Listen: John Hanke, Trevor Trent, Orlando discussed on Dear Hank & John
"No. And Tra warm it console tra- bar with. So apparently, this is the kingdom of tree and everything is named after tree. It's like when family has like six kids and all start with TRE. It's like, yeah. Trevor and Trent and the rest of them, right? So regatta entr alarm and Trump Trevor Trent true Armant. Got to be the third child in a family that all names their kids after like real specific sounds because then you've got to get real obscure. Yeah. And then you end up with tinted gel in the family. John, please, let's have a deer Hanke John gathering at the olive garden intend to chill. I to say that I have no interest in going to all garden in the United Kingdom would be dramatic. I can't even bring myself to go to the olive garden that's a quarter mile from my house. But as I was saying the point I was trying to make sometimes you just have to many people. And so you just like. Sometimes it's just arbitrary, and it's not about you. But here's what I would say is if you're coming back, and you're going to reintegrate with an old friend group, and you want to hang out with your friends. Maybe the best way to do that is to reach to one of them. Specifically and say, hey, I want to hang out just the two of us. And then that person will become your your spokesperson, the friend group potential. I think that's a little bit conniving. I think that you could just text with your friends and say I want to hang out and not not necessarily specify that. It's just the two of us. But just by saying I wanna hang out. It helps to know though. Yeah. Yeah. I wanna hang out with you too. I miss you. And and try to take the initiative, and that is something that in general with friendships and with like social. Existence that it when you are young when you're like high school age, it's almost like no one ever does that like the the social experiences just happened somehow. But then once you're once you get into your twenties you have to like make it happen. You have to work for it in order to get people together and have a good time. And it doesn't feel as natural. But it is important. Yeah. It's good practice for the future. Anyway, I don't think that you should take this super personally, I know that that's hard rang tickly. But it's one of those situations that ninety nine percent of the time. It's not about you. Yep. Of course, one percent of the time. It is you olive garden was founded Italy. I'm just going to say Italy in Orlando, Florida. Of course, it was we when we were two and five respectively like just after you and. Lando. I garden with founded I'm older than all garden, you're older than garden. Congratulations. I definitely feel like olive garden has existed my whole life. But I guess that's because it started in Orlando the same place I started. All right. If we have another question, this comes from nNcholas rights, John Hanke, a computer science student and soon the time will come for me to decide what part of my field to focus on obviously the coolest part of computers right now is artificial intelligence. But I'm worried about how this will impact my status in the coming robot apocalypse following the takeover from our mechanical overlords. Do you think the robot people will have a sort of religious reverence and respect for me as a kind of life giving entity or do you think the robots will vilify me for dragging them into this world, any guidance for my future in programming is appreciated trapped in a cage, nNcholas, oh, I had not thought of whether the artificial intelligence will resent us for making them exist in. In this world. Yeah.."