17 Burst results for "Department Of Design"

"department design" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"department design" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"HOME Deal Jack, Helen and Fox News the Justice Department designing it won't investigate. The New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, violated the civil rights of nursing home residents. Early in the pandemic. Controversial policies were put into place requiring nursing homes to accept residents who were previously hospitalized for Covid 19. Many believe those now rescinded directives lead to additional spread within those facilities and under reported death tolls. Other federal probes are far from over. The U. S attorney's office in Brooklyn has launched an ongoing criminal investigation into the Cuomo administration and is also examining the state's nursing home policies and the number of fatalities reported by officials. Thomas Eddie Fox five in New York, reports. The governor's office has declined to comment. A poll finds Almost half of the people who haven't been vaccinated in the country say they have no plans to get the shot. White House coronavirus advisor Dr Anthony Fauci telling Fox is your world with Neil Cavuto that could prolong the pandemic. There are enough unvaccinated people that this could go on for a considerable period of time. There will be hospitalizations. There will be deaths and every death and every hospitalization, particularly every death is a tragic, avoidable phenomenon. A new survey from Britain suggests a longer waiting time between doses of the vaccine recommended gap between doses of the fires Room. Moderna vaccines is approximately three weeks, but the Guardian reports a study done in the UK with the fighter shots just 10 Week waiting period is more effective because hire anybody levels are produced. Scientists looked at the immune response of more than 500 healthcare workers received their doses of the vaccine at different intervals. The research found that waiting 10 weeks instead of three Produced double the amount of neutralizing antibodies scientists at the 10 week gap between doses was still effective against the Delta variant boxes..

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"department design" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"department design" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Schumer says You'll try and move an infrastructure bill forward in the U. S Senate the day after tomorrow, even though it's not on paper. Yet negotiators are narrowing upstanding issues in a $1.2 trillion infrastructure framework. I think we're moving very quickly, but Ohio Republican Rob Portman says if a bipartisan group cannot finalize legislative language by tomorrow, Plan procedural vote to begin debates on the infrastructure measure should not go forward is absurd to move forward with a vote on something that is not yet formulated. Other Republican leaders have signaled the same indicating if that closure vote happens tomorrow it could fail to reach the required 60 votes to advance. On Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News. The first jail sentence has been handed down from January's capital Riot Floridian, Paul Hodgkins will serve eight months for entering the Senate chamber without permission. At his sentencing. Yesterday, he apologized for making a foolish decision. The Justice Department designing it will not prosecute a member of President Trump's Cabinet for misinforming Congress, Former Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross misled Congress about why he sought to add a citizenship question of the 2020 census. At least that's Conclusion of the office of Inspector General. But the Biden Justice Department has decided not to move forward with charges. They're not commenting as to why the Supreme Court eventually blocked, adding the question ahead of the 2020 census. Critics claim the citizenship query was really an attempt to suppress participation by immigrants in the U. S. Census. Tom Graham Fox News Rockets landing near Afghanistan's Presidential palace in Kabul this morning during Muslim prayers marking the end of the hajj pilgrimage. President Ashraf Ghani reported to be Save more than a month after Election Day. A winner has been declared in Peru's presidential election. Rural schoolteacher and political novice Pedro Castillo has defeated.

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"department design" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"department design" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Um, Senate Majority Leader Schumer says you'll try and move an infrastructure bill forward in the U. S Senate the day after tomorrow, even though it's not on paper. Yet negotiators are narrowing outstanding issues and at $1.2 trillion infrastructure framework. I think we're moving very quickly, but Ohio Republican Rob Portman says if a bipartisan group cannot finalize legislative language by tomorrow, Plan procedural vote to begin debates on the infrastructure measure should not go forward is absurd to move forward with a vote on something that is not yet formulated. Other Republican leaders have signaled the same indicating if that closure vote happens tomorrow it could fail to reach the required 60 votes to advance. On Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News. The first jail sentence has been handed down from from January's capital Riot Floridian, Paul Hodgkins will serve eight months for entering the Senate chamber without permission. At his sentencing. Yesterday, he apologized for making a foolish decision. The Justice Department designing it will not prosecute a member of President Trump's Cabinet for misinforming Congress, Former Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross misled Congress about why he sought to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. At least that's Conclusion of the office of Inspector General. But the Biden Justice Department has decided not to move forward with charges. They're not commenting as to why the Supreme Court eventually blocked, adding the question ahead of the 2020 census. Critics claim the citizenship query was really an attempt to suppress participation by immigrants in the U. S. Census. Tom Graham Fox News Rockets landing near Afghanistan's Presidential palace in Kabul this morning during Muslim prayers marking the end of the hajj pilgrimage. President Ashraf Ghani reported to be Save more than a month after Election Day. A winner has been declared in Peru's presidential election. Rural schoolteacher and political nervous Pedro Castillo.

