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We're back! Since we last released an episode, Mike Miranti has become MIKEY POMODORO. So, Tom decided to interview him about his transformation from "Front of house guy" to a budding restaurateur. Plus we talk about the "10 New Rules of Dining Right Now". ****************************** Transcript below: From the NotAFoodie studio which is not actually a studio it is a zoom meeting from I don't know where are you Mikey? In Hell's Kitchen, at our pop up kitchen space. So anyway, it is the NotAFoodie show. I am Tom and I am your co host along with Mike Miranti aka Mikey Pomodoro. Mikey Pomodoro. So I think, Mike, one of the things that I want to talk about about this episode I bet the focus of this episode I think, is the evolution of Mike Miranti. Front of House guy, podcast host extraordinaire, to Mikey Pomodoro restauranteur. Pop Up manager pop up restaurant or chef Chef Smorgasburg like we've got a lot to unpack there. But I think I think we should just get started with some food news first What do you think? Yeah, I meet you that that's the plan that's what we do. You're out of practice because you didn't do the Food News jingle. So what do you what do we have to talk about today? What do we got? Yeah, so pretty much if you've been if you're just coming out of the coma The first thing you needed to do is listen to the new nada foodie show there's been a worldwide pandemic since the end of 2019 what restaurants closed for a year then there was a vaccine where there is a vaccine and a lot of people have taken it but not everybody yet for some reason I thought to get a microchip I didn't know that there was a vaccine alright Because there's a vaccine restaurants are kind of back there's no more 50% seating there's no more outdoor only seating restaurants are back so restaurants are back but it's not the same as what it was pre COVID and food and wine put out a really like perfect Instagram post like a 10 slide post about the new rules of dining out Yeah this is awesome I came across this the other day and just to be clear you and I started talking about food news we started talking about just the shit that servers have to deal with like that they've had to deal with historically right like you go to a restaurant people see it people are entitled and you know that's not even talking about the people that don't tip but the people who you know as my my daughter would call them Karen's but like just people who are complaining who who have the sense of entitlement and it's gotten worse across the board for for everything right like people are understandably angry people are you know, frustrated with the world and things start to open up a little bit and they there's this trend I guess or this this immediate like you know urge to get back to Oh, everything should be perfect again, you know, when on the back end there's there's a lot of shit that's not perfect. We lost how many fallow hundreds of 1000s of people you know, died, that there's no so that means there's a labor shortage to there's a labor shortage are more people to go back to work? Yes. Which is a really like, cynical way of looking at it. But it's true. But also people are choosing not to people who might not feel comfortable going back to work in a restaurant where you're dealing with people with dealing with the public. You know, I know me personally like I've got kids at home who are not vaccinated yet I would probably feel uncomfortable if I had a job working in a restaurant like that. I had to go to a conference in Nashville, back in August, which is like the breakthrough COVID capital of the fucking world because it's just crazy, unmasked unvaccinated mass of people and I, I quarantined at home, before seeing my kids, like I can't imagine having to do that every single day and having to go to work and being treated like shit and, you know, by customers and everything like that. I think it's just, we're at a we're at a breaking point. So that led us you and I to talk about this post that came out from food and wine. It was an Instagram post and once you take us through it, yeah, so it's 10 words. Yeah, it's 10 rules. Number one, the customers not always right. Which is the truth. The customer Usually wrong. And also people hate asking servers questions when they go out, and then they don't have as good of the time. You and I are generally friends because you asked me things that Christos though. So like this is it's interesting because I, I've always struggled with, like, I'm not gonna complain about certain things, but I will talk to my servers and I'll talk to chefs and I'll ask for recommendations. And I'll, you know, at the other day, I had some really bad service at a place that I'm not going to blow up their spot and but I'll but I sent the manager a note, because I feel like they want they want to know, right? Like, I'm not asking for anything for free. I'm not demanding things. Like sometimes I'll tell if I had really bad service or like a bad dinner meal, I'll pay for it. And then after I paid for it, I'll bring the manager over. Oh, that's exactly what I did. I paid for it. Yeah. That's it, I paid for it. I and I, you know, and I said, Hey, I know that you're a new restaurant that's been around for only, you know, a few months, I know that you are beloved, you're developing a relationship or a reputation of being beloved in the community. And every experience I've had up until this point was good, but I just want to let you know that this is really screwed up what you did like this, this was a really bad day. And everybody has a bad day. So anyway, the customer is not always right. Yeah. What's the natural? Big 20% is minimum now? I agree with that. Yeah, I agree with them. I also like when I kit I tip 20% after tax, that's usually like 25% Yeah, I mean, yeah, I've always kept 20% after tax sometimes. I when when I first started going out, I was tipping like, 50%. I was just, I felt so grateful. I know, right? Well, I mean, it's not like I was going out to like, you know, a like, and well, let me just say, I'm not tipping 50% of the bill, if I'm going to a restaurant that I know is owned by some rich person. What about when you go to EMP for vegan? Yeah, no, not at all. So pay $350 I will not Don't they have no tipping and keep Danny Meyer of like the old anywhere. method for that. Anyway, number three. Number three, be clear about food allergies? Uh, yeah. But servers should always ask allergies too, because people are stupid. So you, if you ask them, they'll more they'll be more likely to tell you then if they just have it. Right? Well, and this all I think the ethos behind this is be clear, because restaurants have always had to work on razor thin margins. But like, you don't want to be sending things back. You don't want to be causing a problem when people are short staffed and barely getting by. Right. So be offended about some kitchen. Yeah, no, exactly. And so the next one is use your phone for memories, not calls. With your pictures. Yeah, take take pictures, put them on Instagram, take a phone call in the restaurant. I know. I could not believe that this was a new rule of dining. This is always my rule of dining my phone. I take a photo when things come out, but it goes into my pocket or it gets turned over upside down. If I'm ever on my phone. While eating dinner. You can come over and slap me. Yeah, if you're if someone calls you to pick up like, Hey, I'm out to dinner. I'll call you back. And that's it. Yeah, yeah. If I go to a table and they're on the phone, I just leave and then they'll get me when they're off when I'm when they're off the phone. Number five is saving that reservation. Oh my god, I this is something that I am always like, I think my wife gets annoyed with me. Because if I'm going to be 10 minutes late for a reservation, I will call the restaurant and let them know. I am I know I'm a little bit crazy with that. You can give a rest you could be 15 minutes late to a reservation. Yeah, I think that's the that that's the absolute most I think that's totally acceptable after that. It's really not fair. But I mean, obviously, restaurants close earlier now. So if they're closing 10, and you have a 945 reservation or 930 reservation, and you get there at 945 You better get your ordering quick because they're so close. But I think that the first sentence on this slide that food Why put out as restaurants simply can not sustain the financial losses of no shows, particularly right now. I mean, that's something to keep in mind when you make a reservation, especially at a place where you've got limited staff, you've got limited food that people have, you know that they've ordered that the restaurant has ordered to cook for you. Like that's all based on your reservation. So respect the reservation number six patients vacation patients. I agree with that. 100% I mean, I think my first dining experience my first indoor dining experience, Post getting vaccinated definitely took probably 15 to 20% longer than normal and I was fine with it. I am happy to be out I'm happy to be to be partaking in the economy I'm happy to have people cook for me and serve me. It is a privilege right to be able to go out and do this absolutely. Just I miss it so much. During quarantine I miss going out and like just having a meal night like dreaming about diner breakfast like the idea of someone just like making me eggs and toast in home fries and sausage. Yeah, I mean you know what i like? I love a dirty dark tight bar like yeah, that is that like when I say tight I mean like your shoulder to shoulder with people. Like when people ask me what I want to do after you know getting vaccinated I want to be in a tight bar with like, shoulder to shoulder people that screaming with some drunk next to me about whatever sports is on the TV. You know what I did? Like two three weeks ago. What I took I took over the jukebox and Billy markwest Oh Billy marks that is we could