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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

01:31 min | 4 d ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Welcome to the Adam Savage Project I'm Adam I'm norm and I'm Evan Evan narcisse welcome to the podcast. Thank you for having me I. Mean, this is the first time we've talked but like the person we talked on this podcast, right in this way in this way for sure I think the last time I like we'll. Pass each other a bunch like newer, COMECON? Yeah. Yeah. Lunch and like Silicon Valley Comic Con was when you? Joined us the first time that was maybe two or three years ago he. Writing Rights camping. Oh Yeah well I mean if you can't the forever time dime that we're in now it's even longer right. And you are talking to us from the great soon to be Blue State of Texas. One hopes I'm not going to be shy about my politics. Yeah. When we can only hope if global pandemic doesn't turn this state blue man I don't know what will. You know it. So I had how are you doing? Tell tell us how I hear the you've had other in addition to the earth having a rough time. You have also had a rough time recently. Yeah I mean I'm I'm better. I'm well is what I should open by saying but I I definitely broken bone in my body this year this summer. I broke. The federal neck wishes the part of your femur that comes out at an angle and goes into your hip socket no way..

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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

03:31 min | Last week

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Logistics, the product packaging design or you didn't know that you would enjoy that. You liked I think. Yeah. Just seeing the prototyping and seeing the product come together from I mean I I did the first every calendar as the project for tested ray and it was just something I did for myself. Yeah and it had three hundred, sixty, five switches which I try to explore if it would work as a product, but the bomb cost is fucking ridiculous like it would. Be like thousand dollar product because you can't have mechanical switches or three, hundred, sixty, five of anything gets really really expensive So yeah, just seeing it come together and kind of developing the case for it. I, really like I like crafting the message for it in doing all the graphic design for it as well. I mean I always thought of myself as aesthetically challenged but I designed the front board or the front plate of the everyday calendar and. This made me so happy. Yeah the packaging. With A. Yeah and logo and everything, and it was always I was always like waiting to pass it onto a designer and be like, no, I can't do this I need to pass it onto somebody but then I, would just start and sit with it and be like Oh. This is the shot I have I'm the CEO of the company I can do this if I want to. That was really nice and then like seeing people use your product in the wild and use it in ways that you hadn't really expected or. I mean that's just like so fine like seeing photos of calendars in people's homes is everything like that just makes me so happy and so crowd and then all the bits in between but we're pretty painful. I remember when I was starting the bag company. the person who is setting it up with me said, Hey I need you I'm really sorry but we gotta get this out by tomorrow morning I need you to write a privacy policy I I'm sorry I'm asking to do this and I was like, are you kidding waited my whole life to write a privacy policy that I can stand behind? But it is kind of fun to be like, Oh, I guess it's up to me to do this and that's Definitely I mean we were definitely in like scrappy startup mode where the everyday calendar was really small team and everyone had to wear a lot of hats in some that you definitely felt were too big for your head but then you learn and you grow into it and I think that was really really fun of just like getting to try out all the different parts and I mean I feel like that's also the the the privilege that I have running my. Own Businesses in doing youtube. It's kind of like a buffet where you try out different things or like different tasks and different jobs and I'm like, ooh I really liked that one that was fun and then I didn't really like that in that you can find other people to do for you but it's really like I get to try on all the different things and see which parts I actually enjoy like I definitely do not want anything to do with supply chain. I don't even want to touch it with a stick like that will. No no but like prototyping I, definitely want to keep in house and I wanna be the one who says no let's move the button over there. Let's change the colors or yeah fulfillment and tracking is lack of. Yeah hey everyone norm here I want to let you know that this episode of the Adam Savage project is made possible in part with support from you out there are listeners and our new channel members. That's right. We're launching channel memberships on our.

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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

02:45 min | 2 weeks ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"You know in the preliminary research I've done. It is unpacking some new things about my process so. All of those examinations from every place do them from are valuable and all this is to say that the inspiration that you get and that we get for the things we make come from things that we very well conscious of or from the most unlikely of places and this process of fulfilling that inspiration and making things is kind of a self examination to exactly and it's the most important self-examination. It's it's those parts of yourself that. I. Really true in secret that we often don't share with each other because maybe they feel too strange or maybe you don't want to tell your co workers you love ballroom dancing or. Or a Brownie. All of these things are. They make us vulnerable. When we share them, they totally make a small normal and that means vulnerability means you have the opportunity to be hurt. You have the opportunity to be to be taken down a notch and a I I realized while writing every tools, a hammer that and I wanted the book to be a permission slip for people to. To accept those parts of themselves and share them openly and exultant them with others of like minds. That that is really important for us to do to support each other in in our various gays totems as it were. And we hope people will join us on this journey because these kind discussions that we wanna have with our friends with or the makers that we've met and. And so thank you also for subscribing. Absolutely you know it's funny. I was just I was before we recorded this I was talking to a film professional who who's career overlaps with some of the franchises that I'm in love with and we were chatting about costume and. This. Is Not rare but it is always delightful when it happens I found in this film professional someone who? Dove, into the specificity of the perfection of the things that they were making movies with every bit of of of of. Emotion that I bring to any one of my replicas and I have met the Guy I've met you know production designers and model makers who don't give a crap about the franchise that they're working on and they still beautiful things But I'm really interested in the folks that are always like you can't go too deep you. You can't dive too far in sort of unpacking what experience or looking for. Everyone, before we continue on with the show I, want you know that the Adam savage project this week is made possible with support from American giant..

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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

07:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Welcome to the Adam Savage Project I'm Adam and I'm norm. that. That's a slightly different intro. I have never done the intro end. Our words are a little different. Why are words? Different Norm what we're back for? Those of you who kept us in your podcast subscription feeds. Thank you. Thank you for indulging us in our summer break in to make good use of it. Absolutely. We talked about that but we are resuming the podcasts. You know now that it's September we have a lot of stuff to talk about and One of the reasons more is wanted to give the podcast and. We wanted to give it a name. We wanted it to no longer be still untitled, and so it is no longer still untitled. It is now officially the Adam savage project it turns out the name was in there the whole time I, was there the whole time and the question is, what is the Adam savage project? Guy Doesn't the more important thing like the reason we want to come back as I think you had been thinking about podcasts and we do for eight years. Almost four hundred shows at this point, right? Yeah. Yeah, and I think. We fell into a groove of the things we talk about our check ins and with our last episode Asked you out there what you liked about the conversations we had, and we kind of took a look back at no. What we talked about in the early days. People's talk. You know they found that the kind of. Deep Dives and the single topics of making and creativity. They really enjoyed those as well as a mix of the check INS with us. We're GONNA lean heavily into that and you got some inspiration while I. Did I. I thought about. What is the Adam savage product I asked that question to myself directly and I realized Oh, if I have a project in my life, it is. To encourage everyone to find that inspiration in their daily life that that feeds them and gives them a little extra energy. It's the was the subject of my book, every tools a hammer, and it's the subject a lot of what I talk about on tested. That I want to be a permission slip for you know go build with Legos, go make model kits, go make props. All of my hobbies are useless. They're not making anybody healthier. They're they're not fixing big problems with the world, but they are also providing they provide that that that meditative space that allows us to rejuvenate ourselves. That's why I. so value creativity in my life and encourage other people to go find those things that inspired them to make something from nothing. And what I read i. that's the broadest definition of what my lifetime project is and I think it is a great subject for this show and it's a feedback loop. I was going to say it's one of those things where we hear you out there that people who consider themselves makers or just WanNa hang out or you know of all degrees build Lego work on the workshop. Now they find sometimes the things that we talk about inspiring and the things they share with other things that you out there share with us also social media, it fuels us to. The. Loop of inspiration and it's something that when we traveling the country and even the world meet people and you know in the before times meet people in person yeah. It's we find that that that's like a touchstone that we always go back to in our conversations with them well, and I realized looking at the comments from you guys. Talk about what you liked about the podcast is that everything you liked about the podcast vendor over nicely with with the idea of every day inspiration. When we talk about spoiler talking about movies, TV shows or comic books that we're reading. We're talking about them because they hit us somewhere interesting and we want to talk about that. And that to me is like. Once, I understood that my life's mission worked well with title that was already embedded there at seemed just like a very natural extension of what we've been doing and giving it a little more structure and baird the lead a bit little bit because you gave the intro. So for those who've just listening to the audio may not notice will is not here and That's because will who has found great success with his tech pod podcast. Is going to focus on that and and we're kind of opened the door filling Arthur share with irregular a rotation of guests and members of the tested team to talk about these projects and things inspire them. But you know we talk about casting will for well over ten years now a much much longer them out before we even started tested and we're talking on a regular basis but it's kind of amazing that we've been doing this for eight years eight years. It's astounding and yeah will will moves on to different pastures and we're still you know it's all on it occurred all of us at the same time kind of to to shift listen change this a little bit. And so we will be having guests on and we know that we don't do the talking room as a regular show on tested, and it's probably very difficult to do it and think about search. Your library it's how the kind of conversations. So boy and same thing with what we do with the Book Club. So and we know these are things that also work. Well, these conversations work well as audio. So it was another opportunity to merge that. You know this isn't going to be the talking room in that format. We may still in the future you know do those interviews but these are going to be just conversations with folks and because we're all remote, it makes a lot of sense you know a lot of friends around the. World that we want to check in on how what they've been doing and with their time during this lockdown of the past six months and so we'll bring those friends in and on a regular basis almost everyone. Yeah. On a regular basis and because hearing other voices is one of the ways in which we help create real culture and make sure that that we're hearing from from all aspects of our culture. Absolutely you mentioned spoiler cast and we know that's one of the things that people out there love listening to you. So that's not. And we love. Yeah. Yes So it's going to be hopefully on a somewhat of a regular schedule maybe once a month or so we're going to have a third share someone from the team Joey probably to come in with his perspective all. Consuming our our corners of media at all things I. Know you've been watching item things that I've been watching I I really WanNa talk about and yeah, it's things are old new and so those will continue also. It is an exciting time it. It's this summer taking a break from the podcast. This summer was really great for be. Allowed me a lot of time to listen to other podcasts and think about the landscape that this would fit within. I really appreciate that for the past eight years, we created a very unstructured space and that served a specific purpose that felt right at time and spending time thinking about it over the summer adding some structure now feels. Feels better bills like the the the right shift to make..

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Grant Imahara, longtime "MythBusters" co-host, has died at 49

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00:25 sec | 2 months ago

Grant Imahara, longtime "MythBusters" co-host, has died at 49

"An electrical engineer who hosted the popular science show Myth Busters and Netflix White Rabbit Project has died suddenly from a brain following a brain aneurysm. He was 49. Uh, grants, former co host Adam Savage wrote on Twitter. Quote. Working with Grant was so much fun. I'll miss my friend is really

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Grant Imahara, longtime "MythBusters" co-host, has died at 49

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00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Grant Imahara, longtime "MythBusters" co-host, has died at 49

"Star Grant Imahara has died, according to several reports. The great thing about this test is that the characters are superhuman, not supernatural. They're not vampires. They don't use magic. They don't have telekinetic powers costar Adam Savage tweeted that Grant was a truly brilliant engineer artist in performer, but also a generous, easy going and gentle person. Grant Imahara was 49.

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"adam savage" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

02:20 min | 2 months ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Kickass News

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"adam savage" Discussed on Kickass News

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05:15 min | 2 months ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Kickass News

"When Adam savage I began his career building special effects models for films like star. Wars episode two and the Matrix reloaded. He never would have dreamt that he would one day step in front of the camera to host his own hit television series become a leading science communicator and the poster boy for a whole new generation of makers and builders after all he's. He's still just having fun doing what he loves making cool stuff and blowing it up whether it's on his hit discovery channel series, mythbusters or his spinoff for young people, mythbusters junior now the man who makes the impossible possible is stepping up a notch building and testing some of the most over the top contraptions from fiction history in the movies for his. His new series, savage builds and today Adam savage comes on the show to share how you manage to build a working prototype of Marvel's iron man suit how he nearly bankrupt the bay area's most prestigious three D. Printing lab in the process, and what it was like to fly around with tiny jet engine strapped to his arms. He discusses how Oscar winning. Winning director Peter Jackson helped him take to the skies and a real life World War One dogfight why his attempt to recreate one of World War. Two's most monumentally bizarre inventions was less than successful and the importance of asking questions and embracing failure Adam talks about his love of Juggling and magic friendship with famous magician and leading skeptic, the Amazing Randi why? Is that the skeptic community has grown to hostile and how we discovered that Darwinism doesn't make for good television plus his obsession with the Dodo Bird, and why coat hangers or makers best friend coming up with Adam savage in just a moment. Adam savage is the former co host of the Discovery Channel Television Series mythbusters and unchained reaction, and the host of mythbusters junior on the science channel prior to that he was a special effects, designer and fabricator whose model work has appeared in major films, including Star Wars episode two and the Matrix reloaded now Adam. Has a new show called savage builds Adam welcome to the podcast. Thanks for having me well. Adam I've been a fan of mythbusters and a really enjoyed your new show, savage builds, but until I read your resume here. I never knew how many different hats you've worn over here..

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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

