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"david jang" Discussed on Channel 33
"David commenting on that coming. Coronavirus vaccine joe biden promised quote one hundred million shots in the first one hundred days. It was over twitter joke to right. James harden has also promised this. Thanks to craig. Maier scott to by nigel greaves. Daniel offman alexander frost pickle ball hero inching diamond davidson recent surveys conducted by nepal and china ever revealed that everest is two feet taller then previously known as nova word twitter joke to right sounds like mount everest just got back on tinder thanks to michael jones and finally one of the biggest overworked twitter jokes of all time. I mean many people sent this to us that we cannot possibly thank them. It would take four hundred tweets just to get their hands in one of the first people as we mentioned to get the coronavirus vaccine was william shakespeare. It was an extremely overweight twitter joke. To write the taming of the flu. We would have also accepted vaca. Beth i feel this is a missed opportunity for bookcase. Credibility a non good nurse and my personal favorite. I heard the second person to get. The vaccine was christopher marlowe but shakespeare took all the credit few showed off. Your shakespeare knowledge. Didn't feel obliged to wear it lightly congrats. You made over twitter joke of the week. All i david the notebook dump. Let's do a little list of male. Did you see the time magazine. This morning announced their four finalists for person of the year Yes i did see this. They are joe biden. Donald trump in for trump would be an incredible upset winner. The person in the year. Twenty twenty dr anthony fauci and frontline healthcare workers. They count as one and racial justice movement. Shirley protesters would be a better person or persons of the year than racial justice movement. But okay just seems a little awkward. Yeah especially because fouled she gets frontline healthcare workers mentioned as sort of a unit with him to listen. I this could go. I think in a couple of different directions. Probably one of the ladder to But yeah don't count out biden. Now they do like they do like when when presidents went especially in presents defeat incumbents. Has there ever been. I mean there has. I'm sure but it's hard to sort of put into put into perspective. The degree which anthony fauci tony fao as we come around my household went from relatively i say almost completely unknown to a government official fixture of our lives on the level of like henry kissinger and now will presumably stay there. I mean like you know biden might send him out. level probably sent him out in front of cameras. You know twice to three times a year as like any sort of medical event dictates right. I mean now. Anthony fauci is is a is a singer part of our lives. He's got at least five. Good the old guys still got it. Ears left at him as a public servant. Our friend. Dan diamond aasa emailed to say that there is an interesting thing going on with the time person. You're where there's a reader poll. In addition to whomever the magazine pronounces essential. Workers won the reader poll person of the year. So maybe you give the actual person of the year to somebody else. Yeah i mean it feels a little bit like the old college football system right more like anthony. I mean the south. She's gonna win the racial justice movements going to win. And and and the other one's going to get when the when the reader's poll and then somehow donald trump is going to be like the the the the usc who's just so claiming like you know four times personally your victories in four years even though he didn't actually win any of them. It's i don't get why they do it. I don't know that and from shirt drum drums up interest to i. I feel like i remember a couple of years. Where pro wrestlers were the. Were like the winners. Because the pro wrestling internet were very active. Both in in those days. yeah sure sure. I don't think anybody really cares about the popular. Vote though this is just twos on the cover of the magazine and none of that even really matters. Either it's just a funny thing. Fun thing to argue about online is part of the awards creep. We've talked about on this podcast many times and my still my favorite all type stories. Somebody on my facebook feed said. Hey my new book is on the new york times bestseller list and i happen to think that was sort of unlikely. And so i clicked through and it was on the new york times espionage bestseller list like bad existed. How many espionage books have come out in. The last people are coming through your twitter. Followers follows right now just to see your good luck. If you're a listener of this pod you know that we are fascinated by the strange new respect for tv. Chef person guy fieri People hated guy fieri. There was the pete wells reviewed donkey sauce et cetera et cetera and then his public rehabilitation began. I think with a dream. Gary profile in g. q. Will now are friendly gardner points out. There is a bloomberg business week. Article out that says fealty has raised twenty one million dollars for out of work restaurant workers. Twenty one million dollars david. Guy fatty be the time magazine person of the year. Yeah we we all the way back our own david jang and guy via our the two heroes of the restaurant world right now. I guess That is that is really really incredible. It kind of makes you wonder i guy fairly could do i mean can you raise that much for like any good. 'cause that's that's that's a. He's like a like a force of nature that we just need to learn how to harness in the in your house all gonna be talking about tony. She and guy forget pretty soon in terms of those people who have climbed with that we gotta get interested in the plight of Local newspapers jobs offer. Sports writers guy. We say that too while you're at it Also in a recent discussion. We wondered who sixty minutes could put in the andy rooney slot. That is the person that does a little comic button at the end of the show will thanks to dave andrew jo potter josh. W and make face masks great again. We have been informed than on a recent edition of cbs sunday morning. David sedaris.
"david jang" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"When david chang was like she picked the one that i didn't know was president so i i even though my are telling me that not it the fact that meena who so much smarter than me and says what david chang was saying is picked that i just have to go with it. And then he even said he's like i could just quit most people that have gotten their just quit because they wanna take the money for charity. Because you're choosing between half a million dollars to charity or a chance at a million that might end you with zero for charity. So like i think when you're doing it for charity your approach to it is different whereas you're like it's my money. I didn't have five hundred thousand when i got here so if i leave with nothing i didn't really lose anything except a chance at money whereas with charity. It's like you could have given five hundred thousand dollars to charity. And now you're going to give zero because you wanted to try like if you're not sure you should back out but david jang was like look. I'm a gambling man and a million dollars would be great game. Changer money for this charity. And so. I'm going to do what i said i would do. And go for the million and meena. If i get this this is wrong. This is not your fault. Absolves her of guilt. Which i was like. Thank god because that would be a lot riding on you. Because i talked to me and she was like. It's so fast. I did not have enough time and it was right and that's so cool million dollars for charity. She's like david did. I'm like i know she wouldn't five hundred thousand for charity. You just as much work is heated. Who's such an exciting thing. Is this somebody. Yeah i mean. I go yes i loved somebody because a lot of times do a phone a friend and then you'll hear the person and you understand it but you're rooting against it. They're going like oh man. She's usually so smart. But that's not what i would picked and it's like that's why you made them your phone a friend because you know that they're smart and they'll get it right when you would have gotten it wrong so i don't know over all in all everything about that. Clip made me very happy. It was like a really nice way to start the day. Let's awesome except for how long it takes jimmy kimmel to reveal if he got it right or not. There's so much draw it's like we get it. We get it. Yeah we the heartbeat. So it's like you can't not be altered my stomach's already sweating the maybe get my deodorant. It how was your thanksgiving. You i for anybody who didn't watch our livestream. I was here alone. I made pasta in sausages on the stove. Which i haven't done. I don't use my stove. That much and my dog freaked out at the smell of like garlic and other such delicious flavors because she's never really been around food as it's being created. She's a big fan but wasn't allowed to have any was not a big fan of that and ever since then our problems with food. This is kind of update. Now have become a stronger because now she's like now. I know what real food can smell like. It's not whatever this garbage is so not eating. But we just when she does. She's getting sick so it's like we just switched to a dog food. I'd i guess. Dan's mom has been like. Oh yeah i had dog that got sick a lot like would always saying got sick puking but i think diarrhea too much podcasts. I'm trying to do it again. dog like that and i got him. This thing for sensitive. Stomachs is food for sensitive stomachs. Try it and we're like okay. Because my vet who. I think i've said this before. I've never really met them. It's because she's a covid pup so like we haven't really gone in met and interacted with you kind of just drop the dog off. Yeah i don't know if it's because of that that i don't feel like my vet and i are on the same page or if it's because there are bad vet you know And i like to default to like it's a it's a vets business. That's been in business for a long time. They would not still be successful if they weren't good at being vets so it must be that we're like missing each other on like they just doesn't seem like they communicate. Well whoever i call. Whoever i get will change what they're going to say about the dog. You know what i mean. It's like oh if i had gotten the lady. She would have said this but anyway they seem to think it's not a big deal. I keeping like. She's this is a lotta diarrhea. I mean a lot of being sick for a dog. A shits fine. It's fine. But i think i accidentally you might accidentally have to believe that because i was gonna say she. And then i went to say so technically. I didn't say it if you wanna leave it in either way. i feel. I'm just going to try this and hopefully that'll get cleared up. Point was question. That was asked of you before i answered and it wasn't about that is how is your thanksgiving thanksgiving was really nice. We we kinda crushed cutting. Like steve did the turkey on the smoker as discussed..