Jared Halpern Pedro Castillo Tom Graham 60 votes $1.2 trillion January Congress eight months Rob Portman Paul Hodgkins Afghanistan Yesterday Fox News Kabul Republican U. S Senate Wilbur Ross Justice Department Supreme Court Capitol Hill
"department design" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"department design" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Schumer says he'll try and move an infrastructure bill forward in the U. S Senate the day after tomorrow, even though it's not on paper. Yet negotiators are narrowing outstanding issues in a $1.2 trillion infrastructure framework. I think we're moving very quickly, but Ohio Republican Rob Portman says if a bipartisan group cannot finalized legislative language by tomorrow, Plan procedural vote to begin debates on the infrastructure measure should not go forward is absurd to move forward with a vote on something that is not yet formulated. Other Republican leaders have signaled the same indicating if that closure vote happens tomorrow it could fail to reach the required 60 votes to advance. On Capitol Hill chaired Halpern. Fox News. The first jail sentence has been handed down from from January's capital Riot Floridian, Paul Hodgkins will serve eight months for entering the Senate chamber without permission. At his sentencing. Yesterday, he apologized for making a foolish decision. The Justice Department designing it will not prosecute a member of President Trump's Cabinet for misinforming Congress, Former Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross misled Congress about why he sought to add a citizenship question of the 2020 census. At least that's the Conclusion of the office of Inspector General. But the Biden Justice Department has decided not to move forward with charges. They're not commenting as to why the Supreme Court eventually blocked, adding the question ahead of the 2020 census. Critics claim the citizenship query was really an attempt to suppress participation by immigrants in the U. S. Census. Tom Graham Fox News Rockets landing near Afghanistan's Presidential palace in Kabul this morning during Muslim prayers marking the end of the hajj pilgrimage. President Ashraf Ghani reported to be Save more than a month after Election Day. A winner has been declared in Peru's presidential election. Rural schoolteacher and political nervous Pedro Castillo has defeated the daughter of a former Peruvian.

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"department design" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:53 min | 2 months ago

"department design" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Schumer says he'll try and move an infrastructure bill forward in the U. S Senate the day after tomorrow, even though it's not on paper. Yet negotiators are narrowing upstanding issues and at $1.2 trillion infrastructure framework. I think we're moving very quickly, but Ohio Republican Rob Portman says if a bipartisan group cannot finalized legislative language by tomorrow, Plan procedural vote to begin debates on the infrastructure measure should not go forward is absurd to move forward with a vote on something that was not yet formulated. Other Republican leaders have signaled the same indicating if that closure vote happens tomorrow it could fail to reach the required 60 votes to advance. On Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News. The first jail sentence has been handed down from from January's capital Riot Floridian, Paul Hodgkins will serve eight months for entering the Senate chamber without permission. At his sentencing yesterday, he apologized for making a foolish decision. The Justice Department designing it will not prosecute a member of President Trump's Cabinet for misinforming Congress. Former Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross misled Congress about why he sought to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. At least that's the conclusion of the office of Inspector General. But the Biden Justice Department has decided not to move forward with charges. They're not commenting as to why the Supreme Court eventually blocked, adding the question ahead of the 2020 census. Critics claim the citizenship query was really an attempt to suppress. Participation by immigrants in the U. S. Census. Tom Graham Fox News Rockets landing near Afghanistan's Presidential palace in Kabul this morning during Muslim prayers, marking the end of the hajj pilgrimage. President Ashraf Ghani reported to be safe. More than a month after Election Day. A winner has been declared in Peru's presidential election. Rural schoolteacher and political novice Pedro Castillo. Has defeated the daughter of a former Peruvian president,.