07:32 min | 2 months ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Welcome to still entitled the Adam Savage Project. I'm well. I'm Adam and I'm Nora Hello Gentlemen were. As you're listening to this. It's probably June thirtieth, but it's a holiday week for us, so we're actually recording a few days earlier. nells looking at June thirtieth and I was wondering you know. We talk about movies and unrealized. June Thirtieth Z. Twenty fifth anniversary of the release of Apollo Thirteen. Wow here's gone by. Old. Which? The. Earlier this year, it was the. Fiftieth Fortieth, anniversary? Fiftieth Anniversary Will mission actual mission right, and so, but then twenty five years so more time. Technically has passed since. The movie came. In the movie and All right. Yeah. And we're closer to. Jesus and Jesus was to the Pyramids Ya. Look at them here. They were just focusing the spectral energy into their. The thing about the thing about the Apollo thirteen movie for me was it was the first time that I saw like Jurassic Park? Obviously you saw a movie with C., G. and the CG look good it blended, and be could still tell cg right and those shots and apollo thirteen where they had like a rocket zooming by the camera and all that stuff you see, you couldn't tell those weren't. That, those weren't practical shots at I. Couldn't at the time and that was a real. That was a real moment for me also. I loved the story of making the movie became one of the stories about the movie right that they actually filmed for days on the vomit comet. Zero G SCENES HAVE A. It's just. Goes to show that no matter how much you have great designers in great animators and wonderful art directors getting this stuff, right? Nothing equates doing the thing for real in camera. Yeah, and they shot documentary style I. Feel I mean what interesting document, because as a docudrama as a dramatization of something that happened in the collective consciousness consciousness we. conflate the the imagery like we. When we think of the mission, it's hard. Separate the mission now from Tom Hanks and. In those shots of? One the one thing as the missed opportunity. Maybe he was already too old, but a young. Jim level was a ringer for a young heaven concept constant. That's right. He would've yeah pay for others. I mean. It's funny because it's like the right stuff, right at Harrison John Glenn I I've met John Lennon person and I still picture at Harris in right. Think of John Glenn. Hey so as a slight tangent to this apollo thirteen, in addition to the Wonderful Kevin, Bacon and Tom Hanks has bill Paxton the late in the great, and I've been catching a lot of Bill Paxton in movies. Well so obviously I watched aliens twice during the lockdown, but Keep forgetting until I. See it that Bill Paxton is one of the three punks that Arnold Schwarzenegger takes clothing from the beginning of the first toy at the Griffith Observatory at the grip of the surgery, and now the thing that I'm looking forward to watching that I have not watched and I've heard it holds up is near Dart. Kathryn. Bigelow First Film Lance Henriksen. Bill Paxton and Bill Paxton, if I remember correctly does a kind of. A Proto? Jack Nicholson as vampire performance while yeah. I mean it like for all the talk of how wonderfully Christian slater did his version of Jack Nicholson per heathers? This What I've been told is that near dark totally holds kind of curious about that. He. Definitely obviously gone too soon, but what? So. Many roles were so different like when you think of what is what is the iconic Bill Paxton role you think of aliens heated big love and complete polar opposites in twister, right if you talk about the stages of his career I mean it's very few actors. Have that range that then when you think of them you. It's so hard to Jeff Jeff Daniels actor. Category where he can do dumb and Dumber to newsroom, Ryan, newsroom, or or or the hours There's a so I was lucky enough to spend about an hour and a half chatting with. McConnell for years ago. We talk about it after he passed. and. He was delightful, really really funny and sweet, and I wish I could remember what movie he was making at the time because I said, what are you working on? He goes well I. Just worked on this movie and I can't remember who else it goes, but you know what he said. They gave me the best role. They didn't realize, but they gave you the best part in the movie. And? There was a delight in the way. He said it that you could tell he was like. There's a journeyman aspect to it right I show up and if it's great, it's great. If it's not, it's not. It's fine, but while they actually gave me the most fun thing to do in this film, and I'm going to have a great time with it. That's awesome I. Know Yeah. It's. Comic, as we're approaching July now, come CONAN's. They've announced during their con at home. Enough and I'm really looking forward to it. You know the the panels and whatever they're trying. They're trying to recreate a lot of the experience of so many of these conventions are figuring out, and whether or not it's something that became a standardized model. I'm sure whatever they do. This year will be part of the DNA of conventions going forward just as much as the real location events will still exist. But. This is the big one right like this. Is this the one where you know? One hundred thousand people, which who normally be. In San Diego at the end of July. Will, we'll be watching from home well. Everybody's trying to figure this out. We're trying to figure out what silicon as well and. The number of questions is is is. jaw-dropping right because it's not just like. How do you create unique experiences for the fans? But how do you create experiences that feel unique and collected, and also you know these concepts are served by the commerce they represent right. They represent commerce to the vendors to the movie companies, and all of that and. You know everybody. All these different cons signed up to do this year that have canceled and push the next year. They're all going to be trying similar and different things online, and we're all sort of watching each other kind of seeing what works and what takes and what people want, and it's really it ultimately is about how to service the fan experience to do something that feels both unique and collective, so it's not just like you're in some booth in your own house, even though you are. How do we get that that collective experience? The Smart Conventions are also realizing the as you mentioned it's not..

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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

