6 Burst results for "Dan Perot"

"dan perot" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"dan perot" Discussed on Decoder Ring

"People. We started working on the story. I thought it was going to be a story about a cultural object something that people in different side of America's political divide saw completely differently. And it is a story about a cultural object. The object in question is not truck nuts. The object is humor itself truck nuts makes some people laugh, but the people who find them gross or crass or stupid or the bleeding edge of all sorts of odious ideological positions. Don't quite believe that anyone could be buying truck nuts as just a joke. We imagine that they are on some levels sincere. And this makes us laugh. Meanwhile, truck understood people who don't find truck nuts. Funny who don't get why. They're funny who don't the irony in them are up tight, and they in turn get a kick out of that people actually find funny about truck nuts, then has very little to do with being a pair of balls and everything to do with them being apparent evidence that other Americans have a bad sense of humor. Well, you're seeing happened with truck nuts. Like what happens to an unhappy? Couple that ends up fighting about the same thing. No matter what the cause in this case, the cause is a pair of plastic testicles, but the fight devolve into what it always does everyone talking past each other and projecting the worse things onto the other side, including the idea that the other side isn't funny at all a shared sense of humor. Of course is a really important thing to a functioning relationship without one. There's no pressure release. There's just endless conflict, and that's pretty much where we are. Right now about things way more important than truck nuts. What's crazy about this fight in particular? Is it Americans of every political persuasion, find balls funny instead of being something that divides us, I can imagine a world in which truck nuts? United us or United those people who are really tickled by extremely basic dick jokes because that's the world were actually living in a world in which truck nuts. Customer base supply. Sizing -ly partisan. This is the coda ring I'm willa passed, and you can find me on Twitter at willow Paskhin, and you have any cultural mysteries you want us to code. You can Email us at Dakota rang at slate dot com. If you haven't yet subscribe and rate are feed in apple podcasts or ever you. Get your podcasts and even better tell your friends this podcast was written by willa Pasquin and was reduced at edited by Benjamin fresh who also does 'lustration for every episode. Thanks does Acharya Blair Tonia Senda, Dan Perot. Barbara chang. Scott bischoff. Franko Fuda Selena Allah, Phil Edwards. Macklemore? Oh, Christina rucci forest. Whitman Jennifer, s Barranca, Cleo Levin, June Thomas, and everyone else give us help and feedback along the way. Thanks for listening.

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"dan perot" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"dan perot" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"People. We started working on the story. I thought it was going to be a story about a cultural object something that people in different side of America's political divide saw completely differently. And it is a story about a cultural object. The object in question is not truck nuts. The object is humor itself truck nuts makes some people laugh, but the people who find them gross or crass or stupid or the bleeding edge of all sorts of odious ideological positions. Don't quite believe that anyone could be buying truck nuts as just a joke. We imagine that they are on some levels sincere. And this makes us laugh. Meanwhile, truck understood people who don't find truck nuts. Funny who don't get why. They're funny who don't the irony in them are up tight, and they in turn get a kick out of that people actually find funny about truck nuts, then has very little to do with being a pair of balls and everything to do with them being apparent evidence that other Americans have a bad sense of humor. Well, you're seeing happened with truck nuts. Like what happens to an unhappy? Couple that ends up fighting about the same thing. No matter what the cause in this case, the cause is a pair of plastic testicles, but the fight devolve into what it always does everyone talking past each other and projecting the worse things onto the other side, including the idea that the other side isn't funny at all a shared sense of humor. Of course is a really important thing to a functioning relationship without one. There's no pressure release. There's just endless conflict, and that's pretty much where we are. Right now about things way more important than truck nuts. What's crazy about this fight in particular? Is it Americans of every political persuasion, find balls funny instead of being something that divides us, I can imagine a world in which truck nuts? United us or United those people who are really tickled by extremely basic dick jokes because that's the world were actually living in a world in which truck nuts. Customer base supply. Sizing -ly partisan. This is the coda ring I'm willa passed, and you can find me on Twitter at willow Paskhin, and you have any cultural mysteries you want us to code. You can Email us at Dakota rang at slate dot com. If you haven't yet subscribe and rate are feed in apple podcasts or ever you. Get your podcasts and even better tell your friends this podcast was written by willa Pasquin and was reduced at edited by Benjamin fresh who also does 'lustration for every episode. Thanks does Acharya Blair Tonia Senda, Dan Perot. Barbara chang. Scott bischoff. Franko Fuda Selena Allah, Phil Edwards. Macklemore? Oh, Christina rucci forest. Whitman Jennifer, s Barranca, Cleo Levin, June Thomas, and everyone else give us help and feedback along the way. Thanks for listening.

