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The Final Word Cricket Podcast
Story Time 112 – Hakuna Matata

The Final Word Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 59:27


It's Story Time, our weekly walk through cricket history via your listener quiz challenges. This week, in a show bumped from the weekend by the T20 World Cup final, it's time to explore what is a wonderful phrase. Also, how does Muttiah Muralitharan link to Hungarian cricket, what happened in the Perth Under-13s, and would one of cricket's most elegant performers ever drive the Lube Mobile? Your Nerd Pledge numbers this week: 1.50 - Andrew Pelechaty 3.93 - DOS4GW 8.00 - Gabor Torok 3.33 - Danny Rose & Mel Shawley 4.50 - Adhitya Sutresna & Bernhard Sayer Send us a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword Find other episodes at finalwordcricket.com 20% off primo WoodstockCricket.co.uk bats with the code TFW20 Title track by Urthboy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1923 Main Street: A Daddy Daughter Disney Travel Podcast
Top Picks: 2022 Disney World & Disneyland Christmas Foodie Guide

1923 Main Street: A Daddy Daughter Disney Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 16:21


Disneyland Adventureland Treehouse will Return with a New Look in 2023There are more details about the future of the treehouse in Adventureland at Disneyland park.When it reopens in 2023 the Adventureland Treehouse will be themed after Walt Disney's Swiss Family Robinson tree house--just as it is in Walt Disney World. This is likely because Disney is working on a remake of the 1960 movie as a new Swiss Family series on Disney+.The renewed treehouse will have new environments created among the branches of the giant tree on the shores of the Jungle River. From the mother's music den to the young sons' nature room to the teenage daughter's astronomer's loft, everything is created from found objects, natural resources, and pure ingenuity (just like the Disney fairies do). More news to come as it's released--Walt Disney World Pool Closure The Oak Manor leisure pool in Magnolia Bend at Disney's Port Orleans Resort Riverside was recently closed for a brief refurbishment.Ol' Man Island and other leisure pools around the resort will remain open and available. The Oak Manor pool will reopen at some point in mid-December.--Festive Foodie Guide to Resorts at Walt Disney WorldAvailable at Various Resorts  Apple Tart: Classic apple tart with crunchy streusel and cinnamon glaze (Available Dec. 25 only; mobile order available); Available at:  World Premiere at Disney's All-Star Movies Resort Intermission at Disney's All-Star Music Resort End Zone at Disney's All-Star Music Resort Landscape of Flavors at Disney's Art of Animation Resort Centertown Market at Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort Sassagoula Floatworks at Disney's Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter Riverside Mill Food Court at Disney's Port Orleans Resort – Riverside Everything POP Shopping & Dining at Disney's Pop Century Resort Christmas Feast: Roasted turkey dinner, cornbread stuffing, mashed potatoes with turkey gravy, seasonal vegetables, and cranberry relish (Available Dec. 25 only; mobile order available); Available at:  World Premiere at Disney's All-Star Movies Resort Intermission at Disney's All-Star Music Resort End Zone at Disney's All-Star Music Resort Landscape of Flavors at Disney's Art of Animation Resort Centertown Market at Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort Contempo Cafe at Disney's Contemporary Resort Sassagoula Floatworks at Disney's Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter Riverside Mill Food Court at Disney's Port Orleans Resort – Riverside Capt. Cook's at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Everything POP Shopping & Dining at Disney's Pop Century Resort Peppermint Bark: Dark and white chocolate with peppermint (Available Dec. 1 through 31); Available at:  World Premiere at Disney's All-Star Movies Resort Intermission at Disney's All-Star Music Resort End Zone at Disney's All-Star Music Resort Landscape of Flavors at Disney's Art of Animation Resort Centertown Market at Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort Sassagoula Floatworks at Disney's Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter Riverside Mill Food Court at Disney's Port Orleans Resort – Riverside Everything POP Shopping & Dining at Disney's Pop Century Resort Walking in a Plant-based Snowland: Chocolate cupcake with vanilla buttercream and a flurry of snowflake sprinkles (Plant-based) (Gluten/ Wheat Friendly) (New) (Available Dec. 1 through 31; mobile order available). Available at:  World Premiere at Disney's All-Star Movies Resort Intermission at Disney's All-Star Music Resort End Zone at Disney's All-Star Music Resort Landscape of Flavors at Disney's Art of Animation Resort Centertown Market and Spyglass Grill at Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory at Disney's Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter Riverside Mill Food Court at Disney's Port Orleans Resort – Riverside Everything POP Shopping & Dining at Disney's Pop Century Resort Disney's All-Star Movies Resort and Disney's All-Star Sports Resort World Premiere Food Court and End Zone Food Court (Available Dec. 1 - 31; mobile order available) All Star Christmas Tree: Gingerbread-spiced macaron Christmas tree with passionfruit ganache, coconut buttercream, and a white chocolate (all) star (New) Disney's All-Star Music Resort Intermission Food Court (Mobile order available)  All Star Christmas Tree: Gingerbread-spiced macaron Christmas tree with passionfruit ganache, coconut buttercream, and a white chocolate (all) star (New) (Available Dec. 1 through 31) Gingerbread Sundae: Gingerbread soft-serve in a waffle bowl topped with M&M's chocolate candies, chocolate sauce, and a chocolate gingerbread boy (New) (Available Dec. 1 through 31) Candy Cane Latte: Café latte with peppermint and white chocolate (New) (Available Dec. 1 through Dec. 31)  Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge Jiko – The Cooking Place (Available Dec. 24 through 31) Holiday Feast: Bone-in ribeye, preserved lemon and almond haricot verts, herb roasted potatoes, roasted radicchio, and tart cherry wine reductionThe Mara (Available Nov. 28 through Dec. 31; mobile order available) Mickey Santa Hat: Chai mousse with coconut marshmallow (New) Sanaa (Available Dec. 25 only) Celebrate the Season Dinner: Roast prime rib with Jus Lie, mukimo, fall vegetables with fig butter, and mushroom conservaDisney's Art of Animation Resort and Disney's Pop Century Resort  Landscape of Flavors and Everything POP Shopping & Dining (Available Dec. 1 through 31; mobile order available) Deer Holly-day Cupcake: Chocolate cupcake filled with chocolate ganache topped with peanut butter cream cheese buttercream and festive sprinkles (New)  Disney's Beach Club Resort Beaches and Cream (Available Nov. 28 through Dec. 31)  Holiday Shake: Cookie butter milkshake with caramel drizzle and holiday sprinkles, topped with a Christmas tree cupcake (New) Beach Club Marketplace (Mobile order available)  Peppermint Trifle: Peppermint white chocolate mousse, chocolate cake, chocolate cookie crumble, dark chocolate peppermint mousse with whipped cream, chocolate curls, and crisp pearl décor (New) (Available Dec. 1 through Jan. 1)  Merry Mickey Cupcake: Traditional vanilla cupcake and vanilla buttercream with chocolate Mickey ears and holiday décor (New) (Available through Jan. 1)  Christmas Tree Delight: Hot cocoa mousse with a marshmallow center on a chocolate cookie (New) (Available through Jan. 1)  Disney's BoardWalk BoardWalk Deli (Mobile order available)  Apple Cider Loaf (New) (Available through Dec. 26)  Peppermint Brownie Cheesecake: Brownie base, peppermint cheesecake, and holiday sprinkles (New) (Available Dec. 1 through 26)  Hot Cocoa Cupcake: Chocolate cupcake, cocoa custard filling, and marshmallow buttercream (New) (Available Dec. 1 through 26)  Flying Fish (Available Dec. 24, 25, and 31 only) Chef's Holiday Special: Oak-grilled filet mignon and coldwater lobster (New)  Trattoria al Forno (Available Dec. 24, 25, and 31 only) Steak al Forno with Yukon potatoes, cippolini agro dolce, and chianti reduction (New)  Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort Centertown Market and Spyglass Grill (Available Dec. 1 through 31; mobile order available) Rum Cake: Traditional rum cake (New)  Ginger Crabs: Classic gingerbread cookies (New) Banana Cabana (Available Dec. 1 through 31) Rum Cake: Traditional rum cake (New) Disney's Contemporary Resort Contempo Cafe (Available Dec. 1 through 31; mobile order available)  White Chocolate Peppermint Mousse Brownie: White chocolate peppermint mousse on a fudge brownie with white chocolate candy cane (New) California Grill  Fire-Roasted Venison with sweet potato fondant, roasted root vegetables, and sour cranberries (New) (Available Dec. 25 only)  Valrhona Chocolate Torte: Valrhona dark chocolate ganache torte, whipped cherry panna cotta, Kirsch cherry caramel, pistachio snow, candied pistachios, pistachio nougat, and cherry gel (New) (Available Dec. 1 through 30)  Chef Mickey's (Available Dec. 18 through 25) Holiday-inspired Family Style Offerings: Apricot and gruyere stuffed pork tenderloin with apricot demi, classic stuffing, garlic mashed potatoes, and Hericot verts with stewed tomatoes (New)  Steakhouse 71 (Available Dec. 18 through 24 and Dec. 26 through Jan. 8)Holiday Brunch: Menu highlights include Walt's Prime Rib Hash, Floridian Eggs Benedict, Bacon & Eggs, and French Onion SoupDisney's Coronado Springs ResortBarcelona Lounge   Holiday Candle Tart: Traditional flan tart (New) (Available. Dec. 4 through 31)  Gingersnap Cold Brew: Joffrey's Coffee Cold Brew, gingerbread, maple syrup, and gingersnap crumbles (New) (Available through Jan. 2) Dahlia Lounge (Available Dec. 1 through Jan. 7)Poinsettia Punch: House-made gingerbread simple syrup, cranberry, ginger ale, cinnamon, and orange (New) Three Bridges Bar & Grill (Available Dec. 1 through Jan. 7) Spiced Chocolate Mexicana: Del Maguey Vida Mezcal, Ancho Reyes Poblano Chile Liqueur, house-made hot chocolate, and cinnamon finished with cinnamon-vanilla whipped cream and a dusting of cayenne pepper (New) Toledo - Tapas, Steak & Seafood   Toledo Christmas: Prime rib of beef, potato silk, pearl onion-tomato confit, and chimichurri (New) (Availabel Dec. 25 only)  Coquito: Coconut panna cotta with spiced dulce de leche and cranberry crumble (New) (Available Dec. 18 through 25)  Poinsettia Punch: House-made gingerbread simple syrup, cranberry, ginger ale, cinnamon, and orange (New) (Available Dec. 1 through Jan. 7) Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Gasparilla's Island Grill (Available Nov. 27 through 31; mobile order available)  Peppermint Cheesecake with chocolate cookie crumb crust and red velvet whipped cream (New)  Snowman Chocolate Marshmallow Pie: Graham cookie sandwiched with chocolate ganache and topped with a marshmallow snowman (New) Cítricos (Available Dec. 25 and 31 only) Chipotle-Maple Glazed Dry-Aged Pork Chop with squash au gratin, swiss chard, and almond mole (New)  Disney's Old Key West Good's Food to Go (Available Dec. 1 through 31; mobile order available) Holiday Ornament Cupcake: Christmas confetti cupcake, cream cheese mousse, and buttercream (New)  Peppermint Bark Mickey and Minnie Gingerbread Cookies: Gingerbread cookies dipped in dark chocolate Olivia's Café (Available Dec. 25 only) Chocolate Lava Cake with vanilla crème anglaise and peppermint crunch (New) Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Capt. Cook's (Available Dec. 11 through 25; mobile order available) Moana Holiday Cupcake: Chocolate cupcake with candy cane mousse and chocolate décor  Kona Island Coffee Bar (Available Dec. 11 through 25)  Stitch Holiday Dome: Mint chocolate chip mousse with brownie base (New) Candy Cane Latte: Café latte with peppermint and white chocolate (New) (Available Nov. 28 through Dec. 31) Trader Sam's Grog Grotto and Trader Sam's Tiki Terrace (Available Dec. 1 through 31)   Tropical Snowstorm: Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey, Parrot Bay Coconut Rum, coconut cream with cinnamon, orgeat, and falernum topped with cinnamon and nutmeg Mele Kaliki Mai Tai: Plantation Original Dark Rum, Bacardi Superior Rum, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram, with cranberry juice, cinnamon, orgeat, and falernum with a splash of fresh lime juice and a cinnamon stick Jingle Jammer: A non-alcoholic combination of cranberry, pineapple, cinnamon, falernum, and a splash of fresh lime juice  Pineapple Lanai (Available Dec. 22 through 26) ‘Olu Mel Christmas Float: DOLE Whip Lime Float with pineapple juice, an ‘Olu Mel white chocolate medallion, and strawberry popping candy (Wheat/ Gluten Friendly)  Disney's Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory (Mobile order available)  Magic Bar: A blend of chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, walnuts, and coconut with a graham cracker crust (New) (Available beginning Dec. 1)  Gingerbread Spiced Caramel Blondie Bites: Gingerbread spice-dusted caramel blondie bites (New) (Available Dec. 1 through 31)  Eggnog (Non-alcoholic) (Spiked version available)  Scat Cat's Club – Café (Available Dec. 1 through 31) Peppermint Mickey Beignet Classic Mickey beignet topped with a peppermint ganache and candy cane quins (New)  Disney's Port Orleans Resort – Riverside   Boatwright's Dining Hall (Available Dec. 25 only) Christmas Dinner: Dijon-rubbed pork loin with bourbon sweet potato purée, crispy Brussel sprouts, and apple fennel chutney (New) Riverside Mill (Mobile order available)  Magic Bar: A blend of chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, walnuts, and coconut with a graham cracker crust (New) (Available beginning Dec. 1)  Gingerbread Spiced Caramel Blondie Bites: Gingerbread spice-dusted caramel blondie bites (New) (Available Dec. 1 through 31) Disney's Riviera Resort  Le Petit Café  Riviera Gingerbread Cookie: Gingerbread cookie with dark chocolate and sugar glaze (Available Nov. 20 through Jan. 2)  Panettone: Traditional Italian panettone (New) (Available Nov. 27 through Jan. 2)  Chocolate Peppermint Mousse: Dark chocolate mousse with white chocolate peppermint mousse center, brownie base, peppermint marshmallow, and truffle (New) (Available Dec. 1 through 30) Primo Piatto (Available Nov. 28 through Jan. 7; mobile order available) Vanilla, Cherry, and Gingerbread Cheesecake: Vanilla cheesecake with chocolate cheesecake swirl, Morello cherries, whipped gingerbread panna cotta, and milk chocolate Mickey coin (New) Topolino's Terrace Opera Cake: Almond joconde, mocha Italian buttercream, dark chocolate ganache, morello cherry (New) (Available Dec. 1 through 30)  Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort The Artist's Palette (Available Dec. 1 through 31; mobile order available)  Snowman Cupcake: Christmas confetti cupcake, cream cheese mousse, and buttercream (New)  Yule Log: Black Forest chocolate sponge cake, vanilla panna cotta, and cherry compote (New)  Peppermint Bark Mickey and Minnie Gingerbread Cookies: Gingerbread cookies dipped in dark chocolate Backstretch Pool Bar (Available Dec. 1 through 31) Christmas Tree Swirl: Vanilla soft-serve ice cream with edible sugar lights, sprinkles, and a white chocolate star (New)  The Turf Club Bar & Grill (Available Dec. 25 only)  Holiday Dinner: Pork shank with au gratin potatoes, house-made green bean casserole, roasted carrots, and a Parker House roll (New)  Chocolate Lava Cake with vanilla crème anglaise and peppermint crunch (New) Disney's Wilderness Lodge Roaring Fork (Mobile order available)  Pumpkin Moose Cake: Chocolate-dipped spice cake, milk chocolate pumpkin mousse, and dark chocolate antlers (Available Nov. 20 through Dec. 29)  Christmas Tree Mousse: White chocolate peppermint mousse, chocolate cake, and dark chocolate ganache in a vanilla tart shell (New) (Available Dec. 18 through 29)  Santa's Forest: Peppermint Cheesecake, chocolate cake, and fondant holiday décor (Plant-based) (Gluten/Wheat Friendly) (New) (Available Dec. 18 through 29) Molasses Crackle Cookie: A Disney's Wilderness Lodge tradition (Available Dec. 18 through 29) Whispering Canyon Cafe (Available Dec. 25 only) Holiday Skillet: Moonshine-glazed ham, slow-smoked pulled pork, Western-style sausages, maple-chipotle pork ribs, apple-cornbread stuffing, sautéed green beans, buttered corn, and smashed Yukon potatoesDisney's Yacht Club Resort The Market at Ale & Compass (Mobile order available)  Peppermint Trifle: Peppermint white chocolate mousse, chocolate cake, chocolate cookie crumble, dark chocolate peppermint mousse with whipped cream, chocolate curls, and crisp pearl décor (New) (Available Dec. 1 through Jan. 1)  Merry Mickey Cupcake: Traditional vanilla cupcake and vanilla buttercream with chocolate Mickey ears and holiday décor (New) (Available Nov. 1 through Jan. 1)  Christmas Tree Delight: Hot cocoa mousse with a marshmallow center on a chocolate cookie (New) (Available Nov. 1 through Jan. 1) Yachtsman Steakhouse (Available Dec. 24 and 25 only) Yachtsman's Yuletide: White chocolate-peppermint and mocha ice cream, chocolate cake, mocha ganache, vanilla meringue, and candy clouds (New)  Available at Various Table-service Restaurants and Lounges  Sweater Weather Sangria: Red sangria with Laird's Applejack brandy, and port wine with orange and cinnamon (New) (Available Nov. 28 through Dec. 31)  In Holiday Fashion: Buffalo Trace Bourbon, rosemary syrup, cranberry, lime, and cinnamon with option for a souvenir jingle glow cube (New) (Available Nov. 28 through Dec. 31) Available at Various Pool Bars Winter-rita: Teremana Tequila, Triple Sec, white cranberry juice, and lime juice with lime wheel and red salt rim (New) (Available Nov. 28 through Dec. 31) Disney's Vero Beach Resort Wind and Waves Grill (Available Dec. 25 only)  Christmas Buffet including classic holiday favorites with a beach resort twist --Foodie Guide to the Holidays at Walt Disney World Parks, Disney Springs 2022Disney SpringsAmorette's Patisserie  Ornament Mousse Dome Cake: Toasted marshmallow and hot chocolate mousse on a graham cracker chiffon cake (New) (Available from Nov. 11 through Dec. 30) Holiday Wreath Pastry: Gingerbread cookie cake topped with salted caramel spiced mousse and candied hazelnuts (New) (Available from Nov. 11 through Dec. 30) Santa Clause Petit Cake: Chocolate chip cookie cake, vanilla mousse, and chocolate chiffon cake (New) (Available from Nov. 16 through Dec. 30) Holiday Mickey Mousse: Chocolate chiffon cake, white and dark chocolate mousse, and white chocolate crisp pearls (New) (Available from Nov. 11 through Dec. 30) The Boathouse (Available from Nov. 18 through Jan. 15)Christmas Old Fashioned: Featured holiday drink with Heaven's Door Whiskey, rosemary, and cranberry simple syrupDockside Margaritas (Available from Nov. 11 through Dec. 30)Candy Cane Margarita: 1800 Silver Tequila, peppermint beverage syrup, lime juice, and a float of cranberry juice (New) D-Luxe Burger Bacon & Blue Burger: Two pressed signature blend patties, blue cheese crumble,  bacon, onion jam, lettuce, and tomato on a Parker House roll (Available through Dec. 30)  Peppermint Cookies & Cream Shake: Vanilla gelato, peppermint beverage syrup, and cookie crumbles (Available Nov. 11 through Dec. 30) Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew (Available Dec. 1 through 31) Half Dozen Christmas Donuts: A half dozen yeast donuts decorated with holly jolly edible décor, luscious buttercream, and toppings