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"colin bell" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
"You said to me, no, sir, I don't think that was it. I don't think he got Michael Jackson by myeloma breast implant. Every time they talked about it, they said, he had COVID. And he was vaccinated. But then. And then they interrupt it and say, he had multiple myeloma. And I said, okay, well, you know, finally, you know, they breaking news, but no longer talking about the black secretary with talking about the First Lady's leaky implant. Some myeloma, my wife showed up the lead story if you think about it. So you think she upstaged him just like the Michael Jackson thing. I don't think that I think you have some of the facts crossed up, mister president. Well, remind me when we bring on the facts stuff guy to ask him about the facts. Yeah, the tech stuff guy. Have you along, by the way? Have you ever met a Colin Powell? Have you ever had any direction with him? Colin Powell was an Irish guy who used to say the Android a lot. I know Colin bell. I think we're talking about two different men. Secretary of State. No. What's his name? Colin Powell. Colin Powell. Like I said, Colin Powell is a very racist stylish guy very tough like them a lot, but Cohen Powell was this black secretary. Have you ever met him before?.
"colin bell" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"'cause of course he's dad was a pro wasn't a yeah he's taught was Rowley was What if northampton town's He he played he. He's he's high. The list of appearance oldest north towns very very popular guy powered and You know gary sort of spent a lot of his childhood. What she well. She knows how to town. And then yeah. He's the are the margins at school. That might have been quite a lot of people are probably getting tight to gary too much because he was too good goat and she'll go localize well wasn't allowed right for good cricket writer golf pulls the birds you. I'm gonna go to you. Go to find. A chink is all so much for the walzer one. He literally maybe just very unusually. Clay thinks they see the record. It may well be a record. He he's scored go to wembley school to go at. Wembley for england schoolboys But he's also school at try. Twickenham rags for england schoolboys as well. So he's actually playing for two sets of england. Schoolboys at the same time like the six fastest cross country runner into in the country. As well which is which called we take this so basically northampton saints have liked him to to turn professional and play for that He could have possibly nestle but he now he also the case quite the same as with terry. He wasn't beguiled by. Brian closed. Because gary a few years call quite say knowledge. Is brian cliff when he first went in that. But the club sorts of was good to in when they scouted and and and lady welcome and then you know sort of influence reinforced. He said he. He fell in love wehrley with with the cloth and it was like a a no brainer. He's decision was on going to play football. And i'm gonna play for this particular club. And it turns out to be a good decision for diabetes as a reserve playa ice fourteen tonight. Yeah he did. I mean he says he says. He told me he told me that. He's like Trading with the use to you and So they probably did. It was like two adjoining pitches and is used One side the first team unveils. A uncertainty borrowing comes up to me and says and he's he's famous droll. You know something in the case around and come and train with us and he goes and trains with with this sort of tremendous soul. I basically the was beginning to take shape and probably got introduced to the realities of professional football by crunching tackle. Rilot reloaded Who this your mind. Sort of baited in and make remarkable four. So yeah he's he. He played central league for all of the age of fourteen. Quite right and not stage. You know a lotta people nowadays. Probably not too familiar with reserved seating full essentially. But you were talking about a really good league at the time it. You know literally the the players who didn't make the twelve For the first two were were played and he played against the top players it know he's essentially debut against liverpool which included some well-nigh implies and then played hansa likes colin bell man city at nine road and he he he he played dot level and then he called his very he was a surprise as anyone and certainly the age of sixty and he was..
"colin bell" Discussed on Comic Dwarves
"Full of and by seventeen or if they ever go down at At the comic art gallery if they ever put some of those on display. I'd love to go see them so Lettering i was reading through. I went through like the comic doors. E mail or just getting rid of a lot of trash. And i saw an email from our listener. Sean mom and as she was she wasn't really complaining but she was noting the absence of my letter. My litter segment which has never been thing. It is the thing is as much as john's segment. Obviously if we're going to be a request were going to do a request for your mom so even though that email was like months ago not super great checking that. It's that's that's a real mixed message. We're sending their tom. Guys feel free to reach out to us every week. I mean listen when they start emailing we will start checking at least a couple of months after and This is this is a good candidate to talk about littering on because the lettering in this comic is really fucking good We'll just shout out. The guys credited jim campbell and colin bell. I don't know who did what. I don't know how much of this was computers. And how much of it was by hand but the lettering you don't have a lotta. It's not straightforward typical. Very clean lettering. There's a lot of like mix up in it. There's a lot of irregularities in it has a lot of personality but still very readable at times You know when somebody says something under their breath the letters are gray in their smaller and at the same time when somebody yells aid they tend to get a little bit bigger. It's not just like the typical emboldening There's also you know they. They lend a lot of personality to the character. Who would be speaker in some of the Lettering like the. I'm like so bad with names on this comic. The guy who's like the leader of the paladins when he's talking the the phone is like this very fantasy style medieval font and when the dragon or the l. for talking it's this kind of disjointed more jagged work. It's really cool is the sound effects. 'cause they're as brightly colored as the rest of the artwork and they pay a lot of attention.
"colin bell" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Although the figures are still relatively low compared to Europe or the United States. The second wave of the virus is posing more of a threat. Rwanda Namibia on the democratic public of Congo are just some of the country's forced to impose new restrictions to limit infections. Add to that the new variant being identified In South Africa on the regional health body. The African Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has an awful lot on its plate right now. Earlier, I spoke to its director John and Kanga Song on asked him water is major concerns about this second wave. We're looking at a second wave that is actually a raging When we look at the first wave around mid July, we're recording about 18,000 cases daily across the continent. As we speak as a 31st of December, 2000 and 20 were occurring almost 30,000 cases daily. So the second we're truly seems to be more aggressive. Done if the first we've green Ford, so I think we really have a job cut for us Respect to how do we bring down on flashing a curve for the second wave? And are you taking samples and sequencing what you're finding To try and discover whether this is the original variant or the new variant or variance. Absolutely, You know, the aftercare centers for Disease Control and prevention has established what we call it. The Pathogen Genomic Institute and network. Working very closely with the World Health Organization in the original fission. Wh raffle on we're looking at sequencing centers of excellence is around the continent to really understand. What is going on? What kind of variants are green on? That crossed the continent so that that information come back up the etymological information on so that we know the hot spots. So that exercise is going on. But their main focus for thou is really, uh, prevention probably had measures that should be in place and actually engaging and re engaged with a population so that They can truly get out of the panel ecstatic mood as you move across the continent. It is unfortunate that we see many citizens not wearing muss consistently or not, whether it at all and you see by limited social distancing. I think this is serious, the second with extremely aggressive, so we should really work closely with our community. Especially the political leadership to incentivize the process and the interest subsidized masses that population can truly we must have the largest here. Must well now is the best way to prevent the spread of these that virus sickened with Let's talk about the view that scientists in South Africa I don't know whether Europe this view as well, having a reasonable concern that the new variant Of covert 19 sweeping across South Africa might actually be more resistant Current VAX vaccines being rolled out here in the UK and elsewhere. What is your understanding of off this new strain with relation to the vaccines? Uh, we took relations to production. We don't know much yet about this until we actually effectively start rolling out vaccines in across the continent and in South Africa. As we speak. Now, very limited vaccinations is going on on the country and so will not know until we're truly start putting vaccines into peoples across the continent. For now, The concern is clear that this petition recites at receptor binding domain that may affect neutralizing antibodies against the virus, which is what is required for an effective vaccine. But again, he said, all Childress we still need to wit and conduct. Basic laboratory investigations to confirm those type of Texas. Don't think a song there He is the director of the African Centers for Disease Control on Prevention speaking to me earlier, let's go to Sports News now his Alistair Ross Yes. Hello. We've been talking Senegalese faithful to me by surprise with data cynical if I do I want what? Wake a wake up call. Yeah, please. On a coffee would be lovely. Okay, Going on this way. Thanks. Too good off see the first Senegalese side since 2000 and four to reach the group stage off the African champions think they've beaten last season's semifinalists Roya Casablanca on penalties after both legs finished goalless, but in extremely wet conditions in Morocco. Never don't really get a match played on the surface that was so weapon did take place in 10, both winning through and joined in the final 16 by Kaiser Chiefs, the South African Club, one of the biggest on the continent. Never though, have they got to this stage before they want one now in wonder against Romero Dog, Austin, also through fellow South Africans, Mamelodi Sundowns on actually of Egypt, the reigning African champions Every time that hasn't already been decided, will be decided inside the next 12 hours. We will bring you those results on tomorrow's program. Of course in England, top them have one through to the final off the English League Cup. They have beaten second tier Branford by two goals to Nelson Young men on the score sheet yet again. Suppose, defender Eric Dyer says it's a pleasure to have solid Harry Kane both upfront and on form. It's very nice to have players that you know, you know 99% of the time when they get into that position, they're going to score and I think you know Harry's Harry's always had that. I think Sonny is really improved this season. In that sense, I think he's become He's become really lethal in front of goal, so credit to him credit to the work he's put in because he's always been a fantastic player, but I think he's he's got that edge, not on top, then will face the winner off Wednesday's semifinal that is at all traffic between Manchester United and Manchester City Cities. Players will walk out wearing retro number eight shirts in honor off Colin Bell, one of the greatest players in the club's history, is gonna stand named after I've yet to have a bell died on Tuesday. 8 74 Palmeiras have a foot in the final off South America's copper Libertadores. The Brazilian club won three nil away at Argentina's River Plate with the home leg still to come. The other semifinal, Also in Argentina against Brazil affair That's Baka genius taking on sent off. The first leg of that is on Wednesday. It's the first day off the tennis season for a number of the world's biggest players, with the main drawers getting underway at the men's tournaments, Delray Beach and Antalya and the women's event in Abou Diaby, One of those who have.