have a whole episode about billion marks. I can you know talk to you about the the sex worker friends that I made there even though they would they would be beginning their shift when I was finishing my shift. I was not a sex worker. I was working at a media company but I would come in at like seven or eight o'clock at night. There'd be the sex workers gearing up for the evening. What a great place that place. Anyway, never said when you when you play music, they talk to you about what you play. Oh, yeah, they're like big like music guy big like all these guys. So did you know for a while they were the only bar in New York that you're allowed to smoke in? Yeah, you told me that I didn't. told my friend that. Yeah, the police had no employees. They just had the two owners. It was Billy and mark. Number seven smaller menus on the order of the day. Totally fine. I feel like that was the trend. Pre COVID. Anyway, yeah. Yeah, I'm, I'm fine with that. I'm always like, Hey, man, give me one of everything on the menu. You know, don't come on. Anyway, sorry, I'm cutting you off my dad. Hey, don't weaponize your online review? Yes, uh, yeah, that's just called being a good human being. I know, I know, I and I also will go as I very rarely have left bad reviews online for restaurants. I, I followed a lot of food writers and food critics who just decided they're going to stop reviewing restaurants, like they'll go out and they'll highlight restaurants, but they're not going to if there isn't something negative to say they're probably not going to do it right now. Because we're in a place where these, you know, these these restaurants, these businesses are trying to survive and you know, do they need someone some idiot writing a one star Yelp review, like is not helpful. I mean, okay, well, one, remember in the beginning of the pandemic, the picture of the fajitas, and it was like, we've been waiting for 20 minutes, she can't eat her fajitas without cheese or something like that. Yeah, something stupid like that. That's how all those people come off as well. Like that's that's the problem with Yelp reviews is that like, you can't trust the person who's writing it to begin with. And if someone didn't get their, you know, their iced tea with enough ice cubes in it, they're going to leave a one star review on Yelp and that one star review is going to be into it's going to be put into the weighted average of the the overall review of the so I never trust any, any of that stuff. We got a one star review on seamless or grubhub. And it was like food was not good. Okay, that was it. Sorry. Alright, number nine. Prove your status. That means if you're asked to show proof of vaccine, do it don't give people a hard time for enforcing regulations. No matter how you feel about whether you should be vaccinated or not. It's the same as like being 18 and going into a bar and being like, why can't I drink? Why can I serve in the army but I can't drink it's not the market. It's not up to the bartender. Yep, it's not That's it. That's it. That's a cut it's it's it's that cut and dry. Number 10. Being kind, keep timeliness and or directness and kindness and communication. Top of Mind. I think the next sentence is recognize the humanity of every worker. That is something that was gone for a long time. Just because you're paying somebody to serve you a meal doesn't make you better than them doesn't mean that you get to not kinds to them. I mean that was always always my rule when I was looking for a partner in life is watch how they treated the waitstaff at a restaurant and if they didn't treat them with like the utmost kindness and respect then they weren't the person for me so anyway those are the 10 new rules as put out by food and wine magazine this week couple well like yesterday they put this out but yeah, I love that Yeah, shout out my friend chef marker CS for putting me on to a really good love marker See? Anyway on friend of the pod Mikey so Mikey pop I'm gonna call you Mikey from now on because it's Mikey pomodoro I never called you Mikey I use called you Mike. You know, I don't like Mikey right? But I can't gotta get used to it. It's a really good name. It's a really good name for the business. But when I introduce myself to be pious might Alright, well, we're transitioning you are no longer for this segment. At least. You are no longer Mike Moran D co host of the nada foodie show you Mikey pomodoro restaurant tour. And I want to hear your story Mikey. pomodoro. Talk about so. I really I find it fascinating. And I'll set you up pandemic hit you. We're not working in restaurants anymore. So you decided you can start making chicken parm kits that you're going to sell. You're going to make chicken farms and and little speakeasies, little pop ups, and sell them to your friends. And then that evolved? So take it from there. Yeah, so it was a couple of things to start to start like I was, I was so bored. I was going I was by myself. I watched all of Netflix. I listened to all of Spotify. I was going out of my fucking mind. I was cooking a lot. And my friend asked me if I would cook dinner for him and his pregnant wife to surprise them. For it was her birthday slash she was pregnant. So I I pay I charged him like 150 bucks with food and everything. And I went and I cooked for them. And that was like the first Mikey pomodoro thing. And then my other friends turned their backyard into the speakeasy bar and they wanted to get chefs. So I came and that's how the chicken parm sliders were born. And then I started selling the chicken parm sliders out of my apartment in Harlem to as a kid, and the chickenpox sliders are not just chicken parm like it's a ground chicken with proprietary blend of herbs and spices and deep fried and then you know layered on with the new middle parm farmed up. So it's not just Potato, potato so it is it is very it's very unique. It's not like you know, not your Italian deli chicken parmesan. I say when you're eating it, you know it's a chicken parm, but it's like no chicken parm we've ever had. All right, there you go. And those got they got rave reviews. You ended up going on to barstool and supply yes and chicken farm. I've done barstool twice. I just catered for them on 421 says like, Hey, guys, what's up? Yeah, pop up. And I did barstool breakfast last December. Nice night. So the morning show. So how did that transition from selling kits to putting together a few menu items and opening up a pop up, I needed to kind of put this into high gear I so pandemic kit, there was no vaccine. I knew restaurants or restaurants aren't going away. Like as nothing's ever actually going to kill restaurants. As a whole, there's always going to be some sort of rest there's always gonna be like a McDonald's or something. So I thought about one was quick service restaurants. I've always been really into them as a business concept. And there really isn't a space for Italian American fast casual, quick service restaurants, there's pizza, but there is no space for that. And then that was probably the vessel that post pandemic restaurants would do the best in because it's mainly food that's like made for travel. for delivery. It's not really like like people will go to Chipotle and like sit down but most people are going to pull their food back to the office. Right so so I wanted to put together a menu that would travel well and still be in that quick service space feel like it would serve as restaurant. So I wrack my brain a little bit I put together a nice menu. I called my friend Marco to come in and do this with me. Because I knew I couldn't do it by myself. You can't one person can't run a restaurant, right? That's impossible. And I don't have any money size like I can't like hire somebody. So I brought him on as my partner and we did the the metro taco pop ups and bar stills every Sunday. Yeah, so so you guys, and I, we might have talked about this on a previous episode, but we did. You basically took over one of your friends, Mexican restaurants. You took it up. You took it over for lunch service. All day, Sunday, all day Sunday. Every Sunday was Super Bowl Sunday where indoor seating wasn't allowed. The second Sunday was Valentine's Day where they just had brought back indoor seating at like 30% or whatever the capacity was. Then the last two Sundays we sold out. Nice, nice. Yeah, I mean, and that's where I got to experience that Mikey pomodoros Chicken sliders and a whole bunch of other stuff. Go through the menu real quick. Yeah, well, like I was gonna say go through the original menu and then how it's evolved. Okay, so the original menu was nine items. It was chicken parm, meatballs. Mmm, string beans, spaghetti. pomodoro. rigatoni. vaca. mozzerella, corrodes suply Mexican chocolate cannolis we added, and I feel like I'm missing one thing. Oh, chicken tutor band aid, which is a grilled chicken piccata sandwich. That's also like a bat that evolved at the next location. Because we're in the Indian restaurant. So we did in the tandoor oven, so is more like a Mediterranean. Slovakia most nice I that's. So that's something that also I've been fascinated with like your first pop up was in the Mexican kitchen. Your second pop up was in an Indian kitchen. No, we were the first pop up forgetting Mexican kitchen. The first pop up was in a gluten free kitchen. Oh wow. couldn't use the deep fryer. We had a big ass heavy bottom pot. We filled with oil and had a thermometer a candy thermometer in the oil to monitor the oil. Yeah, but you're frying for four people. I know. I say that. I mean, you've never been to Christmas Eve at my house. There are 4050 people it's like doing a you know dinner service. Yeah, that's legit. But so so the first one was gluten free. The second one was that's how the Mexican chocolate came in. And the third Yeah, I thought it would be like a cute thing to do like, chocolate cannoli. And they were fire. Nice and yeah. So now now that pop up the pop up was at an Indian restaurant in