4 Burst results for "Andrew Chime"
"andrew chime" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Figure skating especially. I mean a lot. A lot A lot of agent athletes in that sport lot of asian athletes in olympic lifting. That do really really well. I mean the chinese olympic lifting are know if you guys ever seen some of those smaller athletes like squad and six hundred pounds for reps and stuff. I mean it's it's wild you know i think. Some of the anatomy of certain individuals sometimes lends itself to be better at certain sports true. Let's talk about. I mean i think it's just like you know i'm not trying to be offensive to anybody but i think it's like just a little bit factual sounds like a just a recognition of is an observation. I guess we'd say i wouldn't say it's a fact for sure but it's like an observation. I wanna talk about this andrew. We live or live now. So i'll get the live link from youtube guys who live right now mark. Hey andrew so Swipe up check it out all right so this is This is a very interesting topic because andrew chime in for ben. I want to have this live. I want to get this thing. And then i'm gonna chime in on this because this is a really good topic. We could trigger people. I remember the the football player reggie white legendary football player Greeley yeah green bay packers and the philadelphia eagles longtime he talked one time As a preacher and talked about how some of these different ethnicities are good at certain things and then people really just yes. He was saying stereotypical stuff which sometimes is unpopular for the most part. It seemed like from what i remember could be remembering some of it wrong before i remember most of it was pretty positive. You say in this group of people. They do this really well. This group of people over here do this really well. And i think when it comes to sports i think sometimes I remember there was a white athlete in one hundred meter dash like maybe like two olympics ago And i was just watching it. I'm like i'm like oh my god they're not gonna talk about it if they're not they're not gonna have any mention of it and he finished fourth. There's something and it could have been like four by one hundred meter or or whatever but anyway as a white dude hundred meter dash. He stuck sore thumb. He did he did well. And when the event was over and he placed they finally mentioned it like the first time since nineteen fifty. You know and i was like man like that should be a little bit of a story like it's kinda you know it's interesting right. And so we do see these differences amongst people and joe rogan actually has a bit where he talks about the differences between male and female right. There's clearly genetic differences between male and female most of the time males or bigger. The tallest people in the history of the world have been men right. Probably the heaviest person ever has probably been a man like there's certain things that are like Kind of obvious. And rogan talked about even in a sex. What discrepancies we can have. We got like us kind of normal ish people All three of us are within three or four inches wide of each other right But then there shack right then. There's shaquille o'neal like there's mittens out there. Me y'all ming We've heard of tribes being really tall whether it's like multiple people that are you know. Six eight is like on the shorter sides. Pacific travel africa. Where like the average height seven average. Six foot your six five year kicked out the short can't there's just some observations amongst Some people have different a different. Gene pool expresses itself in a way that either makes them taller sometimes. allows them to maybe maybe like out of the gate. You're not necessarily faster or stronger or whatever it might be. But maybe you just propensity propensity like to be better at that thing I mean at shoot viking genes of hathor bjornson. I'm sorry like they're just like there are people from that area norway iceland or whatever that just big boned large men and women and and they're extremely good at straight sports look at russians. I know a lot of people like to say the russians and eastern europeans aren't drugs or something like that. But i mean even so within straight sport we see a lot of those strong athletes from those countries and they just their joints or bit. Like we had andre. Andre kid we know that andrea using looks different. Man he just looks different right hand engulfed my hand. I was like what is this thing. This isn't a hand. It's a glove right. It's of right and there are a lot of those types of people from that area right. So that's why it's so interesting when you were mentioning the guy that you were wrong with. Oh you're like it doesn't make any sense. And i would say it's not only is it genetic but it's also environmental as as part of it too right environmental piece of it Russians typically are a little more stoic. And when you listen to someone. Like friedman then lex. Like i think he's he's unconventional. He's super smart. he's amazing but very monotone yet right. He's not real reactionary. Somebody says something crazy to show. He's like how that's interesting know. He's very like always. Wears the same suit. Everyday day type of thing and so i think now on top of it being you know there's a genetic component to a lot of these things. There's also an environmental and who people are surrounded by and societal norms of whatever areas that you grow up grow up in that you get used to that you just It could allow you to be better at a particular sport. It'd be better at a particular thing than someone else absolutely. It's like yeah. Let me mentioned that. This guy was wrong with that jujitsu. I him once. But i forgot lot. I think was his name. We'll stereo vlade. Sounds made up. He's over at my jitsu school and he's a white belt right. Everyone's i can see them. All you got to roll with the role with role of..
