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Ethnic group of Louisiana, U.S., and eastern Canada

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Dining on a Dime
Celebrity Interview Update, a Trendy Restaurant Concept, & an Iconic Foodie Destination Expands

Dining on a Dime

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2023 55:50


Guests:Joe Brown, Brennan Foxman, & Bill Beck Synopsis:We begin our show with Joe Brown, Executive Chef and Culinary & Food Bank Director for Harvest Cafe & Abundant Harvest Catering at Bethany Baptist Church.  Chef Brown brought his unique fusion of Cajun & Italian cuisine to the culinary community when he burst onto the restaurant scene with his first location for Melange. Brown grew his name & brand when major media took notice of the culinary community, and found himself within that notable group.  Some of the numerous appearances he made include TV shows like Discovery, National Geographic, & Food Network, as well as in publications like Ebony, Black Enterprise, & Health Quest. Unfortunately he had to close the doors to his restaurants in 2010, but his love of creating delicious meals for people still beat strong. As such, Chef Brown now leads the kitchen as well as inspires future generations inside Harvest Cafe.  In addition to that, he just published his second book, Melange: The Story, the Recipes, the Faith which you can tune in to hear from Brown as he dishes out all the details on this week's show!Next, we spiced up our show some more with WokWorks Owner, Brennan Foxman.  Foxman Founded WokWorks in 2013 as a brick and mortar store, and has since expanded into various neighborhoods throughout the Philadelphia area.  His most recent expansion, which he established in Philadelphia's Fishtown area, is the 10th WokWorks location and is his flagship store.  WokWorks offers a plethora of vegan, gluten-free, and meat-based dishes, all of which immerse your palate into their menu of richly complex foods, searing in the nutrients with a wok.  Brennan details these delicious techniques, and how he was inspired to open WokWorks with us on Food, Farms, & Chefs!Lastly, we took a stroll to the best Cajun-based restaurant that's not in N'awlin's!  That's right, we spoke with Owner/Founder Chef Bill Beck of Beck's Cajun Cafe which is located inside of the Reading Terminal Market! Beck's has been a favorite stop for Philadelphia neighbors and visitors to the area since they opened.  In fact, Beck's richly flavored Gumbo's, Jambalaya, and desserts are so beloved that if you ask where to get the best Cajun in Philly, there's only one name that locals answer: Beck's Cajun Cafe! Chef Beck joined us to chat about his menu and how this popular foodie spot has expanded, and now offers more seating and two kitchens.  Just make sure you stay tuned until the end because our co-host Gene Blum and Beck recommend (and describe) their favorites from Beck's Cajun Cafe tantalizing menu! 

Spider Two & Sfynktus
Global Circle Jerk - Spawn w/ Cy-gor and secret special guest(s)

Spider Two & Sfynktus

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2023 101:03


Damon Wayans, Violator ASMR, premium cable channels, return to tech tradition, Wanking For Wayne, Spawn/Lil Nicky conspiracy, Spider 2 tries to impress a girl with a Cajun accent, The Gator Farm and Swamp Donkeys, tricking your parents, Doom screensaver, half dead chihuahua, Billy Blanks Spawn reboot, the Toddfather, special commercial breaks, Djarum Blacks & scorpion ashtray, gay Van Helsing, Indiana Jones impressions, training montages, bad at karate, squatting at Michael Jai White's house, losing your virginity to a donkey, JRHNBN, gatorskin ninja PUA, trusting little Cyan, mega virus, creme de la batsoup, Spawn porn, Vincent Gallo and redheaded women, POGs, natural justice, Jon Benet Ramsey, neon green shit, Sfynktus mails Bill Clinton a color, legacy bands, what is the Brazilian wax?, Sisqo's Godsmack tattoo, Goth Crow era Sting, Spongebob Nickelodeon hotsauce, sissy hypno and JOI, sitcom talk, weekend satanists, and more! 

MetroNews This Morning
MetroNews This Morning 2-6-23

MetroNews This Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2023 12:38


Today on MetroNews This Morning:--The boyfriend of a woman charged with murdering an infant says there's more to the story---Lawmakers ready to consider a measure to allocate $105 Million in state funding for a battery plant in Hancock County---The Ways and Means Committee will meet in West Virginia today.---In Sports: WVU mashes Oklahoma and Marshall stumbles against the Ragin' Cajuns

Bobcat Radio
Bobcats Lose To Ragin Cajuns & NBA All Star Reserves

Bobcat Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2023 29:39


In this Monday edition of Bobcat Radio the crew of Paxton Graf, Orlando Smart, Gian Carlo Cacho, and Thomas Terry discuss Bobcat men's basketball away loss versus 2nd Ranked in SBC Louisiana, Bobcat Women's Basketball home loss against against SBC First seed; Troy , Rattler boys basketball dominance continues, and NBA all star reserve thoughts ! Catch BCR every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, live on KTSW 89.9!

It's New Orleans: Louisiana Eats
Recipes Lost And Found

It's New Orleans: Louisiana Eats

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2023 50:00


A recipe can be more than a guide to making food. On this week's show, we meet culinary detectives who are using recipes to unlock the past. We begin with the inspiring story of humanity preserved through recipes from the time of the Holocaust. Chef Alon Shaya joins us to share the story of a family cookbook he encountered while visiting the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and how it led to a collaboration and friendship with Steven Fenves, a man who survived the horrors of that time. Through their Rescued Recipes project, Alon and Steven have raised over $250,000 to benefit the same museum that brought them together. Then, we speak with culinary historian Gerald Patout, whose lifelong obsession with cookbooks led him to uncover a nearly forgotten tome: "The Lafayette Cookbook." As Gerald explains to us, there's really nothing typically Cajun in the century-old recipe collection. Due to his efforts, the book has been reprinted, and is now available to order via UL Press or First United Methodist Church of Downtown Lafayette. Finally, historian Miki Pfeffer joins us with tales of New Orleans' own Grace King, whose life spanned the period from before the Civil War to the Great Depression. She describes how this celebrated literary figure relished the art of dining and had a lifelong fascination with food. Miki's latest book is "A New Orleans Author in Mark Twain's Court: Letters from Grace King's New England Sojourns."

Eat Drink D-FW
Why this Dallas sushi chef knows the secret to great gumbo

Eat Drink D-FW

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 24:04


In this episode, Michelle Carpenter, Dallas chef and owner of Zen Sushi and recent James Beard semifinalist Restaurant Beatrice, shares how she honors the cuisines of both her Japanese and Cajun heritages. Then the Dallas Morning News food staff shares their favorite ways to celebrate Valentine's Day (chocolate, of course), and talks about Reba (yes, Reba), current tipping etiquette, and why cars keep driving into Dallas restaurants.

The Gumbo Show
Faimon's bedroom, gumbo balls, breakfast gumbo and more

The Gumbo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 24:07


We have a packed edition of the Gumbo show including Faimon's bedroom. It's hard to explain. You'll just have to listen.

KVMR News
Tom Rigney & Flambeau Bring Cajun Music To Nevada City

KVMR News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 9:04


Tom Rigney will be playing at the Miner's Foundry in Nevada City with his band, Flambeau, on Thursday, February 2nd, at 8:00 PM. News Producer Felton Pruitt spoke with him about old friends, the roots and meaning of Cajun music, and Flambeau's active members.

Off The Monorails
Ep. 51 - Resort Talk: Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside | A Review of the Resort History, Rooms, Food, Activities and Our Personal Experiences Staying There

Off The Monorails

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 70:17


On today's episode, we continue our resort series and cover one of our favorite Walt Disney World moderate resorts, Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside. This resort is one of the most relaxing on property and offers some pretty unique things. So take a listen and see why you just might want to book this resort for your next Walt Disney World vacation.Visit the Website: OffTheMonorails.comRead the Blog: https://bit.ly/3rdnoNYShop the Merch:  https://bit.ly/3NvKtUf[Follow Us]

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast
Bad check bounces another Mableton politician from municipal races