Manhattan and that ended at the beginning of September and now you're doing smorgasburg for those of you who don't know what smorgasburg is once you explain it, like okay, so smorgasburg is a free outdoor food vending Hall. It's on Saturdays it's at Marsha p Johnson State Park it's it's free to walk around it's not free to eat food but it's absolutely free to enter Yeah, um and there's dozens of vendors just like me all small businesses who are there selling their wares and all the food is pretty good I've had by now because I went once to just like hang out and talk to some people and try some food and then last weekend we get to all the food is very good it's nice being around a lot of people who are like putting everyone's putting out like a good product yeah it's always been a great little you know addition to that neighborhood and Williamsburg and I mean and they've also expanded they've got a business smorgasburg Park on Sundays was like there's also yeah there's there's one in LA though there's one CCD there a Yeah, they're all over it's a brand now. But um, I remember going in the early days when like, I would go to meatball shop and the orange cine brothers were there you know, brothers were never there. They want to talk. I know when I sat down with the two guys two owners of smorgasburg I was just like saying brands was like oh, yeah, like, like the araghchi brothers are super impressive. They're like we've never had them. Wow, like that. Yeah, well there that's a weird man. They're they're super impressive brand. They don't have a single brick and mortar location. Yeah, but they have like permanent locations. There'll be someone differences. Yeah. That's awesome, though. So So what's the menu like at smorgasburg? So we ran a four item menu we did on chicken sliders back to chicken parm sliders, mozzarella and Kuroda and suplee which are rolling style rice balls and mozzarella. crozes and deep fried grilled cheese. Um, and let me last week was a shit show. None of our equipment worked. We did. So we had the fissara Yeah, I saw I saw you do you know he did something about it or what I admire. We didn't have the propane tank or anything, right? So there's a propane guy there. He sold us the propane tank, he sold us the regulator. He sold us the hose. But the hose didn't have the piece to fit into the fryers regulator. It just fit into the actual fryer. And then the machine wasn't regulating the gas. So it turned on and like butane going and everything running great, but we get too hot. And that would turn itself off. Yeah. So it took us a while to figure out what was going on. And what we did was we were batch frying chicken and suply then the broiler that I bought. I just look I look like a nice broiler on Amazon. I good reviews and big and not particularly too expensive. And we get there we open it up. And it's a 220 watt European broiler. So we couldn't use that. So we didn't have like one of the it had like a European figure. Yeah. And Marco's mom and stepdad drove from Sunset Park. And they brought two little Breville toaster ovens. Oh man. So that's actually what we have to rock out with this weekend too. And then we'll have a new brother thing in by next the following weekend. Oh, wow. Yeah. Which is fine. It's okay. Is it Saturday and Sunday? Sunday's Prospect Park that's right so Saturday night doing that you're not doing that so you just do it Saturday so you got Yeah, the amount of work that you have to put in just to do you know one day Saturday it's a lot it's you're essentially opening a restaurant like it but um the guy next to us set up his entire booth by himself in like an hour and he had a bunch of stuff he's like yeah, it just took practice and I'm not between me and Mark I'm not too worried about us like getting it The hardest thing is when I have to parallel park a u haul that's the app some nice well that's the one of the perils of having to run a run a pop up stand or a restaurant in New York not the giant truck Yes. So what's next what's next with for Mikey pomodoro what like if I all of a sudden um, sell one of my NF T's and I've got you know $20 million and I'm going to give you you know half a million dollars or a million dollars what do you want we're gonna we're gonna open a place in the Lower East Side and brand it and do everything we need to do and get the first one going and then hopefully open multiple ones throughout the East damn East Coast into like the South they can help shape right right so what's your what's your Who's your like audience who's your anyone that likes food? But it sounds like with all the fried stuff I feel like you are the Lower East Side is perfect for you. I feel like you're not a late night when you're you know, but well one Yes, absolutely. Well, let me let me back up. There's there's stuff that isn't Friday we had I just meant what I meant by that went out and again, I'm backing up a little bit. The the stuff that from smorgasburg is Yeah, would be awesome. Drunk food, bar food, walking around food. smorgasburg stuff. We're not doing eggplant parm, because you I we don't want to carry like three types of bread. I don't want to carry like a semolina hero on top of everything else. And I don't want to do like an eggplant parm in a tray that you have to like, walk around. Yeah, go leave and sit down and get one. Like there's like, there's a guy who does Thai fried chicken inside of a pineapple. Yeah, like that's awesome. And it's like a whole like, wow, oh my god. And then there's like a Bart. There's one guy that does barbecue. And that's another train where you have to like go and sit down, but it's barbecue. Yeah, I don't think people want I want to try that. By the way. that's a that's a good American barbecue place. No, no, it's called bark barbecue. Yeah, I thought it was them. No. Okay. No. Um, and then like an eggplant parm, I don't know. I can't imagine that being a thing that like gets people to sit down. I'm cracking up because I don't know if you ever saw the movie, the jerk which I think is one of the funniest movies in the world. And when he Steve Martin is in it, and it's like a 70s movie and you know, he's tired. He's working at a carnival and he's like, Yeah we're right over there right next to the pizza in a cup guy and then they're like pizza in a cup because oh yeah that guy's good he put the other pizza in a cup guy out of business but yeah I know that mine yes yes so yeah it's I understand you need you need that walking around food you know yeah cool so that's why we're not going to ask them but we are going to do meatball which is ordered another soup kettle we're gonna do meatballs this weekend too nice. I mean who doesn't love a meatball especially on winter day like like a cold as the weather gets cooler you'll you'll sell more of those. That's awesome. So and so when I sell when so what we're gonna do is we're gonna mint one of these episodes as an audio NFT and our our listeners are going to be part owners of this NF T which we're going to then convert into an NF T of Mikey pomodoro and I'm half joking but now that I say 85 eath that's like oh 85 eath yeah oh my god that's like you know $150,000 so we're we're in cool well I mean so is it this is something like you're you're still a little bit involved in the New York you know you're working jobs to sort of keep things moving during the day Yeah, you got bills to pay but like this is what you want to do you want to open Mikey pomodoro you want open Yeah, I'm not I'm not doing this for fun. Yeah, I'm doing this because I believe in it and I really like I 20 at the point of 2021 January 1 2021. I was like, Okay, this year is not about making money. It's about proving the concept. And I went from in under a year selling chicken parm sliders I have my apartments being a smorgasburg vendor so that's awesome that's good. We haven't even talked about that people will not like your review but he came by I got people's Instagram shout out yeah of course. Well I mean so the like the meatballs actually that's what he had I think that the what that says about you is that you know peep people can feel your passion you know people can feel it they can when you're out there you're promoting it you're you're you know I could feel it on Twitter I haven't eaten chicky POM slider in in seven eight months eight months you know I haven't been to I couldn't go to the pop up in in Manhattan when you had it I just wasn't around the city those days but I'm excited to the town during lunch and I couldn't I didn't I don't live here I don't live here during the summertime you were only here during the summer that Yeah, no I know but um but I but I do like I do feel like I can feel your enthusiasm for everything and Pete wells when I when I read that you could tell that he that felt the enthusiasm to and so every everyone should go check out i mean it's it's it's just it's awesome what you've done everyone needs to go to smorgasburg and check it out to the booty and we're back. I don't know why is it and we're back where I'm where we don't go anywhere and it's just to the listener it's just a quick edit it's not like we have radio I know the old radio show and I called you Mikey you're not Mikey now now you're back to being Mike Moran D So Mike you've got a busy day ahead of you. Um, we were going to a welding store to find the part to put the hose into the regulator. Well as we always end our episodes, I know you've got a busy day so I want to end it wrap it up for like, What are you drinking? What are you going to have as a cocktail tonight to to celebrate your success and in finding the proper coupler for your propane tanks? So I think um, we used to say we're never going to repeat cocktails. Okay, we've got a whole bunch of new pandemic. Yes. Um, so I'm going to repeat a cocktail. Well, I mean, the theme of the pandemic is just repetition. So I'm fine with it. Good. So I'm gonna find a nice talented bartender to meet me in aviation. Oh, my favorite