showcasing colors and images of the seasonThe Ganachery  Minnie Mouse Reindeer Piñata (New) (Available from Nov. 11 through Dec. 30) Gingerbread Ganache Square (Available from Nov. 11 through Dec. 30) Milk and Dark Chocolate Peppermint Bark (Available from Nov. 11 through Dec. 30) Olaf Hot Cocoa Surprise (Available from Nov. 11 through Dec. 30) Rowdy Reindeer: Milk chocolate reindeer available in non-alcoholic and alcoholic options (New) (Available from Dec. 18 through 30)  Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop (Available Nov. 1 through Dec. 25) Peppermint Hot CocoaGideon's Bakehouse (Available Nov. 25 through Dec. 31)  Kris Kringle Cookie: White chocolate coffee bean cookie with coconut, caramel, and vanilla bean notes topped with coarse sugar crystals and magic glitter Cookie Vom Krampus: A decadent triple chocolate cookie infused with peppermint and covered in cool chocolate mint Jock Lindsey's Holiday Bar (Available from Nov. 11 through Dec. 30) “Naughty or Nice” Deviled Eggs: Naughty: crispy ham and spicy honey glaze or Nice: crispy ham and sweet honey glaze (New) Here We Come A-Croquetting: Holiday croquettes with turkey and stuffing topped with bacon and cranberry jam and turkey gravy on a bed of pureed sweet potatoes (New)  Boughs of Holly Flatbread with Ham & Brie: Brie cheese, black forest ham, watercress, Granny Smith apples, pomegranate seed, and lemon vinaigrette Grandma's Revenge Venison Sliders: Venison sausage patty, bacon cranberry jam, watercress, and tomato on a Parker House roll Post-Flight “Milk” and Cookies: Assorted Christmas cookies and coquito (New)  Hot Chocolate Grail Flight: Traditional spiced butterscotch hot chocolate, white chocolate hot chocolate, and peppermint hot chocolate (New)  Claus Mo: Cosmopolitan garnished with a red sugar rim and a Santa hat made out of a strawberry and marshmallow Pomegranate Gin & Tonic: St. Augustine Gin, pomegranate juice, and tonic soda (New)  Yule Mule: Bombay Sapphire Gin, Fever Tree Ginger Beer, cranberry juice, rosemary simple syrup, and holly leaf sugar garnish Marketplace Snacks (Available Nov. 11 through Dec. 30) Santa Mickey Mouse Bubble Sundae: Vanilla soft-serve, Mickey Mouse bubble waffle, chocolate cookie pieces, chocolate sauce, Mickey Mouse Santa hat, and Chocolate Pocky Stick (New)  Splitsville Luxury Lanes (Available Nov. 25 through Jan. 2) Poinsettia Spritz: A refreshing cocktail made with plum-infused vodka, sugar plum jam, fresh lemon juice, allspice dram liqueur, and proseccoSwirls on the Water (Available Nov. 11 through Dec. 30)  Frozen Hot Chocolate with Peppermint Soft-serve: Frozen hot chocolate, peppermint soft-serve, and white chocolate peppermint bark (New)  Peppermint Chocolate Bark Soft-serve Nachos: Peppermint soft-serve, chocolate soft-serve, and waffle chips topped with whipped cream, M&M's chocolate candies, and chocolate sauce (New)  Vivoli il Gelato Santa's Little Helper Sundae: Two scoops of chocolate, mint chocolate chip, chocolate sauce, crushed peppermint, and whipped cream (Available Nov. 1 through Jan. 3) Spiced Apple Cider Float: Spiced apple cider gelato with Cigar City Homemade Apple Pie Cider (Available Nov. 1 through Jan. 3) Bah Humbug Milkshake: Milkshake with cake batter gelato, red velvet cake, and a red velvet cake to top (Available Nov. 1 through Jan. 4) Available at Outdoor Bars Throughout Disney Springs (Available Nov. 11 through Dec. 30) Red-Nosed Margarita: Patron Silver, Cointreau, pomegranate juice, cranberry juice, lime juice, sweet and sour, and pure cane syrup (New)  Fireside Cider: Fireball Whiskey, Stoli Vanilla Vodka, white cranberry juice, grenadine, and ginger ale garnished with a half rim of cinnamon sugar Available at Carts and Kiosks  Musical Holiday Tin Premium Bucket Mickey Mouse Snow Globe Sipper Cup Disney's Hollywood Studios ABC Commissary (Available Nov. 8 through Jan. 1; mobile order available) Holiday Minnie Mouse Bundt Cake: Spice cake rolled in cinnamon-sugar with apple pie filling and topped with spiced maple buttercream and salted caramel icing (New)  Reindeer Mousse: Spiced cherry-orange dark chocolate mousse, chocolate cake, and gold chocolate cookie base with dark chocolate glaze and milk chocolate buttercream (New)  Frozen Salted Caramel Hot Cocoa topped with mini marshmallows and chocolate sauce Backlot Express (Available Nov. 8 through Jan. 1; mobile order available) Red Velvet Whoopie Pie: Red Velvet Cake, candy cane buttercream, and holiday sprinkles Frozen Salted Caramel Hot Cocoa topped with mini marshmallows and chocolate sauce Dockside Diner (Available Nov. 8 through Jan. 1; mobile order available) Holiday Tree Marshmallow: Vanilla bean marshmallow and raspberry jam dipped in chocolate on top of a vanilla cookie (New) Hot Cocoa Flight: Flight of three hot cocoa with Stoli Vanil Vodka, Red Stag Cherry Whiskey, and Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur Fairfax Fare (Available Nov. 8 through Jan. 1; mobile order available)Hot Cocoa Flight: Flight of three hot cocoa with Stoli Vanil Vodka, Red Stag Cherry Whiskey, and Baileys Irish Cream LiqueurHollywood Scoops (Available Nov. 8 through Jan. 1)Candy Cane Milkshake: Peppermint ice cream shake topped with whipped cream, chocolate cake doughnut, and candy cane sprinklesThe Hollywood Brown Derby (Available Nov. 8 through Jan. 1) sWinter Signature Dessert: Pumpkin mousse, milk chocolate Cremeux, chocolate pecan cookie, vanilla sauce, Chantilly cream, and a pecan crumble (New) PizzeRizzo (Available Nov. 8 through Jan. 1; mobile order available) Melted Snowman Sugar Cookie: Sugar cookie with red and green sugar, white chocolate, marshmallow, dark chocolate top hat, raspberry-chocolate twigs, orange sprinkle, and chocolate covered cocoa nibs (New) Frozen Salted Caramel Hot Cocoa topped with mini marshmallows and chocolate sauce Rosie's All-American Café (Available Nov. 8 through Jan. 1; mobile order available) Santa Mickey Mouse Cupcake: Chocolate cake filled with mocha fudge and topped with red almond buttercream, white chocolate, and dark chocolate Mickey Mouse ears (New)  Frozen Salted Caramel Hot Cocoa topped with mini marshmallows and chocolate sauce The Trolly Car Café (Available Nov. 8 through Jan. 1)  Mickey Mouse Gingerbread Cookie (New)  Red Velvet Whoopie Pie: Red Velvet Cake, candy cane buttercream, and holiday sprinkles Woody's Lunchbox (Available Nov. 8 through Jan. 1; mobile order available)Hot Chocolate Lunch Box Tart: Chocolate fudge filling, hot chocolate marshmallow fondant, and mini marshmallows (New)  Available at Various Locations Throughout Disney's Hollywood Studios (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 1)  In Holiday Fashion: Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon, rosemary syrup, cranberry, lime and cinnamon (New); Available at the following:  Animation Courtyard Bar The Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge Hollywood & Vine Oasis Canteen Tune-in Lounge Sunshine Day Bar 50's Prime Time Café Mickey Mouse Snow Globe Sipper (New); Available at the following:  ABC Commissary Backlot Express The Market PizzeRizzo Rosie's All-American Café Main Entrance Outdoor Kiosk Musical Holiday Tin Premium Bucket (New);Available at the following: Popcorn Kiosks near Hollywood Boulevard, Hyperion Theater, and Animation Courtyard Toy Story Blocks Premium Bucket (New);Available at the following: Popcorn Kiosks near Hyperion Theater, Animation Courtyard, and in Toy Story Land Available at Outdoor Kiosk Locations (Available Nov. 8 through Jan. 1) Mickey Mouse Brownie: Chocolate brownie with holiday sprinkles Holiday Popcorn Mix: Caramel corn with white chocolate, red and green M&M's chocolate candies, and candy cane peppermint pieces presented by Freeform 25 Days of Christmas Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park Creature Comforts (Available Dec. 19 through 31) Holiday Mousse Dome: Amaretto chocolate mousse cherry cranberry coulis, orange chocolate cake, white chocolate glaçage, and chocolate piecesFlame Tree Barbecue, Pizzafari, and Restaurantosaurus (Available Dec. 1 through 30; mobile order available) Menagerie Cupcake: Gingerbread cake with cream cheese filling and vanilla frostingIsle of Java (Available through Dec. 31)  S'mores Hot Cocoa: Crowned with a swirl of whipped cream and a sprinkling of graham cracker crumbs Sea Salt Caramel Hot Cocoa topped with sweet, whipped cream and drizzles of luscious caramel syrup Peppermint Hot Cocoa: Wintry taste of Peppermint bits sprinkled over whipped cream Satu'li Canteen (Available Dec. 22 through 31; mobile order available) Peppermint Cream Cheese Mousse with peppermint sauce, peppermint candy pieces, and chocolate “dirt”Tiffins (Available Dec. 24 through Jan. 1) Horchata Mousse with a gingerbread sable cookie, pecan praline crumble, coffee ice cream, and bourbon caramel saucesTusker House (Available Nov. 11 through Dec. 31)  In Holiday Fashion: Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon, rosemary syrup, cranberry, lime, and cinnamon (New) (Souvenir jingle glow cube available)  Available at Popcorn Carts (Available through Dec. 31)  Musical Holiday Tin Premium Bucket (New)  Mickey Mouse Snow Globe Sipper Cup (New)  Gold Tree Popcorn Bucket -- Foodie Guide to Festival of Holidays 2022 at Disneyland ResortThis runs through January 8, 2023 and yes, you can buy a Sip and Savor Pass.Disneyland Park Alien Pizza Planet (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available) Charcuterie Pizza Slice topped with pesto cream sauce, fig marmalade, prosciutto, capocollo, Spanish chorizo, caramelized onions, cornichons, cheese blend, and arugula (New)  Holiday Green Alien Macaron filled with marshmallow creme and chocolate ganache  French Market Restaurant (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available) Haunted Mansion Cake: Purple sponge cake, raspberry mousse, raspberries, and cocoa nibs Peppermint Hot Chocolate: Smooth, rich hot chocolate topped with whipped cream and crushed peppermint (New) Galactic Grill (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available) Cranberry BBQ Chicken Sandwich: A fried chicken sandwich with cranberry-flavored BBQ sauce, provolone, onion ring, arugula, and citrus bacon aïoli served on a toasted brioche bun (New)  A Cup of Cheer: Orange cranberry cake with cream cheese icing topped with an orange cream-filled cream puff, dried cranberries, and holiday sprinkles (New)  Christmas Punch: Pomegranate, cranberry, and orange juices with Sprite served over ice and garnished with fresh pomegranate seeds, cranberries, and a rosemary sprig (New)  Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available)  Peppermint Holiday Sundae: Two scoops of peppermint ice cream, whipped cream, crushed peppermint, and chocolate crème cookies (New)  Cinnamon Brown Sugar Ice Cream (New)  Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich: Cinnamon brown sugar ice cream between oatmeal raisin cookies (New)  Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available) Thanks-mas Sandwich: Roasted turkey, stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce on rustic bread served with house-made chips Turkey Pot Pie Soup Sipping Chocolate with a Dipping Waffle: Thick and rich sipping chocolate with a sweet waffle for dipping Snowman Cinnamon Roll Cheesecake: Cinnamon roll-flavored cheesecake, cream cheese icing, milk chocolate nougatine arms, and snowman chocolate decoration (contains nuts) (New)  Santa Hat Macaron: Almond macaron shells with white peppermint cream filling and rich chocolate ganache Christmas Brownie: Dark chocolate brownie with white chocolate mousse Santa hat, sprinkles, and chocolate ears (New)  Mickey Mouse Gingerbread: Soft gingerbread Mickey Mouse-shaped cookie (Limit 5 per guest per transaction) Chimney Sweep Cold Brew: Cold brew coffee with hickory-smoked syrup, chocolate and caramel sauces, cream, and smoked salt-sugar sprinkle (New) Apple-Pecan Donut: Specialty donut with spiced icing, apple compote, candied pecans, and cream cheese frosting (New) Peppermint Cookie Donut: Specialty donut with peppermint icing, crushed peppermint, chocolate crème-filled cookies, and whipped topping (New)  Holiday Demitasse Ceramic Cup (Available beginning Nov. 11 while supplies last) Market House (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8)Mickey Mouse Gingerbread: Soft gingerbread Mickey Mouse-shaped cookie (Limit 5 per guest per transaction)  Mint Julep Bar (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available) Maple Beignets rolled in maple-flavored sugar Maple-bacon dipping sauce‌ (New) Plaza Inn (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8)  Gingerbread Bundt Cake: Gingerbread Bundt cake with apple cinnamon filling, vanilla glaze, and holiday sprinkles Holiday Cake: Devil's food cake with swirled white chocolate mousse filling, buttercream frosting, and holiday sprinkles Vanilla Pear Honey Lemonade: Lemonade infused with honey and pear nectar (New)  Pooh Corner and Candy Palace and Candy Kitchen (Available Nov. 11 through Dec. 31) Holiday Milk Wand: Three marshmallows dipped in caramel, enrobed in milk chocolate, and drizzled with green and red colored chocolate (New) Peppermint Mickey Mouse: Mickey Mouse-shaped marshmallow dipped in dark chocolate and covered in peppermint crunch Mickey Mouse Holiday Apple: Green Granny Smith apple dipped in caramel with marshmallow ears enrobed in milk chocolate, drizzled with green and red-colored white chocolate, and sprinkled with holiday cheer (New)  Snowflake Mickey Mouse Apple: Green Granny Smith apple dipped in caramel with marshmallow ears enrobed in white chocolate, covered in blue sugar, and decorated with a white chocolate snowflake Mickey Mouse Gingerbread Crisped Rice Treat: Mickey Mouse-shaped crisped rice treat dipped in white-colored chocolate, embellished with a dark chocolate face, and decorated with green and red white chocolate Mickey Mouse Holiday Crisped Rice Treat: Mickey Mouse-shaped cereal treat dipped in red-colored white chocolate, drizzled with green-colored white chocolate, and sprinkled with holiday cheer décor Holiday Cake Pops: Round chocolate cake pop dipped in milk chocolate and sprinkled with holiday cheer décor Holiday Minnie Mouse Cake Pop: Vanilla cake with marshmallow ears, dipped in red-colored white chocolate, drizzled with green-colored white chocolate, and topped with a white chocolate Minnie Mouse bow Rancho del Zocalo (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available)  Caldo de Pollo: Savory soup with chicken, rice, and vegetables Chile Verde: Slow-cooked pork with spicy tomatillo sauce served with Mexican rice and refried beans (New)  Pan Dulce Ice Cream Sandwich: Colorful Mexican sweet bread with eggnog ice cream, hot buttered rum-flavored sauce, whipped topping, and chocolate skull (New)  Hot Chocolate Red Rose Taverne (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available)  Holiday Flatbread: Pepperoni, sausage, and ham flatbread topped with arugula (New)  Holiday Cold Brew: Cold brew coffee with eggnog flavor Refreshment Corner (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available) Spicy Beef & Cheese Sandwich: Beef steak, cheese sauce, sautéed peppers and onions, and spicy pepper spread on artisan bread (New) Caramel-Pecan Cream Cheese Pretzel: Cream cheese pretzel topped with caramel sauce and candied pecans (New) Peppermint Cream Cheese Pretzel: Cream cheese pretzel topped with white chocolate and crushed candy canes (New) Butterscotch Soda: Sparkling water with butterscotch syrup, caramel drizzle, and cream (New) River Belle Terrace (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8)Pear Oat Cobbler: Spiced pears, oat streusel, and cranberry sorbet (New) (Plant-based)Stage Door Café (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available)Peppermint Mocha Funnel Cake with cold brew sauce topped with chocolate sauce, peppermint dust, and whipped topping (New) The Tropical Hideaway (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8)Holiday DOLE Whip Sundae: A swirl of DOLE Whip cherry and lime topped with festive decorationsChurro and Lemonade Cart in Critter Country (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8)Bride Churro: Elegantly dressed churro in a bouquet of vanilla and sugar  Churro Cart near “it's a small world” Holiday (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8) Churro with holiday apple spice dipping sauce (New) Churro Cart near Sleeping Beauty Castle (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8) Candy Cane Churro (New)  Peppermint Bark Dipping Sauce: Chocolate fudge infused with peppermint and topped with crushed candy canes (New)  Churro Cart in New Orleans Square (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8)Chocolate Cherry-Pistachio Churro: Classic churro rolled in chocolate cookie and pistachio dust, drizzled with cherry sauce, and topped with chopped pistachios (New)  Churro Cart in Town Square (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8) Mint Chip Churro (New)  Mint-Chocolate Dipping Sauce: Marshmallow creme infused with mint and topped with crushed chocolate cookies (New) Pretzel Cart in Frontierland (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8)Holiday Cookie Pretzel: Ginger snap cookie-dusted pretzel with vanilla icing dipping sauce (New)  Outdoor Vending Carts (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8) Christmas Cotton Candy: Apple flavorAvailable at Various Locations throughout Disneyland Park (Available beginning Nov. 11 while supplies last)  Musical Holiday Tin Premium Bucket Reindeer Parade Sipper Award Wieners (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available) Pastrami Reuben Dog: All-beef hot dog topped with thinly sliced pastrami, caramelized onions, pickled cabbage, Thousand Island dressing, spicy mustard, provolone, and pickle spears on a toasted baguette (New) Bananas Foster Funnel Cake Fries topped with cinnamon-banana sugar, caramel sauce, whipped topping, and fried bananas (New) Embolden Beer Co., Beyond Borders (New)  Bing Bong's Sweet Stuff and Trolley Treats (Available Nov. 11 through Dec. 31) Holiday Milk Wand: Three marshmallows dipped in caramel, enrobed in milk chocolate, and drizzled with green and red colored chocolate (New) Peppermint Mickey Mouse: Mickey Mouse-shaped marshmallow dipped in dark chocolate and covered in peppermint crunch Mickey Mouse Holiday Apple: Green Granny Smith apple dipped in caramel with marshmallow ears enrobed in milk chocolate, drizzled with green and red-colored white chocolate, and sprinkled with holiday cheer (New)  Snowflake Mickey Mouse Apple: Green Granny Smith apple dipped in caramel with marshmallow ears enrobed in white chocolate, covered in blue sugar, and decorated with a white chocolate snowflake Mickey Mouse Gingerbread Crisped Rice Treat: Mickey Mouse-shaped crisped rice treat dipped in white-colored chocolate, embellished with a dark chocolate face, and decorated with green and red white chocolate Mickey Mouse Holiday Crisped Rice Treat: Mickey Mouse-shaped cereal treat dipped in red-colored white chocolate, drizzled with green-colored white chocolate, and sprinkled with holiday cheer décor Holiday Cake Pops: Round chocolate cake pop dipped in milk chocolate and sprinkled with holiday cheer décor Holiday Minnie Mouse Cake Pop: Vanilla cake with marshmallow ears, dipped in red-colored white chocolate, drizzled with green-colored white chocolate, and topped with a white chocolate Minnie Mouse bow Boardwalk Pizza and Pasta (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8) Four-Meat Pizza: Tomato sauce with ham, Canadian bacon, sausage, and pepperoni