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"dan perot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"dan perot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It's, perfect and special Sunday shows for youngsters yeah that's the only time that under twenty one, allowed in sixteen and up with a parent but we do try to keep that adult nightlife Jasmine could come on a Sunday You still do. The tutoring minimum for the kids Now for the parents Anything, that's Joey Cranford Joey great to. Meet you continued success we'll. Take a quick break we'll get you some news and then more show it's Bill and Harry in. For Wendy on WGN Next guest is an American writer and script consultant for television and other media at define what other media is including, the top five best Helvin series of all time you'll remember. His episode the one that he wrote the, the opposite on Seinfeld where George decides if he just has everything against his, instincts, what, he would normally do that? His life is, turned, around, join us on the air is. Andy Cowan and he has. Written the book banging my head against the wall comedy guide hey Andy how are you doing tonight Hot toddy it's a pleasure to. Be talking with you pleasure to talk to, you as well introduce you to my friends got Santa's he is the political. Cartoonist, fiscal. Tribune and joins us tonight Sandy. An honor I I love the your world I have a bunch. Of cartoons. Separate chapter in the book oh it's readily by by whom Bye I wrote some three hundred panels were Dan. Perot's. Brilliant Daro sure and I I was lucky to get, one in the New Yorker and then creatively had fun poking fun at the New Yorker in a bizarro. Cartoon in which, I, had the doctor asking the patient you feel funny strange and difficult to explain, or as a? New Yorker cartoon and the patient says what's the difference Involved in the Seinfeld. Episode where they, had, the New Yorker cartoon was part of the story line no that was that, was later on But, yeah I was I typed. I site that. Story in the book around, the time, I talked about the New? Yorker and whatnot but yeah that was a funny episode that's that's awesome now I have. To ask, I'm sorry did you draw the cartoon I drew my own comic strips early on which I provide examples of in. The, book but no I wanted to Pitching the gag and setting the, stage and whatnot, and then handing it off to the artist to do their magic wonderful thank you for being a fan that's cool I'm looking? I'm looking at your work right now and that's a it's a. It's a world when you as, I'm in Santa comic comic for over fifteen years. And when you start, out you know you read some of these books. And and he's, guides and, one of, the things they do is they tell you to go outside what. You think you're supposed to be doing right. You had, this idea that you want. To be a. Manala gist we'll try all, the other, things whether it's script writing? Or writing a cartoon captioned Scott often does a we do every week you do a. Caption contests, that's I've nothing The other people. Do the work I just have. To draw, fish on a. Bicycle I mean that's as easy No but I. Do, write scripts I, do. Write columns and stuff and that's that's great advice yeah I think so Andy were you. Always somebody who knew that they had, to be a little bit of everything if you're. Going to, be in comedy Yeah I always kind of a schizophrenic that way but I started out in stand up and I was doing it back east in, fact I was so hungry back then, I tell a story in. The book I had the guts, to take. A train to. Philadelphia, to New York, to, a range of phony meeting with Lorne Michaels under an alias as an alleged hotshot Hollywood. Producer and they took the meeting and I. Wound up meeting him and forgetting to respond when they address me by alias and almost..