"colin bell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Platforms you can use to contact melancholic, even college. You can faxes. You can email us and we have a variety of videoconferencing platforms We can use whatever you like. You can talk to balance Alec. You could hire Belen Pollock. You can go through your case all the way to settlement judgment of payment. And not leave your home. Period. We can take care of it for you. If you file a lawsuit, there's going to be certain appearances you have to make. But even those today mostly by video conferencing, not all So We make it easy for you today. We're talking about causation insurance companies many times in many cases, not every case attack causation. Meaning? Yes. You had an actual Yes are insured. Rear ended. You were so sorry, but the forces in the rear in collision were not sufficient. Or adequate under engineer Ian physic principles to cause Cause your injuries. And is that you know, Brad just under a minute ago many times is that what the film is negative. Therefore, there's no injury. Never. We didn't cause anything if there's no injury, but there can be do not ever let somebody say you're not your films were negative there for you could be injured ever. Because many times you got a negative film. You go to the doctor. They maybe they examine your whole back. They push here They push their They called pal patient and they touch you. And then you go. Wow. Yeah, that hurts right there. But your film is negative. Now Graduated. You brought up a great point. I want you to comment on here. Sometimes your films are positive. Sometimes you show a herniated disc, so sometimes you show a bulging disc Adele four or five Or maybe retro Liz thesis or interior? This thesis. I mean, it just moves Or maybe it slipped a little bit. Maybe it slipped two millimeters. You can see that on the film, but there's there. We didn't cause that because the forces Either. We're not sufficient to cause it right Bread or the forces were to another part of your body because we've analyzed all the forces with the laws of physics, and therefore it's all the all the forces onto your shoulder. Not your little back there for women cost or you already had it. We already had, you know, and you already had. And of course you then they started saying we want 10 years worth of medical records. We want 15 years with the medical records. We want to know if you've ever been a complaint of pain await me at your back hurts. From the crash. You're saying it hurts from the crash, and we can see on the on the films that we have a bulging disc or displaced disc. And so yeah, that could cause that pain because it's pressing on nerves and it's causing problems. But wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. I think it was five months ago. They usually try and find this out Depositions. You woke up with back pain. And when you woke up with back pain you called the doctor in. Got some muscle relaxing, sir. You You got some kind of painkiller and Yeah, you had it and after a couple of weeks that went away. And you didn't have that pain anymore. For the next 4.5 5 months, six months he didn't have anymore, but by gosh We now know what caused this problem in. It's not our car crash is whatever was caused that you had this problem back when you had that back pain or maybe much before the crash, and it had had nothing to do with your with where you're sleeping or how your slept and or maybe when you went out and play and work in the garden, and you were bent over worked in the yard. And you were banned over doing things for the entire day. And you're back with sore Or maybe when you were picking up your kid's toys and things out of the art or in the in the basement or in in the playroom and your You felt some pain your back. That's what caused this. It's not a crash from us and you know, not only is a clear and obvious that that had be it, although he hadn't complained about it for six months a year, maybe longer. We know what caused it or or, you know, maybe it's just came on suddenly from the fact that you had a bad anatomical structure. And that's what caused your problem. Right? You just You just weren't made up correctly in the beginning. And don't you ever let that happen? Because we can help you in college three or 37955900? If you have a strategy, Can you win everything we're talking about today? You can do it. And you will not let you start a company say your accident didn't cause your injury didn't have enough forces to cause your injury because guess what we know, we know all these trips in Colin Bell in public any time 303795. 5900. We have officers in Denver and Steamboat Springs. We go all over the state of Colorado. We do all kinds of injury cases, including worker's comp cases, workers. We represent workers. We represent injured victims from car accidents, motorcycle actions, truck accidents, It doesn't matter and by the way, we said a million times a trucking accidents are a whole special breed. It's a whole special animal. You're you and your attorney. Better know what you're doing when you get into a trucking accident with the commercial truck, including huge 18 withers and big rigs, But let's go back to this. This causation issue is what is called a causation issue. And we got more coming.
"colin bell" Discussed on The Product Experience
"Hey everyone, this is Randy. We're doing something a bit different this week. We still have a great interview with two absolutely cracking guests Lillian are still recording the same way. We always do from our homes in the UK. That's me and London and we'll walk in bath or buff, but it would be weird to pretend that this is exactly the same as it's been in the past. It's not bath or bow. Yes. We always record it is odd to do this and with our day job and with family around we're all doing fine. And we hope you and your team's annual loved ones can also the same thing. It's one of the weird thing this week. It's a bit crowded here in the virtual recording booth. We're joined by Mondo products CEO James Mays who was supposed to be somewhere else this week, but it has instead joined us to chat about Wi-Fi MTP is focusing on each of this week James. Thanks very much pleasure to be here. My first time on the actual MTP got right? Yeah. I should be in Sunny Singapore right now. But obviously the world has gone through a rather turbulent. And I'm sitting at home in Brighton. So next thing you were supposed to be running our major Singapore conference six hundred people coming together for the day and celebrate All Things product. Clearly that's not great idea right now. So we've converted the event to a fully digital mind the product experience for the first time. We knew that we couldn't just go straight out and re-create the physical experience. So we put a lot of thought not so much into the tool sets but more in terms of how people are going to consume this information and what's going to be useful and we're essentially creating it a week-long celebration of all things product issue across Asia packed. So guest posts going out on the blog. There's five keynote speaker speaker at noon everyday and workshop content to follow that to Renee's as well and then content side of things. We've got a bunch of posts ago. Now we've been talking to people across the region from companies like IBM and naspers and really getting some insight to what's going on on the ground in a product that has been cultural difference. It's certainly a lot of birth. National Mobility is as a lot of come through awesome. Thanks, James and me and Randy were really excited to be involved in all of this as well. So we'll let you get back to work and we'll get on with our brilliant guess and so this week we have Colin Powell the chief product officer at Peter spot and Adrian Tam the CEO co-founder of brain mates. This was a lot of fun to do. They're both great to chat with us and really insightful about the product seen the course of Asia and the Pacific region and they have some great advice for any product person. So let's get to it off. The product experience is part of the Mind the product Network every week. We talked to the best product people from around the globe about how we improve our practice aside from conferences in London. San Francisco simple hamburger Manchester that's also free product tanks in more than a hundred and eighty five cities and there's probably one there you find out about them online the product, where you can also catch up on past episodes videos from the conference just read great articles and learn about the training that we do. Colin Adrian, thank you so much for joining us this week on the podcast. That's our Asia week special. So we decide to supersize it with both of you for anyone who doesn't already know you do you mind introducing yourselves? So let's go with Adrian first, please show. Hi everyone. My name is Adrian tan. I am the co-founder of the company called brain meets. We're offering in product management since 2004 wild. Yes, and we're consultants and trainers who love to build, you know product management committees and capability. Thanks, Adrian and Colin. Give us a quick intro into your background. Hi everyone great to be here. My name is Colin Bell. I am currently the chief product officer for B2B catering market place called Peter spot, and I've been in product management since 2010 I think and it was actually in my first job. In program management that actually met PG. So yeah. Wow, that's awesome. But you remember I remember. Yes. So you've both spent your entire careers working in Asia, you've been doing product rules for ages and ages and we're just curious because we're both based in the UK originally from the state wage. I have no experience of what the product management seen actually is like in Asia and how it's grown up. So Adrian, I think you've been doing it a little bit longer and have been across more the scenes you mind starting us off and giving us a little bit of background in what it's like and how it's evolved over the last ten fifteen years. Sure. So I'm based in Australia specifically is Cindy and you know, when I started in product management what my office job was in two thousand and product management, I was building the internet works for a telecommunications company. So quite a while back and birth I left to to essentially pursue or professionalize product management. And of course in two thousand for no one knew what I was talking about. It was silence thousand people thought more of it as project management and really didn't understand the value that you know, we were bringing two two two companies. So most of my life has been spent off of educate the community businesses in Australia about what product management is and why you needed and in 2007. I remember feeling kind of frustrated and lonely and so I spent a lot of my time working by myself by the way in two thousand and four and I thought oh my goodness. I really do need some friends and I I I spun up a meet-up wage and I think I had seven people attend and it was just awesome to find some friends and since then it's just gone gangbusters, especially in the last month. Kind of five years where you know, people are furiously creating brand new products innovating and when you do that, then you start to you know need the discipline that project management brings. So the community is supercharged. It's vibrant. There's lots of meetups there's lots of get-togethers there's and it's kind of like a family so it's really nice, you know, you can go to product camp and see some more mates and I can see well I see Colin here so he's an old maid you see you mate and you know, it's and you talk about, you know, the challenges of the job, but then you kind of celebrate as well how well, you know, we've all done so it's it's great except for right now, of course, but that's a different story. I will cover that in a minute actually, but Colin, what's your experience? Cuz you're you based in Kuala Lumpur. It's like, yes, so I'm based in what we call it. Chaos Malaysians real of our economy's so we call log. A land-based in Malaysia working in my my whole life basically and I think the scene is of course not as developed as other parts of Asia Bank, especially like I say Australia worth much more vibrant. So when when I started in 2010 and I've kind of felt a bit like what Adrian was feeling right? And nobody knew, in fact, I still remember when when I told my father-in-law was going to take a role in product management as like, I don't know what this thing is. Is it safe to know? Yeah, and so like right now though the scene is is much more exciting because I think more and more companies are beginning to see the value of being product-driven other companies are understanding or starting to realize that it's really important to have place at the table. So it's it's not as mature as some of our other countries within Asia back, but it's it's a really interesting time to be in in the asia-pacific. Big region, I think because they are different the different parts of it. And there's a lot of new answers to be that makes it really interesting Adrian M. 2004 is early for practice Management in any part of the world. And how'd you come across it in the first place would and what was.