cocktail? Yeah, yeah, absolutely. gin, lemon marish you know, the core literal comme des violet. It is with with America. Good, nourishing, you're chairing it. It's so good. It's acidic. It's bright. It has all the complexities of gin. My absolute favorite things especially like when it's still really fucking hot out, and it shouldn't be like it's really good weather. Good CBH weather. What about you? I? Well, I am I discovered a cocktail. That or a variation on a cocktail last week. So last week. I decided we had a bunch of acorn squash that we got from our farm and I made a corn squash and yoky like fresh acorn squash and I saw that some duck eggs that I had from another farm. So like really fresh and yucky. And then we made a Brazil so it was a combination of like a fall meal. And then grilled pretzel like summertime. It was a pork line stuff with provolone and prosciutto and some spices and things like that. And while I was making all that stuff, I was like, you know, I want something that's sort of fall ish, but something that is also like a little summer ish. And I ended up with I wanted something that was a little bit more Amaro or Omari sort of flavor, Omari is yes, so I ended up with a with a Toronto so do you know what Toronto? Is this spelt like the city? Yes. And it is Oh, no, I don't know it's right. fernet Branca simple syrup and some bit Angostura bitters, right for net simple and historic so it's like a like a little elevated. Yes, it's like an old fashioned we put some fernet in it. But what I did was I instead of using simple syrup, I use a little bit of maple syrup because I thought that would go really well first of all with the squash Second of all, just with the Canadian theme of the drink, and but I wanted since it was it was hot out. I wanted a little bit of a little bit of spiciness to it. So I added some cayenne pepper in there. So it's cayenne pepper and maple maple syrup instead of simple syrup, right, and fernet Branca and because it's Toronto, but it was a little bit spicy. I couldn't decide whether I was going to call it the Drake or the hotline bling or something like that. But that's how the hotline bling that's that's my so that's my new cocktail for that and I'm going to make that tonight. How's the ghost pepper tequila? Honestly, I open it once like once every few months, I take a sip and my lips are burning. You know what I did though, this summer. I just I diluted it down quite a bit. And I made some like, which is more tequila well when I made cocktails, and I diluted it with more tequila when I made cocktails. Like I didn't dilute the actual bottle that you made for me. Yeah, but Oh man, I gotta tell you it is. It is. So for those of you who don't know Mike gave me a ghost pepper. Tequila like a bottle of tequila with a ghost pepper in it that and I left the ghost pepper only so I left the ghost pepper in there for one day and then I was like I tasted it. I was like oh my god, this is like undrinkable. It's so hot. But this is the time of year Maggie I am I am a Calabrian chili pepper Baron right now. And I ordered I ordered the wrong variety from my seed guy in Sicily. So I ordered the little they're tiny tiny little ones are called Satan's kiss peppers or devils kiss. Way too spicy. So what I'm doing is I'm drying them and I've been experimenting with them I made like a little bit of a chili paste a fermented chili paste with some basil and garlic. But with the majority of them I'm just drying them and grinding them so like I'll have this really good crushed red peppers. But my hands I forgot to wear gloves the other day and literally for like three days. I my hands if I go anywhere near my lips, or my tongue or my eyes like putting contact lenses in. I'm crying for a half hour. It's incredible. It's like It's like bear spray like you know the Bear Bear powered pepper spray. me Yeah. So anyway, um, so we're gonna keep trying to do more episodes not a foodie. Now that we both have semi regular schedules, we're gonna find time to do it. Yeah, we're gonna try to do them like once every couple weeks. Thanks for thanks for recording and thanks for listening, everybody and we'll we'll talk to you soon. See you soon. Bye bye Transcribed by https://otter.ai
This episode is a recording of when I preached last year. It was Super Bowl Sunday, February 3, 2020. I hadn't spoken at a church, formally, in years, and I had the opportunity. It was so much fun and made me want to do that process again and again. This message was part of a series our church was doing during a 21 day fast. We were reading the devotional Pursuit (link below), and I chose a topic to develop a message from. It's very specific to the group of people, the context and situation. However, when Jesus' death caused the veil in the temple, separating the Most Holy Place from the rest of the Temple - that is a moment that impacts us all, endlessly. Please enjoy this message and we hope you are drawn in further to the heart of God. Pursuit: 21-Day Prayer and Fasting Devotional by Dave Patterson Desolate Places: Reflections of Hope in Dry Seasons by Maranda Hope Gullett
This episode, recorded on Superbowl Sunday in close physical proximity to the Superbowl, Harvey Aronson focuses on "super centering" using the acronym F.A.C.T.; Freshness, Acceptance, Curiosity, and Tenderness.
I luuuuuv me a good Super Bowl Halftime performance! It's my thang! YES! If you've been listening for a while, I LOVE Super Bowl Halftime performances. And it HIT ME and this show was born! It's the 2021 halftime!! It's June 2021 and it's the BEST part - halftime. Let's enjoy it! The world is beginning to change (even more) and the world (at least where I am) is beginning to open back up after a year and a half of a pandemic and I was feeling a little uneasy about it. And when I realized that it's the BEST part of the game right now...it lightened up so much for me.It's halftime right now...let's ENJOY IT together! KEY SHOW TAKE-AWAYS:How a halfway mark can be a pivotal moment in your life.You are not the same person you were at the beginning of the year. Pivot and change if your annual goals have changed, this is the time! If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. Let's Connect: The Get Up GirlJoanna Vargas on InstagramLive Fully Academy on IG!Joanna Vargas on FacebookTikTok @joannavargasofficialJoin my monthly online academy: LIVE FULLY ACADEMYOperation Underground Railroad – OURRescue.orgLearn more: Dance Your LifeTEXT: BUSINESS to (323) 524-9857 to get on my VIP lift for my next upcoming business coaching group!
Today's Promise: Luke 24:45-46 Happy Easter Weekend! The resurrection of Jesus changed everything. Some call Easter the Super Bowl Sunday of the Christian Church. There is no question it is the most important day in the church calendar. Without Easter, there simply is no Christianity. When Jesus stepped out of grave that first Easter morning, He defeated death and the grave. Because Jesus conquered death, the fear of death was destroyed forever.Because Jesus overcame death, He can offer life to you and me. Because of the resurrection, you don't have to fear death.
Comedians Godfrey and Andre Kim discuss junk food, ethnic restaurants, and Super Bowl Sunday. Plus, the guys discuss the Utah allowing schools to opt out of celebrating Black History Month, a woman suing Gorilla Glue for ruining her hair. Plus, a new documentary about legendary comedian Patrice O’Neal leads Godfrey to reminisce on his greatest memories with Patrice. Real Talk (twice a week!) with Godfrey and Andre Kim, ONLY on In Godfrey We Trust Podcast! Air Date: 02/12/21Support our sponsor! Fans over the age of 21: Visit HempireDirect.com (or CLICK THIS LINK to download the Hempire Direct App: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/hempire-direct/id1535281427?ign-mpt=uo%3D4). Use promo code GASDABS for $5 off your order!New episode available for FREE on iTunes & YouTube every Sunday & Wednesday. Please like, subscribe, and leave a review on iTunes to support the show!Watch In Godfrey We Trust LIVE for FREE every Tuesday & Friday at 10:00pm(ish) EST at GaSDigitalNetwork.com/LIVE.In Godfrey We Trust merchandise is available at PodcastMerch.com/Godfrey!Leave us a message! IGWT Hotline: (914) 984-3308 For full episodes on demand four days sooner than iTunes and YouTube, subscribe to GaSDigitalNetwork.com. Use promo code GODFREY for a 14 Day FREE TRIAL! There, you'll get access to the HD livestream, the live chat, and all episodes On Demand in HD. You'll also have access to all the other amazing podcasts that GaSDigitalNetwork has to offer!If you have a product or service that you'd like to advertise on a GaS Digital Network show, go to GaSDigitalNetwork.com/advertise and use show code GODFREY to let them know we sent you!FOLLOW THE WHOLE SHOW!In Godfrey We TrustInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/godfreypodcast/GodfreyInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/comediangodfrey/Twitter: https://twitter.com/GodfreyComedianAndre KimInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/andrethecomedian/Alex ScarlatoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamalexscar/Twitter: https://twitter.com/iamalexscarMike HarringtonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/themharrington/Twitter: https://twitter.com/themharringtonGaS Digital NetworkInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gasdigital/Twitter: https://twitter.com/gasdigitalSEND US AND EMAIL: InGodfreyWeTrust@gmail.com
Owner of Bravery Brewing in Lancaster, CA Bart Avery comes on the program to discuss the situation that occurred at the brewery on Super Bowl Sunday. An exit interview with someone leaving California reveals some of what is forcing people to leave. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo defended himself against the backlash he is facing for how he handled the nursing home scandal. German prosecutors have charged a 100-year old man for the murder of thousands during WWII as a Nazi.
