MC: Well, Khari, thanks for being right here and for strolling us via all of this. It’s very heady, so thanks.
KJ: Yeah. Thank you.
MC: And thanks for writing these tales, they’re actually nice. Everybody ought to go to WIRED.com and skim them. We will, in fact, hyperlink to them in the present notes. We’re going to take a break after which we will come again and do our suggestions.
MC: All proper. So we will change gears a bit bit. Khari, that is your first time on the present.
MC: So you’re new to this and we apologize for springing this on you, but at the finish of the present we do suggestions, the place we ask our visitors after which we, as the hosts additionally suggest issues that our listeners could be into. They will be one thing that’s in the WIRED world. Often, there are issues which are outdoors of the WIRED world. So as our visitor, you get to go first. What is your suggestion of a factor that our listeners ought to take a look at?
KJ: I’m going to be trustworthy with you. I obtained fairly deep right into a hoagie on the approach over right here. And it has been some time and we’re not speaking about fancy, no aioli.
MC: Top nod.
KJ: No, I do not suppose so. We’re speaking about lettuce, meat.
LG: Is it turkey?
KJ: There was turkey, it was peppered turkey fundamental. It was fundamental stylish sandwich.
LG: Where did you get it?
KJ: Fred Meyer’s.
MC: Fred Meyer’s. And you say on the approach over right here, you imply strolling down Third Street?
LG: Oh, I wasn’t certain should you meant in your flight this morning, I’m like, “Wow. Sandwiches are back on planes.”
MC: There is a good pleasure in a large sandwich.
KJ: It had been some time. So I’m going to confidently suggest hoagies.
LG: I respect that you simply referred to as out aioli particularly. There was this tweet that went viral earlier this week the place somebody mentioned they actually simply took some mayonnaise and added some taste to it and referred to as it aioli, huh? And everybody’s into it.
KJ: It’s one hundred pc true.
MC: It’s like calling the sauce curry. Right. It simply means you paid an additional greenback for it actually. Also, you selected the phrase hoagie.
LG: Yeah. Let’s speak about this. It’s not a Sub.
KJ: I really feel like that is not a part of my regional dialect as a result of I’m from California, but additionally I like saying hoagie. I’m a wordsmith and I like…
LG: They name it grinder generally on the East Coast.
MC: Nope. I do know they do, but my reply is not any.
LG: Have you ever had a meatball grinder?
MC: No. Grinder. Who eats grinders.