"colin bell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And now they're They're awesome. Daughters are Americans, right? There's no place else to go where we gotta go. It's like somebody said on Twitter. You only vote for socialism once because once it's in place, there is no undoing it. There's no There's no more democracy after that, So that's something to really think about when it comes time. Tio make your election choices, Ray as aside, Okay, Justus aside, when it comes to our education, I read it. I read it. A headline this morning and I know that you tweeted us out yesterday. This is a headline in the New York Post. Nearly 20% of millennials Gen. Z in New York believe that Jews caused the Holocaust. This is what they believe you guys, This is what they believe. Why do you think they believe this? Why? Well because they're very, very wrapped up in their white fur. Julia, is that what that's what's important for them to know. Our educational system sucks. And that's why we're failing on all levels. Math and English and science were failing on We're failing our care. Failing are on all these levels. But by golly there Whoa! Yeah, And apparently that is all we care about now is just creating these drones that are going to go vote Democrat for the rest of their lives. Unbelievable. This is just nuts. Please. We are imploring you if you are Parent of a kid in school. Start reading what is being told what is being given out to the teachers about how there to introduce this information and fight against its? I don't know how. I don't know how else to say it except to just say that, you know you just you've got to push back. It's the only way the change can happen. Um, really quickly. We also need to talk about Harry and Meghan. The mark ALS as they're collectively known now, Harry Harry took her name. It's official. He got his doodads cut off. Officially took her name right? Because he doesn't have any doodads anymore. Not have the doodads, you know that they have the $100 Million Netflix deal. Well, now they're pitching. A documentary about black lives matter about Patrice Cullors specifically who is, of course on video saying, Oh, train Marxism. Yeah, That's our ideology. The framework behind the black lives matter. Movement is Marxism. So that is what you know. It's everywhere. It's Hollywood School. Yeah, there again, she separation. He's gonna prop this woman up. She'll probably this chick will be all over T shirts. Kids like she's so cool on. She's so great and here again, they're going to do this in a capitalist. Business model, right? And this chick will be splashed all over things. Kids will eat this up with a spoon, and they're going to be talking about the wonders of socialism. They can't see how dumb this is, You know? This is the thing. It's crazy. It's absolutely crazy, The prop her up with some sort of deity, and she's a Marxist, and they'll do this within the confines of a capitalist business model. I just it blows me, Wes, who deserves a documentary and Yeah, and meanwhile hearing Megan are raking in 100 million bucks doing it. It's crazy that it is insane, by the way, Speaking of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Apparently it was Prince Harry's 36 birthday Tuesday yesterday, and so there were several different photos shared by the Queen by Prince Charles by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. They were showing, you know, like Happy Birthday pictures to Prince Harry. None of them even though there were several moments from his life. None of them included Meg again, which was kind of like I think it's funny. Letting you go? No, man, we broke up the band. So I mean, it's winter. So mad so mad about there. They do not do that, Megan And speaking of celebrity news, you will be pleased to know Or maybe you won't maybe will be devastated to find out the Kim Kardashian, Mark Ruffalo and others are taking a one day break. Instagram and Facebook. My God, because they're trying Tio take a stand a very stunning and brave stand against Facebook's hate and misinformation platform. Old day without kids, But I don't know how we're going to start either. What is rob going to dio without her, but It's devastating. I'm sure lots of lots of people listening right now. And also Cardi B. Who You may know, from such things as being a political analyst, one who was deemed suitable to interview the Democratic nominee for president of the first big interview for him was the big first in your interview. Yeah, You may also know her from such things as being a trashy, vulgar Had she was a prostitute. Oh, yeah. And she robbed people. Trish, She robbed the guys. Yeah, John's or whatever. Whatever. I don't know what he called I'm Rob. What do you call? What? I know that you like you're an expert. I've never paid for sex in mind. She's got quite a history, you guys and now apparently even offset her husband is tired of her crap. Actually, to be fair. She's his brain. What is his God given name so glad you asked Because I actually decided to write a post about this chick right dot com yesterday because I felt like it. Was that important? Yeah, they're real names. Her real name is Collis Al Man's R and his nearly the bell Collis is her first name. That's her real first name. L. Colin Bell. Collins b L C a l I s Or maybe it's Belka Lease. I don't I don't Yeah, And then his name Offsets. Really. Name is Chiari. See? Fists. Oh, Tio. They have a daughter who is too named culture with K. Yeah, I knew that. God bless her, right. I'm so worried about her. Mainly because her name is culture with the K. I mean it also because her parents Yeah, that's to be fair. I know. I said offset was tired of Carnegie's crap. But it turns out that Carty is actually tired of offsets Gray because he is a serial cheater. So he has been cheating on her like a lot. In fact, they almost broke up apparently two years ago, when they were only just married and now and she forgave him very publicly. It was like this big public deal, and then now, apparently, she's just gotten really tired of the well. I mean, they made it. Three years is like a long time. Eternity. Yeah, I mean, that's what I like. In normal people, years. It's like 110. It really is and vile people. It's creepy, All right. We had. We had an update on South Park next and then also, I went on on de Blasio. I know everybody is really looking forward to that's a state. Whether they're falling.
"colin bell" Discussed on KTRH
"All improvement your total home improvement stores that said Missouri city hello Ralph well one Colin bell your opinion we got a child a new maternal Moshe shower our show all and it's all crowded up each year and the years there's actually no older going underneath the tile no one turned out and please hang up of these acrylic Walsh back in late July hold up okay yeah yeah they actually hold up very well yeah because what's what you probably have is sheet rock behind the tile and once it starts yep once it starts getting wet it's done it's it's toast that's reason and this is just for everybody listening if you're gonna put in tile put the concrete backer board behind it it in the shower the green rock the moisture rocks that's for the rest of the bathroom not the wet areas of shower around the tub that that's where you got to use the concrete backer boards but absolutely the young man made materials and all those synthetics the rooster single piece on each wall they do an amazing job that's what we're going to put in and I'm not sure how to check with you if you got a brand that you're looking at well delta okay yep that's a good one if you need a secondary one that you want to look at take a look at onyx O. N. Y. X. yeah it's it's one that I used to install for right several years ago and just a great product okay all right no worries I needed delta and virgin America out nine point nine yeah yep that's I appreciate your.