16:04 min | 9 months ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"But not the Little Leagues pissed off at you it is and a what was her first movie lady. Bergen okay so it's still with machines. Teams were hot. She didn't know bombecks partner. Now and longtime collaborator with Noah Baumbach director of marriage story story and many other amazing films. I've been a fan of his since his first movie kicking and screaming. Not the Will Ferrell movie about soccer. Yeah I can hear Chris Chris Eichmann Film. Sorry go ahead I mean it's it's it's tough for dudes talk about little women. It's a fantastic fantastic. I cried at it everyone. Everyone amazing in it I think at the end of the movie kind of sit there and linger and WanNa be with the march is more like like the movie is so loving living. It's an incredibly loving even as it's complicated characters genuinely suffer because of each other and still love each other all oh that extent on luck between sisters mother and daughters friends neighbors so much of it feel. That was the most warm. It was perfect for Christmas movie to watch. Because exuded love and everything no I even in their fights agreed agreed. The performances are across the board incredible. The actress that plays the woman that ends up marrying Laurie. Yes so the mid Somare yes. That's Florence dispute. Florence pugh is going to be a gigantic star. She would've midsummer also fighting with my family. Okay midsummer she was. She was fabulous and that the entire cast of little women is incredible including Bob. Odin Kirker shows up. Tracy Letts also Bob Hodan. Crystal true heartbreaking. Yes so and Timothy Salamat this this decades it. Boy I mean come on really really. I mean he's definitely chemistry with all it. He's surpassing charismatic. Every bit deserved to be the guy because he's incredible when I watched the king. Oh okay that's basically Henry the fifth without the IAMBIC pentameter. Okay really seeing actually great Joel. edgerton place falstaff staff okay. I'm into this one thing when it's interesting little women because it is an adaptation is that it's the way she not only does it non the nearly loan in flashbacks and pairing seen together in ways. That if you read the book logically you don't know I didn't you think of the structurally that structurally that's I think. Part of the magic of this also the way they talk and the way they dress it feels very modern. Yep mm-hmm mm it's the ensemble work of the sisters of the scenes of them in every pairing that there could be when when they're just performing a play together yeah and the the the ways in which they talk specifically to the transactional nature of marriage and romance that has to be considered by women and can be conveniently forgotten by men and the ways in which that can cause harm wittingly and unwittingly unwittingly is. It's a very very amazing meditation. I I really am looking forward to seeing it again and it's probably going to be one of those ones. I go back to more than a few times. Yeah cool I gotta go see it the other one I saw. It's nine hundred seventeen. Can't wait somebody on the same day you see. I little womenfolk focus that makes sense with nineteen seventeen Assem Mendis the last two bond films right He did no he did Casino Royale and no he did not seen around Specter and skype. Sorry yes this is and this is him. Reuniting with Roger Deakins who also DP sky fall and Cohen brothers and it's supposed to be one continuous shot and that is the conceit of piece of filmmaking. Yeah One hour fifty eight minute movie. It tells essentially the two hour adventure of these two soldiers. British soldiers who have a mission to do behind in the no-man's-land start in the trenches world. War One nineteen seventy year in no-man's-land on the British side and they have the end up on another front line to wonder woman. There's like two minutes well geographic last night. It is so he once he won best director at the Golden Globes and the film won best film traumatic. John and I don't necessarily think it's the my favorite film of the year. But if the award is for achievement in filmmaking I think it is well-deserved of that because I will say conceive of being a single shot is distracting at at times because if you know that going in and I'm sure plenty of people go in not knowing even think about it. It's like oh well. Why am I feeling exhaustive feeling lungs and then maybe they realize? Oh Wow this is single. Shot like like Birdman was but if you go in knowing that and you have worked in film or any type of production. You're looking for the cuts right right right looking looking the film and and there are many times where it's completely seamless right. But it's the technical cuts which are amazing technology. They have and like the way they move cameras hammers from a steady cam then to vehicle to them in ways that they can use exactly the performances differences. Sometimes it's tough to have consistency and performance. They do cuts mid conversation. And so you're asking an actor to do a take have a conversation with one other character walking through forest and passing by a tray and the sentence continues right but you can kinda hi it's l.. The energy is lightly. Because they've it's a different take war because they've they've be able to gloss over that with ADR and stuff like that shouldn't you you should but you can even the speaking to enter Adam savage. How tough that this? Yeah this attempt attempt is and they do. There's a trick here and they're like I. It's not a sport. Let's say like not the whole happened. Two hours. There is one cut in the middle all that they achieve with a blackout. Okay as a bomb goes off. I mean so the thing for me watching Birdman. Is it the ten because there was no you wait. You wait for those cuts for the tension Detroit to re release tension in the moment and by the end of that movie. I was so just like my shoulders. Were clenched Bergman. Had the passing of time they would do. He would pan to looking out a window. And you'd have time lapses. A Senate will bring up. Something subbing Walter. Mertes has a theory about editing. And the way he edits from what I understand is he makes a cut and watches the scene with that cut and then he races the cut and chooses the cut again. I watch the scene. And only when he's chosen the same exact cut point Like two or three times that it's the natural place that it's consistent. That's when he chooses that cut and he has the story that we blink in the same reason that dogs shake kind transition from one consciousness moment to the next and that cuts happen on the blink. That cuts happen at a rhythm. Awesome that matches the way in which we blinked to change subjects and to gear shift as it were and so it follows that even if you're not noticing that it's a continuous Louis Shot. That is certain point. You're getting exhausted because mentally you. There's no blinking going on. It's like old Steve Martin comedy or the lab and keeps hammering jokes at you until you're just like Oh. Some of that I think is done very intentional. I mean they had the screenwriter seminars. wrote it with Co Writer. But they he had to keep it. Moving forward has got a momentum. And I I would say ten minutes is them working through through these walking through the trenches and having their conversations and it's exhausting but there's also not a lot going on because it's a different part of frontline soldiers kind of going about their lives and it's like I don't know if I wanNA watch you know the two guys having a fifteen minute conversation. I WANNA get the action but I think it's all intentional. Because by the time the Action Shen you want the quiet moments just like yeah like war is not non stop fighting like people are just some just for days and weeks waiting in the Fox hole for the next engagement and you're never prepared for it and so when suddenly they're being shot at its its punch. Sounds like it's really cool. Sounds like the inverse the thin red line right where it's just a bunch of sitting around talking and then all of a sudden somebody gets shot out of nowhere and then they go back. Well I also saw a film I had been waiting to see I heard was really great. I saw hustlers. Oh Yeah Yeah. I saw the stripper heist movie as as it's been hice gangster gangster movie. What's that gangster? Yeah I will tell you that the word that I got from the Internet was stripper. Heist movie right. It was very much like oceans. Didn't five kind of soderbergh style clever thriller was how the Internet made me believe film would be. I totally disagree with that assessment if it did not that movie what does a casino issue. But it's basically it's enjoyable ish Jennifer Lopez. Oh past amazing. I've been a fan of hers since the beginning. She's phenomenal actress. She does great in it but this movie feels like it was directed by a couple of fifteen year olds. It is twenty eight minutes into the film before you see a woman wearing normal street clothes so slightly less horny than cats they spend at at least forty minutes doing storytelling. It could have been done seriously and five or six minutes and gotten us into the meat of the plot this shift. That really should be the middle will act to kind of turn doesn't happen until almost the end of the movie. It's structurally bizarre. And I'm not saying it's not enjoyable and that the casting isn't great constants. Who is fantastic in it but this dialogue is all over the place and frankly it's just the the the amount of this literally almost real time fifteen minute pole dancing teaching sequence between J.? Lo and her protege. I think that's all I don't think that's tend and be titillating as much as about control and the power. They have like Schumer except that in every scene they seem like parodies of what a fifteen year old thinks strippers lives are like like they all go shopping wearing low cut cleavage dresses and like ha ha laughing pouring champagne on each other and curious whether that's a studio note or talking by a woman like you know I'm only saying my impression of from from my point of view. I just found it kind of shocking that I was thirty minutes into the movie before I'd gotten to someone wearing anything but lingerie. I haven't seen it yet but it'll be very do doing this afternoon. I saw once once upon a time in Hollywood finally. Yeah how did you like it. I I thought it was very cool. All much like ad Astra like looking at Brad Pitt is very. It's very satisfying. I think we all agree he. He looks he looks a little bit older. But wow it's it's like he's Clooney and I'm really high level So but I don't like it feels like a really odd story to do the inglorious bastards treatment on and and like all history thing that happened like I don't understand why I knew I love that Tarantino went and made a movie set in the seventies that he shot like a movie made in the seventies totally with them like I love love. The way was shot. I love the cinematography. I don't think it had to there. Was No reason it had to have anything to do with this Sharon tate. I find it strange. That the idea of the brutality of the Manson Hansen murderers which was subverted for the brutality of the curbing of the Manson murders was all in the vein of a networking opportunity for our main character. That may that made when the credits rolled I was a little pissed off. I mean I look. I can see that as a when he's put it that way. It feels like commentary on Hollywood vapid this certainly but but like it's a commentary on Hollywood vapin this in the seventies not dollywood Vapid Bobcat bitty with fabric in the twenty first century. I I just I like it was really off putting take something that was like two trustworthy inglorious bastards at the end where you know. She murdered the Hitler in all the generals. That's that's kind of a fantasy. Wish fulfilment thing that I think a lot of people would be like man who you're fucking awesome if somebody went through in Meritas in nineteen thirty eight. It's not like people were clambering for that. Yeah I I also I have very very I have a weird taste in my mouth about him making Bruce Lee into a fool and this is a really specific thing it just it. It made me feel