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"dan perot" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"dan perot" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Next guest is an american writer and script consultant for television and other media at the other media is including two of the top five bestsellers in series of all time you'll remember his episode the one that he wrote the the opposite on seinfeld where george decides if he just has everything against his instincts what would normally do that his life is turned around join us on the air is andy cowan and he has written the book banging my head against the wall comedy guide hey andy how are you doing tonight hot as a pleasure to be talking with you pleasure to talk to you as well to my friend scott santa's he is the political cartoonist fiscal go tribune joins us tonight oh it's an honor i i love your world i had a bunch of cartoons and a separate chapter in the book oh it's readily by by whom i wrote some three hundred panels for dan perot's brilliant sure and and i was lucky to get one in the new yorker and then creatively had fun poking fun at the new yorker in a bizarro cartoon in which i had the doctor asking the patient you feel funny as in strange and difficult to explain or as a new yorker cartoon the patient says what's the difference you weren't involved in the seinfeld episode where they had the new yorker cartoon was part of the story line no no that was that was later on but yeah i in fact i site that story in the book around the time i talked about the new yorker and whatnot but yeah that was a plenty episode that's that's awesome not did you have to ask i'm sorry did you draw the cartoon i drew my own comic strips early on which i provide examples of in the book but no i wanted up the pitching the gag and setting the stage and whatnot and then handing it off to the artist to do their magic wonderful thank you for being a fan that's cool i'm looking i'm looking at your work right now and that's a it's a it's a world when you as i'm santa comic i've been a comic for over fifteen years and when you start out you know you read some of these books and and these guides and one of the things they do is they tell you to go outside what you think you're supposed to be doing right you had this idea that you want to be manala gist we'll try all the other things whether it's script writing or writing a cartoon caption i mean scott often does a every week you do a caption contests that's nothing but the other people do the work i just have to draw fish on a bicycle is easy no but i do write scripts i do write columns and stuff and that's that's great advice yeah i think so andy were you always somebody who knew that they had to be a little bit of everything if you're going to be in comedy yeah i i i was always kind of a schizophrenic that way but i started out in stand up and i was doing it back east in fact i was so hungry back then i tell a story in the book i had the guts to take a train to philadelphia to new york to arrange a phony meeting with lorne michaels under an alias as an alleged hotshot hollywood producer and they took the meeting and i wound up meeting him and forgetting to respond when they address me by my alias almost blew it right then and there and this was during the not ready for primetime era so i told that story in the book but i was so hungry creatively to do anything for the show at the time and i had other experiences later on with people associated with the show oh that i tell about in the book but one thing in the book i talk about the.

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"dan perot" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"dan perot" Discussed on Mixergy

"And and then the next thing is hair care that you joined the company that's big deal um so it's a it's a little mix of both ultimately though as a co it's every every person we hires is on me you know the results of that price and ultimately but you're not necessarily going through the hiring process keeping us yar and the potential hires in the future that kind of thing is not her now i now we have seventy ish fulltime people um you know so we're actually trying to promote from a thin we've really switched our thinking on this set of hiring integrate external folks we actually try to create and grow talent um you know on our engineering team now we have partnered with the boys and girls club to find greets folks who are black or lat next or women we bring them into them ging organization we train them up you know to be better and better engineers instead of hiring expensive engineers were trying to do the same with sales folks it i think everybody listening should think a lot more about growing talon said of hiring great talent now that's interesting coming from a company that trains people to get right i heard but this was inching as we create beginners so that that this this i've learned is okay tree house we are not linda were not plural site we're not going to were not even you'd acid he creates he's kind of m like machine learning engineers and flanker engineers and dan perot such really good at advanced development we don't do that we create beginners who really good at that you know we of eighty thousand enrolled beginners right now that i went to one of your courses just to get a taste of eight in preparation for our conversation and the instructor i forget hey l dave mcfarland i see him i agree dave explains what a png file as it's not like he spent a long time but he just make sure as he's describing it is not saying here's your png file here's your hd ml foul he say here's a png fao that your image j h tnl fouled that's your your web content cetera i you know.

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"dan perot" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

1340 Big Talker

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"dan perot" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

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