"colin bell" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
"Like the parents have to make sure it gets done and have to sign by the Qin so I know there's extra responsibility but Dan. That's still way far from full on home. Schooling right a right down to science and health as study found that the combination of CBD and Bassin Bassa trashing which we did look up. Massive traffic is suggested to be putative novel treatment in clinical settings for treatment of infections with antibiotic resistant gram positive bacteria. So I mean that's great. Yeah it's a synergistic. One two Combo Yep right. Study of toxicology tests of women admitted to hospital labor and delivery units concluded that prevalence of cannabis use until the time of delivery vary by location but were largely unchanged over a period of drug liberalization. That's cool to hear Meaning that these women were consuming it just as much as you know now as they were before just they're more open about it now. I wonder if I was in that testing. I would hope so. That'd be cool because they did come and talk to me. We've talked about this on the show before you know. We had a sit down with a within twenty four hours. It was a burden next morning. Even yes interesting. Say The least but it was concluded in the idea that she was there for just information. Yeah she she did. Tell us personally that she did not want to have to that. They want to stop doing this. When it comes to cannabis right right so so good job women and good for sticking to your guns but also being honest he knows. Take a stand I know that there's probably some states out there. You probably do not want to take that stand yet but when it comes time you know take that stand just so we can get it the normalization of it like let's get normalized. It's something that they they say. It's okay for you to drink glass of wine. But they don't okay you to drink. To have some cannabis honestly cannabis would help any of the symptoms that you may have well and so. That's a good point is that there's all different kinds of methods. And there's all different kinds of cannabis use so I think minimum we need to have some research Yeah Yeah so really. Minimum is education. Oh I should say research than education. So this'll be a good one end with a poll of us. Adults who use marijuana found that twenty eight percent have consumed more than usual in the past two weeks. I wonder why fourteen percent have used less. Which means they probably you're broke tightwad. Just broke just kidding completely. Just getting and thirty six percent have seen no change. So they're just trudging along that's cool. Maintaining which a lot of people have come in and just bought their normal amount. Yeah yeah which is cool. I'm feeling bad for the fourteen percent. twenty eight percent. That's consuming more. I think I might be in that. That percentage I have been smoking blunts lately. And who cares if it's if it's keeping you sane. I mean it's if if you're drinking a lot of alcohol in your drinking tea in twenty percent of your drinking and more now I feel bad for your kids and your wife that is an essential is liquor stores. Don't know how but okay all right. Let's move on now. I brought on Colin Bell from P and this is an interview. That should've happened forty episodes ago. We've been using mammoth pee on our garden for a long fucking time for years in at least since two thousand fifteen and that was before the show started using s Aleph and mammoth he as long as we have grown together. I think the same year right because we got it at the Indo Expo right right and we've us both success. I E I've been meaning to talk with Colin for all this time about finally got to sit down with them and we had a great talk not just about mammoth p. I mean we did talk about the product new biocontrol we talked about. Ma'am I also address some very tough questions with him about the mammoth P in terms of like you know there's some PG issues that people ask about some questions There's also some other directed questions that people that are you know. Skeptical Are Really always bring it up so I addressed those questions in this interview and I hope that people get some sort of information out of that This is a personal preference and I love him. I mean for outdoor grow. It works awesome right and I've had nothing ever bad. Come out of it and you know being what it is and the knowledge I have of it. I'm very confident in the product. This new biocontrol. We're trying this year. I'm excited about another thing. That people talk about you know. It's it's an extra time oil but there's some method behind that madness and so it's not just time oil which is one of the biggest questions you know. Why can't I make time oil? Well you can. But there's some science behind with they put in the bottle. He talks about that a little bit too but aside all that gets no call on and ask other deeper questions about things and talk about some really cool so I hope everybody enjoys it and Even if you don't use mammoth P it's good episode to To listen to because we do talk about some science on bacteria biodynamic growing scientists. I didn't even know that you could feel hunt. Bacteria make sense though. Yeah it does make sense. You could pheno hunt. Humans agreed I guess. Anything that evolves life evolves. I guess it creates some sort of Fino's right. I just didn't think of it that way. And and and that was part of his. His education in life was actually seen hunting. Bacteria which I think is pretty frightened cool but with that said I hope you enjoy the show now before we start though. I WANNA shout out. Two things. One is I G I haven't you know blasted anybody out yet in terms of like a good page but if if I haven't said it before sustainable planet so for people out there look up at sustainable planet that ID page rocks. They're actually a soil testing company. That do some great work but aside from that the information on there. Jiji is just incredible. They have a fact. Friday can't miss it's awesome stuff. Check them out also to onion grill. Shout out to you brother. I said we would now when we did the interview with Colin. I had put out a post on her story about questions. People wanted to ask Colin in. We got a bunch of questions in and out of them. We picked this gentleman's him ask him ask calling a direct question for Unin grilling appreciate brother. Thanks for being a part of that and thanks for winning. I did send him a package. So you got some samples shirt and shit like that so again we appreciate you shoutout a shout out to him on the interview all right so we appreciate everybody. Conserve your toilet paper and when you get that. Twelve hundred bucks is what it's supposed to be man that's curdle don't spend it all on. We'd actually should. Then he's rags for toilet. Paper Oregon love organized a rooted so many Colin Bell. I am the CO founder of mammoth microbes. I'm also now on the company. My mouth on employee of the company after a role other than just a figurehead right. I'm officially the chief Revenue Officer for a company. Now which means the leaves of the marketing efforts for the company. Now correct me if I'm wrong. Initially you guys developed or started developing mammoth P. E. Colorado state. Back Louis. Right you know we have a story so funky CO founder. So I kind of do whatever I've asked to do or what requires the company requires of me at any one time but I don't have a PG microbiology environmental microbiology. I'm really scientists leading the sale happening now so you know it but it is uncommon Jenner. Some good at a lot of but I am a great student. I can learn very well. But at the university research scientists and burn we were doing basically fundamental research academic institution where our specialty is focused on. Plant Microbe interactions and understanding the down out micros. So take plant. Success Plan how resilient different climate change in Europe so by background in environmental micro-biology lol credited on our mental conditions and how environmental selection changes or influences biodiversity plants or microbes so taking that research into the university. We work for five years from two thousand ten to two thousand fifteen basically working on the same stuff ultimately thinking about ways to be more make more of an impact or society bringing value with our academic knowledge right now instead of just kind of writing papers which were very successful during getting grant money which rivers social doing twenty came up with the idea as a team me my coat boundaries start developing microbial solutions for targeted precision Optionality at farmers could use to enhance quality neal's You know globally. We wanted to feed the world. Natural sustainable using micro say. When did you really come out of the gate with the mammoth p? Was like in fourteen thirteen. Yeah that's a good point so I love the university. In Mark's twenty fifteenth were. Were really funny. Sixty was very are going to be a university so.
"colin bell" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Dollars to make that up and that's not gonna happen so I think we need to really hunker down I noticed yesterday that actually took a hit in the market just which means that investors are starting to worry cities and states might actually do people at the high level of investor taking this very seriously this is the Thom Hartmann program they're looking at situations where of cities smaller towns and cities or states are completely overwhelmed they may not be able to make their bond payments that's great depression stuff and welcome back so ten in Los Angeles Hey Tim what's on your mind just the who's with me yesterday I started by reading instead of shaking their hands the other agents do Linda I think that that might be a really good practice you know true although I agree and and in fact I'm I'm Colin bell well I have and I'll bet anything if you could get a time machine and go back a thousand or three thousand or five thousand years you will discover that there was a time in Asia where there was some sort of an epidemic that was transmitted person to person like this is and that was when people began bowing to each other and probably in India as well because in India they also about and and they also burned bodies you know when people die which is a very high percentage everything to do so yeah I I think you're right Tim and I I and in fact I I I forget what show I was watching this morning to somebody on TV was like a list to an elbow bump and of the doctor that they were talking to said now don't do albums because that puts you within that three foot range where a person breathes on you when they're sick you've got it just about just about so tell me how to something thanks a lot for the call Terry in Santa Barbara California eight Terry what's on your mind today hi Tom I'm calling to talk about the airlines who are also profiteering from the school closing our daughter or granddaughter is Backes data I. D. league and the last week the chair to come home from Trenton to LA acts with a hundred and forty seven dollars today at three hundred and forty eight dollars because they were told to clear out their dorms and to put everything in storage by Friday and that was really hard and at Stanford the student wrote an open letter thousands of them trying to talking about how difficult and expensive it would be especially for people on support from the school and I think that I hope the schools are stepping out in any way they are going to take online classes till the end of the year and are also UCLA the perhaps the commencement swimmer even be canceled this year so anyway I was really upset about the airline's profiteering it was in particular United Airlines we have together and other homes from Princeton and it's going to be really expensive because she's on financial aid and nobody's taking account of this sort of thing for the students that's what I wanted to say and I thank you for everything I always here on your program thanks a lot well thank you Terry hi yeah I when we moved to Vermont in the late nineties from Atlanta I'd always flown delta and then I and then I had to start flying United because that was basically the only service out of Burlington Vermont and I continue to do that for a couple years out here and in Portland but now I've been flying delta and Alaska what I've discovered is that United is totally predatory I mean the the the in the ticket prices on on delta and Alaska are a fraction of what they are on United and that gets people sucked in through their frequent flyer programs and then just wring them dry and they make it really hard for you to cancel and really hard to change flights and there's a fee for everything and you know our airlines as they've gotten larger and larger more more monopolistic I've got more more predatory so.