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 10:34


A second candidate for the upcoming Mableton municipal elections has been disqualified after his qualifying fee check bounced, Elections Director Janine Eveler said Tuesday. Henry Okafor, a boxing coach, was one of six candidates for mayor of the new city. He has been “removed from the ballot after his qualifying fee payment was returned for insufficient funds,” Cobb County said in a news release. Okafor joins Dr. Paul Chukelu as the second candidate in as many days to be disqualified over a bad check. Qualifying fees were $900 for mayoral candidates and $600 for council candidates, to be paid by cash, personal check, money order or cashier's check. Elections for mayor and the six-member council are scheduled for March 21. Okafor has until February 2 to demonstrate that the returned check was a bank error, the county said. If he fails to do so he will not appear on the ballot. A train was stopped on the tracks in downtown Marietta for about four hours on Tuesday afternoon. CSX cited a mechanical issue. The Marietta Police Department said the train was unable to move until the conductor inspected each car. Officers from the department blocked off traffic on Whitlock Avenue, as well as Mill and Polk streets. Some lunch-goers were forced to hop between cars to return to work from Marietta Square. The tracks cleared at approximately 5 p.m. Pope has again turned to a familiar face to lead its football program. Sean O'Sullivan, a 2004 graduate of the school, was chosen as the Greyhounds' new head coach. He replaces Tab Griffin, a fellow alum for whom O'Sullivan served as Pope's defensive coordinator in 2017. Griffin stepped down after the 2022 season, in which the Greyhounds went 1-9. In all, Griffin was 26-35 in six years at the helm. O'Sullivan, who comes back to Pope after spending the last three seasons rebuilding Centennial into a playoff team, is the ninth head coach in a program history that dates back to 1988. In three seasons at Centennial, O'Sullivan went 6-23, but he took a winless team in 2020 and rebuilt it into a playoff team this last season, going 5-5 during the regular season, including a 4-2 mark in Region 6AAAAA. He also spent the 2018 and ‘19 seasons as the coach at North Atlanta, where he was 12-9 and led the Warriors to their first playoff appearance in 23 years. O'Sullivan also has experience as an assistant on the high school level at Mount Vernon Presbyterian and Westminster, and on the college level at Southeastern Louisiana, Mars Hill and Delta State. At Pope, O'Sullivan takes over a program that has had only one winning season in the last decade and has not won a region title or playoff game since 2011. Following his graduation at Pope, O'Sullivan continued his playing career at West Georgia, where he earned four letters as a member of the Wolves' offensive line. He finished his career at Mars Hill, playing one season at left tackle. The Cobb Board of Commissioners averted another procedural standoff Tuesday night as Republicans JoAnn Birrell and Keli Gambrill agreed to vote on county business. The decision avoided a repeat of the board's meeting two weeks prior, when Chairwoman Lisa Cupid asked police to escort them from the dais after they attempted to abstain from voting on county business. But the two commissioners participated only under protest Tuesday, both remarking that while they intended to represent their constituents, they maintain the board is currently operating unconstitutionally. They reiterated that the county's effort to draw its own district lines under an untested assertion of “home rule” is in clear violation of Georgia law. And it hardly lowered the pressure in the room before a packed and raucous audience, as no more than a few minutes at a time went by that weren't broken by cheers, jeers, and applause. The meeting, however, devolved shortly after the first vote, as Gambrill and Birrell called into question the accuracy of the minutes of the January 10 meeting from which they were removed. More explosively, Gambrill went so far as to request a forensic audit of the county clerk's audio recording of those proceedings, “to ensure that the integrity of our systems are in place.” Gambrill and Birrell both said that in spite of what was recorded, they did not vote to enter executive session during the January 10 meeting (the vote appears in the minutes as passing 5-0). The minutes also did not reflect Cupid asking security to escort the commissioners from the dais after they continued to not vote. (County staff played the clerk's audio for reporters after the meeting. Cupid can be heard calling for a vote to enter executive session, which is seconded, and Cupid announces the vote as passing 5-0. The incident was not captured on the live stream of the meeting.) Gambrill's suggestions of malfeasance prompted sharp rebukes from her Democratic colleagues, particularly Cupid, who called it “nothing but a display of pomp.” Cobb Police were on the scene after a car went for a swim in the Chattahoochee Monday. The department's Underwater Search and Recovery Team responded to a submerged SUV Monday morning, according to a social media post. Police said the Audi Q5 drove into the water at Paces Mill and traveled about 750 meters downstream before sinking beneath the surface. “Divers entered the 46 degree water and recovered the vehicle back onto shore,” police said in the post. “The driver was able to swim back to safety and is being treated for their injuries.” Live! at The Battery announced its events lineup for February and March 2023, plus ongoing happenings like Girls Night Out, Freedom Friday and Silent Saturday. For tickets to these events, check out Live at the Battery dot com. February 12 will be the Big Game Bash. Live! at the Battery's Sports and Social Atlanta will be the place to be for an in-game experience full of games and giveaways. Football fans can watch the big game on a big screen while enjoying Game Beer Bucket Specials and themed cocktails. February 18 will be Mardi Gras Live! The entertainment destination is bringing the French Quarter back to Atlanta this Mardi Gras. Celebrate with Cajun dishes, an exclusive VIP low country boil, live music, entertainers and hurricanes all night long. General admission is $25 and VIP is $50. March 10 will be Live! at the Battery's first National Fighting Championship event. The action-packed evening will feature live professional and amateur MMA and Muay Thai fights. Fight attendees will have the chance to experience 12-plus fights in the NFC cage. There will also be fan-favorite drinks and an official after party next door at PBR. The event will be 18 and up with certain areas being 21 and up. March 17 will be Shamrocks & Shenanigans. Get ready to enjoy everything green at Live! At the Battery's St. Patrick's Day celebration. Guests can enjoy all the best Irish-themed entertainment, including signature drinks, green beer and live entertainment to help make St. Patrick's Day pure gold. Those looking for some basketball madness can enjoy games on the 32-foot LED TV screen as well. Ongoing happenings include: Girls Night Out with food and drink specials every Thursday from 8 to 11 p.m. Freedom Friday, which welcomes military personnel, veterans, first responders and public service members to skip the line, get free cover - credentials required - and enjoy drink specials every first Friday of the month. Silent Saturday, invites guests to grab a pair of headphones and get in the groove with beats from local DJs. #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews      -            -            -            -            -            The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County.             Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline            Register Here for your essential digital news.            https://www.chattahoocheetech.edu/  https://cuofga.org/ https://www.esogrepair.com/ https://www.drakerealty.com/           Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here.             This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group   For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com        See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bertcast's podcast
Something's Burning - Robert Kelly and Mike Calta Love A Good Tampa Cuban (Sandwich)

Bertcast's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 74:23


I'm joined by my #4 and #12 best friends, Bobby Kelly and Mike Calta, for some Cuban sandwiches and locker room talk   Follow Robert: https://www.instagram.com/robertkellylive Follow Mike: https://www.instagram.com/themikecaltashow   Get Season 1 of Something's Burning, brand new merch, and the full UNCUT version at https://bertyboyproductions.com/somethings-burning     FRIED PLANTAINS - Ripe plantains - Vegetable oil - Salt   1. Slice plantains at an angle into 1/2 inch pieces 2. Sprinkle plantains with salt 3. Heat vegetable oil on medium low; cook plantains for 7 minutes each side 4. Drain plantains on a paper towel before serving   AVOCADO SAUCE - Avocado - Sour cream - Garlic - Lime juice - Cilantro - Chili powder - Salt and pepper   1. Dice Avocados; place all ingredients in food processor and process on high until smooth   GARLIC AIOLI - Mayonnaise - Minced garlic - Lemon Juice - Salt and pepper   SPICY MAYO - Mayonnaise - Hot sauce - Minced garlic - Lime juice - Cajun seasoning   CUBAN SANDWICH - Bread - Mustard - Mayo - Swiss cheese - Dill pickles - Ham - Pulled pork - Salami - Butter   1. Spread mustard and mayo on both sides of bread. Add cheese to both sides 2. Add ham, pork, salami, and pickles to one side, then close sandwich 3. Heat skillet and season with butter 4. Toast sandwich on both sides, pressing down with another pan   This episode is brought to you by Ridge: go to www.ridge.com/burning to save 10% Thanks to Ridge for supporting the show   SUBSCRIBE so you never miss a video https://bit.ly/3DC1ICg  For all TOUR DATES: http://www.bertbertbert.com  For Fully Loaded: https://fullyloadedfestival.com/   Follow Me! Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/bertkreischer   Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/BertKreischer   Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/bertkreischer   YouTube: http://www.YouTube.com/user/Akreischer  TikTok: http://www.TikTok.com/@bertkreischer  Text Me: https://my.community.com/bertkreischer 

The Fowl Life
E289 Gator-Tail Presents The Fowl Life Podcast with guests Kyle Broussard and Charlie Judice

The Fowl Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 74:21


Chad is down in the Cajun Country of Louisiana and there are zero complaints! Kyle is the founder and owner of Gator-Tail Surface Drive Motors and Boats and Charlie is his lifelong friend who has been there since day one! The conversation goes in and out of Cajun culture, food and drink, hunting, fishing, and crabbing, business, friendship, and more! There isn't more culture in the world then there is in Southern Louisiana and this podcast touches on a bunch of it! This episode is brought to you by Gator-Tail Nation, Benelli USA, Federal Premium, Sig Sauer, Hi Viz Sights, The Provider Dry Rubs, Tony Chachere's, Banded Brands, and DEMERBOX!

Cajun Catholics
Cajun Catholics ft. Dustin Bertrand 1-23-23 (198)

Cajun Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 28:24


Cajun Catholics ft. Dustin Bertrand 1-23-23 (198) by Cajun Catholics

Lore of the South
E58 Tobacco Brides and Casket Girls

Lore of the South

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 31:11


Join us for E58 about when the English and French powers that be decided the best way to tame the new world was by importing wives for the male settlers.  We talk about the Jamestown Tobacco Brides and the NOLA King's Daughters aka The Casket Girls.  Then stick around to the end for a Patreon preview.Follow us on social media, for show updates and pics to go along with each episode. Wanna get in touch or order a t-shirt? Email the show at loreofthesouth@gmail.comThink I forgot to mention the PBS/UK series Jamestown.  It was pretty good. Think it was filmed in Romania, but the location looks pretty spot on to the real Chesapeake Bay Area.  Oh and give the YouTube channel Jamestown Rediscovery a follow, they're always coming through with new artifacts and such https://www.youtube.com/@JamestownRediscoveryWant to help support the show? Check out our Patreon where you get at least one bonus episode a month, where producer Mike and I discuss a topic.  Can't swing Patreon?  Please be so kind as to leave a fie star review and a few kind words on Apple Podcast and Spotify.https://patreon.com/theloreofthesouth?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=creatorshare_creator&utm_content=join_linkCitationsBranley, E. (2020, October 6). History of the casket girls in New Orleans. GoNOLA.com. Retrieved January 8, 2023, from https://gonola.com/things-to-do-in-new-orleans/history/the-casket-girls-wives-for-french-new-orleans The difference between Cajun & Creole. Visit Houma-Terrebonne, LA. (n.d.). Retrieved January 8, 2023, from https://explorehouma.com/about/cajun-vs-creole/ Google. (n.d.). Google search. Retrieved January 21, 2023, from https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=ursuline%2Bnuns%2Bin%2Bnew%2Borleans&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8 History of Jamestown. Historic Jamestowne. (n.d.). Retrieved January 20, 2023, from https://historicjamestowne.org/history/history-of-jamestown/ Potter, J. (2019). The jamestown brides: The story of england's "maids for Virginia". Oxford University Press. Wikimedia Foundation. (2022, December 18). David Paulides. Wikipedia. Retrieved January 20, 2023, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Paulides Wikimedia Foundation. (2022, November 15). Smoky (dog). Wikipedia. Retrieved January 20, 2023, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smoky_(dog) Womens History month: The casket girls. New Orleans Legendary Walking Tours. (2022, August 19). Retrieved January 8, 2023, from https://www.neworleanslegendarywalkingtours.com/blog/womens-history-month-the-casket-girls/ 

Insignificast
Episode 1439 (Beer vs. Baker)

Insignificast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 64:11


Ern finally stops talking about his cruise by talking about Ginger Baker and making the guys drink ginger beer.

Getting lumped up with Rob Rossi
Rockshow episode Willy ‘Mink' DeVille 171 part 2 with special guest Donna Destri

Getting lumped up with Rob Rossi

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 51:38


Willy DeVille (born William Paul Borsey Jr.; August 25, 1950 – August 6, 2009) was an American singer and songwriter. During his thirty-five-year career, first with his band Mink DeVille (1974–1986) and later on his own, DeVille created original songs rooted in traditional American musical styles. He worked with collaborators from across the spectrum of contemporary music, including Jack Nitzsche, Doc Pomus, Dr. John, Mark Knopfler, Allen Toussaint, and Eddie Bo. Latin rhythms, blues riffs, doo-wop, Cajun music, strains of French cabaret, and echoes of early-1960s uptown soul can be heard in DeVille's work. Mink DeVille was a house band at CBGB, the historic New York City nightclub where punk rock was born in the mid-1970s. DeVille helped redefine the Brill Building sound. In 1987 his song "Storybook Love" was nominated for an Academy Award. After his move to New Orleans in 1988, he helped spark the roots revival of classic New Orleans R&B. His soulful lyrics and explorations in Latin rhythms and sounds helped define a new musical style sometimes called "Spanish-Americana". DeVille died of pancreatic cancer on August 6, 2009, at the age of 58. Although his commercial success waxed and waned over the years, his legacy as a songwriter has influenced many other musicians, such as Mark Knopfler and Peter Wolf. https://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/08/arts/music/08deville.html https://open.spotify.com/artist/4I7KSNpB2zt6XTyCXw7ca9 https://m.facebook.com/WillyDeVilleVideos/ https://www.instagram.com/williedevilletv/?hl=en @RocknRoll @Music @Musician @songwriter @Singer @MinkDeVille @CBGB @band @NYC @Punk Park Dental Care 12419 101st Ave South Richmond Hill Queens (718) 847-3800 https://www.718DENTISTS.com Please follow us on Youtube,Facebook,Instagram,Twitter,Patreon and at www.gettinglumpedup.com https://linktr.ee/RobRossi Get your T-shirt at https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/gettinglumpedup And https://www.bonfire.com/store/getting-lumped-up/ Subscribe to the channel and hit the like button This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support https://www.patreon.com/Gettinglumpedup --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support

Cajun Catholics
Cajun Catholics ft. Jeffery Pollard 1-16-23 (197)

Cajun Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 28:24


Cajun Catholics ft. Jeffery Pollard 1-16-23 (197) by Cajun Catholics

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
1/16 2-2 John Paul Morgan!