strange. I got what he was like. I've read interviews with turn Tino about how he was attempting to establish cliff boosts character and by the way clift booth. One of the greatest names has ever been come up with but it's still that scene made me feel really sad. He seemed like it was especially sad to take somebody who's was very much in the kind of John Wayne Shitty older area era of Hollywood misogynist racist generally the great actor not a great guy and to make him not the not. The Brad Pitt's character in this movie. Was that guy. That's the read I got on this at the beginning. was that in the lead to Capri play by. Leonardo DiCaprio was very much John Way and John Wayne School of Western acting right and and to have him come in or his proxy. Come in and make Bruce Lee seemed like trump was profoundly uncall- totally Zoe Belle. Fantastic amazing wonderful totally amazing and I loved seeing Luke Perry show up in his last movie roll. And I don't know if you read this but Brad Pitt and Leo DiCaprio have done interviews where they talked extensively in multiple interviews about how over the moon they were to meet meet their icon of Cool Luke Perry because they were effectively kids when he was coming up right. He's older than them and they were like He. He was in the early nineties. Man Break is what Louise was. Nineteen Eighty eight or something Ellen. Louise is six ninety nine hundred ninety two. Yeah Nice great right so luke. Perry's right there yeah right. He was super cold so I love that idea and apparently they loved having on sat they loved watching him go and he was great he had had a great time. And I'm sad to lose Luke Perry But I thought that was a really nice CODA as it were was I wanNA see him. I know he's limited number films. He wants to direct. He says that's it. This is the night we'll for the next one is star Trek. I WanNa see him do a horror film. That scene were for Brad Pitt. 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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Welcome to still untitled Adam savage project. I'm well. I'm Adam and I'm norm. We were you were checking my little applause before you went out. Norm was seeking a pre applause. I know that we have talked about the famous Terry Gross Gene Simmons interview from friendship so tough to listen to which is amazing as somebody who's done a lot of interviews. It is painful. Oh it's super painful but also I really appreciate. Terry like at some point. He goes right after and she just you can hear her brain. Go Oh yeah okay. I'm just going to tell the truth and she's like actually kind of a trag like the moment where she's like. Well okay okay. I'M GONNA. I don't go adversarial very often here but I know how to do that. Hey Gene Simmons gave up on the field upon which I grow my Fox you come into my house disrespected insulin's and now I will dismantle you but the other one is the ice tea interview and it's also been memory hold. You can't find it. wow talked talk about this. No it's from a long long long time ago. I mean like maybe the late nineties and she has I st on and she's talking to him and he's super smart right. He's a brilliant creator and also like really really able to talk about the cultural impact and the reasons and the you know I love hearing ice tea talk about his self aware in a way that a lot of music musicians are totally so she goes this. She had to bring that to four says look. I WanNa talk to you about the word bitch in your lyrics because you claim to want to spend your career uplifting young black men but what about young black women at Bitch doesn't necessarily do that and he says well you know and he goes into a linguistic explanation about different cultures et cetera and gives a very reasoned explanation and there's a long pause and at the end Terry goes all right. I'm not buying it and then he laughs and he goes all right well. That's cool. He goes some day someone might call you badge and there's this hawes and and he goes and and you might go you bitch and he'll say come over here baby into the microphone. He goes stop. You'll Cryan and he says you know I love you and again. Pause pause pause and aren't you still my bitch and she goes goes. We'll be right back after this. It's crazy town. She's so good. It's just it's so shocking. I remember like pull leaving. God over being like. Did anyone else hear that so I was actually listening to another. NPR Interview Show Forum with Michael Krasny this morning anyway over and he had George which to Kinda on and a wonderful man and delightful human being you know he was talking about trump and immigration and I mean he's a book coming out. He was talking about internment camps and interment camps his. He's been part of his childhood in three different. Ones is a fascinating interview but like just the mechanics of interviewing someone he's so gregarious and outgoing and is has a million stories and is ready to go that they hit the wall so crasnick hasn't he got the hey we gotta cut in for the for the fundraiser yeah and apparently somebody passed him a note or something that George could see George like what he was in the middle of stories on a roll. He's dead. Stop what I've gotta go. We've got it for the fundraiser short episode. Oh My krasny has the this is so but I feel so bad this is this is such a pleasant moment for you so are amazing George Takei. You can't stop him. I will tell you that when I did Michael Krasny Krasny. Show my wife Forum this forum but it's also available everywhere so my wife actually came to that podcast hot cast because she had taken classroom him. Oh really like twenty four and he remembered that's. That's awesome. fucking totally amazed. I so for what it's worth I really love the one of my favorite. NPR shows I. I remember in the car in the morning at that time for him. Yeah if he does a really really good job of bringing on interesting people he does the thing where he gets people that present all sides of an argument often but he does it without doing the bad thing that you know blake. Mainstream media did for a long time about climate change and vaccines and stuff like that. He doesn't equivocally doesn't equivocate he also. I'll tell you having been interviewed by a couple of times. I've gotten to see Z. Look I'm very aware that people like Krasny. Sometimes don't have a high level of familiarity with the people that they're interviewing you so many people it's not like I think they don't have a twenty percent research staff. It's a IT'S A. It's a fire hose of material. He's got manage and so he wasn't crazy familiar with mythbusters he knew us as local heroes isn't that kind of stuff so I got to see the degree to which his team does great research for him and works with him and how he like even between at breaks or whatever you call it station. ID's he is. It's beautiful to watch that machine operate. We'll write him and and his team are a fantastic unit in terms of taking new information and getting a really substantive interview out of a subject he might not have given and it's recorded life life just unlike unlike terry gross show which is recorded and then edited over a period of days or weeks. He's choose alive so it's a high wire and it's I think it's like I love live interview. It's really exciting and really really anybody. That's and talk about the live. It's live to tape related. It's actually broadcasting oh sorry because the live to taper live and lead to taper effectively the same thing because they record like like Craig Ferguson's show has done that while recorded library yeah they recorded as if they're live and that's always a higher energy then when they're recording knowing knowing they'll add it and I'll tell you that when I first started doing interviews for mythbusters and you do these radio tourists as well as television stuff and the radio tours are like get on the phone at six in the morning turning into twenty five for windows releases and Super Fun. I find them Super Fun. Yes minute by minute. They were scheduled and I it was fascinating that the shows that I had that I always have the most fun doing are the big morning. Zoo shows in markets all over the country because there's like six people in the room. They're all yelling and screaming. You barely have to do any heavy lifting because they have their whole machine doing bits of the worst ones are the ones in which your prerecorded and and the person asking you questions will not be on tape you so it'll be like you'll be like some sound bite new story story on a show so there's there's this one guy in the mid west who every time. I do that show and it's been years but every time I did that. Show it was the same one you'd get in and he go right right. Well okay. If you're ready to start recording you. Go Y- adding us all right so tell me about the show he got at the door. Okay well bringing Ami of the energy. You're bringing and it's just it's it's horrible. It's so hard to so I did. I used to do those for the Fox radio network when windows new windows would come out because I was the windows guy at a magazine and you'd get up at three o'clock in the morning and start talking to people in the east coast and go all the way across the country but there was one. There's one one guy one. There's one station of Tampa. Tampa is largely retirement community. The hosts incentive being like people in their mid twenties. Early Thirties are retiree. Yes yeah and the producer came beforehand and she was like hey just see now. This is gene and Jeff. Just just no gene is a woman but her voice is very deep and I said okay got it and I'm starting to talk and I was like this can't possibly be gene can it. This is got to be Jeff and I took my wings and I flew right up to the sign and I called her Jeff. Oh No actually this is Jean and I felt about small and then you know thirty the second between that one and the next one to get going on your rand. There's a guy sleeping behind his tesla steering wheel yeah it was it was just like you. Just you just see you see it coming at. You and you're like all man. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa Swing for the fences on this one. I gotta go for it so yeah sometimes have angles. They're going for the whole interview. These want to ask one question or the one thing and yeah there's that and then there's the morning zoo shows do tend to read down to the about the myth about my ex wife aw humor humor hasn't changed for some of these shows that more cowboy well. How are you guys. I was actually in Tennessee last week couple of everyone that I went to high school with and still lives there. Let me know you went to two on on Jay. Leno said I can't believe that there's a place called Johnson City Johnson and Johnson city. I flew into the TRI cities airports in the beautiful in toothless regional airport and I yeah I had a lovely week and I finished it off by talking to our friends over at Boston Dynamics Hammocks in Boston. It's more on that as the months continuing ooh. I had an interesting occurrence in Boston. Okay I had. I caught an early flight home seven forty. AM flight so I'm in downtown Boston. My car was to pick me up at six. Am That's plenty have time for me to make a seven forty am close right so as I normally do. I never set one alarm set three or four all within three or four minutes of each yeah. My alarm went off five forty a m. I hit snooze because I knew there was one for five forty five. The plants news is best hit. That's news probably slept until six forty. Five aw fifty five minutes with a plane has to take five minutes before my plane has taken away now. Let me explain how I do early morning on the road. When I have a super early call Paul live to get up and out by six. Am I actually line up my shoes socks pants underwear shirt on the floor in order and everything gets packed so literally all I have to do is get other bed. Take that last week of mouthwash so I'm not an appalling human being put on my clothes and and walk out the door. I've done the idiot check for all the chargers and everything I was downstairs in two minutes to answer teeth right yes okay to to find out though I get downstairs to find out that my driver's left stayed until six thirty.