"colin bell" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Shade tree believes one of four three my FM Valentine in the morning valves over a KTLA were watching in here I don't know if you have a like recorded at home or whatnot if you can hit the DVR we'll be at any second his signal to us will be a stroke of the staff right yes there was talk about Sam Rubin possibly touching his mustache so we'll wait and see what they actually do yeah I hope it does and you know what Colin bell son calling came to work with them today and they're both of our KTLA and my money is on calling making an appearance okay on the morning news yeah it does look to be the mustache touching as it was coming in my mouth I realize that you're sitting in a mustache touching maybe to come right yeah now we're watching for a million here should be on any man and he's out talking about not very far more passes into our private party coming up at ten o'clock this morning and my yeah and yeah and cross yes if three do you he is so hopefully yeah yes so hopefully so hopefully more variety four three the view now this you so music more variety one oh four three when the morning call you will every dog you to the we wait for the right to use the to best deal twenty four three my FM more music more variety Valentine is over KTLA he just wrapped up his appearance and while we were discussing Jill and I were discussing the things that we would see right he asked us before he left because he was he was going over there to talk about our big holiday party announcement farm so we said we guys want me to do is like as a special little you know a code just for you guys are a little wink to the crew back here and he he said he's going to touch his mustache for us yes growing moustaches this month from November he had one on TV and he did touch afford to get a little rob toward the end right was first I said better yet what are you have Sam Rubin touch your mustache was interviewing you how can joking he did it he did it several times well in times mustache on TV because I threw it out there yes joke they're talking about the mustache within Val ask you say I'm going to touch it Sam what else Colin made an appearance is dead Colin came out and join him at the the news desk he was there and he kissed Valentine Valentine and Snoopy made out on TV so successful appearance all around I'm sure if we get the link will put it up on our website if you missed it but it went well and again he was on there promoting our big holiday party we just announced last week we just had given a ticket this morning at six AM we've got these tickets until midnight yeah every hour you're next has one is coming up at ten o'clock with Lisa fox four packs passes to come hang out with us we shut the place down we take it over not to marry farm how you do it every single year and it is absolutely the best of the chance for doing like Jill said at ten with Lisa fox we are on the whole play as well right now the Diana has a check of the roadways.
"colin bell" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!
"Live in the middle of a massive attack right now it wouldn't be the twentieth anniversary without a messy attack no he's pointing his finger and telling Passi no I don't know how that works but just thinking how they appear to be having air down we do this for another twenty years I'll be fifty seven sixty I'll be sixty the funny thing is you say if transfers is topical trains merciless way less topic only started it God Massey just ran away from me for the acid on the floor jumps on him from behind during all Ben we'll have a really could be preparing to sneak attack awesome this is not stage anyway as for as for why people keep wishing you know twenty more years out of us they loved the show but they hate US there you go that's true are POW greg metcalf please put out the audio for the first episode of the end of this week's episode I plan to thank you for the suggestion Colin Bell congratulations guys keep awesome work big hugs from Scotland Oh okay so our pal Alex J thirty three hundred six congrats Brian and everyone on the team now point out when I first started doing see there were basically two people that I consulted with on this who I always consider co-founders even out is only on the show like once but Alex and Mad Max M. F. P. from we g in these transformers those two guys we sort of talk through their my sounding board on on pulling this together all these years ago yeah Alex has been a friend for free ever and I appreciate that Alex and maybe at t.f con will be gone away to get you on the show Aaron West as sort of listening only in two thousand sixteen but being longtime transfers fan made it easy to get started and feel like I've known RC CAST for years already common interests common experiences love the show thank you and the last one and Paulin V. Congrats been listening since the beginning and we have a wild John Luna who has finally appeared hey better the very clever hey you weren't there at the very beginning it was like three weeks later I was was it okay the order was me turn then John I think I think Jonathan's press cool like within a month you were there yeah we recruit each did you recruit me off a att. How's that work gratitude? I I'm pretty sure to note we only Ligi yet okay so I'm the one that lured you into so no no I didn't I didn't like go to anybody say how can you can you help people came to me I think you wanted to be part of it and here you are twenty years later but yeah so INCR- same thing with Chris same thing with Rob Springer those Rob Freak me out as a couple years later yeah ranch just a random just change a random AOL I am decayed you WanNa come to Atlanta where are you where are you talking to me don't but yeah hey back in the day on att and wide there was no direct message functionality their email but on August on the RMC website I listed my personal a address or aim ID in my ICQ my email address ICQ and I think there was a widget or something yeah that you could from the site Click and it would jump to aim I'm pretty sure there's a main could be addressable via hyperlinked so it could but yeah so John Mop boy joined around the same time Scott Johnson I haven't talked to him in a while it's not about like trying to get some folks together and like do a chat for for this episode but I did that for the fifth anniversary episode nobody cared about me but so this is your life kind of thing that's kind of what it was yeah yeah but I you know actually though you know somebody early on at that that point too is about it luckier later but jd jd sort of joined in early on so someone a lot of people a lot of friends we've made over the years Anthony Rick Alley from TFEU INFO of course of course we knew him before then but he came around and Did that hooper axe again we knew him beforehand but oh lifelong lifelong friends have been made along the way during our se and Before you got here it was towing dime even though don was on the show until two thousand twelve he was dead the topic of conversation Oh legend living living legends. I can't he's on the Mount Rushmore of transplant fans yes he is I think I've told him that I beat him in a fantastic once or at least somebody high yet I wasn't by name somebody somebody highly inspired doc had mastered it was literally it was I think it was literally had one line but it was it was supposed to be mastered on Yes on check please yeah I wasn't stalking you you you made you made a cameo fanfare that I wrote like in two thousand or two thousand one On the right context like the Kazai I know the kind of fantastic Outta here this he'll be he's talking about you had a highly flattering cameo appearances it could have gone much worse for you based on some of the things he really just horrific but yes what is the Peter Colin Fan fix it was not the one I posted Sunanda it was actually posted under my name why am I asking for headmaster our space I if I remember quickly in the fantastic it was it took place at a fictional dot com and there's acute the key during the like the Hasbro Cuna you stood up and ask for our C and whoever was doing the panel I think it Might Have Been Peter Colin in story told you to shut up and sit down and they would make sense in context and then you shut up inset down flattering that was it God's giving comes up operates great he doesn't know how to read spawned I mean you you know we've lived with this knowledge for a long time Don's just learning about this now you can't blame him for being a little bit taken back. Yeah I'd like to actually do something with all those like not the students pseudo-medical or whatever the fanfare hosted in her like a a an assumed name though like all the stuff that I posted under my own liked transfers page like like linked all that stuff I used to be my Geo city site and it's long-on but something popped up today I just did a random search and Chris Bucci I think it's she the the guy who created like the transfer site that really got me into transformers which is the transfer collector on Geo cities I actually found an archived version of that on the go cities or whatever the the archive is called and I was looking over it and like it just brought back seventy memories I just really miss when you know pages were simple static html Oh and you know people would you up loot like is almost like a blog but blogs were a thing at that point because that was like the mid nineties but I'd like to have a page like that The post like all might stop and Got Fan fix I've been working on for twenty years I really WanNa finish I really still WANNA finish that mash transformers crossover I have so many ideas for that in my head but yeah maybe eventually always netflix sell this sell the screw to Netflix I think Murphy came back to know Great Oh yeah Massey is terrorizing right now they're having an argument let's jump to maybe don maybe blood will be drawn a mess he is now in hand I think has been settled Massey does not look happy Massey's accent shoot t.f dot net slash live it's really deceptive that's true the tail is not looking so cute right now though done me sacrifice is skin for our entertains piece on her doc sacrifice life for what we got this week I'll go I got the off road patrol I couldn't remember his new or not I saw that it was new on asthma balls and I don't think I have it so I bought it it is what it is Mike Masters I don't think you're my favorites by any stretch but don stood up and still having argument with the cast supplicating himself he's about his knees and ask for forgiveness giving the cat treats breath the bribe it's it's quickly me alone please don't draw blood curson threes but I also got the Walmart exclusive the Amazon exclusive three pack of impacter Garage and Aragon I haven't put Aragon together one piece ause I liked the way it comes in the box it is so hideously ugly but I honestly Kinda like it reminded me a lot of like last week I forgot I had a little ran for a moment we're on a celebrated repaint says You know like a cornerstone of transfer isn't really is and but like for every really high quality repaint were they add something or expand the transmit those with like a really clever repaint you know oftentimes there's a like a retailer exclusive version that's just a HAP- dash crappy cheapo repainted adds a race stripe or something or makes g to that's kind of what we have here impacter is different but Mirage is like all clear plastic and it's hideously ugly but I like it it's awesome yes so I love it but I like it I love Jot I like this even colorless would have been better it would have been that's true it's just awful that is a really classic three pack kind of I guess arrangement yeah because it's like what it's got like you were saying it's like it's one original toy that everybody wants and two very question notable slightly different takes on mainline toys. It's all about that that that original one they make you the two other kind of bizarro repaint that's a very classic transformers trope it makes it kind of feel like the early two thousands yeah and it's funky packaging this kind of like unnecessary make way back yeah it does remind me like the universe versus packs yeah we're it's like who we thought really hard about the pack for some reason so arrogant I ki- he makes he like expands he makes impact or Taller is that like the recommended form factor for is feet his feet makes other feet is that what he's supposed to do well I mean the content of supposed to with weaponize so lose anyway but I mean a common thing is shoes okay I I've yet to do shoes for any of these so that I'm new to shoes for weaponize irs many better things you can do other than shoes that yes it would be uncommon for people to just start out with the shoot was comes out package as shoes yeah I mean I've I've found that all the gears there on the tread make for a passable missile battery Yes oh yeah I can see that yeah that works 'cause 'cause it's kind of weird because the entire brave line Dr Saber like most of what victory Oh does become choose well yeah backpacking shoes yeah so yeah I don't wish they had I'm Brian go ahead I have nothing to say well I kind of wish they had done this mirage like ocular Max different with him being the half phasing and people that couldn't Afr- people that couldn't get the con- exclusive to the two versions I did bomber clear Blah that's that's the weird accent you got there done coke zero attention do coke lawyer Pepsi Max in your honor I okay so I think that's all you got anything Yeah Matt What'd you get the fan vote three pack as well impacter is basically the same toy as the regular issue impacter except he does have the I..