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 25:00


The Ragin' Cajun!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Science Salon
315. David Bernstein — Classified: The Untold Story of Racial Classification in America

Science Salon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 99:36


Shermer and Bernstein discuss: the SCOTUS case on affirmative action and race preferences at Harvard and elsewhere • Elizabeth Warren (Cherokee ancestry — Bureau of Indian Affairs rejects?) • Tiger Woods: Cablinasian (European, African, Thai, Chinese ancestry) • George Zimmerman (Hispanic, half Hispanic, mixed-race, White Hispanic, White, or…?) • Rachel Dolezal (NAACP official, adopted an African American identity, though has none) • Kamala Harris (child of an Indian immigrant mother, father of mixed-African and European heritage from Jamaica) • BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) • ADOS (American Descendants of Slaves) • the biology and legality of race • the one-drop rule of race classification • the rise of modern racial classification • Hispanic, Italian, Polish, Jewish, Armenian, Cajun, South Asian, Arab, and Iranian categories • American Indians/Native Americans • race classification and reparations • How can we achieve a race-blind society? David E. Bernstein holds a University Professorship chair at the Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University, where he has been teaching since 1995. He has also been a visiting professor at the University of Michigan, Georgetown University, William and Mary, Brooklyn Law School, and the University of Turin. Known as a fearless contrarian, Professor Bernstein often challenges the conventional wisdom with prodigious research and sharp, original analysis. His book Rehabilitating Lochner was praised across the political spectrum as “intellectual history in its highest form,” a “fresh perspective and a cogent analysis,” “delightful and informative,” “sharp and iconoclastic,” “well-written and destined to be influential,” and “a terrific work of historical revisionism.” Professor Bernstein blogs at the Volokh Conspiracy (the leading law professor blog) and at Instapundit.com. Professor Bernstein is a graduate of the Yale Law School, where he was senior editor of the Yale Law Journal and a John M. Olin Fellow in Law, Economics, and Public Policy. Professor Bernstein is married and has three children of mixed Eastern European, Middle Eastern, and Spanish-Jewish origin. He prefers not to classify them.

The BBC Good Food podcast - Rookie & Nice
Let's cook together: Cajun chicken traybake with sweet potato wedges & chive dip.

The BBC Good Food podcast - Rookie & Nice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 4:22


Cook-a-long with Health editor, Tracey Raye, in this pause-anytime episode. Find the recipe at bbcgoodfood.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Luka Nation Network
PWCC Premier Preview & DREAM CARDS TO OWN - January 2023 w. Cajun Cardboard

Luka Nation Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 32:58


Luka Nation is a community of sports card collectors and enthusiasts. We're a series of YouTube shows dedicated to sharing our hobby collecting journey with you and hopefully inspiring the hobby community to collect what makes them happy. Your support is the glue that holds this network together and if you enjoy what we have to offer we'd love for you to share, comment and subscribe to our shows. We read all the messages and engage with the community on a regular basis. Please follow our shows on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lukatigerlebronpodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/cajun_cardboard/

Two Peas on a Pod
#81 Beef Wings, Cajun Food, & Revival Talk with some Louisiana Guests

Two Peas on a Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 56:16


We was down south for this episode today. We are joined by a group of friends of mine as we discuss alot of food well of course we're in Louisiana they're known for food. Then we end this episode with alot of talk about the Recipe for Revival, What is Revival, Do we need Revival and more. Join us today! Stay tuned for next week's episode on Tuesday morning, it'll be the 1st part in our New mini-series. Send us some feedback if you'd like at: twopeas21@yahoo.com

Cajun Catholics
Cajun Catholics ft. Anazia Andrus-Sam 1-9-23 (196)

Cajun Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 28:30


Cajun Catholics ft. Anazia Andrus-Sam 1-9-23 (196) by Cajun Catholics

Luka Nation Network
Are you a BELIEVER of Shai Gilgeous Alexander? - PWCC Basketball Recap - Cajun Cardboard

Luka Nation Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 44:27


Luka Nation is a community of sports card collectors and enthusiasts. We're a series of YouTube shows dedicated to sharing our hobby collecting journey with you and hopefully inspiring the hobby community to collect what makes them happy. Your support is the glue that holds this network together and if you enjoy what we have to offer we'd love for you to share, comment and subscribe to our shows. We read all the messages and engage with the community on a regular basis. Please follow our shows on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lukatigerlebronpodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/cajun_cardboard/

Two Ewes Fiber Adventures
It's a N-EWE Year!