"andrew chime" Discussed on Gratcast
"Again think about the infrastructure. They've got set up there how much demand there has to be. You're paying four thousand dollars per driver. The it's unbelievable take the risk is also going to jail for the next twenty years. People are orange asinine really okay so moving onto moving moving on to happier topics here before we our main topic of the show all right. What's a happy topic this this month. We're for our monthly graphic theme. We we are discussing access. We're discussing access to graphic and what we're doing their big. Mike walk around the background. So what does milton right there everyone this this. This is milton santiago. This dude is going to be one of the best cinematographers that's ever existed by time. His career is all said and done he. He's frigging brilliant. He's got the pedigree. He's got the talent. He's got the work ethic. He's got the character. I mean probably doesn't hurt that he spent some time in buffalo so look look for this dude and and and what he's doing but any movie that i ever get off the ground again. You're looking at my cinematographer right here hands down so what what you're seeing behind me is a a wrap up the show that we livestream so a while back. We did a demo demonstration of what a livestream set would do and again. We're little head of the technology is a a few years ago before live streaming had enough bandwith and was as strong as it needed to be slot obviously from the show. It's a lot better now than than it was back then so what we did did was we did a promo shoot for just drive the one of the movies that we talked about last month that we've gotten her wheelhouse to try and get off the ground here and we livestream entire entire day on set shooting the promo for this we had a host that engaged with the audience and all this different stuff and then at the end of the show we had a wrap up show where we we had a ah guest host sit down interview the cinematographer interview the director interview the producer and talk with different people from the set and take questions from the audience and go back and forth earth for it if <hes> if you want to see this whole interview you can go to grant productions on youtube and look it up there. It's a couple of months ago was when we posted this edited version of the whole livestream so this is this is one of the things were most committed to act graphic in our in our process. Is we want to offer a a new layer of entertainment a new form of access to the entire creative process and that's livestream production sets where you get to watch everything that's happening and taking place how the cameras set up why they're they're doing what they're doing and then at the end of the day you can ask the cast and crew questions. It's kind of like the talking dead for movie production. I just saw all you do this weird setup with the camera. Why why why did you do that. What was the reasoning and the logic behind it. Well audience member. I'm glad you asked and we're watching. We're doing this is why this is what we're trying to accomplish with it and this is what the the the end result in the affect will be of it to me this is going to it's going to bring a lot more engagement to through a production process a lot more interest see the final result. I watched this whole thing. It means come to life in saw it all happen. I kind of see the movie now. I got to see what it looks like cameron in what the results are all that stuff andrew chime in here on your kind of thoughts in the livestream hope. There's one cop boy doing so well guys. I hope you'll notice. I hadn't been coughing so far i like the livestream different reason and it's the female reason the female side of it all is it's a little bit of extra protection while onset people are behaving better when they know that there is an can i in the sky. Someone could be watching at any moment. You behave how you know. You're supposed to behave. There's no grab ass. There's no. I know my little remarks about someone who's across the stage like walk tolliver nut. I i know you would like to everyone knows you wanna bang it. Everyone does ev. You don't need to say certain things allowed you. Keep your hands to yourself and it actually lets you know what a person is like in real life because we have a big problem problem here in hollywood where people believe that the actors are like the characters that they liked the actor to play. You see leonardo dicaprio on an awesome role. You wanna believe i believe he's kinda like that because he can play that when in reality you don't know that when they call cut he isn't the biggest douche bag in the world. I'm not saying he is but i'm saying bird lord samper survival there is the option of actually seeing what people are really like and we kind of need that nowadays like there's too much of this fakeness going on where we want to believe. The image people have because they wanna be famous because they wanna be instagram whatever because they want you to think of of them as better than you and in reality. We're all the exact same so if anything this is holding everyone on the exact same standards and i think that's a smarter way to have a set. It makes you feel safer in there's bound to be at