"david jang" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"What are you supposed to go in there when they don't throw it to him they're throwing into kelsey and that guy's a total mute and they have watkins just injustice shits and giggles basically when they have watkins out there. Tyreek hill doesn't have to do any of those decoy nonsense. Because that's really the only way that you can stop tyreek hill. His if he decides to be used as a is there a third guy. Give me there to you. Talk about weird bodies and bodies. We inspect in the nfl. Can you guys give me not on defense because there are some guys on defense. Who looked like this. But when i tell you the body type you need to tackle is tyreek hill or in the only other body. I've seen exactly like this. One in a larger model is aj brown. Where you're like good god like that's just that all that is you can only hit bona on that dude like you. You cannot tackle something anything that soft on that dude. No matter how small is. And i'm trying to think if there's a third body you guys can think of like i don't think kamara that wake medicare like they're built. I'm not talking about muscular larry. I'm just talking about something that feels like. It's made other the bowling ball's material derrick henry too but that's the entire strength and conditioning program tennessee. How the titans can you tell me like if you're playing against them like you know. Derrick henry is coming yesterday the culture supposed to have a good defense. What the hell are you supposed to do. When that starts running downhill on you you also start running downhill away from it coming on. It's going to be fun with chubb. And derrick henry gave. I needed the jacksonville jaguars to win a game yesterday. Your browns pulled that out. Oh wait a minute. I really needed a way of mike. Glennon okay you needed him as a jet. I wanna talk about this about that game though because Mina kimes is gambling. Advice was not good yesterday waited. She won a million dollars for someone else and loss us about six hundred. She won a million dollars. You know this for somebody For david chang celebrity chef on who wants to be a millionaire. She helped him win. A million dollars really using student was incredibly dramatic. I was watching David chang is one of a handful of celebrities. Actually get to the million dollar question but only norm macdonald. Previously has attempted at answering the million dollar question. All the other ones quit while. They're ahead and david. Chang went for it. He had one lifeline. Left that lifeline was mean afford impossibly. Difficult question i I presidents have electricity in the white house was the question correct. And she wasn't guessing she said. This is probable xs probable. I don't remember. What was it. Hoover joanne harrison. Who i think jimmy kimmel in both david jang didn't weren't exactly sure was even president and she went harrison harrison and she stated she's not one hundred percent share on this. The million dollar question actually said she was going to say harrison cleveland. Even though cleveland wasn't one of the options what she did was a time. Line the timeline of electricity. And she also knows all the president's in order so she's actually men. Yale actually turned out to be pretty school She couldn't get into harvard But unless you know that for certain you have to ask. Your phone ran if you know for certain if she did not but she. She pushed him in that direction and he trusted her because she's made a regardless with stugatz giving a maybe in that spot it was a maybe. She was leaning pretty strong answer. We're at the million dollar question. It's gotta be a guaranteed okay. But she couldn't guarantee it because she wasn't one hundred percent sure and also this is. This is funny about mena's personality right. Because mike and i were teasing her about how bad she was gambling yesterday. And she actually. It feels like you have to be a more gentle than you would be with some of your other friends rough housing with how awful they were at gambling on games. Which is winning though. You can't rip her. She doesn't take kindly to the rib. Well just in that instance. Because she didn't ask for any of that she really didn't ask for me. And mike asking her for thirty for thirty s and i would sixteen during bowl season well. She was only three yesterday but does seem to be leveling out for the two of the losses were brutal though one of them was the chiefs game She had chiefs three and a half. Thanks andy reid. Losses lost in that is correct and the other one is that she had cleveland over. Jacksonville ashes officiating. Put it on the out rooting for her to lose camera. Put it on the poll. You're not getting the pigs. Right at lebatardshow has still got win. God's ever given more useless life advice than a loss is a loss at lebatardshow. So she had the jacksonville cleveland game and she had it won the the entire game. And at the end. of course. Jacksonville comes storming back but one of the things that happened in this game and i don't know if you guys were watching this. It's something i've never seen before watching football. And i was on the wrong side yesterday. And this was an apocalyptic lockable day for me. But i was on the wrong side of every single damn fourth and short in the sport yesterday like everyone the chargers at the end trying to get in the end zone to cover there were like seven of them and i was over seven wrong on every single one but the thing i've never seen before they brought out the chains cleveland browns fourth and inches..
"david jang" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel
"Dan Shaw now in fewer than ten minutes, my goals extract the best advice in the world's smartest ammos interesting people might ask them just by questions. My guest today is the chef and founder of Mama, who in the starve Netflix's ugly delicious David Jang since opening Mahmoud Noodle Bar New York City back in two thousand four. He's been honored with six James Beard Awards and it's been recognized as time one hundred honorary in this episode David. Opens up about his many life struggles as illustrates in his new. Memoir eat a peach. You had a lot of insecurities in your childhood such as not being a great chef and feeling like an outsider as a Korean with mostly white shafts around you. How were you able to cope during this dark period in your life in what did you learn about yourself in the process? Well, I think the coping mechanisms when I was. Cooking and even before cooking just high school to college and just my formative years I think it was coping by. By trying to like not be me, I think weirdly coping mechanism is running away whether it's from problems or your own identity and I became incredibly adept at doing that and. Honestly to the point where I would just like move places thinking where a fresh start would allow me to. Maybe blame other problems. Maybe it was my location without actually realizing the difficulty of the surroundings or whoever I was at the time, which was you know when your kid you really still no nothing and even at the age of forty three I still feel like I know nothing I think the other forms of coping were incredible amount of drinking and drug use because when you are not with them and not trying to. Fit in you are just trying to have an alternate form of reality right and in some ways, it's just numbing and the more I think about it. You're just coping with loneliness even though you might be surrounded by people everyone has their own ways of coping and that's just how I happen to do it and I think ultimately the best way I coped with it which when I wasn't sort of running away or. Drinking was just working blending in by working hearts. You don't have any time to think about anything and that leads perfectly into the next question. As I said, you're extremely self-aware the pastor this book you said in the book that working so hard with a side effect of depression and I felt like that during my twenties working over a hundred hours a week work. An intriguing can relate was out hide your mental health issues motivate you to become a successful chef. You know I think in the book I, say something like you know being an an addict to work is. The same addiction, right? Being an addict is an addict. The one thing that is peculiar about being a work addict is at least for myself and some people I've seen when you are at the top of your profession, that is the peak of your addiction. You know that's actually the you bothering him out by actually hitting the peak. Whereas if you're a heroin addict, you might be like you know lost everything and no money no family and that would be bottoming out in the weird thing about work and it being socially acceptable. Is it seen as this prestigious type of thing the one thing about depression and I've learned and if I am self aware it is.