"colin bell" Discussed on I Read Comic Book
"That's based on the blueprint that we designed designed in issue one so he's yeah he's gathered is like a speed demon. <hes> you know it's it you know it mike my artist and co creator spencer locke where he's on geogra- junior he works entirely traditionally and so you know you you gotta pay himself you know so he doesn't blog stressed gavin. It does a combination of <hes>. He does <hes> pencils digitally and angst traditionally and he's got. He's got a very streamlined style. You know it's kind of like in that jamie mckelvie <hes> dr taner kind of school and so <hes> he he draws bass and that was that really lit a fire under me. I'm not the the fastest rate in the world so i was glad that i had the treatment so locked down <hes> because it was just you know it it meant that i could kind of focus just just on the characters and be able to sort of cram in as much characterizations. I could add a panel or two so <hes> <hes> arianna was the next member of the team that i brought on <hes> i i had spoken with colin bell might letter on spencer locke and the based on the the production timetable. I realized as like okay. I've got to have colin focused on spencer and lock to since we were we were the process of getting that book made and so <hes> i i thought at the time you know <hes> because gavin i have looked in a mirror. Were we're both men and this is a book a female lead book you know sort of a talking about a bride and her kind of kerr fears of commitment and i thought it would be important to to bring women onto the team <hes> you know and so <hes> i really liked ariana's work. Nancy drew <hes> <hes>. I loved kind of the way that she made that book. She really made all the one liners cinema book and so arianna felt like really the the only only natural choice for this book and she's just been a godsend a team <hes> she she started the most experienced veteran out of all all of us <hes> and so she's sort of the one who's able to say hey david lake just in terms of lake actual prints backs you should do x y and z and so <hes> <hes> and the fact that she makes all my one-liners bounce that that that that's a huge help <hes> liz kramer. <hes> is our secret weapon. She's our colors the book she was the the final member of the team that we brought on board. I can't say enough good things about this. <hes> she's going to be the next lower mark. <hes> she is fantastic we had gone through a a number of colorist colorist on chapel but either due to scheduling or just due to you know the the the styles bashing we hadn't found sort of the tolerance that i thought that was the home run yet and jason smith really proved this to meet inside surin lock which is <hes> finding the right colorist is so important art book it really makes or breaks the book <hes> because a good color as can elevate any art but a bad color or i should say the the wrong. Colorist can take even the strongest start liz. I think it you know she's she's sort of that rare jab where like she just knocked it out of the park. <hes> this is a direct market byu <hes> she is wells gavin and <hes> i you know i'm waiting for her to start racking up award nominations for this doc <hes> she adds such a lovely sense of texture to the book nam that i don't really see the direct market very much <hes> it's sort of the the boreal look at it or you could see abs almost sort of a granular texture to it and she's also very literate in terms of her influences <unk> out. She and i talked a lot about that. At wilson's work in black widow a patricia martines work in secret weapons over valiant particularly the way that patricia <hes> she uses accent colors a lot and <unk> have very unorthodox pallets based on that.
"colin bell" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Okay. Oh, yeah. It's already time my gash. Oh, yeah. You gotta have your little intro. Colin bell. Because it's about to get hot in here. Look at me. Thanks, mark. Liam fan Kim. Coming in and out of the bullpen with health bells, gotta happen. Just came into the eight wasn't your time yet, I'm getting hold right now. I'm saving it for the closer, the legendary interrupters skyro-. I'm sorry. But I just wanted to make sure that I never being a negative about might me needs ear. Okay. You got it. I do need to hear it, though. Yeah. Gotta takes. He's a counterpuncher. What I try where do you start David? Okay. I want to start with the immigration and throw this throw a new number actually here, Scott. So we talked yesterday about the surprising surge in migrants apprehended at the southern border. Well, we've got some new numbers out here new border surged prompts at ten percent. Jump in twenty nineteen prediction experts are now predicting over a million illegal immigrants. This year will be stopped at the border. There's a reason why. Because it's open season. They know they have gotten the message that Democrats are going to go to the courts. Are you may not be as detailed as naming political parties? But Democrats are activists are going to go to the courts and stop any effort by this current administration to enforce the border. They know that they are sending that message that the head of the border patrol said that this morning. Well, and more in a second. The fact that they know that if they bring in child, and they're telling us this that they will be let into the US they're coming. We have apprehended over two hundred and thirty thousand children being brought into the country illegally between the ports of entry this year already that's unprecedented numbers vicious, they don't even have to claim a silent and they know that were interviewing these families as we apprehend them they're telling us that they are being told by smugglers, they are hearing announcements in their own country. Of if they come right now. And they bring a child, they will be released, and that is.
