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"willett" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

04:20 min | 7 months ago

"willett" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"Everyone back with another whiskey quickey into today. This is a little bit of a special project because we're taking a look at blackened by willett x. Willett in collaboration with well. I don't really know what it is but it's blackened x. Willett i don't know how you're supposed to actually say it but we'll give you a little bit of background here so blackened of course as a project from the late. Great dave pickerel and metallica but is now had headed by their master distiller and blender rob dietrich and this is the new masters of whiskey series. And this is the inaugural release where it's looking at blackened as long as well as with willett kentucky straight. Rye whiskey finished in madeira casks. And of course this is done. In collaboration with kohl's being over we'll so it starts off with a base of low ri- and high rye whiskey recipes that were hand selected by rob andrew from the willett family state reserve selection. These were aged for six and a half years on average and after the right was were married together. They were then finished in mcgeer casts for up to fourteen weeks where they underwent the proprietary black noise sonic enhancement where the finishing barrels where they say are pummeled by the low hurts frequencies of metallica's music andrew and rob picked out the playlist. And we've been metallica or some serious like noise going on. So i can guarantee there's an impact if you'll give me fire we'll see if we desire. Oh boy yep so. This is a politic capturing one hundred and nine point six proof will be available in limited quantities with suggested retail price of one hundred and forty dollars man. I love that low. Rah rah from willett. It's probably one of my favorite. Dissolute do is and i will say the one thing i'm curious about is i've only had a handful of a deer cast finishes and i have not been fans of them so we'll see if this one makes me a little more fan all right. Let's do all right on. The nose actually sounds pretty good. Yeah it's kinda deep blackberry dartford kinda like a ri- finishing a wine barrel. Yeah yeah ton of dark. It's really on the smell. Like a like phil like knows in a cab or zinfandel or something. Like a nice ferdie. Yeah i'd really old one. I i'm kind of with you on that one. All right so on the taste. Different flavor at rice spices. Really there. yeah you get a lot of common ri- notes. I get the spearmint. The not dill pickle kind of deal in there. But there's like a cream even illness to it and a little bit hint of that like wine. Flavors freeness sugary kinda notes. But it's not overpowering. That like on the nose. I thought after smelling it. I thought we'd be much more influenced by that i agree. I think there's just a little bit of the madeira cask influence and usually when i said earlier i didn't prefer madera. It's because i've had some that. Almost a bitter yeah. This isn't very bitter at all. Yeah they didn't leave it into long as the the rise deadly held an intact with us. Yeah and honestly it's like when you say it's a rye whiskey finish dear you tastes and you're like okay. There's the ri- there's the wine it almost like comes in order on your palate. When has really weird. It's it's not like it's all blended together. It's like a gop stoppard and going through layers. That's a concetta bear muscle all right. Let's go ahead and read it so on the knows where yet thumbs up. I like the nose. Yes good and the taste thumbs up. I liked it. I liked it. Okay we'll go with that and on the finish sideways. I wanted a little bit more spice a little bit more something. It kind of falls flat for me on the finish. But there's some great if you like raw whiskey you're gonna love this. The maderas like barely. They're not live whisky. So it's it's just a really good rye whiskey to me i can. I can concur with that one. I'll go. I'll go team ryan here. Great so that's a review on this one with blackened and willett as part of their masters of whiskey series cheers. Everybody we'll see next time..

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"willett" Discussed on Impact Pricing

Impact Pricing

01:44 min | 9 months ago

"willett" Discussed on Impact Pricing

"Welcome to the impact pricing mean. Kasr i take one of our daily memes and brought a little bit more insight behind the words. It's true we expect. We need to know how it is that our buyers are making decisions in particular. How is it that they use price in that decision process. Certainly there are irrational behavioral economics type issues and we want to understand those but what we truly need to understand as a company. The thing we don't understand is value. What are the decisions are buyers are making in terms of. Is it worth it. Am i getting enough value for the money that i'm paying and in particular the two decisions that seem to drive this. The most first decision is will i will. I buy something in the product category and there were asking ourselves. Is the price low enough that when the customer solves the problem. They're happy paying that price to solve the overall problem. The second decision they make is which one which product will i by which competitive alternative willett by in this case. We need to make sure that our price relative to the quality and capabilities of our products is attractive to our buyers relative to our competitors quality capabilities and price. We need to understand. What are those decisions are buyers or making. How do they use price in making those decisions so that we can do a much better job at pricing our product and by the wake creating in communicating about our product as. Well we hope you enjoyed this mean cast..

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"willett" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

03:27 min | 10 months ago

"willett" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"Tune it is catchy as fuck. I wonder if i can get sarah on the show you have on the show. Look i've had weird things happen. I've reached. I remember when blair's confers broke. I had her on as a guest of at sunny lead. I i've had some of the rain into her duet. We'll do together. I'll do it. That's the internet stars on this program before she gets too big. I'm gonna reach out before the world comes crashing down on her too Sarah brands. I only have the one question. What the faulk. Just the rest of the time. Please please explain all right. Lilith won't will or will not bode. Well if won't will it or will will it all right as always three times. Speed is of the essence right. Hold on. I gotta fix something here all right all right all right. I'm ready here. Lilith one willett or will willett lilith one willett or will will will with one willett or will live with willard boom. Okay i mean okay. It'll murky there in the middle. How dare he was okay. Fuck that. I'm i'm coming back. I'm gonna do it again. Not going to besmirch it. It was a little money. I'll i'll do it again. I'll clean it up for him. Lilith one willett or will lilith willett. Louis did this on purpose just to get into it. Six times ask lilith won't will it or will willett luton go lilith one will or will it will. It will go in every time toy book toy book toy box live willett or will lilith willett lilith one willett or will lilith willett lilith one will or will will all right l. That one all right all right smarty pants get some water right lilith. What will it a will. You can't take that one. I was going to take that. I know you were. And i won't allow it lewis willett or will lilith willett lilith willow as it won't will it a will. Wow yeah that will that one time. Oh you didn't. Wow you're the you're the king of this one today you have one twister to turn respect my adult day Is indeed right. Let's turn our attention now to the beloved members of the army will love it when you reach out with so many ways you can do it. Why don't you write us an email. Ralph ralph report dot com eddie at that same email address or steve. If you wanna reach him you can also find us on social media or you can do it. A lot of folks choose to do which is leave a voicemail message on the row report hotline twenty four hours a day seven days a week. It's available to you. Leave your thoughts. Your feelings your.

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Syrians Vote in Election Certain to Give Assad New Mandate

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Syrians Vote in Election Certain to Give Assad New Mandate

"Syrians have voted in a presidential election almost certain to give the incumbent bashar al assad of forty seven year term. He's ruled the country since the death of his father in two thousand in the last election held in two thousand and fourteen had secured almost eighty nine percent of the vote with turnout at more than seventy three percent. This election is likely to deliver a similar result willett. The result is dependent on the country's two biggest allies russia and iran. Dr laura james is a middle east analyst at the global advisory firm oxford analytica and. She joins me now north. Thanks for coming on. Do we have the results yet. No they're not do until friday evening I think we can make a fair guess at them. Though to be honest. I mean is there any chance that russia could perhaps derail the selection. That's no indication that they want to at the moment There's always a question. Mark over how long russia will see asset is an asset rather than a liability. But i think generally the assumption is that keeping him in place keep things relatively stable that trying to bring somebody else in certainly. It isn't a to be played to soon. Possibly at some point they could bring in somebody similar as part of a deal for western reconstruction aid. But we're very very far from that point. In iran influence iran is also supporting asset again as a source of stability and as a gateway into the country. Pro-iranian militias are playing a very important role there and iran is looking for a reconstruction con contracts and most of all a routine into lebanon where it supports the hezbollah movement so again for a run asset is an important asset.

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"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"No i was just like figure out what's going on with the bird. There's a study that says that that people like subconsciously value by the sound bird. Sings so much that it's almost the same money Like in yeah like your happiness is tied to the sound of nature when we think about nature. It's it's bird sounds. Oh that's so. That's so wild has damaged in fact on people's happiness if you can have sounds of birds singing in your everyday life it's amount to about two hundred dollars a month really how there's a price tag on it. Two hundred dollars of birds chirps. When i used to work at a really difficult job. That was like a computer desk job. I would play a sounds of birds in the rainforest on people were like that makes me wanna pee because it was like it was birds chirping an rain. Like turn that off This fetish well. Don't we all kate In terms of advice for people who are listening to have better. Relationships. i mean. you have a lot of insights you know and certainly Dirtbag anthropology is chock full of them. What what what would you like behavior. Would you like to see. People have with each other especially heterosexual. People this is advice. That i definitely have trouble taking myself from the. I'm but i will say that. I think you know you gotta start with a baseline of two people who are kind and care about communicating with each other lake. Even if there's not nobody perfect at that some people definitely at the advantage of having a great childhood but you wanna be like both people want to be aiming direction of like having something that feels like healthy functional communicative and people. I've honestly like couple of the water dogs because sometimes people who are a looming mean are kind of steep. But i would say like in terms of relationship advice. You have to start with like you. Gotta you gotta start with like you know could could ingredients if you're gonna cook up something that will be good at to make really dumb metaphor but then beyond that like you know. I think it's like what you were saying earlier. Which is like a butcher your quote but like basically if somebody does it value you and they reject you like doing your favor like the person hasta value. You like if somebody does it value you if somebody doesn't appreciate you. There's nothing you can do that. It's gonna make them change their mind like ecologist cairo losses move on. You'll never convince anybody to love. You believe people if they say that they're not into it. You know. I learned this from one of our early guests. She said one time. Man's rejection is god's protection and data. It was like something that really stuck with me. Because it's of course she was talking about the the idea of when someone says not you. It can hurt a lot but it opens up a lot of relationships and opportunities in the future for good things. Come into your life and a lot of like terrible people. Say that they're nice guys I'm a nice guy. Why can't i have a good man or woman in my life. And i'm just like who determined you. Were a nice guy. Yeah it's like a nickname you can't in you can't give yourself the title to be given to you and people who say they're nice guys are the worst people and it's like you know a lot of the time they mean that they're trying to endorsing all indulge right strings attached right like that. It's like a thing where like. Yeah that'd be nice but it's because of some secret expectation and when you aren't secret mutation is not met i will not be is the one that scares me on the dating profiles the most is. I don't know if this happens. Is the hetero world but in the gate ones is people who describe themselves as sane and sword it. I know that can't be true. Warlike no drama. You know it's like if you've had enough drama in your relationships that you need to put no drama on your tender profile. You're the one causing the drama. Faster co told me something a while ago. Because i described something drama. He's you know it's not very Nicer empathetic to describe. Somebody's feelings as drama because drama. You know is false. And he's like you know these are theater it's theater these are people's feelings. You know your feelings matter but at the same time it's like i may not be the person who is best capable or equipped to handle your feeling. Yeah and this is the one thing of observed especially in western culture. They proceed through life as if everybody is a customer service representative for them. And they're always. I want to speak to the manager. Why you won't have sex with me. And you're like i can't i. What are the manager of sex. I want to be manager of sex. I was like i'm sorry we can't do that for you. Have a nice day. Yeah so so kate. The world is opening up. Are you doing stand up in front of live audiences right now or is that yet to come. What's happening without doing the outdoor shows right now. i do well. It's been pretty nice. But i am doing doing outdoor shows and i definitely a tour dates booked this summer which like fingers crossed. It seemed like most people are gonna be fully vaccinated by then. So let's see. But i'm i'm definitely expecting to be doing a lot of stand up in the back after this year. Which will be amazing. I hope to see it when you come to chicago because you actually lived in chicago for a little while i love chicago. it is so much fun. My favorite places city stand up you were and what here is when you were here. It was experiments experimental theater. Yeah i was just the paul a graduate like your degree there now year of mfa program. It's appalling i i left slash kicked out currently one of those. You can't fire me. i quit situations too bad. The only go back into conflict with them. Well it wasn't really a cone flakes. It was more like it was just kind of an ongoing culture clash like a my class was like very roehi. It was like all of these guys that really like sports ally and like just guys like sports. ab though is the weirdest thing about it. Because i was like i didn't. I didn't go get like a master's degree in theater because they wanted to hang out with pros. Like what and. I think what was going on in. At least a couple of those instances that those people were closet gay. I think there was a couple people and the closet gay people. There were some women that were alcoholics. It was like eight of the caddy as people that i've ever been in my life. Let's say like seven because one of them was really nice. Two of them are really nice. Break down the foundries between performer audience. Yeah it was.