topped with mozzarella Mexican Chocolate Cheesecake: Spiced chocolate cheesecake finished with white chocolate mousse and chocolate decoration (New) Boudin Bread Cart (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8) Snowman Sourdough Bread (Plant-based) Candy Cane Sourdough Bread (Plant-based) Christmas Tree Pull-Apart Sourdough Bread (Plant-based) Clarabelle's Hand-Scooped Ice Cream (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available) Chocolate-Peppermint Sundae: Chocolate and peppermint ice cream in a waffle cup topped with whipped cream and peppermint candy (New)  Pomegranate Hard Float: Pomegranate hard cider with lemon sorbet topped with pomegranate arils (New) Pomegranate Hard Cider (New) Cocina Cucamonga (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available)Winter Margarita: Black cherry margarita (New) Cozy Cone (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available)  Luigi Chicken Pesto Cone: Creamy pesto alfredo pasta, marinated chicken, balsamic glaze, bruschetta tomatoes, and Romano cheese Esquite Corn Fritters: Fried corn fritters tossed in chile-lime seasoning and topped with cilantro-lime dressing, cotija cheese, and pico de gallo (New)  Pumpkin Pie Churro: Churro rolled in pumpkin spice sugar with pumpkin pie dipping sauce (New)  Christmas Tree Cone: Peppermint soft-serve decorated with holiday sprinkles Stereo Tangerine Express IPA Michelada with chile-lime seasoning and lime (New)  Stereo Tangerine Express IPA (New)  Peanut Butter Whiskey Cocktail: Peanut butter whiskey, peanut butter syrup, vanilla ice cream, almond milk, and cinnamon sugar topped with whipped cream and peanut butter drizzle (New)  Fairfax Market Fruit Cart (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8) Seasonal Agua Fresca: Christmas punch (New) Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Cafe (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8) Mickey Mouse Gingerbread: Soft gingerbread Mickey Mouse-shaped cookie (Limit 5 per guest per transaction) Flo's V-8 Café (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available) Gingerbread Shake with whipped topping and a gingerbread cake doughnut (New)  New Motion, Blueberry Insight, Hard Sparkling Black Tea (New) Hollywood Lounge (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available) Churro Delight: Horchata garnished with mini churros (Non-alcoholic) (New) Everything Spice: RumChata, horchata, spiced rum, and butterscotch liqueur garnished with mini churros and dusted with cinnamon (New) Pineapple-Fresno Chile Michelada: Tomato-based michelada with pineapple-fresno chile lemonade and Modelo garnished with chile-lime seasoning and lime (New) Gingerbread Mule: Cinnamon whiskey, ginger beer, lemon juice, and gingerbread syrup garnished with a maraschino cherry (New) Harland Brewing Co., Winter IPA (New) La Bodega Azteca Stout (New) Calidad Hibiscus Watermelon Agua Fresca (New) Smog City Brewing, From LA with Love (New) Lamplight Lounge - Boardwalk Dining (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8) Braised Beef Poutine: Steak fries, braised beef, cheese curds, beef gravy, and tomatillo-serrano salsa garnished with Fresno chiles Peppermint-Vanilla Vodka Hot Chocolate: Hot chocolate with peppermint schnapps and vanilla vodka topped with whipped cream and peppermint Holiday Martini: A festive twist on a classic vanilla vodka paired with peppermint, chocolate liqueur, and Frangelico Lamplight Lounge (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8) Braised Winter Beef: Slow braised beef with carrot risotto and pea tendrils (New)  Peppermint Donuts: Hot cocoa-dusted donuts with toasted marshmallow crème and peppermint-chocolate dipping sauce Peppermint-Vanilla Vodka Hot Chocolate: Hot chocolate with peppermint schnapps and vanilla vodka topped with whipped cream and peppermint Holiday Martini: A festive twist on a classic vanilla vodka paired with peppermint, chocolate liqueur, and Frangelico Pixar Ball Sipper (Available beginning Nov. 11 while supplies last)  Lucky Fortune Cookery (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available)Thai Iced Tea with sea salt cream and brown sugar bobaMortimer's Market (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8)Christmas Tree Pull-Apart Sourdough Bread (Plant-based)Pacific Wharf Cappuccino Cart (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available)  Salted Caramel-Mocha Bundt Cake: Coffee Bundt cake filled with salted caramel, finished with ganache, sprinkles, and white chocolate mousse (New)  Mickey Mouse Gingerbread: Soft gingerbread Mickey Mouse-shaped cookie (Limit 5 per guest per transaction) Pym Test Kitchen (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available)Atomic Pretzel: Apple-Bacon Soft Pretzel with cinnamon-sugar salted pretzel with apple-bacon compote, cranberries, caramel sauce, cream cheese, and candied pepper bacon (New)  Schmoozies! (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available)  Dulce de Leche Mickey Mouse Shake topped with whipped topping, caramel sauce, and vanilla crème cookies (New)  Chocolate-Cherry Yule Log Shake topped with a slice of hazelnut-chocolate yule log (New)  Smokejumpers Grill (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8; mobile order available)  Maple-Bacon Shake: Maple-flavored shake topped with whipped cream, bacon bits, and maple drizzle (New)  Pineapple Limeade: Limeade, pineapple juice, and sour green apple syrup with a red sugar rim (New)  Holiday Punch Cocktail: Vodka with cranberry and orange juices garnished with fresh cranberries (New)  Karl Strauss Brewing Co., Tangible IPA (New) Anchor Brewing, Christmas Ale (New)  Honest Abe Hard Apple Pie Cider (New) Churro Cart on Buena Vista Street (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8)Caramel Apple Churro: Churro topped with spiced apples, caramel sauce, and whipped topping (New) Churro Cart near Goofy's Sky School (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8)Abuelita Hot Chocolate Churro with condensed milk dipping sauceChurro Cart near Grizzly Peak (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8)Peppermint Churro: Churro coated with crushed candy canes and drizzled with chocolate and vanilla sauceChurro Cart in Hollywood Land (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8)Chocolate Cherry-Pistachio Churro: Classic churro rolled in chocolate cookie and pistachio dust, drizzled with cherry sauce, and topped with chopped pistachios (New) Outdoor Vending (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8) White Cotton CandyAvailable at Various Locations throughout Disney California Adventure Park (Available beginning Nov. 11 while supplies last) Light Up Holiday Swizzle Stick Light Up Toy Story Christmas Tree Bucket Available at Various Locations throughout Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park (Available beginning Nov. 11 while supplies last) Holiday Base Bucket Holiday Travel Tumbler with lanyard Holiday Stainless Steel Tumbler Blue Mickey Mouse Jingle Bell Glow Cube White Mickey Mouse Jingle Bell Glow Cube Gingerbread Bottle Topper Holiday Kermit Straw Clip Wreath Mickey Mouse Ear Hat Bowl Gingerbread Mickey Mouse Ear Hat Bowl Disney California Adventure ParkFavorite Things  Chicken Tikka Masala with cardamom basmati rice, lemon raita, cilantro, and garlic naan crumble (New)  Claus' Hot Cocoa Macaron: Inspired by the Disney+ series The Santa Clauses, features a red macaron filled with chocolate hot cocoa filling and ganache finished with a chocolate decoration Churro Toffee Cold Brew Latte Cocktail: Joffrey's Coffee & Tea Co. Mexico Origin Blend Coffee, coffee liqueur, demerara, cinnamon sugar, vanilla bean, and almond milk garnished with churro syrup, whipped cream, and chocolate toffee crumbles (New)  Making Spirits Bright Mickey Mouse-shaped Gingerbread Cookie Santa's Milk & Cookies Hot Cocoa: Inspired by the Disney+ series The Santa Clauses, whole milk with flavors of cookies & cream and white chocolate topped with flavored whipped cream (New) (Non-alcoholic) Maple-Hazelnut Hot Buttered Rum: Rum, maple, hazelnut, demerara, butter, cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove garnished with salted caramel whipped cream, sea salt, and demerara sugar sprinkle Red Wine Flight: Sebastiani Cabernet Sauvignon, Kunde Merlot, and Alexander Valley Vineyards Syrah (New)  White Wine Flight: Zaca Mesa Viognier, Fess Parker Winery Chardonnay, Dr Loosen, Riesling, and Domaine Ste Michelle Brut Sparkling (New)  Grandma's Recipes IMPOSSIBLE Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes with classic gravy and crispy shallots (New)  Pumpkin Layered Cheesecake: Layers of New York-style cheesecake, pumpkin gooey cake, and graham cracker topped with spiced Chantilly and a chocolate decoration (New)  Hummingbird Cocktail: Bourbon, créme de banana Liqueur, pineapple juice, banana purée, butter pecan syrup, cinnamon sugar, demerara, and vanilla bean garnished with a pineapple wedge (New)  Blood Orange-Pom Limeade: Pomegranate and lime juices with cookie butter and blood orange syrups garnished with a lime wheel (New) Merry Mashups   Turkey Poutine: Layers of roasted turkey, sweet potato bites, cheese curds, and gravy topped with frosted cranberries (New) Esquites Carnitas Mac & Cheese: Esquites-inspired mac & cheese with carnitas, salsa macha, spiced puffed rice, freeze-dried corn, and chopped cilantro Spicy Apple Cider Margarita: Reposado tequila, apple cider, house-made ghost pepper-cinnamon syrup, raspberry syrup, and lime juice garnished with an apple chip (New)  Holiday Duets  Southern Mac 'n Cheese: Cajun-style mac & cheese with andouille sausage and spiced panko crunch (New)  Pork Belly Adobo: Garlic fried rice with braised pork belly, chicharron pieces, and green onions Ceylon Splash: Joffrey's Coffee & Tea Co. Ceylon Black Tea, passion fruit juice, coconut syrup, and calamansi purée garnished with an edible purple orchid (New) (Non-alcoholic) Huckleberry Sake Sangria: Merlot, sake, huckleberry syrup, orange juice, and cinnamon syrup topped with sparkling water and garnished with an orange wheel (New)  A Twist on Tradition   Curry Mac 'n Cheese with cilantro oil and crispy garbanzos (New)  Lox & Everything Bagel Nachos: Bagel chips, cream cheese, diced smoked salmon, everything spice, and mixture of onions, tomatoes, and capers Guava-Melon Lassi: Guava nectar, rock melon syrup, nonfat yogurt, and honey garnished with cinnamon whipped cream and honey-flavored cereal (New)  Brews & Bites IMPOSSIBLE Chorizo Queso Fundido topped with chopped cilantro served with house-made tortilla chips Two Coast Brewing Co. Saint Father Festbier: Authentic Oktoberfest Festbier; a Deep Golden Strong Lager with a robust body, a fine balance of spice, hints of floral notes, and a gentle bitterness (New)  North Coast Brewing Red Seal Ale (Nitro): Full-bodied copper-red pale ale with notes of hops and a spicy finish (New)  Stone Brewing Imperial Stout: Rich stout with notes of chocolate, coffee, black currants, anise, and roasted malts (New) Golden Road Brewing Christmas Cart Wheat Ale: Wheat ale bursting with bright cherries and spiced cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, and allspice (New)  Brewery X Happy Holihaze Blood Orange Hazy IPA: Hazy IPA with simcoe, citra, and mosaic hops flavors and aromas of blood orange and citrus (New)  Stereo Brewing Love Buzz Coffee Amber Ale: A coffee-forward, light-bodied amber ale with El Salvadorian coffee, whole vanilla beans, and a touch of sweetness with aromas of toffee and hazelnut with a smooth finish (New)  Sierra Nevada Celebration Fresh Hop IPA: Blend of cascade and centennial hops for aromas and flavors of citrus, pine, and floral notes (New)  Alesmith Brewing Nut Brown Ale: Deep brown color with rich, malt-forward flavor with notes of biscuit, mild cocoa, and earthy hops (New)  Ficklewood Ciderworks Bramblebark: A creamy and aromatic cider with blackberries and a touch of vanilla aged in Hungarian and French oak barrel (New)  Juneshine Hard Kombucha Açaí Berry: Brewed with organic açaí and blueberries for a subtle earthiness (New)  Allagash Brewing Curieux Bourbon Barrel-Aged Golden Ale: Notes of vanilla, caramel, oak, and hints of bourbon (New)  Bottle Logic Pumpkin Spice Latte Stout: Fresh pastry stout with pumpkin, lactose, spices, and coffee (New)  Seasonal Special Beer Flight: North Coast Brewing, Red Seal Ale, Stereo Brewing, Love Buzz Coffee Amber Ale, Alesmith Brewing, Nut Brown Ale, Bottle Logic, and Pumpkin Flavored Stout (New)  Festive Favorites Beer Flight: Two Coast Brewing Co., Saint Father Brewery X Blood Orange Dictionary Hazy IPA Allagash Brewing, Curieux Barrel-Aged Golden Ale Stone Brewing, and Imperial Stout (New) Holiday Hoppiness Beer Flight: Ficklewood Ciderworks, Bramblebark Juneshine Hard Kombucha, Açaí Berry Golden Road Brewing, Christmas Cart Wheat Ale, and Sierra Nevada Celebration Fresh Hop IPA (New) Winter Sliderland  Holiday Ham Slider with cranberry-bacon jam and Gruyère on a salt and pepper brioche bun (New)  Brisket Slider with smoked onions and horseradish ketchup on a pretzel roll (New)  Cherry-Mango Punch: Cherry syrup, mango, and peach nectars with lemon juice garnished with a frozen peach (New) (Non-alcoholic) Tiramisu Yule Log Cocktail: Vodka, hazelnut liqueur, oat milk, tiramisu syrup and chocolate bitters, garnished with Valrhona chocolate powder (New)  Visions of Sugar Plums  Sweet Potato-stuffed Corn Muffin with red beans, rice, and green onions Chocolate Bourbon-flavored Tart made with TWIX Cookie Bar Pieces: Layers of caramel and chocolate bourbon-flavored mousse made with TWIX Cookie Bar pieces (New)  Cranberry-Chai Pisco Punch: South American Brandy, cranberry, and lemon juices with cranberry and chai syrups garnished with a lemon wheel (New)  Piña-Hibiscus Mezcal Mule: Mezcal, pineapple-ginger-lemon purée, pineapple, lemon juices, hibiscus syrup, and ginger beer garnished with a pineapple wheel (New)  Available at all Festival MarketplacesPurple Mickey Mouse Jingle Bell Glow CubeTreats for Santa Cart  Santa's Milk & Cookies Hot Cocoa Inspired by the Disney+ series The Santa Clauses: Whole milk with flavors of cookies & cream and white chocolate topped with flavored whipped cream (New) Hot Buttered Rum: Rum, maple, hazelnut, Demerara sugar, butter, cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, and salted caramel Cookie Decorating Kit: Mickey Mouse snowman cookie decorating kit (New)  Cocina Cucamonga (Mobile order available) Capirotada: Mexican bread pudding with raisins, peanuts, walnuts, and green apples topped with fresh bananas, sweetened condensed milk, and toasted coconut (New)  Holiday Ponche: Holiday-spiced guava drink served with fresh fruit and sugar cane (New) (Non-alcoholic) Holiday Ponche Cocktail: Holiday-spiced guava drink served with fresh fruit, sugar cane, and a shot of tequila Viva Navidad at Paradise Garden Grill IMPOSSIBLE Albondigas Soup: IMPOSSIBLE meatballs in a vegetable soup (New) (Plant-based offering) Loaded Yucca Fries topped with arbol chile cheese sauce, carne asada, guacamole, sour cream, and pickled red onion (New)  Pozole Dip Torta: Pozole-braised pork torta with hominy spread, cabbage, radish, cilantro, and jalapeño served with a side of pozole consommé Chicken Tinga Arepa: Handmade arepa topped with refried beans, chicken Tinga, cabbage, avocado, and queso fresco (New)  Chicken Tinga Burrito: Chicken Tinga, rice, and beans in a flour tortilla served with corn tortilla chips (New)  Mango Tres Leches: Tres leches parfait with white cake and mango purée topped with caramel Chantilly, green whipped topping, and sprinkles (New) Watermelon Candy Cocktail: Tequila, watermelon schnapps, and pineapple juice with a Chamoy and chile-lime seasoned rim Pacific Wharf Café (Mobile order available) Holiday Sandwich: Black Forest ham, whole-grain mustard spread, cranberry mayo, and arugula on a stuffing roll served with chips (New)  Chicken Tortilla Soup with grilled corn, fresh onion, and cilantro topped with crispy tortilla strips and served in a bread bowl (New)  Peppermint Bark Bread Pudding: White chocolate, chocolate chips and peppermint with whipped topping and crème anglaise (New) Pacific Wharf Cappuccino Cart (Mobile order available)Caramel Toffee Horchata Cold Brew: House-made rice and cinnamon beverage flavored with toffee and finished with whipped topping, caramel drizzle, and toffee (New) Pym Tasting Lab (Mobile order available)Snack Molecules: Mini pretzels, honey-roasted peanuts, and popped sorghum with winter flavors (New) Smokejumpers Grill (Mobile order available) Loaded Latkes: Traditional latkes loaded with smoked brisket and topped with dairy-free horseradish cream and scallionsSonoma Terrace (Mobile order available)   Colombian Empanadas: Colombian-style beef empanadas, served with aji verde and cabbage salad tossed with cilantro dressing and escabeche (New)  Mistletoe Mule: A twist on a classic mule with cranberry juice and agave garnished with a sprig of rosemary and a cape cranberry Terran Treats (Mobile order available)Hot Chocolate Churro: Hazelnut chocolate, spicy chocolate streusel, and mini marshmallows (New)  Seasonal Outdoor Carts  Gingerbread Cake topped with a molasses glaze, a gingerbread man, and sprinkles (New)  Bean & Cheese Pupusa with a side of curtido and tomato sauce (New)  Calidad Spiked Sparkling Agua Fresca: Sweet prickly pear and tangy pomegranate flavors (New)  Downtown Disney District Friends of the FestivalNaples Ristorante e Bar (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8)  Tikka Masala Pizza: Inspired by Diwali; hand-tossed traditional Neapolitan-style pizza crust topped with a generous base of tikka masala sauce, red onion, green bell pepper, and mozzarella cheese (Available with marinated chicken or paneer) (New)  Tuk Tuk: Inspired by Diwali. Blanco tequila, ginger syrup, tamarind syrup, and lime juice shaken on the rocks and garnished with a lime wheel and chili-lime seasoning rim (Non-alcoholic version available) (New)  Tortilla Jo's (Available Nov. 11 through Jan. 8) Dulce De Leche Tamales: Cinnamon, evaporated milk, regular milk, Cajeta de Celaya, vanilla extract, sugar, and cream cheese topped with pecans and powdered sugar (New)  Thank You for Listening to the Disney Travel PodcastThank you very much for listening to this episode, Amelia and I hope that you enjoyed it. If you did, we would be very grateful if you could rate, review and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts/iTunes (or on whichever app you choose to listen). A brief review about what you liked most about an episode truly helps to keep the show going by exposing it to new listeners. We look forward to continue producing new episodes each week.Sharing the podcast with your friends and on social media is also extremely helpful and very much appreciated.Shop 1923 Main StreetFeel free to visit our 1923 Main Street® Disney merchandise shop where we have hundreds of unique and original Disney-inspired t-shirts, leggings, clothing, mugs, phone cases and much more. You'll find everything from 1923 Main Street logo merchandise to custom created authentic Disney-inspired originals, including lots of great patterns for leggings and other items.Contact 1923 Main StreetThank you for listening to the Disney Travel News Podcast at 1923MainStreet.com. As always, we love to get feedback and questions from our listeners and to hear your suggestions and ideas for future episodes.Please be sure to follow along on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.Thank you for listening and have a magical day!Mike Belobradic and Amelia Belobradic--Media provided by Jamendo

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Learning Strategies #120 - 5 Simple Ways to Learn New Hungarian Words

Learn Hungarian | HungarianPod101.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 3:20


discover effective strategies and tips for learning hungarian

The European Skeptics Podcast
TheESP – Ep. #351 – Camilla's Queenly Cleanse

The European Skeptics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 59:49


– Czech / Slovak Skeptical TV-series ‘Investigátori' renewed for second season! The gang is reunited and there's so much to talk about – memories of QED, the Ockham Award, the Rusty Razor and our upcoming Australian Tour. With sadness we note the passing of Kendrick Frazier and then we talk to Claire Klingenberg and Peter Pokorný regarding the second season(!) of their skeptical TV series ‘Investigátori‘ (‘The Investogators'). In TWISH we remember the Hungarian scientific communicator and TV personality József Öveges and then Frankie gets a poking for the latest Cardinal scandal. Then it's time for the news: INTERNATIONAL: COP27 now on! UK: Earthshot Prize announced INTERNATIONAL: Is Google funding climate change disinformation? INTERNATIONAL: Public more likely to support climate action if other countries commit as well EUROPE: Europe's unvaccinated children GERMANY: INH press Release SWEDEN: New book out by Greta Thunberg FINLAND: Change to abortion laws in Finland POLAND: Tomasz Witkowski's new book Queen Consort Camilla goes to India to cleanse her chakras and for that she is Really Wrong. Enjoy! Segments: Intro; Greetings; Interview; TWISH; Pontus Pokes The Pope; News; Really Wrong; Quote And Farewell; Outro; Out-Takes;

On The Wing Podcast
PODCAST EP. 189: Big Game Migration Corridors Create Coveys in Montana

On The Wing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 44:10


This is the first episode from Rooster Road Trip XIII. True to the Rooster Road Trip's ethos, this year's event takes place all on publicly-accessible lands in search of an upland mixed bag of pheasants, sharp-tailed grouse, and Hungarian partridge in Montana. To kick off this year's trip, host Bob St.Pierre is joined by Pheasants Forever's Director of Marketing Andrew Vavra, Montana State Coordinator Hunter VanDonsel, and the organization's new Social Media Strategist Nate Akey for a conversation about the intersection between upland birds, pronghorns, water quality, and public access in Montana. Episode Highlights: • VanDonsel explains Montana's “Hydration for Migration” initiative to help address inadequate water for livestock, which also produces critical grassland habitat for pronghorns, sharp-tailed grouse, and a wide array of other upland wildlife species. Thanks to participating landowners, this approach has resulted in 29,681 acres of grasslands enrolled in long-term protection agreements with thousands of these acres also enrolled in Montana's Block Management program providing public access to hunters. • The crew recount the first day's hunt producing fast and furious sharp-tailed grouse action; including, St.Pierre's own two-mile sharpie retrieve. Check out the companion video accompanying this podcast episode at www.RoosterRoadTrip.org. While there, enter to win a Browning Citori 725 shotgun and join/renew/extend your Pheasants Forever or Quail Forever membership featuring an attractive new field knife made by Browning. And special thanks to our Rooster Road Trip 2022 sponsors: • Browning • SoundGear • Ruff Land Kennels • Federal Ammunition • Garmin • Apple Auto

The Natural Nurse and Dr. Z
The Natural Nurse and Dr. Z - 11.08.22

The Natural Nurse and Dr. Z

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 56:07


Atava Garcia Swiecicki is guided by her dreams and her Mexican, Polish, Hungarian and Diné ancestors.  She studied Feminist Studies at Stanford University and received her master's degree in the Indigenous Mind Program at Naropa University Oakland.   Atava has studied healing arts extensively for over thirty years and has been mentored by herbalists, curanderas and traditional knowledge keepers.   She works as a clinical herbalist and teacher and is dedicated to remembering the healing traditions of her ancestors and supporting others to reconnect with their ancestral medicine.   She also loves helping people build relationships with plants, whom she considers some of our greatest teachers and healers.  She is the founder of the Ancestral Apothecary School of Herbal, Folk and Indigenous Medicine on Ohlone territory in Oakland, CA.  She's  currently living in Tewa Pueblo territory in Albuquerque, New Mexico where she finished her first book called The Curanderx Toolkit:  Reclaiming Ancestral Herbal Medicine and Rituals for Healing.  Contact: www.ancestralapothecary.com                  www.ancestralapothecaryschool.com 

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Must-Know Hungarian Social Media Phrases S1 #3 - Playing Sports

Learn Hungarian | HungarianPod101.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:05


learn how to post comments about playing sports

Bodyslam.net Pro Wrestling and MMA Podcasts & Interviews
Tea & Tights - European Wrestling Special: Interview With Hungarian Wrestling's Top Prospect Peter Tihanyi

Bodyslam.net Pro Wrestling and MMA Podcasts & Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 41:30


Our Andy is joined with one of the brightest young talents and one of top prospects in all of Europe, Hungarian Wrestler Peter Tihanyi. Tihnayi discusses competing in the wXw 16 Carat Gold and PROGRESS Wrestling's Natural Progression series and his home promotions Hungarian Championship Wrestling and Passion Pro.

Top Flight Time Machine
The Indoor League Odyssey - Part 6

Top Flight Time Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 28:05


Shove Ha'penny and other coin games, school register sadness, the Hungarian bobsleigh, and Speedy Campbell. (Rec: 9/2/22) Join the Iron Filings Society: https://www.patreon.com/topflighttimemachine Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Wine for Normal People
Ep 449: All About Oak Barrels with Craig Holme of Tonnellerie Radoux

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 45:50


This week's show is about the essential art of cooperage, or barrel making. Aussie winemaker and current US National Sales Manager for Tonnellerie Radoux, Craig Holme, takes us through how barrels are made, from forest to cellar. We discuss sustainability (Hint: the issue isn't the barrels or the trees, it's the fact that they come on container ships fully assembled, as winemakers order. Hello, carbon footprint!), how different regions look at barrels, and how barrels are a very personal thing to a winemaker. A cool look inside of an essential part of wine!     Thanks to the Patrons for their insightful questions that augmented the show! To join Patreon, click here.    Here are the show notes: 1. Craig tells us briefly about his early life in Mount Benson, South Australia where his family farmed Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz. He discusses how he worked in the wine industry, working harvests around the world, and then becoming a winemaker himself. For 10 years, Craig and his wife owned a small wine brand, called Holme Estate Cellars, which specialized in Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz sourced from their family vineyards in Australia. They also bought Zinfandel and Chardonnay from California. He moved into barrels about 10 years ago.   2. We discuss the process of barrel making: Forests -- Troncais, Limousin, Atelier, and American and Hungarian wood The age and requirements for a tree to make barrels (only 2-3 barrels come out of each tree. You read that right). We discuss the French laws and a bit about forestry management Radoux's proprietary tannin scanning method -- Oakscan Splitting wood Seasoning wood -- what it accomplishes, where it's done, the terroir of seasoning Toasting oak -- the process, toast levels available, how toasting is done, and the most popular toasts Radoux's wood, fresh from the forest 3. We discuss the size and shape of the barrel and why it matters (Bordeaux is 225L, Burgundy is 228 L, we explain why they are different and the other common options for barrel size)   One of Radoux's yard for seasoning the staves  4. I become just slightly obsessed with the elephant in the room -- It is completely wasteful for barrels to be assembled in France or Missouri or Eastern Europe and shipped to California, Washington, etc. It's not the fault of the barrel makers, but the expectations of the winemakers. Craig tells us where winemakers are about shipping air thousands of miles, and wasting space in cargo ships, rail and trucks (the coopers are businesses, they are fulfilling orders, it's the winemakers that are mainly at fault here for not demanding assembly close to home).      5. We discuss how winemakers pick barrels and what the choices could lead to in the wine.  Fire shapes and bends the barrels, then toasts them   6. Finally we end with some trends and the fact that oak is awesome, and it's an essential part of wine.    Thanks to Radoux and Craig Holme for joining the show!       All photos from https://www.tonnellerieradoux.com/ ____________________________________________________________________

The Hungarian Heritage Podcast
Encouraging Talk With Eniko Basa, AHEA Founding Member

The Hungarian Heritage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 39:48


On this episode of the Hungarian Heritage podcast I will be speaking with Eniko Basa, and she is a founding member of the American Hungarian Educator's Association in Washington. DC.  She and I talk candidly about our different experiences with learning or maintaining the Hungarian language, what the catalyst was for creating the AHEA, as well as, how you, too,  can become a member of the organization and participate in its valuable programs. The best part is by the end of this episode, you will hear that no matter how Hungarian you are, and even if you don't speak the language, Eniko Basa has encouraging information for those of you who are ready to take the leap and get involved in your Hungarian heritage!Thanks for listening and don't forget to subscribe, rate and review!To connect with American Hungarian Educator's Association and all of their valuable programs click the link below. https://ahea.net Contact the Hungarian Heritage Podcast at:Hungarianheritagepodcast@gmail.comFollow the Hungarian Heritage Podcast on Instagram:www.instagram.com/hungarianheritagepodcastThe Hungarian Heritage Podcast's Website www.thehungarianheritagepodcast.com Follow the Hungarian Heritage Podcast on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/The-Hungarian-Heritage-Podcast-101947522533811 Subscribe to The Hungarian Heritage Podcast's mailing list:https://thehungarianheritagepodcast.com/subscribe   

Quiz Quiz Bang Bang Trivia
Bing Bang Bonus: Golden Girls Trivia 2 with the Golden Gays

Quiz Quiz Bang Bang Trivia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 34:31


  Golden Girls Trivia This episode could not be more fun with our very special guests The Golden Gays. The Golden Gays take a break from their busy touring schedule to help us with some fun Golden Girls trivia. Gerry Mastrolia is The Rose, Jason Bea Schmidt is The Dorothy and Christopher Eklund is The Blanche. We want to give a big thank you Anthony Giorgio, the director, for putting this together. and mega fan of Rose, Sophia, Blanche and Dorothy. Join us for a celebration of cheesecake, friendship, Miami and more cheesecake. Can you answer Golden Girls questions like: What position did the 5th character that was cut from Golden Girls after the pilot hold? A mix up for wedding invitations and an Elvis Presley fan club meeting results in a bunch of Elvis Impersonators attending the wedding of which Golden Girl? What is the name of the retirement home that Sophia stayed in? On the episode "Valentine's Day" which celebrity does Sophia go on a date with? What is the name of Sophia's sister that she often spars with? The girls suffer a major robbery after returning from a concert of what major pop star? What is the name of my gay brother? In the episode “Isn't It Romantic,” misinterpreting words, I compare Jean to what celebrity? What is the name of the Hungarian artist who created a sculpture emulating the best features of Dorothy, Rose and me? Name one of the two movies that Dorothy's friend Jean and I saw at the Cry Me A River matinee. What wardrobe malfunction do I suffer when performing as Josie? I'm full of bitter butter memories because I failed to make what? What is the name of my crossdressing brother? Sunshine cadet Jenny holds ransom my favorite childhood what? What was Mark Perper's campaign slogan for 3rd grade class president? Lucas and I pretend to get engaged as a prank on which character? If you like this episode, check out our group episode featuring Sarah and her husband Patrick. Music Hot Swing, Fast Talkin, Bass Walker, Dances and Dames, Ambush, Wizardtorium by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Don't forget to follow us on social media for more Golden Girls Trivia: Patreon - patreon.com/quizbang - Please consider supporting us on Patreon. Check out our fun extras for patrons and help us keep this podcast going. We appreciate any level of support! Website - quizbangpod.com Check out our website, it will have all the links for social media that you need and while you're there, why not go to the contact us page and submit a question! Facebook - @quizbangpodcast - we post episode links and silly lego pictures to go with our trivia questions. Enjoy the silly picture and give your best guess, we will respond to your answer the next day to give everyone a chance to guess. Instagram - Quiz Quiz Bang Bang (quizquizbangbang), we post silly lego pictures to go with our trivia questions. Enjoy the silly picture and give your best guess, we will respond to your answer the next day to give everyone a chance to guess. Twitter - @quizbangpod We want to start a fun community for our fellow trivia lovers. If you hear/think of a fun or challenging trivia question, post it to our twitter feed and we will repost it so everyone can take a stab it. Come for the trivia - stay for the trivia. Ko-Fi - ko-fi.com/quizbangpod - Keep that sweet caffeine running through our body with a Ko-Fi, power us through a late night of fact checking and editing!

Mill House Podcast
Episode 73: Ted Juracsik - "TIBOR"

Mill House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 78:13


Ted Juracsik, the creator of Tibor Reels, has one of the most interesting and inspiring stories I know. As a young Hungarian in Budapest, he was the smartest of his friends. At age 17, he was the youngest Hungarian ever to be awarded Master Papers and went to work in a bicycle factory. Not long after the Hungarian revolution began and was in full swing against the Russians and Soviet Union, Ted escaped to Austria. Leaving his family and his sister behind, the big world of the unknown was before him. Eventually, he immigrated to the the United States and started a successful tool and dye business. One day in the World Wide Sportsman store, he met Billy Pate who needed a better fly reel to fight the monster Tarpon he was chasing in Homosassa. Ted told him he could design a better reel for him and the rest is history. The Tibor Reel company became the salt water fly reel of choice for all the world record chasers for the next few decades. On todays podcast, we travel with Ted through his legendary life and the hardships along the way.

Ask Dr Jessica
Episode 62: The fentanyl epidemic: how to best protect our children? with pain specialist, Dr Andy Leitner

Ask Dr Jessica

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 41:52 Transcription Available


Episode 62 of Ask Dr Jessica discusses the fentanyl crisis with anesthesiologist and pain specialist, Dr Andy Leitner.   There has been a growing problem with street drugs laced with fentanyl, often in lethal doses.  Fentanyl poisoning is now the leading cause of death in adults 18-49.  With all of this news,  educating our children is more important than ever.  In this episode, Dr Leitner explains what fentanyl is exactly.  When it is used safely in the medical setting?  What is the fentanyl crisis exactly and why are we finding it more frequently on the street drug market?  What does a fentanyl overdose look like and what can parents do about it? Andrew Leitner, M.D., earned his undergraduate degree magna cum laude in biology from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts. He went on to receive his medical doctorate from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. He completed his residency in the Department of Anesthesiology at University of California Los Angeles, where he also pursued a fellowship in interventional pain management. Board-certified in both anesthesiology and pain management, Dr. Leitner is fluent in Spanish, Hebrew and Hungarian. He is an active member in numerous professional associations including the American Society of Anesthesiology, the American Society of Regional Anesthesia, the California Society of Anesthesiologists and the North American Neuromodulation Society. He has also written several articles and abstracts.Dr Jessica Hochman is a board certified pediatrician, mom to three children, and she is very passionate about the health and well being of children.  Most of her educational videos are targeted towards general pediatric topics and presented in an easy to understand manner. Do you have a future topic you'd like Dr Jessica Hochman to discuss?  Email your suggestion to: askdrjessicamd@gmail.com. Dr Jessica Hochman is also on social media:Follow her on Instagram: @AskDrJessicaFollow her on TikTok: @AskDrJessicaSubscribe to her YouTube channel! Ask Dr JessicaSubscribe to this podcast: Ask Dr JessicaSubscribe to her mailing list: www.askdrjessicamd.comThe information presented in Ask Dr Jessica is for general educational purposes only.  She does not diagnose medical conditions or formulate treatment plans for specific individuals.  If you have a concern about your child's health, be sure to call your child's health care provider.

Hungarian Daily
065 - Mit tennél, ha...

Hungarian Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 31:33


Mit tennél, ha találnál 1.000.000 forintot az utcán? What would you do if you found 1 million forints on the street? Take a quiz with me and practise the conditional mood!

Learn Hungarian | HungarianPod101.com
News #292 - 7 Hungarian Learning Hacks that You Didn’t Know About

Learn Hungarian | HungarianPod101.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 7:23


learn seven features that will help you learn https://www.hungarianpod101.com?src=rss11062022

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Monthly Review Video #49 - Hungarian November 2022 Review - How to Speak More with Your Personal Language Learning Profile

Learn Hungarian | HungarianPod101.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 7:08


discover your new learning strategies and free resources of the month.

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Throwback Thursday S1 #4 - Idioms Using the Word "Brain"

Learn Hungarian | HungarianPod101.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 5:22


Dialogue Alley
Boo! Spooky Harry Potter Book Covers

Dialogue Alley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 72:32


Thanks for listening to Season 3, Episode 4 of Dialogue Alley! In this episode, Erik, Carly, and Melanie discuss:News: Tom Felton's new book is out. MinaLima Complete Works! NEW TRANSLATION ALERT! Main Topic: We discuss 5 Spooky covers from Harry Potter books! Happy Halloween!Translation of the Show: Hungarian First StateCarly @alltheprettybooks on InstagramErik @knockturnerik on InstagramMelanie @theharrypottercollection on InstagramThanks to our Editor: TommyImages of books that are discussed on this episode will be available on Instagram @dialogueallypodcast, as well as alltheprettybooks.net and theharrypottercollection.comJOIN US ON PATREON!!You can get access to our Discord and our BONUS EPISODES!patreon.com/dialoguealleySend Questions and Listener Mail to: Dialoguealleypodcast@gmail.comVisit our site dialoguealley.comWe would love to hear from you!Music:The Magic Shoes

The Plant Free MD with Dr Anthony Chaffee: A Carnivore Podcast
Episode 80: Cancer, Ketosis, and Deuterium with Dr Gabor Somlyai, PhD!

The Plant Free MD with Dr Anthony Chaffee: A Carnivore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 72:49


Dr Gábor Somlyai graduated as a biologist from the University of Szeged in 1982. Between 1982 and 1990 he worked for the Department of Plant Pathology, Plant Protection Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He had a scholarship from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences while studying for his PhD and defended his thesis in molecular biology in 1988. Dr Somlyai spent six months at the Georg-August University in Göttingen on a DFG scholarship after receiving his PhD. He followed that with a postdoctoral fellowship in the field of genetic engineering and gene mapping at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. In the wake of the Hungarian, Nobel-prize winning scientist Albert Szent-Györgyi – who said that the true cause of cancer should be looked for at the sub-molecular level – Gábor began his examining the biological importance of naturally occurring deuterium as a senior research fellow at the Hungarian Institute of Oncology in 1990. In 1993 Gabor established HYD Ltd. for Research and Development (now HYD LLC. for Cancer Research and Drug Development) to carry out cancer research and drug development based on the proprietary procedure called deuterium depletion. Dr Somlyai served as the scientific director of HYD Ltd. between 1993 and 1997 before becoming the CEO of the company. In 2012 he also began serving as the General Director of HYD's parent company, HYD Pharma Inc. His book, Defeating Cancer!, was published in Hungary in 2000. It has since been published in Romania, Japan, China, South-Korea and the U.S.A. Gábor is a holder of numerous international patents, an author of more than 40 scientific publications, and is a highly sought-after speaker at international conferences.   Affiliate Links: ✅X3 bar system with discount code "DRCHAFFEE" https://www.kqzyfj.com/click-100676052-13511487 ✅THE CARNIVORE BAR: Discount Code "Anthony" for 10% off all orders! https://the-carnivore-bar.myshopify.com/?sca_ref=1743809.v3IrTuyDIi ✅CARNIVORE CRISPS: Discount Code "DRCHAFFEEMD" for 10% off all orders! www.carnivorecrisps.com ✅Shop Amazon https://www.amazon.com/shop/anthonychaffeemd?ref=ac_inf_hm_vp   Contact and Follow Dr Chaffee: ✅PATREON for early releases, bonus content, and weekly Zoom meetings https://www.patreon.com/AnthonyChaffeeMD ✅Sign up for our 30-day carnivore challenge and group here! https://www.howtocarnivore.com/ ✅INSTAGRAM: @anthonychaffeemd www.instagram.com/anthonychaffeemd/ ✅TWITTER: @Anthony_Chaffee ✅TIKTOK: @AnthonyChaffeeMD ✅Apple Podcast: The Plant Free MD https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-plant-free-md-podcast/id1614546790 ✅Spotify: The Plant Free MD https://open.spotify.com/show/0WQtoPLuPMWWm3ZT3DYXzp?si=PPc2rXZzQXuzjIRK__SEZQ ✅To Sign up for a personal consultation with me, you can use my Calendly link below to schedule an appointment: ✅60 minute consultation https://calendly.com/anthonychaffeemd/60-minute-consultation ✅For collaborations, please email me at the below address. Please understand that I cannot give advice over email, but only in a consultation setting: AnthonyChaffee@gmail.com For more of my interviews and discussions, as well as other resources, go to my Linktree at: ✅ https://linktr.ee/DrChaffeeMD OR my website at: ✅ www.TheCarnivoreLife.com And please like and subscribe to my podcast here and Apple/Google podcasts, as well as my YouTube Channel to get updates on all new content, and please consider giving a 5-star rating as it really helps! Music track: Acoustic Breeze from Bensound.com #nutrition #fyp #cancer

So Much Pingle
Episode 72: Weird Tales from the Field

So Much Pingle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 119:27


Hello everyone and welcome to Episode Seventy Two!  It's the day before Halloween, an appropriate time to release these tales of strange occurrences from the world of field herping. As always, I want to say thank you to all of the show's patrons, including our newest Patreon member Brad Allen!  Thank you so much Brad, and I appreciated your note as well.  I'm grateful for everyone's contributions and it does keep the show rolling along. And if you're out there listening and you would like to kick in a few bucks, it's easy to do, you simply go to the So Much Pingle Patreon page. You can support the show for as little as three bucks a month – less than a fancy cup of coffee! You can also support the show via one-time contributions via PayPal or Venmo (please contact me via email to somuchpingle@gmail.com). This week's show came out of a suggestion from someone (I can't recall who) last fall to do a show on the weird/creepy/spooky/unusual things that happen out in the field.  I began soliciting stories and recorded the first of them back in January, and the last was recorded a few weeks ago.  I want to say thanks to everyone who contributed to this episode – Matt Ratcliffe, Jake Scott and his alleged litter robot, John Burris, Tim Warfel, Matt Cage, Jeff Martineau, Rob Kreutzer, Pat Kain, and Bryan Hughes.  I also want to thank the folks who sent in stories that I couldn't include for one reason or another. Thanks for listening everyone! And as always, please keep the comments and suggestions coming, and please take time to rate the show on your podcast platform! The show email is somuchpingle@gmail.com, and there's also a So Much Pingle group on Facebook, for discussion, comments, feedback, suggestions, herp confessions, lifting curses cast by Hungarian witches, tips for herping better, etc. -Mike

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Video News #67 - Free Hungarian Gifts of the Month - November 2022

Learn Hungarian | HungarianPod101.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 0:32


Get your learning gifts for the month of November 2022

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Learning Strategies #119 - How to Practice Hungarian Speaking, Reading & Writing with the PDF Cheat Sheets

Learn Hungarian | HungarianPod101.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 2:37


The Feedfeed
Popularizing Hungarian cuisine in NYC with Chef Jeremy Salamon

The Feedfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 37:33


On this week's episode, Chef Jeremy Salamon of Agi's Counter in Brooklyn joins the show to talk about all things Eastern European and Jewish Cuisine! His restaurant is named after his Hungarian grandmother, and his passion for the cuisine has now charted his career path.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Feedfeed by becoming a member!The Feedfeed is Powered by Simplecast.

Wicked and Grim: A True Crime Podcast
Halloween Week: The Hungarian Vampire - Bela Kiss

Wicked and Grim: A True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 37:23


Bela Kiss was a Hungarian serial killer who murdered and drained the blood of at least 24 young women just before the start of World War I. With his distinct and unusual practice of pickling the bodies in metal drums, Bela is one of the most prolific serial killers in Hungarian history and to this day, the exact number of his victims is unknown.MERCH:https://www.redbubble.com/people/wickedandgrim/shop?asc=uPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/wickedandgrim?fan_landing=true Facebook:Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi-FlYL8kcY0SXb8pZkkZjgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/wickedandgrim/ Instagram:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wickedandgrim/?hl=enTwitter: https://twitter.com/wickedandgrimWebsite: https://www.wickedandgrim.com/Links:https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/555244/terrifying-story-bela-kiss-hungarys-most-murderous-bachelorhttps://murderpedia.org/male.K/k/kiss-bela.htmhttps://allthatsinteresting.com/bela-kiss-vampire-serial-killerhttps://www.historicmysteries.com/bela-kiss/https://paulwandrews.wordpress.com/2022/07/26/bela-kiss-the-hungarian-vampire-serial-killer/https://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2017/04/terrifying-story-bela-kiss/http://www.cinegore.net/en/2018/10/28/serial-chillers-x-kiss-bela-a-cinkotai-vampir/ Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Matt Walsh Show
Ep. 1050 - Fetterman Humiliates Himself. Dems Cry ‘Ableism.'

The Matt Walsh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 62:28 Very Popular


Click here to join the member exclusive portion of my show: https://utm.io/ueSEm  Today on the Matt Walsh Show, John Fetterman delivers the worst debate performance in American history. But his self-destruction is not solely his own fault. The blame also lies with the Democrat Party, and also his wife. I'll explain. Also, the governor of New York humiliates herself in her debate. Not quite as bad as Fetterman, but almost. And chest mutilation procedures on minors have risen by 400 percent in the last few years. Plus, we'll hear from a Hungarian politician who explains why they don't have to worry about this problem in their country. And Bono discovers, to his horror, that maybe free market capitalism isn't so bad after all. - - -  DailyWire+: Become a DailyWire+ member to access movies, shows, documentaries and more: https://bit.ly/3dQINt0     Tune into Daily Wire Backstage TONIGHT at 7pm Eastern at dailywireplus.com   - - -  Today's Sponsors: Epic Will - Use Promo Code 'WALSH' for 10% off your Will: https://www.epicwill.com/ - - - Socials: Follow on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3Rv1VeF  Follow on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3KZC3oA  Follow on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3eBKjiA  Subscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3RQp4rs  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Democracy in Question?
Leonard Bernado on Civil Society and the Politics and Practices of Civil Society Organizations

Democracy in Question?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 36:11


Guests featured in this episode:Lenny Benardo, Executive Vice President of the Open Society Foundations, and  the founding director of the Open Society Fellowship Program. Lenny also sits on the boards of Bard College, the American University of Central Asia in Kyrgyzstan, the European Humanities University in Lithuania, and my very own institution, CEU. He has published numerous articles in the New York Times, the New York Review of Books, the International Herald Tribune, Bookforum, American Prospect, and Prospect magazines. Having worked in Russia, the Baltics, Poland, and Hungary earlier in his career with the Open Society Foundations, he has witnessed first hand the exhilarating atmosphere of the democratic transition in eastern Europe. GLOSSARYWhat are the Open Society Foundations?(00:35 or p.1 in the transcript)The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant democracies whose governments are accountable to their citizens. To achieve this mission, the Foundations seek to shape public policies that assure greater fairness in political, legal, and economic systems and safeguard fundamental rights. On a local level, the Open Society Foundations implement a range of initiatives to advance justice, education, public health, and independent media. The Foundations place a high priority on protecting and improving the lives of people in marginalized communities.Investor and philanthropist George Soros established the Open Society Foundations, starting in 1984, to help countries make the transition from communism. Their activities have grown to encompass the United States and more than 70 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Each foundation relies on the expertise of boards composed of eminent citizens who determine individual agendas based on local priorities: source What are the Revolutions of 1989?(04:48 or p.2 in the transcript)Revolutions of 1989: collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe, the end of the period of the Cold War and the removal of the Iron Curtain between Eastern and Western Europe. Primarily, it was the disavowal of Communism by all of the Eastern European states that were in the Soviet sphere of influence after World War II.The seeds of the revolution were present from the very beginning, and the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and the Prague Spring in Czechoslovakia were pre-cursors to the Revolutions of 1989, which were the final cataclysm that ended with the collapse of the Soviet Union itself just two years later.The revolution began in Poland with the creation of Solidarity, the worker's movement that challenged the Communist government (the supposed representatives of the "workers' paradise) for authority. This was the first movement in the Eastern bloc that had not been brutally suppressed. This de-legitimized the Communist claim as representatives of the people's will. It continued when the Hungarian authorities decided to no longer interdict those seeking to leave the state by crossing the boundary between Hungary and Austria. This led to a flood of refugees from Eastern Europe streaming into Hungary to escape to the West. The defining event was then the collapse of the Berlin Wall in East Germany. With the exception of Romania, the revolutions were largely peaceful as the governments put up only token resistant to the clear will of the people for the end of Communist rule and democratic reform: source What is the Black Lives Matter?(16:28 or p.4 in the transcript)Black Lives Matter (BLM): international social movement, formed in the United States in 2013, dedicated to fighting racism and anti-Black violence, especially in the form of police brutality. The name Black Lives Matter signals condemnation of the unjust killings of Black people by police (Black people are far more likely to be killed by police in the United States than white people) and the demand that society value the lives and humanity of Black people as much as it values the lives and humanity of white people.BLM activists have held large and influential protests in cities across the United States as well as internationally. A decentralized grassroots movement, Black Lives Matter is led by activists in local chapters who organize their own campaigns and programs. The chapters are affiliated with the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, a nonprofit civil rights organization that is active in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom: source What is the Occupy movement?(16:32 or p.4 in the transcript)TheOccupy protests: a series of international demonstrations primarily directed against capitalism and economic inequality, sparked in particular by what are now referred to as austerity measures, official action taken by governments in order to reduce spending in the face of economic problems. Kicking off in Wall Street in New York, the Occupy protests had then spread right across the world, including such prominent locations as Frankfurt, Rome, Sydney, Hong Kong, London and various cities in the United Kingdom. As well as marches involving as many as 10,000 protesters, the demonstrations involved large numbers of people 'camping out', or occupying, key venues in cities across the world. One notable example was around the entrances to St Paul's Cathedral in central London, where over 200 tents formed a ramshackle campsite. This subsequently caused officials to close the cathedral due to health and safety concerns, the first time its doors have been closed to the public since the Second World War Blitz: source What is the Arab Spring?(16:34 or p.4 in the transcript)Arab Spring, wave of pro-democracy protests and uprisings that took place in the Middle East and North Africa beginning in 2010 and 2011, challenging some of the region's entrenched authoritarian regimes. The wave began when protests in Tunisia and Egypt toppled their regimes in quick succession, inspiring similar attempts in other Arab countries. Not every country saw success in the protest movement, however, and demonstrators expressing their political and economic grievances were often met with violent crackdowns by their countries' security forces: source Democracy in Question? is brought to you by:• Central European University: CEU• The Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy in Geneva: AHCD• The Podcast Company: Novel Follow us on social media!• Central European University: @CEU• Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy in Geneva: @AHDCentreSubscribe to the show. If you enjoyed what you listened to, you can support us by leaving a review and sharing our podcast in your networks! 

World Review
Nationalism Reimagined, Episode 2: Hungary and the endurance Viktor Orbán

World Review

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 33:31


Politicians around the world use nationalism. They use it to win elections, and to stoke fear, and to gain and hold on to power. This nationalism is exclusive, based on ethnicity or race or religion. Is there another way? This series will look at nationalisms around the world, and whether they could be countered by a civic, liberal nationalism. In this second episode we look at nationalism in Hungary. First Zsuzsanna Szelényi, a former Fidesz member and author of Tainted Democracy: Viktor Orbán and the Subversion of Hungary, talks about Orbán's long history of using nationalism to trip up political opponents. Then Gergely Romsics, a senior research fellow at the research centre for the humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, who teaches at the department of social science at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, takes a look at the precedents for civic nationalism in Hungarian history and why it is struggling now. Read more: Hungary and the US right deepen their illiberal mutual admirationWhy it's not surprising that Viktor Orbán spoke at CPAC Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Expositors Collective
Mentorship Exemplified

Expositors Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 67:05


Mentorship or coaching from an older wiser more experienced preacher is a crucial ingredient if you want to grow in your personal study and public proclamation of Gods word. This episode features testimonials of gratitude from 10 former guest highlighting the leaders who took time out of their schedule to invest in them. We hope that this is an encouragement to seek out a mentor, or to be a mentor to someone else. Phil Newton currently lives in Germantown, TN, after serving in Pastoral ministry for 35+ years at South Woods Baptist Church he has now transitioned to the director of pastoral care and mentoring for the Pillar Network https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/7/1/pastoral-preaching-dr-phil-newtonAlan Stoddard - currently serving the Lord the Lord Jesus in Granbury, Texas. https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/11/9/sermon-based-small-groups-alan-stoddardJohn Hindley serves as teaching Elder at Broadgrace church in Norfolk, England. https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2022/2/15/serving-without-sinking-john-hindleyRonnie Martin is the lead pastor of Substance Church in Ashland, Ohio https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/11/16/advent-and-christmas-preaching-ronnie-martin James Travis is the pastor at Saar Fellowship, an international church in Bahrain in the middle east - he's been on two episodes https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/7/21/how-you-say-what-you-say-james-travis Kike Torres has served as lead pastor of Horizonte Querétaro for 11+ years and he and is the founder and president of the Biblical Counseling Coalition in Mexicohttps://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/6/29/god-calls-you-to-intimacy-not-activity-kike-torresChad Brooks is a United Methodist Pastor in Alexandria Lousiana - he hosts the productive pastor podcast, and is a wealth of information about pastoral productivity https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2022/5/17/true-and-false-pastoral-productivity-chad-brooksJohn Chandler is a spiritual director and host of the Consortio Dei podcast https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/6/8/lead-with-curiosity-john-chandler https://consortiodei.com/ Joe Gamez is the pastor of Calvary San Juan in Washington state https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/1/26/preaching-mentorship-that-actually-works Brian Brodersen serves as the senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa. Brian is also the president of Calvary Chapel Bible College, the Calvary Global Network, and he is the Festival Director of Creation Fest UK. https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2022/7/26/dependence-upon-the-holy-spirit-with-brian-brodersen https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/5/19/episode-108-preaching-in-the-power-of-the-spirit https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2018/8/28/episode-10-the-holy-spirit-martyn-lloyd-jones-and-you Jon Tyson: Originally from Adelaide Australia, he has now planted and pastors Church of the City New York : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/12/21/theology-that-cannot-be-dismissed-power-that-cannot-be-denied-jon-tyson Mike Neglia is the pastor of Calvary Cork, in the Republic of Ireland. He serves on the Executive Team of Calvary Global Network and is the Team Lead of Expositors Collective https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2022/5/10/preaching-gospel-centered-sermons-mike-neglia Related Expositors Collective Episodes: Mentorship Q+A Panel featuring Ray Bentley, Brian Brodersen, Pilgrim Benham, Shawn Stone and Kellen Criswell https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2019/11/4/episode-72-preaching-mentorships-qaMike Payne on Mentorship (with Hungarian translation!) : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/12/8/the-value-of-preaching-mentorships-michael-payneJohn Hwang on Preaching Mentorships (with Q+A Panel) https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2022/8/30/preaching-mentorships-with-john-hwang-panel-discussion 15 things I learned in a mentorship relationship - John HwangKeep your eyes open for those God brings into your life to mentor.Enter the lives of those you mentor and invite them into yours.Esteem character above gifting; this includes showing them what a sincere, humble confession of sin and an honest, Gospel-shaped dependance on God looks like.Affirm their calling and spiritual gifts and be supportive along the way.Teach them to equip them for the rest of their lives, not just for the immediate moment.Teach them how to read and study the Bible.Model preaching for them by inviting them into your moments of preparation, prayer, and presentation.Model for them how to love and serve all people – not just a particular group – in preaching.Teach them by word and deed to aim for quality over quantity; Christlikeness over cultural-relevance; Spirit-empowered preaching over Spirit-less ingenuity, creativity, and eloquence.Make time with them to have conversations about doctrine and ministry, keeping Christ the center of them all.Introduce them to other Christian voices. Teach them how to listen, teach them how to read, and discuss with them what they are learning.Be willing to take risks with them.Correct when correction is necessary and encourage when encouragement is needed.Don't attach your identity and worth to their success and failures but show them what a true understanding of your identity and worth in Christ looks like.Be thankful and present when you have them and be thankful and hopeful when God takes them to other places and other people.Join our private Facebook group to continue the conversation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ExpositorsCollectiveThe Expositors Collective podcast is part of the GoodLion podcast network, for more thought provoking Christian podcasts visit https://goodlion.io

New Books in Political Science
A Most Similar Comparison: The Authoritarianism of Poland and Hungary with Edit Zgut-Przybylska

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 38:07


The leadership of Hungary and Poland seemingly shared the same playbook when it came to undermining judicial independence, consolidating electoral power, regulating media ownership and enacting laws against LGBTQ rights and abortion. They also work together to push back against the European Union's efforts to sanction member states pursuing illiberal reforms. However, since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Poland has embraced Ukrainian refugees and promoted EU sanctions against Russia, while Hungary has taken a softer stance towards Russia, what are the prospects for these islands of illiberalism within the wider European democratic project? This week on International Horizons. Edit Zgut-Przybylska from the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology at the Polish Academy of Sciences, and vice president of Amnesty International Hungary, shares her insights about Hungarian and Polish authoritarianism. Zgut-Przybylska presents Orban's definition of Illiberal democracy and how it is intended to disseminate an image of a decaying West. She explains how Russia's war on Ukraine is framed differently in Poland and Hungary. Moreover, she discusses the Polish and Hungarian leadership's efforts to portray the EU and Germany as the perpetrators of economic deterioration. Finally, she discusses how Poland and Hungary are getting around Brussels' laws and its consequences, which include freezing EU funds. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books Network
A Most Similar Comparison: The Authoritarianism of Poland and Hungary with Edit Zgut-Przybylska

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 38:07


The leadership of Hungary and Poland seemingly shared the same playbook when it came to undermining judicial independence, consolidating electoral power, regulating media ownership and enacting laws against LGBTQ rights and abortion. They also work together to push back against the European Union's efforts to sanction member states pursuing illiberal reforms. However, since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Poland has embraced Ukrainian refugees and promoted EU sanctions against Russia, while Hungary has taken a softer stance towards Russia, what are the prospects for these islands of illiberalism within the wider European democratic project? This week on International Horizons. Edit Zgut-Przybylska from the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology at the Polish Academy of Sciences, and vice president of Amnesty International Hungary, shares her insights about Hungarian and Polish authoritarianism. Zgut-Przybylska presents Orban's definition of Illiberal democracy and how it is intended to disseminate an image of a decaying West. She explains how Russia's war on Ukraine is framed differently in Poland and Hungary. Moreover, she discusses the Polish and Hungarian leadership's efforts to portray the EU and Germany as the perpetrators of economic deterioration. Finally, she discusses how Poland and Hungary are getting around Brussels' laws and its consequences, which include freezing EU funds. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

A Way with Words — language, linguistics, and callers from all over
Sleepy Winks (Rebroadcast) - 24 October 2022

A Way with Words — language, linguistics, and callers from all over

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 53:45


It was a dark and stormy night. So begins the long and increasingly convoluted prose of Edwards Bulwer-Lytton's best-known novel. Today the annual Bulwer-Lytton Contest asks contestants for fanciful first sentences that are similarly convoluted and over-the-top — often with hilarious results. Plus: George Orwell's prescient novel 1984 gave us the terrifying image of Big Brother and helped popularize words like doublespeak and Orwellian. And is there a word for fallen snow while leaves still remain on the trees? Also: motor vs. engine, capitol vs. capital, wannabe vs. wannabee, scrape acquaintance, a quiz about words that link other words, Tutivillis, skell gel, complementary alternation discourse constructions, and words for “eye boogers” in Hungarian, French, German, Portuguese, Turkish, Scots, and English. Read full show notes, hear hundreds of free episodes, send your thoughts and questions, and learn more on the A Way with Words website: https://waywordradio.org/contact. Be a part of the show: call 1 (877) 929-9673 toll-free in the United States and Canada; worldwide, call or text/SMS +1 (619) 800-4443. Email words@waywordradio.org. Twitter @wayword. Copyright Wayword, Inc., a 501(c)(3) corporation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Today in the History of Freedom
Episode 23: Hungarian Revolution

Today in the History of Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 5:26


After all the years, the Hungarians have suddenly had enough.

Hungarian Daily
064 - Interview with Nazar about work

Hungarian Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 15:09


We are having Nazar as a guest talking about work.

The Terry & Jesse Show
21 Oct 22 – Cardinal Mindszenty: Heroic Christian Virtue

The Terry & Jesse Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 51:12


Today's Topics: 1) Gospel - LK 12:54-59 - I say to you, you will not be released until you have paid the last penny. Bishop Sheen quote of the day 2, 3, 4) Hungarian historian Margit Balogh's “Victim of History” is a thorough, judicious, and sympathetic biography of a stalwart witness for the faith and an indefatigable defender of liberty and human dignity in the age of totalitarianism https://www.catholicworldreport.com/2022/10/14/cardinal-mindszenty-and-the-recovery-of-heroic-christian-virtue/ Special Guest: Father Charles Murr

The Bitten Word
Ep 62: Dracula + Chicken Paprikash

The Bitten Word

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 43:27


Ever wondered where the modern vampire came from? Well look no further, Bram Stoker has got you covered with his terrifying character Count Dracula, the vampire that gave us all of our favorite vampire tropes today. We're talking chicken paprikash, Jonathan Harker's favorite Hungarian dish. Also in this episode: Dracula is a woman (?), unfortunate copyright errors, and cinema's sexiest vampire. Content Warning: This episode gets a little bloody and graphic. Correction: In this episode I say that the vampire in Nosferatu is called Nosferatu, his name is actually Count Orlok. For recipes and photos follow us: Twitter https://twitter.com/TheBittenPod Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thebittenwordpodcast/ Support Us: Buy Me A Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thebittenpod Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/jonny-boyle/tres-french License code: MZJOCWA6ZZPGDCLH https://uppbeat.io/t/jonny-boyle/swing-cuisine License code: FODK2OVFMRCNPBTC --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christine-parker8/support

Dr Zeus
Bela Lugosi

Dr Zeus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 26:19


Béla Ferenc Dezső Blaskó (Hungarian: [ˈbeːlɒ ˈfɛrɛnt͡s ˈdɛʒøː ˈblɒʃkoː]; October 20, 1882 – August 16, 1956), known professionally as Bela Lugosi (/ləˈɡoʊsi/; Hungarian: [ˈluɡoʃi]), was a Hungarian and American actor best remembered for portraying Count Dracula in the 1931 English-language Dracula, Ygor in Son of Frankenstein (1939) and his roles in many other horror films from 1931 through 1956.[1] --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/support

The Lunar Society
Bryan Caplan - Feminists, Billionaires, and Demagogues

The Lunar Society

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 125:36


It was a fantastic pleasure to welcome Bryan Caplan back for a third time on the podcast! His most recent book is Don't Be a Feminist: Essays on Genuine Justice.He explains why he thinks:* Feminists are mostly wrong,* We shouldn't overtax our centi-billionaires,* Decolonization should have emphasized human rights over democracy,* Eastern Europe shows that we could accept millions of refugees.Watch on YouTube. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any other podcast platform. Read the full transcript here.Follow me on Twitter for updates on future episodes.More really cool guests coming up; subscribe to find out about future episodes!You may also enjoy my interviews with Tyler Cowen (about talent, collapse, & pessimism of sex), Charles Mann (about the Americas before Columbus & scientific wizardry), and Steve Hsu (about intelligence and embryo selection).If you end up enjoying this episode, I would be super grateful if you share it, post it on Twitter, send it to your friends & group chats, and throw it up wherever else people might find it. Can't exaggerate how much it helps a small podcast like mine.A huge thanks to Graham Bessellieu for editing this podcast and Mia Aiyana for producing its transcript.Timestamps(00:12) - Don't Be a Feminist (16:53) - Western Feminism Ignores Infanticide(19:59) - Why The Universe Hates Women(32:02) - Women's Tears Have Too Much Power(46:37) - Bryan Performs Standup Comedy!(51:09) - Affirmative Action is Philanthropic Propaganda(54:12) - Peer-effects as the Only Real Education(58:46) - The Idiocy of Student Loan Forgiveness(1:08:49) - Why Society is Becoming Mentally Ill(1:11:49) - Open Borders & the Ultra-long Term(1:15:37) - Why Cowen's Talent Scouting Strategy is Ludicrous(1:22:11) - Surprising Immigration Victories(1:37:26) - The Most Successful Revolutions(1:55:34) - Anarcho-Capitalism is the Ultimate Government(1:57:00) - Billionaires Deserve their WealthTranscriptDwarkesh PatelToday, I have the great honor of interviewing Bryan Caplan again for the third time. Bryan, thanks so much for coming on the podcast. Bryan CaplanI've got the great honor of being interviewed by you, Dwarkesh. You're one of my favorite people in the world!Don't Be a FeministDwarkesh PatelIt's a greater pleasure every time (for me at least). So let's talk about your book, Don't Be a Feminist. Is there any margin of representation of women in leadership roles at which you think there should be introduced bias to make sure more women get in, even if the original ratio is not because of bias?Bryan CaplanNo, I believe in meritocracy. I think it is a good system. It is one that almost everyone sees the intuitive appeal of, and it works. Just looking at a group and saying, “We need to get more members of Group X,” is the wrong way to approach it. Rather, you need to be focusing on, “Let's try to figure out the best way of getting the top quality people here.”Dwarkesh PatelIf there's an astounding ratio of men in certain positions, could that potentially have an impact on the company's ability to do business well? Perhaps the company could just care about increasing the ratio for that reason alone. Bryan CaplanRight. I mean, one can imagine that! I think in our culture, it really goes the other way. People are more likely to be trying to get rid of men, despite the fact that the men are delivering value. If you really pushed me into starting to think, “Suppose you're running a bar, would you have ladies' night?” well yeah, I would have ladies' night in a bar because that actually works, and it's good business! However, if what you're doing is trying to actually get correct answers to things, if you're trying to go and make something run effectively, and if you're just trying to make progress and you're trying to learn new things, the thing to focus on is what actually leads to knowledge and not focusing on just trying to get demographic representation. I think what we've seen is once you go down that route, it is a slippery slope. So besides defending meritocracy on its merits, I would actually also say that the slippery slope argument is not one that should be dismissed lightly. There's a lot of evidence that it does actually fit the facts. When you make an exception of that kind, it really does lead you to bad places. Dwarkesh PatelOkay. But changing topics a bit, I wonder if this gives you greater sympathy for immigration restrictionists because their argument is similar, that there's no natural shelling point for your keyhole solutions where you let tens of millions of people in, but you don't give them welfare or voting rights. There's a slippery slope when you let them in because, eventually, the civil rights argument is going to extend to them. There'll be adverse consequences that these keyhole solutions can't solve for.Bryan CaplanFirst of all, I would say maybe. That is one of the best arguments against keyhole solutions. I'm also guessing that a lot of your listeners have no idea what keyhole solutions are, Dwarkesh, so maybe we want to back up and explain that. Dwarkesh PatelGo for it. Sure.Bryan CaplanSo I have a totally unrelated book called Open Borders, the Science and Ethics of Immigration. One of the chapters goes over ways of dealing with complaints about immigration that fall short of stopping people from actually excluding or kicking out people that are already there. So just to back up a little bit further, most of the book talks about complaints about immigration–– saying that they're either totally wrong or overstated. But then I have another chapter saying, “Alright, fine, maybe you don't agree with that, but isn't there another way that we could deal with this?” So, for example, if you're worried about immigrants voting poorly, you could say, “Fine, we won't extend voting rights to immigrants or make them wait for a longer time period.” That's one where I would just say that the focal point of citizen versus noncitizen is one of the strongest ones. So I think that it actually is one that has a lot of stability. This line of, “Well, you're not a citizen, therefore…” really does have a lot of intuitive appeal. Although, yes, I do think that keyhole solutions would probably not work multi-generationally, so to go and say this is a keyhole solution where you're not a citizen, your kids are not citizens, and their kids after them are not citizens, that's one that I think would be hard to maintain. However, again, at the same time, the problems people are worried about, if they ever were severe, are also getting diluted over time. So I wouldn't worry about it so much. That is one of the very best objections to keyhole solutions that I know of.Dwarkesh PatelOkay, so going back to feminism. Over time, doesn't feminism naturally become true? One of the things you can say is that the way that society is unfair to men includes how they fight in wars or do difficult and dangerous jobs, but society, over time, becomes more peaceful (or at least has in our timeline), and the difficult jobs get automated. At the same time, the gains for people who are at the very peak of any discipline keep going up fairly, but the implication still is that if men are overrepresented there, even for biological reasons, then the relative gains that they get go up, right? So over time, feminism just becomes more true, not because society necessarily discriminated against women, but just because of the trends in technology. Bryan CaplanOnce again, I feel like we should just back up a little bit. What is feminism anyway, because if we don't know what that is, then it's very hard to talk about whether it's becoming more true over time. In my book, I begin with some popular dictionary definitions that just say feminism is the theory that women should be political, social, economic, and cultural equals of men. I say that this is a terrible definition, which violates normal usage. Why? Well, we actually have public opinion data on, first of all, whether people are or are not feminists, and second of all, what they believe about the political, social, economic, and cultural equality of women. And guess what? An overwhelming majority of people that say they are not feminists still agree with the equality of women in all those mentions, which really makes you realize that really can't be the definition of feminism. That would be like saying feminism is the theory that the sky is blue.Well, feminists do believe the sky is blue, but that isn't what distinguishes feminists from other people. So what distinguishes them? What I say is that the really distinguishing view of feminism is that society treats women less fairly than men. The view is that society treats women less fairly than men or treats men more fairly than women. This definition fits actual usage. It would be very strange for someone to say, “I'm a feminist, but I think that men get terrible treatment in our society, and women are treated like goddesses.” Then you say, “Well, then you're not really a feminist, are you?” That doesn't make sense. On the other hand, for someone to say, “I am not a feminist, but God, we treat women so terribly, we're awful.” That, again, just would not fit. So I'm not saying this is the one true definition, but rather that it is much closer to what people actually mean by feminism than what dictionaries say. So to be fair, every now and then, there'll be a better definition. I think the Wikipedia definition in the second sentence adds that it also has the view that women are treated very unfairly. Dwarkesh PatelIs another way of defining feminism just that we should raise the status of women? That's slightly different from the fairness issue because if you think of a feminist historian, maybe their contention is not that women were treated unfairly in the past. Maybe they just want to raise the status of women in the past who are underrepresented. If you think of somebody today who wants to, let's say, raise the status of Asians in our society, and they want to acknowledge the great things that Asians are doing in our society, then maybe their contention is not even that Asians are treated unfairly. They just want to raise their status. So what would you think of that definition?Bryan CaplanSo first of all, it could be, but I don't think so. Here's what I think. There could be a few people like that, but that's not what the word means in normal use. If someone were to say, “Women are treated absolutely fantastically, way better than men, and I want it to get even higher.” You say, hmm. Well, that's not what I think. Somebody might say, “Well, I can still be a feminist and think that,” okay, but that's not what the word actually means. It's not the typical view of people who call themselves feminists. The typical view is precisely that women are treated very unfairly. They want to raise that and alleviate that in a way that's almost by definition. If you think that someone's being treated unfairly, then to say, “I think they're being really unfair, but I think it's great that it's unfair.” It's almost self-contradictory. Dwarkesh PatelI guess I was making a slightly different point, which is not even that these people don't want to raise the status (the actual living standards of women) in some way. It's just that they want to raise the rhetorical status.Bryan CaplanYes, but again, if someone were to say, “I think that women are treated absolutely fantastically in society, way better than men, who we treat like dogs. But I also want women's status to be even higher than it already is.” That would be something where you could argue that “Well, that person may still be a feminist, but that is not what the word means.” Because hardly anyone who calls themselves a feminist believes that weird thing that you're talking about. Dwarkesh PatelLet me make an analogy. Let's say you or I are libertarians, right? And then we think we should raise the status of billionaires. Now, it's not like we think society mistreats billionaires. They're pretty fine, but we think their status should be even higher.Bryan CaplanYeah, I mean, this just goes to the definition. In order to find out whether a definition is correct, you just have to think, “Well, how is the word commonly used?” Logically speaking, it's possible to have a different view or two things that are compatible. The whole idea of a definition is that, ideally, you're trying to find necessary and sufficient conditions such that everybody who satisfies the conditions falls under the category and that everybody who doesn't satisfy the conditions doesn't. In ordinary language, of course, it's notoriously hard to really do that. Defining a table is actually quite difficult in a necessary and sufficient-condition sense, but we can still say, “Well, a table is not by definition something that people sit on, right?” Someone could say, “Well, I suppose you could sit on a table, but that's not the definition in ordinary use in any language of which I'm aware.”But why don't we actually go back to your real question. Which was..Dwarkesh PatelOverall, the left tail of society is being compressed, and the right tail is being expanded. Does feminism become more true over time?Bryan CaplanThe answer is that we really need to look at all of the main measures to get an idea of this. With some of the ones that you're talking about, it does make more sense. As jobs become less physically dangerous, then at least you might say that things are less unfair to men. Although in the book, what I say is that even that is a bit more superficially complicated, at least on the surface. The immediate reaction is that society's less fair to men because they do the most dangerous jobs. Although I also say, “Yeah, but they get monetary compensation for that.” So, all things considered, you probably shouldn't think of it as unfair. It's something where it's reasonable to say, “Hey, wait a second, how come men are the ones that are enduring 90 percent of the workplace deaths” and say, “Well, because they're getting 90 percent of the combat pay.” Broadly construed it's not mostly actual for combat. So anyway, that's one area where you should be careful. But I can see the possibility there. I do have a section in the book where I go over what's happening over time. What I'll say is, well, one big thing that's happened over time is that people have become very hyper-concerned with the mistreatment of women, which means that feminism is becoming less true as a result because when people are really hyper-concerned that they might be unfair to someone, they are even less likely to be unfair to them. So I think that's one thing where society where feminisms become less true over time. Another area that I talk about and which I think really does tip the scales, although again, you really need to go through the book because I do try to work through a lot of different margins…I think the one that really does settle it against feminism in today's age is precisely the level of false feminist accusations about unfairness. When we go over all the objective measures, then you say, well, it's close to a wash in terms of which gender is treated more or less fairly overall. But then you realize, “Yes, but there's one gender that has to endure a whole lot of grossly exaggerated hyperbolic accusations and unfairness and another gender that gets to make those accusations.” The gender that has to endure the unfair accusations is men, and the gender that gets to make them is women. Obviously, not all women make them, and not all men receive them. But still, if we're talking about the average fairness of the treatment of men and women or society, I say that this climate of false accusation and intimidation is what really tips it. It didn't have to be this way, Dwarkesh! [laughs] We could have just had conditions change without a whole lot of flinging of wildly inaccurate accusations, but that's not the world we're in. Dwarkesh PatelWhen would you say was the flipping point? Was there a particular decade that you thought “unbalanced things are equal now?”Bryan CaplanYeah. So one of the things I say in the book is that there are a bunch of ways where you can say that women were treated less fairly in earlier decades, but there are aspects that are probably more important overall where women are treated worse now. The main one is paternal support for children. In 1940, the odds that you could count on the biological father of your children to help you to raise them was maybe 90%. Now it's probably more like 60%, 70%. So that's one of the main ways that I say that women probably are treated less fairly than men. And the unfairness has gotten worse over time. Again, just understand this is not the kind of book that most people are used to where someone argues like a lawyer and they just say, look, I've got 20 arguments for why I'm right. And everyone who disagrees with me is stupid and doesn't have a leg to stand on. This is the kind of book that I liked to write where I really say, let's just calm down and just go through every issue separately, weigh each one on its merits. There are a bunch of points where someone could say, “Why do you concede that? That makes your argument weaker.” Well, I concede it because it's true! Then in the end, I have my overall judgment. I will just say that there are a number of books that are written in this terrible modern style of lawyerly reasoning, where you basically have a thesis that you just try to defend in every possible way. I don't write books like that. I try to write books that are honest and self-reflective, and where if there's some weakness in what I'm saying, I don't just acknowledge it if someone points it out; I try to be the first person to reveal it so that people feel like they can trust me. It's my own conscience. I don't feel right when I say something not really quite right. I feel like I should've always said the other thing. So I try to just write with candor. Dwarkesh PatelNow, would you say that feminism in the United States is overcorrected but that it's still true in the global sense? In the way that, on average, across the world, women are treated more unfairly than men. Because if that's the case, then if the US is at the center of global feminism, then, of course, they're going to overcorrect here, but overall they're making the world a better place. Bryan CaplanSo that is a much better argument. I would say that if we think about most areas of Europe, then I think that it's very similar to what's going on in the US. In the book, I do go over this especially. I start with Saudi Arabia, where it's really obvious what's going on and how poorly women are treated. But then I go over to India and China and just think about plausible rates of female infanticide. I think it is very likely that overall the treatment of women in India and China is more unfair than that of men. In Saudi Arabia, I'm almost sure that it is. In terms of “Is the US providing a useful corrective for the world while messing up things in the US?” It's possible. I think the problem is that it does discredit a lot of the reasonable points because the US just doesn't focus on the really big issues. The amount of time that American feminists spend on female infanticide in China and India… I don't think it would even be 1% of the rhetoric. It's just not something that they care about.So I would say that there's more harm being done by the sheer distraction of putting so much emphasis upon small, exaggerated, or reverse problems that bother feminists in the first world while ignoring and indirectly causing people to forget or neglect actual serious problems in some other countries. Positively shifting the Overton WindowWestern Feminism Ignores InfanticideDwarkesh PatelBut let me apply the argument you make in Open Borders that you can effect change by shifting the Overton window. So advocating for open borders just shifts immigration policy slightly towards the open end. Can American feminists make the same point that through making the crazy arguments they make in America, they're making Saudi Arabia more liberal for women? Bryan CaplanI would say that when the arguments are crazy, then it's not clear that shifting the Overton window actually happens. That may be where you discredit the other view. In particular, I think what I say in that part of the book is that people generally confuse being radical with being unfriendly. And most of the harm that is done to radical causes is due to the unfriendliness rather than the radicalism. So in that case, I would say that feminism has a definite friendliness problem. It is not a movement that goes out of its way to go and make other people feel like they are respected, where even if you disagree with me, I want to be your friend and listen to what you have to say, and maybe we could go and come to some understanding. I think it is a movement where the main emotional tenure of the elites is, “We are totally right, and anyone who disagrees had better watch out.” So I think that there is a discrediting of it. The other thing is just that I think there's too much cultural separation between the feminist movement as we know it and places like China and India, where I just don't see the attitude of being really angry about exaggerated or false complaints about unfair treatment of women in the United States is going to do anything for infanticide in India. Correct me if I'm wrong, Dwarkesh. Do you see much influence of Western feminism on infanticide in India?Dwarkesh PatelI don't know, but maybe yes. More generally, one of the common arguments that libertarians make about India and its elites is, “Oh, all of India's elites go study in Oxford or something, and they learn about the regulations the West is adopting that make no sense for a country with $2,000 GDP per capita.” I feel like some of the things could be true of feminism where all these Indian elites go to American universities and UK universities where they learn about radical feminism, and they go back, and they adopt some of these things.Bryan CaplanYes, although you might remember what Alex Tabarrok says about these very things. You can go to India and have people pushing paper straws on you, and yet the streets are still totally covered in trash. In fact, the pushing of the paper straws probably actually distracts people from the much more serious problem of the horrible trash, right? Again, I don't know enough about India to speak with any confidence here, but if you go and learn radical feminism in Western universities, come back to India and start complaining about how we need to have more female CEOs in a country where you have millions of female infanticides per year, I think it probably is like the paper straws problem where you are so focused on a trivial problem that maybe is not only a problem, is not even a problem at all. At the same time, that anger really blinds you to an actual, really serious problem that's going on. But you know India better than me, I could be wrong. Why The Universe Hates WomenDwarkesh PatelI believe rape within a marriage is still legal in India and is still not recognized. Maybe it was just recently changed. Let's say this is an interview, and a feminist says, “Oh my gosh, okay Bryan, maybe you're right that society as a whole doesn't mistreat women, but maybe the cosmos mistreats women.” So women are forced to have children. All of these things combined make women's lives worse on average than men's lives. It's not because society mistreats them, but in some sense, there's still unfairness geared toward women. What do you make of this argument?Bryan CaplanSo unfairness, where there's no human being that does it, seems like a very strange idea to me. Just from the get-go, well, so who was unfair to you? “The universe is unfair.” Then I mean, the correct term there is unfortunate, not unfair. So that aside, I would say it's a really interesting question. Who actually has better lives just as a matter of biological endowments, men or women? I mean, in terms of demonstrated preference, I think the overwhelming result is that most people just want to remain in whatever gender they're born in. So this is not actually transgenderism. This is like a genie wish. If you could change your gender just with a wish, costlessly, perfectly, I think a very large majority of people would still want to stay with whatever gender they have because it's part of their identity. It's some kind of endowment effect, status quo bias, or whatever. But then if you say, “Okay, yeah, right, fine. Like you, like you just want to stay whatever you were because that's your identity, but if you could put that aside, what would you want to be?” It's a tough question. You can say, “Well, women have a harder personality to deal with because of higher neuroticism, and they've also got higher agreeableness.” But that gives them some other advantages in terms of getting along with other people. For example, men's disagreeableness makes it hard for men to just bite their tongues and shut up when someone's saying something they don't like. I think that is easier for women to do. You may have noticed that having to shut up and bite your tongue while someone around you says something stupid you don't like is actually a big part of life. That is one thing. Now, in terms of things that I feel that I would get out of being a woman, just being able to have as many kids as I wanted would matter a lot to me. So I only have four kids right now. If it were totally up to me, I would have had more kids. I think, as a woman, it would have been easy to do. [laughs] So again, you know, there is the issue. How are you going to find a guy that wants to have a lot of kids? This is one where I've looked at the data on family size and what determines it. While both men and women seem to have a say on family size, it just looks like women's traits have a much larger effect. Men are more likely to say, “OK, fine, whatever. We'll do what you want to do on family size.” Whereas women seem to have much more pronounced preferences, which they then tend to get. I think that if I were a woman, I could have had more kids, and it would have been easier for me to do it. That would be something that matters to me. It's not something that matters to everybody, but that's something there. Again, there is just the nice fact of people caring about your suffering. In the book, I do talk about the ethos of women and children first, which is very pronounced. It's a modern society where we can simultaneously have something like “women and children first”, but then also have a lot of rhetoric about how people don't care about women. It's like, “Hmm, that's not right.”Dwarkesh PatelWhat do you think of this theory that maybe society cares a lot more about women suffering, but it sympathizes a lot more with men's success? If you think of a default character in a movie or a novel, at least for me, then the default is a man. Then maybe there's some victim that defaults as a woman. But I'd rather be the sympathy of some sort of success than get it for suffering.Bryan CaplanI mean, do you need sympathy for success? Or do you want admiration? I mean, I guess what I would say is that everybody's got suffering, and only a small share of people have any notable success. If all that you knew was you're going to be a man or woman, I would say, “Well, gee, if I'm a woman, then people will sympathize with my suffering, which is almost definitely coming because that's the human condition.” Whereas to have admiration for your success is something where it just affects a much smaller number of people. I know that hanging out in Austin among hyper-successful people may be biasing your sample a bit, but I do think it's believable that men get more unmitigated admiration for their success. Of course, there are also differences in the mating opportunities that you get for being a successful man versus a successful woman. So that is there too, but again, this is something that really is only relevant for a very small share of the population.But then the argument is, “Well, that small share of the population matters so much in terms of the story we tell ourselves about our civilization or just in terms of who controls more resources overall.” So if being a woman billionaire is harder, maybe for biological reasons, maybe for the reasons of our society, you can say, “Well, that only affects a small percentage of women in society.” But on the other hand, billionaires matter a lot.In terms of what life is like for most people, the main way they matter is that billionaires just provide awesome stuff. In terms of the stories that people tell, it's true that if you go and look at most classic movies or novels, the main characters are male. Even in cartoons, actually, the main characters traditionally have been male. But on the other hand, that's just fiction. In terms of daily life. I'd rather have people be really concerned about me in real life but have my perspective underrepresented stories than the other way around. Dwarkesh PatelSo what do you make of the argument that employers hold defects in women's personalities much more against them than they hold defects in men's personalities? I think Tyler cited some of this research in his new book on talent that being too agreeable or being too aggressive harms women more than it harms men. Bryan CaplanI would say that it's complicated in terms of willingness to fire. I think employers are much more willing to fire men. For defects and for insubordination. Another thing on the list is a small one, but I think that it is indicative of a broader trend. For people working at workplaces with dress codes, men are much more likely to be dinged on dress code violations than women because for men, there's a definite thing men are supposed to do. If you're not doing it, you are in violation. For women, on the other hand, it's like, “Well, gee, I mean, it seems kind of like that's not what you should be wearing, but I don't want to be the person that says anything about it. And who knows? Who am I to judge what a woman ought to be wearing on the job?”  But a man, on the other hand, needs to be wearing a suit in 110-degree weather. What was the high this summer over in Austin? [laughter] Dwarkesh PatelWhy do you think that women have gotten less happy since the sixties in America?Bryan CaplanRight. So the main thing I know about this is Stevenson and Wolfer's research on this. The main thing to remember is the magnitude. If I remember correctly, they find that in the sixties, women had about a two percentage point advantage relative to men in terms of their odds of saying they're very happy. 25% of men said they were very happy, then 27% of women in the sixties said that they were very happy. Whereas now, it seems like women have a two percentage point deficit relative to men. So now, if 25% of men say they're very happy, then 23% of women say they're very happy. It's always important in these papers to look at those magnitudes because the media coverage is going to say, “Oh, women are miserable now.” It's not that women are miserable now! We're talking about a two-percentage point difference. It's a data set large enough for this to actually be meaningful, but we do want to keep it in perspective in terms of what's really going on. The paper probably actually goes over a bunch of stories and says the obvious ones are all wrong. That would be what Justin Wolfersustin especially would normally do. I think he's usually right that simple stories about something like this are wrong. In terms of what I would pursue if I read through the paper and reminded myself of what they found and then said, “Okay, well, what will work?” I think I would, on one end, focus on single moms because they'll become much more common, and their lives really are hard. A rise in single motherhood is coming. I would guess that's one important part of it. Then, I would also be wondering how much of it is actual feminism telling women that they should be unhappy because the world is unfair and that causes unhappiness. Again, I'm not saying that these are right. It's plausible to me. The main thing I would say about feminism causing unhappiness in the adherents is that it probably doesn't matter most for most self-identified feminists because most people just are not that intellectual and they don't think about their ideas very often. So it's one thing to say, look, if you believe you're going to hell, you'll be unhappy. It's like, well, if you believe it once a year, does it make you unhappy? If you remember, “Oh yeah, once a year, I think I'm going to hell.” The rest of the time, you don't think it.On the other hand, the person who is always thinking, “I'm going to hell, I'm going to hell,” probably will be unhappy. So I think feminism is very likely to reduce the happiness of people who are feminist elites and take it really seriously, where they're talking about it all the time. That is likely to cause unhappiness. I'd be amazed if it didn't. But on the other hand, for the vast majority of people who say, “Yeah, I am a feminist. Moving on…” I don't think it's too likely to be messing up their lives. Dwarkesh PatelThat raises an interesting possibility. This is not my theory, but let's run with this. So feminism has actually gotten more true over time, but it's precisely because of feminism.  Maybe it's made elite women more unhappy. As you said earlier, the amount of single mothers has gone up. Maybe part of that is the reason, and part of that is because of feminist trends in terms of family formation. Maybe women prefer to be at home caring for children on average more, but then feminism encourages them to have careers, which makes them less happy. So if you add all these things up, plus mentorship, which men are less likely to give because of #metoo. So add all these things up, maybe they're the result of feminism, but they still make feminism more right. Would you agree with that?Bryan CaplanYeah. If we go back to this definition of feminism and this theory that our society treats women less fairly than men, then if the story is that women have made a lot of false accusations against men and then men have responded by changing their behavior, that would seem to be a strange example of saying the society is treating women less fairly than men. It would seem to be a case that society is treating men unfairly, and this is having some negative side effects for women as well. But it's one where if you really were trying to draw the line… Well actually, here's actually one of the weaknesses of the definition that I proposed. So foot binding in China. From my understanding, the main drivers of foot binding in China were women. So women are binding feet, and they're also telling their daughters they have to have their feet bound. Men seemed to care less, actually, it was more of an intra-female abuse. This is one where you could say that in China, women are treated less fairly than men, even though the perpetrators are women. I think that does actually make sense. I would just say that the definition that we use in our society isn't really calibrated to deal with that kind of thing. When it comes to what the right way to describe it would be, it just gets a bit confusing. It's useful just to say, all right, well, if women are mistreating women and that's what's making women's lives hard, how do we count that? I think I would just say that we don't have any really good way of counting it, and might be useful to just come up with a new word to describe this kind of thing. Women's Tears Have Too Much PowerDwarkesh PatelWhat do you make of Hanania's argument that women's tears win in the marketplace of ideas? Bryan CaplanYeah. So we might want to back up a little bit and explain what the argument is. So Richard Hanania on his substack has a very famous essay where he points out that in fiction, when there is a mob of angry college students, it's very demographically diverse. But when you look at actual footage, it seems like women are highly overrepresented. He generalizes this by saying that a lot of what's going on in terms of cancel culture and related problems is that women are the main ones that get angry about these things, and people don't know what to do about it. So he, if I remember correctly, says that a man can, in a way, actually enjoy an argument with another man. Even if you lose or even if it's a physical fight, he says, you can sort of feel invigorated by it. We got through this. We resolved something. Whereas no guy feels this way about an argument with his wife. “What do I need to do in order for this argument to end as soon as possible” would be a more normal reaction. This sort of generalizes to the majority of social arguments, specifically ones that involve someone being offended or angry, or hurt. He says a lot of what's going on is that it is mainly women that are presenting these complaints and that it's hard to deal with it because men don't want to argue with angry women. It just makes them feel bad. It's sort of a no-win situation. So anyway, that is Hanania's argument. Overall, it seemed pretty plausible to me. I haven't thought about it that much more, but it's one that does seem to make a fair bit of sense in terms of just what I'm writing about feminism. You know, one really striking thing is just how one-sided this conversation is. It is a conversation where women have complaints, and men mostly just listen in silence. Ofcourse, men will sometimes complain amongst each other when women aren't around. It's not a real dialogue where women have complaints about men, and then men are very eager to say, “Oh, but I have something I would like to say in rebuttal to that.” A lot of it is what he calls “women's tears.” It's sadness, but mingled with or supported by intimidation: “If you don't give me what I want, if you don't pretend that you agree with me, I will be very angry, and I will be fairly sad.” So you should be afraid. I think a lot of what's probably going on with the rhetorical dominance of feminism, is that people are just afraid to argue against it because, in a way, it does sort of violate the women and children first ethos. If women complain about something, you aren't supposed to go and say, “I disagree. Your complaints are unjustified.” You're supposed to say, “Look, what can I do to make it better?” Dwarkesh PatelBut that seems like a good description of race issues and class issues as well. Bryan CaplanI mean, the main difference there is that there are a lot of people who have a lot more firsthand experience of intergender relations, and they spend a lot more time in intergender relations than they spend in all of the other ones. So I mean, the dynamic is probably pretty similar, but in terms of the really negative firsthand experience that men have, Hanania probably is right about that. Then that generalizes to bigger issues. Dwarkesh PatelYou have an essay about endogenous sexism. Could this just not be the cause of society being unfair to a woman? We start off with men being in power, they get sexist just because they're around other men and they like them more. So then, the starting position matters a lot, even if men aren't trying to be sexist. Bryan CaplanSo let me just back up and explain the argument. The argument says to imagine that in reality, men and women are equally good in absolutely every way, but people are more likely to have close friends with their own gender, (which is totally true). So if I remember the essay, I think that for close male friends, the male-to-female ratio was 6:1, and for women, it was 4:1. So most people's close friends are of the same gender. When you meet these people, and they're your close friends, you know them really well. Furthermore, because you have handpicked them, you're going to think well of them. So then the question is, “What about people of the opposite gender? What will your interaction with them be like?” What I point out is that a lot of the opposite gender you hang out with will be the spouses and partners of your friends. On average, you're going to think worse of them because you didn't pick them. Basically, there are two filters there: I like you because you're my friend, and I put up with your partner because that person is your partner. So this means that the women that men are around are going to be the partners of their friends. They're not going to like them less and think less of them than they think of their friends. On the other hand, the partners of women's friends will be men, and women will get to know them and say, “Wow, they're not that great. They're at least kind of disappointing relative to my same-gender friends.” So anyway, this is an argument about how the illusion of your own gender being superior could arise. Now, as to whether this is actually the right story, I leave that open. This was just more of a thought experiment to understand what could happen here. Could this actually explain the unfair treatment of women in society? Especially if we start off with men being the gatekeepers for most of the business world? It's totally plausible that it could. That's why we really want to go to the data and see what we actually find. In the data I know of, the evidence of women earning less money than men while doing the same job is quite low. So there's very little gender disparity in earnings once you make the obvious statistical adjustments for being in the same occupation. Again, the main area that probably actually has gotten worse for women is mentoring. Mentoring is partly based on friendship. I like this person. I like working with them. So I will go and help them to go and acquire more human capital on the job. This is one that feminism has visibly messed up, and many feminists will, in a strange way, admit that they have done it while not taking responsibility for the harm. I've got an essay on that in the book as well.Looking at the evidence, it is totally standard now for male managers to admit that they are reluctant to mentor female employees because they're so worried. When I go and track down a bunch of feminist reactions to this, they basically just say, “I can't believe how horrible these guys are.” But it's like, look, you're asking them for a favor to get mentorship. They're scared. If someone's scared, do you really want to yell at them more and offer more mostly empty threats? It's really hard to scare someone into doing something this informal, so you really do need to win them over. Dwarkesh PatelTactically, that might be correct, but it seems to just be a matter of “Is their argument justified?” I can see why they'd be frustrated. Obviously, you want to point out when there's a sexual harassment allegation, and that may have the effect of less mentorship. Bryan CaplanWell, is it obvious that you want to point that out? Part of what I'm saying is that there are different perceptions here. There are differences of opinion. If you want to get along with people, a lot of it is saying, “How does it seem from the other person's point of view?” Obviously, do not assume that the most hypersensitive person is correct. So much of the problem with mentorship comes down to hypersensitivity. I've got another piece in the book where I talk about misunderstandings and how we have so much lost sight of this very possibility. When there's a conflict between two people, who's right and who's wrong? Ofcourse, it could be that one person is the conscious malefactor and the other person is an obvious victim that no one could deny. That does happen sometimes. But much more often in the real world, there's a misunderstanding where each person, because of the imperfection of the human mind, has the inability to go and get inside another person's head. To each person, it seems like they're in the right and the other person is in the wrong, and one of the most helpful ways for people to get along with each other is to realize that this is the norm. Most conflicts are caused by misunderstandings, not by deliberate wrongdoing. This is the way the people who keep their friends keep their friends. If any time there's a conflict with a friend, you assume that you're right and your friend is in the wrong, and you demand an immediate abject apology, you're going to be losing friends left and right. It is a foolish person who does that. Friendship is more important than any particular issue. This is not only my personal view, it is the advice that I give to everyone listening. Keep your friends, bend over backward in order to keep your friends, and realize that most conflicts are caused by misunderstandings. It's not the other person is going out of their way to hurt you. They probably don't see it that way. If you just insist, “I'm right, I demand a full apology and admission of your wrongdoing,” you're probably going to be losing friends, and that's a bad idea. The same thing I think is going on in workplaces where there is an ideology saying that we should take the side of the most hypersensitive person. This is not a good approach for human beings to get along with each other.Dwarkesh PatelYeah. That's very wise. What do you make the argument that a lot of these professions that are dominated by men are not intrinsically things that must appeal to men, but the way that they are taught or advertised is very conducive to what males find interesting? So take computer science, for example; there are claims that you could teach that or economics in a way that focuses on the implications on people from those practices rather than just focusing on the abstractions or the “thing-focused stuff.” So the argument is these things shouldn't be inherently interesting to men. It's just in the way they are taught. Bryan CaplanThe word inherently is so overused. It's one where you say, "Well, are you saying that inherently X?” Then someone says, “Well, not inherently X, just you'd have to bend over backward and move heaven and earth for it not to be. So I guess it's not really inherent.” That is a lot of what is worth pointing out. So if you're going to put the standard to that level, then it's going to be hard to find differences. You could say, “There's absolutely no way under the sun to go and teach math in a less male way.” On the other hand, maybe we should ask, “Is it reasonable to expect the whole world to revolve around making every subject equally appealing to men and women?” That's an unreasonable demand. If there's a subject like math that is male-dominated, the reasonable thing is to say, “Well, if you want to get in on that, you're going to need to go and become simpatico with the mindset of the people that are already there and then push the margin.” You can say that it's “so unfair that male ways of doing math are dominant.” Or maybe you could say that it's unfair for someone who's just shown up to demand that an entire discipline change its way of doing things to make you feel better about it. Obviously, there are large areas that are very female-dominated, and there's no pressure on women to go and change the way that flower arranging is done, or cooking in order to make it more welcoming to men.So this is one where if you had a really high bar for how things are fair, then unless the rigorous conditions are met, you're going to see a lot of unfairness in the world. Although even then, as long as you have an equally high bar for both men and women, I don't think it's going to make feminism any more true by my definition. I also just say, I think these really high bars are unreasonable. If a friend had these bars of standards saying, “Look, why is it that when we meet for food, we have to go and meet at standard hours of breakfast, lunch, and dinner? I actually like meeting in the middle of the night. Why can't we have half of the time be my way?” You respond, “Well yeah, but you're only one person, so why should I change?” It depends upon what subfield you're in as well. There are actually groups of people really like hanging out in the middle of the night, so if you ask, “Why is it we always have to meet in the middle of the night? Why can't we do it my way?” You are entering into a subculture that works this way. You could demand that we totally change our way of being to accommodate you, but it just seems like an unreasonable imposition on the people who are already here. Now, when you sort of go through the list of different things that people think of as making something a male or a not-male field, sometimes people will treat things like acting like there's an objectively correct answer as a male trait. If that's a male trait, then we need to keep that trait because that is vital to really any field where there are right and wrong answers. I mean, that's an area where I am very tempted rhetorically to say, “It's just so sexist to say that it's male to think that things are right and wrong. I think that is a trait of both genders”. In a way, I end the essay stating, “Yes, these are not male; not only do they not make a male monopoly, but they are also not uniquely male virtues. They are virtues that can and should be enjoyed by all human beings.” At the same time, you could ask whether virtues are equally represented by both genders and well, that's an empirical question. We have to look at that. Bryan Performs Standup Comedy!Dwarkesh PatelWe're shifting subjects. You recently performed at the Comedy Cellar. How was that experience? Bryan CaplanYeah, that was super fun and a big challenge! I am a professional public speaker. Standup comedy is professional public speaking. I was curious about how much transfer of learning there would be. How many of the things that I know as a regular public speaker can I take with me to do standup comedy? I'm also just a big fan of standup comedy– if you know me personally, I just find life constantly funny. Dwarkesh PatelYes, I can confirm that. You're a very pleasant person to be around. Bryan CaplanLife is funny to me. I like pointing out funny things. I like using my imagination. A lot of comedy is just imagination and saying, look, “Imagine that was the opposite way. What would that be like?” Well, actually, just to back up again: during COVID, I did just create a wiki of comedy ideas just on the idea that maybe one day I'll go and do standup comedy. Comedy Cellar actually has a podcast, kind of like Joe Rogan, where comedians go and talk about serious issues. I was invited to that, and as a result, I was able to talk my way into getting to perform on the actual live stage of the biggest comedy club in New York. The main thing I could say about my performance is that it was me and nine professional comedians, and I don't think I was obviously the worst person. So that felt pretty good.Dwarkesh PatelIt was a pretty good performance.Bryan CaplanI felt good about it! There were some main differences that I realized between the kind of public speaking I was used to doing and what I actually did there. One is the importance of memorizing the script. It just looks a lot worse if you're reading off a note. Normally I have some basic notes, and then I ad-lib. I don't memorize. The only time I have a script is if I have a very time-constrained debate, then I'd normally write an opening statement, but otherwise, I don't. The thing with comedy is it depends so heavily upon exact word choice. You could go and put the same sentence into Google Translate and then back-translate it and get another sentence that is synonymous but isn't funny at all. That was something that I was very mindful of. Then obviously, there are things like timing and being able to read an audience (which I'm more used to). That was what was so hard during COVID–– not being able to look at the faces of a live audience. I can see their eyes, but I can't tell their emotions or reactions to their eyes. I don't know whether I should talk more or less about something. I don't know whether they're angry or annoyed or curious or bored. So these are all things that I would normally be adjusting my talk for in normal public speaking. But with comedy, it's a bit hard to do. What successful comedians actually do is they try it in a bunch of different ways, and then they remember which ways work and which ones don't. Then they just keep tweaking it, so finally, when they do the Netflix special, they have basically done A/B testing on a hundred different audiences, and then it sounds great–– but the first time? Not that funny. Dwarkesh PatelIt didn't occur to me until you mentioned it, but it makes a lot of sense that there are transfers of learning there in both disciplines. There are a lot of hypotheticals, non-extra events, and putting things in strange situations to see what the result is…Bryan CaplanA lot of it is just not having stage fright. So I probably had just a tiny bit of stage fright at the Comedy Cellar, which normally I would have basically zero, but there it was a little bit different because it's like, “Am I going to forget something?” I actually have a joke in the set about how nothing is scarier than staying silent while thousands of people stare at you. So that was a self-referential joke that I worked in there.Dwarkesh PatelI can't remember if it was Robin Hanson who said this, but didn't he have a theory about how the reason we have stage fright is because somehow, you're showing dominance or status, and you don't want to do that if you're not actually the most confident. Bryan CaplanYou're making a bid for status. In the ancestral environment, we're in small groups of 20-40 people. If you go and want to speak, you're saying, “I'm one of the most important people in this band here.” If you're not, or if there are a lot of people voicing that that guy is not important, then who knows? They might shove you off the cliff the next time they get a chance. So yeah, watch out. Affirmative Action is Philanthropic PropagandaDwarkesh PatelI wonder if this explains the cringe emotion. When somebody makes a bid for status, and it's not deserved. Okay, I want to talk about discrimination. So as you know, there's a Supreme court case about Harvard and affirmative action. You might also know that a lot of companies have filed a brief in favor of Harvard, saying that affirmative action is necessary for them to hire diverse work for ourselves, including Apple, Lyft, General Motors. So what is the explanation for corporations wanting to extend affirmative action? Or are they just saying this, but they don't want it? Bryan CaplanIf those individual corporations could press a button that would immunize them from all employment lawsuits, I think they would press it. When you look at their behavior, they don't just give in whenever they get sued. They have a normal team of lawyers that try to minimize the damage to the company and pay as little as possible to make the problem go away. So I think really what's going on is public relations. They are trying to be on that team. As to whether it's public relations vis a vis their consumers or public relations vis a vis other people in the executive boardroom is an interesting question. I think these days, it probably is more of the latter. Although even under Reagan, there were a bunch of major corporations that did make a similar statement saying that they wanted affirmative action to continue. I think that the real story is that they want to get the status of saying, “we are really in favor of this. We love this stuff.” But at the same time, if it just went away, they wouldn't voluntarily adopt a policy where they give you a right to go and sue them for mistreatment.I think there would still be a lot of propaganda. I mean, here's the general thing. You think about this as a species of corporate philanthropy sticking your neck out in favor of a broad social cause. Some people disagree and say that it's self-interest. They say, “Look, the odds that even Apple is going to change the Supreme Court's mind is super low.” So I don't think it's that. Basically, what they're doing is a kind of philanthropy. What's the deal with corporate philanthropy? The deal with corporate philanthropy is you are trying to go and, first of all, make the public like you, but also, you're trying to look good and jockey for influence within your own company. One really striking thing about corporate philanthropy is when you look closer, normally, they spend way more resources marketing the philanthropy and letting everyone know, “Oh, we did all this philanthropy!” Then they actually spend on philanthropy. So I had a friend who was a marketing person in charge of publicizing her company's philanthropy. They gave away about a thousand dollars a year to the Girl Scouts, and she had a hundred thousand dollars salary telling everyone about how great they were for giving this money to the Girl Scouts. So I think that's the real story. Get maximally cynical. I think without denying the fact that there are true believers now in corporate boardrooms who are pushing it past the point of profitability. The cost of philanthropy is just the production budget of the TV commercial. A rounding error. The donations are a rounding error, and then they go, “Hey, everyone, look at us. We're so freaking philanthropic!” Peer effects as the Only Real EducationDwarkesh PatelOkay. So this question is one that Tyler actually suggested I ask you. So in The Myth of the Rational Voter, you say that education makes you more pro-free market. Now, this may have changed in the meantime, but let's just say that's still true. If you're not really learning anything, why is education making you more free market? Bryan CaplanIt's particularly striking that even people who don't seem to take any economics classes are involved. I think that the best story is about peer effects. When you go to college, you're around other peers who though not pro-market, are less anti-market than the general population. The thing about peer effects is that they really are a double-edged sword from a social point of view. Think about this. Right now, if you are one of the 1% of non-Mormons that goes to Brigham Young University, what do you think the odds are that you'll convert to Mormonism? Dwarkesh PatelHigher than normal. Bryan CaplanYeah. I don't know the numbers, but I think it's pretty high. But suppose that Brigham Young let in all the non-Mormons. What would Brigham Young do for conversion to Mormonism? Probably very little. Furthermore, you realize, “Huh, well, what if those Mormons at Brigham Young were dispersed among a bunch of other schools where they were that were a minority?” Seems quite plausible. They'd be making a lot more converts over there. So if you achieve your peer effects by segregation (which is literally what college does, it takes one part of society and segregates it from another part of society physically when you're in school, and then there's social segregation caused by the fact that people want to hang out with other people in their own social circles, your own education levels, etc.), in that case, in terms of whether or not education actually makes society overall pro-free market, I think it's totally unclear because, basically, when people go to college, they make each other more pro-free market. At the same time, they remove the possibility of influencing people of other social classes who don't go to college, who probably then influence each other and make each other less free market. I think that's the most plausible story.Dwarkesh PatelWhat about the argument that the people who go to elite universities are people who are going to control things? If you can engineer a situation in which the peer effects in some particular direction are very strong at Harvard (maybe because the upper class is very liberal or woke), they make the underclass even more woke, and then it's a reinforcing cycle after every generation of people who come into college. Then that still matters a lot, even though presumably somebody becomes more right-wing once they don't go to Harvard because there are no peers there. But it doesn't matter. They're not going to be an elite, or it doesn't matter as much. Bryan CaplanIt could be, although what we've seen is that we now just have very big gaps between elite opinion and mass opinion. Of course, it is a democracy. If you want to run for office, that is a reason to go and say, “Yeah, what is the actual common view here? Not just the view that is common among elites.” However, I will say that this is a topic that deserves a lot more study. Now the other thing to question is, “Wouldn't there be peer effects even without college?” If elites didn't go to college and instead they went and did elite apprenticeships at top corporations instead, I think you'd still wind up getting a very similar elite subculture. I think that this kind of social segregation is very natural in every human society. Of course, you can see it under communism very strongly where it's like, “I don't want my kid going and playing with a kid whose parents aren't in the communist party.” So every society has this kind of thing. Now, if you push the dynamics enough…. let's put it this way. If you were the prophet of the Mormon religion, what would be the very best thing for you to do to maximize the spread of Mormonism? It is not at all clear to me that trying to get all Mormons to go bring them young is a good strategy.Dwarkesh PatelI wonder if there are nonlinear dynamics to this. Bryan CaplanYeah. Well, there's gotta be, right? But as soon as you're talking about nonlinear dynamics, those are truly hard to understand. So I would just say to keep a much more open mind about this, and if anyone is listening and wants to do research on this, that sounds cool, I'll read it. Dwarkesh PatelRight. I remember you saying that one of the things you're trying to do with your books is influence the common view of elite opinion. So in that sense, there are elite subcultures in every society, but they're not the same elite subcultures, and therefore you might care very much about which particular subculture it is. Bryan CaplanNotice that that's one where I'm taking it as a given that we have the current segregation, and I'm going to try to go and take advantage of it. But if it were a question of if I could change the dial of what kind of segregation we have, then it's much less clear. The Idiocy of Student Loan Forgiveness Dwarkesh PatelStudent loan forgiveness. What is your reaction? Bryan CaplanOh, give me a freaking break. This is one subject where I think it's very hard to find almost any economist, no matter how left-wing and progressive, who really wants to stick their necks out and defend this garbage. Look, it's a regressive transfer. Why then? Why is it that someone who is left-wing or progressive would go and favor it? Maybe it's because people who have a lot of education and colleges are on our team, and we just want to go and help our team. Obviously, the forgiveness really means, “We're going to go and transfer the cost of this debt from the elites that actually ran up the bill to the general population.” Which includes, of course, a whole lot of people who did not go to college and did not get whatever premium that you got out of it. So there's that. In terms of efficiency, since the people have already gotten the education, you're not even “increasing the amount of education” if you really think that's good. The only margin that is really increasing education is how it's making people think, “Well, maybe there'll be another round of debt forgiveness later on, so I'll rack up more debt. The actual true price of education is less than it seems to be.” Although even there, you have to say, “Huh, well, but could people knowing this and the great willingness to borrow actually wind up increasing the ban for college and raising tuition further?” There's good evidence for that. Not 100%, but still a substantial degree.Again, just to back up–– that can be my catchphrase [laughter]. So I have a book called The Case Against Education, and my view is much more extreme than that of almost any normal economist who opposes student loan debt forgiveness. I think that the real problem with education is that we have way too much of it. Most of it is very socially wasteful. What we're doing with student loan forgiveness is we're basically going and transferring money to people who wasted a lot of social resources. The story that you are on the slippery slope to free college for all is, in a way, the best argument in favor of it. If you thought that free college for all was a good idea, then this puts us on that slippery slope. It's terrible because the real problem with education is that we just spend way too many years in school. It is generally