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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

12:17 min | 1 year ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Welcome to stone title the Adam Savage Project. I'm norm- I'm Adam. I meant that is good to see you in the shop finally be at least you we've been trying to meet for a long time. Yup and you have actually been to San Francisco and been to the cave and I happened to be out of town on a Gig at that very moment so this. This is the second try indeed you bat and we passed. I think we cross Paul's the make affairs well. We're making the area start yeah yeah earlier this year. Yep well a little bit about like a little bit of background for people who may or may not know who you are but you're you're in the states in town for twenty three yeah. There's some big announcement that you work with Lucasfilm. Correct your the most recent star wars film. Yes indeed last five films exist five. I'm going to count them up. Five films one of them's not come out yet but no right okay yeah engineering and yes so so my background is animatrix for films freelancer and Yes for the last five years. I've worked on also always productions and my specialty is the control systems intellect talks for animatronic creatures and droids which is so oh freaking awesome. It's like we've gone to the source. We're talking about like maybe a city. That's what you were at events like the twenty three or her premieres. You are operating offstage correct a BB eight remember when the Force Awakens was first announced all the details news and that robot came out people. Were like how could this be. We just assume looking at the trailer well. That can't work yeah what we did as well in a way to be honest when we started the film A Force Awakens my counterpart Joshua Mechanical Engineer. He called me up and said I'm working on projects. I can't tell you what it is. Of course I guess what stood away and I'm working on a new character and it's a really tricky drive system. Could you come and have a look and so actually when I went in at that point we would go through the script and looking at the script and saying it's GonNa work in sands go to work on grass that kind of thing. We've ruled out a real. BB eight because we have oil and we have the digital autism can remove roads and so we built seven versions dozens of BB eight two of them already controlled trikes had stabiliser wheels which actually already cool. There's one of the nicest droids of built just because the skull can ackerman turning system. It just drives. All the drives. GotTa run at the right rate is beautiful but we had puppets and we had one called a week. Louis doesn't roll around but just sits on the spot and moves about Kenny Baker are too that has a sneakers in right exactly so just sit there and do its thing and it's digital clean right because you can bury the plate in the sand. Whatever but then we got to the end of the film were always thinking about droid? That could actually read cop op as we call it. You know we thought well what are they going to do. When they get to a premier we can't have Brian the puppeteer pushing the puppet along the Green Ron sticking the the ones with the wheels or a bit disappointing. You know that you don't want to believe it but so josh myself connor went well. Maybe we should you know have a go-to. It could be possible. There are rolling droids around rolling robots around we figure out what's the head on how to control it so you did the whole first film without it being correct that that's fascinating native. I am I have a questioner which is curious as when when you develop the drive system for it for real you had you had previously in making all the different versions of it had ascertained the way in which it would navigate the way in which nursia would cause it to settle and stop hopping. I'm curious. If there are any aspects of the puppet tearing that you realized later you were wrong about when you had an actually driving by itself yeah you can't you. You can't do everything that the puppet one can do shut. Lee bought one of the things that I built into the trikes. The radio control ones is pick up the the acceleration and deceleration curves from the software and I apply it to the hit motion for example take off the head leans in and stops and comes Toyota way. It's difficult what I was wondering if Roy so and you get that as they call it free animation 'cause you're actually pulling off of real acceleration dealers and that reads really. It's perfect and it felt really right to me that you understand. What does the same time. I know that sometimes when you when you posit how something might move and then you do it for real. It might be quite different or that might be new with the carpet. One usually the head down as I take off or you can feed in automatic civil ways to do it interestingly. Hello actually I'll come back to that. Okay so so so. It's a copy when we were saying right. I think we could build it. I think it's doable billable crack so I think we built in five weeks. We did a five week. Build the original red carpet wished had no paint on it was a great fear with a really ready head but it looked pretty good and so we deliver video and we filmed this video and we sent it to Jj. Aj Kathleen Kennedy I believe Neal scanned my boss. Sent it onto them and I think we called it whereas Brian who was the puppeteer one of our main but we got Brian. David are two properties so there's no green suit and all that kind of thing and it can't we just said. Would you be interested in this. If you want to chuck more money at it we can make it look like bb eight. Ah Yes yes carry on his a bit more money and the deadline was Anaheim celebration. I think was April in in Twenty fifteen yeah and I think we had about six weeks into looking like BBC and make any alterations. We wanted to make nice wow so yes that was the red carpet the birth of Mark One recarpet but interest in the interest in that so we just come back from D Twenty Anaheim I'm and that's where this whole thing started. Everyone thought that was going to be seen the one rolling through the desert and we're on stage and we know what's coming out next and all that and we discern certain one rehearsal the night before. I don't even driving that for about a week at that point. If somebody's monogamy onstage I decided to do was going to circumnavigate artie on stage at a wyoming it complicated for yourself but then running off a monitor and I'm going behind something lose it for a bit and in it picks up again and I made it really I don't know why but in in the in the moment it seemed like a cool thing to do and it will work to help but really finally when I came on stays in the mark one and jj hadn't seen at this point. No one has seen winging. It and I drove on them rehearsal. I had the head down like you know he's purposeful these going somewhere in January yeah. Can You keep the head up. Oh okay okay. You didn't say that you can just keep the head up right so then I'm trying to think because it was built into the food motion to pull back on the head stick android forwards and twenty spor and member to turn became one of those things I think to the only Sunday we did it. I've forgotten I just drove it on in the heads down a bit but that was the thing I'm GonNa put footage on Youtube of the unveil and the audience he bore the same mmediately aside hidden twitter immediately and I was like oh without a doubt my career highlight another thing you'll ever topic. Ah The feedback is backstage near everything in your heads go war war war in everything I do remember that is just this massive raw and Josh. I was looking back for Joshua's behind me. Somewhere you know and and stone still stays trying to concentrate right and this is war and then it comes down again and jj starts talking and it was just amazing. You know that was a one off thing. I don't think I can't imagine canoed ever happened again. That's entertainment equivalent of the launching of the iphone and the last minute engineering tricks get at that stage performance and you know what we lost back to. We had one. We had won't be that point now. We have multiples for backup but we had one and we were charging up to charge went to turn on wound work and I was like how are we literally. Nothing completely dead so then we could it be the the ring that power transmission ring it. Could it be there one of the battery sold joints when when the battery charge in the Saudi cracked so we have gone through the batteries and one of them with open in open sir it was literally about two hours before we were going on so yeah last week with our camera. If you've if you've crossed paths with my friend Don Bee's I haven't but Josh's work with Josh worked on the Phantom Menace Amazon helping to on yeah so don BS was the art to operator for many many years he started out as the archivist at the Lucasfilm ranch when I met him at the model shop in ninety eight he'd been Monica for many years and specifically are two as his main projects so I actually helped do a I took one of the original Norac engineering our twos and modified notified. It's a two legged to three legged transitions shot from the from the Second Star Wars Film Roy Nice episode to Yeah that was really funny and that was a pneumatic rig. That would have taken your finger off finger in the wrong place. It was terrifying was like this yeah yeah a real death trap to have punched holes until you could almost no. I don't think so I think I would still win and since the release Lisa episode seven that kind of an end the appearance of BB AIDS launch a whole new category of enjoys and robotics of these kind of Jabra steroids robots and then also also whole community of builders who spent months trying to reverse engineer the things that you've been doing. You've keeping an eye on that and course as we were. I'm curious if anybody's executions where you're like. Oh nifty solution hadn't concern. I'm GONNA sound behavior if I say they know but I don't think there was things that we were amazed how far's people go onto it. One thing and there was rule that the media were going mad about. How does it work. How's the head stay on as it and there was all sorts of people being asked like universities and engineering engineering institutes in November one quote in a paper where an engineer and doctor of engineering somewhere in London one of our universities just said you know there's a number of ways you could achieve that it doesn't really matter how they did it. They executed to perfection and I thought that is a smoke and mirrors is the magic trick we work in film is a matter how we did it did it. You know we did it for real and we everyone believed and it was real and this is my dad's joke he used to my dad used to say mm-hmm. When a dog is walking on a time legs you don't go how well is he walking on his walking. That's enough for everybody so the classified a whole level of performance as it's a dog walking on his hind legs. No one's going to question it exactly but we didn't even say that we did fall into the trap of light we were building and we'll just we'll get to roll along intern in the head works done. I think I figured out a way you can spin on the spot because our sound office was chaired this going there. Can Kinda shuffled around on my office chess or is that Jason Nurseryman Josh. Could you make this bit spin the batteries if you spun all the batteries because that's the heaviest par enemies always gone blue and a new spirit. It's actually it's doesn't really work. If.