"david jang" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody
"When you made that move or your parents like Oh my God. or where they've been. Fine. I think pretty much given up. This guy's out of control. Should should've never left Turkey. I find a place where. I lost the musical chairs game. My parents have given up on me. Chip wide is ignoring me and woody me like the corona virus. Show I'm like, okay that's it. Now, what do I do and then this phone call comes from. Frank. carding up music in among dislocation, this new radio station and a really. Have you ever heard of Mark Driscoll nope. If you've ever heard of Elvis Duran nope are well, you will. You get back and that was it nineteen, eighty, nine, we launch Cubano to what the hell here's another hip. Mattress go. I mean tell me about that obviously superstars in. Goosebumps Goosebumps I. I remember I was board opping first two three weeks. There were no their personalities remember that. Before Matt just. All the wall. I remember playing Millie Bonilla. Girl you know. Every. Time that song comes on today I still get goosebumps that that you know music can do that. So powerfully instantly on back in that. Studio in Dallas Cynwyd a first couple of weeks of incredible unbeknownst to me that it would one day become a legendary like ninety nine. Unreal and so is just the electricity running through the building at that point? Unbelievable and this mark. Driscoll. As far as we're concerned, that's not a man says, God. The Hallway. You know we're in the president's. Prima beam. Huge huge and then this guy, this talk about creative mentors creative power again and David. J WHO's doing the image for to whom Microscope basically brought him because you know him and Mark Disco. Together from Florida right there down and I believe. So yeah, and I'm watching David Jang or the eight track. Magic these imaging pieces together on my. Jaw is on the I am just in awe watching him. Is this really happening. Am I really part of this huge. So there is a massive influence in my create a rhetoric, generally speaking literates for imaging or commercial production to this day that picked up during that powerful period that has become permanently embedded in my heart in my mind. I mean. To Be mentored by Jeff Wyatt Mark Driscoll David J and Elvis Duran? I. Mean. What are you saying? True. Absolutely. So from their filming in a little bit how things kind of grow. Your at that point now have commercial production experience imaging experience mixing experience I. Mean You really have all aspects timing from to stop practicing law Then you realize Oh my God this is one of the most stable a industries. I gotTA get out. All. Right. So the cumulative thing. Lasts until. I think they are like ninety two wish or show and right about that time as when frank really picks up, that's when the move to center city begins to happen and the production is now. Accelerating East, picking up more clients and so this thing is now beginning to. You know the grounds galvanized enough. We've we spread begin catch on right now it's. It's fun..
"david jang" Discussed on Eater's Digest
"Good Welcome to digest for having me so tell us jj you have unique job in the world of food. What is it that you do? I write cookbooks for other people. Okay how did you get into that. I was flailing ailing has a writer And I think I was aspiring to be in my head. At least I was like I wanna be like Michael Pollen. It was right around the time. Pollen came out with one of his many awesome books and I was like I wanna be that guy and then I thought about it for five seconds and I realized that can ever be that guy and I wanted to be. Yeah one of those like a kind of wanted to be alone. Gallivant like discovering. Some new fancy restaurant in Copenhagen guys except not Copenhagen And I just that's not me And I'm I think when you get to a certain point in writing you are supposed to have an opinion and you're supposed to have taken you're supposed to have things to say and I am from New Jersey. Yeah and I've never been anywhere and I've never lived more than two hours from home and I realized I don't have that much to say but chefs and people who my name help do have something to say and I can help them say it allows you have nothing to say. No Oh I have some some things to say. Now that I've been doing this for like fifteen years right Mostly fetching but how did you get your first deal assignment crumbs other people's crumbs. I can't work with this person. Exactly it was it was a it was a more motos USC. First Cookbook which is funny place to start because it sounds like it was a really fancy cookbook with Quinton Bacon and it was like pictures of Morimoto wearing like different Kimonos with like giant knives and and Broth fish everywhere. And for some reason. I quite know what happened. They were desperate because the writer they'd hired might have quit or disaster or it just wasn't working and they had like three weeks left to do the project and and they called some people who were much fancier than me and they couldn't do it or wouldn't do it because three weeks left really bad and so guess who gets guess who was up to the task eager beaver. How does your absolute? How did you put it out there that that might have been something you like that anyone would have actually called you for? Oh that's funny yeah it. It wasn't an when this person Peterman Who is I think? Probably working with David Jang at the time and like a real cookbook contacted me. He said like I can't do this. Maybe you'd be interested and I was like I can't do a cookbook McCook like I don't know how to cook like you know. Fried Chicken with caviar every are right twenty dollar bill saw. Don't worry it's a scam. You don't know how to cut. He did he did but minus the scam part That one wasn't doing any recipe so it was it was. I was possibly remotely qualified to do that. I guess because there's just writing about my next project involved cooking or at least translating recipes B.'s For Home Cooks which yeah as you said. I thought I couldn't do because I am a bad cook. I'm not trained. I also clumsy and scared of everything thing and I think everything's going to explode and kill me But it turns out that people are like that and chefs. Do need someone who's like. Oh did you did you burn them Brune. There should be like those are small pieces. Do you have to do so. Peterman called you and you're like funny enough. I just decided that I independently. Don't have anything I WANNA say. I was open to anything this was like I was just give give it. Give it all to me I don't know if I was I think I was. I was freelancing at the time I had one one job in my life was at precarious dot com. Like twenty six years ago Either had just left that job to try to freelance. And I was freelancing and failing. I'm reading like one story every like you know Five months who knows what and I was eager for work So I was like sure I'll do it and I ask questions later. How did you do it? The Morimoto Book It was an interesting project I didn't get that much contact with him for that project. Probably because he was tired of dealing with this other writer and I have to ask you know spin very small amount of information into a very long book extrapolate it was actually a good lesson Because if I if my first project was some like magical romantic mandic project where I'm learning every day and Learning how to Cook Northern Thai food and and travelling to Thailand island in watching people make it and helping the working hand in hand with translating stuff. I might have been under the impression that all cookbooks magical beyond downhill from them but it was all uphill or are sort of up and down. Up and down by cookbooks are crazy. Like cookbooks are a disaster like everything is disaster until you finally get it together and it isn't suggested anymore. How much is writing? And how much is recipe focused. Because I initially assumed it was. You're just like developing recipes and testing recipes. But it's not that I think some projects it is. I think some projects are more like someone has a an idea and they're like hundred recipes and the the writing is more or less introducing the recipes and writing an introduction. But I'm I tend to be Attracted to the projects that are like a little more narrative. Or there's like a story worry or there's like a culture to explain or there's like a personal story to explain so I really like I like the writing part a lot. The recipe part is like a different part of your brain but it's also like it feels like the OCD part of me. I'm like Oh that's a you know it just like you have to be really precise and you have to make sure that dummies dummies can follow. The instructions is easy for someone to explain. Say how full dumplings if they're just folding them in front of you there like do this you fold them in half and you're like oh I see see the corner touches the other corner but when you try to explain it in writing. It's the most complicated thing in the world. You're like fold right. Most corner onto left corner making a isosceles triangle. It's like really technical. One of the hardest things I've ever had to do was teach my brother over the phone how to use a credit card to break into my old apartment. I was not expecting that. Okay what's the recipe. A Lotta folding. Honestly it's a lot of folding. It's a lot of it but you've got to angle on hand into angle. That's exactly what I do I. Jj Jj so at what point and maybe this is just ignorance but like at what point do you feel like Cookbooks involved where having Morimoto board more and more does new book with Jj good as like the second name. There was actually a thing that people were excited about rather than just like the Morimoto Book was obviously written by Morimoto. And someone like you would