Today we are warming you up on President's Day with a fun trip report from last week down at Disney's Yacht Club Resort with #ScottyG! We discuss Festival of the Arts, working with very cold and then very warm temperatures in a week, Gideon's cookies and cake, being the parks on Super Bowl Sunday, and much more! We hope you enjoy today's show! Please visit our website at www.beourguestpodcast.com. Thank you so much for your support of our podcast! Also, please follow the show on Twitter@BeOurGuestMike and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/beourguestpodcast. Become a patron of the Be Our Guest Podcast over at www.patreon.com/BeOurGuestPodcast. Thanks to our friends at The Magic For Less Travel for sponsoring today's podcast!
Twenty-five years ago, comedian Chris Rock famously riffed on the divide in the African American community between black people and “N-words.” The latter, he said, would always brag about accomplishing and doing things that were considered by the rest of us as things you’re expected to do; most famously, taking care of your kids.While in 1996, the bit was viewed as a black-on-black joke designed to be that community’s version of acknowledging that all cultures and races have their own version of “white-trash,” it turned out to be sadly prophetic for the entire country and culture writ large.Enter 2021; where we celebrate the most mundane and basic things as actual accomplishments.We brag about 19-year-olds who no longer live at home. We actually hold “graduation ceremonies” for kids segueing from elementary to middle school and middle to high school. Good luck getting a job with either of those diplomas, dipshit.I have friends who own small businesses that have to thank their employees who actually show up on-time for their shifts. After a year of Door-Dashing and Instacarting, we’ve become a nation that celebrates when our orders show up as we asked them to. The RAD show gets emails on a regular basis from people who brag about working 40 hours a week…40 HOURS A WEEK…that’s 2 ½ days of work for a successful person, who, BTW, would never brag about it, for God’s sake. Jesus Jumped Up Christ.Where did this all begin? No one knows for certain, but I’ve got a pretty good idea. For starters, congratulating people for getting pregnant is something that needs to be banished into the ash heap of history. There are 267 babies born every minute on this planet; there is absolutely nothing miraculous or impressive about giving birth; far less impressive is merely getting pregnant, which, if you consider abortion statistics breaks out to about 555 women getting pregnant every minute on Earth. You have literally accomplished absolutely nothing special by getting pregnant. More than 90% of the planet between the ages of 15-44 can do so at any time by merely humping. And if you’re in that unfortunate 10% that can’t, and wants to…sorry for your troubles.For reference, 140 million babies are born worldwide each year, while 75 million abortions are reported, and about the same number are miscarried. Do the math…getting pregnant is almost the most simple, basic thing we do on earth behind breathing. So, congrats on that breath! Way to inhale! HIGH FIVE!!!Yes, yes…I realize that we’re not usually congratulating people on the fact that they were able to become pregnant, but rather on the imminent joyful birth of their endless burden…errr….I mean baby, but you get my point. Or, maybe you don’t.I trace all of this to the 1990’s; a glorious decade to be alive and, apparently, to also plant the seeds of America’s destruction. The economy was booming, America was at peace, and the most important things we had to worry about were making sure we saw Seinfeld, counting our calories from fat, finding SnackWell cookies, debating the emergence of grunge music, preparing for Y2K, and always having a water bottle in our hands. In other words, we quite literally had to make up things to worry about; and boy did we.The 90’s saw the launch of the self-esteem movement in schools across the nation, in which we told children they were special, when they clearly weren’t. This was the decade that saw us begin to give out 7th place trophies, and award kids for merely “attending” school, not thriving at it. We even created “new math,” which quite literally was defined as whatever the kid said was the answer, was deemed to be correct. 2+2=5? Yup! Well done.We even started basing kids’ grades not on subject matter and correct answers, but also on politeness, honesty, truthfulness, kindness, courage and conviction. Don’t believe me? That line was taken from a 1990 New York Times Article about the emergence of the self-esteem movement; we saw it coming, we knew it was stupid, and we did it anyway, all in an ill-fated effort to coddle our children; who now make up the majority of America’s adult population and cheer the most mundane and asinine things as accomplishments. https://www.nytimes.com/1990/03/28/garden/using-self-esteem-to-fix-society-s-ills.htmlThe oddest thing to me, about this, is the manner in which the very generation that created this mess, mine (Gen X), has also embraced it. Absolutely nothing about the way in which those of us over 40 were raised resembles the way we raised our children. It’s like the entire decade of the 90’s was opposite day…for 3,652 days in a row. Damage done, and, to this day, accepted and even cheered, and then not. I have endless friends in their 40’s who complain about the “younger generations,” and how entitled and lazy they are. These same friends have their adult children, in their mid-20’s, living at home with them, jobless, and “finding themselves.” HUH?News Flash: You are not special. As the movie “The Incredibles,” taught us: When you say that everyone is special, you are simultaneously saying that no one is. If we’re all winners, then there are no losers, which is why we also stopped keeping score at youth sporting events three decades ago. WE did…the kids didn’t…but we still found a way to beat out of them over time the idea that winning mattered. And what kid wouldn’t embrace that? Telling a kid that he or she matters, is special, and is important, even when they are failing at everything they try, is a child’s dream…and the ticket to modern day America; where everything that everyone does matters and is important. It doesn’t, and it isn’t. And saying that is now considered verbal abuse.I blame Johnny Carson. Google him.Johnny Carson is as close as I ever got to having an idol. I was actually taught to believe in myself and no one else and to aspire to be better than anyone or everyone I came across. It was a terrible time in which I was raised. I was led to believe that I would have to rely on myself for my entire life, and that, while I would encounter helpful people along the way, only I was in control of my destiny. I was made to own my choices and accept the consequences that came from them without making excuses. It was awful. Self-reliance and personal responsibility were actually a thing then. The agony.Johnny Carson hosted The Tonight Show until May of 1992, when he retired and Jay Leno took over. And so, began the end of society as we knew it. The emergence of everyone and everything mattering began.Don’t believe me? Don’t see the connection? Watch some clips of Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show, specifically his opening monologue each night, and then watch the comedy shows of today; Real Time with Bill Maher, the Late Show, the Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel, all of them…and notice this: Every single joke that today’s performers tell is applauded. Carson’s almost never were.Johnny Carson was one of the greatest entertainers of all-time, and he almost never got ovations; because our standards were high, and so were his. Many of Carson’s greatest moments were when his jokes DIDN’T land and he made fun of himself. When Carson told a great joke, people laughed…and then waited for him to make them laugh again, which he did. Because that was the job. Make us laugh and laugh and laugh until you’re done.Today, every single punch line is followed by a round of applause, no matter how lame the joke. Even bad jokes are applauded, just by fewer people. Watching Bill Maher is particularly painful because when he hits a punch-line, the first thing he does is look around for approval, hoping to see everyone he makes eye-contact with slapping their hands together because, I mean, hey, he’s standing there saying stuff and that makes him special.So, yes…Johnny Carson is to blame, because he retired…and then died, just like our demand for actual effort and quality. Stay with the theme and compare…In the 90’s, the dominant sit-coms were Seinfeld, Friends and Frasier. A decade later, it was Scrubs, Everybody Loves Raymond, and Two and Half Men. Need I say more? The sports world mirrors this as well…somehow, people actually have the audacity to posit that Lebron James belongs in the G.O.A.T. discussion…he doesn’t. It’s not even close…he isn’t in the top 5, and barely warrants a discussion of being in the top 10, but because he’s woke, and the best the game has to offer today, he absolutely must be one of the greatest of all time because it’s our time, and only we matter, those who are here now. Michael Jordan? Pfffttt…what is he? Like 60? Pllleeeeaaassseeee. No one over 50 allowed.We saw this Super Bowl Sunday as well; as endless amounts of hyperbolic praise was heaped upon man-child Patrick Mahomes. Jim Nantz, one of the best sports announcers alive, who had one of his worst days on that Sunday, actually started the game by saying that two of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time were facing off. Pardon me? Patrick Mahomes and his one Super Bowl Championship and two appearances is already one of the G.O.A.T.’s? On what planet? In what reality?Stop it…everyone just stop it. You didn’t accomplish anything by waking up today, or getting dressed, or showing up on time, or feeding your kids, or anything else that falls under the heading of the “bare minimum required for lifing the day.” Praising people for existing is what got us into this mess and it needs to stop. Bragging about someone who hasn’t gone to jail, beaten their spouse, or declared bankruptcy is akin to thanking Hitler for only killing 5 million Jews.YES…I played the Hitler card. Because we’re committing our own form of societal genocide, except in our case it doesn’t discriminate. We’re destroying the entire fabric of everything that was once the American society and culture.And now that I’ve finished doing my expected and assigned weekly column, I will await my parade and endless cheers for doing exactly what I was supposed to do. All hail me, for I have done my job, and nothing more.