Two Ewes Fiber Adventures

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 51:54 Very Popular


Happy New Year to our listeners! We have finished projects including a huge completion for Marsha. We've started some projects, plus some discussion about a new e-spinner. Full notes with photos and links and a transcript can be found in the podcast section of our shop website: TwoEwesFiberAdventures.com Join the community on Ravelry or become a patron and support the show on our Patreon Page. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Subscribe on Android or Subscribe on Google Podcasts Episode 200 Q and A: To celebrate 200 episodes and over eight years of podcasting, we'll answer your questions. Ask us about yarn, our lives, the meaning of life, Fibonacci, poodle grooming, or whatever… We'll do our best! Send your questions to twoewes@twoewesfiberadventures.com or use the Ravelry thread, or DM 1hundredprojects or betterinmotion on instagram.  Marsha's Projects:  Ben's Sweater: Whoohoo!! His sweater is finished! January Blanket: Handspun Manx Loaghton, 3-ply aran weight, 1,460 yards. Decided to add one additional 15 stitch repeat so I cast on 192 stitches. I went up a need size to #9 and have knit about 28 inches. Noromania: Bought 18 skeins of Noro Kureyon (Aran weight) to make a blanket for Mark. EEW 6.0 Electric spinning wheel from Dreaming Robots. Kelly's Projects: I finished what I set out in the last episode: the angel from the knitted nativity scene kit, a bumper for Minnie's wool cat bed, and a warp for Monk's Belt dishtowels. I started the Coloresque Wrap Erin Kurup using the Neighborhood Fiber Company rustic fingering gradient set Shades of Turquoise. This was a door prize from the NoCKRs retreat several years ago. I started this project as Stitches West knitting, but couldn't follow the pattern in that setting and gave it up. Then I lost the yarn for at least a year! It is really more of a wide scarf than a wrap, but it might block out bigger than it looks.  I've returned to working on the spirit yarn mohair vest. I will have A LOT of yarn left over. I think I could have made a Garter Squish blanket. Monk's Belt Weaving project: I am making dish towels rather than the placemats in the JST episode. I started with what I thought were neutral gray and brown and once they were put together they look a lot like lilac and orange. We talk a little about the way colors work in weaving and how the brain and preconceived ideas also affect the way we interpret colors.  Patreon Pattern Giveaway  A hearty, year-end thank you to our patrons! Your support has made our show better and our prizes more numerous. Message Kelly with the pattern of your choice ($10 or less). Thank you for your generosity. You've helped to build this community! Winter Weave Along October 1 - March 31 Transcript Full transcript available at twoewesfiberadventures.com Marsha  0:03   Hi, this is Marsha and this is Kelly. We are the Two Ewes of Two Ewes Fiber Adventures. Thanks for stopping by. Kelly  0:10   You'll hear about knitting, spinning, dyeing, crocheting, and just about anything else we can think of as a way to play with string. Marsha  0:17   We blog and post show notes at Two Ewes Fiber Adventures dot com. Kelly  0:22   And we invite you to join our Two Ewes Fiber Adventures group on Ravelry. I'm 1hundred projects and I am better in motion. We are both on Instagram and Ravelry. And we look forward to meeting you there. Enjoy the Episode! Marsha  0:42   Hi, Kelly, Happy New Year. Kelly  0:44   Happy New Year to you too, Marsha. Marsha  0:46   Yeah, this is the first time we talked I think since before the holiday. Kelly  0:50   Yeah. How's how's your 2023 been? Marsha  0:53   It's been very nice so far. Because I left New Year's Day for the beach. We went to-- Kim and I went down to the Oregon coast to Cannon Beach. And with the dogs, because the dogs needed a vacation from the stress of the holidays. Kelly  1:10   Only the dogs needed a vacation from the stress of the holidays?  [laughing] Marsha  1:14   Yeah [laughing] So it's nice. We had four nights down there. It was really fun. I don't know if you saw any of the pictures I posted but they had very high tides. So we couldn't really go to the beach in the morning like we normally do. We had to wait till the afternoon till the tide went out. So that was a little bit different. But it was fine. Kelly  1:34   I did see the one picture you posted where there literally was no beach. Marsha  1:38   Yeah, it was hitting the the rock wall they have along in front of the hotel where we were staying. And I actually thought, those really expensive, desirable homes that are right on the beach with a fantastic views? I don't know that I want to stay in one of those.  Kelly  1:54   Yeah Marsha  1:55   I liked being--we had a view. But we were not right on the beach. We were back. We kind of overlooked--It doesn't sound good, But it was it's actually fine--You sort of overlook a parking lot for the park. And so you're back at solid 50 yards probably from the beach, which made me--and we were up on the third floor which made me feel better. I don't think I'd want to be on one of those houses right on the beach. With the bedrooms on the ground floor. Yeah, not during this storm. And, and you're having storms down there too, right? in California? Kelly  2:26   Yeah, we weren't hit as bad as some of the surrounding areas. We but we've had--every time it rains we've had more than an inch, which is really unusual for us to, you know, to get that much rain at a time. We did have one day, it wasn't this most recent storm it was maybe a week and a half ago where the street flooded in front of our house, you know because of the slough, what used to be the slough, running through our yard and through the yards of, you know, all of the the neighbors. It comes right across the street, you know, what used to be the slough. You can see from above you know, it's comes right across our street. And so the street kind of dips down because of the the old slough having been there.  Marsha  3:18   Right  Kelly  3:19   And so that part of the-- that part where the street dips down floods and the, you know, especially if the if the city pumps for the stormwater aren't working properly, then it really floods. Anyway, it got high enough that it went above the curb and was flowing into the old slough in our yard. And so I always like it-- Robert hates when that happens but I always like it because I feel like I'm capturing stormwater for my own yard. Like yay! Extra water! But this year he was worried about it because he said, you know, he didn't want it to he didn't want that water to undermine his his fence posts that he had put in and that didn't happen. It, you know, was nothing huge. But there was some water runoff from the street into our into our little ravine and that hasn't  happened in a in quite a few years. So so yeah, we you know we we didn't suffer much at all. We didn't suffer at all from the from the storm. But like the beach in in the Capitola area, one of the old beaches that I used to, you know, the beach that I used to go to when I was a kid, their whole parking lot is gone. Just destroyed from the from the tides. Robert was showing me pictures this morning. And he's been really watching the weather and you know he's got the Weather Channel and all the places that he used to look when he was working at the agency and needed to keep tabs on what the weather was going to be for their generator system case power-- case of power outages and the storm water. So they could predict and, you know, because the stormwater goes to the treatment plant. Yeah, he was really-- well, he has been sort of obsessing over the   radar and all that. Marsha  5:12   Well and when I was at the beach he texted me that about the light fixtures on the front of the house that I helped him put them up that one time I was down there. And he was-- he put some extra wire on them I think, to secure them because he was really worried about the winds. Yeah, the reason why you got those new ones is the wind had knocked the old ones, had damaged the old ones. So he was really worried about that. They're fine though? So far? Kelly  5:36   Yeah, yeah, they are fine. The only-- his rain gauge, which is a five gallon bucket, the one day that the wind was so so hard I looked out the kitchen window, and this white plastic bucket goes flying across the yard. Oh Okay! So now he's got, he turned our, we have a like a, you know, that teak side table. He turned that upside down, set the bucket inside of the four legs, and then propped bricks around the edge to both hold the table down and hold the bucket firmly inside the table. He's got that sitting outside to measure so he can kind of keep track of the rain. The amount of rain. I measure it by the amount that's in the dog dishes. So I have a 12 hour rain gauge, you know, feed the dogs in the morning and when I go out at night and feed them again I see how much is there. Yesterday, it was about an inch in the 12 hours. It was pretty steady. And not hard rain, but pretty steady all day. Until yesterday afternoon. Today, we have a break. It's really nice. It's um, I can even see blue sky outside. So there was one day that it was so gray. It felt like nighttime all day long. It was  super unusual for us. So anyway, yeah, that's what's been happening here. Aunt Betty had her second cataract surgery and it went all fine. So now we're good. So she's, she's happy. She's able to see. She had a follow up appointment yesterday. So that's all good. So yeah, my 2023 is going pretty well, too. Yeah, well, mine is going pretty well, because I had a nice trip to the beach. And then I'll talk about some other stuff when we get to projects. So should we jump into projects? Or? Well let me just announce about the episode 200 As long as we're stopping for business here. So we are currently on episode 198. Coming up on episode 200. And so we're going to do for episode 200 a listener q&a. So we'll answer your questions. And we've got quite a few questions already between email and the Ravelry thread. But I put up a Ravelry thread where you can ask questions, or you can email us to us at Two Ewes Fiber Adventures dot com. Or you can message us, you know on Instagram, or you can use our website Two Ewes Fiber Adventures dot com. And there's a Contact Us page and you can use that to send us an email. Lots of ways for you to let us know what your questions are. And then we're going to answer them on episode 200.  Marsha  8:43   Try to answer! Kelly  8:44   All of them. Yeah. And I have been listening to some of the older episodes just kind of going back to refresh my memory about them. At first I was a little worried like oh I'm not sure I want to go back there and see how we sound. You know we weren't that bad Marsha.[laughing] I think we did pretty good. First. I just remember, I do remember when we first started, on every episode, Robert would go to work and he'd listened to it. Then the next day he'd give me a rundown. It helped us get better. I do have to say that it helped us get better. But sometimes it was not a welcome critique. [laughing] Marsha  9:29   Now do you remember? I'm kind of curious, like maybe I shouldn't even ask but I'm dying of curiosity. Like what were some of the critiques that that he would give? Kelly  9:37   He said I repeated myself, which I still do. When I edit sometimes I think oh Kelly, why did you have to say the same phrase three times while you were thinking of the next thing you were gonna say? He also said that I talk slowly. Like I'll be talking along at a normal pace and then he can tell that I'm thinking because I get really slow. So, stuff like that, you know. And then when we started actually recording together, he's like, You guys are much more interesting when you're recording on the phone together. So.. Marsha  10:12   Yeah, I know, I think that changed the dynamic a lot, you know, when we started recording together, but I still listen to myself and every episode I'm critical of myself. Like, I can't follow my train of thought. And I, and I make so many mistakes too, in terms of when I'm describing stockinette, or garter stitch, or making the garter Squish, blanket. like, Ah, god, sometimes I listen back and I roll my eyes, you know, but anyway, we're just human right? Kelly  10:52   Yeah, you need to be kinder to yourself, Marsha. Marsha  10:55   Yeah, yeah, yeah. Well, yes, I've been reading the questions, and I'm looking forward to answering them. Kelly  11:02   Yeah, it'll be fun. So do do. Send us your questions. And, you know, it could be about anything. So far, a lot of the questions have been about about our lives and our crafting and the podcast, that kind of thing. But, but yeah. Bring them on. Let's see. Marsha  11:27   All right. Okay. So projects. Kelly  11:29   Yeah, so let's go. I can go first. So last episode, I said, I had some plans. I did not have much knitting, but I did have some plans. And I can say that I did what I set out to do, I finished the angel from the knitted nativity scene. I did finish the star the knitting of the star. Now I just have to sew it. It's two pieces and then you sew them together and stuff it. So she's holding on to this stuffed star. So I didn't I didn't get it, but I haven't sewn it together and stuffed it but the angel part is done. I even washed her hair because the the yarn, the yarn that they had for her hair was wound around a cardboard. Most of the yarn was in little, little balls or cakes. And the yarn for her hair. I'm not sure why, was wrapped around a cardboard. And so where it wrapped around, it had like a kink. So her ponytails were very messy. Were curling all--just all different ways. And not curled. But like fish hooked, you know, like kinked.  Marsha  12:47   Yeah, yeah,  Kelly  12:48   The edge of that cardboard. So I wet the her hair. I had to wet it down twice. And then let her dry before before most of that came out, so so she's done. I've knit a bumper for Minnie's cat bed. And it's in there.  Marsha  13:05   Yeah?  Kelly  13:06   So, and I do know she slept in at least one night. During the real rainy days, she sleeps in the-- we have a house out there that I have a woven a wool woven pad in-- the one she used to have-- I put in there. And she sleeps in there when it's rainy, and she needs to really stay out of the rain or it's really cold. I'm not sure where she sleeps all the time, because she's not always on the front porch, especially since we got Beary and he barks at her. Although she doesn't--honestly I say she doesn't sleep there because of Beary. But Beary has been on the front porch coming in, you know, in the morning. And she has been under the car in the driveway on the porch in that same morning and walked up to him. Like, twice. So she's not really afraid of him. Although she-- I don't think she likes the barking. But she's not afraid of him. He's afraid of her. This is funny. You'll you'll get a kick out of this. So one morning, Robert had him and he kind of growled at her as she was walking towards him. And so Robert, you know, corrected him and said no. And so, and he was you know, wiping off his feet and stuff to let him in. And so Beary turned himself around and put his head in the corner of the porch. So you didn't have to look at her. Here's this big dog. He's really kind of afraid of her. He doesn't know what to make of her. And so since he couldn't growl or do anything wrong, do anything aggressive towards her. He had to just put his head in the corner. If you can't see her, she doesn't exist.