least one person knows he has almost the exact same beard right here like same length and everything everything but he's gotten a little bit shorter. I gave up on trying to hold it together up top. See for me. This is a it's a new level of entertainment. It's a new form of entertainment now the the people that create your stuff. Everybody loves talking to him on twitter engaging with them. This is my favorite artist. I wish we were friends. We're all of this stuff. This is a new level access to them. Where you can create that bond you can watch them work. You can put you can see how much effort and care and passion they put into their are into their project into in whatever it is that they're creating putting together and each person each different department had each crew member kind of becomes their roll their own brand and their own character in their own reality show with all of this stuff also at the end of the day when they come to interview is your chance that you really get to have a question answered like you can tweet someone a question but they'll never see it but there is a huge chance that weather doing the commentary at the end. You're going to actually be able to put a question up in when it comes was up and it seems kind of relevant. They will really answer as if they're talking to you if you if you go back and hunt down the actual whole live extreme of of this day on twelve hours yet you're going to get a nice it had two speed frame it up for the the edited replace it took so long but the elephant doors that we had to back this frigging limo in and our of to get it on this little green screen stage was the was the highlight of the stream we we crunch that motherfucker on the way in and all on camera. You get to see this crazy cool. It wasn't a bad crunch. It really wasn't a bad correct but it was enough to make me cringe snuff to put a kink in sight panel of that limo talked about that ever so yeah that's <hes> that's another thing you can you can expect and look forward to from gatwick content and being graphic ally and supporter of everything we're doing access to these livestream production sets and and you know what if somebody else takes this idea use it before we get a chance to get onset again and do it more power to them. The better it works more people get used to it. The more access we get the more entertainment we get and the more the more the idea has a chance to succeed and people won't look at me with three is when i explained to him that this is a great idea. This is something people want so so. If you like what we're trying to do in in and you want more of this type of stuff support graphic help share the stuff help. Tell people hey. Let's let's get this shit up going on with. Johnny went looked up milton santiago's website which using or a pretty sure it's been off. It's milton santiago dot com. I'm pretty sure it's his his website. He i think they saw a good enough picture of his face to know if it's him or not he's. He is a talented workhorse. The dude has been preparing for years. Here's for the for just drive which is going to be entirely shot inside a limo where the walls and the roof wall comments we get all sorts of different camera angles and stuff but that's the talent and the the knowledge in the smarts that you need to be able to shoot an entire movie inside the limo. That shouldn't come for me. I've got the creative idea in the vision. I can seat on screen. He's the one that's going to execute that shit and know how to make it happen and make it look real good in beautiful forest. I'm a firm believer especially on when it comes the productions that i- creatively i got a pretty good vision in my head how that vision gets executed. I need to surround myself by smart intellectual people that i know their shit and trust them to do their job and it starts with this dude right here. I like always naughty while you're saying that i am the ship. That's exactly what he's saying security. You guys like our little rock band. Mike the big day for for for the the second mike work. Let's let's move on to the the the the brass tacks mutatis teasing letting what happened go in lansing michigan. Okay explaining how you found this because some people came in a few minutes after the fact house. I didn't see this on twitter. I didn't see this blowing. Up is one of the cities to be worried about so actually ashley young. I stumbled across her by seeing her and her feet. Somebody else has shared her thread on facebook. No i'm on facebook. Actually i think i think because we're both in the same conspiracy theory website i think i saw it through there and i think she she posted in there but eventually posted on her page and what she did so long story short there was apparently a whole bunch of reports that there was multiple shooters going around lansing in cars shooting at houses shooting at parked vehicles knocking on doors and shooting people when they open when they opened the door the there was the police scanners were going insane. There was over over fourteen thousand people in lansing listening to lansing policemen police scanner at one point that night people were freaking the fuck out that there was multiple shooters all over the city did he just going nuts and the very next day.