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Comedians Chrissie Mayr & Dave Temple join Big Jay Oakerson, Luis J. Gomez, & Dave Smith for the Closing Ceremonies of the 2021 Wintern Olympics. The interns run the 101 Sandwich Dash as the guys discuss bare knuckle boxing, the Super Bowl halftime show, Amy Schumer’s mayonnaise commercial, and more! Plus, the interns skate around explaining the racial side of the podcast to Dave Temple, and a final winner is awarded his trophy. All This and More, ONLY on The Most Offensive Podcast on Earth, The LEGION OF SKANKS!!! Air Date: 02/08/21 Support our sponsors! Fans over the age of 21, go to YoKratom.com – home of the $60 kilo! Fans over the age of 21: Visit HempireDirect.com (or CLICK THIS LINK to download the Hempire Direct App: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/hempire-direct/id1535281427?ign-mpt=uo%3D4). Use promo code GASDABS for $5 off your order!Legion of Skanks merchandise is available at PodcastMerch.com/LOS!You can watch Legion of Skanks LIVE for FREE every Monday & Friday at 8:00pm EST at GaSDigitalNetwork.com/live.Once you're there, sign up to GaSDigitalNetwork.com with promo code LOS to receive a 14 day FREE TRIAL with access to our entire catalog of archived episodes! Including over 350 video episodes and over 500 audio episodes that have ever been recorded! On top of that, you'll also have the same access to ALL the other shows that GaS Digital Network has to offer!FOLLOW THE WHOLE SHOW ON SOCIAL MEDIA!Legion of SkanksInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/legionofskanks/Twitter: https://twitter.com/LegionOfSkanksBig Jay OakersonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/bigjayoakerson/Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigjayoakersonLuis J. GomezInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gomezcomedy/Twitter: https://twitter.com/luisjgomezDave SmithInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/theproblemdavesmith/Twitter: https://twitter.com/comicdavesmithChrissie MayrInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrissiemayrTwitter: https://twitter.com/ChrissieMayrDave TempleInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/imdavetempleTwitter: https://twitter.com/ImDaveTempleGaS Digital NetworkInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gasdigitalTwitter: https://twitter.com/gasdigital
It's finally Thursday, (Rivers!) as we continue to thrive on the Jordy Culotta Show. We have LSU Digital Media savant Cody Worsham in the Undisclosed Location to recap the Tigers' catching a heater in StarkVegas with a 94-80 win. Then, we turn from the Hump to the Bump as Cody got a sneak preview of the LSU Baseball team. And, he reveals the launch of his new podcast with LSU entitled "Tigers Win". (30:00 - 1:00.00) Then, we catch up with Megan Makin' Money to talk gambling. We see if the juice was worth the squeeze on Super Bowl Sunday, and where the degenerates turn to next with football off the docket. 1:05.00 - 1:17.00) Finally, we wrap up with the Athletics Director of Southern University, Mr. Roman Banks. He delves into how he navigates the Jaguars' season through the never-ending pandemic, which includes the future of the Bayou Classic (1:35.00 - 1:55.00) Arrivederci!
RIP Larry Flynt, drunk Tom Brady, Mark Cuban's anthem fight, Sarah Silverman apologizes for old jokes, The Boss' DUI, Hogg v. Parkland, Cracker Barrel, and Gary Graff joins us to talk Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominations.Britney Spears Watch: Britney is ready to be a normal person, Sarah Silverman is getting in trouble for a 2007 stand-up routine and K-Fed is totally cool with Jamie Spears.Gary Graff joins the show to discuss the passing of Mary Wilson and break down the 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees.Bruce Springsteen got a DUI... MONTHS ago. Jeep had to pull their 'meet in the middle' commercial.There are some substantial Rock & Roll Hall of Fame snubs.A 63-year-old thought she was hooking up with Bruno Mars. She got catfished and drained of $100,000.How did the Weeknd's Super Bowl Halftime Show go? The AP sums it up with: YAWN!!! Katy Perry is making the rounds to promote American Idol and Claudia Conway.RIP to a true free speech fighter and advocate: Larry Flynt.Mark Cuban and the NBA argue about the Dallas Mavericks playing the National Anthem.Chad Wheeler blames his bi-polar disorder for nearly beating his fiancé to death.The Super Bowl ratings seem surprisingly off this year.RIP Marty Schottenheimer. OJ had a great eulogy for the former NFL head coach that ended up really being about The Juice.Parkland survivors aren't too thrilled about David Hogg's pillow venture or capitalism in general.Tom Brady got WASTED during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers parade. And no, Tom did not say the n-word on Super Bowl Sunday.Drew finally got around to the end of The Bachelor. Thankfully we get introduced to the world's softest band: Temecula Road.Trudi demands to see the Jeff Probst nude photos.David Crosby has a hot take about Phoebe Bridgers.Dr. Dre's divorce keeps getting nastier.A polar bear murdered another polar bear at the Detroit Zoo, but he won't be put down because he just became a father. Marc is not allowed to comment or see their social media.Aunt Jemima is now the Pearl Milling Company.Cracker Barrel doesn't have racist roots even though Twitter really wanted that to be true.A police officer found the perfect loophole to get folks from live streaming him... play Sublime.Rick Beato is super mad at The Cars.Selfie businesses are on the rise... and are also a thing that exists.GM employees get $9,000 in profit sharing and you don't.Plymouth-Canton has some seriously woke students and are sick of their mascot.BranDon and Aaron Epstein both hate their internet connections.Enjoy our final conversation with Larry Flynt!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
This is the Jalen & Jacoby podcast-exclusive hour, coming to you every Tuesday and Thursday. The guys discuss what they cooked on Super Bowl Sunday, how the game was won upfront, settling in to exclusively watch the NBA, Jamal Murray’s inconsistency and Bradley Beal-to-Denver scenarios. Then, they talk about a woman who used Gorilla Glue as hairspray, Offset losing a Bentley he rented, Future’s $48k sandals and Jacoby’s Super Bowl bets floundering. Later, there’s conflict between J&J and they listen to your voicemails.
