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United grounds Boeing 777 planes after engine explosion

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 4 d ago

United grounds Boeing 777 planes after engine explosion

"United Airlines is removing some Boeing 777 airplanes from service this as the FAA announces its going to step up inspections of planes equipped with a kind of engine that exploded yesterday after takeoff from Denver. The plane carrying 241 people made an emergency landing after the massive engine failure. The falling debris caused the damage below. No one was injured on the ground or in the air. Correspondent Michael A. Beta spoke with the passengers on the flight heading to Hawaii. There was a loud explosion. Mike Vino was traveling with his wife to Hawaii when the unthinkable happened. The engine on his plane failed plane just started shuttering for about half an hour until they landed, he says. Despite the scenario, it was a calm situation. Thanks to the professionalism of the flight, crew and pilot. There's no panic upon the truth. There's no panic among the passengers and the rest of the passengers are thankful for their pilot who got them on the ground safely. If we could have stood up, we're gonna give him a steady conviction on the left. United Airlines says it's re booking passengers on the next possible flight to

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"vino" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:50 min | Last week

"vino" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"What's up what's up. This is your boy ray. Welcome to the. real vino. Talk podcasts. On with my man see dub was on which baby was gone on. Broken much man. Another saturday here. Another friday gone heavy weekend. You was update now much man doing pretty good now. There's another saturday. I'm here to no doubt. This is just another workday for you. It's it's hard like yeah. This is work but it. It's a lot better than a lot of the other stuff i do. Yeah this is at least fun. We talk all the time. No doubt right like getting away from the whole working for somebody and tell us time to retire game and get into what we wanna do. That's gonna make us happy and fulfil some. We don't need much dave. Trust me some tony. A couple of dues. We don't need a whole lot of nothing now. And i know people that have seen the pictures on my bar or that kind of crap might not believe it but now i am actually pretty low maintenance i yeah like i did i just i want like a cave i can hang out in and yet and and just i don't wanna get bored. You got a bar house. Oh yeah he said oh. Yeah and i enjoy massive dude. He sounds like he's got everything there that i to a bar is probably twice the size of that bar downstairs off and you know what i don't believe that a once for once but you know you work hard you playwright so i have always said that the happiest i ever was in a job was it was when i was a bartender right and so my whole shtick has always been. I will never have somebody come over and be like. Hey can you make this. And i don't have it. The only time i've ever been stumped is when somebody asked me for a light beer. As well i i have real beer and i can add water to it for you. But there's an avenue for the light beer though. If you just want depends it depends man. We gotta sit the podcast there. Tell me what do we do a backdrop another big pipe bomb. Not a man came right right. Try that. I'm not gonna lie. This shit goes on too much longer. I'm just gonna say the hell with it. Nobody speakeasy do. Yeah so that is that is my basement. That's what's up man. What else has been going on with your bro man. Not really a whole lot. You know watching the nba catching up on stuff like that. I'm getting bored with all of the regular talk shows. Sports analyst shows right now some are hard to stomach man. I can't you know undisputed hard to for me to watch these days. Like i take is getting her for me to watch these days. But i'm gonna tell you who everybody's sleeping on who's a jalen and jacoby. Yeah yeah mess with that. Yeah no that's that's should. I know that's how it should be. You know they talk about everything and it's not really a debate show. It's not really debate. Show like i taken undisputed more like a sports debate. We already know like lebron is like the greatest player in the world. Ever play the game. Do we have talked about him for five days in a row. Do we got to talk about time. Five days in its best. You lost all boys for five days in a row. That's what i'm that's my point..

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"vino" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"vino" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"A. Oh what's up. Real vino podcasts. And this is your boy ray. I'm back with my co host. Was man was going on man onto it and another episode. Real vino talk and Happy saturday tell you. How would you week bro. Joe who's crazy It's a lot of chill town from me. Not a whole lot of activity. And what i mean by it being craze just so crazy the be soul blake bag and not be you know in that rush or chaotic pace running.

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Boston Red Sox Reportedly Acquire Adam Ottavino From New York Yankees

Paul Murnane

00:19 sec | Last month

Boston Red Sox Reportedly Acquire Adam Ottavino From New York Yankees

"And the Red Sox or making a trade. New York reportedly is sending reliever Adam Ottavino to Boston in what's described as a salary dump the Sox will pay most of the $8 million in on a vino is due for the coming season. This will help the Yanks avoid The luxury tax. A good portion of MLB teams hold spring training in

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A Look At The Building Blocks Of Stem Cells

Sounds of Science

04:43 min | 6 months ago

A Look At The Building Blocks Of Stem Cells

"From mouse models in one, thousand, nine, hundred, one to cloning Dolly the sheep to a couple of Nobel prizes. Stem cells have had an exciting half-century. But rearranging the building blocks of life is not easy and more importantly for patients not fast. However, newcomers on the market are ready to change the stem cell programming for the quicker. Joining me today are Mariangela, I o Vino Group leader integrated biology at Charles River Saffron Walden site and Mark Qatar. The founder of the cellular reprogramming startup bit bio. The are here to discuss the innovative technology created by mark and his associates and how it can be exploited by end users like Mariangela welcome Mariangela. Thank you welcome to Beautiful Safran. World. Nice, weather? Yeah. Not Bad. So can we start at the beginning? What are stem cells briefly? So stemmed has really the origin of any complex organism. Their form pretty much after an expert. And role is ready to reproduce all the cells. In the body of a human or or an animal. And the cool thing though is that Yamanaka in two thousand seven showed that one doesn't have to fertilized egg to produce stem cells. You can also produce them synthetically using salary programming, and that really has opened up the use of stem cells for drug discovery and can locations. Cool. All right. What practical uses do stem cells have for drug developers? I think that the DAW to using human cells in drug development this is really important because there's a huge translation gap at the moment between. The animal models and cell lines that are traditionally used right and. The high failure rates that you see in clinical trials. Yeah. Totally the boiled on to two things I drugs because they're toxic to human or because they don't work the human setting and so at the center of all this differences between the species used for drug development at us as the end uses. So you're saying is that the stem cells can be made from human cells and that way they're tested on human cells instead of a different species. That's exactly right. Okay. That makes sense. So how were stem cells traditionally used to create sells like brain cells? So the traditional paradigm was to try and repeat what happens during development when embryo grows in Utah and so researchers for the last twenty years or so tried to. Create protocols that expose cells to extra Selah cues, molecules that exist in the growing embryo and instruct them direct them towards particular cell fates. One of the problems that you have if you repeat this paradigm, of course, you're bought into the timelines of of Embryo Genesis, which basically means it often takes sixteen hundred days plus to generate human sale. and. The other problem that you have when you adopt this, this method is that you have to overcome the diversity that nature requires to create cells. So the worst thing that can happen during development is if a lineage, an organ or a cell type isn't produced raced. And Soak Nature seems to. Prevent. This using. CASSIE principles. So these cells make cell fate choices all along the way. If you think about a protocol that takes sixty one, hundred days with multiple steps were cells make these choices than you end up with inconsistencies. So inconsistency and longtime nine's really the biggest bottleneck introduced new Simpson about. So it's basically I, mean if we're trying to imitate nature nature is trying to make all of the organs we may be only want brain. So using nature's methods is a little bit tricky. So I would say if you wanted to produce a particular cell type, it's very tricky. In terms of producing elements of an organ. It's probably slightly less tricky although you still have the inconsistency question right and then this new paradigm called cell reprogramming. Which is essentially. An expansion or reverse engineering of Yamanaka reprogramming. Provides an alternative route so you can now very efficiently in very quickly. Produce. Human cells using. Synthetic biology paradigm

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Building the Building Blocks of Life

Sounds of Science

04:48 min | 6 months ago

Building the Building Blocks of Life

"I'm Mary Parker and welcome to this episode of Eureka Sounds of science from mouse models in one, thousand, nine, hundred, one to cloning Dolly the sheep to a couple of Nobel prizes. Stem cells have had an exciting half-century. But rearranging the building blocks of life is not easy and more importantly for patients not fast. However, newcomers on the market are ready to change the stem cell programming for the quicker. Joining me today are Mariangela, I o Vino Group leader integrated biology at Charles River Saffron Walden site and Mark Qatar. The founder of the cellular reprogramming startup bit bio. The are here to discuss the innovative technology created by mark and his associates and how it can be exploited by end users like Mariangela welcome Mariangela. Thank you welcome to Beautiful Safran. World. Nice, weather? Yeah. Not Bad. So can we start at the beginning? What are stem cells briefly? So stemmed has really the origin of any complex organism. Their form pretty much after an expert. And role is ready to reproduce all the cells. In the body of a human or or an animal. And the cool thing though is that Yamanaka in two thousand seven showed that one doesn't have to fertilized egg to produce stem cells. You can also produce them synthetically using salary programming, and that really has opened up the use of stem cells for drug discovery and can locations. Cool. All right. What practical uses do stem cells have for drug developers? I think that the DAW to using human cells in drug development this is really important because there's a huge translation gap at the moment between. The animal models and cell lines that are traditionally used right and. The high failure rates that you see in clinical trials. Yeah. Totally the boiled on to two things I drugs because they're toxic to human or because they don't work the human setting and so at the center of all this differences between the species used for drug development at us as the end uses. So you're saying is that the stem cells can be made from human cells and that way they're tested on human cells instead of a different species. That's exactly right. Okay. That makes sense. So how were stem cells traditionally used to create sells like brain cells? So the traditional paradigm was to try and repeat what happens during development when embryo grows in Utah and so researchers for the last twenty years or so tried to. Create protocols that expose cells to extra Selah cues, molecules that exist in the growing embryo and instruct them direct them towards particular cell fates. One of the problems that you have if you repeat this paradigm, of course, you're bought into the timelines of of Embryo Genesis, which basically means it often takes sixteen hundred days plus to generate human sale. and. The other problem that you have when you adopt this, this method is that you have to overcome the diversity that nature requires to create cells. So the worst thing that can happen during development is if a lineage, an organ or a cell type isn't produced raced. And Soak Nature seems to. Prevent. This using. CASSIE principles. So these cells make cell fate choices all along the way. If you think about a protocol that takes sixty one, hundred days with multiple steps were cells make these choices than you end up with inconsistencies. So inconsistency and longtime nine's really the biggest bottleneck introduced new Simpson about. So it's basically I, mean if we're trying to imitate nature nature is trying to make all of the organs we may be only want brain. So using nature's methods is a little bit tricky. So I would say if you wanted to produce a particular cell type, it's very tricky. In terms of producing elements of an organ. It's probably slightly less tricky although you still have the inconsistency question right and then this new paradigm called cell reprogramming. Which is essentially. An expansion or reverse engineering of Yamanaka reprogramming. Provides an alternative route so you can now very efficiently in very quickly. Produce. Human cells using. Synthetic biology paradigm