totally in the background. I think no one has ever been excited. Set it see my name and a cookbook said made me my. We'll just gotten better at. I don't know I I feel like now. I'm excited to have to see some famous person's Book Doc. Rick written with someone that I know is actually going to do a good job so I think there's something to say for that. I don't know if if somebody was an amazing mazing talent Asante extremely talented as a musician. But like Kinda like out the little crazy as a cookbook Recipes be so crazy. Jesus but you you you know you. Don't you Majett kind. You can write a song. But he can't necessarily barely write his memoir So if you were to see like a famous music journalist on that cover you'd be like Oh this is going to be really well written and it's GonNa be a story told by someone who can get it out pin and make it really exciting and dramatic right. I guess that's true with cookbooks too. Although I think it kind of breaks the illusion sometimes because cookbooks are so intimate there are plenty of projects where I am. I'm not allowed to be on the cover or not allowed. Just don't end up the range there somewhere your neighborhood. Yeah totally and it's it's a I think it's I think it's really fine. Like I like the illusion. Asian if you know I'm sure. Politician Ghostwriters Hillary Clinton writes her books but with her staff But no I think it's I think it's A. It's it's feels nice when the chefs like like. Hey you should be on the cover because I grapple and you you we work so hard on this and you should get credit. I feel like that is when it's exciting and I'm like absolutely I would love to be that I'm so proud of this. I would love to be on the cover but if someone was like hey it kind of breaks the illusion when I'm trying to tell stories and some now yeah it just it just breaks the illusion. I'm okay that illusion. Yeah what are the things. You're editing out from a decision Edwards and like a chef where words nobody wants swearwords anymore in books. Yeah but they did at one point. I think it was cool for a while. Okay now. They're like you to read this. Are there fancy techniques that they're trying to do and you're like Andy Record let's not well Andy. No do not say no to indy rookie. He may never say no to say no to directors because he is so thoughtful. Let he's already thought about why you might be saying. Can we not do that. He's like well no. This is what they do when they're making this particular dish pop pop pop park You know his books about communicating. how He makes food at his restaurant which is very very close to how the dish would be made in in Thailand and so part of reading? The recipes is showing you how people make food in that country WHEREAS LINEAR I guess the little different? It's cool to see how they make food. I guess not that I ever WanNa do it. But it's also learning you learn when you when you read those recipes even if you don't ever cook from them are there any art so let's say a linear for sake of argument or some very like precious chef comes to you and you guys decide that you're you're GonNa work on the book together are there are. There are some ground rules that you'll lay out on day one and be like. Hey these are things that I'm telling you right away. You're not going to get to have in the the buck. No it's it's it depends. It's more of a conversation Whether I come to the book when it's already soul to a publisher Or if I'm writing the proposal and I'll basically say like what kind of books do you want to do. And if they WANNA do as just US Andy. The example of India again I approached him in two thousand six. Or something I went to a wedding in Portland like begged him to have a cup of coffee with me and I was like you could talk. Think about doing a book and he's like Yes as we should do a book you want it to be like pro like easy tie one two three right. He's like no like what you wanted to be like. Pop puck like at home though. No it's like okay like after. I got the impression that he wanted it to be a book that was hard to cook from because he wanted to show how hard it is to make. And how much effort you need to do especially in the West to make it good and so we sold that idea we like okay. How are we going to frame that to a publisher to make it exciting Rather than trying to change tra- change the idea to make it more mom cook friendly and then once you sell convinced the publisher the publisher that this is this is a good idea. Then you have free range to two. I was like you know we sold you a book. That said you have to chop a piece of meat for forty five minutes with a giant cleaver so no one's surprise when you see the thing that that book ended up being that's what it. Yeah there's a recipe that says clear your schedule for the next forty five minutes and you chop meat cleaver until it's really finely minced and then you immerse your hand in a bowl of raw blood with some lemongrass and use French. That's just like two of the many steps of this dress like you don't have to cook from you don't know I've never made that recipe that Tester has and I've eaten it.
"david jang" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"Of Hack Disney plus a cancer already for sale on hacking forums. We you know so yep lists are out there already nothing Nothing surprising when you go out ahead and come out in public can say we don't care if you share your accounts. Well who do you think's GonNa Happen All right then. Let's put these on the market. I'm surprised that people people aren't selling them privately. Maybe they are. Maybe they are but I mean you also have to think about. It's like okay. This is a new service that everybody's going to be re using their email address and passwords that they did on other services. So let's just run the list. Let's just from that list against Disney plus and see how many we hit prices vary from three dollars or account to to as much as eleven dollars an account which is more than an actual legitimate Disney. Plus a cap cost. Well pretty far month The assumption here is most people are getting like the full year. So you're paying eleven bucks for a full year which is considerably less for some reason. I Have A. I have an inkling that people aren't buying these to watch Disney any plus. They're buying it to do what just suck whatever other data they can get out of it. You know that's true because I'm sure there's just more within your email address and your Password inside of your Disney plus account stopped. Have your billing address so if you log in you can see home address and things like that. That is true. You gets more. Data's indeed I have to check and see if Maya my account got hacked as their list somewhere as their own. I don't know if this is on have have been found yet. But as long as he used a unique password for Disney plus which. I assume you did because you use one password for everything that you probably have a you know a new report art. They can only get into my Disney plus accountant. As I've mentioned there is not much under the account information area since I still can't figure out what kind of account I have or if I have. ESPN bluster not lose any of that working I was GONNA say. Here's here's the best case scenario for you. Some hacker steals your account really wants to watch. ESPN plus goes through support and sets it up. Oh card. I'd be so happy I'd be. I'd be totally fine. Sharing my account with that hacker you can watch as much as you want you to make this fucking. ESPN PLUS GET SPN plus to work for me. There's another big game coming this weekend. Damage speaking of Disney plus. Did you see the mandatory and episode. To of course I did and what did you think should we wait for bitter. I'm sure we'll talk about it anyways a I can. I can say it's pretty awesome. Yeah it's good. It's really good baby. Baby Yoda's little Chichi but whatever it's I love it I love him. I love him to everybody does. He's the biggest game on the Internet. Right now yeah I thought it was very well done episode. I'm I'm really looking for okay. There's only eight episodes for this whole season. Yeah I didn't know if you're aware that so this is going to be a quick burn but very good. Yeah is I space Western go. It's pretty damn there. Because I was doing it I love Western's and I love space western so this is right up there. Did you like that What was that movie? Space cowboys voice. Never saw that one. That's one of the old guys right now. That's not the one I'm thinking of. I'm thinking of the one with James Bond and Livia wild that was The aliens came to the Western. No now I don't think I saw that one. Don't like this probably I didn't see it. Yeah it was really really bad The crown season three. You has dropped. I've seen two episodes already loving it. Well good for you because now there's crowned the official podcast do not need that. It's as officials made by Netflix. Who cares okay? I'll just throwing it in for you. I enjoy watching the show. I do not need to listen to a podcast about it. I learned that from listening to the podcast from battle. We'll START GALACTICA which made me want to kill Ronald de Boer. Great Oh man. Netflix is making Beverly Hills Cop. Four another thing get. Nobody wanted asked for or care about looking forward to the podcast about it though. Of course you get listened to the podcast about it to do do do do do do it. Better using that Axel Foley. I was GONNA say that was not the says Doo Doo Doo. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo. which ones left him? I don't know what you're saying. Well somebody out there on me okay. Oh man and I have been watching breakfast lunch and dinner with David Chang Hang Like the first one was south Rogan. Thought that was fun. Loved the Kate McKinnon episode. Because I have such a crush on her. And there's one with Lena waste. It was okay but you can skip the Chrissy Teigen one altogether. You know what I did. I watched none of the Christie can of soda. Before you put this in there and I went this show show sucks. How can you take Chrissy Teagan and make her boring well? Well David Jang seemed to figure that out right so I guess it's worth it. Uh for some of the other episodes then because I finished watching the Chrissy Degan one I was like I'm never watching the show again. I turned it off halfway through that. I'm like I'm GonNa go watch the Kate McKinnon one. That was excellent South Rogan. It was pretty funny and the lean away because it's in La. So I liked it. I liked it because every time I look at every time I look at net flicks nowadays. I'm like I don't WanNa get sucked into another story. That's going to disappoint me. Food food shows generally I can just I. You know what I'm not gonNA throw something at the TV. TV At the end of a food. Show Chrissy Teigen episode if I was forced to watch the whole thing But yeah it's it's good. I enjoyed speaking of getting sucked. Down the hall to watch A horrible things. I ended up watching Nikki. Glaser standup special banging. I'm not a millennial nor am I a woman so there was not not many chuckles for me here. This is pretty definite. Target Audience Work here. I'm sure it's funny to women and millennials but not me. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I really really talking about. I loved it. Yeah I didn't I don't think she's that funny. My roommate my roommate got a lot more out of it than I did. Because she's a woman but I thought it was solid all the way through. Okay was not got into it personally. Yeah that's the thing about comedy. It is subjective So this one. I wanted to yell at my at my computer. We've we've had cranky weeks haven't oh this comes from vice science support your habit of falling asleep too stupid podcasts. It starts off talking about drew. Ackerman sleep with me podcast. which has been around for quite some time and their other? You know bedtime podcast stories grownups. Meditation Shen shows which honestly I have a phone so even just saying the letters or makes my back tense up really. Ah Heavily now couple of paragraphs in I would like to state this. I'm going to read this verbatim. Actually you know what I'm GonNa do. I read the headline again. Science support your habit of falling asleep. Too Stupid podcasts. Cut Down a few paragraphs. There's not any publish science at how podcast Catholic Ackerman's work per se but study shows that they're positive correlations between listening the white pinker brown noise also not a podcast I But the but the author of this article says that isn't the human voice much like wait noise. No it's not it's fucking not but this more out of the week because I have a very similar story coming up God I just why did you pay so much. The story it here when you're all you really wanted was the first two paragraphs just a remind me of how stupid this fucking article. Thanks a lot because he made me fucking read it. You're welcome Brian. What a waste of time? The library some exciting news. We've got incoming Christopher more and it looks like a return to his normal lunacy. Not like the last book that I couldn't get through. It's called Shakespeare for squirrels. And it's coming may twenty twenty. Oh yes good. Please knock on wood. Be Good please yet noir. I tried so many any time that and never even got close. Yup I did get through. The end is always near apocalyptic moments from the bronze age collapsed nuclear near misses by Dan. Dan Carlin finished. It loved it absolutely loved it okay. Good let's go get it seriously. I'm so far behind on his podcasts casts. I can't even imagine starting a book of his. Now that's funny because it's like he puts out three episodes every two years. So how can you get behind. Because they're like nineteen hours hours-long. There's three hours it's not bad. I'm behind I do man ride your bike. Ride your bike and try and get your room but it worked because you can't reach over and press the button toughest a tough life man it is. It's a tough life and I founded book by Dennis. E Taylor of Bob Averse fame. Oh yes but we're getting Bob. were spokes right. Yeah this is called outland all right and I think this is one one of the audible only ones and fortunately it's read by the guy that read all the Bob of her books. So that's good right now. When I first got it I was reading the reviews and the reviews that they highlighted highlighted were not very flattering to the book? I'm like Oh but I got it and I started listening to it and I listened to it as I was falling asleep because science. It's told me I could and I did fall asleep. I blame that on the magnesium not the science behind the book I'm still going to go back to it but I went back and I was pulling some the reviews for the show. And here's one love. The story hated the foul language. Great story good character development but lots of swearing. Airing could have enjoyed more if the author could write without assuming so many people cuss and WanNa hear it. You sure you didn't copy and paste from our reviews is probably one of ours. Yeah out of all of course no no capitalization in any of this and He hated the foul language. I hate the foul language as well. Yes birds urge man. They cannot You'd Never WanNa get into an argument with the bird anyway. I'm going to check it out and it was another one. That was pretty funny too short for the money and I'm like it's ten hours as long dude. What the Hell you want? Everybody complains so much about everything. Now it's insane which we'll get to in our feedback loop. Yeah Yeah Yeah. And and honestly I mean maybe we can put a copyright infringement lawsuit Greg Complaining and Griping. That's our stick people get over it. You're so the other week when we were discussing the mandatory and with Dave Bittner I believe brought up the point that the episodes are so damned short right I do and why are they so short and because facebook listens to us This showed up in my feet. You know it's a link from screen rant called why the man delorean's episodes assode are so short. The Mandolin Premier clocked in thirty two minutes. While it's follow up was a little bit shorter at twenty seven minutes in a world where scripted series usually run for forty to fifty minutes without ads ads. The public will obviously find these outings too short much like you did. Jason Assuming this pattern continues. The total runtime of the shows for season will be around four to four point five hours. That's it's just an hour and a half longer than the three hour full feature film. Thank you for the math lessons. There hasn't thanks our math. Yes and then. I'm not even GonNa bother reading these things. They they go into a couple of paragraphs of nothing but conjecture yes there is no answer to the question. Why the man lauren's episodes of shows so short once again? The click economy sucks. There are millions of articles about the man. delorean out there and none of them say Shit. There is no answer in this article..
"david jang" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"On eighty. Her eighty are here actively making the sport better. I mean making this work. Give morale morales on getting these guys more active. I'm not hating lady. I'm not mad at him for doing what he's doing. The only thing that i had a problem was the oscar rivas a whole installation but other than that you doing a good job with fighters got a commend them yemen so once again the official press conference for his laundry. Laura versus ramon alvarez takes place tomorrow dim ramon fighter five-burner yeah. Oh my god oh that's right now. We're not talking about them might as well be talking about them right. Ain't that the level of his fight yes. It is yes yes. I know i'm being i'm being brutal. Astray site bricker vermont got a chance in hale laura. He got our by brennan real so i was laura. Sanco is on same aim both though like he got barely a shot against her g. His shot against her jim gee you know is a little robotic. You know he's always had that you. You know that was not. He's slightly robotic. No it's true if you're upset. No what happens you if you don't also see the first time but i'll try again to williams and w._b._o. I if david jang upsets gennady. I still won't find mepham canal. You know what i'm saying. Fuck that bill you know fuck that bill for a couple of years they gotta learn the ibm consistent with the mandatory though not but that's the point they not consistent though he won the belt in a unification it shouldn't it came attached to no stipulations. That's that's not high should work. They hate and on the boy but that's okay. That's okay sad to different right here in new jersey two o. j. i am so excited about a commit is the same time of year that jacob title so they they they are pretty consistent with with the mandatory again mike. He shouldn't have had a mandatory the way that it normally works when you win a title. You're giving voluntary then. You're mandated your mandatory. This is insane. The do envy take given a exemption receptive exactly and again. I shouldn't get any stipulations from your old chan. You know what i'm saying and that's cool. You can make excuses and i shouldn't have to deal with all that. If i'm cannella so so fuck your bell don't agree with that. I want to see a undisputed. Jimmy's to too much talent. You know the only way you should get undisputed disputed as if <hes> triple g goes in fides <hes> dimitrius now because why should cannella go fight dmitri's then turn around and fight triple g again for a belt. They took him fuck. You don't agree fuck. You suck yeah bell. That's just as simple man china plan but let's go out to the callers you know the number to call in one four two five.
"david jang" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Began stuffing clothing that he was giving to her in her purse at one point the woman hides behind Robin as she tucks a shirt away. And rod Finn is helping her the process and handing stuff over her. And there's video of it. And I understand what you're saying game. Isn't there's always going to be people out there that may be getting in trouble. No matter what. But I don't think has Robin ever been accused of stealing something from somebody. I can't recall not I'd have to look to the means a lot. I mean, you know, the bad boy pistons days to now that the law activities on outlook on I don't remember stealing stuff the man. Yeah. It's it's got interesting. It really is. Because he's the guy that. The feel. I mean, he's the guy that you get a free just by taking a picture. So it doesn't make sense. But again, if you're doing something, you shouldn't be doing then they start at your drinking or you take, you know, visit taking these things happen to Arizona talked about UNLV if they don't sign David Jenkins this if David Jenkins does after losing cable Caleb grill and JT transferring probably a couple of a couple other guys transferring if they don't sign David Jang gets fetus and transfer. You know, the can they win even ten games next year with their current roster. That's the thing. You got a grandparent? Where is he? I I don't know. I know he's a software. Right. He's he's a software. He's not out immediately. Eligible. They I mean, he would be very good. And you wanna give guys like that? They will do good culture and have to pay the practice getting better. However, the key is is you have players in your hometown that you need locked up getting other guys find as well. But other guys that are just as talented if not more than you're passing up net. That's an issue today. Taryn Todd fix four point eight on anyway now, and he has not gone off about UNLV now. Daddy offer to you'll be Cantu. So you might be aware of this. We had Michael avenue on the show yesterday. And my first question to him was UNLV basketball, and he responded, and he said that he has one hundred percent proof. I'm kind of paraphrasing here, right? He said he had one hundred percent proof that McCoy received. At least what did he say JD several payments, right? Several payments. He said two different payments, at least of in the tens of thousands of dollars from Nike. What do you? What do you make of that rebel American? Use the top ten to fifteen kid poll. Prep light that kind of the norm. I don't think anybody would be surprised. I look at his top list of school. They're all ninety with those Judah. Well, you only really wasn't even list the late late rise of Michigan state said, hey, go state a couple of schools for both. It was both. We might be cool along with did he played on Nike team? So. It's not a soccer five. That's kind of how it gets done. Yeah. Yeah. I I agree. Do you think that UNLV or Marvin that's the key question here? Because do you think UNLV new Marvin Menzies new because according to have an ATI he believes UNLV knew what was going on about what they knew what you can prove. And that's the situation with all we know everything. But how can you prove that that thing and finding that through being able to prove that without any doubt is the biggest thing that dirt hard for who've ever tried to do this. That's why these cases very really happen until one we were talking about our Kelly because he represents someone in our Kelly civil suit, and we asked do you think are Kelly is ever gonna see the light today said the chances of our Kelly seeing the light of day and ever getting out of jail is the same as one of the top college basketball programs not cheating, which would you agree with that statement? I thought it was kind of funny. But do you agree with it? Do you think it's factually accurate? I mean, it makes sense. Thank. But here's the thing when it comes to college sports in general and football than basketball, by the way, way we're supposed to down south. We do a whole show on that called sport. All the way to do. Just in general. I mean sports in the south of religion ball up whatever it takes. Have a good team the feel good competitive team. They're going to do even the bachelor school year. They're spending money as well. So about like, it's a big school everyone doing it. It's one of those things where it could known. It's a known twice in this way. Right. You talked to a lot of guys you guys. The next time. You lifetime will ever and they play college ball. They ever took something more benefit air would off air into symbolic. I'll probably say it on earth. I'll probably. I mean, it's a no big. It's something that incoming all. I'm more surprised when someone didn't get something wants to find buy that. Because this four stars that are getting stuff. So how things go. Yeah. I mean, I guess in a perfect rope. He'd like it. If everyone look I'll I'll say one thing about avenue, and I agree with him on this when he thinks players should get paid. There should be some sort of understanding with the NCAA. And that's what he thinks. And I think that should happen as well. Let it be a fair playing field for everybody. I would totally be okay with that. But I think this is getting into some interesting territory say what you wanted Michael Nadi. I believe in the long run. This could be good for NCA for the NCAA. How do you see it? Well, I'm here. They are going to find a medium because. Feel the provided alternative guys. You know? That's the thing. I think he's worried about because you'll someone right now thinking, hey, how we provide a situation where you guys are able to get paid not like pros Logan them with ten year. But happens guys get a million dollars or somewhere with four year plan play Goto, the pro and the var- ball tried to do that with the J BA. Right. But to correct, but also how can these guys, you know, find at dollars muscle friends with violent waves. We knew about him way to do. He's able to make money on sponsors anthem random. We wanted to do because you can make money and be dot that you'd be home brand. And you could even argue that the competition will be better if the top players are playing their exactly so that that's what an NBA we're going to have high school wants to leave soon. Anyway. So that's not going to be a big deal and gave that much because the top guy gotten way, but there's gonna be someone creating a league and both revenue Sherry sports and said, hey, you got to come out here and make more money here that you wouldn't college. And that's coming later Jameson. Do you think that Jon returns, the UNLV stays transfer portal? The bus chess reporter because one there's still a lot voice long, recruiting wise. They're still guy out there. A lot of guys wanna seniors unsigned wanted you cook is out there. I think I'll try to get old after they realize coats once his old guys that he has a four. So even though he did retain some good players. He wants to have his own imprint on this roster, especially with the salaries making some expectations. He's gonna have. So yeah, it's gonna be really interesting by duping a lot of other. There's what town out there, and he's he should be able to get a he's lost for your one. Well, from what I'm hearing many of the some of the people that he has picked up. These are the they have a lot of shooters out there. But not exactly the best athletes that can play defense is that. I mean is that a smart move? That way. I mean, he coaches that he'll pay some space a lot of threes. We kind of knew that come in. Now, we're gonna be vicious fine. How summit league? Yeah. But at the same time, I mean, he does have a record there. And the game was going like, that's the way the the three balls a bunch of threes that where it's going. I'm not a huge fan of it at the same time. I get we're trying to do again to your point. You gotta have to apple effectively deepen get a defense of scheme in place as well. And that's something I worried about what's going to be scheme because in the mountain west. Yeah, there's you know, you can score seventy eight points, but the tunic coats in this conference that can stand against you. You're going to get you're going to get seventy and eighty you're gonna eighty ninety and that's just the tuition are. Let's let's say that Mike Miller was head coach right now of UNLV. What were the critics situation? Look like, oh, well, all the state. Yeah. And they would have. Let's say RJ Hampton that just reclassified he become on board. So you have a top ten point guards and the plants that just coming aboard. So yeah, it'd be really the time. It'd be very very good time with other guys coming you'd have Jalen grade committed already it would be very very good. But unfortunately, that's not the case. You know, it wasn't the right time. But Mike millions of interest to be the coach afford. It may not be next year may not be two years from now. But eventually you'll be the head coach at the university of Florida. I have a feeling that he is going to be successful wherever he goes. It's just a feeling that I have if he works with his brother, I think they are going to win. They're certainly going to get the talent. And I think he's a capable coach. And I think he will have a good relationship with his players just like he does at the AAU level and just as he did as an assistant coach. So I think it'll work out. Okay. So here's the most important question of this interview for Jameson Welsh, can you do me a favor, and can you help me out? What can you do to pull some strings for me to get me? A mini signed TJ burger basketball. Can you work? Can you get that for me? Not trying to be funny. But why would you want that? I want to hanging up in my wall. And I think it's going to be look when he wins the national championship in two years. It'd be worth some this off air he wants to throw darts at it. Now, that's not tread. That is that's how we've had. That he wants to create a doll out of his jails not assigned basket. Don't listen to JD. That's not true. I wasn't it with syringes. That's what I was. Diabetes now without department, and they'll send you that. You could take that guy. Right. Are all right. Good. I appreciate that. Serious. I've got one of those Bassey solution. I want one of those basketball's because you can cut it open, and you can put hard boiled eggs in there. And you can eat different different types of meals was hanging out with Anderson hunt the other day and asked him that question any any almost spit laughing. When I asked him, I thought it was very. Very odd question, Brian. It really is. So instead of Mike Miller and five zero Kurtz, we've got TJ outs burger shooters can't play the and signed many basketball's. I wanna give this guy chance. Okay. Further record though. I I wanna say this on the air now that we have James on. I have emailed. The sports information director at UNLV five times in the last three weeks. I've tried to get TJ also bug around the show. No response. I tried to get desharnais Reid Francois the show because they put out a press release saying that they're changing where the media section is at the Thomas and Mack center, and they're trying to get students closer to the court. Not a good thing if students don't show up, but I hope it works out. I tried to get France one. I didn't even get a response. I've also put out Norcross because apparently Andre Agassi and his foundation are going to be working with the UNLV athletic department. And I tried to get him to come on at three Yawovi not even response today. I sent them another Email the same person another Email asking them and saying, hey, what's going on? Here. You know, we just interviewed, you know, the creepy porn lawyer. I had to call them that once the show, and, you know, can you guys defend yourself could we get I can't even get a response from UNLV, let alone and no evidence definitely listening. You're gonna hear about. I mean, it's insane. Yeah. Interest is I'm not look I've always gotten responses from them. They haven't always say yes to me. But I can't even get a response from the UNLV athletic department. So I don't know. Jamison what do you recommend Rosman? Obviously, obviously, that's who I'm talking about. He's the sports information director in all, okay. Yeah. Yeah. I mean who else do I call? I mean, I don't I don't know. That's his job. Right. I don't know what I'm not trying to bash anybody here. But it's it's a little frustrating. We know we do a show here. Whether you like it or not, you know, we criticize UNLV when we think it's appropriate. We are all behind at least let me put it this way. I I have nothing against TJ outside burger. I'm behind him. I want them to win. I want him to win nothing against him..
"david jang" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"We true this Clark. We're legally obligated to hire us that or a sizeable settlement. So welcome to the team. We have. Jeffrey says back to the rogue days of relevant. I be here today. If there weren't rogue days that. Era, jesse? That's shocking store. Now, they'd like invite you on stage. Then it was just like Jesse sneaking any are you really shocked by that. And do you not to pull that off? But I'm just shocked at happened. So there's a world where I would hear that story ago. That is an incredible story. That is shocking that someone that is not a person introduced switch, and you someone says that's Jesse Carey story, and I go. Oh, yeah. Of course, difference people ever in the history of concerts, or like those kinds of festivals. Have you ever known the person? That's introducing you're never clapping for that person. It's always like. But listen missions director at Doug's United Methodist Church. Group kid with like a cat and a hat claps. Everybody else going. All right. Here's third day. I stand by my is STAN my Bill last summer we can't wear in Las Vegas for MBA. Summer league. We wanted to go see like the live Bill Simmons podcast. Totally the guest list was insane. It was like David Chang from ugly, delicious, you know, the the claim chef that the GM of the of the Houston Rockets was one of the guests. So a sold out of I'm like Cameron trust me. I walked backstage. And we just sat there backs David Chang bar in a hotel one of the big hotels, and it was like glass wall. And so we could see the kind of back of the stage from the corridor. You know, like we could see where it was and Jesse spotted a side door that went right into that area. So the main door had a doorman it was sold out. There's hundreds of people waiting to get in. They couldn't get in. Jesse just goes, well, there's a door over there. And we could see that's where the guests reposited in and out. And so he decided up he goes we're going for it. And I'm like, no, I'm not doing this. And he's like, no we're going and just like went in and I'm and I'm looking at him through the glass wall. He was in. Side standing on the side of the stage and. Walks next to me, and I'm standing next David Chiang. I'm out in the hallway, and I'm just like what in the world. Like, what do I do? Now. I have a follow up question for you. Just but first Clark, I'm going to ask you a question a minute. And the question is do you have family in town? That's the question to ask you so prep answer. How did you meet David Jang? No yet to see in those situations. You gotta play cool. You can't act like oh, get your act. Like I'm supposed to be here else. You're going to ask. So so I'm out there than I decide to go to this little lounge where like near the door, and I'm looking and there's Frank from from American pickers. He's just hanging out. I'm just like, well, there's Frank I'm silent up to Frank. Now, you know figured there's some good stories here. Is there any celebrity though, that you would lose your chil- over like. Exactly what I wanted to ask because a guy, and I had this conversation this weekend about if you saw Bill Simmons, and a restaurant would you walk up and talk to Bill Simmons, Marc Maron, Bill Simmons two to them. I would probably like wouldn't like try to get a picture an autograph..
"david jang" Discussed on The Moth
"Since nineteen Eighty-six. He's the author of the table comes first on family, France, and the meaning of food. You can find out more about the moth at the mosque dot org. We'll be back in a moment with the story about Michelin stars from the chef and owner of Momofuku David Jang. Radio hour is produced by public media would toll Massachusetts and presented by PR x.. Support for the moth comes from audible. Audio books are a great side kick for summer activities like running road tripping and enjoying downtime outdoors. Audible has the largest selection of audio books on the planet which lets you fill your summer with more stories like neverwhere by moth storyteller, Neil Gaiman. Audible members get credit every month. Good for any audiobook in the store, regardless of price and unused credits roll over to the next month. Didn't like your audio book will you can exchange it? No questions asked started thirty day trial. In your first audiobook is free. Go to audible dot com. Slash them off or text them off to five zero zero five, zero zero. That's audible dot com. Slash them off or text them off five zero zero five zero zero. This is the moth radio hour from PR ex. I'm Jay Allison. This is a live storytelling event called moth eaten adventures and food, and our next storyteller is David Chang..
"david jang" Discussed on Too Embarrassed to Ask
"These activities going on in some amazing racial tension. And my view was that none of our political leaders were stepping up in a way that gave context to our people in our employees were struggling with this, and I was feeling tension among my employee base. I need to talk to this coming from a. I mean, honestly, it just what a reflection of the times that we're in that a CEO feels compelled to you make speech like that, particularly like something. Is that like a company like AT that just wants to be the most absolutely middle of the road company, possibly offend the least as an American company that helps connect you to someone else. Please don't ever talk about our politics, Texas. I am Texas avoided. Everyone at these discussions were about responsibility and politics and how it's in an partisanship and impact. I mean faiths, oh, them all. So I'm very, it came on and I thought it was really good discussion. Yeah. Yeah, two more. I think we'll go to DARA coasts for Shahi. He had a incredibly hard problem or set of problems that he inherited when he took over Uber dead bodies in every closet, almost literally and he did a really good job. I think last night of explaining to people why Uber is going to be kind of different from here on out. He's he's more boring than travis's, but that's the entire point of him is to stop. You know, Uber should not be a company about like a charismatic and insane CEO who will stop at nothing to build the biggest business in the world. It's more like, well, you know, here's what we're going to do for our drivers. We're going to make some changes to the out. He didn't say it was interesting when Travis travis's here a couple years ago. He literally said it was great for me wasn't great for him where he said the problem. We were talking about self driving. He said, the problem with Uber is there's the people in the front we have to pay. And once they're gone, it's all gravy for us. And I, I literally sat there. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. And you could hear the audience like, oh. I wrote immediately. Finish the sentence. I had half a post up on the. Thank you so very much just like when Tim cook said, I wouldn't be in that situation. I was not expecting that, and I was like, thank you, Jim cook and seen. But now he likes this drive. He doesn't want to go. His job is to clean up the mess in his job on stage last night was to explain that he's cleaning up the mess. Did that very effectively? You know, I think the real question for him in that company and a couple of years is, is this released animal business? Is this a commodity business? How long can you keep taking money from Bill early and then basically handing it to you and me, and that doesn't seem like a good business model. Business as money. It's great most of the time. Again, that's the kind of thing you'll see in a couple of years and and and by the way it doesn't work, they'll be a like, oh, see, this is why you need a founder lead company. This is what you need an asshole and charges why you need a crazy person. This is why apple didn't work when Steve Jobs wasn't there and we'll see, but but there's plenty of big companies that are run by professional managers. I think that's what's going to happen. They're going to split up the world and make money in each of their markets and all the all the owned by SoftBank rate has a stake in like most of the big they do benefit and they have a lot of stairs. That's what I asked him about. If it's going to be like Alibaba, Yahoo kind of thing that their investment in DD or some of the others Ola wherever they are. So Daniel, Eric, let's finish on Daniel AC Daniel deeply frustrated me. Yeah, he said the word transparency, four hundred times. I still have noise. Swedish. I mean, there's this really interesting question that Spotify started to deal with and then ran away from as fast as they could, which is if you have artists who have done really bad things in the real world, should you continue to promote them on your public playlists? Not you know, should they be allowed to be on the platform is there's a lot of artists who've been alive, shady things, but you know if you're going to put together like the best nineties playlist are Kelly be on it given all of the stories about, you know, being a sexual predator and at the end of the interview, I still did not know how Spotify things about that question despite him, saying transparency, four hundred times. Yeah. I mean, clearly are on that is an internally confused company about that policy and they certainly regret sort of stepping into it. And I said this on stage like Daniel stubborn guy, so it's hard for him to sort of say I was wrong, or this was wrong. Wish you would have just said, yeah, we, we didn't get this right or. I don't think they blaming his PR people which is always a strategy, but I just wish you would've said honestly, just said, you screwed up and in sort of cut the conversation off because by the way, this guy built a really big business that should not exist, took it public in a way. That's really a novel is doing really interesting stuff is competing against apple and Google and constantly where you for him to be crushed. There's lots of really interesting stuff to talk about, and I was hoping we would get more of that and and because he couldn't sort of answer that question, it just stuck around stuck around. It's, I mean, you may not have an opinion. I think there's fighting internally at that company over that issue this internal fighting. He, you know, I don't think that he really is that passionate about or maybe he is, who knows? But we just want to move that thing off the table. So you at least as an interview or. The ones to judge. Of course, I was like, absolutely. You do judge. Yeah. And then he d- judge, right? So yeah, this sort of and you can see the internal confusion sort of on the stage in. So you end up sort of with a meta answer to like, yeah, they don't know, and that's the real answer, but he's just spent a lot of cycles on. Yeah, the the thing like a frustrating thing was that he said, I continually, you know, we communicated this wrong and I was sort of like, okay, well now's your chance to communicate this right. What do you think. One of the issues. I think we'll finish up on this idea of responsibility Tekere which was a big theme. You know when someone said, oh, you didn't have so much product news, but I was like, product news doesn't happen. The way used to at all are all things these because there wasn't a sudden like, here's the self driving car. Here's it just doesn't what you have a really big deal to announce you do it at your own, right. Always companies have their literally have their own events to do that and the smaller of and today we're announcing like that stuff that has a reporter as a journalist, I don't care about that stuff. It's like, what would you have wanted from Facebook? Because like another feature a couple of years ago, it have been a big deal, but now it is already up, but you know, it's much more interesting than Evan Spiegel came on and talk candidly about the struggles running Snapchat then like here's anew, taco filled. Oh yes, it's beautiful, and took my tech responsibility and then won't wrap up. I mean, because I think that really was this idea of them growing up reckoning. You used the word reckoning pier. I mean, they're all being forced to do it through sort of political, wait through just the weight of their own companies. If you have two billion people whether or not you want to admit responsibility for what you're doing, you end up taking responsibility because there's no one else to blame. Right? Yeah. And I'm torn because on one hand, you know, the more powerful the platform is the the less actively. I want them to be micromanaging. You know, the way the different opinions, you know, manifest themselves on the platform at the same time as a Spotify user Spotify wants to say there's real consequences for being convicted of domestic violence. I feel great about that is easier right, and not seeing about those in playlists. So I think I think companies are going to try bunch of things and some are going to take a more aggressive hand and others are going to be less aggressive and it will. We'll just have to sort of see how we feel about it. But I think there's lots of. Of mistakes and controversies in the meantime, and that's great for the content business is coming in the next year. Just generally now what's more tasty Newton bucket. I mean, this has been a really tough year. It seems like you literally can't shower without even not just in politics protect every day. It's just like long, whether it's me too, whether it's diversity, whether it's a political hacking, whatever it is, where I have my eye on the ball is what happens between now and the midterm elections. We know that Russians and other bad actors are trying to interview, aren't top tech platforms and and they might not see the next wave of attacks. Right? They didn't see the last one. Why should we did references? We don't even know we're fixing for the last problem. Right. So you know the best case scenario is that we make it through the midterms, relatively unscathed, and there are no new attacks in the platforms do a better job of of managing the bad actors. And the worst case scenario is that they get caught flat-footed just the way they did last time. So that's what worries me. I think one way to think about it is all of these companies, right? Not just Facebook and YouTube, but Spotify, Uber all described themselves as platforms, right? Which is there's a. Business reason for that, I think sort of like actually like theologically, they think this is the right way, but the the argument is, hey, we're just in the middle here and people are putting stuff up or people are connecting with drivers, and we're just, we're just facilitating it. We're just the middleman here are, you know, don't look at us if anything bad happened. It's b, it's because the guy who rented the Airbnb we didn't do that. And I think we are. This is the year where we're bumping up against some of those limits again, whether they're the company is recognizing on their own or being forced to recognize Peter. That's what I signed the counter to that right is is Randall Stevenson saying? Yeah, I would fire Roseanne Barr. Exactly because she was for me and she can't do not. She can't do not. And this tweets racist, right. And by the flip is, is the platform model is allowed all these companies to grow it really rapid clips. They're valued much more than traditional coming to pay the price that it costs to monitor. And so now we're seeing, maybe maybe there is a final point where you actually have to stop that. Pay for the cost more guess what the media business costs more. That was interesting morrissett whether they should be considered media companies. What do you think I do. To me, the distinction is meaningless. Like Facebook says, we're immediately that it gives you more responsibility that will Mark Zuckerberg has already said, I think we have more responsibilities than introduce writer, which is true. Like like in a way like making Facebook can media company, it's too small away to think of them. They're they're much more consequential than can berry. Last question, who's your shavers speaker? Each of for me, the most interesting talk with Spiegel because it is so rare that he sits down and faces an interview that his at all challenging and so it for me, that was the highlight. Hey, welcome. I don't wanna complement care. So David Jang. But again, it was another guy. It was another guy thinking about the answers. You could see him pausing. There was a really cool moment at the end. Yeah, Brooke Hammerling. Who is his friend and their mutual friends with Mario batali was saying, what? What do we do as people who are around people who are behaving badly? And he didn't have an answer, but it wasn't unsatisfying in the way that like washing Daniel extra to struggle with the question was unsatisfying. Zing, I don't know what we're really supposed to do, and that felt like a cool moment. That was very good. So you're welcome. You're welcome. Who do you want next year? Well, you came very close to getting Ilan mess. This year has a lot to answer for crazier from him next year and somebody somebody else. So you have the same year. The last time you had eland was Jeff Bezos, and I'm just always up as as a hard one to tell you. Yeah, those two I want more in buffet. I, that might happen. All could happen. We would like to hear from Brock Obama one day. Yeah, we Trump I want Trump. Yeah, circuit Tita. Peter just made a face. It's the, it's the who started face? Yes, it'd be a spectacle. Yeah, I would love to Carolos a spectacle and and more boring. We want to bring in people who like who run big packaged goods compete with not sexy, but we want to hear about how big are doing that. Big established company. That would be, but but we do want to hear we continually want to bring in the Fords and Pepsi's and coke. So the world and say, yes, we had world. Yeah, g. from China. He's to do that. I can. I pull that one off. Has you forgive minute interview to a western outlet? I don't know. Let's find out Mandarin. I not very good news. He's I teach you. How about had up North Korea? Do you Dennis Rodman Kim, Jong. W. Maybe I think would carry it as she goes to the grocery store. In those things that are MAC, they're called magazines Iraq. And she just I like that name. Her version that is Twitter because that person wrote a funny tweet. We should have them. Onstage text me this, and I'm telling you, Christine, you don't even start. Don't send beyond say, that's who I want. My gosh, please beyond say, thank you. Peo- people would die. Here's the question though. Right? When do you see beyond say, interview jazz. Exac-, but here's so is it just that she's so special that she just refuses you interview? Or is that she's actually not interesting to talk, sorry, you're not, you don't. You don't. These are coming for you. Let me would it be high behind is coming, go after Peter Kafka ABI hot because that would be I would love to talk to be on, say, a new, some behind people. In any case, this has been another great episode of embarrassed to act at. This has been another great episode of to embarrass Basque embarrassed to act as my.