This is the Jalen & Jacoby podcast-exclusive hour, coming to you every Tuesday and Thursday. The guys discuss what they cooked on Super Bowl Sunday, how the game was won upfront, settling in to exclusively watch the NBA, Jamal Murray’s inconsistency and Bradley Beal-to-Denver scenarios. Then, they talk about a woman who used Gorilla Glue as hairspray, Offset losing a Bentley he rented, Future’s $48k sandals and Jacoby’s Super Bowl bets floundering. Later, there’s conflict between J&J and they listen to your voicemails.
(00:16) Felger and Massarotti were joined by Greg Bedard, of BostonSportsJournal.com, and they opened the show discussing Tom Brady’s impact on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. (22:57) The guys went on to give their 3 Up-3 Down from Super Bowl Sunday. (30:35) Mike, Tony, and Greg talked about how the Brady Super Bowl win could impact the New England Patriots. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Deuce and Mo kick off a Truth or Trash edition hitting these topics: zero doubt that Fox is an All-Star (3:10), the play of Harrison Barnes has been the biggest surprise of Kings season (6:10), Kings fans need to calm down, we've seen this team have nice stretches before and let us down (15:50), Tom Brady has cemented himself as the GOAT of all GOATs (36:43), Brady's win proves the 49ers should have signed him (43:01), the best part of Super Bowl Sunday was halftime performance (46:30), the 49ers should be on the phone with the Eagles talking about Wentz (49:25), the NBA needs to address the lame "lean-in" foul (55:10). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Soup Gang discusses the recently released Falcon & The Winter Soldier trailer that dropped during Super Bowl Sunday! Plus, Coming 2 America also has a new trailer & Keanu Reeves has been offered the role of Kraven in the MCU!TOPICS!06:34 - Falcon & the Winter Solider Trailer14:49 - Coming 2 America Trailer19:21 - Keanu Reeves Offered Role of Kraven in Spider-Verse23:34 - Michael B. Jordan’s ‘Without Remorse’ Coming to Amazon Prime on April 30th27:31 - Ramin Djawadi Returns of The House of the Dragon33:43 - Fan Questions!FOLLOW US ON TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & FACEBOOK!TWITTER! - twitter.com/NerdSoupAaron Twitter: @nerdsoupmonkeyBeau Twitter: @beausoupTeddy Twitter: @TeddyNerdSoupNash Twitter: @AnthonyJQNashMarissa Twitter: @purplegirlnsINSTAGRAM - www.instagram.com/nerdsoup4u/FACEBOOK! - www.facebook.com/NerdSoup4u/)Visit our Patreon page here - patreon.com/nerdsoup
Yes, we were live for nearly 10 hours on Super Bowl Sunday, but even amidst all that streaming, there were things we didn't get the chance to discuss regarding the Bucs dominant performance over the Chiefs. That's what the Pick Six Superfriends are here to do on this day-after edition of Pick Six. Will Brinson, Ryan Wilson and John Breech offer a deeper dive on Super Bowl LV. They focus on the defining moments of the game with a focus on the sequence of events before halftime. The game plans of Eric Beinemy and Todd Bowles are also examined as there was a clear-cut winner in that matchup of minds. Is Rob Gronkowski vs. Travis Kelce now settled? Gronk's performance may prevent Kelce from ever claiming "best tight end of all time" status. Breech sneaks in some punting talk before the guys make an effort to figure out where Tampa Bay vs. Kansas City will rank in Super Bowl history. 'Pick Six' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. You can listen to Pick Six on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast." Follow the Pick Six team on Twitter: @picksixpod, @willbrinson, @ryanwilsonCBS, @johnbreech, @E_DeBerardinis Visit the Pick Six YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/picksix Check out the Pick Six Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/picksixpod/?hl=en Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/758548147935545/ For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We made it through Super Bowl Sunday and now it's . . . Impeachment Monday. With the impeachment "game" getting ready to kick off in the US Senate on Tuesday, here is an impeachment pre-game show discussing why an impeachment "trial" really isn't a trial in any sense of that word. Also, we cover the tactical arguments we're likely to hear from the Democrats as well as from the Republicans. And then we take on the ridiculousness of some of what Rand Paul has been trying to sell about how the Dems incited violence during the BLM protests (highlighting the fact that Paul really should stick to ophthalmology and steer clear of lawyering). Please consider becoming a #TeamJustice patron at: https://www.patreon.com/glennkirschnerMy podcast, "Justice Matters with Glenn Kirschner" can be downloaded where you get your podcasts.Follow me on:Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/glennkirschner2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/glennkirschner2Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/glennkirschner2Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/glennkirschner)
In Episode 258, Josh recaps a stellar Super Bowl Sunday for contrarian bettors. Plus, a look at the top Monday line moves for College Hoops, NBA and NHL. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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A whole lot of narratives got turned sideways on Super Bowl Sunday, as the Bucs outclassed the Chiefs in Super Bowl LV. Conor and Gary, being the pessimists they are, start with what went wrong. Andy Reid had two weeks to prepare and knew he'd be doing so without his starting tackles. Yet, K.C. did nothing to help their O-line out against a dominant Bucs pass rush, leaving Patrick Mahomes to get absolutely battered. Give a ton of credit to Todd Bowles, who had a formula that worked. Tampa's front four took over the game, and the back end more than held its own against K.C.'s game-breaking receiving options. We also look ahead to the offseasons for both teams. The Bucs have to make decisions on a number of free agents, most notably Chris Godwin and Shaq Barrett. Barrett is in line to set the market for pass rushers, while Godwin could end up the odd man out among Tampa's receivers. As for the Chiefs, how worried should they be about an ugly performance in Super Bowl LV? Plus, Michael Fabiano stops by to talk 2021 outlook for Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Leonard Fournette and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this hour of Follow The Money, Mitch Moss and Pauly Howard recap an eventful Super Bowl Sunday. They are joined by Chris Andrews and Derek Stevens who unfold the status of their books after the Super Bowl. Hosts: Mitch Moss Pauly Howard Guests: Chris Andrews Derek Stevens Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Miami eliminated the Knicks on Super Bowl Sunday for their second-straight win, and I talked about the impact of Jimmy Butler's leadership, Kendrick Nunn and Tyler Herro thriving in new roles, the potential weakness at power forward and if there are options to fix the problem. Lots of listener questions and the answers you need to get you ready for Miami's push to .500! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! cbdMd Visit cbdMD.com to receive 20% OFF your next order when you use the promo code NBA at checkout. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this special Super Bowl Sunday edition of The Battle of Gettysburg Podcast, Eric and Jim decided to put together a Gettysburg Halftime Event for the big game! For an event of this magnitude, they had to select an individual whose legend was equal to this monumental moment... None other than Dan Sickles! In this episode, Eric and Jim delve into the commonly asked question of what Sickles was thinking on July 2, 1863, with his controversial move to the Peach Orchard and the Emmitsburg Road. They discuss Sickles as a person, his thought process, and how he interpreted the fluid events of the morning and early afternoon of July 2 before his fateful decision. This episode might not change your opinion of Sickles the man, but it might cause you to reevaluate the way you look at this critical moment at Gettysburg! The Battle of Gettysburg Podcast is the premier podcast focused on the 1863 Gettysburg Campaign and is hosted by historians and licensed battlefield guides Jim Hessler and Eric Lindblade. If you would like to donate to the show, you can do so via the following: A one-time donation on PayPal at paypal.me/gettysburgpodcast A recurring, monthly donation at www.patreon.com/gettysburgpodcast All donations will offset the show's production costs and allow it to remain a free resource on the Battle of Gettysburg. No matter the amount, all donations are greatly appreciated! You can find The Battle of Gettysburg Podcast on social media at the following: Facebook: The Battle of Gettysburg Podcast Twitter: @gettysburgpod Instagram: @thebattleofgettysburgpodcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Even before the final putt fell in Phoenix, Andy and Brendan chatted on Super Bowl Sunday night to recap the weekend that was at TPC Scottsdale. They begin with Brooks Koepka’s victory, his admission that he was in some “dark places,” and the significance, if any, of this win for his future. They also note the symbolism of how he got lost (by most people, not all) in the shuffle of a weekend that became all about Jordan Spieth. The Golden Child is obviously the next subject of their chat. They review that magical Saturday, the two-way-miss Sunday, and if he’s “back” and what that even means. Xander’s sloppy final round is also scrutinized. DJ’s victory is praised at the Saudi International, an event that lacks both character and any real juice. They close with some comments from JT on gambling concerns and some balance sheet data that might rebut the comments from both JT and Rory on the distance report last week.