[laughing] Yeah, so all of that orange wool is gone. And then I had to grab some additional coned wool from my weaving stash. And I knit with it for the rest of the bumper. So I got that done. And then the third thing that was on my list for before was to wind a warp for monks' belt. For the monk's belt project at the Jane Stafford Guild, and I did, I did that as well. And I'll talk more about that at the end of my projects. So I got all of that done. And then I've even returned to working on the mohair vest.  Marsha  15:33   Oh, okay.  Kelly  15:34   Yeah, that's what I have in my lap right now, what I've been knitting on, and I tried it on this morning. And so it's top down. And I have more than 12, about 12 inches from the armholes. So it's kind of at high hip length.  I want it to be longer so I'm I'm continuing to knit down but I'm gonna have so much yarn leftover. Maybe I won't, maybe once I put the ribbing and the the band on. I started with three skeins, I've basically got two balls, which is one skein that I am working on actively and then one skein in the bag  so I don't know. We'll see. So I'm continuing it. Maybe I should have made a blanket, because I think I'm gonna have a lot of yarn leftover but it's back on its-- back in the rotation. And then the other project, I started a new project knitting project. Do you remember the yarn I lost? The neighborhood fiber company gradients? Marsha  16:52   Oh right. Yeah, Kelly  16:54   Yeah. I think I lost it twice. I mean, I think I lost it, discovered it, said oh, okay, that's where it is. And then forgot where it was. And lost it again. I can't exactly remember. But anyway, it's 1250 yards of rustic fingering from neighborhood fiber company. And it's a turquoise it's called Shades of Turquoise. It's a turquoise gradient. And it starts with a really dark dark, almost black, blue, and then changed into a more true-- I don't know if I call it turquoise, I guess I call it turquoise. A more true turquoise. So there's two really dark skeins, then there's like this medium bright turquoise, and then there's two light turquoise skeins. So I'm doing the original project, I looked around for something else. But I thought you know what, I'm just gonna go back to the original project that I selected for this. It's called the Coloresque Wrap. And it's by Erin Kurup. I think her company name is remade by hand. And actually I met her at stitches. And I believe that this was a gift from her, this pattern. And so I started it one year. Right after I think the year after I got it. I started it for my Stitches West project, which was a mistake.  Marsha  18:22   Yes, I remember. I remember you working on it. Kelly  18:26   Yeah, I'm not sure if I had been a little further along when we went to stitches, I think it would have been okay. But it's it's a striping pattern. So as you're using two colors, and it's a striping pattern that has you doing stockinette and then one pearl ridge and then stockinette and then one pearl ridge. And so I was having trouble with that. And then I was also having trouble with the-- it's trapezoidal. So you're knitting together on one side and making one on the other side, knitting in front and back on the other side. So it's going kind of out of slant and like a trapezoid. So that was an issue. Remembering to do that was an issue. And then it has, it's not really a big edge detail. But it has a little edge detail to keep the edges nice and tidy. And that was giving me fits. So I had to-- I came home and it was such a mess that I just ripped it out. But now it's back on the needles and I've gotten a fair ways along I think I'm maybe at about 20 inches. Maybe a little longer than maybe closer to 30 Marsha  19:43   Do you have a project page for this?  Kelly  19:46   Yeah, I just put up a project page but I don't have a picture yet. Marsha  19:50   Okay, oh, let me look here. Oh, here it is. I see. Kelly  19:52   Okay, and then it has lace. The pattern has these stripes and then it also has lace sections. And so it gives me the opportunity to use the colors. And it's kind of--the pattern is nice because it's kind of set up, I mean, they have the pattern, she has the pattern set up where you just follow the pattern with your colors. But then she also has a page in the, I think it's in the pattern, or maybe it's on--also linked on the pattern page. But she has a page where you can do your own color design.  Marsha  19:53   Mm hmm.  Kelly  20:01   And so she has like the template of the of the shawl or wrap laid out. And then she talks about, you know, how you can figure out which colors to put where and, and it does talk about how many grams of of yarn you use for the lace sections, although I added a repeat, so mine won't be following that exactly, you know. The next lace section I do, I'll have to weigh my yarn and then determine how much yarn I need for one of the lace sections. So I've got two lace sections in here now with the striping pattern in between. And I liked the lace section. So I think I'll do more of them than is in their original pattern. Because I kind of liked that. I haven't done lace in a long time. It actually looks kind of like the lace that you have, like little V pattern Chevron.  Marsha  21:19   Yeah, in my blanket.  Kelly  21:21   Looks very similar to the lace in your in your blog. Marsha  21:24   Nice. Well, I'm, I'm interested to see a picture of it posted. But this is a nice looking shawl It's pretty. Kelly  21:32   So I've just been choosing colors along the way trying to keep you know, kind of the gradient idea going from dark to light, but I have the contrast stripes. So I've got you know, sometimes I have two medium colors together in the stripe, sometimes I have the darkest with the lightest, or colors just a couple or one or two shades away. Since I have five colors, I have a lot of choices. And it's coming out nicely. It's looking right now like it's not going to be more than just a wide scarf with stripes and lace combination. But maybe when I block it, it'll be a little bit wider. The original pattern called for I think was about 12 inches wide. And then I added an additional repeat of the lace because I wanted it to be a little bit wider than that. But I didn't want to make it so wide that then I wasn't going to have enough yarn. I wasn't sure how that was going to work. So I'm moving along on it and enjoying it. It's giving me, it's giving me two projects on the go that are knitting projects. So and then I have my my weaving project.  Marsha  22:43   Okay, and let's hear about that.  Kelly  22:45   So I'm making-- I decided with the monks belt that I wanted to make, of course, dishtowels. The project for the Jane Stafford guild is placemats. So at first I was a little worried that maybe it was a weave structure that wasn't a good choice for dish towels. But I found a dish towel pattern in a book I had bought years ago and it was monks belt and turns out it's exactly the same draft as what's in the Jane Stafford guild, which is basically the Marguerite Porter Davison, you know Weaver's bible of stitches. This Monks belt draft is not anything, you know, it's not anything new and improved or you know, combined with other things or whatever. So I'm basically following the information from the episode of The Jane Stafford School of weaving TV Guild and also following the pattern from this book. But the book has only two dish towels in its warp and I put on enough for six dish towels I should have enough for six dish towels so I have a little bit of room to play which will be fun. I did want to talk a little bit about color choice. Because I had decided--I thought I would make dish towels for Sarah for housewarming gift, my niece. And for my mom for her trailer. The new trailer is sort of gray and brown. The floor is tha-- a lot of people have you know the gray like wood floor now is kind of popular? And that is the flooring in the trailer. They don't have carpet they just have the grayish wood flooring and then, you know, kind of brown upholstery and stuff so I thought okay, I'll do neutrals. And I know Sarah, as much as she loves color, is more along the neutrals line for stuff in her house. So I thought okay, this would be good. I'll find some neutrals. So I grabbed-- you remember the yarn that you got me the Swedish yarn that you got me from the goodwill? The weaving yarn came in a bag-- there was a red and a green and a gray. Marsha  25:07   Oh, right. I didn't know it was Swedish but oh yeah, I remember getting that. Yeah, Kelly  25:11   I think it's I think it's Swedish. Anyway. Okay, I took one of the--I decided to use the gray out of that. And then I used one of the cones I have of the Sally Fox Fox fiber, which is a brown is called Sienna, Sierra Sienna Brown. And you know, the color crayon color of Sienna?  Marsha  25:31   Yeah,  Kelly  25:31   Kind of a rusty brown-- a yellow, yellow or orange toned brown. So there's that. And then I saw-- I put those two together. I was like, okay, yeah, this is what I'm going to use it's going to be nice and neutrals, gray, brown. I have a little bit of black. I have oh, I have this other cone of this variegated black and brown yarn that I bought thinking I would knit a linen shawl that I never a lace shawl that I never did. So I got that out. I got them all together. And I wound them. You know, this is great! Neutrals. And the gray looks purple. And the brown looks orange. When you put all those colors together... Marsha  25:38    So interestin! Kelly  26:20   next to each other, you can really tell that this is a gray that leans purple blue, like bluey purple, like a lilac color. It sort of leans lilac. And this brown, of course, leans very orange. And because those were such, you know, because purple and orange are such contrasting colors. I think they're what complimentary colors maybe. Right? It really, it really makes them look like they're--it's purple and orange. So it's okay, it's not the neutral that I was going for. It's really pretty. I really like it. Not sure they'll go to the intended recipients. It depends how. depends how they come out-- what I think once I've got them off the loom. Once I've you know, put other colors in the weft because that tones things down a little bit too. So. So we'll see. Marsha  27:20   I'm just going to interject here about color and weaving. You made me some towels that are actually red, white and gray. And I swear that gray is green. And I think it's because, and I always I use them at Christmas time because to me they look like Christmas color. But it's not green. It's gray.  Kelly  27:40   Right.  Marsha  27:41   So I don't know it's so interesting Kelly  27:43   That same gray? I'm using as a weft color. Okay, and against the other ones. It looks blue. It's like a slate blue. Yeah, Marsha  27:55   yeah. And I have to say in the towels, it doesn't look like Christmas green. But it definitely looks like a green to me, like a forest green. Kind of.  It's not I know, it's I know, it's gray. But Kelly  28:10   Well, and those are the same those. That's the exact same warp as the napkins in the trailer. Okay, yeah. And in the trailer, to me it it reads as gray. Not green, but in the house, it really did look like, it did look green to me, too. Yeah. So it's very interesting. choosing colors-- it's fascinating. I really think it's really an interesting thing. And then and then the thing about weaving that doesn't happen in knitting. Is that optical blending, you know, you get a lot more of the optical blending in weaving because the, I want to say the pixels are so small, right? When you're weaving, your yarn is going over and under each other. The dots of color are about the size of the yarn, unless you're doing stripes.  Marsha  29:05   Yeah.  Kelly  29:06   Whereas with with knitting, your dots of color, the smallest they can be is really a stitch. You know, I mean, even if you're doing mosaic stitch where you're trying to blend optically blend the colors, doing mosaic knitting or slip stitches, where you're trying to optically blend the colors. You're not going to get that kind of blending so much with knitting so it-- Yeah, it's it is kind of funny. And then one last thing about these is the  patterning in them is coming from the color that I'm using for the weft. So I started with a weft of an even deeper rust color. And then a black and then that slate, that slate color that you think looks green, and that I have thought looked blue and I I, I was like, okay, yeah, this will be a good, this will be a good color progression, you know, and I'll just repeat this color pattern. And then I took a picture of it this morning and put it on Ravelry. And when I looked at the picture, I went, Oh, the black and the gray look like the same color in this picture. I think I need to take out the black and go rust, or rather, take out the gray, the slate that I just started because I don't have that much of it. I mean, I have less than half an inch. So I think I'm gonna take that out and go rust, and then black and then rust and then slate. I don't think I want the black and the slate next to each other because they look too much like the same color. Not enough value difference. So anyway. It's one of the things I love about weaving is the the color play that you can do. And I'll do--you know with six towels, I'll get into a lot. So yeah, my purple and orange dish towels. [laughing] I think something--some parts of color also have to do with what color you think something is. That color, I haven't actually looked in I don't know, if it even says on the label what you know, a color away name. I think the label is in Swedish. So I don't know if it says a colorway name. Or often weaving cones just have a color way number. But I wouldn't be surprised if the color name was lilac. And because it was just in a bag with a red and a green. And I can't remember what color it was with. But anyway, the color it was with made me think it was gray. And because I thought it was gray. It looked gray. You know what I mean?  Marsha  31:52   Yeah, yeah. And I think that I'm looking at the gray, red and white. And I think it seems like Christmas colors. So I'm reading it as green because red and green are Christmas colors. I don'tknow. Yeah. Kelly  32:08    It's like once your brain locks on what color you think it is. That's what color you see until something comes along to shock you out of that thinking, like, oh my god, this is purple and orange. Marsha  32:25   Okay, I'm going to look up your picture because you said it's in Ravelry.  Kelly  32:29   Yeah, in the weaving thread. Marsha  32:31   Oh, but here on Instagram, too. Did you post it?  Kelly  32:34   Yeah, I posted an Instagram  But I didn't have much of the weaving done when I posted on Instagram. Ravelry is a better picture, will be on a more recent picture. I don't know if it's better. The more recent picture is on Ravelry. So just an interesting thing, how color works. And how your brain tells you things that aren't really true. Marsha  33:03   Funny, huh? Well, should I talk about my projects and I don't want to interrupt. Are you done? I don't want... Kelly  33:09   No I'm I'm finished. That's enough. You'll hear more about this project. Since it's six towels. It'll be okay. It'll be going for a while. Marsha  33:17   Oh, okay. Well, I have big news. Yeah, I did not finish it between Christmas and New Year's but at the beach I finished Ben's sweater. It is done.  Kelly  33:30   Yay.  