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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"You not only put yourself in danger but everyone around you so stop kidding herself. It's not okay to drive high. If you've been using marijuana in in any form do not get behind the wheel. If you feel different you drive different drive high get a d._u._i. On with the show welcome to still entitled adam savage project. I'm well. I'm adam. I'm normal good born. Everyone wonderful nerds. How's it really doing. It's not yeah we actually did not have a podcast last week that everybody out there so there's quite a few things to catch up on you. Guys went to sell silken the silicon valley comic wow has it been since then since we haven't seen you since wow that's right yeah met arnold schwarzenegger. They're really yeah. It's a huge. He's been guy. He said. I liked your lean look keepers up he was he was the presidential adviser physical fitness for most of my childhood. That's hilarious yeah. He's he's. He's very funny. Any person is you could imagine he's got a good sense of humor honorific governor to address them. Okay good morning governor. How are you. I'm really curious. Here's what he like all interactions yeah. I'm totally curious to mr swallow. Watching arnold was there ah because there was a big terminator reunion yeah at silicon valley comic con and robert patrick. Was there little hamilton along the first time that cast for long in the green room okay all right okay..

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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Welcome to still entitled the Adam Savage Project. I'm norm- I'm Adam. I'm that I'm Jeremy Jeremy so you guys supporting for the podcast to see you too first time on this podcast. That's ridiculous list the timing worked out. We're extra according to other podcasts shortly after so but <hes> we have both of you here because both of you worked on the most recent episode the last seventy very last episode hills we did Derby they ended as the penalty isn't it was the second to last oh they did. They did food fight la ooh fascinating but probably the most episode of your most hype about the one that took a lot to get together. Oh my God and we're going to hear a law about the process but Adam so there's been a first of all I'm sorry for my movie trailer voice because every summer I get a cold so I'm waking up with a movie trailer voice. I have a little bit of a cold and that's because my friend Philip Tiba Goff. I did a sort of not a fundraiser but a friend racer here in the cave for his organization on Friday night and his organization is the center for policing equity and it is really cool and when you hear about it you're gonNA WANNA. Call yourself a justice nerd because it's awesome C._p._i.. Basically uses data to help teach police departments how to better serve their communities unity's so they've been doing this for fifteen years. They've got over two hundred police departments they've worked with and what they do is so let's say police. Department has an an incident in which a white cop shoots a person of color <hes> that police chief gets on the online and starts to think. How do I make the situation better?.

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"adam savage" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"adam savage" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"His my old friend, Adam Savage, who was on one of the first podcasts, we ever, did and was been on throughout the years. And, of course, is someone that I I'd allies because he's not only an inspiring creative force, but he knows how to make shit with his hands. Which is a crazy concept. But he's just a good guy, you know, and Adam has a new show called savage builds, which is frightening on discovery at ten pm, and then arrears on the science channel. And, and you can find him online, you know, has tested show, his Instagram. But I just have all the love in the world for this man. And, and I'm so glad he was able to, to come back on the podcast. So check out that he also had a book that came out a few months ago. And that's it. This is the punt customer, one thousand eight with the maker goodness of Mr Adam savage. Initiating. I. Call. These lights from the guy in Oregon. Oh, you know this trouble labs. I do. So, you know, the, the ban the milk carton kids know they play at Largo all the time. They did music for inside low and Davis. Oh, gotcha. And they're a couple of troubadours and they try their entire road. Package is one of these all of these just one and they used to acoustic guitars, and they placed us at the apex between their voices and the guitar amazing Can you couple. call letters? Thank you. Do you know about how this, how this guy puts together, he buys these apparently, cheap Chinese courteous, laid Mike's like a fifth of what a really good one cost and what he finds is about one in three fail. But the other two are just as good as high end. So you really it's just a little bit of a roulette game. Yes. So he goes through this QC process where he gets wants to fail to fail. And they use the other one. Oh, that's fantastic. That's fantastic. I'm so glad that you are here. I miss seeing you. I have not seen you in quite a long time. And, and as far as the podcast goes, you are really part of podcast history like our podcast history, killer thinks, because. The first the very first live show, we ever did it Largo. In two thousand ten was you and use you, you, you mean at such an important moment in my life, because that was the first time I ever tried stand up in front of a crowd, or in assistance, and encouragement. It went great. So good. I mean even the, the weird thing about that, though, is because I remember you were doing some material about your son's he referred to as thing one and think too. And then that was eight years ago now they're, they're like fucking grown. They're humans. Yeah. I in fact, one of them worked for me on my show, savage bills and was my Belay when I was flying as iron man whole Mike. I'd so certain point he, he's, you know, he doesn't advertise it. He's my kid. So this point at which he saved my life, right? Like I lost it engine, and I fell and he caught me before I hit the deck. And when I stood up again, I turned to who and I said, thanks had some. And that's PA who he was working with it turned him and said, why did the boss just call you handsome? He's my dad. All right. Okay. All right. That's all right. I mean, is it was were you while he's not a kidney more, though? So because I know for a long time, anyone who is famous who have kids you want to protect their identities. So people don't get weird. But now they're adult human. You know, we ended up we shot a piece to camera where I explained that he was, my son named him on the show. We decided not to cut it into the episode. Oh, really? I tweeted that, that was my kid, I still want them to have their privacy. Sure I still want them to because it's you know it can be confusing. I remember my wife when we first got together when we first started dating, she was working for a boss, and.