"andrew chime" Discussed on Open Floor
"And those are all completely subjective and one stout scowl could see something that another scout doesn't see. But ultimately, when you're saying is this guy going to rise the category of being like an MVP level candidate, or is he just going to be a good scoring guard? Who's out there getting points, but gnarly making his team better. Those are the things that tend to be the difference makers in my opinion. Cool. Moving on from Joseph, speaking of scoring guards. He says there I was enjoying my day off from work and listening to my favorite podcast, open floor all was going well. Ben was praising joe-marie and I couldn't have been happier and then Andrew chimed in Andrew Cole, Jamal, Laurie, quote, unquote, soft. What the hell. Jamal Murray has the swagger of an all star. Did Adra not watch any of the games between the nuggets Lakers last year at the end of one match of Murray dribbled around Lonzo ball. And in another game he taught did the Lakers bench after drilling three by licking his fingers because he was barbecuing their defense. Look, I do wanna take back the calling, Jamal, very soft outright. I've just what I what I meant is that I. Passing thought. I don't wanna be the guy who's out here calling. I saw Jim. Ovary is pretty awesome. And I hope that he'd becomes more consistent because going back to Kentucky, he's had these ten minute bursts where he looks amazing, and then he kind of disappears for a little while. And I hope that this is the year that he's able to put it together for eighty two games just kind of lighting people up. I will say the licking your fingers because you're barbecuing. Their defense isn't actually that cool the celebration. It's not. So the be bragging about. But you know, he's learning. He's young. I think that's the takeaways. He's got time to develop those celebrations. Why did it take away? Is that Joseph just made you retreat like? I can't remember. I don't know if I've ever been able to get you back down that heart that quickly point in history. So it's great to see you reverse course. But here's the real question because you know, we were having the discussion about Jamal Murray, like, would you wear his jersey? And I was saying, you know, it's not the worst investment in the world. You should think about it now that you've decided he's not soft number one, would you wear Jamal, Mary jersey. Now now that you've given it some more thought and then number two, what would you think if you saw someone wearing Jamal jersey because before you were really trying to clown, people who might biased. Okay. Let let me. Let me add a couple caveats. What I was saying. Number one. If you're from Canada, it's different because Jamal Murray is is one of the coolest players that you have ever produced as a nation. So if you're Canadian and Jamal Murray go for no judgement from me, if you're an American living outside of Denver, repping Jamal Murray. I again, come back to the idea that you are probably trying too hard to to look for like a hip young player too. I would prefer to have. Will Barton jersey if I were choosing from nuggets jerseys. Because, again, you said like the big men jerseys are always kinda dicey, but we'll Barton's pretty awesome. He's Lear by what you're what you're basically saying though. It's like if it's Jamal Murray, Andrew, Wiggins, Jamal, McClure, or an RJ Barrett, Duke jersey. You're saying you'd give it to joe-marie now you know what I would and the Duke thing we're going to have to talk about this at some point in the fall because Duke is show interesting and exciting that like we could have a weekly Duke basketball segment on this podcast. But at the same time, like do honest to God, still just makes me sick and I hate how successful they've been over the last four or five years recruiting Ed. So we could. We could also go the other direction and refuse to acknowledge how cool this team has the chance to be. Ed, just waiting and be a, I don't know, man, I look at a guy like coach k. what he's done. I feel like he should probably have equity in that university just you don't want your track record. Coach paid in all sorts of shady as ways. Don't you worry mad? He doesn't need equity Duke of, but yes, apology in, you know what?.
"andrew chime" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only
"Sure but christie not really i know who is on that list has never really interacted with seth and she was actually quite puzzled in appalled that she would be included on this list was the by the way the first one listed so it's weird of of of him to say that about us and then i was on the list of course so we try to respond and i tried to contacts at about the seth is mr talk it out guy on i texted him like whoa that's why am i on this list what's going on in he he refused to have any sort of discussion on it i said we should set up a conversation he said no in he hasn't hasn't really responded since in any meaningful way and then i not who's always on it on on twitter pointed out a thread that happened just around the same time where yasmine muhammad is tying about being friends with ben shapiro and then set the andrews chiming in saying we're all friends and we can all be friends and everything's great is it's possible to disagree and still respect each other and it's a note that he he tends to take up when it's a certain kind of person but not another and i think this this is this is what's telling so if you're pretty hard core conservative if in the case of ben shapiro of documented racism i shared a threat on that twitter recently very disgusting views and a lot of cases you you could be from our friends you know agree to disagree but i i can't help but think the cardinal sin here is in.