"colin bell" Discussed on I Read Comic Books
"Fans want. Right. So I'm just a big fan of this age of X men event. I think it's so much fun. And they know where the pitfalls are, and they so they just been completely voting them, and I appreciate it a lot. For show this week. We have a very special guest as we said, in the first half David, Pepe the writer and creator of Spencer, unlock, and the new volume of Spencer, Locke Spencer, locked to that is coming out. Very, very soon. David could you tell us a little bit about what people can expect from Spencer locked to if they've read the first volume? Yeah. Well know if you're familiar with the original Spencer and long are easy elevator pitch is what of Calvin and Hobbes grew up in sin city, it's about hardwood, detective lock and his partner who happens to be a seven foot tall imaginary talking panther named Spencer for our sequel. Our we're taking the fables approach no comic strip is safe. We're doing hardboiled cabinet Hobbs versus hardcore beetle Bailey. We're gonna have our new villain. Roach Riley is kind of like if heath ledgers joker had survived the events of the deer hunter, and they're going to sort of be on a collision course a big head to head as it were. So. We're really excited the first issue of Spencer law, two drops may, I the Wednesday before free comic book day, and yet, this is our sequel. It's bigger and better than ever. And I you know, I it's been a long time in the making son. I'm really excited for readers to see what we've been cooking up all this time. Yeah. I mean you were super gracious enough to let us read that issue before came out and I will say going from I read volume one leading into the first issue volume two and I can tell the quality just like went up one hundred times over like honestly the series feels like so much better than the first. And the first one was good. I enjoyed it. But like the second one holy cow. You guys have seriously knocked it out of the park with the first issue. I feel like we really I think we all leveled up a lot over the course of our first volume. And on top of that we just got to know each other. I mean, the great thing about Spencer in law to is the whole band, is back my artist and co co-creator Jorges, Santiago. Junior are color is Jason Smith. Our letter, Colin bell in our variant cover artists Mont house, in Joe moldy. They're all back. And, you know, the core creative team each were nominated for a rig award for our work in the first last year and seeing how well we've kind of jelled together since our time in the trenches last time it certainly made the production, a volume two hundred times easier than the first volume and I really think that the bar of quality, it really has a has gone up. I mean, I can't say enough great things about a whore Hayes art in this book on really lake you know, he. Because he's so comfortable with the characters now they're so much he can do. And we get to kinda throw in a few different genres into the mix similar like we did in our first volume where we had a nice little Sifi interlude, now, we're getting to sort of inject bits of, you know, from, from war, comics from horror, or even a little bit of an unexpected a superhero nod in the middle of this. It's, it's, it's, you know, whore Hayes potential is, I think, I think, limitless, and so seeing really kinda tear out on this book. It inspires me to bring my game and it expired inspires me at kind of throw everything in the kitchen, sink Adam, because I know not get out of the part, totally I, I noticed the dramatic like change in the art going from volume. One volume two in the Jorges art is phenomenally better like and I'm not trying to insult the previous. Volume. But like you can tell there was a ton of growth, between one and two. It's, it's incredible. I think he and I, we talk constantly, you know, in terms of just how we build up a page. I mean, we'll eat a wicked like a page long Email, just talking about outs because we're both very verbose in cerebral in, in our in our creative process. And but honestly, like you know, now Horford knows what I'm about, and what I did, and I know what he likes and what he enjoys doing. And so it's been a really cool partnership and watching it grow involve has been really thrilling for me, and, you know, just being able to say, okay, I know that we're a really likes horror. Let's see what he does with a bunch of killer Nazi mutant snowman, for example. That's, that's that'll be a nice Fook for our thirty issue that's in pre orders right now. And yet, he just now I mean, the guy the guy is just an artists artists, and I can't say enough good things about speaking of you bringing up the members of your, your creative team in whatnot. I have to I have to wonder being someone who always kind of, is curious about the nuts and bolts looking under the hood of things. How did your what was like sort of the inception of your creative team? How did that come to be? I know that like image. You have to show up with everybody on board like they're not going to assign you. Anybody you're not going to be given an editor recommended in artists, how did this process work with action lab. Will, I'm glad you mentioned the image model that I say that it's very similar to the model in that regard. Okay. You know, you have to come in your own team already in place in so I the way that might team came together. Colin bell are letter was actually, the first person on board. I've known Colin for years, he used to freelance for me. At is Rama reviews team before he became a fancy schmancy professional letter. And so I when I had written the first issue, script and treatment for Spencer in law. And I thought maybe I would try to quit together as an actual pitch to shop around, which is kind of like a forbidden on real thought for me at the Colin was the letter or new. And so, I said, hey buddy, like if I did this would you in winter it for me, and I think he probably was like this is a good happen. Sure. Why not? Portray was the next member of the team. You know, in, of course, finding the right artist is crucial. It's, it's really the thing that'll make or break your book. And so I, I looked at Justin Jordan, and the strange town of Luther strode is kinda my blueprint for the launch of this book. It was Justin breakout book it kick started the rest of his career, and Justin's a very smart guy. He's got a lot of great ideas. But I think the smartest thing that he did it for Luther strode was he brought on trad more. His trad is such just a next level artists that you write anything and is tragic drawing it, you know, people are gonna look at it. So I, I thought a where's the next trad Morgan comes home? And so, I looked at the art schools trad is a is a graduate of the savannah, college of art design. So I look there I looked at risk. The SPA the Cuban school, anybody who had a portfolio from an art school that talked about comics, or sequential art. I looked up and I emailed, a lot of people but whore. Hey really kind of stuck at bequeath on because he you know, he had that sort of energy in fluidity to is his artwork, particularly of the action sequences, but he also had a very expressive core to it all very emotional. And so, you know, it really worked up nicely because key, and I have similar sensibilities in that regard that we'd love, especially having these very kind of tear Jerker, heartbreaking moments in our scripts, that's something that he and I clicked on very early on. And that kind of pushed me to include more of that stuff in in in, in the series. Jason Smith was kind of the final piece of the puzzle. It was really tough. Finding the. The, the right colorist in, you know, people talk about, oh, how can I find the right artists, and you know with enough numbers you can do that? If you reach out to enough people, you, you can find a good artist for your book, but finding the right colorist is something that I don't think people talk about a lot. A good colorist can elevate any art, a bad color can tank anything. And we went through a couple of different colors before we found Jason our first colorist was very nice. But the their style did not fit where his art it wasn't. It was it was a little too fluorescent know it didn't quite work for his style. And then we had another colorist who took our money and vanished. That was not how jeez, that's usually a strike against the person. I mean and this, this was was who was a professional who should have known better. And an finally kind of out of desperation, I post on Facebook one day saying, hey, I'm looking for a colorist and Taylor. Busied. Oh, lettera. Tara taylor? Zero was nice enough to say, hey, have you met my buddy, Jason Smith? He does work over at hi fi. And. The moment that Jason's colors were on or his inks. I knew I not only knew that this was going to be a book. I knew that it was going to be a book that people read outs. I the first six pages of Spencer volume one that's exactly what we pitched action there, no changes whatsoever. What you see is what they saw. And it was great. Because I emailed action lab. I remember, I'd Email them after work, one day my work computer used to work at CBS in there NPR department. They. I sent out my pitch because they had adobe acrobat on my work computers. I didn't have it at all. So I remember I was after work was staying after work and catching up paperwork. Can I'd send out this pit in about twenty minutes later I got an Email from Dave watch on who, who at the time was president at action lab. And he said, how soon could you get this book done? And that was I felt like a chill run down, my spine, the dude, I was like, oh, I got put my body or my mouth is this, this book is actually gonna be thing. And yeah I mean I out out, always a loved watch for, for pawn inside of the slush pile. But, you know, similar to the image model, you know, actually, they have submissions editors, and they have sort of production editors just to make sure that, you know, your colors are in the right range, or sorta to give it one quick read through to make sure that you don't have any Typos or not dropping any sort of, like horrible words in it. But the actual production is on. Us I sort of in that regard kind of served as the editor on the book, as well as the writer, and, you know, I always say that ten years as a big reviewer and nine months working editorial that was all like barely enough to get across the finish line. I you know I what I thought I knew was just like a drop in the bucket. You can only pick up so much theory before it gets tested when you put it into practice. I, I do think being a reviewer is, is, is, is one of the main reasons why the book, I think worked as well as did as because I've been able to articulate what I do don't like an comic and why. And so that way, I can kinda work with my team, particularly sort of in the early stages things like thumbnails or, you know, a or initial palettes and be able to say, hey, listening looks a little wonky would, if we tried it like this, and, you know, that's also just the plus side of being a creator owned book is that you're not pressured to do double shipping. And so you have the time to kind of finesse out, you know, any bugs and really able to kinda polish the work until it feels ready for prime time. So I guess when you're when you're working with action Levin stuff were when you were pitching, this were you pitching it as, like a multi story or was this to be like a one and done, or I mean, it sounds to me like you've got a million billion ideas in your head about this series, which is awesome to hear. I think we talk a little bit before the show in during the break. But like you pitching this as. Multi-storey where you're just going to see volume one did. Well, maybe we could do another volume so it is a little comment a little Kombi. When, when I spoke with action lab, you know, I, I was a little conservative about it because I, I knew that by virtue of his, high concept, you know, there are no comic strips, more beloved than Calvin Hobbs. And for good reason, because Bill Watterson is a genus as a pioneer. He's a trailblazer. He brought so much to that, you know, to, to comics as a medium, not just newspaper, comics, comics general. I thought, well, this is a high concept that is definitely gonna get attention. I don't know what kind of tension, it's gonna get I, I don't know if it's if it's the good kind or the bad kind, but people will definitely look to see if we stick the landing..
"colin bell" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"On NewsRadio KLBJ. Now. Here's Rey aren't. So. It's one man. Brian radio were here on NewsRadio KLBJ 'em. It's a shovel Saturday. The purpose of the one man brand radio show. Of course, Saturday mornings you've been working in your business all week long. If it's anything like me when I'm starting my business back in two thousand six or at least the most recent business that the one that stuck I know I worked my ass off Monday through Friday, very often twelve and fourteen hour weeks only to find a big pile of work to be done on Saturday morning. Hence, the name shovel Saturday, which actually was first introduced to me by a guy, I admire an awful lot Leland Smith service champions in Yorba, Linda, California was the first guy to actually to my knowledge coined that term of that phenomenon. That is so familiar to so many entrepreneurs I'm Ray Sager and bringing in now, Mike creative director in our agency. That's Monica Ballard. Thank you. Yeah. Glad to have you here. And and and I'll just say right up front is that you're my secret weapon listeners out there as my creative director, we've got thirty seven clients across the US and Canada that we work with I guess to specify and declare. Share is I like to say solar company in Sacramento, on course to do. Just south of twenty million in sales this year with a two million dollar marketing budget, Mike that big plumbing company in Denver, quite that big pretty close still seven-figure marketing budget heating and air conditioning companies in Seattle and Washington DC and Atlanta and then in smaller markets as well, Des Moines, Iowa comes to mind Oriole annoy because you know, if a place in Peoria. We'll come back to that. But here's what's interesting. So Monica Ballard, creative director for wizard of ads Ray Sager, and the brand guys the thing that I discovered and maybe I only again at real clear on this this morning, preparing it is radio shows. You're my secret weapon in the same way. That I more directly was the secret weapon for my earliest clients interesting. Think about it for a second. Okay. Tell me more when I was going from one client two to three to five to seven single digits, right? At that stage of the game. It's the math. I was the main address and marketing strategist for my company because I had no employees. I had no management structure. It was an organization of one but somewhere between nine and thirty seven. He can't do all the work. Right. So at that point. I don't think I've written at all that many. Ads. I was gonna say I haven't written an ad in the last three years. That's a dangerous. Breathe into the university. And it's not true. It's not true. But certainly the way that we do things now is I'm more focused on strategy for the many clients, and you're focused more on the creative. But what I'm noticing is. We're actually I think going into an interesting next chapter of the company wherein you become junior strategist. And there will be more creative is underneath you that you're managing. I think especially as we go north of forty and fifty clients another interesting aspect, I think is that recently we brought in to play wordsmith Wednesday when I'll bust out some of the scripts that I've been writing and you take a look at them, and we collaborate together, and that's very exciting process. Yeah. Collaboration is interesting for sure. And I think that's maybe a topic. We get into you know, I'm interested to see as we build a little bit of a listenership with this radio show. I'm. Interested to know if the kinds of questions and the areas of inquiry that we get, but the show will be the same as we get at our brand blastoff events than we talk more about couple of those that we've got lined up near the end of the show. I'll give you some more details on events, we get coming up in Texas and Oklahoma. But also anytime we onboard a new client, there seems to be this discharge a lot of questions. I hate to use the word discharged because it makes a person think of milky discharge. That's just wrong don't need to go. There. Can you say milky discharge other radio? Can I prefer not to? You can't unpick that. Now, you're wishing that I hadn't brought the milky discharge into the conversation. Right. It's there it is on the table. But that, but you what's interesting. If you think about it is murky, I mean, when we start working with a new client there is this. There's this big data. And then there's also this re framing of expectations largely around. What does the client need where are they getting stuck in growing their business? You know, it's like the old saying from Glengarry Glen Ross, he don't step onto the lot less. He wants to buy and people don't reach out to us unless they really need help. And so as business consultants, we do things one on one. And I like to see that this radio show becomes an extension of that wherein. We can address a lot of the same topics, but in a more broad based four men environment because rarely is the question that somebody's going to ask apply to them. Correct. Yeah. The business owners want to think that. Yeah. My problem was like, no one else's problem. Exactly. But the truth is that they're experiencing in a lot of ways the exact same problems that people around Austin around Texas around the United States all across the US and Canada they face the exact same problems business owners face mostly the same problems. And it's interesting in couple of ways, and these might be at odds with each other. But get a couple of ideas out there as we're coming up on a break here, pretty quick number one is you're not the unique snowflake that you think you are now that might be at odds with a the fact that we push our clients to find ways to differentiate because that is where the magic happens, but as far as the fundamental shape of problems inside your industry, they're largely the same problems that your competitors had to face where it gets interesting is you need to look for the solution outside of your industry. We call that business top policy now again, all fancy and intellectual about top. Allergy means let's find the shape of. Similar problems that other industries face, for example, in cable television, subscriber churn, C H U R N churn is a problem cable companies internet providers. Their key challenge is not so much to find new subscribers. Although it's important. It's to keep the ones you've already got. Yes. Fundamental business. Probably one other industries might that be true. Dieting, fitness centers, anything that works on a subscription model. For example, our home service companies that we work with have found that one of the real killer apps is to build club. Memberships preagreed maintenance contracts that pay monthly for a specified amount of annual service and for certain privileges. If they need repair and on and on and on, right? Yeah. Regular visits membership benefits with other businesses that sort of things they've tied in together. Yeah. So who? Would have thought that the killer application for home residential, air conditioning service company would be largely the same problem that Time Warner Cable faces now once we start to shatter the paradigm a little bit and get into this business, top policy mindset. That's where we open the possibility for for real innovation. I believe and also to have a lot more fun. Because if you just go to trade shows inside your industry, what you very often. Find is a circle of dogs walking in either clockwise or counterclockwise form sniffing one another's butts and somewhere along the way attempting to find out who the alpha in this pack is whereas if you go and replenish, the gene pool, which in your industry may be more of a puddle. I don't know. Right. Right. But if you get outside if you're the guy with the karate GM going to a meeting of people in another industry, all of a sudden, you're the cool karate guy, right? As opposed to being just another door to door salesman. Just another guy in it know, white jumpsuit with a certain Colin bell. Making ridiculous poses and going. Before Monica goes, all wrecks Cuando on you. Let's just remind you that you're listening to the one man brand radio show. This is our first edition. So we're working the kinks out of some things. But to be honest with you, I think it sounds pretty good. So far. Just a couple.
"colin bell" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"Today's episode is brought to you by Lindsey boozy AC annual memorial. Walk. Lindsey boozier was a twenty four year old real estate agent from Victoria in the Canadian province of British Columbia. We covered the circumstances of her death in Dato back in August two thousand sixteen during episode twenty eight of case for every year. Lindsey's father, Jeff boozier organizers memorial walk to own a his daughter's memory into campaign for Justice this year marks eleven years since Lindsay's death. And once again, the Lindsay boozy AC memorial walk for Justice will be going ahead on February second the wall begins in Victoria's. A Royal Oak burial park on fell as drive the cemetry way. Lindsay's ashes a hold it continues pasta house where Lindsay was moded and ends up on the steps of sandwich. Municipal whole. We recently caught up with Jeff who spoke to us about this year's upcoming walk and fills us in on a few other things about the case. We'll be releasing. That interview tomorrow on the main case fall podcast fade the same way. You get L weekly episodes so Cape annoy up for that. Era, besides do with serious and often distressing incidents. If you feel at anytime, you need support, please contact your local cross a central for suggested found on biz confidential support place say the shy nights for this episode on your app or on our website. Today's episode deals with the crime committed against the child the wind be suitable for always miss. During recess until launch. Tom had Hicham west primary school in Norte ninety two teachers patrol the school yard to ever say the young children as they ran around and played together between lessons yet there was often one student separated from the others preferring to stick by her teaches Saud's rather than go off and play with her Ps ten year old Louise bell. Sean and timid go the waistband comfort in the company of at all tomb. She knew and trusted when her fifth grade teacher miss grace asked. If boys would rather play with her classmates instead of accompanying her on your Judy. She responded on fine. I'm happy on just wants to stain hope you before linking hands with her Tapio. Louise's introversion extended beyond school hours when her friends were rushing out of the classroom to head home. The ways would often stay behind and help clean up before her parents arrived to pick her up during a school. Can she sat by his self on the bus and didn't interact with the other pupils? But the camp it so served to bring the ways out of her show when she joined in on a pillow fought the breakout amongst the children detaches, what delighted to say the ways jumping on the fun and was a class on. Louise was fondly starting to feel more at ease with peas. Despite suffering for mass Ma she joined the schools basketball team to year five basketball saints donning, a number seven blue and yellow jersey. Her father, Colin bell, sometimes assisted with the tame affording, the dad and daughter some valuable bonding torn. In late November nineteen Ninety-two the basketball signed celebrated the end of the season with the break-up barbecue and pool. Potty at their coach's house during celebrations. The ways was through today awarded with a trophy commending her efforts ending nineteen ninety two when a Horno. The following year. Started lock any other for the Bill family errands colon and doyen wearing joining spending quality Tong with Louise. And they younger daughter six year old Rachel who were both off school for the summer holidays, Christmas and new year had gone boy and a whirlwind of excitement and social engagements and things were starting to quieten down after the busy festive season. The Bill family will looking forward to relaxing over the weeks ahead before school resumed at the end of the month with the two young siblings IGA for upcoming plans that included a shopping excursion a picnic and a trip to the cinema to save the latest David Spielberg blockbuste- AT. On January four nine hundred ninety three colon into Diane instructed the two daughters to prepare for bedtime as the sun began to said, I've met I weigh a quiet residential straight in the lower middle class of hacking west. Located thirty Columbus sale, the vet alight central business district. The bell residence was an unassuming small family homestead typical of the area. A single-story crane brick building with a fenced in back yard and small front lawn. The face directly onto the straight. At eight thirty pm the ways dressed in part of the new pajamas says she had received for Christmas Pyo yellow slave list. Cotton talk dotted with small yellow flowers. She chose not to wear the matching shorts as she found them to on comfortable. The young Bill daughters said good north to their parents, Andrew toy to the small bedroom night shed at the front of the house, which held two single beds pushed against Jayson wolves separated by a chest of drawers. The bed heads lie underneath a lodge window that overlooked the front moon.