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"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"How's that going. Oh yeah no. I was just like figure out what's going on with the bird. There's a study that says that that people like subconsciously value by the sound bird. Sings so much that it's almost the same money Like in transit. Yeah like your happiness is tied to the sound of nature when we think about nature. It's it's bird sounds. Oh that's so. That's so wild has damaged in fact on people's happiness if you can have sounds of birds singing in your everyday life it's amount to about two hundred dollars a month really how there's a price tag on it. Two hundred dollars of birds chirps. When i used to work at a really difficult job. That was like a computer desk job. I would play a sounds of birds in the rainforest on and it's like people were like that makes me wanna pee because it was like it was birds chirping an rain. Like turn that off this fetish. Yeah well don't we all kate In terms of advice for people who are listening to have better relationships i mean. You have a lot of insights and certainly Dirtbag anthropology is chock full of them. What what what would you like behavior. Would you like to see. People have with each other especially heterosexual. People this is advice. That i definitely have trouble taking myself from the. I'm but i will say that. I think you know you gotta start with a baseline of two people who are kind and care about communicating with each other lake. Even if there's not nobody perfect at that some people definitely at the advantage of having a great childhood but you wanna be like both people want to be aiming direction of like having something that feels like healthy functional communicative and people. I've honestly like know couple of the water dogs because sometimes people who are a looming mean are kind of steep. But i would say like in terms of relationship advice. You have to start with like you. Gotta you gotta start with like you could could ingredients if you're gonna cook up something that will be good at to make really dumb metaphor but then beyond that like you know. I think it's like what you were saying earlier. Which is like a butcher your quote but like basically if somebody does it value you and they reject you like doing your favor like the person hasta value. You like if somebody does it value you if somebody doesn't appreciate you. There's nothing you can do that. It's going to make them change your mind like ecologist cairo losses move on. You'll never convince anybody to love. You believe people if they say that they're not into it. You know. I learned this from one of our early guests. She said one time. Man's rejection is god's protection and data. It was like something that really stuck with me. Because it's of course she was talking about the the idea of when someone says no you. It can hurt a lot but it opens up a lot of relationships and opportunities in the future for good things. Come into your life and a lot of like terrible people. Say that they're nice guys I'm a nice guy. Why can't i have a good man or woman in my life. And i'm just like who determined you. Were a nice guy. Yeah it's like a nickname you can't in you can't give yourself the title be given to you and people who say they're nice guys are the worst people and it's like you know a lot of the time they mean that they're trying to endorsing all indulge right strings attached right like that. It's like a thing where like. Yeah that'd be nice but it's because of some secret expectation and when you aren't secret mutation is not met i will not be is the one that scares me on the dating profiles the most is. I don't know if this happens. Is the hetero world but in the gave ones is people who describe themselves as sane and sword it. I know that can't be true. Warlike no drama. You know it's like if you've had enough drama in your relationships that you need to put no drama on your tender profile. You're the one causing the drama. Faster co told me something a while ago. Because i described something drama. He's you know it's not very Nicer empathetic to describe. Somebody's feelings as drama because drama. You know is false. And he's like you know these are theater it's theater these are people's feelings. You know your feelings matter but at the same time it's like i may not be the person who is best capable or equipped to handle your feeling. Yeah and this is one thing of observed especially in western culture. They proceed through life as if everybody is a customer service representative for them. And they're always. I want to speak to the manager. Why you won't have sex with me. And you're like i can't i. What are the manager of sex. I want to be manager of sex. I was like i'm sorry we can't do that for you. Have a nice day. Yeah so so kate. The world is opening up. Are you doing stand up in front of live audiences right now or is that yet to come. What's happening without doing the outdoor shows right. Now i do well. It's been pretty nice. But i am doing doing outdoor shows and i definitely a tour dates booked this summer which like fingers crossed. It seemed like most people are gonna be fully vaccinated by then. So let's see. But i'm i'm definitely expecting to be doing a lot of stand up in the back after this year. Which will be amazing. I hope to see it when you come to chicago because you actually lived in chicago for a little while i love chicago. it is so much fun. Sorta make favorite places city. Stand up. you were here is when you were here. It was experiments experimental theater. Yeah i was just the paul a graduate like your degree there now year of mfa program. It's appalling i i left slash kicked out currently one of those. You can't fire me. i quit situations too bad. The only go back into conflict with them. Well it wasn't really a cone flakes. It was more like it was just kind of an ongoing culture clash like a my class was like very roehi. It was like all of these guys that really like sports ally and like just guys like sports. ab though is the weirdest thing about it. Because i was like i didn't. I didn't go get like a master's degree in theater because they wanted to hang out with pros. Like what and. I think what was going on in. At least a couple of those instances that those people were closet gay. I think there was a couple people and the closet gay people. There were some women that were alcoholics. It was like eight of the caddy as people that i've ever been in my life. Let's say like seven because one of them was really nice. Two of them are really nice. Break down the boundaries between performer audience. Yeah it was.

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"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"With all the challenges we faced in recent years. It feels like we've all grown closer together yet sometimes. It also feels like we're a million miles. Apart like paula abdul. We take two steps forward two steps back. So how we come together when opposites attract. When comedian kate will it suddenly found herself wanting to date man again after getting divorced from a woman she wondered about what kind of place she could hold in our life for men and not let it get too weird and her new audiobook dirtbag anthropology kate will. It tastes us on an intense roller coaster ride into the world of man the series features hilarious and insightful conversations with comedians and experts. And even cates own father. Today kate willett joins us take a look at man man man. Listen as we chat with kate about modern masculinity and how. That nice guy doesn't always end up being sal not plus. Let's larry's animal news bart zombie who became internet famous in two thousand fifteen per surviving. Being buried alive is doing amazing today. Folks are smuggling songbirds from africa to compete in american idol bird singing competitions and prancer the mean little chihuahua that's a vessel for hunted. Victorian child finds love and a new home. I'm fausto for no. I'm mark billion and this is feast of fun. This is kate. Hi is this kate willett. Hi this is fausto and mark from feces of fun. It's a pleasure to talk high. Of course what. Are you wearing paisley dress on which is very cute. It's yeah i've been. I've been rocking the paisley as louis. Yeah paisley originates from persia right. I don't know where it comes from. I gotta clean but maybe came into the whole guru the beatles all that kind of stuff. Yeah i was admiring your outfit on. Stephen colbert where you made your tv debut appearance right before the pandemic struck right before the pandemic guide and i was so excited about that dress. This dress is going to sky rocket me own my dreams coming true and then instead there was coronal. Irs imagine who must have been a really exciting opportunity. Go on a major television program and the question ably that all comedians ask themselves. What am i gonna look like. What am i gonna wear. I wanted to wear red because the blue backgrounds for that show. I like looked at other sets that people had on different outfits and to me the color that most popped with the blue was read the other billions that had really In plays red is one of my favorite colors addresses. The i really had like a pretty kind of specific idea of what. I want it to to wear like i to wear something that had like a little bit of a kind of a slightly hippie vibe but in like a that's my vibe i had to be like sort of formal late night and so i just i searched around so i found something and i was like yes this dress and then i ordered it had to get it altered and stuff because think they only had it in like a size too big for me so i had to go go to the ultra recently and yeah but i i have done this thing where i have to call people and be like what should i wear. What should i wear. But for that one i was like no. I know what i should wear for this. We're awesomeness here. We also appreciate a good pair of high heel shoes. And i was like like was it. Dominique jackson was like look at shoes. Shoes baby shoes baby lists every time she's photographs. They're always you know. Show girls always wanna show the suit and i was. This is my number. One thing to everyb- advice everybody. If you're going to be on tv learned from the girls from rupaul's drag race dress up honey it's show business and you look so good and your legs look fierce in those pumps and your hair was gorgeous and your makeup was on point and i was like. She's a star Yeah it was so much fun in this past year. You've been putting together an audio book that examines the relationships to men for a while. You had disavowed men for life being in a relationship with a woman. Yeah i mean it was the thing where like i just kind of so ina relationship with the woman that i knew from high school and we started dating when i was like eighteen and dated and got married were legally rustic partners so i was like twenty five and i think during a lot of that time i was living in the bay area in berkeley. I was like oh. I don't like straight guys. I can't just basically never hang out with up to be part of my reality. Because i'm not like romantically affiliated. I don't necessarily be friends with them. So you know my life is pretty much like women and people well and we all wanna sort of like surround ourselves with people who appreciate and understand us and lower the friction of everyday life like mark and i have been working on starting a new podcast. That explores fitness and bodybuilding for gay men and lgbtq people. And i'm just like noticing. I don't even have a word for it. I guess bro culture whereas like it's it's like you guys could beef so much more fun to be around a crack a joke every now totally you know and in part of it is like i am noticing. This from listening to your work is that there is this kind of heightened tension between heterosexual relationships which lgbtq people can have to And where people are like wanting to be very courteous and but also are concerned about holding themselves accountable and kate in terms of like your adventures in sort of like at the relationships with with men. What is it like the first thing that you kind of this journey back into talking to your father and two other men about men in general Can you repeat the last part of the question. Let's talk about men..

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"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"With all the challenges we faced in recent years. It feels like we've all grown closer together yet sometimes. It also feels like we're a million miles. Apart like paula abdul sang once. We take two steps forward two steps back. So how we come together when opposites attract. When comedian kate will it suddenly found herself wanting to date man again after getting divorced from a woman she wondered about what kind of place she could hold in our life for men and not let it get too weird and her new audiobook dirtbag anthropology kate will. It tastes us on an intense roller coaster ride into the world of man the series features hilarious and insightful conversations with comedians and experts. And even cates own father. Today kate willett joins us take a look at man man man. Listen as we chat with kate about modern masculinity and how. That nice guy doesn't always end up being sal not plus. Let's larry's animal news bart zombie who became internet famous in two thousand fifteen per surviving. Being buried alive is doing amazing today. Folks are smuggling songbirds from africa to compete in american idol bird singing competitions and prancer the mean little chihuahua that's a vessel for hunted. Victorian child finds love and a new home. I'm fausto for no. I'm mark billion and this is feast of fun. This is kate. Hi is this kate willett. Hey this is fausto and mark from feces of fun. It's a pleasure to talk high. Of course what. Are you wearing paisley dress on which is very cute. It's yeah i've been. I've been rocking the paisley xlii. Yeah paisley originates from persia right. I don't know where it comes from. I gotta clean but maybe came into the whole guru the beatles. That kind of stuff yeah. I was admiring your outfit on stephen. Colbert where you made your tv debut appearance right before the pandemic struck right before the pandemic and i was so excited about that dress. This dress is going to sky rocket me own my dreams coming true and then instead there was coronal. Irs imagine who must have been a really exciting opportunity. Go on a major television program and the question ably that all comedians ask themselves. What am i gonna look like. What am i gonna wear. I wanted to wear red because the blue backgrounds for that show. I like looked at other sets that people had on different outfits and to me the color that most popped with the blue was read the other billions that had really In plus red is one of my favorite colors addresses. The i really had like a pretty kind of specific idea of what. I want it to to wear like i to wear something that had like a little bit of a kind of a slightly hippie vibe but in like a that's my vibe i had to be like sort of formal late night and so i just i searched around so i found something and i was like yes this dress and then i ordered it had to get it altered and stuff because think they only had it in like a size too big for me so i had to go go to the ultra recently and yeah but i i have done this thing where i have to call people and be like what should i wear. What should i wear. But for that one i was like no. I know what i should wear for this. We're awesomeness here. We also appreciate a good pair of high heel shoes. And i was like like was it. Dominique jackson was like look at shoes. Shoes baby shoes baby lists every time she's photographs. They're always you know. Show girls always wanna show the suit and i was. This is my number. One thing to everyb- advice everybody. If you're going to be on tv learned from the girls from rupaul's drag race dress up honey it's show business and you look so good and your legs look fierce in those pumps and your hair was gorgeous and your makeup was on point and i was like. She's a star Yeah it was so much fun in this past year. You've been putting together an audio book that examines the relationships to men for a while. You had disavowed men for life being in a relationship with a woman. Yeah i mean it was the thing where like i just kind of so ina relationship with the woman that i knew from high school and we started dating when i was like eighteen and dated and got married were legally sick partners so i was like twenty five and i think during a lot of that time i was living in the bay area in berkeley. I was like oh. I don't like straight guys. I can't just basically never hang out with up to be part of my reality. Because i'm not like romantically affiliated. I don't necessarily be friends with them. So you know my life is pretty much like women and people well and we all wanna sort of like surround ourselves with people who appreciate and understand us and lower the friction of everyday life like mark and i have been working on starting a new podcast. That explores fitness and bodybuilding for gay men and lgbtq people. And i'm just like noticing. I don't even have a word for it. I guess bro culture whereas like it's it's like you guys could beef so much more fun to be around a crack a joke every now totally you know and in part of it is like i am noticing. This from listening to your work is that there is this kind of heightened tension between heterosexual relationships which lgbtq people can have to And where people are like wanting to be very courteous and but also are concerned about holding themselves accountable and kate in terms of like your adventures and sort of looking at the relationships with with men. What is it like the first thing that you kind of learned about this journey back into talking to your father and two other men about men in general Can you repeat the last part of the question. Let's talk about men..

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Feast of Fun

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"With all the challenges we faced in recent years. It feels like we've all grown closer together yet sometimes. It also feels like we're a million miles. Apart like paula abdul sang once. We take two steps forward two steps back. So how we come together when opposites attract. When comedian kate will it suddenly found herself wanting to date man again after getting divorced from a woman she wondered about what kind of place she could hold in our life for men and not let it get too weird and her new audiobook dirtbag anthropology kate will. It tastes us on an intense roller coaster ride into the world of man the series features hilarious and insightful conversations with comedians and experts. And even cates own father. Today kate willett joins us take a look at man man man. Listen as we chat with kate about modern masculinity and how. That nice guy doesn't always end up being sal not plus. Let's larry's animal news bart zombie who became internet famous in two thousand fifteen per surviving. Being buried alive is doing amazing today. Folks are smuggling songbirds from africa to compete in american idol bird singing competitions and prancer the mean little chihuahua that's a vessel for hunted. Victorian child finds love and a new home. I'm fausto for no. I'm mark billion and this is feast of fun. This is kate. Kate willett hi. This is fausto and mark from feces of fun. it's a pleasure to talk high. Of course what. Are you wearing paisley dress on which is very cute. It's yeah i've been. I've been rocking the paisley ashley. Yeah paisley originates from persia right. I don't know where it comes from. I gotta clean but maybe came into the whole guru the beatles. That kind of stuff yeah. I was admiring your outfit on stephen. Colbert where you made your tv debut appearance right before the pandemic struck right before the pandemic and i was so excited about that dress. This dress is going to sky rocket me own my dreams coming true and then instead there was coronal. Irs magic must have been a really exciting opportunity. Go on a major television program and the question ably that all comedians ask themselves. What am i gonna look like. What am i gonna wear. I wanted to wear red because the blue backgrounds for that show. I like looked at other sets that people had on different outfits and to me the color that most popped with the blue was read the other billions that had really In place red is one of my favorite colors addresses. The i really had like a pretty kind of specific idea of what. I want it to to wear like i to wear something that had like a little bit of a kind of a slightly hippie vibe but in like a that's my vibe i had to be like sort of formal late night and so i just i searched around so i found something and i was like yes this dress and then i ordered it had to get it altered and stuff because think they only had it in like a size too big for me so i had to go go to the ultra recently and yeah but i i have done this thing where i have to call people and be like what should i wear. What should i wear. But for that one i was like no. I know what i should wear for this. We're awesomeness here. We also appreciate a good pair of high heel shoes. And i was like like was it. Dominique jackson was like look at shoes. Shoes baby shoes baby lists every time she's photographs. They're always you know. Show girls always wanna show the suit and i was. This is my number. One thing to everyb- advice everybody. If you're going to be on tv learned from the girls from rupaul's drag race dress up honey it's show business and you look so good and your legs look fierce in those pumps and your hair was gorgeous and your makeup was on point and i was like. She's a star on. Yeah it was so much fun in this past year. You've been putting together an audio book that examines the relationships to men for a while. You had disavowed men for life being in a relationship with a woman. Yeah i mean it was the thing where like i just kind of so ina relationship with the woman that i knew from high school and we started dating when i was like eighteen and dated and got married were legally rustic partners so i was like twenty five and i think during a lot of that time i was living in the bay area in berkeley. I was like oh. I don't like straight guys. I can't just basically never hang out with up to be part of my reality. Because i'm not like romantically affiliated. I don't necessarily be friends with them. So you know my life is pretty much like women and people well and we all wanna sort of like surround ourselves with people who appreciate and understand us and lower the friction of everyday life like mark and i have been working on starting a new podcast. That explores fitness and bodybuilding for gay men and lgbtq people. And i'm just like noticing. I don't even have a word for it. I guess bro culture whereas like it's like you guys could beef so much more fun to be around a crack a joke every now totally you know and in part of it is like i am noticing. This from listening to your work is that there is this kind of heightened tension between heterosexual relationships which lgbtq people can have to And where people are like wanting to be very courteous and but also are concerned about holding themselves accountable and kate in terms of like your adventures and sort of looking at the relationships with with men. What is it like the first thing that you kind of learned about this journey back into talking to your father and two other men about men in general Can you repeat the last part of the question. Let's talk about men..

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Feast of Fun

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"With all the challenges we faced in recent years. It feels like we've all grown closer together yet sometimes. It also feels like we're a million miles. Apart like paula abdul sang once. We take two steps forward two steps back. So how we come together when opposites attract. When comedian kate will it suddenly found herself wanting to date man again after getting divorced from a woman she wondered about what kind of place she could hold in our life for men and not let it get too weird and her new audiobook dirtbag anthropology kate will. It tastes us on an intense roller coaster ride into the world of man the series features hilarious and insightful conversations with comedians and experts. And even cates own father. Today kate willett joins us take a look at man man man. Listen as we chat with kate about modern masculinity and how. That nice guy doesn't always end up being sal not plus. Let's larry's animal news bart zombie who became internet famous in two thousand fifteen per surviving. Being buried alive is doing amazing today. Folks are smuggling songbirds from africa to compete in american idol bird singing competitions and prancer the mean little chihuahua that's a vessel for hunted. Victorian child finds love and a new home. I'm fausto for no. I'm mark billion and this is feast of fun. This is kate. Hi this kate willett. Hi this is fausto. Mark from feces of fun. It's a pleasure to talk high. Of course what. Are you wearing a paisley dress on which is very cute. It's yeah i've been. I've been rocking. The paisley xlii paisley originates from persia right. I don't know where it comes from. I gotta clean but maybe came into the whole guru the beatles all that kind of stuff. Yeah i was admiring your outfit on. Stephen colbert where you made your tv debut appearance right before the pandemic struck right before the pandemic and i was so excited about that dress. This dress is going to sky rocket me own my dreams coming true and then instead there was the coronal. Irs imagine who must have been a really exciting opportunity. Go on a major television program and the question ably that all comedians ask themselves. What am i gonna look like. What am i gonna wear. I wanted to wear red because the blue backgrounds for that show. I like looked at other sets that people had on different outfits and to me the color that most popped with the blue was read the other billions that had really Please read is one of my favorite colors addresses. The i really had like a pretty kind of specific idea of what. I want it to to wear like i to wear something that had like a little bit of a kind of a slightly hippie vibe but in like a. That's my vibe. I had to be like sort of formal late night. And so i just. I searched around so i found something and i was like yes this dress and then i ordered it had to get it altered and stuff because i think they only had it in like size too big for me so i had to go go to the ultra recently and yeah but i. I have done the thing where i have to call people and be like what should i wear. What should i wear but for that one. I was like no. I know what i should wear for this. We're awesomeness here. We also appreciate a good pair of high heel shoes. And i was like like was it. Dominique jackson was like look at shoes. Shoes baby shoes baby lists every time she's photographs. They're always you know. Show girls always wanna show the suit and i was. This is my number. One thing to everyb- advice everybody. If you're going to be on tv learned from the girls from rupaul's drag race dress up honey it's show business and you look so good and your legs look fierce in those pumps and your hair was gorgeous and your makeup was on point and i was like. She's a star Yeah it was so much fun in this past year. You've been putting together an audio book that examines the relationships to men for a while. You had disavowed men for life being in a relationship with a woman. Yeah i mean it was the thing where like i just kind of so ina relationship with the woman that i knew from high school and we started dating when i was like eighteen and dated and got married were legally rustic partners so i was like twenty five and i think during a lot of that time i was living in the bay area in berkeley. I was like oh. I don't like straight guys. I can't just basically never hang out with up to be part of my reality. Because i'm not like romantically affiliated. I don't necessarily be friends with them. So you know my life is pretty much like women and people well and we all wanna sort of like surround ourselves with people who appreciate and understand us and lower the friction of everyday life like mark and i have been working on starting a new podcast. That explores fitness and bodybuilding for gay men and lgbtq people. And i'm just like noticing. I don't even have a word for it. I guess bro culture whereas like it's it's like you guys could beef so much more fun to be around a crack a joke every now totally you know and in part of it is like i am noticing. This from listening to your work is that there is this kind of heightened tension between heterosexual relationships which lgbtq people can have to And where people are like wanting to be very courteous and but also are concerned about holding themselves accountable and kate in terms of like your adventures and sort of looking at the relationships with with men. What is it like the first thing that you kind of learned about this journey back into talking to your father and two other men about men in general Can you repeat the last part of the question. Let's talk about men..

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Feast of Fun

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Are experimental theater. Yeah. Oh yeah. I was, I went to DePaul. Okay. And graduate. Like, you're holding agree there. I went to a year of MFA program. It's a holiday. I left slash guy kicked out. Definitely one of those. You can't fire me. I quit situations just a bad. Bad. Got you into conflict with them. It wasn't really a conflict. It was just more, like, it was just kind of an ongoing like culture-clash, like my class was like, very Broening. It was like all of them guys that really like sports a lot and like just, you know, actual theater guys like sports. Yeah. I mean, that was the weirdest thing about it because I was like, I didn't, I didn't wage. Go get like a master's degree in theater because I wanted to hang out with rose, like, what the heck. And I think what was going on in at least a couple of those instances that those people were closeted gay. I think there was a couple a people and so the closet gay people, there were some women that were alcoholics. It was like eight of the caddy has people that have ever in my life actually go say like 7 because one of them was really nice. Two of them are really nice. It was not a break down, the boundaries between performer and audience. Yeah it was really wrong like I can't do much I'm so glad that. I I like swimming in Chicago but I'm so glad that I didn't continue with that program because Oh man, there's nothing better than leaving a situation that you're not supposed to be able to the end of this podcast. So I hope you enjoy your time with us. It was so much fun. I love talking to you guys. Thank you so much. Come back any time. Thank you very much and you know, best of luck with your audio book, which is available on audible.com. Free actually is it for free. You don't have to pay out any money honey. Yeah, you can get ya know it is, it's not apple plus so the audible subscription. Yeah, so so if you're in there you can listen and enjoy it and it's, it's pretty good. It's great. It's great. It's wonderful. We appreciate it. This is a class, of course, of course. Thank you for coming on, and we'll see you in the future. Take care. Bye-bye off. Kate Willett lives in San Francisco, Brooklyn! Oh, okay. Well, it lives in Brooklyn. New York. Check out Dirtbag anthropology on Audible or whether fine audio books, but it's it's an audible exclusive. So you can't find anywhere but audible, okay. So yeah, listen, there will have the link in the show notes so you can click on it and you can dived in deep to the world of men. Men, men, men, men men, Isle of Man, it was glorious, glorious Morgan Fairchild. It was the actress who played, I Dream of Jeannie Barbara Barbara and they were like in doing this. Weird little musical number where they're all like looking for the Oscars or something. No it was made for it was for the Emmys. I put their enemies a New Jersey. All talking about men and men and glorious was like she got like sexual fantasies about Woody Allen yikes and Barbara Eden and Brooke Shields. She's fantasizing about Michael Jackson. And so it was, it was a list of of Ideal men in Hollywood, John Travolta. She was fantasizing about what didn't the age too? Well, I guess not cuz you know, a couple of those guys have been accused of some of you know, a lot of terrible things. Oh yeah. Did you ever as a child fall in love with a kid in school? And so you discover that was a wrong thing to do when I was in first grade, the girls were chasing me and this kid and in the playground, you know, and I remember we kind of got away from them and we were hugging and we're kind of like whatever cuz we'd gotten away from the girls and I remember kissing him and I don't think it was like on the cheek or something like that. And I feel like maybe there was some kind of like wage Big deal made out of that and maybe I may have said something at home about that and the next year I was they put me into Catholic School. Wow. Yeah. So they're like, well, if she likes boys, wait till he meets, father, the previous I have to say no priest bothered me until I got into high school but and then, you know, and then I had another neighbor. His name was Joe Allen. Walters if you're out there anywhere. Oh, no. Don't have a question. Yeah, you know, I had a crush on him and we were good friends and then he moved and, you know, I never thought I'd see him again and then he came back like a couple of months later cuz I think his parents had to come back to the house for something like that came with the door. And it was just, we didn't get to spend much time with him, but I just remembered how my heart. Just like, you know, just filled with like, oh, you know, so long I often wonder, like, where is Alan. Now, you know, he was a cute little kid. So I assumed, you know, grew up to be a very handsome man. Well, you know, I grew up in Puerto Rico, in the 1980s. And at that time. There were families from authors On the world moving to the island because their businesses were relocating families there. Yeah. So have you could have access to the American economy? Well you know, and it was a tax Haven as well off. And so I was friends with kids from all around the world and one kid that I had a really close friendship was named. Benji like the dog and I ran into him in the grocery store one day and I ran up to him. I was so happy to see him. I gave him a big hug and a kiss on the cheek and Benji panicked. He said, Mom faster trying to kiss me And how was like, and I ran away and I thought, you know, and our friendship was never the same and then I think it was like in third grade or fourth grade. I got a pen pal letter from Benji and he's like, remember me, here's a photo of myself. Would you like to be pen pals? I'm like, no, you broke my heart. Oh, where is Benji, where is Benji. Now, it's G, the two of us. Need look no more. I would have my folks that we can't do this podcast without your support, So if you're not a plus member yet sign up at Feast of fun. Plus gives you a joint relation to the show is what makes the show happen. We wouldn't be able to talk to a fantastic people like Kate, if it weren't for you, Savor each and every mouth-watering morsel, if it's just fun, completely without ads, face the phone., plus, we're on patreon honey. Give us some money. Honey, give us a tip, then Mount Feast fun. Yeah yeah. Or the whole nine inches slip into age. The faster for us on Instagram market value and we love chatting with you guys and we love having Kate Willett again the book. It's an audiobook. It is not a book. I don't think there's a hard copy of them. I think was produced as an audio book because you know, audible does audiobooks. And you know imagine that if it's you might be able to report it into a transcription machine and then you can just read it and Thursdays, Dirtbag anthropology available. Only as an audible exclusive. Look at the links, anfisa fun in the notes scroll down. If you're listening on your podcast player, the link is there as well. Thanks for watching everybody. By-y..

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Feast of Fun

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"In chicago for a little while i love chicago. It is so much fun of my favorite places city. Stand up you were here is when you were here. It was experiments experimental theater. Yeah i was just the paul a graduate like your degree there now year of mfa program. It's appalling i i left slash kicked out currently one of those. You can't fire me. i quit situations too bad. The only go back into conflict with them. Well it wasn't really a cone flakes. It was more like it was just kind of an ongoing culture clash like a my class was like very roehi. It was like all of these guys that really like sports ally and like just guys like sports. ab though is the weirdest thing about it. Because i was like i didn't. I didn't go get like a master's degree in theater because they wanted to hang out with pros. Like what and. I think what was going on in. At least a couple of those instances that those people were closet gay. I think there was a couple people and the closet gay people. There were some women that were alcoholics. It was like eight of the caddy as people that i've ever met in my life. Actually let's say like seven because one of them was really nice. Two of them are really nice. Break down the foundries between performer audience. Yeah it was so hard that i liked on. But i'm so glad that i didn't continue with that program because oh man. There's nothing better than leaving a situation that you're not supposed to be the end of this podcast so i hope you enjoyed your time with us. He was so much fun. I love talking to you so much anytime. Thank you very much. you know. Best of luck with your audio book which is available on audible dot com free. Actually use it for free. You don't have to pay out any. Yeah you can get it. Yeah no it is. It's so so so if you're in there you can listen to enjoy it and it's it's pretty good. It's great it's great. It's wonderful you appreciate Of course of course thank you for coming on. We'll see when the will take a bye-bye. Kate will lives in san francisco. She lives in brooklyn. Oh kate willett lives in brooklyn checkout dirtbag anthropology on audible or define audiobooks are found. But it's it's an audible exclusive so you can't find anywhere but audible. Okay so yeah listen there. We'll have the link in the show notes so you can click on it and you can dive. In deep to the world of men. Men men men men men love man glorious marks. A child actress played i dream of jeannie barbara adar in they were like in this weird little musical number where they're all like looking for the oscars for made for it for the emmys and they're all talking about men. Men men glorious that she got like sexual fantasies about woody allen sam barbara and brooke shields. She's fantasizing about michael jackson. It was a list of of ideal men in hollywood john travolta. She was fantasizing about. Didn't age to well. I guess not 'cause you know a couple of those guys have been accused of of you know a lot of terrible things Yeah did you ever As a child fall in love with a kid in school and so you discovered that that was the wrong thing to do. When i was in first grade the girls were chasing me and this kid and and the play grounds you know and i remember we kind of got away from them and we hogging and we're kind of like whatever 'cause we'd gotten away from girls and i remember kissing him and i think it was like on the cheek or something like that and i feel like maybe there was some kind of like big deal made out of that and maybe i may have said something at home about that and the next year i was. They put me into catholic school. Wow yeah so. They're like well if he likes. Boys wait till he meets father. I have to say no priest bothered me until i got into high school but And then you know. And then. I had another neighbor. His name was alan alan walters. If you're out there anywhere yeah you know. I had a crush on him. And we're we're good friends. And then he moved. And i never thought i'd see him again and then he came back like a couple of months later because i think parents had to come back to the house for something like that came with the door and it was just. We didn't get to spend much time with him. But i just remembered how my heart just like you know just filled with like. Oh you know so. I often wonder like. where's allen. now you know. Here's a cute little kid. So i grew up to be a very handsome man. Well you know. I grew up in puerto rico in the nineteen eighties and at that time period. There were families from all around the world moving to the island because their businesses were relocating families. There could have access to the american economy. Will you know and it was also a tax haven tests. Well yeah and so. I was friends with kids from all around the world and that had a really close friendship was named benji like the dog and i ran into him and the grocery store one day and i ran up to him. I was so happy to see him. I gave him a big hug and kiss on the cheek and benji panicked and he's had tried to kiss me and i ran away and i thought you know and our friendship was never the same and then i think it was like in third grade or fourth grade. I got a pen pal. Letter from benji. And he's like remember me. Here's a photo myself. Would you like to be pen pals. I'm like no you broke my heart own whereas benji was benji now benji. The two of us need look no posted. We can't do this podcast without your support. So if you're not plus member yet sign up at feast dot com slash plus because your contribution to this show is what makes this show happen. We wouldn't be able to talk to a fantastic people like kate if it weren't for you. Savor each and every mouth watering morsel fees to fund completely without ads feats the phone dot com slash plus. We're on patron honey. Give us the money honey. Give us a tip then. Mount feast or the whole nine inches. Slip into my. Dm's fausto furnace on instagram mark fields. And we love chatting with you guys and we love having kate. Will it again the book. It's an audio book. There's an audio book. I don't think there's a hard copy of the book was produced as an audio book because he don't audible audiobooks and imagine that if it's support it into a transcription sheen and you just read it. And that is dirtbag anthropology available only as an audible exclusive look at the lakes on feast the funding notes. Scroll down if you're listening on the podcast player. The link is there as well. Thanks for listening everybody bye.

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07:49 min | 1 year ago

"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"With her up. Them, Brian Epstein, but I'm I'm a gay like, allegedly in a gay relationship with John Lennon. Oh, that's why they had to get rid of them. They were like your to, this is going to be gay. It's not going to work out. There was also another viral cat, there was in a brown. And you live in Brooklyn, right? And the I guess a kid fell over the the cats leash and ended up killing. I know, that and end up killing the cat and then the family was in the cat had some, you know, viruses, that's right. And so then the fat like they they there's some video Skirmish and basically I think the the cat owners said something about the kid or I don't know exactly what happened but then the family appears on this page or two may have be attacking them for that and being like you know you're single and that's why you have a cat on a leash or something like it's like it's wild so it's developing news. So we'll we'll cover it at some other point in time but yeah. Cats I was very touched by this one story that you shared in your stand up and on public radio about a crush on a young girl. You were that she moved away and many years later you guys like found each other. Yeah, yeah. How old were you? When you guys month? Like as children too, it was a pre-school kind of like a, A Try, a Little Tikes, right? And and you guys were like best of friends and then, I guess, the mother, the family of your friend had to move away or you guys moved away know. They're, they moved away. They moved to the other side of the country and then I guess in your, was it in your stand up and performance career that you like, ran across? Got reconnected. Yeah. We I just ran into her show, like maybe when I was a few years in the stand-up. Yeah. We decide both ended up living wage. Cisco and we recognized each other, which was wild because we hadn't seen each other. Since we were literally like, five years old. We were so small. When we saw. What age did you reconnect with her 36? Maybe choosing yeah. How did she even like know to ask you like has she been like in your mind? Or did you guys like think about each other? All those years? Yeah. It was a singular like wage. She came up to me after the show and said that she really liked my stand up and I said can I put you on my mailing list then cuz that was like a that was the thing I was trying to do mailing list off then elements are very very very important. Yeah. And then we you know, I was like, you know, what's her name? And there was something about them, look familiar. She's like, Aaron and I was like, okay my my name's Kate Willett and she's like, did you used to go by Katy? Which I did when I was in, you know, a little kid and I was just like oh my God where did you grow up? But she's like Northridge and we just both realized exactly what was going on and we start crying because it was you know it was like a thing that I believe slavo be below. Yeah I mean it was it was just see totally recognized me too. We both recognize each other off. Like, when you got reconnected cuz she she's also bisexual to, right? Yeah. She's bisexual was this rats or no, it was, it was a good, tonic friendship. But then what happened is, we started hanging out all the time and we became friends and like we had a lot in common. Was there a desire like part of me was like, oh my God, I found my soul mate. Know it was like a very, it was a very sisterly connection like revives, were like, The Vibes were just like, kind of a deep Sisterhood, you know. And not see, I was like telling her all about this guy that I was really hung up on at that time and really together or anything, but like he was this guy that I was friends with it and hooked up once and it had gone like really badly. And, you know, I was just, I was pretty devastated about the whole situation. It was really mad at him. I was confiding birth. In her about the situation because she didn't, you know, she wasn't a comedian or anything. So I couldn't tell a lot of my other friends about it and she was like, listening to me. I was like, oh, you know, it's so great to have this person my life that I found a cold. Like maybe a month later or something. After all that she had been like, seeing him by my best, which was like wild. Tell me about it. Yeah, it was, I mean, it was like, not even the Betrayal wasn't even so much that she was like kind of dating my friend cuz it's like, I mean, that would have been weird, but but the thing that felt like a huge betrayal was that she had like, listen to me like sort of pour my heart out about how upset I was about this situation without like, saying oh, by the way, I'm like seeing, you know, so do you think she was seeing him before you guys reconnected or she started seeing him as you were telling him all these things know as I was telling her all those things. Yeah, they didn't own a single web page. They're well. But but it was she is white but it also was like this thing where I don't know. I think if she was very like competitive person, always heard when we were really little and I think it was like this thing where the fact that I liked him so much made her want to do it. You know, Patricia off like a photo of you and her marriage just like I'm going to crush you, Kate Willett. I don't think so. I mean she was like you know not to be too hard on myself but feel like way cuter than me. She's like she's beautiful. Beautiful could have had any guy, you know, like don't be jealous. I Stole Your Man girlfriend. Well, I was just it was just like this kind of thing where I can fax it or about it. And I think that she was like I think the sepoy like all the blame on him and was like, no, I didn't even like him, he was just dead. And then I talked to him about it and he put all the blame on her and was like I didn't even like her she was pursuing me and it was like this thing was like okay you know, I'm never going to get to the truth here but I'm like neither of these people care about me as much as I would hope. So what's that is a relationship like now? She's still on your mailing list. I actually haven't used my schedule is a long time but mostly doing like Twitter and you know in stunned stuff like that billing was kind of falling out of fashion. I did see her a few years ago. Yeah we haven't talked to a friend and we ended up hanging out and I think she's married right now as a kid and you know it's one of those things where was just like she reached out to you about like cuz this this thing you know it's nice to wear on the internet. This story. It seems you know it's on YouTube videos and I I heard it on NPR. So I mean she heard it with like thank you. Well like this kind of reminds me of khong. Simon song. You're So Vain to be able to figure out who that was about. Well, it was rumored that it was about a woman. And in a lot of ways we don't, you know, I'm sure a lot of your friends and fans don't know who this person is. And so everybody's like, well, it's about me, of course you can't get over me, you know, well, that story is very specific about being a young child. So, yeah, so, you'll probably Simon thing that she auctioned off, who it was about writing so many paid money in these, she just whispered it into the rear, so the they, she finally confirmed and it's so.

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"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"willett" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"With all the challenges we faced in recent years. It feels like we've all grown closer together yet. Sometimes also feels like we're a million miles apart like Paula Abdul sang. Once we take two steps forward 2 steps back. So how do we come together when Opposites Attract when comedian came suddenly found herself wanting to date men again after getting divorced from a woman, she wondered about what kind of place she could hold in her life for men and not let it get too weird and her new audiobook Dirtbag, anthropology, Kate, will it take us on an intense roller coaster ride into the world of men? The series features hilarious and insightful conversations with Comedians and experts and even Kate's own thoughts. Other today. Kate Willett joins us to take a look at men men, men. Listen as we chat with Kate about modern masculinity and how that nice guy doesn't always end up being dead. Sal nice plus, lots of hilarious animal news Bart. The zombie cat, who became internet famous, in 2015 for surviving being buried alive, is doing amazing today. Off, folks are smuggling songbirds from Africa, to compete, in American Idol bird, singing, competitions, and Prancer the mean little Chihuahua. That's a vessel for a hunted. Victorian child finds love and a new home. I'm Foster furnace. I'm Mark Fillion, and this is Feast of fun. Hello, this is Kate. Hi is this Kate Willett? Yeah. Hey, hi Kate. This is Fausto and mark from Feast of fun. It's a pleasure to talk to you today. Hi, thanks for calling, of course. What are you wearing? I got a Paisley dress on, which is very cute. It's yeah, I've been, I've been Rocking The Paisley. I love Paisley off. Yeah. Paisley originates from Persia, right? I don't know where it comes from. I thought it came from a 6 days, but maybe Dad. I think it came into the whole Guru, you know, the Beatles, Beatles, all that kind of stuff. Yeah, I was admiring your outfit on Stephen Colbert, where you made your TV debut appearance, right before the pandemic struck right before the pandemic. And I was so excited. She got that dress. I was like, this dress is going to Skyrocket me all my dreams coming. True. And then it said there was a coronavirus. Imagine it must have been a really exciting. An opportunity go on a major television program and you know, the question inevitably that all comedians ask themselves as what am I going to look like? What am I going to where I knew he wanted to wear red shirt? Yeah because the blue backgrounds for that show. I like looked at other sets, the people had on different outfits and to me the color that most like popped with the blue was red, there were a couple other comedians that were had really cute outfits and plus red is one of my favourite Colours for dresses. Yeah, I really had like a pretty tough specific idea of what I wanted to to where like I wanted to wear something that had like a little bit of a you know, kind of a slightly hippie Vibe but in like a cuz that's my thoughts. But it had to be like sort of normal cuz it was late night and so I just I searched around until I found something and I was like yes this is the dress and then I ordered it had to get it altered and stuff because I think they only had it in like a size that was like too big for me. So I had to go go to the altar recently and yeah, but I should have done this thing where I have, you know, had to call people and be like, what should I wear, what should I wear? But for that one, I was like, no. I know what I should wear for this, you know, we're all feminists here. We also appreciate a good pair of high-heeled shoes and I was like, you know, like what is it? A Dominique Jackson. Like, look at the shoes baby baby. Got the shoe is good news baby. Let's see every time she's photographs, they're always, I, you know, show girls always want to show the shoes and I was this is my number one thing to every advise everybody. If you're going to be on T, learn from the girls from RuPaul's, Drag Race dress up, honey. It's Joe business and you look so good and your legs. Look, fierce in those pumps and your hair was gorgeous and your eye makeup was on point and I was like, she's a star. Oh yeah. Yep. So much fun. Yeah, in this past year, you've been putting together an audio book that examines the your relationships two men. Cuz for a while you had disavowed meant for life being in a relationship with a woman. Yeah, I mean it was a thing where like, I just kind of. So, you know, I was in a relationship with a woman that I knew from high school and we started dating, when I was like eighteen and dated and got got married, were legally domestic Partners. So I was like, twenty years. I've and I think during a lot of that time, you know, I was living at the bay area in Berkeley and I was like, oh, you know, I don't like straight guys, I can't just basic package. Never hang out with you is really up to be part of my reality cuz I'm not like romantically Affiliated. I don't necessarily have to be friends with them. So, you know, my life was pretty much like with them. Then queer people. Hm well and we all want to sort of like surround ourselves with people who appreciate and understand us and lower the friction of everyday life. You know, like Mark. And I've been working on starting a new podcast that explores like Fitness and bodybuilding for gay men and lgbtq people. And I'm just like noticing, like I don't even have a word for it. I guess, bro culture. Whereas like it's it's like you guys could be so much more fun to be around if you just crack a joke. Every now and I totally you know, and and part of it is like and I'm noticing this from, you know, listening to your work. Is that there is this kind of like heightened tension between heterosexual relationships, which lgbtq people can have them to an age, where people are like wanting to be very courteous. And but also are are concerned about holding themselves accountable and in Kate, in terms of like your adventures in sort of Look Down, At the relationships with with men, what is it? Like the first thing that you kind of learned about this journey back into talking to your father and two other men about men in general? Can you repeat the last part of the question? Let's talk about men..

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"willett" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"willett" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"At saying what if something different happened in the past wow. I imagined resurrection being on an iphone video and be coming on facebook Well i think that would would surprise a few people. I gotta check that book out. Now you got me interested in it I tend to lump authors in with every other creative endeavor. And i think i'd probably do that. Roy wrongly It seems to me. And i can see that. Bhai your shapers of world volume one and volume two That there is a greater Comradery support system Cooperation attitude between authors than the necessarily would be between filmmakers musicians. Comedians other people in the creative arts seem to be a little more backbiting and competitive and all it is is the author world competitive. I guess it is in a way but only because you're all competing for the same readers but it's not like i'm also an actor i've done a modicum of professional stage work over the years and it's not the same thing is not the kind of competition. Get his actors. Where every tearing you audition. You're up against dozens or hundreds of other people that you're you know if if you don't win you don't get that job and you're back working at starbucks so I think there is a different level competition. There in i presume in the music industry competing for i would. I don't know i think there's more camaraderie in the music industry. Maybe you'd know more about that. The grandma batches they there are cliques. There are cliques of people who get along but outside of that click. There's a lot of back stabbing and a lot of you know bad talker and it's the same way in stand up comedy too. I mean it's it can be brutal like there are people who who grabbed gravitate together but for common protection almost like a primeval Support system to protect us against the the bad tribes And there's a lot of that in both in music and stand up comedy and filming. I would say in writing there. Is that as well. Because people are people than they will form tribes and they will. There will be people who they are convinced starry. Evil and carnage. Don't want to have anything to do. You know. I just think that's human nature. Unfortunately but in general. I think writers perhaps a little less than than actors of these switches. The only other one. I have any sort of close connection to well you. You mentioned acting but also involved in music because i noticed And by the way off. I had the a url scrolling across the bottom. There isn't lincoln the description. Edward willett dot com. There is a link in the navigation to psycho music and it seems to be some stuff where you and friends are singing are. Are you involved in music as a A series professional thing or is it just a hobby Well when i've done theater i've done opera. And i've done musical theater so and that when you know i haven't done a lot of professional over the years but i've done some and so yeah. I'm a professional singer than that way. i've sung a lot with high level. Choirs like the canadian chamber choir. Which is a nationally audition choir. I've sung with that I've sung with a very local choir. That sort of that level. So i do a lot of that. I do a lot just for fun So it's it's a. It's a bit of a mix. It's not something. I pursued as a great way to make money professionally on stage. Well it's like it's like being an author if you get into it solely for making money you're going to be solely disappointed only disappointed. The acting site is. I did not want that. I toyed with the idea of pursuing at one point but You know it's everything you do you audition and you don't get the work. And they're huge gaps in between and and you're you can't especially in stage acting which is what i would probably have been drawn into. You know six weeks here six weeks there and you don't really have a home your always traveling to the next gig in the next city. Unless you're lucky enough to be on broadway and even then you're only there as long as the show run so it's a very uncertain lifestyle and you know unlike writing which is We are up against the hour. And i want to be respectful of your time. A couple of questions left here Now i noticed You mentioned Eddie will it Easy blake Why what what. Why didn't need for that for that. There's actually another lee. Arthur chain is another one of my aware that one it book about because of my part because i write poussin chicks and fantasy so my first two books three books for d'abre science fiction. They said well fantasy selling better right now in your book in all greg. Why don't you send you wanna a switch to we want you to switch fantasy. So i became arthur chain wrote a fantasy novel hba for one book and then my next one i proposed was a very different kind of fantasy novel. It was almost why a the fifteen year old protagonist and well. Maybe you need another suited him for that to separate you from these other two personas and so i became easy. Blake for a trilogy called the massive agreement which is actually my most successful book at first when masks under that pseudonym and then after that it was like well you science fiction again. So when i write science-fiction. I'm edward willett but i write fantasy. I so far for dive had another thing. That's interesting because i was going and you answered the question. And i answered it away. That surprised me. I would think that it would hurt your brand in necessarily hurt your Your sales I think people get used to buying from a an author in it so it would just confuse me about that but i guess it works at whatever. Works you stick with it. It's it's a marketing thing and it also had to do with bookstores. and what they would order from. You know a an author's writing science fiction would they order a fantasy novel by ham or if he had but if you have a new author writing a fantasy novel it's i just did what the publisher wanted to write. I want to talk a little bit about the publishing stuff. And and then. I'll let you go here now Because you book just are i. I don't want this to sound. Like i'm putting other people that you books from the cover perspective seem super professionally level up of a lot of from a lot of what i'm saying and there's this cliche right That we've all heard so many times you can't you book by its cover but so many people do now working as a self publisher. I think people Kind of struggle with putting the cover together. Are you involved with your coverage at all. Does your when you when you're dealing with a high level publisher like you. Are they take care of all of that for you. All the marketing stuff all of stuff. That's going to help make that book. A success. the lab any any input on.

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Want to Run Windows on Your M1 Mac? The Ball Is in Microsoft’s Court, Says Apple

Joey's Totally Tech

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Want to Run Windows on Your M1 Mac? The Ball Is in Microsoft’s Court, Says Apple

"It's up to microsoft apparently to have windows on the m one based macintoshes apple's transition to apple silicon has big going very well for their. I m one max but willett have window support. Apple's vice-president of software engineering crag federico said in an interview that an armed version of windows cut very well run natively on apple silicon macs. But it's up to microsoft microsoft's current licensing will not allow its arm version of windows ten to be used by apple. Since it's not reinstalled

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Jos Ralat, Taco Editor

Latino USA

03:58 min | 1 year ago

Jos Ralat, Taco Editor

"Roulette. Welcome to let you know USA. Thanks for having me to be like the one and only standing official dot co editor of the United States of America. That's a big deal. Congratulations. Thank you. It's an honor fed I don't. Take lightly because I. I have the responsibility of. Not just. For reading about the food but. priding about the people and I think that's really the most. Critical part of the job but before we continue. People might be saying, wait what's going on and so you're very open about the fact that you stutter that is something that happens and so we might as well just say, Hey, it happens in your cool with. Saying Yeah and and moving on, right? Yes. I am thank you. Yes. It's part of my life and it's never stopped me from doing things like. Live TV or radio segments I. Love that. I. GotTa Say I really do I completely loved that. So. What you may not know is that I've been Taco fanatic since probably before you were even born, I'm Mexican I grew up with this stuff. You know I mean, my mom made dot goes by our leader. Mehta goes you're Puerto Rican you were growing up with this stuff. So what's the story as to why this Puerto Rican dude ends up falling in? Love with TACO's growing up in the states I knew about duck was generally speaking at A. Fast Food Product but. As a Mexican food item. was in. Brooklyn from. A. China and I don't know. Who I fell in love. With I. The woman. or The food. So before we get to talking about that goes which again we talk about forever. One of the things that stood out to us is from the beginning of your book. And this is where you refer to something you call the alita principal. And having just mastered Jose, you'll be proud of me finally having just mastered my I will lead us the you like I finally figured it out. I'm just like Oh my God I can't believe it. I unlocked it. What is this thing about the alita principle when it applies to Dacas? So, whenever people? Talk about Mexican food eventually the conversation. Pros around to. Well. My Willett I made the best Mexican. Food she made best diesels. Hurling. was, the best or her? Malia was the best. and. For them. That's as far as Mexican food goes. Nothing else. Counts as Mexican. which is unfortunate because. Mesko is a large country with micro regions. And Different, cuisines. It's not that. Simple. We shouldn't box it in. Boxing it in. His misguided at. Best and racist that worst Could also. Be. Maybe so and so's grandmother wasn't

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"willett" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"willett" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Speed is our topic. Our guest today is Alan Willett Alan. Welcome glad to have you here. Thrilled to be here, let's fun, so we're going to have some fun so so first of all. Tell us a little bit about your journey. That led you to where you're at today. Just real quickly. Give us the thumbnail of the Allen Journey. Okay thumbnail of and journey I started out A. On a dairy farm now this is a little bit relevant. Because dairy farms, Aaron Farms have been beat up over the decades. In going out of business, my father had a dairy farm when I was young. That was always winning theory of the year. And I was wondering why, about that, in what I finally got into business. I realized why, because my dairy farm father theory farm always ran with data. He knew how much cows produced How much food they ate! How much of crops it costs plan the fields. How much the fields yielded etc? Nobody else is using data. My Dad was using computers before anybody else was annette industry. When I got into the world of high tech I found a lot of the companies were not using data. The ones that were successful were they were driven and understood what speed was, they could measure it. They knew what it was etcetera. So, my journey started out with Jerry Five, but I really learned a lot from that with throughout my career. From there, I was a with to College Rochester Institute of Technology I did a lot of work at Xerox Corporation heyday. I let a group of about twenty people when I was less than thirty. And it just kept growing from there. It was a great experience. I worked at the Software Engineering Institute of. A for. A decade, which is a think tank of the world for how to produce the greatest software. I bet an independent consultant for the last ten years. That's. The journey, so I knew about the dairy farm, because I've read the book and So what you don't know probably is that I also grew up on farm. My Dad grew up under Pharma grandparent's farm. We had a hog farming and crops in much much more, so we have that in common and I was actually going to ask you about the dairy farm connection anything learn that observation about dad and the data anything else. About that. Kid Hood on a farm that you think has made an impact on your on your work..

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The Day They Closed Our Masjid  Ustadh Fahad Ansari

The Friday Circle Podcast

07:20 min | 2 years ago

The Day They Closed Our Masjid Ustadh Fahad Ansari

"Yesterday for the past six. The current virus rid nineteen and how sets US particularly with the closure from side to nothing did I can remember. Or markets can remember have had has been so impact from on the entire world as this pandemic if you think about it the previous issues of war terrorism other panicky Bola. They had an impact the shook the world they stopped. The word people have to do this differently. Nothing to schedule seeing at the moment is unprecedented that the entire world had to stop so functioning as it's used to functioning and it doesn't matter which party were you. How wealthier country poor countries is not a word of companies a secular country or the Muslim country or the Hindu cut. It doesn't matter it's affecting everybody. Schooling close pubs bars restaurants cafes cinemas theatres everything shut down sporting events primarily the NBA International to completely shut. Down or is international. Problem is installed. It's absolutely chilling to see what's happening is like a complete lockdown and obviously what affects us of believe with more than anything else you take that which is beloved to us away from below the thing to us a daily basis that we have in our minds as believers is also is a prayer at the place to do that is massage now if the controversial decision and the Austin some who assisting the stay open to discuss supposed writer room. I just want to focus on effective getting involved in the whether it's Roger all my opinion is has no consequence isn't bearing I nobody. I cannot influence the most staying open or being closed in this way. Never to the reality is we have to so. Let's think about this aren't delay. Says not even a leaf light tiny leaf fall off a tree in the middle? Of course loss hundred dollar witted for allow Zapped Leaf for. This doesn't draw full off Alah Willett. He wanted foldout. Whatever the reasons we say as to. Why most needs to have because of risk realities Alon wielded that is most close their doors winded that we cannot print these and therefore we need to reflect as A. Why isn't that position? That's the real question. Read you sit and you go fourteen days in suffice. It's a good time to sit and think about this question just over two weeks ago. I sent a picture of the governor and they had close it off completely so all you could see the white marble and you can see people in the off. Cnet would prey and is quite chilling. Side looking at the reassure us. The Authority said that the clean precautionary. It hoped to be running business as usual in a in a short period of time. And have you started wearing Madan? People Perplex go there for. He was thinking about Hutch. But you know there was a feeling that this is going to be okay. Then what happened last couple of weeks slowly restrictions start coming in non-saudi here in the UK into now local massage. What did it last week? The Friday Levin reduced ten minutes could find Saddam told. Don't come to the mess with children. He don't bring the humming. They sit at any level. This talk this could be dangerous. It's a risk to others who post this weekend. We're supposed to be on the retreat. Study Retreat Have to be constantly. He hoped by joining. You'll have a Mogadishu. He talked a video in paramount's Sanchez yourself. Before you come in wearing a must come in. All of these measures were happening. Guidance was coming out from the different organizations. And Councils about how we should deal with this and then yesterday almost like a domino effect one after the other press releases announcements this massive that losses to. It'll be no Jamak mortar. It'd be no Jeremiah. This Muslim he's Prato and the MOMS were crying. The Tears Trustees breaking down saying this is difficult decision. We've had to make. We didn't take it lightly. Believe believe if we did not take his likely and the reason that this is has taken such a hit. The most is not just a place where we pray. It's not just a place where we go. We worship flight time today through the congregation Salah. No it's much more than that. It's a hub of the community is when we have an education system we have found in. We've mothers for the children. We have classes for adults will ever On we A- circle the Mawlid relearn at the practice our faith. It's a place of its place of celebration. Someone has a newborn child legal to celebrate the most their party. Nick weddings morning. He was last rites leaves. Libya genus pre in a mass shooting. People COME TO SOCIALIZE. How feeding so down because after work softer network late night and then the run they come and they just see some of the brothers in this piece this school. This song This was missing the wellbeing discussed affairs of your mom. Local community problems how to resolve them the visual refund. Raise our brothers and sisters locally locally and get into states. A few days older All those lessons of a lot have been taken away from them.

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The Internet's Fascination with Taste-Test Videos

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

05:48 min | 2 years ago

The Internet's Fascination with Taste-Test Videos

"Josh. Welcome to milk street. Thank you so much for having me your the food producer of the Youtube web series. Good mythical morning there to hosts Rhett McLaughlin and link. Neil so why do people people enjoy watching folks eat cod sperm dumplings one because called sperm dumplings are delicious You know I really grew up in the Youtube era. I was cloistered in my room around the family. Desktop watching epic mealtime in the guys. You know Sewing up a Turkey inside of a pig inside of a whole cow and It's a bit of a meritocracy on the Internet where you know. You don't need like a a network. Executive may never have signed off on the concept of eating cod sperm dumpling for the gross out factor. But if you put it on the Internet it's a proving ground to see what people people really do. WanNa watch kind of on their own accord and boy do they love cops berm dumplings okay so there is some you know. Would they eat that humor here but some of this is pretty straightforward. You did a taste test the popcorn you taste test of pizza crusts yes. So what is it about just tasting ordinary foods were fifty million people. WanNa Watch it on Youtube. It's really funny. I I actually started my career in digital journalism. But you see so many even legacy publications boasting top ten Greek yogurt brand taste test. And they do that because it brings in just a ton of using isn't a ton of numbers so I mean I think you could call it just a very ordinary taste tests watching guys eat food but I mean it really is service journalism. It's just on Youtube and not in a newspaper. Yeah but but you guys are in the entertainment business and having a list in the USA today or online at eater is one thing But this is about watching your two hosts do the taste test right. So what what do you think is sort of driving entertainment Formula Abiola four one to the to host of sitting there tasting popcorn. Yeah I mean For me it all starts with playing on people's curiosity you know I I think people have this sort of wish fulfillment like I know myself. I would love to sit down with all seventy four TACO bell menu items in just tastes them one by one and decide which is the best and I think. A lot of people have this kind of wish fulfillment fantasy and if they can see someone do something that they've always wanted to do themselves the watch it and then to I mean there's such a skill in I mean it's the skill of being a food critic Not to Exalt Renton link on the level of like a Jonathan golder under a Pete Wells but You know being able to describe things that are in your mouth like being able to describe the physical sensations that are happening to you. It's it's a real skill you know they're just They're good at what they do. One of the other segments I saw was turning foods like twinkies into milk Could you explain how that worked. I kind of like that segment. Yes we those one of the Willett segments a lot of this goes deep into a Cartesian metaphysics and food semantics right so when you say will it milk the we were going more with the definition of nut milk which there is a lot of current legislation on whether that can or can't be called milk but we ran with it regardless and so yeah in that we took twinkies and we just blended them with water soaked him in milk bag for a couple of days and then wrung it out and I mean it was truly truly delicious. I mean it's like you know. Milk bar created an empire based off of cereal milk flavored. Treats why not you know twinkie. Milk cheetos milk did not look delicious. Milk was less delicious but again you know that's a recipe developments about you gotta take risks and I still think if you did like a risotto with the cheeto milk and there ain't got that Or Borio rates Mason crispy and just kind of toasted up the excess oils. Listen that cheeto fat. I think it would have been nice. Yeah I would say cheeto Milka reside. Oh maybe something I'll pass on but maybe I'm just too fashioned so one of the other segments. Yes you do. Are The fancy foods you take a subway foot long and spend five hundred hours making the most expensive version of it You also did a two hundred dollar big Mac. Did you get to eat that big MAC too or just the house. I did get to eat. It actually made a really lovely tar tar out leftover steak so that was awesome But yeah that to me is like the definition of viewer wish fulfillment. Because I mean I think so. Many people have this nostalgic connection to so many different fast food items just like what if you made that as awesome as he possibly could so based on this show. Another youtube shows about food. Where's this all headed yet? Look we look at what's happening to food network right. How many standing stir cooking shows are even left? You know everything on food network is now a competition show where chefs are cooking in. FLOATY says Alton Brown. You know the yells at them and hits him with a bull whip or whatever And then you look at Youtube and look at what bone apetite is doing thing bone apetit you know these single biggest legacy print glossy food MAG is now like five million subscribers deep on youtube in putting out the most educational cooking content on any platform. Honestly I think we're just getting into an era where you're going to see more diverse voices some more just educational food content that people want to see. And it's Kinda funny because it's now like less extreme stuff than what is on network Org. TV Josh thank you very much for being on Milk

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"willett" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"willett" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

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"willett" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"willett" Discussed on 1A

"We are designed to eat both plants and animals. Also vegans cannot get vitamin B from vegan diet in order to remain. Healthy vegans must have an advanced society that produces that vitamin for them. The vegan diet is neither natural for humans nor healthy thought to Willett is that true. There's some good points. Thank you. I wanted to make a few of those first of all the human organism is amazing that we are extremely adaptable to a wide range of diets from almost entirely plant based or one hundred percent plant based to animal based and we can live through the ages that allow us to reproduce and live in incredibly different environments at Tomase. But if we really wanted to be maximally healthy, I'm into our seventies. Eighty and ninety s the other is very clear based on again, short-term feeding studies long term follow up of hundreds of thousands of people that are more plant-based diet will lead us to be healthier in the long run. But we there are a few comments critical nutritional issues about the vegan diet one. The. Your correspondent is correct. That vegans will become a deficient in vitamin b twelve if they don't get it from some source that can be from modest amounts of animal source foods or from supplements or fortified foods, but of strictly vegan diet can lead to vitamin b twelve deficiency not all vitamins, but that's specifically. And the consequence of of deficiency are serious, especially in terms of growing children in adequate development of the nervous system and adults. I can lead to neuropathies and seizures lots of problems. So that is really critical. Also there again, lots of flavors of vegan diets, the what I I really admire what Stephanie and enough you are doing because they're producing and showing everyday people that vegan diets can be enjoyable.

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Trinidad Faces Humanitarian Crisis As More Venezuelans Come For Refuge

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:13 min | 3 years ago

Trinidad Faces Humanitarian Crisis As More Venezuelans Come For Refuge

"This message comes from NPR sponsor Comcast. Comcast values your time. That's why you can schedule to our appointment windows, including nights and weekends that way. You can spend more time doing what you love. Comcast working to make things. Simple, easy, and awesome. The deep economic crisis affecting Venezuela has caused more than three million Venezuelans to leave their country. Most have crossed into relatively large neighboring countries like Brazil and Colombia, but some are landing on tiny Caribbean islands where they're not exactly welcome. From the twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago reported. John Otis has more. The fishing village of Cedras in southern Trinidad lies just seven miles across the sea from Venezuela that puts it within easy reach of desperate migrants. Like naughty spent the who has just arrived from Venezuela on a small passenger, both she's met by her son who moved here two years ago, and his Trinidadian wife Venezuelans can stay here legally for a few months, but Benavente the has other ideas in Minnesota move into unless different. Referring to food shortages hyperinflation back home. She says the situation. Infants willa is really bad. But at the admits that she might just stay put in Trinidad many Venezuelans enter as tourists then overstay their permits those who lack passports, hey, boat captains to smuggle them ashore all told some sixty thousand Venezuelans have recently settled in Trinidad a stable oil and gas producing nation. However, Trinidad and Tobago is only slightly larger than Rhode Island in home to just one point three million people amid the flood of Venezuelans Trinidad's government is adopting a harder line. For example. It has ignored petitions from thousands of Venezuelans seeking asylum in April authorities forcibly deported eighty two Venezuelans the UN called the expulsions a breach of international refugee law, but at a news conference earlier this year, prime minister, Keith Rowley d. Defended his policy not Russia will not America. We little island limited space, and therefore we cannot on Willett a the UN spokesman's to convert refugee gum still and as walence keep coming. They include eleven members of the Tamar family who are packed into this two bedroom. House. Some work washing dishes or unloading cargo trucks for about five hundred dollars a month as opposed to five dollars back in Venezuela where the currency has collapsed. Still some well to a twenty eight year old chef from Caracas feels like an outcast unable to speak much English and fearful of police roundups. He chokes up telling me how he was jailed last year for overstaying his tours permit another Venezuelans, including children faced the constant threat of deportation. Back on the beach at sea gross mean a net a Trinidadian housewife with tears in her eyes. It turns out she's been taking care of two Venezuelan girls ages eleven and twelve who were somehow left behind when their mother was deported nine months ago. Goes we'll go in true and to be left on your own your parents taken away from you. We just wanted to have the consent of the mother is attempting to adopt the girls, so far she's run into bureaucratic roadblocks. But it's going to keep trying. She doesn't want to give her last name to avoid hassles from government officials. Meanwhile, it's time to say goodbye. The return because I have no extension for them. The time is up to stay in shortly. After we spoke the girls were put aboard a boat for Venezuela for NPR news. I'm John Otis in Cedras, Trinidad and Tobago.

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Trinidad Faces Humanitarian Crisis As More Venezuelans Come For Refuge

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:13 min | 3 years ago

Trinidad Faces Humanitarian Crisis As More Venezuelans Come For Refuge

"This message comes from NPR sponsor Comcast. Comcast values your time. That's why you can schedule to our appointment windows, including nights and weekends that way. You can spend more time doing what you love. Comcast working to make things. Simple, easy, and awesome. The deep economic crisis affecting Venezuela has caused more than three million Venezuelans to leave their country. Most have crossed into relatively large neighboring countries like Brazil and Colombia, but some are landing on tiny Caribbean islands where they're not exactly welcome. From the twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago reported. John Otis has more. The fishing village of Cedras in southern Trinidad lies just seven miles across the sea from Venezuela that puts it within easy reach of desperate migrants. Like naughty spent the who has just arrived from Venezuela on a small passenger, both she's met by her son who moved here two years ago, and his Trinidadian wife Venezuelans can stay here legally for a few months, but Benavente the has other ideas in Minnesota move into unless different. Referring to food shortages hyperinflation back home. She says the situation. Infants willa is really bad. But at the admits that she might just stay put in Trinidad many Venezuelans enter as tourists then overstay their permits those who lack passports, hey, boat captains to smuggle them ashore all told some sixty thousand Venezuelans have recently settled in Trinidad a stable oil and gas producing nation. However, Trinidad and Tobago is only slightly larger than Rhode Island in home to just one point three million people amid the flood of Venezuelans Trinidad's government is adopting a harder line. For example. It has ignored petitions from thousands of Venezuelans seeking asylum in April authorities forcibly deported eighty two Venezuelans the UN called the expulsions a breach of international refugee law, but at a news conference earlier this year, prime minister, Keith Rowley d. Defended his policy not Russia will not America. We little island limited space, and therefore we cannot on Willett a the UN spokesman's to convert refugee gum still and as walence keep coming. They include eleven members of the Tamar family who are packed into this two bedroom. House. Some work washing dishes or unloading cargo trucks for about five hundred dollars a month as opposed to five dollars back in Venezuela where the currency has collapsed. Still some well to a twenty eight year old chef from Caracas feels like an outcast unable to speak much English and fearful of police roundups. He chokes up telling me how he was jailed last year for overstaying his tours permit another Venezuelans, including children faced the constant threat of deportation. Back on the beach at sea gross mean a net a Trinidadian housewife with tears in her eyes. It turns out she's been taking care of two Venezuelan girls ages eleven and twelve who were somehow left behind when their mother was deported nine months ago. Goes we'll go in true and to be left on your own your parents taken away from you. We just wanted to have the consent of the mother is attempting to adopt the girls, so far she's run into bureaucratic roadblocks. But it's going to keep trying. She doesn't want to give her last name to avoid hassles from government officials. Meanwhile, it's time to say goodbye. The return because I have no extension for them. The time is up to stay in shortly. After we spoke the girls were put aboard a boat for Venezuela for NPR news. I'm John Otis in Cedras, Trinidad and Tobago.

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Texas special election: the race to replace Blake Farenthold (for a few months

The Car Pro Show

02:53 min | 4 years ago

Texas special election: the race to replace Blake Farenthold (for a few months

"To the polls to elect a new president tomorrow governor abbot announcing yesterday the race to elect a replacement for state representative larry gonzalez brown drop is going to be in november on the november ballot gonzalez announcing an early retirement last week voters around corpus are going back to the polls today for a special election to replace former u s congressman blake farren hold nine candidates are vying to fill the remainder of congressman blake farren holes former seat he resigned in april amid sexual harassment allegations and an ongoing ethics investigation among the candidates one libertarian to independence three democrats including party nominee eric hogan and three republicans including party nominee michael cloud today's election is separate from the november election the winner of which takes over the seat for a full two year term after that jeff monosso fox news a texas judge in kaufman county native is under consideration for an appointment to the us supreme court don willett service on the fifth us circuit court of appeals and previously served on the texas prima court will it is on a list of twenty five names from which president trump says hills elected nominee to replace us supreme court justice anthony kennedy who retires this july thirty first rachel estrada newsradio seven forty ktar h president trump says he will announce his nominee to replace justice kennedy a week from monday on july ninth three days before he meets with russian president vladimir putin in helsinki supreme court justice john roberts was on c span talking about justice kennedy's career he was an extraordinary man an extraordinary jurist he was deeply committed to collegiality and civil discourse he taught that by example very widely read very thoughtful justice kennedy announced last week that he's retiring at the end of july it appears the president got punked in a phone call made by a comedian who gained notoriety with a satellite radio show abc news has details a comedian former sidekick to howard stern stuttering john melendez claims that he actually convinced the white house to have the president return a phone call to him he was claiming to be senator bob menendez the two apparently talked about immigration at the president's supreme court pick and an alabama puppy is captured the nation's heart it took thirty hours but firefighters cave rescue crews and plumbers working together saved a seven week old death puppy in alabama toffee the puppy fell into a narrow crevice thursday behind a house and dropped fifty feet the team of volunteers lowering net snares and food to retrieve the puppy volunteers erupted in cheers when toffee was pulled to safety around midnight saturday huntsville television station drew thousands of followers.

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