In the middle hour of a special Super Bowl edition of Green Zone, hosts Brady Kannon, Wes Reynolds and Matt Youmans continue to break down every betting angle for this evening's Super Bowl matchup, including welcoming in legendary bookmaker Jimmy Vaccaro to break down the betting handle at South Point. Mike Piranio, director of Race and Sports at Mandalay Bay, joins live from Mandalay Bay to close out the hour. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
After a slow start, during which they could not guard the 3, the Miami Heat got it together and beat the New York Knicks on Super Bowl Sunday. Ethan Skolnick and Greg Sylvander discuss Kendrick Nunn and Tyler Herro back in old roles, plus Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo and the late game execution. Sponsored by MyBookie.ag (FIVEONTHEFLOOR), PrizePicks.com (five) and the Seltzer Mayberg law firm.
On this week's "Face the Nation ," Americans want answers about the COVID-19 vaccine and financial relief, as the debate continues in Washington. Moderator Margaret Brennan hears from Republican Senator Lindsay Graham, newly confirmed Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, and the WHO'S Maria Van Kerkhove. Plus, a Super Bowl Sunday like no other, we hear from CBS News Special correspondent and "NFL Today host, James Brown, about the challenges the NFL faced leading up to Super Bowl LV (55.)
We recorded this on Super Bowl Sunday, but we do not know who wins. We assume the Illini. This week, we have two new movies. The John David Washington-Zendaya romantic drama "Malcolm and Marie," and then the Rodney Ascher documentary "A Glitch in the Matrix." Then, a Reboot: Robert Redford's Oscar-winning drama "Ordinary People." It is not "Raging Bull." Timestamps: 17:14 "Malcolm and Marie" 48:23 "A Glitch in the Matrix" 1:07:36 "Ordinary People" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which are wonderful, for the music. We hope you enjoy. Let us know what you think @griersonleitch on Twitter, or email@example.com. As always, give us a review on iTunes with the name of a movie you'd like us to review, and we'll discuss it on a later podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's finally upon us! Super Bowl 55 is tonight so let's get prepared for Chiefs-Bucs the right way. Jonathan Coachman is joined by R.J. White and "The Maestro" Larry Hartstein to give out their favorite picks, bets and props for Super Bowl Sunday. Use promo code ‘EDGE’ when signing up for a new account at SportsLine.com to get your first 30 days FREE! — ‘Early ‘Edge is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Enable push notifications so you always know when the latest episode is available! Every episode is also available on YouTube, go to youtube.com/channel/UCZmtXolnY7-z9HLiBESjkyQ EVERY PICK BY LARRY HARTSTEIN: https://www.sportsline.com/experts/13773/larry-hartstein/ EVERY PICK BY R.J. WHITE: https://www.sportsline.com/experts/14890/rj-white/ Follow @SportsLine on Twitter and Instagram Follow our crew on Twitter: @TheCoachrules, @LarryHartstein and @jacob_hallex You can listen to Early Edge on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Early Edge podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Early Edge podcast." For more betting picks and analysis, visit SportsLine.com To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit CBSSports.com/podcasts/
Ready for the game? How about a few player props on this Super Bowl Sunday? Jamey has you covered with some of his favorites and we also react to the recent Carson Wentz trade rumors. You can also download and subscribe to the full-length Fantasy Football Today podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fantasy-football-today-podcast/id261735167 Follow our FFT team on Twitter: @FFToday, @AdamAizer, @JameyEisenberg, @daverichard, @heathcummingssr, @ctowerscbs, @BenSchragg You can listen to Fantasy Football Today in 5 on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today in 5 podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today in 5 podcast." Watch FFT on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCviK78rIWXhZdFzJ1Woi7Fg/videos Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FantasyFootballToday/ Sign up for the FFT newsletter https://www.cbssports.com/newsletter To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Josh Lloyd looks at Superbowl Sunday's NBA Games and highlights the things he is watching for across the league. The Locked On Fantasy Basketball Podcast is brought to you by Basketball Monster. Join the Discord here Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! cbdMd Visit cbdMD.com to receive 20% OFF your next order when you use the promo code NBA at checkout. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Intro Music by Ben Lloyd Instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's the SUPER BOWL! We have made it to the big daddy. Matt Perrault has given away 8 plays already on the big game today but he has a bunch of other fun bets to get rolling on for Sunday. 2 NHL, 1 CBB and 1 NBA bet to tell you about specifically. Find out the plays on the Sunday morning edition of the Daily Juice Podcast presented by BetMGM.
Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest sporting -- and betting -- event of the year. Despite the pandemic, bookkeepers are expecting wagers worth more than $4 billion this year. Since its expansion outside Nevada in 2018, the legal betting industry has ballooned, with New Jersey emerging as the biggest market in the country. Hari Sreenivasan reports on why, the odds are, the industry will keep growing. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
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Wes Reynolds and Matt Youmans talk to Mike Palm and Derek Stevens at the D about what they are expecting on Super Bowl Sunday and look at the Thursday college basketball and NBA card. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Super Bowl Sunday offers a seemingly endless buffet of betting options, stretching as far as the eye can see. So don't just fill up on salad! Chris Raybon and Stuckey return to help gamblers fill their plates with some of the very best props and exotics, plus winning live strategies to help you navigate and dominate the game from start to finish. Together the guys make eight of their favorite prop bets in our Super Bowl Six Pack segment, and offer a complete breakdown of MVP and 1st Touchdown candidates. So much to love, in celebrate of an NFL season like no other! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Pack hoops swept UNLV, again (6:00). Nevada hosts first-place Boise State Friday and Sunday — three things to know, biggest concerns, and predictions (18:46). For slants, the Shoup brothers give bets of the weekend for Super Bowl Sunday with Paramount Sports Founder Lee Sterling (32:39), debate Nevada's most improved sophomore (59:42), and provide a behind the scenes of #FreeTheRenoSlant (1:02:54). To stay current everything on The Reno Slant, follow the brothers on Twitter and Instagram, and online at TheRenoSlant.com.
A bittersweet episode this week, as we say goodbye to a beloved member of the Action Network Podcast family, but before we shed any tears Jason Sobel and Peter Jennings preview the Waste Management Phoenix Open, the traditional tune-up before the craziness of Super Bowl Sunday. This week the guys go through cross-sport props, build their DFS lineup and give their favorite outrights in the desert. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Aqib Talib on knowing when to walk away, competing in the broadcast booth, who he has on Super Bowl Sunday, the yellow blazer, one-and-done suits, Steve Smith, and more. Amazing convo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 157 of The WW Bro Podcast, this week Anthony is joined by Laura (IG: @crunchesbeforebrunches), they talk everything from pandemic life, finding a balance with WW, finding your support system, Super Bowl Sunday, and more!! Join The WW Bro Podcast Group on Facebook at www.facebook.com/wwbropodcast Become a Patreon WW Bro Podcast Member at www.patreon.com/wwbropodcast Instagram: @ComicAnthonyD @WWBroPodcast Please 5 start rate and review us on iTunes!! Disclaimer: This is not an official WW group or podcast!! Thank you, Anthony DiDomenico @ComicAnthonyD www.anthonydlive.com #WW #MyWW #WeightWatchers #ThisIsMyWW #WWBros #WWFamily #Comedian#AnthonyDiDomenico #WeightLossJourney #WWStrong #IAmAWeightWatcher #TeamNoExcuses #PPW#ProvePeopleWrong #WWFreeStyle #WWBroPodcast #GuysOnWeightWatchers #WWGood #WWInstagram #WWInstaFamily#WeAreWW #IAmWW #WellnessWins #WellnessThatWorks #WWForEveryBody #WWLifestyle #Macros #KeepMovingForward #WeightWatchersReimagined #OnTrackForEvan