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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"And then there's also a price for a fifteen minute phone, call with being I'll advise your consult on any thing. You wanna talk about whether it practical or question just. Hundred of Adam Savage, book dot com is read go enter the sweepstakes. And again, my book ever tools hammer out you can pre-order now on Amazon, and if you have an inkling that you might get it, please go pre-order it. I can't wait to feedback. People start actually preorder is super important to be blue ribbon books determines how many lacy? Deterrence copies of the book stores. Order things like yes. Yes. Go to the preorder is so that there will be enough copies of the book with his book comes out. I've read I'm only like halfway through. But it's very good. I enjoy. I thought I knew a lot about you coming into this. And I heard that I've learned stuff you go. It's funny. One of my closest friends was like you ever go through your detailed by Agra fee with your close friends. So you don't ever want? They would beat by beat up. There's all this stuff. I didn't know where it did. But now, I do make sense. Doc secrets. Yes. Great. Thank you so much. Think about you. Greg. Greg words grow. I'm shit at social make you. Probably just go out big. So there's no many. There's no choices there. You're going to workshop duck on Zeno magically dot com. I'm sure they'll tell you what we're doing. So my right. They all have somebody. Thanks for listening this week. And I want to let you know that still entitled was made possible this week by h reps a digital subscription based software for search engine optimization this all in one SEO tool set does absolutely everything from content, research and cure, Nelson too. Technical site, audits rank tracking and back links and nalysts h Russ gives you all the insights, you need to research and monitor your niche, and then rank your website on the top of search engines each reps has a seventy trial for only seven dollars. Sign up today at H reps dot com. That's spelled H R E F S dot com. We'll see you next week..

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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"I don't go anywhere without these in my bag developing this would Marcos for several months and pouches. Yeah. Really psyched about this. And we have ADC one ADC twos. Now, the smaller bag in black and black on black and black with gray interior. So if you're interested in some of those things go check it out at Adam Savage dot com and shameless plug perfect for the hall. And I think that does it for this has I'll just use him slow for tested because we have a great video that dropped as a recording lists you meeting Melissa ING in the cave and her showing you her Phoenix gauntlets. She is so amazing. I'm her Phoenix. Gauntlets have never sitting right over there in my pool table because I'm trying to figure out how best to display all of my gauntlets. I realized in the same way. I've helmet display. I need to come up with a way for the gauntlets to all be visible in in a singular way. And that's non trivial RV's is so posible you might wanna how do you find? Well, I have seen. It was we'll hands over there. But some of those wooden artists posible hands. But then really I want all the gauntlets to be posed invisible. You know, so that's a Melissa hang is lightning in a bottle. It's delightful to know her and she was so much fun to host here in the cave. I would have thought there was no room left in your case years ago. And yet you always find a way. Well, so I'm two large projects. One is the. Outlets in the next one is also all the heroes swords that are sitting there on the couch. I need to find a way to display those Florida's ceiling as kind of a wall partition. I think that's one of my next goals. I'm thinking like goblins, how do you have in the there are dozens? Oh boy. Great. Yeah. I've got space gloves. I've got a. Yeah. I've got early gauntlets that I made when I was twenty five. Yeah. Sounds future. Tested video hyphen the adventures of the high functioning order continue. All right. Thanks so much for listening. I think we might have another upset next week if not happy holidays, and we will have another episode in you, Germany for joining they Jeremy my pleasure. Thank you guys. All right. See? Thanks for listening to this week. And once again this episode of so entitled was made possible by Kiwi.

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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"She's excited about the new you. You will probably be paying the role of new new father father probably fingers crossed. Yeah, we'll say on the call. What else is going on? Yeah, we've video this week featuring our friend Maloney. He will Bruckner d- he's sh- walk through the modeling process of a helmet, which is super cool. It's not a how to, but it's a if you wanna see the intricacies of three modeling for three printing purposes, it's worth watching and the new parts of our arcade cabinet, build that German Sean did are rolling out every Monday. So the first episodes are out totally worth watching. And you have a couple interviews final areas that you did and your con- rolling out with listening and also ruby tacky, who did a mental online helmet. Amazing. Yeah, it's cabinet here is over. It's at other ocean. Okay. I wanna go see that thing. I heard good things about that. I think pictures will very compelling. Yeah. The game warlords is an astounding game and playing player. Warlords seems like it would be very good and that does it. I think, yes, this is an easy. This might be it for a bit for you on any moment. We will. Yeah, I know we'll, we'll get some other third seats fill in to shore, and I have been working on some special guests. Okay. Okay. People who wouldn't come if you were here. That's a real long can open it right up norms. Enemies list. Stay at home with the baby. BMC. Well, this is this is the last one for a while and good luck norm and thanksgiving. Yeah, to user. Thanks. No. No me. Welcome to the Adam Savage project. I'm will always started. I'm norm. We don't have to just drive on this. He's going to put this enzyme dumb ass again. Go ahead. Thanks for listening this week and also.

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"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"adam savage" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Title the Adam Savage project. I, nor I'm Adam. Now that you've had your upgrade? Yeah. I mean, it was really in some way was down. Shitty area was before I have take teen in pleats and mash and screws, and I have -mergency hardware in case I'm in in this situation where I really need some screws like in this block them out of my head. Wow. That's really gory. I haven't thought about that. Let's see. You. Yeah, it's good to be on camera member Louis time. I was on I, it's months months months before Adam started production on junior, right. That's two months ago. Yeah, ten years ago. And what do it because we are at San Diego Comecon. So many people I you haven't been here before. Astronaut apollo. Sweat in it really give DNA slab. It's just, yeah, it's good to live out of there occurs to me nail that we probably a mad rush packing for this. Something we could have packed because as we're reporting this today is on the twentieth forty, nine hundred nursery of the Mulan. And. I totally forgot what it's going to say. I had. I actually had a point. I totally lost it. Thirty. Yeah. Because annual get together with friends like, yes, there are one hundred to two hundred thousand people out there beyond the scope of the cell room exploring Comecon but for us, yeah, wanna see stuff. But for us, it's really seeing old friends. So thing we're only talking to people we already know. Also. So we through party here in the room the other night, was it last night? It was. Four and a half hours of sleep and nap somewhere, middle, but like not only did I get to see all the people that I love here come Akon and the came in many different shifts and waves, but also daybreak friends. And I introduced you Diana last night to my friend, astronaut Katie Coleman. She was never. I mean, I don't let myself starstruck very often except for when it comes astronauts I I, you know, you get that feeling when you're like, if you started a Colt, I wouldn't join it in the second. Like, here's my location. Because they're just such. I don't know. There's great people. There's a grace quietude all the astronauts that I have met and friends with that. I find really remarkable because they have every opportunity to not be humble and they are the most humble people by choice. Yeah, in the. In history? Yeah, they're pushing us forward more so than a lot of people get like a text or Email from Katie. I see a picture of her on the with their hair all. Does that picture of her in zero g with her herald playing the flute. And Chris Hadfield obviously, did that amazing Bowie cover from the I n he's a huge proponent at encourages all of fellow astronauts to get together and play music as often as possible. Not on. I assess. Earth, not just a conventions hang out. It's the fraternity that does exactly what it is. I think that I, I don't think that Chris interested in becoming the greatest Qatar in the world. I think he's really interested in the personal exploration and the social aspect of music. I mean, actually haven't spoken to about it, so I'm speaking for him without without knowing his stance on it. But given how much I know he Bally's community and working with the people around him. It strikes me that he exhibits that value desire to play music with this. They must have. There was one of the things we talked to Katie about just because they must share so many random issues and like meeting as astronaut meeting other astronauts was like, oh my God, this thing that happened to, yeah, interested away. I, I have the Diana both having like channels on YouTube and being female science communicated, really, oh my God. This thing happened and it's such a good thing and they must really have that as well to the crazy extent help. Like if I have to explain how you poop on the one. Flip up. I'm going to punch a twelve year old in the face. So you never see them and he doesn't want to be the greatest on offer. Yes, I think he set the high bar. You talk about the pooping last year? I was at. Johnson Space Center. I was both Kennedy Johnson, but it was Johnson that I was hanging out with Lindgren at the neutral buoyancy lab..

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