Marsha  33:32   Yay. And I will not relive the whole thing. But I did. I think the last episode, I don't remember. I honestly I don't even remember where I was with the whole thing. But I did rip out both sleeves back to the elbow and re knit them with fewer decreases. And I came home from the beach yesterday afternoon. I got home around 4:30 or so. And the first thing I did was wash and block the sweater. Kelly  33:58    Nice.  Marsha  33:59   So it's drying. And I've a few ends to weave in. But I'm calling it done.  Kelly  34:05   Nice.  Marsha  34:05   Yeah. So and it blocked out really nicely. It grew a little bit which is what I wanted. And so I think it's going to be... I'm just glad I'm done. So I'm starting off the new year fresh. So that's all I'm gonna about to say about the sweater. I don't want to talk about it anymore. Done. I'm done. And I will say and a story I will say I finished it at the beach. Now I don't remember now what day it was I finished it and when I bound off this, I finished the first sleeve before I went to the beach and then I finished the second sleeve at the beach and bound off the cuff. And this I was getting like: 10 rows, nine rows, eight rows and seven and getting more and more excited and this huge weight has been lifted off of me by having that done. It's like this is a great way to start the new year. It's done, so I'm excited. So anyway, I worked on my January blanket. And I have knit about 28 inches of it. And I really like it. I think it's turning out really nicely. It feels great. Because it's handspun kind of woolen spun is what I tried. So it has, it's very light. But yeah, it's very nice. And this is really nice yarn. It doesn't. It's a woolly yarn, but it's not harsh at all. It's just super nice. I really like it. Kelly  35:39   It looks really pretty. I like that solid color. I mean,  we've both done so many blankets with you know, colors changing all that. But that is a really nice look  that one solid color with a nice lace pattern. Marsha  35:57   Yeah. And I love the color of this. It's --I never know what to call it. It's sort of Carmel Cafe Au Lait. Yeah. The color of Milk in Tea. I don't know. Kelly  36:11   Yeah, I would say I would say Cafe au Lait  is a good way to describe it. Marsha  36:17   The color of a little brown dog? I don't know. I don't know. Kelly  36:23   It's a little lighter than Orkney. Right? Marsha  36:25   Yeah, yeah. I'll just interject. I remember, I probably have said this before in the podcast, but I worked with a guy who was in a Cajun band. And so he knew a lot about Cajun cooking, because he always would go down to Louisiana. And so I asked him if he had a recipe for gumbo. And you start with a roux, and you cooked the flour and oil together until it was the color of an old hound dog. And I, we worked together and I went up to the receiving area where he worked. And I just on a piece of paper, I wrote down his recipe. And that's what I actually wrote down: cook the roux until it's the color of an old hound dog. So this is like the color of an old hound dog, I guess. Anyway. Anyway, so I'm really enjoying knitting on this. And then, I think, I guess I mentioned in the last episode, because I had it here in the show notes that I bought the Noro Kureyon to make the Noro mania blanket for my brother and I gave it to him for Christmas. And he's thrilled with it. So I'm going to cast that on. You know, as soon as I finish this blanket, I'll start that and do a little figuring about what size I want to make. But my big news is I have a new addition to the the the yarn and  fiber family, which is I bought an electric spinning wheel. Woohoo! and so both Kim and I bought the the it's called the electric eel or the e w 6.0. Technically, from dreaming robots. And I'll talk more about this at a later date. But I we both they arrived in the mail, and we didn't unbox them until we got to the beach and set them up very easy. We watched the tutorial they have on the dreaming robots website. And so we set them up. I should back up and say our inspiration for buying these was our friend Dagmar. She bought one a while ago and she had it at NoCKRs retreat. And I was really interested in it. And when I knew she was going to be meeting us at Black Sheep, I said to Kim, you need to come and check out her spinning wheel, this E spinner because I think because Kim has been adamant she was not going to get a spinning wheel. no, right, just stick with the drop spindle. And I could tell when she was watching Dagmar that she was very interested. So anyway, we had fun. Our four days down there of just playing with the spinning wheels. It was interesting. I had some polworth that I had bought years ago I don't even remember now where I bought it. So I was practicing with that and she also had polworth That was dyed. And so she was practicing with that and it is really interesting to just to spin the same fiber but one's dyed and one's not dyed, how they're different. Because the the technique of dyeing, the roving, it gets a little stuck together kind of. Needs a little bit more pre drafting that has to go on than with an undyed fiber, I think. But they're really, they're great wheels and I think they're really well designed. He's thought of everything. And we also-- it does not come with a battery but you can order a battery that so then it'd be great for...  Kelly, if I go to the trailer rally again, I would actually be able to be easier to transport this to California on a plane or whatever or in the car. And then I don't need to plug in, I can just spin off the battery. So it's going to be great for all kinds of situations. But it is funny, Kim was sitting at the dining room table practicing and I was sitting on the sofa and had the wheel sitting on the coffee table. And underneath the coffee table there was another little shelf and I kept pushing on that shelf with my foot trying just to treadle-- stop the wheel, start the wheel. That was actually amusing to me. I kind of thought wow, this is so nice. I wonder what it's going to be like when I go home and spin on little Herbie. And last night I spun for two hours or so while I watched the news and whatnot. And I love little Herbie. I have not given up my complete love for little Herbie. I love treadling. But this is this is a really nice, it's gonna be great for taking to the beach.  Kelly  41:02   Yeah,  Marsha  41:03   taking to your house, taking to NoCKRs because it's so portable. So I have to thank Dagmar for introducing us to it because it's been great. It's really fun. So I'll report more on it came in, I think gonna get together this weekend to practice a bit more, and I might record a little bit get some of her thoughts, too.  Kelly  41:21   Oh, that'd be cool. Yeah. Marsha  41:23   Yeah, I'll do that. That would be good. I have to say I thought about-- I thought about recording when we were at the beach. But honestly, it was kind of fun just to get lost in it and not have to think about talking about it. Kelly  41:37   Well, you'll have more to talk about once you've been working with it a little bit longer, too. Marsha  41:42   Yeah. It's interesting though, the bobbins. On the website, they say they hold eight ounces of fiber. And so I'm interested to see. I'm spinning up a four ounce skein. And it's, it's about half full. So I'm gonna see if it'll hold the eight ounces. That's, that's a lot. Kelly  42:03   That is a lot. Yeah, it's kind of a double edged sword. It's sort of like ink-- with the fountain pens when you buy ink. So, you know, there are some people who are real big proponents of you know, the ink bottles that come, you know, 50 milliliter, 60 milliliters 80 milliliters, you know, these nice big bottles of ink that you get your money's worth, right?  Marsha  42:32   Right.  Kelly  42:33   The problem with that, or the other side of that double edged sword is that you have all of this ink and then if you want a different color it's hard to justify buying. Well. For some people, it's hard to... for myself, it's hard to justify, I guess, if I were further down this, this rabbit hole, I could have a whole large stash of over 200 inks like some people do. It really ...but it's difficult, it's more difficult to justify buying another bottle of ink in a different color that looks fun and that you want, when you have, you know, 50 60, 70 milliliter bottles of ink that are big. And you don't even use-- I think one time we were talking, I said that it takes like 10 milliliters. It doesn't even take one milliliter to fill most of my pens, I was way off there. So you know, if you're using less than a  milliliter every time you fill your pen, and it takes me a couple of weeks for my pens to run out if I have a couple of pens inked up at the same time. Like not a lot of ink. Right. So so the bobbin.. Marsha  43:50   Yes! Kelly  43:50   Oh, go ahead. Marsha  43:52   Well, I was gonna say if I I'm spinning just a natural colored cream.  Kelly  43:56   Yeah,  Marsha  43:57   yarn or fiber. It's gonna... and eight ounces. That's days of the same thing. You know, so I know what you're saying is you can't... like it's having a smaller bobbin and you get to change a lot. Kelly  44:10   Right? You know, right. And that's part of what I-- that's part of what I like. I mean and you could even spin two eight ounce bobbins if you had 16 ounces. You could spin two eight ounce bobbins and then ply those two together like you could be working on cream colored yarn for what felt like Ben's-- a Ben's sweater worth of time. [laughing] Marsha  44:37   Well, and also Kelly, I'm just going to add this in there too is that I before I went packing for the beach, getting the wheel and getting you know the first thing you pack when you travel is a knitter is all your projects, right? And so I was like what fiber am I going to spin and so I found I had this polworth and me being me, I didn't buy one skein I bought three packages of four skeins each.  four ounces? So how many?  So each package has has four pieces of--hanks of roving, okay, and each one is four ounces so Kelly  45:24   so okay so you have 16 ounces in a bag and you have three bags? Both  45:40   Three bags! [laughing] Marsha  45:42   I'm like that but I do know, I as I say I don't remember where I bought it-- if I bought it at Black Sheep or if I bought it at fiber fusion. I think I bought it at Black Sheep because I don't I don't-- I did not buy it in the marketplace. I remember I bought it from the person with the sheep. Like out in the barn?  Anyway, I bought it and so I bought three bags and there's four skeins in each bag  Kelly  46:05   and it's  all undyed and each is four ounces it's all undyed, natural white.  Marsha  46:12   Yeah, I am. I'm slightly insane. Kelly  46:16   Well, it doesn't all  have to be one project.  Marsha  46:18   Oh, you know me. I always buy a sweater quantity of something. I always buy a big quantity or something. So I don't know what-- I don't know what I was thinking Kelly  46:25   It's a little more than one sweater. Marsha  46:29   Yeah, I know. It's another blanket. Kelly  46:36   Now you're gonna become known as the person who always buys a blanket quantity. Marsha  46:44   Yeah, so I don't know what I'm going to I've just I've I didn't even spin four ounces. Kelly  46:51   It's about like if you bought a fleece and sent it away to be processed. Right? A small fleece and sent it out to be processed.  Marsha  47:01   Yeah, no, I'm just a little insane. Kelly  47:03   I kind of learned my lesson from this six pounds of CVM. Well, I won't say I learned a lesson because I'm pretty sure I didn't. But I do remember being really sick of it by the time I was done, yeah. And I in fact, I found a little scrap of roving from that CVM fleece this summer while I was cleaning up, I found a little bump of it. And I think I ended up putting it. I might have put it in the felting box. But I honestly I might have put it with the stuff that I used to compost. I might have just said you know what? I'm done. I'm totally done with you. And I want this out of my stash. Totally. Not even a little scrap in the felting box. I think I did end up composting it. I mean, it was less than an ounce I think ,but still. Marsha  48:00   Yeah. I mean, I in my defense I have to defend myself just a little bit is that I did buy this early in my spinning life. And when I was in you know new spinners, new knitters, new crocheters, new Weavers, new spinners. anybody new to something, you get all excited about it, and you think you're never going to see any fiber ever again, this is your only chance to buy. And so I yeah, I went a little crazy Kelly  48:27   Well, and you go through it fast. If you're really if you're really spinning, especially when you're a beginner and or if you're making yarn that's thicker, you do go through roving, you can go through roving quickly depending on the, you know, the type of thing you're spinning, but you can go through quite quickly because I remember doing a swap that was 24-- I had to make 24 skeins, each of them two ounces. So that's 48 ounces. So what? That's three pounds, right? So and I remember telling myself at the beginning if I just spin this three pounds, by the time I'm done spinning three pounds of wool, I'll be a good spinner. And, and I cranked through it one summer, you know, just spinning for this. For this swap. It wasn't all the same type of fiber. But I gathered together--basically gathered together three pounds of fiber and and spun it for this for this swap. So you do go through it fast. Yeah, you're a newer spinner and, and I could see why you would think okay, I need more because I'm just a four ounce braid just takes me no time at all. You know. Marsha  49:21   Basically I really love the wheel. I think it's a great investment just for traveling just because there's so many times I've not been able to bring my wheel to visit you because we're to the beach and I have to I'm all engrossed in a project but then I can't take it. Kelly  49:53   That's nice. I'm excited to see it. Marsha  49:55   I have to say we have to finish because my ear pods are failing and the right one is run out of charge. So let's keep moving here before my earbuds fail. Kelly  50:08    Okay,  Marsha  50:10   what else do we have to talk about? Kelly  50:11    Anything else for your projects? Marsha  50:13   Oh, that's it. That's all I have.  Kelly  50:14   Okay, so the only other thing we have to remind our patrons about is the Patreon  giveaway. This is our year-end, thank you to our patrons for their support of our show. And so they should just let me know, email me, email or message me on Ravelry with the pattern of your choice $10 or less, and I will get that pattern out to you. I just want to thank everyone who supports us on Patreon. And if anyone would like to join the Patreon supporters, the link is at the top of our show notes. And it's patreon.com forward slash two ewes and you can become a patron of our show. But yeah, get your get your information to us and we'll get you your pattern choice. Marsha  51:04   Yeah, so thank you. All right. I think that's it, Kelly.  Kelly  51:08   I agree.  Marsha  51:10   I have to go cuz you're fading in the left. You're fading in my left ear now. So okay, I think we talked to we talked too long before we started recording. Kelly  51:19   Right, right. Marsha  51:21   Okay. All right. Well, we'll talk in two weeks. Kelly  51:25    In two weeks. Yeah. Marsha  51:26   All righty. Okay, bye bye. Kelly  51:29   Bye. Thank you so much for listening. To subscribe to the podcast visit Two Ewes Fiber Adventures dot come. Marsha  51:37   Join us on our adventures on Ravelry and Instagram. I am better in motion and Kelly is 1hundred projects. Kelly  51:44   Until next time, we're the Two Ewes doing our part for  world fleece. Transcribed by https://otter.ai

