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"burger barn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A human with a deep voice. By the way, Ashley, I'm reading a commercial here. Just going back to our guest looking atyou Ash, because I need to know I'm not reading a commercial right now. Am I? No good. This continue, then with filled hotel restaurant critic at the Chicago Tribune. You want to read a commercial film? I'll let you if you like. It doesn't It doesn't contain the word Yosemite does it? You know, I have problems with that 10 Yosemite. Yeah. Here it is. Yosemite Pizza go. No USO. My pizza is ah! Fine. You can. You can tell your Ah either. FSB inner throwing some shade on the president. Is that right? Little ball will both. Let's have picked up a couple of phone lines here. We'll talk to Katie. Katie, you're on w g N radio. Go ahead. Katie, you're on the air. Try. I can't. Hi. Um, I was a couple weeks ago at a restaurant out in Nile with my girlfriend catching up. I haven't seen her obviously during quarantine, and I was out a few times and I felt comfortable, you know, being in the city and They make you wear math, like okay? No problem. I'll go. We went there and there weren't really any feeding outside per se. So we decided to sit inside and I was okay with that. But where we were sitting was not super. They out, and nobody at the restaurant was wearing map under their chin or on their arm. So I was like, what is going on? Nobody's wearing math. Nobody's taking a serious even though Servers carrying people's food out. Didn't even have a mascot. It was ridiculous. I actually asked my server. Can I get my food to go and I got my food packed up and left? Well, the patrons would not have mass on because they're sitting down, eating right? Exactly. And what? Even requiring people to go to the bathroom? They didn't have any signs. Nothing. I mean, and I've been to places where they say you don't have a math. You cannot enter without going to the bed. Nothing and I I feel comfortable with that. And I understand you're sitting eating drinking. I don't need a map. But if you're handling food, you're not doing anything you wired. You're wearing a mask. I don't understand. Having them under your chin was just like a slap in the face. You know, like What was the point of even having it under your kid? No. One of the men. The men of the main modes of transmission is people rubbing Chin's together, and they're now advising. I knew he'd come. Okay. Thanks for the phone call. I'm sorry to hear about your experience. Katie your thought on that, Phil, I think Well, number one. I think Katie was absolutely right. I would report then I will report that restaurant because they are They are violating the rules and they can be subject to a huge find and or shut down and her reaction I think was generous in that she went ahead and said, I'll take the food and I'll pay for the food, but I'm leaving. I think she would have been completely in our rights to stand up and say you guys aren't following rules I'm out of here and just leave. There's there's absolutely no reason to be polite and understanding when people are gabble gambling with your health and possibly your life. And if they don't they aren't being careful enough. With the servers in the dining room. I don't even want to know what's going on in that kitchen. That's a huge faux pas. I mean, you could get away with it in the kitchen, and maybe the occasional patron does not remember to slip their mask on using the restroom, but How your servers aren't mast up is stuff that is completely unacceptable and stuff like that is going to get restaurants shut down a second time. We had a conversation yesterday about how you feel about the governor Tippy toeing into the idea that we're going to start finding people that don't play by the rules. And you know, I'm a talk show host. So I said, Yeah, Let's do it 75% of the people on our news. Click said Yes. Let's do it. There's no practical way to do that. I don't think you can. Really implement that, But I think that's where the the sort of general mood of people is going right now. There should be a way for regular people. That should be a phone line when people can call in and say. ABC. Burger Barn is not doing this properly. And if there's enough of that they consent and inspector and if he observes that he can slap him with a fine right away. 86. Her barn is not following the rules they are incorrigible. Chief O'Neill's on Elston in Chicago. Guys. Huge garden patio. Good food, lovely, safe servers. It's two weeks in a row, Somebody's tipped the hat to them. I wonder if it's the same owner. I'm beginning to think it might be. Hey guys, what is considered a minimum tip for takeout food from a restaurant or bar with food. Well, the old deal, bill, but the old standard used to be 10% because you're not dealing with Ah waiters per se or anything like that in these times. I tipped the same I I would if I were a sitdown customer, because I know that all of these restaurants are operating Probably less than 50% of their customary income, and they are Hanging by a thread afraid of a slowdown in October, desperate for whatever revenue they can. This is if you can't justify a solid tip, or even over tipping At this juncture, I would say you're not being a team player in the restaurant world. We all want good restaurants around here. We define our quality of living by our access to good food, and this is the time to step up..
"burger barn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"1000 with Danny and Chris. I'm dating, Captain. Great. Back. Although not down in the studio with the boys, the mayor said. You want the one of 15 states you gotta quarantine. I'm following the rules, you good cap. You good all good. I feel like I've got to be We all know that I have focus problems that time. I feel like I'm like, exceptionally locked in. I've got the iPad open with the commercials. I've got The mic. The team's app on my laptop. I've got the control box here. I got my phone open for a text from either of you guys. I got my printer right here. Like I feel like I'm locked in. Ur cap blocked him. But let us ask you questions. We've got this chat. So we have this my team's thing where the three of us are on a chat. We're telling you different things to do during the show where you know, producing the show through a screen. Now all of a sudden you're texting us. Is it the text and the meid shat thing? The two same things. We don't understand Why all of a sudden now we're getting side text. It was just Habit. You have the chat open in front of you were just communicating on it. You went to a different avenue to communicate when the communication lines were already open and Beaty being utilized. Correct. You are 100% right? I cannot disagree with you at all. We're wondering how focused you really are that I mean, you're you're patting yourself on the back for being focused yet you're texting us aside text when we're communicating via chat. I just I leaned back and like, took a deep breath like after we went to commercial. I went Who and I took a break like that, and I was leaning back. I had a couple of other tax that it popped up on my phone. And then I went to that text. These guys Say everything going good. I probably should have gone back to the teams set up that we have. It was just have it. You can do whatever you want, but I think Danny nailed it. I mean, how focused are you? Really, If that's going through your mind, I'm exceptionally focused. Kris. I am in this. You do sound a bit locked in today. I will. You know, I didn't know Danny that this is what it took. I think Danny's very thrilled with the way that this has gone today. I'm thinking I've scheduled a meeting with our boss Mike Thomas for 12. 01 today to talk about. Perhaps you staying home for a quarantine. I mean, you've never been this focused in four years. That's it hasn't even had time to really tweet. Oh, it's been great. Is it? So it's been good? I missed you guys. I miss being there. Well, you know, Chris and I are having a good time together. Yeah, we miss you. Ah, bopping around the hallways here at AA 1000. I agree. I listened to you guys every day Last week. Variations of Danny and Chris, Danny, Jesse, Chris and Jesse. Whatever the boil, whatever the case may be got up every morning and I did, like 6 to 8 miles, and it was already By the time I hit the road at 6 30 in the morning, it's already like 90 degrees. They've got the 1 16 there and we came back Saturday. It was 1 19 and 1 20 Saturday and Sunday. I mean, like, I love heat. That's hot man. That is hot. But it was great. I don't I've ever told you guys walks are exceptionally underrated. Where did you walk where they're like Nice hikes, or were you walking through strip malls, No strip malls. No strip malls. There were we went on a hike. One day we drove an hour and you go up into the mountains and it went from like 108. All of a sudden, it's like 86. And what a difference that was. And then it was about five miles up. And back, and we went to a place called Suicide Rock in Idlewild, California. And let me just tell you something, man. It said it was a moderate hike. I turned to my wife like Okay, This rock looks like you could jump off of it. I'm done. That's it, And she's like no We haven't gotten to the point where there's a sign. That's a suicide rock. And so we kept climbing up there and finally finally reached it, But it was good man, be able to listen to you guys and go out and do my walks. If I didn't do the hike that day, I did the height that day. The rest of the time I would go walking. There was two golf courses right there. So I had walked the golf course because it's so hot. Nobody's playing. There's nobody around. I literally saw very few people and so it was great to be able to just get out and put the steps on it. My goal was to get a minimum of 15,000 steps. A day and I accomplished that. So it was good. You know, I will say in some of the videos, I did see some of the great scenery in the background. You were there was like a majestic You know a beautiful What do you call it? A just gorgeous in the background of one Your video, Jack lives? No, it's okay. It was majestic. You your It's such scenic items that you're shooting a video in front of a jack in the box, So I was walking back. No strip malls right so well, so I walked All the way down to what's called Indian Wells Tennis Auditorium or stadium where they have the big tennis term of Boyle was there for his birthday back in March. And it is Beautiful, beautiful And so I'm looking around. And then as I'm coming back I don't know where I'm going. I just keep walking a figure. I'll find my way back to a street that I remember. And as I'm walking, I made a turn. I'm like that's a jack in the box. Now. Fat cap used to crush Jack in the box tacos. Have you ever had those crystal? Danny? You put in the little bag? It's great. Yes, exactly what I need you ever had. I never have They were and I didn't want like the deluxe taco is Jack in the box to Taco Place. It's a Burger barn side tacos in the little bag. I think it's like $24. Something cheap like that right now. They have, like a deluxe taco. That's got all this other stuff on it. Or they have, like Chris said the regular ones, and I think they're like 99 sets of tiny tacos. I'm looking at the tiny ones that Alig normal. Terrible size. Yeah, two tacos. What's the price? What's the price on that? Bob would surprise. What do ya got? What do you got? Let's find the nearest location there in capturing the little bag. It's all greasy. And yeah, they're not in Chicago anymore. They used to be at the corner of golf in Waukegan. Like Niles or Morton Grove. And so my brother and I would drive there Now. I think it's a Popeyes chicken there, and I'm not a fried chicken guy. But It, Wass. Jack in the box for a long time, and I remember distinctly Saturday nights late, we would drive over there, get it. I'm talking like 30 tacos to split and just try to house a moody 15 tacos in one sitting, yes. Did you even while you were out there? No, I didn't. My brother said to me, Why don't you send him that video? And he said Dude, you're on vacation. Go in there and buy like four of them. You don't have to get 15. But go and get a bag of they come to for whatever it's like dollars 79 is what I'm saying online. Okay, so I didn't go. I walked again in that direction too much. They do it now I'm not going to do it, and I didn't..
"burger barn" Discussed on KTRH
"Joint get national acclaim national coverage for their burgers started out of a school bus hello the short bus truly short bus over Montrose just south of west gray in the parking lot of a coffee shop in the owner Justin Turner would sit out front and hello microphone attached hello microphone in there any had a a CB radio just a little basic PA system you call out your your order I used to go over any before anybody knew who they were I mean some people melt but before they had all these write ups and all this did real well for himself open Bernie's burger barn burner Bernie's burger bus maybe at the Bellaire triangle and got a lot of attention they built the Bartlett built the bus into the restaurant kind of kept the whole thing open I think yes six locations now done close to finished wasn't the virus was a lock down and everybody reported a bearable guest I close because common Dante says stay close berries pizza Bernie's burger barn one after the other dropping and now the media reports are oh my god these were our favorites these were institutions it worked great restaurants closing you're surprised you're honestly surprised what about the surprises you when you tell a business to close down and yet they're using today's revenues to pay for expenses in the last month and two and they can't now cover those expenses because you have no clue how business runs and they finally threw up their hands and say I'm done guess what we will miss these local institutions more than their owners will miss the stress of running a business the common Dante has in her hands the ability to close over half of this community's businesses for good just keep him locked down even even Tilman Fertitta told the president it's all televised is it a four billion dollar a year company but at any given time I got a hundred and fifty million dollars in payroll that's coming due this already you do need to if you would like to remind you it's forty past the hour time.
"burger barn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Breaking news and what to make of it this is the Mike Gallagher show the numbers that have been put out there I think it is right in the American people on a model that you just run full out you can get to those numbers if you have a zero controls and you do nothing corona virus in America I think a lot of doctors our feeling that the worry that paddock about providers is the worst in the actual coronavirus for them when the relief sector dot com studios here's money I mentioned yesterday how a service technician came to my apartment the other day and guy about my age maybe a little older even it was no mask no anything no no effort to really stay six feet away comes into my home he was coughing a little bit which made me nervous Bob crane was allergies that you know you really do fight this battle this internal battle between being a wimp and a lot of people when I tell a story like this all year being a big baby Gallagher what you're so worried about I'm well I'm worried about getting out of a potentially deadly virus I'd like to be around for another thirty years call me crazy I don't want to be arrests are ventilator I don't want to go through an agonizing illness and possible death and a plumber or whatever plumber a cable guy or anybody they go into everybody's house go from house to house I don't know what he's got you know in the mask is supposed to protect me and what is cough and I'm thinking holy Callum emotional way I mean I I do the Gallagher inch if you if you say you'll see we do kind of the Gallagher I'm in public with you in the next couple of weeks anyway I do the little back and up thing I don't want to be near anybody just days think freedom more why don't breed near me join Hutch was telling me yesterday were somebody in South Carolina he went for it went to an outdoor burger place of forget the burger barn or something I don't know where he went and some guys started breaking out in a sneezing fit he said the whole restaurant stock it looks like they're all get ready to scatter Cuddy's guy starts sneezing anyway I thought about it I thought you know what and this is a great company United dot they've come to my house before guy does a good job knows what he's doing just becomes walking man and no mask no we got you know and I everyone else everybody's got a mask on everybody in Walmart everybody the grocery stores everybody's got everybody's got a mask so in comes the service guy wants to take a look at something no mask doesn't get six stay six feet away from me I keep edging back somebody just that we ought to talk the call of the Gallagher slink yeah that's what that's what that's about what it looks like the Gallagher slipped I just keep playing and I'm trying to back away and not look like I'm back in a way I should get one of those like a big hoop and just have like a big six feet ringing around me that you can't come you come into that space anyway I I just I just thought about it in a call or a listener wrote me a nice email she said you know Mike I have the exact same thing she said I had a it was a delivery guy that brought some stuff into the kitchen no mask no gloves dropped off the packages got kind of close to me she said frankly he looks so hot I mean you look like you wouldn't feeling too good and I'm sorry this these are both of the examples I'm giving our biggest out which companies that have policies and protocols in place so I got to thinking about yesterday I thought how do I go back to the company that sent the guy into my home and give them feedback without getting the guy in trouble I don't want to get anybody fired I don't want to get anybody in trouble I just don't show I I blocked my line I called in and I told them the story I said I don't want anybody to get in trouble I'm not going to tell you who I am I'm not gonna give you might know my address my number I'm not going to give you his name I just want for you guys to do you have a purse I said you have a policy so the lady very nervously gives me a graduate of the general manager he gets on the phone is nice guy and he says zero what can I help you if I told him I said listen I had a service call yesterday guy comes in older guy coughing a little bit and I it made me uncomfortable it makes me a little bit on edge I I'm trying to stay safe on taken my products I take my balance of nature I take supplements on exercise you have lost thirty two pounds right because I'm trying to to to minimize the risk of me getting desperately ill or dying from this virus I'm sixty years old so I said to the guy you protocols he says protocols we strictly follow every single CDC guideline for the service industry including masks we have gloves we have booties and we make sure that none of our people get within six feet of their customer Platt practicing care for social cash safe social distancing now I understand he didn't do any of this this guy didn't do any of it I don't want any masks gloves booties six feet nothing in Michigan and I mentioned some coughing a little bit honest to goodness I went to bed last night and I'm so nuts that I dreamt I had nightmares all night that that's where I got the code from from this guy and chances are I mean listen if I get it you're gonna you're gonna have a remembrance of what you did or where you encountered somebody were you very likely got the got a transmitter it's a very it's a very highly contagious virus we know that so I call I told the whole story the the the general manager sounded pretty pretty upset he said you can't can I please get your name can I please be able to sort of track this down I said no I don't want the guy to get in trouble I didn't say where when he came either I didn't want anything to happen to this guy seems like a nice man this is his job and his livelihood I don't want to get in trouble I just want them to reinforce the policy with their people he said I absolutely will do that I certainly you know promise you that that we will do that and we will reinforce it I said thanks because and and listen the next time I got to stop being a wimp I'm just gonna have to say Hey I'm sorry I I would be very much more comfortable if you would please wear a mask for my protection I am I mean I I I can't even imagine myself saying that I'm not that kind of person believe it or not I'm not but that's what I gotta start doing it's got to be on me if they're not gonna do it if they're not going to take the initiative to follow their own policies and procedures that I got to do it so you know I I it's me the guy I want to be safe from I don't have anything I I just don't I just hate making people uncomfortable I really do I go to the mail place all the time G. real neat lady young lady that's like the manager and she's she's real she's a real you know spit ball I mean she's already called she's a sparked fire issue yeah she's just real girl she's just real brash and you could tell very opinionated and early on in this I have my mascot I was at the counter and she said not now might could you please step back please we would you step back from the counter your little too close we deal with the public all day and you know and I was kind of embarrassed but on the other hand good for her she is dealing with people all day just want to get it you know what to text messages on this Mike if you don't say something to people you're just as guilty as they are for not adhering to protocols do your protocols listen they're not my protocols there the company's protocols they should have those protocols in place not telling the guy to wear a mask and stay away from you in your home and instead calling the company to complain is a punk move okay I'm sorry you feel that way I made it very clear I didn't identify the guy didn't identify myself I did feel like that it would be a good idea to to tell them to reinforce their own policy punk move you're a punk punk be careful not block you I got one little button here five.
"burger barn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Breaking news and what to make of it this is the Mike Gallagher show the numbers that have been put out there I think it is right in the American people on a model that you just run full out you can get to those numbers if you have a zero controls and you do nothing corona virus in America I think a lot of doctors our feeling that the worry that paddock about providers is any worse than the actual coronavirus for them when they're really factor dot com studios here's money I mentioned yesterday how a service technician came to my apartment the other day and guy about my age maybe a little older even it was no mask no anything no no effort to really stay six feet away comes into my home he was coughing a little bit which made me nervous Bob crane was allergies that you know you really do fight this battle this internal battle between being a wimp and a lot of people when I tell a story like this all your being a big baby Gallagher what you're so worried about I'm well I'm worried about getting of the of potentially deadly virus I'd like to be around for another thirty years call me crazy I don't want to be arrests are ventilator I don't want to go through an agonizing illness and possible death and a plumber or whatever plumber a cable guy or anybody they go into everybody's house go from house to house I don't know what he's got you know in the mask is supposed to protect me and what is cough and I'm thinking holy Callum Incheon away I mean I I do the Gallagher inch if you if you see me you'll see we do kind of the Gallagher I'm in public with you in the next couple of weeks anyway I do the little back and up thing I don't want to be near anybody just days six feet or more away don't breed near me join Hutch was telling me yesterday were somebody in South Carolina he went for it went to an outdoor burger place to forget the burger barn or something I don't know where he went and some guys started breaking out in a sneezing fit he said the whole restaurant stopped it looks like they're all getting ready to scatter he's got its start sneezing anyway I thought about it I thought you know what and this is a great company United dot they've come to my house before guy does a good job knows what he's doing just recaps walking man and no mask no yeah you know and I everyone else everybody's got a mask on everybody in Walmart everybody the grocery stores everybody's got everybody's got a mask so in comes the service guy wants to take a look at something no mask doesn't get six days six feet away from me I keep edging back somebody just said we ought to talk to call at the Gallagher slink yeah that's what that's what that's about what it looks like the Gallaghers slipped I just keep playing and I'm trying to back away and not look like I'm back in a way I should get one of those like a big hoop I just have like a big six feet ringing around me that you can't come near you come into that space anyway I I just I just thought about it in a call or a listener wrote me a nice email she said you know Mike I have the exact same thing she said I had a it was a delivery guy that brought some stuff into the kitchen no mask no gloves dropped off the packages got kind of close to me she said frankly he looks so hot I mean you look like you wouldn't feeling too good and I'm sorry this is these are both of the examples I'm giving our biggest stab wish companies that have policies and protocols in place so I got to thinking about yesterday I thought how do I go back to the company that sent the guy into my home and give them feedback without getting the guy in trouble I don't want to get anybody fired I don't want to get anybody in trouble I just don't show I I blocked my line I called in and I told them the story I said I don't want anybody to get in trouble I'm not going to tell you who I am I'm not gonna give you might know my address my number I'm not going to give you his name I just want for you guys to do you have a purse I said you have a policy so the lady very nervously gives me right away to the general manager he gets on the phone is nice guy and he says sure what can I help you if I told him I said listen I had a service call yesterday guy comes in older guy coughing a little bit and I would have made me uncomfortable it makes me a little bit on edge I I'm trying to stay safe on taken my products I take my balance of nature I take supplements I'm exercising I've lost thirty two pounds right because I'm trying to to to minimize the risk of me getting desperately ill or dying from this virus I'm sixty years old so I said to the guardian protocols he says protocols we strictly follow every single CDC guideline for the service industry including masks we have gloves we have booties and we make sure that none of our people get within six feet of their customer Platt practicing care for social care safe social distancing now I understand he didn't do any of this this guy didn't do any of it there weren't any masks gloves booties six feet nothing in Michigan and I mentioned some coughing a little bit honest to goodness I went to bed last night and I'm so nuts that I dreamt I had nightmares all night that that's where I got the code from from this guy and chances are I mean listen if I got it you're gonna you're gonna have a remembrance of what you did or where you encountered somebody where you very likely got the got a transmitter it's a very it's a very highly contagious virus we know that so I call I told the whole story the the the general manager sounded pretty pretty upset he said you can't can I please get your name can I please be able to sort of track this down I said no I don't want the guy to get in trouble I didn't say where when he came either I didn't want anything to happen to this guy seems like a nice man this is his job and his livelihood I don't want to get in trouble I just want them to reinforce the policy when their people he said I absolutely will do that I certainly you know promise you that that we will do that and we will reinforce that I said thanks because an analyst at the next time I got to stop being a wimp I'm just gonna have to say Hey I'm sorry I I would be very much more comfortable if you would please wear a mask for my protection I am I mean I I I can't even imagine myself saying that I'm not that kind of person believe it or not I'm not but that's what I gotta start doing it's got to be on me if they're not going to do it if they're not going to take the initiative to follow their own policies and procedures that I got to do it so you know I I it's me the guy I want to be safe from I don't have anything I I just don't I just hate making people uncomfortable I really do I go to the mail place all the time Jim real neat lady young lady that's like the manager and she's she's real she's a real you know spit ball I mean she's already called she's a sparked fire region yeah she's just real girl she's just real brash and you could tell very opinionated and early on in this I have my mascot I was at the counter and she said not now might could you please step back please we would you step back from the counter your little too close we deal with the public all day and you know and I was kind of embarrassed but on the other hand good for her she is dealing with people all day I just want to get it you know what to text messages on this Mike if you don't say something to people you're just as guilty as they are for not adhering to protocols do your protocols listen they're not my protocols there the company's protocols they should have those protocols in place not telling the guy to wear a mask to stay away from you in your home and instead calling the company to complain as a punk move okay I'm sorry you feel that way I made it very clear I didn't identify the guy didn't identify myself I did feel like that it would be a good idea to to tell them to reinforce their own policy punk move you're a punk you're a punk be careful not block you I got one little button here five.
"burger barn" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"You know the footage in the footage. She has both arms but she loses an arm and then she's like Oh my God and not only has she lost an arm but like she's she goes back to work in five days and the thesis of the episode is that she has been brainwashed by her boss to like not care for own safety right. And that's like the sort of thesis that's being presented in the episode and so all of a sudden this whole narrative that you have like the salt of the Earth folks taking care of the animals and they're going to be. The solution is entirely blown up as soon as allows you to come at. There's a similar thing that happens with with the character. Carol Basson also right where like in the first episode. She's the voice of reason and like my with my girlfriend and she was. She'd seen it already like it's it is a testament to the power of tiger king that I was like you know we decided to do this. On the PODCAST. I don't know if you you know. I mean it may be boring for you to watch again. I don't know if you WanNa yes absolutely. Let's watch it again right. You know that like and so like after the first episode I was like Okay I get it like Carol is being set up as like the voice of reason. She's the good guy she's the like you know the one she's us you know what I mean. She's our surrogate in the the telling you the story and Okay I like I get. I get the media manipulation. That's that's happening here. And she was like just keep watch in. Yeah because a lot of a lot of the things a lot of the things that you say and it's really more. It's really more implied than it is gone into in specific detail that like to certain extent when you consider all the all the various axes the kind of the intersection of all the various axes of you know kind of disadvantage That the characters are are call them characters that the people that that this show focuses on our laboring under to certain extent. Carol has it a lot better than Joe and her continuing to antagonize him. Even if it is sort of principled right Even if it is sort of you know at least on sort of principle based on like a disagreement over the ethics of the kinds of things. He's doing with animals that like you know. She is sort of punching below her weight and she's punching down. I guess is the phrase that that I I mean to say. And she's pretty relentless she and her husband are pretty her second husband are pretty are pretty relentless about you know Punching down and yeah like I I get that. He's threatening her and I get that like he's saying all of these things but to certain extent like it is the you know the the the violence of the way he talks. I really gives you gives lie. More or less to. The kind of the impotence is sort of cultural insignificance more than anything else except that this is America and everyone has firearms okay. I'm sorry. Continue where you left. Because that's one of the sketched out a list of what? I saw as the sort of axes to try to unpack here and I think to try to make sense of the overlapping and to arrive at a sense for like what is raw right because that seems to me like what the most difficult questions or most telling questions about this show is when you talk to people about what do they think is wrong and there are so many different things that are wrong that. I think it's worth to unpacked some of the different things that are that are that are wrong and some of the conflicts that are being thrown out there so the first conflict that I had on my list. And maybe if you don't mind. I WanNa go through some of these and you tell me what you think and maybe we can chat about it a little bit but but I think trying to organize my thoughts a little bit around. This show is hard coping without in watched it so the first access is the notion of sanctuary. The notion that that these are all people who have dedicated their lives and personalities and enterprises as they would lead everyone else to believe to providing a safe place and this is a safe place for animals and it is a safe place for people and one of the big things that cuts across all these themes is the over identification of animal of people people over identifying themselves with animals. People saying like okay. Oh Wow you know. I'm like tiger. I'm like the lion. I'm like the chimpanzee that is in the cage right or I see the animal and like I want to help the animal but I'm incapable of understanding other people or helping other people and I guess that's probably a little bit harsh also say. Is that the show I think? Runway that the depiction and discussion of the animals resonates reflects a Disney inspired clarity with regards to the ethical superiority of animals over people right like animals. Are there better their holier than US right like like? It's one thing to kill a person but to kill a tiger. That's bad right. Oh my God. Tiger got corona virus. That's terrible of course it's bad. It's GONNA transmitting animals. And it's stuck but like but it's sort of like there's but on top of all that okay. Is this notion that these people pull people close to them and drive their enterprises by promising that they are the ones who are going to play these surrogate parental roles to folks and provide them with safety pseudo parental pseudo clerical pseudo monarchial right I will provide you with the social contract or I will provide you with the refuge and you can tell that because I exemplify it here. And in this situation there is a vast array of greater or lesser betrayals of that. Trust whether it's merely this case of making somebody workers twelve hour day and not paying them in the case of Carol Baskin or like in the case of my personal least favorite guy doc handle right grooming a Harem of teenage girls that you live polygamous in a sex cult where you make them call you Lord And all sorts of highly highly reprehensible things right. But it's this notion that the thing that's wrong with that is that they are. They're purveyors of safety as a spiritual and personal concept and social concepts like the scene where Joe Exotic offers a trailer to the homeless woman. I wept broke down crying because like because it's like well you can work at the Burger Barn and I'll give you a place to live and she's so grateful right. She so grateful in that moment and I cried partially because I was already so emotionally buffeted around by all the horrible. What was happening and they were really truly beautiful in that moment of this person being helped. But you have to see that. The show really does interrogate these people as helpers and reveals them almost entirely to fall short of their own their own values in terms of how they treat other human beings let alone the animals. There's a big sort of CODA about how they'll treat how the none of the animals benefit from any of this conflict but how they treat the other people is really is really kind of what it gets out to access one is like. There's a huge problem of sanctuary and protection and that is running through this whole thing fair enough right any any any thoughts about that does that stir the pot it all for you guys did you. How did you feel about like Joe? I being presented as somebody who helps the sort of homeless drifter Oklahoma build new life but then is revealed to be like a sort of Predator above young boys and kind of a a young man as it were has got a men below the age of good sense. I suppose purveyor of drug induced dependency. That's another that's another accident. I don't want to get to just briefly you. You hit the nail the head and whip saw that you're describing there it is so disorienting and I think that's yeah you're right. This is one of the. Huge appeals of the show is that Your present at one thing you were given a completely different spin on things and it just keeps you. Winds Wash. More wasn't accepted. It wasn't the next thing my next assumption. That's going to be totally overturned. Yeah I think my my wife and eye animal purveyor in the show was the Miami Drug Lord Guy. Because I thought about why and it's because he doesn't promise anybody else anything. He doesn't problem with anybody else safety he's like. I love exotic animals. I love to have them. I don't follow the law. I make lots of money by doing illegal things. One of illegal things I do is ideal in exotic animals. Right in and it's like okay at the very least he doesn't appear to be like promising young people spiritual fulfilment by being his slaves right like. It's still sucks because he's murdering people and and dealing tons of cocaine and all this other stuff but it's like there's this aspect of sanctuary was one of the things that really rubbed me the wrong way about a lot of these folks again. Carol Baskin because I would also venture to say because she's a woman is an easy target. A lot of these guys are huge huge holes. Okay access to like pizza I want. I want to jump in on on sanctuary before you before before you get you know like next time meth but but like a it is like. I think there's a difference. I think you have to draw a distinction between what JOE EXOTIC DOES VIS-A-VIS QUOTE UNQUOTE. Preying on You know the the people who who come to him like and what does right like like. You can't tell seems to me to be like a serial co seems to be a sociopath you know like he. He's kind of seems to be sort of without empathy. Like doesn't you know really acknowledge other people or her animals or anything as like an ends treats them all as means and like and has a highly systematized sort of ritualized way of abusing them. You know and to me that's different. That's really different from from Joe Exotic. Who's really messed up? You know and like ask for a variety of reasons like life left. That guy life happened to that guy and he got super messed up without like a ton of resources take heal from ed unlike even without investing details of his biography. Like I'll I'll BETCHA dollars to donuts that like you know there's serious trauma and weird stuff and in his past and he assertive behaving you know he sort of behaving. He's not just he's not like deciding to behave like to me. This is the this is the the difference between the kind of the opportunistic like sociopathic one and and Joe Exotic who like is You know violent and misogynistic and you know all that granted and also got messed around by life. You know a great a great deal and I think to a certain extent like this accounts for you know. It's not just kind of Disney sentimentality. I think there is like an kind of natural thinking like there is a way to sort of justify the the idea that you know animals are different than people and I. It's that people. Don't I mean I guess this depends where you come down on on you know determinism and whatnot but like People can can decide how to behave. Animals can't right like there. There are a product of a set of instincts like no no no tiger wakes up and decides like Hey. I'm going to bite someone's leg off today because I mean you know I'm GonNa tear someone's arm off today like in order to be cruel. Like Tiger is acting You know in in accordance with Tiger Ness in accordance with like Instinct and and and genetics and all of these things and doesn't like doesn't form opinions in in quite the same quite the same way and this is I think like I think this is important. This this thing is important because like there is a There is a sort of natural feeling like animals ought to be treated well and the reason. I think this is important. Is that one of the ways. Discursive to legitimize your tiger. Viewing operation is to call it. A sanctuary you know rather than or and I was so struck by like or rescue is is actually the one. The one that that a lot of Self-righteous urban dwellers you know use these days. I oh I got my new dog the other day. Is She a rescue okay? It's not fair I'm GONNA pay right now. That's not fair and you just went over the Line Matt doing rescuing getting dog who has been abused and bringing into your home to take care of it to me. It feels like a bit different than like starting zoo where you're exhibiting exotic animals that you like buy at auction right like it's it's like the difference. I don't know there's just Pete Matt what you're trying to say is that there's a ton of virtuous signaling inherent in a vocabulary around rescuing animals. Yeah the mostly. The dog rescue world. As far as I know right is nowhere near ways. Problematic as this is a big cat rescue stuff that we saw on the show. I don't think there's this problematic at all. I'm sorry to offended up. I wasn't trying to equate to be so offended. I think I'm just emotionally exhausted from what I'm sorry for snapping. Don't worry about it. I can't I can't like no way. I can cash this out in a way that that actually you know sort of gets Gets a decent point..
"burger barn" Discussed on Thunder Radio
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"burger barn" Discussed on Thunder Radio
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"burger barn" Discussed on Hunting Warhead
"Nine are had been monitoring activity on child's play since taking it over. Warhead was no longer cresent on the site but his canary messages. Were still being posted like clockwork Argos. They were the ones who had to post these canary messages every month and we were obviously interested curious to see what they posted and we find it interesting that the beliefs actually are posting child abuse. Images they are spreading something that they are trying to combat as warhead Ben. Faulkner had designed his canaries in a way he thought was failsafe away that would prove to other users that he was still. In control of child's play they had to have two images of child abuse attached to this message because they thought that this is something the police come to foreigner was right sort of in many jurisdictions. Please don't have the authority to post child abuse images at least not that easily but our is an exception. I think collectively within this unit. We've been working for so long that we've identified the fact. The legislation needs to keep up with the way the offenders using and technology. That's John Rouse. The other guy. Hawkin met at the Burger. Barn is first trip to Brisbane. He's the officer in charge of Task Force Argos as well as as the units founder. So we've been very much on the front foot in talking to prosecutors the Attorney General's office and the government about the challenges that we're facing to successfully prosecute these people and we've been fortunate that not just from within Arrow quiz and police. It was but across gallium at this being support and an ear to help us do our job. I've been in the unit now seventeen years some the other Gaza Vein. Here's the same amount of Tom. So we've seen the Internet evolve into what it is today from Fax Modems and bulletin boards back in the nineties and we recognize that we we were deficient in legislation in the early two thousands and in fact we didn't have legislation that really clearly criminalized the images of children being sexually actually abused progressively over the years we've consistently sought new laws to help so so for example when you're dealing with a network of offenders luckily on in this board we now have a legislative provisions that criminalizes the fact that I network it criminalizes collectively using tool to Addresses it criminalises. If they share information about handed fate law enforcement all of those things are criminal. Offenses is here in Queensland. And that's why you hit any country that we have the powder dimond the passwords or commit criminal offense and that's the kind of tools you need to build a do Joel and that job sometimes entails breaking the law in order to enforce it we have management bold with a judge sitting on that judge gives us authority to commit certain ranges of criminal activity so L. legislation allows shooting the identities of both children in offenders. It allows us to infiltrate TYCO networks like this. It allows us to you in instances where it's required to share Charlie exploitation material to keep your membership. If you don't do it well immediately you'll take as a police officer it. Similar to how undercover officers can sell or buy drugs when they're going after a drug cartel you doing the same thing that criminals do to achieve the objective of dismantling and destroying a criminal network. We're not producing latasha material. They are the ones that are producing using it. They're the ones that are circulating around the world where taking it and under certain rules we are using it if it can possibly. That's it's it's the only way I can put it for good account fixed. What happened to the child in that picture but I can use affected that peaches being circulating the globe for the last ten fifteen twenty years? Some good to stop the further abuse of child.
"burger barn" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"On the different burgers while the outlaw burger barn. on main in magnolia. I I love the name yeah all right he jumps out at you Ricky thanks for your call I've never heard that one called in before he kills himself. I mean think about it. it's going to be part of the advertising done we kill him does your freshman this David in freehold you're on New Jersey one one point five. how you doing guys okay. Charlie's invaded. high end but has one of the best but I I've been in the business a long time and this guy makes nothing but brisket and short ribs. the hamburger and it's one of the best to get a little pricey but take your wife did you enjoy it so it's a it's a higher end restaurant certainly not a bar or casual restaurants higher in place. absolutely. okay your phone sterner David thanks your call they start to go school wapiti on us. and on the parkway your New Jersey one one point five. Hey guys I it on all right Andrew. some calling for it's it's called a real good and he's from select. and they have yeah Ruger's A. R. O. O. G. A. as. Jamaica yeah he yeah. and yeah okay what what makes him the best there's a lot of cheese burns out there my friend. yeah there are but there's one that you know if you're if you have an open mind on trying new things one on their menu that I go for every single time I go it's called the peanut butter and jealousy. and what does this have on her. in a broader strawberry jam. chatter. on a brioche bun. I'll pass or all of them like that are all of them kind of like gourmet burgers with your call. yeah they they've got a couple different kinds of they have like your traditional brokers and even there just traditional like straight up cheese burgers delicious I mean anything on the burner menu is amazing but that one's my favorite so if you're gonna make a cheese burger at home you just grown or whatever what kind of cheesy thrown on. for me it's always either pepper Jack chatter. I don't know I had so many brothers and pepper Jack yeah and thanks for your call. Gerry and how Pat con you're in New Jersey one one point five. I don't guys are Gerry you mentioned groups fabric hands down the best cheeseburger I've ever had everybody raves about what makes it so great as it is so juicy and that and that's the meat is fresh cooked on a laptop we're a little made to order you know that day thank you going there at lunch time you don't get there early enough this is their way our our net jabber because everybody hates out. Jersey transit has the offices around there how long is cruise been around it I'm but don't quote me there then at least eighty something that they're a mainstay in the work all that I have been divers bait for a St Patty's day parade in a corner wrap it up nineteen thirty two and while okay of doing just look that up nineteen thirty to there with varying Gerry thanks for your call there you go I got to go there you take any notes on this. okay I'm taking for you okay so I mean cruise has to be at the at the top of the list causing any time we've ever talked about this over the years crews get called gets called in by at least one person if not more and I it's kind of a glaring omission in my burger to. now here's the thing when it comes to a burger comes with cheese burger. do you notice is always a restaurant often a bar tavern right yes do you notice it's never ever a diner. do diners just not I mean diners are great diners it's it's New Jersey but you diners just never offer like a really outstanding burger is always just like a like a burgers burger kind of thing now you notice so anytime that this comes up nobody ever brings up with Iraq in my brain for a diner burger I'm sure you get plenty calls now or or emails that this time has the best burger yeah I wouldn't day I mean I like I like is a challenge but yeah I mean if one does but you never hear that it always is the alcohol is it just because you're out drinking in one some casual food at a bar burger always seems better to me like a barber you're always seems like it's gonna be tastier than a restaurant for. okay. trying to think of some of my favorite burger places will Cassville tavern in Jackson at the tavern sure fire grill in the bar to get that's a I don't think that's a that's not a bar though yeah I don't know that you're gonna have a really good cheaper damn there's a place called used to be called millers and what is that Clinton township or is it Annandale somewhere around there but now it's called crimes. good burger but all the food is going like everything a good from that place John in Manchester your New Jersey one one point five. yes is it Firebirds in Amman it's mall. fire. Firebird. is it is it like a is like a retro restaurant like like it looks are nineteen fifties stuff or not at all. it's actually chain restaurant they have like thirty five locations across the country there's one in the the mall as long as one in Morristown as far as New Jersey goes and the thing that makes servers addresses that it's cooked over a wood fired grill I would like to. I was like.
"burger barn" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Forty eight I'm John rivers on New Jersey one a one point five. the Jersey one a one point five instant weather we've been seeing four to six foot ocean waves crashing ashore along the jerseys beaches today thanks to hurricane Umberto about six hundred miles away but keep in the entire Atlantic churned out high risk a dangerous rip currents continues at this afternoon meanwhile weather wise we've had some sun and a few clouds still on the cool side with highs in the upper sixties to around seventy this afternoon and tonight we get that perfect radiative cooling cocktail clear skies a dry cool air mass was gonna get pretty chilly many low temperatures in the forties if you're closer to the coast our urban areas you'll be in the lower fifties tonight sunny skies tomorrow and still feeling like fall for one more day highs in the lower seventies we're back to eighty degrees on Friday as a windows shift helps with a warm up mostly sunny and the weekend is looking great nice and warm lower to mid eighties for Saturday and Sunday from the Edison heating and cooling weather desk I'm chief meteorologist dans Erro east Rutherford sixty nine vinyl in seventy two Edison seventy fast traffic an instant weather every fifteen minutes on New Jersey one a one point five. the Jersey one oh one point five caught this silly national day every day for every line any piggy back then too and it's like I can't remember what else today is but it's always like at least three other things when you know national pocket lint day and then it has to share it but it's national cheeseburger day is bill put it so we can all get behind so where's the best cheeseburger in the state of Jersey Ricky in Glassboro you're a New Jersey one a one point five. breaking a rickety not regain America okay god what happens I'm the best place I got in the plate in Vineland called outlaw burger barn and a butcher shop right next door he'd make you don't need to get some fresh delivered. two three times a day wow alright only put your own like a lobster tank the only kind of cool you start it. it does all kinds of dot the ads banana peanut butter burgers.
"burger barn" Discussed on Trivia Buff Radio
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"burger barn" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Guy who inspired the movie, the sandlot. He's a real life kid. It went over the fence and Ralph radio. Flier. And he's, he's Willard Scott Evans with us say Scotty. How are you, sir? I'm doing very well. And I would be in, in bad shape. I didn't. My mom asked me to kill you which is she is an east coast of Florida, and in the amalgamated order of Tim Conway fans. So I wanted to tell you that. Oh, that's pretty cool man teller. Thank you. I really appreciate that. Now, you are you and you inspired the movies the sandlot and radio. Flyers. That true. That is absolutely true. How'd you do that? Well, nineteen Seventy-three let's start at the beginning, nineteen Seventy-three in California. We just moved to, you know, to the valley from Culver city. I was eight years old. I was eight years old man. There was one. Bitcoin seventy-three. Well, no, you're right. Bob Hope and Crosby on the valley or something like that. So, yeah, so we, my brother was two and a half year years older than me, still is. And I went out to make friends just like you see in the your mom had to do that, right. Yeah. Go out and make some friends get dirty because it was summer when we got women moved there. So how old were you in seventy three? Eight years old. I we're about same age. So I went and watched a bunch of kids playing baseball. And the somebody pitched the ball, somebody hit a ball and that ball, flew into the backyard of a neighboring house. And because I wanted to make friends I said, I'll get it something. I didn't know and that there was a big big mean dogs over the fence protecting the bachelor. So, yeah. Endeavoured to have them late. Their fingers together boost me up to the wall over the six foot wall, and, and I grabbed the ball and ultimately had to pickle the beast. When it broke the chain. To a post. Oh, yeah. The dog at you. The dog got me on my left about two three inches above my left knee on my by still have the scar die of the scar to the side of the silver dollar. Wow. Yeah, that's back in the old days where, you know, you don't get a plastic surgeon to put that together for you. You just get a guy who has three months experience in the emergency room. Well, actually, that's probably the case, because my mom was somebody ran down to down the street. Got my mom, and we got a seventy two white on beige VW bus love those buses. Oh, yeah. And then the fighting door opened up in up to panorama city to Kaiser hospital. I'm sure you know where that is. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That's the Kaiser was the only thing out there that time. Yeah. And then the so. Yeah. So I so I got the stitched up went back home. Got on my bicycle and around the block and tore my stitches and it was back into the bus and back to the hospital gets pissed up again. I remember back in one thousand nine hundred seventy three I was ten years old and in our house, when you turn ten you are allowed to get a ten speed bike, and I waited from, you know, when since I was seven eight nine I was counting down the days when I turned ten I can get a ten speed bike man, when you get that first ten speed bike with the curled handles the little tiny seed. And you, you know you're you're using all the gears you drive. I, I got it for Christmas. And I wrote that thing around Christmas morning, nobody in the valley. Drove back then on Christmas day, everybody stayed home and I was the only guy on Ventura boulevard and I remember driving all the way down to recede. A boulevard from Balboa, and then all the way back without seeing a car, and one of the great memories of growing up in the valley. Well, I'll tell you with a lot of fun. My mom worked at the, the on occasion, take the bus. So we would take the bus out to north fashion center. Oh, the oh, yeah, it was great. And we were we were bullied kids, my brother and I, you know, we didn't always have the twenty five cents at took. So fortunately for us. The drivers would take pity on us and just say, hop on kids. Let's go. So it was a whole different world. And you remember taking the RTD, do you ever take the RTD to Santa Monica to go to the beach? Bo. Yeah. So I had to take that to sprint. And seventh I think, and then you take the transfer and sent out to Santa Monica, we used to take ours from the valley. It was from Balboa and Ventura. We took a bus to sepulveda's and Ventura, then one to Westwood and then Westwood to the beach, and we got up at six in the morning to do that to get to the beach by nine thirty or ten. It was a big, you know, a long day. And then after you're on the beach all day, you go to orange Julius which was on third street, and you get an orange Julius and you get back on that bus for another two hours, and that, and we did that at age, twelve I would never allow my daughter at twelve to get, you know, take to transfer is on a bus. No, not at all. Oh, by the way, question, did you have them put a raw egg and your? Orange Julius and that was an option. You're right. With that. I forgot about that. So how did people did you know, the director and the writers and everything those are all family members? Right. Right. So my brother. Okay. So that happened in ninety seventy three twenty years later, he wrote a movie called radio flyer. Which was about our childhood, right movie. Yeah. Thank you, Richard Donner directed, it is life Lawrence Schiller, daughter, produced it. And my brother wrote it was one of the producers, and that was that was a Bill seminal moment. My brother and me. Because when I read the screenplay. Was the first time I've ever read a screenplay 'cause he was living with me after college, you went to lawyer amendment university, and he had nowhere to go when got gotta call. So, I was I was a tradesman air conditioning contractor had a house in a wife and a kid one on the way. So anyway, he came to live with us. I remember that you wrote this. So I wanna spend three months, I can stay with Scott. Sure. And three years later, he produces this God. Yeah. Exactly. And live with you years. Yes. What a scam. So he we get along really, well even to this day. So, so you were you were you inspired radio flyer? But also sandlot, but there's but the coin days is the is the, the book out, right? Right. So I decided, because people would always ask I mean, they seem so real so Americana the nostalgia for, you know for the law in radio. Flyer, it seemed that people really connected with it at a visceral level and a real level because a lot of people have had abusive childhoods, and they people would watch these movies, and they'd be like, wow, that almost seems real that's me. And I started realizing well, it Israel. It was me, but I'm happy to show all the stories that led up to the making of those movies. And that's what my memoir, the first ten years of my life, 'cause the second book is coming out what happened to Bobbi. Yeah. Anyway, so quantities. Yeah. So that's, so that's how that came about. I decided, I'm gonna just tell the truth and got together with my brother. He says, as long as what you tell us the truth, go ahead and. There it is. That's cool. Scott with us. I inspired radio flyer. And also, the sandlot to really cool movies, and now has written a book called Pacquaio's days, but growing up in the every time we talk about the San Fernando Valley and growing up in the San Fernando Valley. We get tons of Email people saying, oh, yeah, I forgot about that. I forgot Malibu grand prix or pup, and taco, all of the great places that were such a, a staple in the San Fernando Valley and growing up in the San Fernando Valley seems eerily similar to growing up in the mid west. I've a buddy of my, Matt, money Smith and his childhood was almost exactly like mine, yet I grew up in Tarzana. And then later in, in, in, in, in the huge city of Los Angeles, yet, the valley was so Representative of the midwest, it was just the coolest place to grow up. That's right. And I the, the history. Research. You know, essentially the valley in particular I suppose the there's so many, cool things and look at the corner, for instance, Lakeview terrace requirement or Hansen dam. I look at this quarter it used to have a burger joint cold beat or burger barn and it was after in the late eighties. It was shut down. We used to go there for, we would walk their ride our bikes together burgers, and fries. Right. And, and that was a deal, you know. A lot of these places in the San Fernando Valley. They had those big yellow lights on in the summer to track less bugs and you'd go there and a Saturday night would be going out to get, you know, either Dairy Queen or Carville to get an ice cream cone, and sit around and your friends would meet you there. You know with their parents and the parents would talk in the front. You know, we all screw around in the parking lot, and that was a typical Saturday night. It was one of the coolest things ever. Hey, can you stay with us right here? Scott Evans is with us. He is written a book called pa- coin days, all about growing up in the San Fernando Valley. It's it was really a cool hang in San Fernando Valley. It has changed a little bit, but it's still pretty cool. You can find some pockets of the valley, that are still a pretty cool place to bring kids up and, and really filled with a cool families, and I find that bur Burbank is I the most. Like the San Fernando Valley was where I grew up. I it has almost all the, the, the advantages and, and very few of the disadvantages of growing up in San Fernando Valley. And I know I talked about, you know, at length by it's because the city does work. I almost everybody that I know in Burbank is a family that I know very few single people, they live in Burbank. It's usually mom and dad, I that are oddly enough still married have two three one two, three four kids, they go to public school a ride their bikes during the summer. We go to a public pool at Verdun go, you know, I pool for two bucks. The kids get him and can swim all day. And it's and if you grew up in the mid west,.
"burger barn" Discussed on Hello Internet
"This episode of Hollywood today was brought to you by nice steak. I have something to show you. I went onto the EBay. Okay. I did a bit of insider trading because I bought this before it was a thing. Four. A couple of books. Oh, wow. These bad boys. I've never even seen such a gigantic box of dinosaurs attack cards as heavy look if you open up, it's overflowing. Oh, my packs of dinosaur tax cuts. How does that even exist in the world that you'd have like unopened booster packs for times IRS, let me loads of PECS of them? Basically bought them before we did the show. So because I thought maybe the price was going to go up on EBay, so I hope bunch of packs, and when I got my wife said, oh, that's great. You should give them to gray as like Christmas present present or something. And I said, you don't know. That's pointless. So why I've actually been doing with them last week. I cannot tell you how much I've been enjoying this. Okay. I have been opening packs, and then putting random cards into envelopes and sending them to Tim's. Oh my God. That's amazing. That's amazing. So any teams that have given us opposed to address for patriot? I've been pseudo randomly selecting them and sending them to people, and I cannot tell you how much pleasure. It has been giving me it has been so much fun because I've been loving opening the packs and seeing what? And then it's this little feeling of being a little bit like Father Christmas shoes age to put in different envelopes and sending it off to someone and imagining them opening up and think you are wonder what they'll think of that cut. And I'm genuinely thinking that person's lucky though, got really good Kurth. Like, oh that person's unlucky. They've got. That's not quite as good is been so much fun. He's been so much fun. And I've gotten really into opening them, shall we open one. Now. See what we yes, I'm my God. Yes. No. Of course, you have to open one now Brady, let me get two packs because the PECS actually come in either red or blue would you like to open, the red or the blue pack. Let's go with blue. I think. Yeah. I like the blue one with the Broncos sore. That's cool. Let's do that one. I like the pack better to I'm going to open up. Here we go right Gray's watching on the camera. Now, the first thing you notice when I open. Is these pegs still Lisa from lot? Nineties or eight. Look what year eighty eight ninety ninety eight this pack nineteen eighty eight. Oh my God. And you'll see what open at it's still got the gum. Still got the bible government there. Okay. All right. I can smell it. I can smell it from my childhood. It's lost to the smell the smell. I'm not going to twelve thirty one you out gum. Luckily, the gum is always up against the less important to me sticker card because you actually get the. Yep. There were stickers. I remember those stickers say we've got the pronto source sticker as you can see this to some remnant of the gum on the sticker there. But it's only the stick occurred that gets affected in this way. Fortunately for the serious dinosaurs attack collectors those looking to receive mint cards. It's just the sticker that's being damaged like that is lucky for the halls of history that we're going to be preserving the actual proper cards without the gum against them. So let's see what cards. We got. Are you excited like I legitimately mix? I I don't often think this way, but. This is a surreal moment to imagine trying to explain to a child may like, you know, buying these in the local stationery store on main street, and I like zap in from the future me like, hey, kid. Let me tell you these cards. It's not just now going to be in your future. All right. What are they Brady show me? One was the first one on the top. So first of all we have number twenty one fast food frenzy. Oh, yes. Burger barn. The alternate universe. Mcdonald's being good act. Not one we discussed on the episode night is an ironic..
"burger barn" Discussed on Welcome to Night Vale
"Be opening our doors for one hour every weekday between two and three. That's all we have to give them motionlessly right now. Self care. We would like to see you again, though, just to hear your voice, we hope you've been doing. Well. A little drunk and it's late. I mean, we just got done watching Carol for the third time in a week. Then you haven't really been posting on social media lately. So we just wanna know what's going on with you. Again, no pressure. No strings attached. And if it gets crowded, you could always take in number as usual, but the DMV wants you to know whether you're number nineteen or ninety nine you're always number one to us. We miss you. We miss you. Listeners were here live at dark L records. And the fundraiser is getting off to a great start people are buying shards of records. They dug out of the ground. There's a cake with thick black frosting and undulating tendrils looks delicious. There's an effigy of the burger barn. Glad town records express with a lot of long pins sticking out of it. And at the center of all the excitement is dark L owner herself Michelle win and her girlfriend, Maureen what a treat. Hey, you to want to say Hello to all of night Vale. That's weird. Michelle sent me a text right now while simultaneously staring unblinking Lee into my eyes from three feet away. Her tech says we heard the spot you did for burger barn. Glad town wreck x and we are not speaking to you at this time. Please leave life party. See so. Oh, I get it. Oh, no. This is a simple misunderstanding. Michelle see in radio journalism. We have a moral responsibility to play ads and make lots of money. I see where you're confused does that help clear things up? And Maureen is pouring iced coffee, all over my laptop. I'll go find a towel. While you go to the weather. We do. Ourselves. The mission. See the in the stomach. I think that's your secret. Dancing. Is. St. Benson. Two. Sleeping.
"burger barn" Discussed on Welcome to Night Vale
"Hey, Jeffrey Craner here for exciting things. I'll try to be quick. But these are really good. And you don't want to not be missing not hearing these one volumes three and four of welcome tonight. Ville script books go on sale may fourteenth twenty nineteen. These are titled the buying of lot thirty seven and who's a good boy, they cover episodes fifty three ninety and also include our live shows, the librarian and the investigators preorder now at welcomed Nightingale dot com slash books to we're right in the middle of our European tour with shows left in Utah Cologne. Berlin, Prague and Warsaw at the end of February. We're taking spy in the desert across the US with shows in New Orleans, Tampa Austin, Houston, Dallas, boulder, Albuquerque, Phoenix, Anaheim, San Francisco and Portland. Get tickets now at welcome tonight, failed dot com slash live three to hear one of your songs and welcome to night. Vale? Submit your song to be the weather on an upcoming episode read the full submission guidelines at welcome tonight. Bill dot com slash weather. Hurry, though submissions close on February fifteenth. Four last. Call for our sick limited edition, twenty nineteen Valentine's Day cards, and stickers. Head to welcome tonight. Bill dot com and click on store. Thanks for listening. And hey nice hat. The prison of your own mind is undergoing budget cuts. Welcome to night Vale. Today. I'd like to open the show with a statement from local business owner Michelle win. An insidious presence has invaded our town that presence is located in the night Vale mall, and it's called the burger barn. Glad town records express. I've seen you shopping there night knightdale, and I want you to know you're all murderers with the figurative blood of independent record stores dripping from your hands. No, no, you'll say that isn't figured if blood Michelle its littoral barbecue sauce from the black Angus barbecue bacon burger, and it's delicious you'll keep blathering on about how burger bar. Glad town records expressed keeps thick juicy beefburgers layered in between their albums. See you can flip pass them an impulse as you shop. It's so convenient. Well, you know, what convenience is another word for laziness when you come to my store to dark hour. We'll record you have to earn your music. Our extensive underground section is kept literally underground. And you have to dig random holes in the dirt to find it. We don't provide you with a shovel. You can't even bring your own. You must use your fingers, broken, knuckles and fingernails peel back to the quick are the sign of a true music lover. Sometimes you won't find music. You think you like? But then you realize that the rhythmic grunts and scrapes a bloodied. Hands into rocky earth is itself music. Anyway, come to my fundraiser tonight at dark L records. It's a party and parties of the worst. But I don't have the money to pay my bills anymore, and it's your fault. So just show up and do the right thing or go out of business. Okay. Thanks, michelle. A radio station is doing a remote broadcast live today at the save dark our fundraiser. We'll do some interviews, and they'll be live bands. And it should be a lot of fun hope to see you down here night Vale comb show your support for local small business. But first a word from our sponsor. Today's program is brought to you by the burger barn. Glad tone records six press. The popular franchise mash up had its grand opening only three weeks ago, and is already a booming success from their regional frosty. Tree. It's like the cactus thorn moult to their wide selection of best of compilation albums. There's something for everyone at food barn. Glad town records express and by popular demand. There's now extra fry sauce on everything including the bluetooth headphones. You don't even have to ask for it. You have to ask if you don't want fry sauce, and you have to give a good reason why not like a assigned doctor's note. Burger barn. Glad town records express, your community, entertainment content conglomerate and now a public service announcement. Hey old friends corporeal humans corporate cook boreal humans. Former baby's future corpses. This is Deb a sentient patch of Hayes speaking for department of motor vehicles. We know you haven't heard from us in a while. But we haven't heard from you. Either relationships are two way street so to speak. I know there's been some tension in things have gotten a little weird between us no need to get into that right now ever again Spar as we're concerned. But if you wanna come over sometime and just talk just say, hi or anything that the department of motor vehicles will be
"burger barn" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"That's time sandwich means an object sandwiched between two other objects so is even if it's the heal the bread it's a shitty sandwich but it would still be a sandwich on technicality and so when i say i've been eating poop sandwich without the bread for many years it's not really a sandwich because there's no it's not so much as you've been eating poop yeah yeah what if you have two pre pieces of buttered bread are you eating butter sandwich or just two pieces of bread now you're not it's not it's not a sandwich i think you need to different things going on that's just host chasse toasted yeah just two pieces of toast on top of each other i think bread and butter is underrated like some really good bread and and some butter you hungry i'm always hungry right what's your favorite food nothing really jumps out i mean okay i'll say this like you're from massachusetts right a mess uses in georgia calva combo and pizzas big on the east coast pizza is a standard i think to i mean that's always go to bill can't help but say pizza yeah but i do judge restaurants a lot by their chocolate milkshake you know so i'm listening if they're doing if they're doing something interesting entrance hell they make it right this down is it in the big silver cups with an actual milk shake machine oh where did they just get some milkins then they give you the extra extra tastes so so much better race though low than sitting in the cold cup you know and that's that's essential that's showing extra effort and did they use chocolate ice cream and chocolate syrup or just talk nice cream or do these vanilla ice cream chocolate syrup and then so you know there's a lot of oxygen better that kind of down on chocolate you can't mix too many things at one time there's a there's a place in vegas i went to like burger bar burger barn i think has like a sixty five dollars burger thing was amazing it was it was it was worth it oh yeah it was totally worth it yeah there was a mutt but they they had a shake that you could put like anything you want and to it and my friend katie hogan she went she went to ham on this thing and and i was like you just killed all the flavor because you mixed i i know you're excited but you mixed way too many things the other windows a milkshake just become a blizzard you know because you've mixed to me saw oh what about like when a little kit yeah that's true or like when a little kid just ends up with a soupy like bowl of mush like he's ice cream in the middle of my kids like they'll you know they'll put a bunch of toppings on it or if we go to one of those yogurt place yeah that played the most disgusting things on top of their ice cream and i'm like what is wrong with it happened yesterday my daughter turned ten so.