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Philadelphia Phillies beat New York Yankees 11-7 at home to open twin bill

Boomer & Gio

01:52 min | 7 months ago

Philadelphia Phillies beat New York Yankees 11-7 at home to open twin bill

"The Yankees allowing eleven runs illusion, the opener, the double header with the phillies yesterday, and then they ran into Aaron Nola. In the NIGHTCAP, he gave them all sorts of trouble, but eventually, they got into the Philadelphia both another three to pitch to talk. Line. In the right field, that survey? That's GonNa find the gap. Stanton will score. Harper gets back in talk man stops at second. So a rig double for Mike Talk in the Yankees take a two one lead, ricky. Ricardo. seventh-inning call here on the fan I will say one of the things I like about the no fans is getting to hear the dugout. Big Hits. It sounds like you're at a high school game in central New Jersey on a Wednesday afternoon. He's guys are getting all pumped up there on the bench on the balls, put in play, and you can hear some of that on the broadcast or shallow with an RBI single. He was two for three and the bullpen closed out a three one victories. They split the twin bull, the twin bill rather at Citizens Bank I. Seven inning experience for Aaron. Boone Company? What did he think about? About the first one was too short, and then this one was just right. Make sense considering they dropped the opener before the seventh inning rally Nola struck out twelve over six innings. But the Yankee pitchers kept them in the game as well. Jonathan Isaac. Open, he got seven outs followed by Avalon. Green Auto Vino in Britain the latter earning his fifth save Luke void homered in the second. His Fourth of the season reading in all situations doesn't matter who's pitching what game where we're at at homer. Here on the West Coast. It's anytime. It doesn't matter Ohio three. Oh. Oh, to whatever you know guys can always do damage. We're looking to do damage competition about every situation there the savages in the box Gary Sanchez not so much right now over to two more strikeouts, the batting average down to seventy four, and then rubbing salt in the moon, he gets drilled in the elbows. So they'll. They'll check him out later today leading up to the series finale, Jordan Montgomery opposed by ZACH EFLIN

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"vino" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:18 min | 9 months ago

"vino" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Okay sir. Robert J. E. N. We know how to kind of look. I tried to start a neighborhood watch several times not again behind the tate. I'll do it myself Sir. Sir Man interjects himself said. It's out of character for Stephen McCarthy. No comment on whether or not. It'S OUT OF CHARACTER FOR BILL. This is a this is about perfectly in character for Matt Kennedy. Beat this isn't the first time he's waited on local crime. Bill Bill Little Bitch. Everybody he goes he goes. This is what he says. What Matt Says About Stephen Mccarthy? He's a great guy. He's a great character family man. Just so it's just. It's just a little unexpected. What do you call someone a character? Usually you're one step away from by the same thing could have been said about the Golden State killer character and Charlie Manson. He was a family guy. Robbery the robbery victim who has not been identified. But I mean we're all in one. God Damn Cold de Sac. Right also says that McCarthy is a friend who eventually returned the items he stole and she says they will remain friends. Wow are no looking at. How did this even come to be then? If forgave him she did. She call the cops because she didn't know where it was. They found out that Steve McCarthy's place and Bill Bitch helped him out and all of a sudden she was like. Oh Steve Ticket no I look I'M GONNA have to press charges and we're going to have to include Matt Kennedy get it back charges pressed. We're fine ready to give my statement for France. Police said that Stephen. Mccarthy was apologetic and quote. It was wrong but he was intoxicated on alcohol and broke the residents anyway. That isn't doesn't work out. I was drunk so I broke in any way. Those don't relate to each other. That's a really good point. It's not a great excuse but it is. It does make me feel better about the whole situation. And it's like if you talked to Kennedy. You know that this is classic McCarthy. Just.

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"vino" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:48 min | 9 months ago

"vino" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Also yeah. That's either like truck driver. Who's like I did something or he's like? I got three more hours four. I'm supposed to be there. Let's see maybe I can get a job out of this God. This guy was so premeditated they really thought it was like just all why not get a death. Wish or something but this is so elaborate. Just needed that. What was the picture on this side of the truck like it must George Clooney motorcycles? That trump said Oh my God those Tequila tracks. They love those Christmas gifts that turned into a billion dollar company. He literally almost started. They were they just bought that Tequila arm to like give gifts to friends and the people that you should sell this and it worked out some glad something worked out for George Good for George. Clooney story as worried about that. I to dash the Dash Cam Video Shows Moreno in the sedan putting on Hazard Lights Directing the truck to the side of the highway. The truck driver pulls over believing. He may have a mechanical problems so he was like. Oh maybe the guys trying to talk only to then see. Merano get out of his sedan wearing only underwear. That's when you drive away. That's new like right book back in or if you're going for a hand job you're like score. So he does. He gets out with only underwear on the camera shows Marino running to the side of the truck and out of you. So there's this guy so many like Uber drivers and truck drivers have now. He has dash cameras see from the front and then he even has them on the side. I guess to watch for sure. And so he sees the guy run around to the side of his truck and out of view as the truck driver pulls back onto the freeway so the truck driver was like yeah. I'm Outta here. Another Onboard Camera Captures. Merino jumped back into view and then back onto the side of the wine trucks and now with the and the guys just driving semi truck with a dude in his underwear hanging on to the side of I. Gosh this is right. This is Tom Cruise. Tom Cruise does his own stunts with no shirt and no shoes. He ride on the side of the tanker. The video then shows him climb underneath the truck as it hits freeway speeds. Jesus I go. I know but let's also talk about the fact that the truck drivers like he'll fall off like he's a bug like leak on your windshield that you're like I'm not going to get out and move. I'M GONNA keep trying until fall but he didn't have any shoes on either or pat just underwear. It was a good.

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"vino" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"vino" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"I mean. This is the fast and furious that I want to see. This is like if Nancy Meyers wrote the fast. And the furious Vino Diesel. Phoenix blindly tanker. Wine I mean right but like but also wouldn't that screw up your ability to hang on like why wouldn't you just feel a bota bag like you're going to a college fraternity? Hey ride and just fill a few of those my thing no whenever someone accomplishes this they climb onto a moving tanker truck and then drink wine. I WANNA see the rest of their vision. Board visit this goal. What else do you have laid out for your future? Punch a greeter at Walmart. Like I don't know what else you got exactly. Well Nicki I look. I like a good glass of wine. I'm assuming maybe you do. Maybe you don't. I don't know if you drink wine but like I quit drinking like almost nine years ago but this is why it's a progressive illness that leads you to Eventually put your life in danger to get it. Drinking wine has an more than beer. Beer truck isn't there like got commercial for wild. Turkey not not like a half cab. Half Merlo like isn't why like winds relaxing. You is someone enjoying the while. It's moving at a fast. Don't know is he taking clock. Sit around at first and he got to see smell that. I want the part where he's smell. I smelled the spitting it.

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A Denver wine store owner has seen a spike in sales during the virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

A Denver wine store owner has seen a spike in sales during the virus outbreak

"What was true during prohibition also applies during the pandemic people still have a thirst for alcohol with the coast to coast closure of bars there's still a place to go for sports fans who want to buy booze do we Kratzer owns mondo vino a Denver wine store and says these days business is brisk I would say that's it's almost doubled from from where we were and it's it's hard to it's hard to gauge it because I try not to look at it too much however even when his product is in demand in these corona virus driven times only three customers can be and has repeatedly sanitized the store at the same time which can result in lines stretching down the block Bruce Morton Denver

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A Denver wine store owner has seen a spike in sales during the virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

A Denver wine store owner has seen a spike in sales during the virus outbreak

"What was true during prohibition also applies during the pandemic people still have a thirst for alcohol with the coast to coast closure of bars there's still a place to go for sports fans who want to buy booze do we Kratzer owns mondo vino a Denver wine store and says these days business is brisk I would say that's it's almost doubled from from where we were and it's it's hard to it's hard to gauge it because I try not to look at it too much however even when his product is in demand in these corona virus driven times only three customers can be and has repeatedly sanitized the store at the same time which can result in lines stretching down the block Bruce Morton Denver

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A Denver wine store owner has seen a spike in sales during the virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

A Denver wine store owner has seen a spike in sales during the virus outbreak

"What was true during prohibition also applies during the pandemic people still have a thirst for alcohol with the coast to coast closure of bars there's still a place to go for sports fans who want to buy booze do we Kratzer owns mondo vino a Denver wine store and says these days business is brisk I would say that's it's almost doubled from from where we were and it's it's hard to it's hard to gauge it because I try not to look at it too much however even when his product is in demand in these corona virus driven times only three customers can be and has repeatedly sanitized the store at the same time which can result in lines stretching down the block Bruce Morton Denver

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A Denver wine store owner has seen a spike in sales during the virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

A Denver wine store owner has seen a spike in sales during the virus outbreak

"What was true during prohibition also applies during the pandemic people still have a thirst for alcohol with the coast to coast closure of bars there's still a place to go for sports fans who want to buy booze do we Kratzer owns mondo vino a Denver wine store and says these days business is brisk I would say that's it's almost doubled from from where we were and it's it's hard to it's hard to gauge it because I try not to look at it too much however even when his product is in demand in these corona virus driven times only three customers can be and has repeatedly sanitized the store at the same time which can result in lines stretching down the block Bruce Morton Denver

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A Denver wine store owner has seen a spike in sales during the virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

A Denver wine store owner has seen a spike in sales during the virus outbreak

"The what spread was true of during the new prohibition coronavirus also is applies bringing during big the pandemic changes to people the business still have and a thirst shopping for alcohol environment with the coast to Walmart coast closure has announced of bars new social there's still a distancing place to go for guidelines sports fans who the want world's to buy largest booze retailer do we will Kratzer be setting owns up lines mondo for vino customers a Denver to ensure wine store there are no and more says than these five days customers business is brisk for every I would say one that's thousand it's almost square foot doubled of store craft store from hobby from lobby where we were is bowing and to pressure it's it's hard and to closing its doors it's hard to several gauge it major because I US try not airlines to look at it too have much filed for however federal even relief when his grants product is in air demand travel in measured these Thursday corona virus is driven ninety times percent only lower three than the customers same time last can be and year has repeatedly even corona sanitized beer the is store being shut at the down same by time the new coronavirus which can result most in lines breweries stretching in Mexico down the block suspended operations Bruce Morton Denver but in the U. S. gun sales are up eighty five percent higher than this time last year I am Jackie Quinn

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A Denver wine store owner has seen a spike in sales during the virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

A Denver wine store owner has seen a spike in sales during the virus outbreak

"The what spread was true of during the new prohibition coronavirus also is applies bringing during big the pandemic changes to people the business still have and a thirst shopping for alcohol environment with the coast to Walmart coast closure has announced of bars new social there's still a distancing place to go for guidelines sports fans who the want world's to buy largest booze retailer do we will Kratzer be setting owns up lines mondo for vino customers a Denver to ensure wine store there are no and more says than these five days customers business is brisk for every I would say one that's thousand it's almost square foot doubled of store craft store from hobby from lobby where we were is bowing and to pressure it's it's hard and to closing its doors it's hard to several gauge it major because I US try not airlines to look at it too have much filed for however federal even relief when his grants product is in air demand travel in measured these Thursday corona virus is driven ninety times percent only lower three than the customers same time last can be and year has repeatedly even corona sanitized beer the is store being shut at the down same by time the new coronavirus which can result most in lines breweries stretching in Mexico down the block suspended operations Bruce Morton Denver but in the U. S. gun sales are up eighty five percent higher than this time last year I am Jackie Quinn

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"vino" Discussed on It's All Political

It's All Political

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"vino" Discussed on It's All Political

"Know I'm not GonNa vote for this and it will come before the Senate next month He says there is still not not going to ensure that there won't be outsourcing jobs to Mexico. Mexico Amy Klobuchar said. Yeah you know and I know that and I have some concerns about climate but I'm GonNa vote for it anyways again. She stresses her quote unquote mid western Western mindset. The practicality were farmers worried about farmers And and and Biden and Bernie again dividing on healthcare. Do you think how do you see this field cleaning. Do you think that's is that GONNA get wider. What's what's what do you make it? Well it certainly got an sharper and club charts the emergence last. It's not I think she was probably the most dominant Presence on the stage is going to accentuate that Probably kicking himself for not being beyond stage. She is Cory Booker who I think could be could could also very much Be in the mix in terms of centrist candidate. People to judge is certainly striving there. But I don't know that Buddha judge is going to gain from last night as much as he's going to hold steady. Let's talk about the the folks folks who weren't there No hulio on Castro no booker as you alluded to What they're going to try? And there's some other ways to try and petition the Party about getting a a more diverse field of candidates. There this is. This is a bad luck for the Democratic Party. It's bad for you know. Get out the vote. It's bad to rally the the democratic The Obama coalition put. How did how does this get resolved? Does it get resolved because the Democratic Party is not going to say like wow. We're going to change the rules in the mid way with what can happen the this APP. What can be salt? Well I really don't think they can change the rules at this point. I'm not sure it'd be a good thing because In in terms of putting ten hin twelve candidates back on the stage and God help us. This was a two and a half hour. Debate has was right. But I do think it is. is a problem And for the Democrats who they have on stage the age issue came up last night. Oh yes I thought. Joe Biden had a good quip. You know I guess. He wasn't talking about me referring to Barack Obama's age Elizabeth. Warren Hegg wanted to the lines in the night. Saying what also be the youngest woman But I think if you look at the lack of diversity on the stage it really does not reflect what the democratic electorate is going to be in the primaries and caucuses right. Nearly half of the Democratic Party are people of color things forty six forty percent Would that do you think that's GonNa her turnout. Potentially yes Not Not only in the primaries. Mary's bed The general election because as we both know that was very very critical part of White Hillary Clinton Lost Donald Trump in two thousand in sixteen. Is that You know the the lack of turnout of particularly of African Americans So I think it's Something that taking Dress whether they address through vice presidential selection but right now of those seven candidates Those who are most likely are are all all white and predominantly old California voters. I can't believe I'm GonNa say this are going to be voting in about six weeks now early February third. We vote the same day as the I. O We start early voting same-day Thou caucus There was precious little In last night's debate which was held in Los Angeles Agilis at Loyola Marymount University about About California nothing about homelessness maybe a passing mention into wildfires from Cobra shot in the context of talking about climate change. There was nothing about How high cost of housing? Maybe something when. What's the importance of these candidates? Having to talk about these issues. I think in a blow it off until like mid February when they come out here or what. What's going on? How how much? How important is that the do that? Will you know Joe. It still remains to be seen. How much attention these candidates are going to pay to California even after moving the Primary up to two early March For the fact of matter is the delicate delegate allocation process is so dispersed that that ah it's really going to be hard for any candidate to take a huge bounty out of California. I don't know that I don't know that we're GONNA see that. I don't know that there's the California issue that really divides this field in the way that a California issues will certainly divide the general election Donald trump verses verses any of these candidates. But I don't know that that's a a really defining issue in the primary because as you're listening to In California cornea the delegates are allocated by Congressional district. If you get fifteen percent of the vote the popular vote in a Congressional district. Then you're qualified to get commensurate amount of delegates so they could be a very split field here and it's in the field is wide open here in California. That's you know we have a Buddha judge of Where where we actually have Sanders in Warren at the top of the field and Buddha Gin and now by trailing behind by several points I was also thinking last night. We had You know the in the audience were was At Gavin NEWSOM governor Mayor Garcetti of Lust Mayor of Los Angeles neither has endorsed I saw them both at the rest- California Democratic Party convention in Long Beach. I asked them that Garcetti's little more forthcoming forthcoming. He said maybe I'll endorse you know I'm be start thinking about an early January but is it. Is it first of all does it. Matter and and second of all would be what wait what had carry. I think the the the weight of endorsements is really limited and it has an editorial page editor even admit that newspaper. I'm doing San Francisco Chronicle's I've always been under the belief that the lower-profile the race the more influence and endorsement endorsement has and and certainly I think people really follow this closely are gonna be able to make up their own minds. I mean look at the endorsement Kamala Harris Hat. She had a lot of prominent endorsement. Just about everybody insane gabbing. Yes who's ready to go to Iowa to campaign for how come you're Laffy Offi just barely got the memo. That's always there for her. Twenty twenty seven and twenty twenty. Perhaps a little. That's another podcast which I'm sure we'll be doing all right anything else. You'd like to add any other final observations from the from last night's two WHO and a half hours of you and you got to watch it at home with the glass of wine. I believe slaving away at the chronicle was authentic. I'm just wondering record. Art Show in terms of that off the record and the editorial tried to get off the record or so. So Joe would about your. Are you going to be asking for forgiveness business or providing the thank you. Let's let's just got it out. That was first of all goofy question. But did you notice the gender differences in the way that was the Female candidates on stage actually tried to offer some sort of apologies and and and and and ask for forgiveness and the guys enter Yang said by my book. Okay essentially you know he was going to give it away to the other candidates a spirit of giving all right in the spirit of giving holidays. Happy Holidays to you. Thank you for being on today. Happy Holidays to Joe always a pleasure. I'd like to thank you all for listening today and like to thank my friend. John D. S. for coming on the podcast today. They like to thank the King King Kaufman for producing today's episode. And remember whether you're drinking the wine cave or out of a paper bag it's all political. It's all political as part of the San Francisco. Chronicle podcast network. 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Three Wins in 4 Years Is a Record

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

11:21 min | 1 year ago

Three Wins in 4 Years Is a Record

"James Good Morning. Good Morning Steve. Thanks for having me on hope your weekend. Well it did. It did and I thought I saved I wrote I write down as many selections. It's always tough for Breeders Cup because then the paper gets all gets a little a little sloppy and sure enough here. I'm looking now and yeah I do have it. Actually there we go there we go home. You were a Vino guy and and bricks and mortar and and then spun to run so yeah your share of winners Too Key around I thought was on higher power. Though I didn't have you know I got you written down for Dino. I took higher power stirred Flavian Pratt. What's up on them? I'll tell you play the Heidi wrote one favorite Donna Duluth below she. The brewers Juke juvenile given up Phillies runner-up but he had a win. had four seconds and fourth earners. I thought that was a really a great performance by him and You know he has the Kentucky Derby win on his resume junkies like have that really just A good showcase for an upcoming star in our rank agreed and and I tweeted on Sunday. I've discussed this a couple of times this week. His record is stunning. And he's got people would say. Oh He's only got three wins. WHOA WHOA three wins? Thirty eight mounts and this is only his fourth year as fourth year riding his sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen at-bats. Ah But another fourteen in the money finishes and then a handful of fourths and fifths I mean the percentage is frightening. I mean considering considering the level of competition really outstanding and he gives he gives every virtually every horse. If he's got horse to work with he gives them a chance. It's definitely and you know I mean I think Santa Anita and hosted the Breeders Cup eight times previously and and and he was writing a lot of california-based debased horses and one of my takeaways was definitely that this this year's Breeders Cup with completely unlike any out in California before I mean just uh-huh it just. It really started on Friday where the first four winners had all raised it Aqueduct Belmont and by the end of it I'm you know I'm looking at it it it. If you'd looked at the charts that Saturday at at Saratoga you wouldn't be surprised to see our ad or ts in four races Castellano and Rosario win into each and then Jose or ts Manny Frank Ricardo Santana All winner races well and Joe Bravo and that's what happened. They took twelve to fourteen races and and all twelve of those horses that race in New York this year now very strong on that on that front and ah not to say that Just had the conversation with Nick. Lock about the euro's and there were there were solid efforts and solid board hits in addition to Iridescence win but The you know the and there were solid performances from west coast sources to bell. Athena's Bella Fina. At under under certain circumstances dances might have won. The united almost looked like a winner hundred yards from the wire There were there were plenty of of solid performances from every region In some cases. Look at Vino. Vino having been into California. I think counselor a lot. You fold in folding would ask. Did you know getting there early with Matali Actually Navarro to I mean in Navarro got there early with a chance. A Lot A lot of times the a Lotta Times. The juvenile turf sprang can be like locally based sources can do all your top two in that race were both based in California with Peter Miller and you the one hundred and thirty five bucks. That's right that's right. That's right his second his second in the race in three years. I'm just looking at the list to spun to run from Philadelphia. So you get you get a a regional kind of a B.. Track player are sharing sharing holiday for new. New York's thunder run actually ran in a mate. Nice at act backer. And the winner but I mean the parks and mom Sharing base at Far Hills at far hell and Maryland bred. That's a couple of times Toga. Yeah yeah everybody everybody got their Lixin. Actually when you when you kind of go through this And I'll just say I I came away. I mean granted. I thought the four big stars coming into enforces with the serious horsey. Our aspirations Bricks Mourner Corner Sister Charlie and Matola two of the four one I think it really does come down horse a year two bricks and mortar and Matola Louis. But I'm giving the edge bricks mortar. I thought it was fantastic campaign. He had been a mile or previously. Before you know getting hurt and undergoing that surgery and I like the fact that Brad Cox I mean Brown ran him. You know he never ran he. Random and six different courses six different states. You went from Florida to Louisiana to Kentucky Hockey to New York to Illinois and the California To win a mile and a half for the first time in his career so to me. He's a deserving of the year well and and driving home the point about the mile and a half for people that because they always beat all the same types and didn't stretch himself then no he did and and you know the there was even people that were incredulous about him going the mile and a half so you know that that score extra points Without a doubt yeah definitely and you know to me One of the Mike Smith that made the point After a couple Oh. He ran second on a pair of privet favorites midnight zoo in Omaha Beach. And he's made the point that he'd right like those races back because it was hard to 'cause over that track track but to me it was more so that those horses were caned on the rail going into the first turn. Blue Prize was tenth early. You know tolley Holy Arosa could be five or six minutes off the pace. But they're jocks really at. That did a great job keeping them in the clear and I really thought midnight. These to you You know continue just to be in traffic through into the far turn. And when she got out she finished great as a case I mean they the great job on on TV and other highlighting it where I think of a blueprint. It's got the jump on her because of the trip the greed and it and it it also. It should be noted for people that are you know insisting that the track nobody could close well. WHOA that's not true? which is simply me? Just look at the chart for the distaff. What do you mean nobody could close at that? Just you know Omaha. Beach closed closed In in as well came from often and others whitmore made up. I mean it wasn't going to get to the winners and the the exact pair But he closed Idiom really had down below chicken that juvenile fillies and that's when the track was absolutely at its worst deepest pissed most impossible right based on based on the figure and in fact. It's funny because yesterday. Paul Matisse was talking about how difficult Friday was to make figures and then it was echoed by Jerry Brown on His On his experts board board. Somebody brought up. Paul's conversation and Jerry also echoed that the way the track changed from the you know the middle part of the day to by the time even the the juvenile boys ran so typically you would if the juvenile of the males run more than two seconds faster than the phillies. You'll get say their way better than the nose Philly but I do think it was. It was a track getting off faster later. And I. I'm I'm not down on British idiom or Donna Boise at all even though that right they came home. I think they should be still terrific runners. And you know it's it's hard to gauge coming out of the juvenile being real adobe guy Exactly what that means going forward so into court definitely Nice Horse Court Vision You know hasn't isn't had much success at Stud but he's bread You know fire. Classic types with that pedigree of his female family has a lot of stamina influences. It just doesn't have much class. You won't find any stakes winners really in that immediate female family well your final the final takeaways. My final take away so I just you know I you know I was. I thought you know it was a tragic end McGowan crew. I mean it was just a Really hurt to see that happy at the very end After a thirteen of the Breeders Cup races have that happened in the ashtray and and racing. Definitely I think has some issues and concerns going forward. the people in the industry maybe do a better job messaging but I still remain. Optimistic is the horserace fan about the future and I was. I came away like in the Breeders Cup. I thought there was some great performances and Looking for work once again the next year very good well. We're looking forward to the action this weekend give us some thoughts about Churchill had terrific card even today yesterday and Wednesday were good and of course the Commonwealth on Saturday the feature the Grade Three Mile and a sixteenth. The three year olds on the grass. It is an absolute war. Some thoughts about what's been going on while everybody was paying attention to Breeders Cup and and we got to look forward to this weekend. Yeah they had three stakes last week and In the MEA mischief flatmate go for the sale and and look good. She loves Churchill Downs Multiple Grade. One winner there in the Divine Queen got off to bad start. Art Never Fire in the In Saturday stakes chill Lewke and Sally's Kirwin breakers Swin She tried the Indiana Oaks folks earlier. This year didn't run good for Dale Romans. But she had one or last two allowance races by like about fifteen lenz combined and ran a rug. Good Rice debris greet Brian Cox's

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Steve Haskin Discuss What Is True Horseracing

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

09:37 min | 1 year ago

Steve Haskin Discuss What Is True Horseracing

"Listen I don't WanNa put a damper on things or anything but you know to me. This was not was not true. Horse racing at least as I know it And I I will say that the grass races were were all good. I have no problem with that but after after that a lot of things that just get ugly for me you know. I don't WanNa see horses and jockeys coming back on on a track labelled fast looking like they just been rolling in the sandbox I realized being zealous in their attempt to make detract safe which is understandable expandable. But in my opinion they did. They did at the expense of the racing I mean who's who says you have to make a track excessively really deep and tiring to make it safe. I mean they're they're faster race tracks. I go back look at the aqueduct over the years and they're all in in highly even even the old old Santa Anita track was always safe. Saratoga I mean these are basically safe racetracks. You know so. So what's going on now. I can understand but sometimes you can overdo something and you know. And as much as as I liked Vino Rosso in the classic and you know one all kinds of bets on them To tell you the truth I can never ever watch that race again for abuse reasons to search too much 'cause actually liked Mongolian groom ally and and actually thought at one point in the race that he looked like he was gonna Finish in the money but you know all the repercussions of that. which most I think most of it is just nonsensical? In fact I just read somewhere that you know the vet came that came out. The trainer came out and said it was perfectly sound. You know and understand these things happen. There's no there's absolutely no blame here at all. Just the fact that it happened. That hurts just like it's hurt from all the other incidents in fatal fatal incidents in the past. And you know I go back I was there for roughing it. I was there for go for one. That was there for prairie by you. I mean there for a lot of witnesses and every time you go through a little bit out of you and you know I I I just sort of get attached the Mongolian. Groom not only from a betting standpoint but I just like the connections and and the and the the horrible irony of it is the fact that you know right after the race. He stated emphatically that. They're not going that they don't want to put up two hundred thousand dollars and and then you figured some offers would come in to to get a piece of it and put up. Put up the the supplementary fee and they said you know now talking to date decided to change their mind put up the money and and and then this happened so I know how absolutely devastated everybody. Everybody was there So but you know that's not even what I'm talking about when I'm talking about About the debris come you know I. I just don't want to see the best distance. Sources in the country stagger home the last half a mile and fifty two seconds. That's not resource time time I you can make the track slower and slower and slower but it was weird because the the formula was the same old data. We're going faster early legitimate. The sprint races were run fast but I mean come home the last year from fifty two. I mean that's ridiculous and you know it wasn't that the horses were bad. It was at the race crack. You know that. They poured truckloads of sand on the day before the Breeders Cup. You know and speaking of the classic Nick and that Racetrack. I certainly don't want to see the V to bed. Closes in the country. Never even pick up their feet and get beat fifteen lengths and seventeen links like they're running through quicksand. And I had agreed with Doug mcgann. He's original plan to skip the Breeders Cup and was totally against it when they change their mind. I knew the odds were stacked against them. Being three year olds shipping West I quoted that statistic that they were over twenty two in the past. I and especially with the track favoring speed at that time and I had no idea that it would get even worse for him when he got there and I don't think I don't think shook did either either. I think he was Kinda surprised how how track was playing how deep it was and how come from behind horses were were just spinning their wheels. We also hallway so you don't WanNa see that you know you just don't want to see any kind of track bias when you've got the championships at stake. I mean it was a lot at stake. Code of honor but you know so. Now he's got to End His Campaign very ingloriously. But that's just the beginning You know you look at Look at the beach I mean I I I don't WanNa see arguably the most exciting and talked about horse in the the entire Breeders Cup. Who's been on just off the pace going six furlongs to a mile in an ace in every one of his starts eight and a half lengths back at the half mile? Call all of the dirt mile and still five lengths back at the poll. You know. He's he's still runs one of the best races of his life despite the track and he can't even get close to you know I'm not taking anything away from spun to run but he can't even get close to that horse. You know who was beaten nine links in the Haskell who I I was at parks when he beat gray magician by heading the smarty Jones he ran well in the Pennsylvania Derby but he's still fit and then suddenly turned into a superstar overnight. Overnight gets a one ten buyer and some small stakes at parks despite never having run a triple digit Byron his life so I mean Karama beach I mean even to get close to that horse and to come from that far out of it and where the heck was cold front you know in twelve career starts. He's I've been on the lead or within a link to the lead in every in every start in the met mile. He's on the leading forty four and one for the half but in this race he's running V v six and a half lengths off the lead. I mean I don't get that. Where was he so you want to run? As soon as he went out there you know and opened up to three lengths. She said nobody's nobody's going to catch the source on this racetrack. And like I said I thought I thought the Omaha Beach Randy terrific race to get second and even staying with the dirt mile. Yeah I don't WanNa see the second and third choices you look improbable and Mr Money. who were both being very highly touted touted By their trainers and many of the experts. And who would training brilliant leaguge swimming out there never picking their feet up then got beat nine of ten ten and three quarter lengths. You know now you get to midnight. Be Sue I don't WanNa see the best filling in the country unable to make up an inch aground. In the last days the mile with a final creates run in under forty seconds. You know what in the world we should be doing running ace at the top of the stretch You you know I mean it was a was it. A bad ride was just bad. Racing Locke was was big track. I mean take your pick but affiliates not supposed to be that far back and and if you watch the race you could see blue price who you know. Give her credit you know. She wants to come from off the pace but he had a made her she had to make a move move back stretch and it had lead ready at the eighth pole you know and then you know finally you look at Friday. I don't WanNA see your race with into the strongest W prospect. Seen in years. Completely fall apart. You have a forty five to one shot at twenty eight to one shot and thirty nine to one shot come from first third and fourth to finish one two three and the three to two shot running second stops to a walk getting beat over twelve lengths. You you know and then you know meanwhile before five shot and erase stumbles at the start and finish dead last so to me. That race was a total bust. In fact to tell you the truth by the way if somebody had told me a week before the Breeders Cup that we were GonNa see the Derby favourite less weekend and it would not be a it would not be any of the three favorites more. Would it be scabbard. Nor anybody else in the juvenile but it would be the winner of the national stakes the next day by far and away the most impressive two year old. Maybe most impressive overseeing the team your weekend and then you go to the other dirt race. On on Friday juvenile fillies you know we have to brilliant phillies coming off. A dominating wins literally staggering home rubber-legged in in an agonizing slow twenty seven three and seven and two for the last sixteenth of a mile. I didn't raise sources. Could run that slow so to to me. You know this is just one. I'M GONNA forget very quickly but this would have forgotten about it by now. If I didn't have to talk about out of here I listen. I'm sure I'm sure a lot of other people feel are being too harsh. But what can I do. It's just the way I feel. You know maybe it's just I've got too many Committee races behind me.