Da' Bayou Geeks
The Champs Birthday Surprise !!!!

Da' Bayou Geeks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 53:18


Back for 2023 Da OG Bayou Geeks make their return. Phatty316 and Jeff are back at each other throats as always , Jeff tells him whats been going on in his life since the last time he was on the show . Jeff tries to explain Fantasy Football to a 2 time repeat champion. Chris tells us where Creole and Cajun people come from and much more they will get into --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/phatty316/message

Getting lumped up with Rob Rossi
Rockshow Episode 170 Willy ‘Mink' DeVille part 1

Getting lumped up with Rob Rossi

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 25:18


Rockshow Episode 170 Willy ‘Mink' DeVille part 1 Willy DeVille (born William Paul Borsey Jr.; August 25, 1950 – August 6, 2009) was an American singer and songwriter. During his thirty-five-year career, first with his band Mink DeVille (1974–1986) and later on his own, DeVille created original songs rooted in traditional American musical styles. He worked with collaborators from across the spectrum of contemporary music, including Jack Nitzsche, Doc Pomus, Dr. John, Mark Knopfler, Allen Toussaint, and Eddie Bo. Latin rhythms, blues riffs, doo-wop, Cajun music, strains of French cabaret, and echoes of early-1960s uptown soul can be heard in DeVille's work. Mink DeVille was a house band at CBGB, the historic New York City nightclub where punk rock was born in the mid-1970s. DeVille helped redefine the Brill Building sound. In 1987 his song "Storybook Love" was nominated for an Academy Award. After his move to New Orleans in 1988, he helped spark the roots revival of classic New Orleans R&B. His soulful lyrics and explorations in Latin rhythms and sounds helped define a new musical style sometimes called "Spanish-Americana". DeVille died of pancreatic cancer on August 6, 2009, at the age of 58. Although his commercial success waxed and waned over the years, his legacy as a songwriter has influenced many other musicians, such as Mark Knopfler and Peter Wolf. https://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/08/arts/music/08deville.html https://open.spotify.com/artist/4I7KSNpB2zt6XTyCXw7ca9 https://m.facebook.com/WillyDeVilleVideos/ https://www.instagram.com/williedevilletv/?hl=en @RocknRoll @Music @Musician @songwriter @Singer @MinkDeVille @CBGB @band @NYC @Punk Park Dental Care 12419 101st Ave South Richmond Hill Queens (718) 847-3800 https://www.718DENTISTS.com Please follow us on Youtube,Facebook,Instagram,Twitter,Patreon and at www.gettinglumpedup.com https://linktr.ee/RobRossi Get your T-shirt at https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/gettinglumpedup And https://www.bonfire.com/store/getting-lumped-up/ Subscribe to the channel and hit the like button This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support https://www.patreon.com/Gettinglumpedup --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support

Insignificast
Episode 1437 (Unerned Two Eletric Boogaloo)

Insignificast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 61:41


Down Home Cajun Music
Down Home Cajun Music- Dixie Quatre Cinq

Down Home Cajun Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 51:23


Down Home Cajun Music- Dixie Quatre CinqJo'El Sonnier- "Bayou Beauf Waltz" (Dupre 101)Bee & Terry Cormier- "Church Point Two Step" (Bee 105)Aldus Roger- "KLFY Waltz" (Acadian Artists 1000)Leeman Prejean- "Cankton Two Step" (Swallow 21012) Nathan Abshire- "Chere Petite Blonde" (Kajun 508)Shorty LeBlanc- "La Valse De Soldat" (Goldband 1128)Andrew Cormier & Rodney Lejeune- "Don't Get Married" (Crazy Cajun 505)Dalton Alleman- "Happy Playboy Waltz" (Belle 101)Country Cajuns- "Country Cajuns Waltz" (Marie 001)Milton Adams- "Midnight Playboys Special" (Cajun Classics 2005)Jo'El Sonnier- "Tayeaux Dog Tayeaux" (Dupre 101)Marc Savoy & The Rambling Aces- "Perodian Two Step" (Crazy Cajun 508)Lawrence Walker- "Midnight Waltz" (Swallow 10134)Joe Bonsall- "Fond Kee-Lot Waltz" (Cajun Jamboree 818)Austin Pitre- " Two Step De Bayou Teche" (Swallow 114)Adam Hebert- "Bring Her Back Waltz" (Cajun 500)Joe Falcon- "Jai Passe Devant Ta Porte" (Crazy Cajun 514)Leroy Broussard- "Big Boy Polka" (La Lou 8032)*All Selections taken from the 45 rpm records listed.dedicated to Jo El Sonnier, Michael Dupuy and Todd Ortego

Platinum Performance® Podcast
It Takes Two: Shane & Taylor Hanchey

Platinum Performance® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 43:26


It's rare that you find two rodeo stars and WNFR competitors in the same household. In Shane and Taylor Hanchey's case, they share a passion for rodeo, their commingled string of top-tier horses and their Cajun side gig that brings Shane's Louisiana roots to Texas.

The Good, The Bad, and The Whoreable
#46 Mr. Gumby, Impotence & Scarlett's Pussy

The Good, The Bad, and The Whoreable

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 63:55


Athena starts the episode out with a bang by flashing to one of the men in the room. The women each share what they dislike about their breasts, complaints ranging from being too big, too small, or mismatched in size. Lolita, Scarlett, and Athena share the hilarious story of going to visit “Mr. Gumby” who matched with Scarlett on Tinder, a self-proclaimed “Teddy Bear Dom” from Wisconsin. Raylan assists in the unfolding of the story by quoting Mr. Gumby with a comedic Wisconsin accent. The girls explain the creeper vibes the guy gave to them and why they decided to visit him anyway. Athena relives the hilarity of Scarlett's brat persona rising to the surface as soon as Mr. Gumby was in the same room. Cajun guy (from episode #34 An Orgy, Foursome, or Swap)reached out to Scarlett again after he listened to her recounting of the events of their romp wherein he was unable to keep his cock hard. Scarlett explains the contents of his text message, including the insult that he gave to Scarlett as the real reason he was unable to keep it up. Scarlett shares how she was easily able to fact check his accusation and prove him wrong. Athena asks Raylan and Spider (the producer) to speak about situations in which a guy might not be able to keep it up and how women should handle it. Raylan shares a story of a sexual experience he had where it legitimately was the woman that caused the issue because of something she did to him. Willow shares that she experienced that with a man who had impotence because of health issues. Scarlett asks Spider some questions from the party game in the room, asking him about his masturbating habits, if he owns anal beads, whether he would drink his mother's breast milk for $100K, and if he felt he was the best-looking person in the room. Lastly, Spider answers who he would Marry, Fuck, and Kill out of the five women in the room: Scarlett, Lolita, Athena, Willow, and Lila. Which of the five women would you Marry, Fuck, or Kill? Have you ever experienced limp dick – either yourself or your partner? If so, how did you handle it? Send us your responses and they may end up on the podcast or our social media pages – we would love to hear from you! Also, be sure to like and subscribe to our social media pages – each platform has unique content, so be sure to subscribe to them all! Website: http://goodbadwhoreable.comEmail: Info@goodbadwhoreable.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/thegbwpodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/BadWhoreableInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodbadwhoreable/Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@gbwpodcast?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pcYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2DsntTgH_r9yU6TenCvuSQDiscord: https://discord.gg/Z4qpVk9U

Supertalk Eagle Hour
Ragin Cajuns play-by-play voice Jay Walker previews tonight's game men's basketball game against the Golden Eagles plus Heath Hinton from Big Gold Nation talks 2023 Southern Miss football schedule

Supertalk Eagle Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 41:21


Dedicated to Southern Miss sports! Weekdays 1 - 2 p.m. on select SuperTalk Mississippi stations. This show is a production of SuperTalk Mississippi Media. Learn more at SuperTalk.FM

Luka Nation Network
Why has SCORING CHANGED in the NBA? - Cajun Cardboard

Luka Nation Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 54:11


Luka Nation is a community of sports card collectors and enthusiasts. We're a series of YouTube shows dedicated to sharing our hobby collecting journey with you and hopefully inspiring the hobby community to collect what makes them happy. Your support is the glue that holds this network together and if you enjoy what we have to offer we'd love for you to share, comment and subscribe to our shows. We read all the messages and engage with the community on a regular basis. Please follow our shows on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lukatigerlebronpodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/cajun_cardboard/

Insignificast
Episode 1436 (Unearned Comedy)

Insignificast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 60:51


Luka Nation Network
New year, New Floors? - PWCC Basketball Recap - Cajun Cardboard

Luka Nation Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 44:30


Luka Nation is a community of sports card collectors and enthusiasts. We're a series of YouTube shows dedicated to sharing our hobby collecting journey with you and hopefully inspiring the hobby community to collect what makes them happy. Your support is the glue that holds this network together and if you enjoy what we have to offer we'd love for you to share, comment and subscribe to our shows. We read all the messages and engage with the community on a regular basis. Please follow our shows on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lukatigerlebronpodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/cajun_cardboard/

Cajun Catholics
Cajun Catholics ft. Kent Rozas 1-2-22 (195)

Cajun Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 28:32


Cajun Catholics ft. Kent Rozas 1-2-22 (195) by Cajun Catholics

Cajun Catholics
Cajun Catholics ft. Todd Veillon 1-2-23 (150)

Cajun Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 28:32


Cajun Catholics ft. Todd Veillon 1-2-23 (150) by Cajun Catholics

Guy Jeans Podcast
Episode #43 Chuck Ragan

Guy Jeans Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 83:13


Captain Chuck Ragan From lakes and rivers of Texas, E. Tennessee & N. Georgia., bayous of SW Louisiana or the inshore/offshore salt and freshwater of Florida, Ragan grew up chasing fish. With a Cajun mother and Florida boy father, both avid anglers, he held a rod early on and though the Ragans moved often due to his father's profession as a Veteran PGA pro, teacher and coach, the road always ended in water. Aside from their parents, Chuck and brother Paul fished aside paternal grandparents on the intercoastal of Daytona Bch. and maternal grandparents around Holly Bch. In Louisiana and along the Blanco River outside of Kyle, Tx. Fishing became a way of life in the family. Father Dave Ragan always seemed to relocate the family around prime fisheries whether he meant to or not and having a mama born and bred into it didn't smother the flame one bit. As a teen, he fished bass lakes, beaches, inlets and canals in Sarasota on the Gulf of Florida. With itchy feet in 94, he left for Gainesville, FL. unknowingly continuing what would end up being his music career. As his band Hot Water Music became an international touring machine, Ragan saw the world. Moving to Gainesville followed by Micanopy in early 2000, he learned from Kip Street & Bill “The Gill” Sorton, new methods of angling and woodwork. When not working, you'd find him off the coast of Saint Augustine, Cedar Key or Shellmound chasing Redfish, offshore winching grouper or poling lilies after heavy bass and striper on Rodmans, St. Johns or the Suwannee River. In early 2000, Ragan left the South for California to marry Jill and continued a trade in carpentry, songwriting and fishing Pacific waters. He kept touring, this time with fishing rods in tow. As an angler and traveling musician, Ragan takes advantage of being in prime zones to fish and share music across the globe. Relocating to Grass Valley, CA. in 07, he continued his career in music and began exploring the waters of Northern California through the end of a fly line. Encouraged by peers Matt “Gilligan” Koles, Hogan Brown, Clay Hash and Tom Page, Ragan became a licensed guide and vowes that it was the organization called Cast Hope that was the driving force behind finally taking that step along with having kids in the scope for the future. Ragan began slowing down on touring with his music and began guiding for the non profit organization Cast Hope www.casthope.org to help give a new perspective to kids who've yet to find the passion and reason to protect our naturalresources. Always positive and fired up, he lives to see people light up when their rod bends and believes in giving others the knowledge of the outdoors, fly fishing, teamwork, independent confidence and the importance of respect and conservation for all to carry and pass on themselves. Jill and Chuck had their first child and future deck hand, Grady Joseph in May of 2015 and began slowing down even more in the touring world and focusing mainly on guiding. Now as a USCG licensed Inland OUPV Captain and California fly fishing guide that focuses on Sacramento Valley Rivers, lakes and reservoirs in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Range and The California Delta, Ragan loves sharing fun and joy on the water. Always in pursuit of largemouth, smallmouth, striper, spotted bass and shad on the fly as well as the wild trout and steelhead of the Yuba and Feather Rivers, Ragan is just as eager to put people on a fish as he is to catch them himself. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Luka Nation Network
889. A bit of Home cooking in New Orleans!

