. The summer of Nineteen, sixty nine, they decided that they were done with. But here's the problem at that time. Drug addiction was still very poorly understood. In fact, it was often classified as a kind of psychosis. So there wasn't a lot of guidance with regard to how to treat it. Even Methadone was still in the experimental stage came to treat opioid addiction. So going cold, Turkey was practically the only way to do it if you wanted to kick the habit. So that's what both London No-no did and his experiences what inspired song. Now, there is another theory out there that on its surface to be believable, but there's a huge caveat attached to it. Lennon's personal assistant in the nineteen seventies. Late nineteen seventies was a guy named Fred Seaman now, personal assistant is kind of lose ton there because it really meant that Fred was the guy who stuck around my office and would occasionally bring something up to Lennon's apartment but he didn't have a lot of facetime. Employer. And after Lynn died semen stole a bunch of items from Lennon's apartment and was indicted for second degree. Grand Larceny for which he pleaded guilty. Story, which is related in a book about Lennon, that he published in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety one is that John and Yoko were both laid low by bout of food poisoning after eating Christmas leftovers including cold Turkey seaman story went on to say that Lennon Book People Laugh at him if they knew the truth. So he made up a withdrawal story. But as I know the minute ago, seeming didn't have a lot of direct contact with. He was working for him until about nineteen seventy eight and he didn't even mention it when he was interviewed for Albert Goldman's nineteen eighty-eight biography of John Lennon. Had Plenty of accuracy problems, but linens heroin use wasn't one of them. So while food poisoning can sometimes have some of the same symptoms as withdrawal. Not, nearly. The same thing. Now while this was Lennon's second, Non Beatles single, it is the first one for which he takes sole songwriting credit. Since give peace a chance is credited to Lennon and McCartney. If you look at later releases of give peace a chance and about reissues after he died, it shows John. Lennon only in the writing credit in a norm Phillips biography Lennon is said to express regret about it although Ian McDonald's book about the bill says he did it as a thank you to Paul McCartney for helping him to get the ballot of John Yoko lay down quickly. All right back to cold Turkey. So, lending recorded some acoustic demos of the song in early September of Nineteen sixty-nine. This first one is pretty much a straight run through but check out the way he's warbling on his voice..

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"turkey" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"turkey" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Dot com joined. I mean the movement so trump pardon the Turkey part of great tradition. This began the Turkey pardoning at the White House began and actually as part of a lobbying campaign well over half a century ago because the Truman administration wanted to conserve resources. So they were promoting meatless Tuesdays Tuesdays and poultry Lewis Thursdays. That last one doesn't really roll off the tongue. Does it could've done meatless Mondays at least has alliteration. But they didn't meatless Tuesdays. Today's poultry lists Thursdays and Polish Thursdays coincides with Thanksgiving so people were very upset so the industry in nineteen forty seven presented Truman with a Turkey as a gift to promote the industry. Now this didn't technically begin. The Turkey poured tradition because Truman did not pardon the Turkey he killed the Turkey and cooked an eight it because back in those days Americans were real men. JFK then actually Eisenhower then continued. The tradition. Eisenhower continued the tradition of receiving the Turkeys Erkin. He also did not pardon them eight delicious Turkeys you get to. JFK JFK. Democrat started the tradition of not eating the Turkey Ricki in one thousand nine sixty three. Interestingly he pardoned the first Turkey he didn't call it a pardon but he decided not to eat it four days before his own assassination and that was the beginning of this trend but it was not a pardon because what. JFK Did was. He took the bird sent it back to the farm and he said Unquote. We'll let this one grow so it wasn't a port was a reprieve so that he could fat Turkey more in the next year unfortunately never had the chance to then Nixon administration administration comes along Nixon. Let a few Turkeys go then. Quarter refused even accept the Turkeys. He was so toity he thought it was ridiculous tradition. He wouldn't even Except gift the first president to pardon a Turkey. The gipper good old Ronald Reagan. He obviously had a good relationship with the animal kingdom. He was friends friends with Bonzo from that wonderful movie. Bedtime for Bonzo so he let Turkey go and this was all show business just like you saw with President. Trump trump uses the Turkey. Pardon and the the media circus around to push his agenda unimpeachable. Reagan started that tradition. That show business tradition by using the Turkey. Pardon take attention off of the Iran Contra scandal this was in one thousand nine hundred seven I guess and he joked about the Turkey pardon because there was a question over whether he would pardon Oliver North during times we he used a sort of lighthearted part him to take attention off of that. So Reagan porn is the Turkey Bush. One one enjoyed the Turkey pardoning tradition Clinton pardoned turkeys and then since Bush to Bush Obama and trump. They've all pardoned a Turkey every single year. I think it's great. I love the tradition. I you know I tend to be a little old school. I like things that are old more than things that are new. I think modernities really wafting out society but sometimes traditions grover time and the newer ideas better than the older idea. I love the idea part in Turkey once a year. It's one way to come together in politics ticks and not just be shrill and angry all the time and get a few good digs into your political opponents. Not everybody loves thanksgiving. Unfortunately I love it because I'm an American for my ancestors sailed on the mayflower. One of them was a pilgrim. I love the holiday. CNN It doesn't love it. The left doesn't love it. CNN actually ran a piece about how everything we think we know about Thanksgiving is wrong. And how actually the leftist revisionist revisionist history is right. And what they're banking on is that nobody knows the actual history of thanksgiving. But they're wrong because I've been very interested in history Thanksgiving for most of my life. It's not just CNN. I mean various universities have been teaching classes on this in recent weeks here is the revisionist revisionist history being pushed by CNN..

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"turkey" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"turkey" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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