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Another Horse’s Death Overshadows Vino Rosso’s Win at Breeders’ Cup Classic

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00:07 sec | 1 year ago

Another Horse’s Death Overshadows Vino Rosso’s Win at Breeders’ Cup Classic

"Another horse death at the Santa Anita racetrack in California happen during the breeders Cup thirty seven horses of died on that track since

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Hollywoods Next Big Beauty Trends According To Gloss Angeles Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

11:16 min | 1 year ago

Hollywoods Next Big Beauty Trends According To Gloss Angeles Podcast

"Also like on just jared when they had that she was at the Savino of she's the spokesperson there were like rare public appearance I'm like yeah she agreed to her one press pay maybe you're getting filler good filler is undetectable bro I don't know who actually on but she had wrinkles headlines on her forehead as an actress I think that that was like her one beauty skin regret was just like the fact that she used to think that you know be careful California gyro was being really I james retaining drops this is in her smart water uh she didn't really get into too many details it was you know an Vino breaking news you can't really name so she did say that she he's like Tina yeah that's like the big trend is these these infrared lights Bobby Brown has one yeah we learned yes read her you know you're rich when you can build the red SOx level I'm trying oh totally Shawny Darden before she opened her clinic she would do her that house and she has like all of them she is like the panels she's the masks and everything and she said sometimes she just like sits in front of it which it looks like a mirror you just like sit in front of me Oh yeah I mean on Hashes my next big investment is going to be like an led lights panel that I can just lay underneath falsely yeah yeah but it's a small it's just one that you lake lay under not move who makes it I can't remember out to look it up into roasts the makeup artist they were caught with like Haley Bieber and stuff like that she has an amazing youtube video about how she completely transformed skin with this led light panel but it was like two thousand dollars news at the recommendation of her aestheticians but she in bed like invested in she travels with it I have a separate suitcase for my led animal the best dedication wow that's amazing I'm like so curious you guys have been here for a week now what have you noticed is like different in terms of maybe treatments are taught to say that because we actually interviewed Shawny just the other day and she is so hooked up with all the rules and the gizmos to use at home and like she recommends them to her clients for in between sessions I feel like in our world it's less about that more or and more about just like comeback in come back in and just what you guys are talking about right now I think it's just at a different level in terms of like those gadgets and all about really high tech stuff that's one thing I'm noticing for sure and people are willing to invest actually commit to their health and they carve out the time to do it it's like an essential part of health grandma being whereas people like Silvio treatments I think a lot on the east coast is like relaxation or it's like going in there too got these results I just couldn't believe how shiny like we walked in it was all on her top shelf and she's like Oh no you need to do this one at home like this laser thing where Ya a lot mean I I feel like there's a little bit more skepticism as well maybe you know in New York and in Toronto like how much those things actually were totally but whereas it feels like what's the thing no I and we believe everything crystals on my face yeah absolutely oh my God don't get me I wrote about this here I might listen jade role whatever like then you're discharging yes I've been around too many by Beverly Hills uh of babies though because when there was like some super moon recently somebody sent me like eight thousand rose quartz and I was like what do even with the rents them and put them under the Sun Okay you're under the full moon well I tried but then where I live there was no direct full moon binds so I was telling my boyfriend we had to move so we can get Rexel we're we're maybe just by a full moon thank me all in I'm creating that product lab like the other thing interesting say that is the Aslam pair college it here they are taking that really seriously fake obviously yes words influence is so strong do you feel the non extensions or not a as big of a thing people got them but it's more like to fill out like that that Aslam pair that sort of started on the runway like last spring really trickled down here but more from ka-shing I'm sure you know how the function wearing that hair is always like this the thing is like y'all obviously can't see what I'm doing I'm sitting up really great with good posture and I'm taking my hand in like brushing underneath hair to get it out of my face like that's all they can do to get it out of base they can't talk it behind your ears because as much as you say that because I went to see ac musk graves two different times who I love Golden Hour a love her and she onstage I couldn't believe that's all she did on I and my friend was like Holy Shit she needs to take on her hair or get another wag or something needs another move cause she's wearing these like great jumpsuits like easing makeup and just every time it's like this influences ever not yeah right influential quarterly chronicle things like going to the bathroom cooking like obviously pull my hair can you hold my hair I would love to ask Casey Mass Graves Yada you sit on the pot the thing that you put your hair or maybe it's just takes it off the hair allies it shange holder Dolly Parton has that great line and they're like when people ask her how long it takes to do her hair she's just like I don't know I'm never there uh-huh Dolly Parton is a Saint Yeah I would I would love to get her on glossy yes we like my number one guest Kony so funny and I love one of my favorite quotes from her she's like you can call me down blonde but domino not blonde like a f- sure sure yeah so good okay so what's our next question well we both have similar backgrounds we were more in magazines and you guys were more digital also but I think like you guys go on press trips all the time in that right so what's the craziest thing that's ever happened or on a shoot let's start spelling Ah to feel the biggest difference between press trips for print and like press trips for digital especially now and the fact that we live in okay is that it's all like influence trips and then Carina will like get invited to a reliable launch trip because it's like there's such a big spectacle to it and it's so much fun yeah how ever I remember when benefit launched not brasler found her pro yeah broadcom toward pro it was like their pen with four different and and they had a big launch trip in Paris they invited us to but like six months before that they took him into long lead editors to Morocco to learn about

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The Global Economy: US manufacturing survey shows worst reading in a decade and the WTO downgrades the trade volume

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:08 min | 1 year ago

The Global Economy: US manufacturing survey shows worst reading in a decade and the WTO downgrades the trade volume

"We begin today with the aforementioned slice of the American economy manufacturer ing the Caveat here is that you can't can't tell the whole story of this economy from just one number of course but a report we got today about. US manufacturing is causing a little bit of Aga it comes to was from the Institute for Supply Management. It provides an index or whether the manufacturing is expanding or contracting from month to month. That's Sharyn o'halloran. She's professor of Political Economy at Columbia. The manufacturing index came out. This morning is pretty straight ahead. If it's above fifty fifty manufacturing is expanding below that it's shrinking what we've seen in this latest report is that the index spell below fifty forty seven point eight to be precise signifies. A worsening of manufacturing tring conditions in the in the United States that is manufacturing industries are facing a downturn. Today's number was in fact. The lowest is the index has been in more than ten years manufacturing is not the largest component of the economy is a significant component when there's a contraction in manufacturing other types of sectors will probably follow because it could be layoffs it could be different types of negative activities that are going to happen as a result of it so what is going on here. You know really indicates to me that what's driving. This is our lack of new export orders. That's Timothy Furey. SM He chairs the committee that puts out the survey in question this is more of I think it's more more of a trade throttling it's it's caused a lot of bottlenecks across the global environment not good for the manufacturing economy yeah not good for the manufacturing fracturing. Konami all spink trade bottlenecks and throttling of the global environment let us turn now to the WTO the World Trade Organization. Shall we twice a year the economists honest the WTO get together and go through their models in their crystal balls and tell the rest of us how much trade they're expecting in the next couple of years and you know where this is going right. Their latest I forecast out today shows a sharp drop in the growth of trade from where they were expecting just six months ago in April. Thinking was we'd see trade volumes grow two point six percent this year now just one point two percent its backdrop so we asked marketplace's. Tracey Samuelson to figure out what has changed in the past six months this forecast is downgrade from what the WTO was expecting in April and that was a downgrade from what it was expecting last September Coleman knee and economist in the research in statistics division at the WTO says we're already seeing slower trade growth show up in the data. What's happened is the trade growth in the first half of the year of Twenty nineteen was much listen we expected so we were forced to revise our forecast down pretty substantially. He says there is a number of reasons why there's slowing economic growth in major economies uh-huh and regions in Asia and Europe a bit in the US and that reduces demand for it for all kinds of goods including imports. It's lying. Economic growth doesn't totally explain the slowing growth in trade volumes. There's something else what could it be since April. The trade dispute has only escalated. Fan Vino is the US chief economist SNP Global. We've had the United States add more tariffs on now three hundred billion of Chinese products and still more tears to take effect in December. Eastward facade is a trade policy professor at Cornell has been a fundamentally evaluation about what the prospects for dissolving the retention. It's become clear that the US China trade tensions are here to stay so precise says businesses are reevaluating their supply chains and putting investment plans on hold which can ultimately mean less trade. I'm tracey Samuelson for

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John White Suggests You Stay in Your Lane