Luka Nation Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 60:12


Cajun hosts todays show after he was in attendance for the Zion show last night. We talk NBA MVP race and how cards and sports betting overlap. We also talk about 2023 resolutions and predictions. Enjoy and thanks for listening

The Gumbo Show
Dave's Viral Gumbo Balls

The Gumbo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 21:13


Dave's Gumbo Balls have taken the internet by storm. Tune in to get the recipe and hear the story behind Dave's famous Gumbo Balls.

Luka Nation Network
Who's #1 PWCC Weekly Auction #49 Top 100 - Christmas Edition - Cajun Cardboard

Luka Nation Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 44:30


Luka Nation is a community of sports card collectors and enthusiasts. We're a series of YouTube shows dedicated to sharing our hobby collecting journey with you and hopefully inspiring the hobby community to collect what makes them happy. Your support is the glue that holds this network together and if you enjoy what we have to offer we'd love for you to share, comment and subscribe to our shows. We read all the messages and engage with the community on a regular basis. Please follow our shows on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lukatigerlebronpodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/cajun_cardboard/

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
A CAJUN NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 4:46


Join me for a reading of the Night Before Christmas, Cajun Style – read by the Elender family.

Velvet’s Edge
Kelly's Favorite Conversations: It Is Good with Kevin Griffin  (The Velvet)

Velvet’s Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 63:28


Kelly talks to Better Than Ezra frontman, Kevin Griffin, about evolving and growing in order to maintain a long lasting and fulfilling career. The lead singer has not only created a successful songwriting and solo career, but also is cofounder of Pilgrimage Festival in Nashville, has published hits for Morgan Wallen and is working on his first book. The two native Louisianian's also talk about snorting probiotics to get by eating Cajun food, wild younger days, how traumatic experiences impact your decisions and Kevin covers Dave Matthew's to give Kelly a new theme song.Socials: @kevinmgriffin@wearebetterthanezraSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
College Football Bowls Part 2 & Transfer Portal Part 1 | The College Football Experience (Ep. 1218)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 43:18


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming college football bowl slate and keys in on the recent big college football players to hit the transfer portal. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD), Patty C (@PattyC831) & NC Nick (@NC__NicK) break down each and every bowl game happening in the next week and mention the biggest names that have hit the transfer portal and what it all means. Will the Eastern Michigan Eagles take down the San Jose State Spartans in Boise's Famous Idaho Potato Bowl on Tuesday? Can the Toledo Rockets cap off another good season with a win over the Liberty Flames? Is Western Kentucky a live dog vs the South Alabama Jaguars? Will Dave Aranda and the Baylor Bears stop the triple option and the Air Force Falcons?  Will Dave Clawson and the Wake Forest Demon Deacons show up against the Missouri Tigers? Are the Houston Cougars a lock to cover the seven points against the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns? Are the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders going to take care of business against the San Diego State Aztecs in Hawaii? Can Jerry Kill cap off a winning season in his first season at New Mexico State? Are the East Carolina Pirates going to take down the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers in Alabama? We talk it all and more on this episode of The College Football Experience.  SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Discord - https://sg.pn/discord Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
College Football Bowls Part 2 & Transfer Portal Part 2 | The College Football Experience (Ep. 1219)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 55:28


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming college football bowl slate and keys in on the recent big college football players to hit the transfer portal. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD), Patty C (@PattyC831) & NC Nick (@NC__NicK) break down each and every bowl game happening in the next week and mention the biggest names that have hit the transfer portal and what it all means. Will the Eastern Michigan Eagles take down the San Jose State Spartans in Boise's Famous Idaho Potato Bowl on Tuesday? Can the Toledo Rockets cap off another good season with a win over the Liberty Flames? Is Western Kentucky a live dog vs the South Alabama Jaguars? Will Dave Aranda and the Baylor Bears stop the triple option and the Air Force Falcons?  Will Dave Clawson and the Wake Forest Demon Deacons show up against the Missouri Tigers? Are the Houston Cougars a lock to cover the seven points against the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns? Are the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders going to take care of business against the San Diego State Aztecs in Hawaii? Can Jerry Kill cap off a winning season in his first season at New Mexico State? Are the East Carolina Pirates going to take down the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers in Alabama? We talk it all and more on this episode of The College Football Experience.  SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Discord - https://sg.pn/discord Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The College Football Experience
College Football Bowls Part 2 & Transfer Portal Part 1 (Ep. 1218)

The College Football Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 43:18


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming college football bowl slate and keys in on the recent big college football players to hit the transfer portal. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD), Patty C (@PattyC831) & NC Nick (@NC__NicK) break down each and every bowl game happening in the next week and mention the biggest names that have hit the transfer portal and what it all means. Will the Eastern Michigan Eagles take down the San Jose State Spartans in Boise's Famous Idaho Potato Bowl on Tuesday? Can the Toledo Rockets cap off another good season with a win over the Liberty Flames? Is Western Kentucky a live dog vs the South Alabama Jaguars? Will Dave Aranda and the Baylor Bears stop the triple option and the Air Force Falcons?  Will Dave Clawson and the Wake Forest Demon Deacons show up against the Missouri Tigers? Are the Houston Cougars a lock to cover the seven points against the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns? Are the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders going to take care of business against the San Diego State Aztecs in Hawaii? Can Jerry Kill cap off a winning season in his first season at New Mexico State? Are the East Carolina Pirates going to take down the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers in Alabama? We talk it all and more on this episode of The College Football Experience.  SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Discord - https://sg.pn/discord Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The College Football Experience
College Football Bowls Part 2 & Transfer Portal Part 2 (Ep. 1219)

The College Football Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 55:28


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming college football bowl slate and keys in on the recent big college football players to hit the transfer portal. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD), Patty C (@PattyC831) & NC Nick (@NC__NicK) break down each and every bowl game happening in the next week and mention the biggest names that have hit the transfer portal and what it all means. Will the Eastern Michigan Eagles take down the San Jose State Spartans in Boise's Famous Idaho Potato Bowl on Tuesday? Can the Toledo Rockets cap off another good season with a win over the Liberty Flames? Is Western Kentucky a live dog vs the South Alabama Jaguars? Will Dave Aranda and the Baylor Bears stop the triple option and the Air Force Falcons?  Will Dave Clawson and the Wake Forest Demon Deacons show up against the Missouri Tigers? Are the Houston Cougars a lock to cover the seven points against the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns? Are the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders going to take care of business against the San Diego State Aztecs in Hawaii? Can Jerry Kill cap off a winning season in his first season at New Mexico State? Are the East Carolina Pirates going to take down the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers in Alabama? We talk it all and more on this episode of The College Football Experience.  SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Discord - https://sg.pn/discord Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
Knives Out

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 83:04 Very Popular


Quantum of Malice Star Wars fanboys had their Knives Out for Rian Johnson in 2019, but the writer/director survives their harsh verdicts of The Last Jedi by following it up with a hit murder mystery. Daniel “007” Craig stars as a celebrated Cajun investigator summoned to the mansion of a dead crime novelist to determine if he was murdered. Could the culprit be Michael Myers survivor Jamie Lee Curtis, queasy maid Ana de Armas (No Time To Die), or Captain America himself Chris Evans? Find out if Arnie, Justin, and Stuart have a Clue about this caper in their latest podcast.

I Saw What You Did
Cajun Tony Hawk

I Saw What You Did

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 93:26


This week, Millie and Danielle discuss MOMMY DEAD AND DEAREST (2017) and STORIES WE TELL (2012), family secrets, Munchausen syndrome by proxy, and the fascinating career of Sarah Polley. Plus, they chat with the hilarious comedian Kevin James Thornton about erotic thrillers involving Mike Lindell and Kevin's filmmaking career.To see a full ISWYD movie list, check out our Letterboxd here:https://letterboxd.com/isawwhatyoudid/films/diary/And check out Millie's book - ‘TCM Underground: 50 Must-See Films from the World of Classic Cult and Late-Night Cinema'runningpress.com/titles/millie-de-chirico/tcm-underground/9780762480005/See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich
Holiday Flexibility - Episode 2254

Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 61:48


Episode 2254 - On this Monday's show, Vinnie Tortorich and Anna Vocino discuss holiday flexibility, Instagram reels, answer Twitter questions, chat with Marie, and more. https://vinnietortorich.com/2022/12/holiday-flexibility-episode-2254 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS HOLIDAY FLEXIBILITY Vinnie and Anna start the show by chatting about music and a bit of slang. (2:00) Anna had previously made a vow to Marie (Vinnie's sweet Mom), and she's ready to let Marie know that she's made good on it. (8:40) They call Marie in and discuss a variety of Italian and Cajun dishes, such as giardiniera (olive salad), muffuletta, and couvillion. After Marie exits, Anna and Vinnie chat about holiday flexibility on NSNG®. (28:30) Vinnie plays a couple of his Instagram reels--another one has gone viral! (34:30) Then the duo is ready to answer a couple of Twitter questions. (43:30) How do you know if you're eating too much fat? Does the body know when to quit losing weight? They chat about growing muscles and loose skin after a big weight loss. HEADS UP: Anna is doing a livestream cooking event for her Substack Premium subscribers on Tuesday, 12/13/22 at 4:00 PM PST/7:00 PM EST.  [the_ad id="20253"] PURCHASE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE The documentary launched on January 11! Order it TODAY! This is Vinnie's third documentary in just over three years. Get it now on Apple TV (iTunes) and/or Amazon Video! Link to the film on Apple TV (iTunes):  Then, Share this link with friends, too! It's also now available on Amazon (the USA only for now)!    Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY 2 (2021) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY (2019) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter!