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"colonel creamer" Discussed on Spoken Word Poetry

Spoken Word Poetry

07:38 min | 8 months ago

"colonel creamer" Discussed on Spoken Word Poetry

"You know in journal. Lot of journaling. Yes we're not getting be who are sequestered and thanks meditation. The journey in Exploring you know the inside of you. You know those those core values and other things in your creativity. It's a good time for that. I mean look at this. I just said you know when people were worn at home. Just you know. just binge-watching. Tally will revolve on a bit of that. Just kind of damage and just be entertained. Forget you But you know it it is it is one of those sanctuaries like i have. I come up with more things to do and more projects than ever join us. They were things that were the that got kept getting pushed back. Which now that. I have the time and you know just working out with the bat cave. I can work on all those things and it's been great for that so i don't think anybody alter says if you order. You're you're not exploring your options for sure you don't you board. You can do more than just watch a great time to learn something. It's a great time. I mean you don't have to spend money on a course if you're interested in something. Go watch the hell out a youtube awesome. Things that are on their tens of them completely. Free and you'll you'll you'll actually thing i've learned of things through there through some of the courses that i've taken while i've been in watching ron fitzgerald youtube channels completely free one hundred payment right there right there. So we've offered a lot of tips towards the end of this and learned a lot about how you have wrote come either wrote or you found like in the public domain of course You know you're Incantations in poetry and all that and how you've come all your music so hopefully towards the end of this people understand why had you on the spoken word poetry. Podcast meet the you. Yeah i have meet outside owning you asked me. I was thrilled that you did. Because i i love talking about that individual which everybody wants to focus on the other end on the visual course since and everything else. So thank you were recognizing that in bringing me on to talk about that problem. I love being able to talk about the other elements in in the art. That i make because it is. It is very later. I mean there's there's there's there's there's storytelling there's there's audio there's music and then there's the visual and then there's the performance and even the the acting under the because being an actor also helps in the way i present those. Yes yeah i was. I was happy to bring another another set of eyes to how your show is seen. So we'll we'll plus you be a fellow artists of the different disappointed. That's only fascinating to be how other artists you take in consume it in process it. And you know like you say what what people you know what resonates with what they take away from us. Like joshua didn't notice you know. Do you know the incantations and the poetry in one because that's part of what you do it is that you know that stood out to you. So that's that's great to know. Thank you you're welcome Anything else you wanna add or did we gave everything. What am i. Was there anything else you wanted to come in. You need another piece of You know or from the hear your voice cracking a little more going on almost an hour. And i don't want to hold you hostile on his brand new Realm bog down here. What are the new birds. I'm sipping some grain teeny honora. Oh yeah that's good for you. That's good stuff green and so the water green tea is always going to say to you. Were talking about government. Yes yes you know. Earn clearing three. Here's a great like hot toddy recipe. If you're out there A big a big of philip of government to make government t even for a good five minutes later get really strong And then you're going to a little bit of brown sugar in it. Oh wow sereni tablespoons of absent and the little bit of of noah almond milk to taste. And you've got yourself a hot very pleasant. I never heard of brand sugar not. Yeah wow because especially the apps of this also in the absence ritual with also see the whole thing with the absent in there Because there's this right. Mistaken is considered the artist. You know kind of alcohol. Yeah that was and it was funny because shot at everybody. Onset wanted to try it never been exposed to that have been around it so the the absence you you're or vehicle over sugar to you and your lighting it on fire to caramelized sugar and then you're you're you're pour water on that and then doing what they call the losing. You're losing it all together with the alcohol water and sugar together and it gives his rookie green color. Then and that's that's all part of the absence ritual and just that kind of ritual about the drink was well. There's also just kind of sets it apart as as like that's part of the mystique of absence and it being the artists drink because you know around the turn of the last century in paris to lose attract and all those crazies. Were all these great artists and they were all very degen. You know in a lot of degenerate and they love their out of their their asset. You know and that. I just i just more and has his whole ritual around. It made it magical to me. Yeah so the winds in place in dark realm so the absent and it's very bitter on his own and you have to put mix it with something else and you know in that and other some sugar cube. So who with what that i thought. Well what could i substitute in here. And that little bit of a brown sugar helps the absent. It sweetens the teen gotcha with a little bit of an ill mill. It's try people. You'll thank me later. It'll be a my recipe book of our haughtily cool. No all inoke is as good drink myself. Anyway let's get stuff. I yeah i love law and other things actually found this awesome. It's a an almond milk. Colonel creamer. only gosh. Wow only people try that out. Yeah that is sounds yummy. Cpa's i tried those. Like i can't drink a lot of regular milk. So i've had like the almond style in lactates like the harmless. Yeah carmel yeah. That'd be great. Try went out. you'll find it very cool saving. We don't. We were getting recipes on her airpods works. Were your dirt sticky helpful hints to just. That's i here. yeah totally gone old place. We have only gosh. There's nothing wrong with that. It makes it the podcast interesting that way. So absolutely it's it's it's very rich and dense and many many many many ways. So and you you and i talked to going all different directions anyway. Arsim shoddy mo- foes arc.

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"colonel creamer" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"colonel creamer" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Bring your myspace hey thanks for sticking around so as promised i'm gonna give you the magic link to apply to be a flight director it's pretty simple it's go dot nasa dot gov slash flight director you can go there and learn what it takes to be a flight director and then actually apply if you wanna learn more about what it takes they actually have a brand new blog post that just posted on nasa dot tumbler dot com is called five myths about becoming a flight director colonel creamer also talked about this flight directors book that will be posted on april sixteenth www dot nasa dot gov slash e books it's called the iss colon operating outpost in the new frontier and you can learn about what it takes to work in michigan troll and then everything about it if you wanna learn more about what's going on at nasa there are two other podcasts that you can listen to what is called gravity assist hosted by dr jim green talks about planetary science otherwise you can listen to nasa in silicon valley that's from our friends over at the ames research center that talk about some of the research that goes on the international space station if you want more information about the space station specifically nasa dot gov slash iss is a great place for that otherwise you can join the conversation on social media where on facebook twitter instagram under as the international space station you can go to any one of those accounts and use the hashtag ask nasa on your favorite platform to submit an idea and we'll make sure to either answer it on a future episode or dedicate entire episode to it just make sure to mention is for houston we have a podcast this episode was recorded on march twenty ninth twenty eighteen thanks to alex perriman greg weisman pat ryan brandy dean and the flight directors in our flight operations directorate for helping to put this episode together so quickly thanks again to colonel tj creamer for coming on the show we'll be back next week.

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"colonel creamer" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"colonel creamer" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Book that's becoming available, and the title of the book is the ISS operating on operating and outpost in the new frontier. And the idea is that this is look. This book looks at the operations of the international space station from the perspective of Houston, flight control team. And so because of that, if folks are interested in wanna, take a look at the ISS operating outposts in the new frontier, it's available or we'll be available on NASA dot gov, slash E books on the sixteenth on this. So hurry up, read it. Why? If you're listening to this as soon as it comes out then yet, you know, you have to wait a couple of days, but if you're any day after you can go and look it up and then we'll, we'll share the link to that. After the end of the episode. So for those who want to who think they have, you know who think they are tough and competent who are who can follow in the footsteps of some of the giants and and sit in Michigan troll, what are some of the tips that you did when you applied? But then also to understand that you are ready for this job. So in in broad strokes. We're looking for folks who can. Handle fast paced. High stress environments where critical decisions will be made. We're also looking for folks who have demonstrated solid leadership capabilities, principles practices, and have the ability to work across broad spectrum of folks, not just organizations, but different countries. The purpose of of this job is to uphold the responsibility that we've, we've sworn to of protecting the crew, whatever vehicle you're on, protecting the vehicle, whichever vehicle it is in order to make these missions successful. So as you go forward and apply, you want to be able to demonstrate and and it's not a bad thing to sell yourself in this regard, but to be able to demonstrate leadership capabilities and how you're able to prioritize and how you able to work with others and how you're able to make critical decisions. Okay. So what if so, for those who are not in the flight operations worth, what can you say that can make them feel like maybe maybe they're ready even though they haven't sent mission neutral before. So some of this is is a life experience question there, but it's also a facet of life. Meaning, if you close your eyes in you imagine. Areas to be working in that kind of fit those parameters. Some things you know jump at you immediately. There are our first responders, for instance, who are making critical saving decisions in a in a heartbeat, no pun intended, but there's a high stress. There's a high stress environment where critical decisions are being made. If you go to the the military arena, where there are some direct parallels in some of their specific operations that are also directly applicable. And I'm not trying to exclude any occupational area at all, but it doesn't have to be flight operations specifically growing up in in staying in the in the same pipeline that we've grown up over the years. In fact, this year we've done an internal NASA advertisement for flight director applications, and we've done an external one that anybody in the US who feels that they can meet their the descriptions. We've talked about about the responsibilities and their capabilities can apply. We're interested in bringing in the good people, good heads, good leadership capabilities that can make critical decisions in critical time, crunched bits of time day go and we'll advertise some of those links again at the end here, but TJ thank you so much for coming on and sharing your story. This is quite a story that you have that then also just sort of under. The responsibility of being in deflate flight director, especially now this is a good time for it right application. Absolutely. I grew, really appreciate your time. Thank you. Thank you, sir. Bring your. Myspace. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So as promised, I'm gonna give you the magic link to apply to be a flight director. It's pretty simple. It's go dot, NASA dot gov, slash flight director. You can go there and learn what it takes to be a flight director and then actually apply. If you wanna learn more about what it takes. They actually have a brand new blog post that just posted on NASA dot tumbler dot com is called five myths about becoming a flight director Colonel Creamer also talked about this flight directors book that will be posted on April, sixteenth, WWW, dot NASA dot gov, slash E books. It's called the ISS colon

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