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

08:05 min | 1 year ago

John White Suggests You Stay in Your Lane

"John White joining US good morning morning. Sleep for me when I was a kid was long acres. That was the place to be so That's that's an interesting story there. I wanted to weigh in on this gold up at Belmont and I I was texting with a friend within seconds after the race 'cause he texted me itself. What do you think and before they even put up the a your objection or inquiry and I said well I said I thought that Vino Rosso ran a good race and he seems to be a curling improving with age like a fine wine that I added in my text to him. I said but I said there could be a D. Q. Here and I said that without obviously having seen the head on what I then also texted him 'cause he. He texted back and said really and I said yes might be the Q. I said in New York they pretty much. Let them play more than anywhere these days but this could be the queue so I was on the same page ages you in terms of if you if you go by the recent past history there you're really not expecting a D Q so they might see the head on several times. I was watching the Fox broadcast which I've said many times that is such an outstanding broadcast and they showed and then after a while they were showing with the lanes and I mean look Vino came out not once not twice ice three times he there. was there a bump. No I wouldn't even never say there was a bump but there's like contact and as you pointed out Steve I'm being hurting. I loved your comparison in terms of being on the road in your car when the car in the lane next next to you starts coming into your lane. What do you do? I mean 'cause I used that same analogy a lot of times as has a steward myself in something else when I've been stewart by self that I've told jockeys looked the more you stay straight in race Jason. I and I told them in fact I mean I told Rubin Twenties this at Los Alamos when I was in the stand for the last week of that thoroughbred herb red meat in the summer. I said Ruben. You're a fine writer. Horses run for you. You've got a great future but keep in in mind. When you're out there. The more you can possibly stay straight the last you'RE GONNA be in here seeing the stewards and the more success you really GonNa have have because it doesn't help your business if you're constantly in the steward's office in the morning and sometimes you're going to be you know skate through with a Q. Just because in the opinion of the sewer that didn't affect the order finish or didn't deny a horse the opportunity we get for a better finish but you'll be just lucky on in that regard but the more you can stay straight the less headaches. You're GONNA have the less headaches sir. I've told many many writers this for many many years so this is the thing about being Rosso the minute. He is not staying in his lane. He's putting himself in some jeopardy of possibly being be cute and so to me my vote would have been for a the Q. and I that was my decision before the stewards rendered their decision and I have to admit I was a little surprised when they voted for the D. acute just because of the recent history of how they've been judging this type of situation New York now Steve. It seems to me that there has been a change in the personnel recently in this year in Stewart's Dan. you know we have that that. WHO has gone into the stand and I barley obey a isn't he knew I mean he's. He's been there forever now. He's been there for for even one. One person change can change the dynamics to to how stewards it's rule and this is why to me you know people constantly or talking. All we want consistency. We want consistency and then I've heard some people in racing. Even some commissioners or board members say you know what if you keep the same stewards in the stand all the time they get stale. We should mix them up. Well mixing up. Stewart's to me is not conducive to consistency so one thing but you hope for is that you keep kind of a panel of seward's on a consistent. It's the basis and hope that those words will be consistent now the way they ruled this race. Steve the whole would be as you've are ticketed aided that they now continue to judge Rayson similar to this one when they get a similar situation in other words. If we get another one of these he's hurting deals. One would hope that the number would come down again but again. It's got to be a close. The merging here was you know only Canosa and that's a big element in this decision. often been two lanes or something. I doubt whether taking the Russell now but one that's a nose else and that was enough of an incident throughout really the entire stretch when you think about it I mean from where they started at the top of the stretch stretched the finish so I agree with the Bq and I I'm with you sleep and with Andy I think it is in the best interest of racing racing to judge races in terms of of when you get these horses directing like that and to to take those numbers down more often than not yeah if they're GONNA do it. They're going to do it consistently and and also beyond the consistency of of the decisions when they when it gets it to their ants. I don't understand understand why they've gotten away and Richmond. Yori has discussed this too because big for a while had been had been drafted to work with the young riders but I do not know why the film patrol concept y. Y that has has been kind of. I don't know if it's been abandoned per se but the you know the opportunity to sit with riders and say to them. You guys have got to stop this us and we're going to start calling it on a regular basis so you might as well hold your lane now and because you can do it we understand the heat of the battle and going a little bit too much with one hand or another. You know it can drive a horse in the direction. I mean frankly I to me. It seemed as if Iraq in the left hand. If you just got back to writing he might have been fine. He he went he after the first contact he we're back left handed at least one more time maybe twice and I think that that was probably what flag the stewards to say. This was more than just a casual bump. He carried him to two and a half pads and I. I'm a little surprised that the people who are continuing to say it it would never do that. Via Rosso never should have come down that that's that's a little hyper hyperbole basically as to to to what transpired there but if they're going to do it regularly. I think it'd be great for everybody

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"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Is it. Is it plus plus or minus fifty years so i'm going to say i'm thinking like sixteen eighty nine. Ooh okay. I was thinking like seventeen fifty but sixteen nineteen eighty nine. That's pretty good. Sixteen eighty nine gives us to seventeen forty and sixteen fifty k. so oh less rounded up to sixteen ninety math right now sixteen ninety. I think that's pretty good okay so twenty. Nineteen in sixteen ninety equals at the smart phones out sixty ninety seven thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred nineteen ninety three hundred thirty three hundred thirty three hundred thirty okay. The wine is from fourteen seventy two cribs day today as a nineteen it is going on. I've hundred forty seven years old wine. I mean it's got to be vinegar. At this point right well. We've been sampled three times that we know of of one once in fifteen seventy six to celebrate the alliance between strasbourg in zurich. Okay the second time seventeen sixteen after the hospital were down. We should check on a still good. Yeah you can rebuild. That's fine in the last time live in nineteen forty. Four after strasbourg was liberated by the allies who my gosh is that like the dream is that like is that like every winemakers like aspirational aspirational place to get to to like sit or anything to happy where we're at. What are we gonna do it seriously so it is yet going on five hundred forty seven years old line there is a there is a bottle out there <hes> supposedly from the roman empire but its authenticity is unconfirmed. Yes that's good. I mean after a certain point. I feel like wine. Isn't there's a bell curve. I feel like it peaks at some point and then and then it's just vinegar after awhile. That's does utterly right. It'll it'll fall apart. It was open once in the early the on sailing thirties or forties now like they're debating whether or not to open it again in actually analyze it gosh gosh but it's just it was like this big gelatinous flatness biscuits mass put down no absolutely not that is that is the correct the bodily response thank you thank you on that note that that is like a quiz on display tax bell wine and <hes>. It's humbling even for me. I didn't even know most of these garrett. They always wonderful. What a great of drunk. I'm going to get home but to superpower getting people to really lovely bottles of wine that you have sent to us very kind and a wonderful topic about wine and winemaking which i think our listeners really love. It's a little bit of a longer episode but we'll warn and everybody is a long term. It's been an honor to be a part of your friday with both of you and like i said i'm a big fan and if i can be to the to the content you putting out there that that keeps me from like putting a fork in my eyes like you guys read the very like seriously from the bottom my heart thank you very much. Thank you for wonderful. Do you have anything to plug. Do you wanna plug anything. Can i yeah go to town. Oh shit if you're ever in like a really remote part napa disco appel mountain road and visited coppola valley winery. We're we're kind of out of the way but like like you've been drinking all night. There's some really good rose as good as the. We're doing some really exciting things production auction. We got some botchy ball going on. We got this country music concert on june. Twenty-ninth cut drink wine because you know what it's going to be my lights on so please his and you need a reservation to come taste there or fed- but seriously like we're so far the way were just happy to see people show up so ordinarily it's like hey you know we're here. Okay cool great <hes> we'll share link to pope valley winery post this episode so and their wine is is excellent. I can attest to you know we absolutely would not thank you garrett and thanks so much for listening is all ladies. Thank you very much. If you i would like to get in touch with us you can email us at missing papa gmail.com you can tweeted us at misinform pod. We have a facebook page. Misinformation colon trivia trivia.

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"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Things like that is like nothing anybody wants <hes> from there you want to introduce your knees like we talked talked about before your second icy service c._a. <hes> dental for men from anywhere between like twenty thirty days so that somebody will want the head in front of you mentioned in for thirty five days at like fifty degrees like alec cold because i feel like you preserve a lot of that like lemon curd slate a little bit of the flint like that's my. That's my style but i feel like you've got to work with. Let the land gives you so if i if i if i live in a place where like tropical flavors just abounded in sonny bloch lake santa barbara for example i would from it. A little bit warmer has that yet because yeast at that temperature like to lockneys compounds that make your four flavors a little more melanie a little more on apple. Watch all things that that's that's where you go with that now if you're making king if you're making red wine you want to ferment on the skins. When you're making white wine you wanna press juice legally off red wine. Get your color in your flavor from the <unk> on nights new stem in the new manager cab <unk> between like fourteen. I mean i've done as much as sixty days. Okay incorporating those skins into your must to get all that all that flavor and then after that time is up and it's all based on tastes. You press that off and get your finish one. We've heard of like some rose as that. They're like we keep the skins on for six hours or like twelve hours. Yeah that resented you've got in front of me or hours after that fruit and i put on my swim trunks and i stopped around for no seriously i stomped around for a little bit and then i started my. I said hey siri seto timer. Ever for four hours in this was like eighteen in the morning at twelve twelve fifteen. We put it in the press and <unk>. It's it's on this for four hours. Rooms like twenty minutes. It was cold though brother you don't know cold. That's right. You still.

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"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"A t. You'll be like i i <hes> head will remain the same but all those canes will instead. I'd like emanate from the head of the vine. What that does is it really feels like damage from frost four yes so like all of that all that he this kind of concentrated towards the trunk towards the ground which trying to do is like force all that green growth towards the ground and it keeps you protected through through extended periods things like that so it's a yeah it also takes a lot more skill to prune vine for kane printing does does for <hes> like the bilateral cord honors like that <hes> the cane pruned the french word is ego in there are a dozen sort of trading patterns and the australians do stuff that we never seen before but let's worry about these two that is talked about for now because like training a grapevine. That's another upset at like four times the furniture with anything like we just kind of think there are grapes they honor on vines you take take them and you kind of don't until you are at an actual <hes> vineyard and seeing how they're growing like to see that there's actually like a uniform pattern. Jobs actually actually planted a certain distance apart stuff is on a certain level of maybe it's on wire. Maybe zahn fencing that kind of thing like just <hes> that there is there is a method to all of this matt exactly. I'm happy you said that like there's a certain methods of all the madness in a certain light distance apart. If you have very very very fertile soil you wanna do is plant very densely to each other like maybe a year apart and a meter across because what that does is it increases competition your soil on each vine decrease yield so vine is very much like any other plant or tree out if you give it enough resources like it's gonna. It's gonna wanna go gets you. Don't want to grow and propagate and do all the things that treason plants to put if you're actually growing for size in flavor and quality what you wanna do. Who is you you want to relegate. You want to regulate that development of the berry. You don't want it to be too big your view of a smaller so we call that like its relative or regular definite deficit irradiation <hes> it's preventing things from getting too big and it's increasing competition a petition in with soil per acre vine on yeah so like the more densely you plant the slower. These vines are going to be needs. More berries beans more closer bay and presumably like a higher quality is going to be but also at the same time. You have to remember that you like if you're a vineyard manager. You're getting paid by the ton so dearly. Wanna cut your yield that much and that's the balance that we that we walk is you can grow the same quality grape at four tons acre compared to three. You're gonna make more money at four. It's so that's that's what puts food on your table for your for your family in it. I know it's a very unromantic way to look at it but that's how that's how people people like. I have to look at it if i get six tons at five tons of the same quality like i'm going to do that all day long and twice on sunday now. You don't like what a vine looks flight now. We'll talk about like during the growing season. What actually takes place so we we operate on. What's known as like growing degree days and that's <hes> take your maximum temperature subtraction minimum temperature during the day which is usually like fifty fifty to divide by two and subtract fifty in like these number of units will accumulate accumulate to twenty five hundred three thousand or thirty five or whatever it is like depending on your growing regions that we have the california january we have them. We have separated from one through five in like growing region. One is the coldest in growing region. Five is like the middle of death death valley in july. Yeah said this in every every grape varietal has its own growing degree day requirement at <unk> at which it's going to <hes> bloom and set fruit and be mature and things like that but usually in the middle role of spring right around saint patrick's day to the end of the month like that's when you'll start to see you like little buds bursts from the vines. That's what we.

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"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Is it like america. No number two is china <hes> you you know we should have thought oh what all within the last ten years wow. Mali shan't doesn't leave the country because we don't yeah that's it's true there and like like andrea said in like it's mostly to cabernet catholic. It's like eighty percent cabinet <unk> because they want to a lot of chinese. Growing is trying to emulate bordeaux be marketed. It's yeah so spain in china france italy but europe accounts for seventy percent of total wine production in the largest producers in terms of wind volume volume are italy france spain in the u._s. So spain is the largest in terms of acreage but third in in production <unk> what that tells me by looking at the data is that vine spacing in spain is super far apart. Oh really really only because they're they're vij density in their tons per hectare tons per acre has got to be lower than what's going on reverse saying so i'll get to that in a little bit and actually it actually makes sense so world production in two thousand seventeen was two hundred ninety three million hectolitres which is about seven point seven billion gallons of wine. I dowling for man woman child on the face of this planet at the call home freaks me out a little bit that actually gave me a little bit of an existential breakdown the ocean space when we talk about billions of no no i don't i don't mind the ocean but i would hate phase right so vast dark and cold yeah now. It's doesn't no it doesn't it. Is oh yeah well. I got the job so <hes> cabernet. Sauvignon is the world's most widely planted wind grade. It's terrible about back. Wow a will not disagree live by myself bored with it. There are a lot of people who love it to the tune of three hundred forty thousand hectares which is about four thousand acres see. Here's the thing i like soviet-bloc block like cabernet franc but cabernet sauvignon is awful to me yeah. That's my knees. But what are you reading my notes more than three hundred wine a thing or two about wine yeah just so you're so proud. That's lovely. That's right here. It's all right here. You didn't drink wine in college. Which is why all this is so much more shocking. He didn't drink in college. A chihuahua garrett thought he had an olympic career as a runner in unrealized dude. Alcohol is so much better okay well. You're making up. I sound like a good libro right now belong on bravo on summer house. That's how i don't drink wine. They don't drink wine drinkers which right now so thirteen varietals cover about one third of the world's plantings according to the which is a european winemaking governing body okay so so thirteen pretty much control the world there are about ten thousand known wine grape varietals and if you go to any town italy they'll tell you that there is like one varietal that they originated like it's their own. It's the best so they have. They have like they have like three of them. Three or four thousand of them like the most dominant planning in new zealand course sabathia blonde invest sixty five percent of of like the total tonnage in that country the most common pointing italy is send you vasie which is only about eight percent so that tells you like what kind of diversity they have going on over there in france the most common varietal merlot. It's about fourteen fourteen percent of total acreage or hectic <unk> out of their under vine the in the u._s. The most common variety of course cabernet be that's. The money is a followed. Oh by chardonnay cabernet as ten percent chardonnays number seven respectively on white the the white grape with the world's most worldwide acreage is <music> alberino. All that joe is spanish rate is about five hundred three nine thousand acres. Yeah i do like a spanish white. I will tell you like vino vino verde reno or something like that. Yeah crisp grieve rain on you. If you're in spain they talk about albery new as like this big fat viscous. Excuse like masculine style wine but it's i feel like that's not how i get it at all like albery news very aromatic very beautiful. They're like very he's.

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"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"He's survived like that's why we have a nineteen forty five. We'll talk show which might have been like the greatest ones remained was just like the little v for victory three unbelievable in nineteen forty. Five was just a a really cool little jab. It's really like culturally significant bottle <hes> yes so things kind of progress along <hes> post world war. Two europe is cleaning itself up. Most of napa california is still weet land. There are doesn't wanna reasonably like what napa sonoma and then we get to the judgment of paris nineteen seventy. Let me six and that's a big. That's a big moment for us because it showed that like france wasn't the dominant quality wind power on the world stage <hes> <hes> we entered a like probably the story that everybody knows in the seventy three <unk> chardonnay and there were there were others as well but like that really early freaked the french out in force in the look at how they were making weinhauer growing grapes will kind of like sanitation they had in the somewhere. You're in the old world commodity to like modernize. It showed that plays like in the new world which was which was us which is south america which is south africa which as zero in australia so we're we're not. We're not the b. team anymore. We're not the also rans like there is actually quality wine that can be produced in a region of italy italy france spain portugal germany was like that yeah and not only not only were we meaning like the new world for all intents and purposes were making good wine and that during the judgment of paris that was like an like an acknowledgement of that it was that we were we're making good enough wine that it was at the level of competition with like the old world which was unheard of up until that point am correct say that because i feel like at the time there was only like one reporter who actually covered it okay. We would not have gotten so much press in gotten so much publicity if the french weren't so mad right. There's like how uh-huh yeah yeah. They made a way bigger than they probably if they hadn't if they just like brush it off. Maybe like maybe. I don't have a job today. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. The whole course of history could have could have changed and i could have pursued my biochem degree minutes. Happy will rub lab rat and then cool with it and not know this whole world was opened us so it's a it's a very it's a very pivotal point. Wait for our business like specifically california but i feel like california's kinda on the tip of the spear for the rest of the country so you look at places like new york now like like which was where quality wine was made for for hundreds of years before before california but now like a really starting to get there do texas in oregon washington texas seriously. We'll talk about that so there's a <hes> we'll get to that later. I don't wanna give anything away so today. One is made on six continents with the exception of say a with a a loved one in the hope that like someone would shout out ness t._d. Yeah because i know ms simple pod loves their disease in a c._d.'s. Don't condone them. No absolutely not what does the word often infrequently so today as the as of the time we speak there are about seven seven point five million hectares under vine holiday erlich eight when you're talking about data that that equates to about eighteen and a half million million acres of american land which is really the only land that matters so as of as a twenty seventeen seventeen the a._t._m. Data is still right back to that world war chance the the eighteenth data still outstanding but spain has the most land planted leads divine nine seventy five thousand acres hectares <hes> followed by caretaker guests france italy italy those close close <hes>. I don't know i was <hes>. If you said close to france and italy i dunno australia. You know you're actually closer. Is it like america. No number two is china <hes> you you know we should have thought oh what all within the last ten years wow..

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"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"In that episode right to tell you that something pretty goddamn good. I'm just saying it hasn't quite made it to us yet. Yeah what am i former. Employers actually like he made a he made enough money and he has enough light influence influence. He's gonna do whatever the hell he wants but he decided that one day he wanted to. He wanted to make wine in the place where wine originated so he partnered with this guy in armenia and if you ever find yet kuby in hobbs out where you are a pretty large like new york distribution but it's totally worth it for like thirty five. I bounce okay all right. Check it out yeah. We've enough money to pay pal account. I'm just trying to change your mind here. I know like you and i go back to the days arbor mist where it may or may not be carbonated and best product without a ton of integrity. It's like it's like what do you mean. Blackberry merlot arbor mist isn't have a lot of integrity. Julia told but berry merlo <unk> pairs beautifully with cheese. It's just a cheese store really does is it's heaven. That's a product with lot of with a lot of heart and drive very kind very kind of budget friend. It is sponsored by the c._b._s. and salem nothing to it uh-huh. Yes please sumi now. I think you own that. That's currently being excavated is about sixty one one hundred b._c. Minutes also publicized that the ancient egyptians cultivated vines version of wine so if you go into these pyramids there are they're very clear. Depictions sins of vineyards in trela sing people harvesting or the purpose of fermenting grapes to make wine. It's a cool feeling to know that you're you're part of something. That is is or has been around much longer than you have. A will be around much like one of those professions. Yes yeah it really is second to the other one the other one google i._t. Program and we just lost our listeners in silicon valley so the the spread of viticulture which is the signs of greg growing westward is most likely due due to the <hes> the physicians who spread knowledge outward from city states along the mediterranean sea so a picture places like lebanon syria present day israel like this was the center of grape growing knowledge and then people like the ancient greece came in around five thousand b._c. Took that to their empire fire and the persians took that trying to sink a god east so one across places like iran and iraq and into the fertile crescent that sort of area and that became that became the hotbed of wine-growing about seven thousand years ago the great the hotness that's right the the ancient greeks used <unk> throw things like <hes> like pine tar and pitch and honey and not necessarily like hemlock but other kinds of herbs. I know like in which case they're like here. It's sure it's thursday at six. It's six o'clock somewhere yeah yeah yeah. We don't the license actually say the correct thing. We know we don't we don't pay jimmy buffett anywhere montas radar no no because he is he is listed. A lot of shit about jimmy buffett actually actually a memo here from the missing pakad legal defense assist man. Yeah i know it's they're fast much quicker than usual. So the ancient greeks intern spread that from greeks agrees supplies like that to sicily italy the rest of europe wherever they were they had sort of cultural influence influence and then from the ancient greeks of course we have the ancient romans in the us they used wise like a military tool powered up their soldiers and that's why they took over most of europe asia..

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"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Anywhere from eight hundred thousand different compounds and we're going to sit here while i list every fucking all right well you are episode seriously those boring notes that i wrote out a long time ago i figured that wouldn't test very well with the audience in which can be summarized as about eighty six percent water depending on where you are if you're if you're in australia but he was at eighty three because they want to push their alcohol more or parts of central california which push it as well well they have to get drunker and i'll show you how to deal with all of the massive of terrifying creatures. Yes fairtrade just agitate with spiders. Fighters mass ours that just did you ever watch the stephen. Oh yes now stomach. Everything's asked i mean all all right. Steve irwin rest. I do something soon denied. You'll get mad anytime you talk about a stingray. People are like mom's day talk about it. They're like yeah. We're not saving. You still owe us. Yeah that's right. There's a there's a lot that has to be redeemed so higher alcohol content usually show or if you're if you're in a very uh-huh very cool area that does not experience a lot of ripening which we'll talk about later like western new york new york or canada which is really great slots in canada or germany. Yuga might get a little closer to like eight percent or persson alcohol things like that you you might get anywhere from one half to one percent glycerine which is a it's a by <unk> sakarai. A by product of lipid metabolism said something that you're and get from from a piece hexter. That's its aromatic neutral but it's gonna give you that feeling of this business in wait on the path like an ocean. Yes like i like when you say like a chardonnay can be oiling right. That's precisely what it is like. People go for like high glycerin producing yeast when they're making things like what i do like <unk> they want that they want that pallet wait to go along with all that ten and and maybe that lack of acid but ultra keep my opinions to myself as much as i can. I don't wanna. I don't wanna like shame. Many of our listeners by are clearly. We're very knowledgeable. Sweep into like i don't know probably like three hundred wine tastings at this point and we always we always like listen intently when they tell us about the things and then you know we already know which winds were going to like it. It's it's it's fun to try to ban de. This just number is on our side. Yes exactly no. I'm with you under <unk>. Half a percent of organic acids in these ads in in wine predominantly are tatar of but it also contains a small matter mallaig malic acid which is a predominant acid in apples butter by grayson's apple. They'll get that green sort of malic acid that a green apple jelly rancher okay yes the best yeah we also have some lactic which is the dominant acid and things like like milk. I'll talk about that mallet lactic lactic relationship <hes> there's a little bit of citric acid as well <hes> <unk> which is just natural assets that occur throughout metabolism the <hes> the major difference between grape varietals though anything like a grape varietal. It's like a breed of dog like we've been. We've been talking about dogs the the whole time here <hes> so like sarah in merlot and things like that like their base. They share probably ninety nine point five eight eight percent of d._n._a. But at that point for two percent that's gonna make them aromatic..

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"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"vino" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Can we get religious like can i say she was my lord and savior weird now. That's bolt sur meuse for a living so there's not much i'm calling into here. So of course your topic today since you're going to be presenting sending to us is about the judeo christian tradition correct yes. No you're going to be talking to us about presumably wine correct right right or whatever you want to talk about but <hes> i prepared for why that's okay with yes please. I mean we're drinking wine right now. He might as well be fully immersed so sure i see a lot of that bottle remaining so i wanna keep things rolling with u._t. Ladies thank you. We like this excellent excellent. <hes> we are on the video chat so i'm going to say some things but try to explain it to the audience as well so i understand that <hes> the you listeners do not have a graduate degree in why making <hes> like i do not like your job. I'm gonna i'm gonna try to keep this as like there's a lot of <unk> prep is like there's a lot of science and i want to avoid it as much as also okay but there's times when i can't so i want to try to make an accessible so every time under i i give you the name of a compound or a really weird phrase. Feel free to stop me we can explain or i'll try to like in analogy repairable. If i possibly can great great on yes yes so feel free to like tebow told me garrett like shut the hell up and what was that that you just said <hes> we can go back and retrace anything that we need to end the wine. Industry has done a really good job of intimidating consumers. What i want to do now is kind out of what break that so if you like. There's no such thing as a stupid question so if you have something that's always been on your mind. Please asked like by all means. Please ask. I did learn that it is though a stupid question to ask like if someone's like ooh. This wine tastes like strawberries to ask them when they put the strawberries into the wine yes. That's a dumb question. Yeah yeah yeah i did in one of my first jobs i was i was at a skewed like the names of wineries teams okay. I was at chateau morissette employed virginia and i sold a woman a bottle of it was something i forget where it was but you came back and she said i can't get it open. What is this. I said man. That's a core little slower technically so jazz says she was used to the mad dog twenty twenty l. eared circular twisted events like that was my first job over making was <hes> was mad dog and carlo rossi so that was that was the universe just smiling me <hes> yeah just like my first job was at chuckie cheese which was founded by nolan bushnell of atari and now all i do is deal with video game gun. You've been cursed. I you know what this is. The first i'm hearing of this. I am destined to work for nolan. Bushnell's legacy for the rest of your house when we're done with this like your index or something but anyway why what is it what is it why should night drink it. I'm so happy like why should you drink it. It keeps my lights on my house dog bed and it keeps my wife fed so if you if you care about misinform bud maybe you're a humanitarian as well but actually really happy. You said that like my wine. What exactly is it. Let's get right in <hes> wine. Mine is a it's a fermented colleague and right. Oh right off the bat. We've got a science term. Colonnade is a it's a liquid with suspended solids so if you think about <hes> other colleagues that you might encounter in your life like milk and butter and mayonnaise which is a protein suspended in oil things like that that one is nothing more than like carbohydrates and east particles and things like that suspended in water like ethanol suspended in water <unk>. It's made from when grapes you can make alcohol from any sort of carbohydrates <unk> 'tatoes <unk> or blueberries which is big new jersey. Which is where i'm from.

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Apps For Wine Lovers

Dishin' Digital

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Apps For Wine Lovers

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"vino" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"vino" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Me a lot of in everyone the gamble of vino a chance were incredible anyone again like that much money by the way it was like he was being strictly for a good time yes he's only there for a good time and that is i i enjoyed it a lot i mean he's a fucking electrical we ate dinner with him would give a little bit fox at a bed yes we sampled a little longer gamble a little bit longer have a good time i think whenever we want and stopped in the club 'cause everybody's like oh you gotta you gotta go see called bonds famous down here we stopping their pucker head around again maybe maybe it'll do sometimes first night and then we come back we're going back to the room in fact we see just fucking stumbling through the fucking fox broke what you do and he's like he's like i couldn't find and so we try to get back to her room we got lost and we were we were nowhere near where fox was and we walk in this one like vault area in we go in there in the lady there she's like oh you're with him she bunch of oxy unlike yup housing i can't wait josie she goes he's been in here for different looking for a hit and run in the last three i'd rather send him out of here four times in the last two and a half hours i was like that sounds about right but just real quick where she goes out here over there like you got it so we walked back to the room foxy goes asleep and i was just like imagine where fox he was with his other like when that lady sent him out there who knows i'm just wouldn't tell us either we could go forth where have you been no joke for hours where have you been i've been in the bowels of the hotel that sends me a screen shot of a fucking news clipping i guess the three sharks eight a woman down in the bahamas while we're down all i could think about this primary fox pretty close to them short i seriously was in the balls the boiler room the laundry room i went upstairs downstairs i went outside i was everywhere and could not find room last night to the last night we were trying to get to the casino in no doors are marked so there is a security guy holding the door open were coming from the the receptions like the last receptions must be an award show i guess we miss somebody somebody spoke in anytime before we ate a food were sitting with dealing a couple of other people were sitting were turning it back into the casino and we walk from the reception were walking there's massive building but you've no idea where anything is so there's one security guys holding the door open and were all kind of dressed up a little bit so they i guess they take somebody important guy open the door for us we just walk right in there's four other security guys in the thing and i feel like it's kinda ocean's eleven in i get my hand on a door in a guy goes why you opening the door i was six inches away from the vault and we're like oh this is the casino there like out of here is out in the guy who's like that door i was six pitches out and they don't i don't know if there's a people that know the that's where the vote is 'cause it's completely unmarked door simply unmarked operation i might work that i my fucking hand on the thing the volta and they're like water you why you opening the volcano after screaming i feel like rent ocean's eleven i mean i run they rushed don't know how i probably did he just say vault no no no no no no no no no they said they didn't vote oh mind you that i a hotel key card could open the vault by the way i will involve that is there anything goes wrong my passport and they're they're not gonna be able to pick up and move it so mr president guy i like.

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"vino" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"vino" Discussed on Little Atoms

"Things like you know if you if you stop someone to death they're going to be really warm you hands inside their body it's going to be really warm you're gonna feel something i'd never thought about for my life until i write something like that happening and then when you do think about anything god yeah i feel like i know a little bit of what it would be like just one more thing that now okay to read a bit if you words and i wanted to we've mentioned a few the books of the writers as we've been long i wanted to talk to you about not just what other things might have influenced you in in your writing most of the alike i guess and obviously not shows perak well i want to get shows perak kicking i think the just everyone do what you feel like you know and if he was doing what he felt like fantastic that's the best thing anyone can do but that's all be honest and open about how we respond to what we read as well and if you read something which is highly admired was really difficult to do and it's never been done by anyone else before doesn't mean you time doesn't mean you weren't bored doesn't mean it you're not struggling to find reasons to admire it rather than actually being moved which which is really what i think of berko any work about needs to be about so that's why perec will be on the list for me i mean i would have said years ago would have said vino is one of my one of my heroes and clearly i've learned from kelvin at the same time after a while i just probably getting older i'm getting more confident i started to think you know i am not enjoying this i am not moved by this i am fascinated but i am not this doesn't feel it really an why should this be fiction anyway you want me to mention some books have influenced me very influenced by in this.

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"vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Sara keane's work on site meal out of pain on the wall canvasses involved other things it's where she really she like she nailsea sings just gets in it improvisational that's where we have something in common her and i we like to work improvisational see what happens to exciting so that's what i was saying no she's doing that so i'm a i'm free to stay out late and work all night at the comedy five shows last night and i want to see buffalo tom for about half of their set jan of its was here and he invited me down so i went down there said hide of the fellas at terror grand ballroom and now watch about half of the sat and it was good it was good it was good to see him hims good to see via a sold guys out doing the work did i mentioned that i played some i played out in public i didn't promote it because because i didn't want to folks so yeah last week may i uncommon around i'm coming around last week jimmy vino from the conan o'brien show texted me and said do do i want to come in and sit in at al's barring grill i think it's called in burbank and do uh do a couple of tunes with him in the fellas not the koehnen bambadji just a combo to jimmy drummer bass player in a guy on the keys and i was like he said i think you're ready take jimmy vedeno the guy's been teaching me lixin let me plays guitars in the dressing room for decades he said i think you're ready and i'm like all right man all right what are we playing and he told me.

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