Pedro Castillo Jared Halpern $1.2 trillion Tom Graham Congress eight months Rob Portman 60 votes Schumer January Paul Hodgkins Fox News yesterday Afghanistan Republican U. S Senate Kabul Senate Supreme Court Capitol Hill
"department design" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 2 months ago

"department design" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Leader. Schumer says he'll try and move an infrastructure bill forward in the U. S Senate the day after tomorrow, even though it's not on paper. Yet negotiators are narrowing outstanding issues and $1.2 trillion infrastructure framework. I think we're moving very quickly, but Ohio Republican Rob Portman says if a bipartisan group cannot finalized legislative language by tomorrow, Plan procedural vote to begin debates on the infrastructure measure should not go forward is absurd to move forward with a vote on something that was not yet formulated. Other Republican leaders have signaled the same indicating if that closure vote happens tomorrow it could fail to reach the required 60 votes to advance. On Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News. The first jail sentence has been handed down from from January's capital Riot Floridian, Paul Hodgkins will serve eight months for entering the Senate chamber without permission. At his sentencing yesterday, he apologized for making a foolish decision. The Justice Department designing it will not prosecute a member of President Trump's Cabinet for misinforming Congress, Former Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross misled Congress about why he sought to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. At least that's the conclusion of the office of Inspector general. But dividing Justice Department has decided not to move forward with charges. They're not commenting as to why the Supreme Court eventually blocked, adding the question ahead of the 2020 census. Critics claim the citizenship query was really an attempt to suppress. Participation by immigrants in the U. S. Census. Tom Graham Fox News Rockets landing near Afghanistan's Presidential palace in Kabul this morning during Muslim prayers, marking the end of the hajj pilgrimage. President Ashraf Ghani reported to be safe. More than a month after Election Day. A winner has been declared in Peru's presidential election. Rural schoolteacher and political novice Pedro Castillo. Has defeated the daughter.

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"department design" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:03 min | 8 months ago

"department design" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You're listening to classic radio theater on your favorite station. And episode of the great guilder swede as it was originally broadcast sunday january sixteenth nineteen forty four in the newspapers of that sunday. Seventy seven years ago. These were some of the headline. The fall of two japanese strongpoints appeared imminent today general. Douglas macarthur reported australian storming into the outskirts of scowl on new guinea on peninsula and american marines for battling up the slopes of hill sixty dominating morgan bay at camp foster new britain australians captured artillery and supplies as they pushed into territory trapped. Japanese forces have been trying to abandon in other war news. German communicate announced russians attack but made your forces twenty miles west of leningrad. Red army's keeping up pressure by dragging further interpret marshes toward pinsk french army forces with the us fifth army drive forward two miles into strengthening left flank forces besieging casino are a plane smashing at brunswick following. Us air force rate of tuesday and the balkans forces of liberators. Fortresses may heavy attack on most shar in yugoslavia secretary of state cordell hull last night announced a far reaching reorganization of the state department. Designed in the department's words to facilitate the conduct of the foreign relations of the us in war and peace. John lewis is the united mine. Workers may finally get back into the american federation of labor this week sexually development of major labor significance and potential political importance widely expected in labor circles in washington d. war food administration announced yesterday the extension of his food milk control program sixteen metropolitan areas in eight southern states effective february first under the program. Milk dealers will be permitted to deliver to all customers except schools. No more fluid milk than they delivered in june and no more than seventy five percent is much milk in cream and milk byproducts such this cottage cheese chocolate milk and butter fat as they sold in june roosevelt's fourth term campaign now generally regarded as inevitable apparently will be a front porch of conducted by under new political management. The president's only response to public inquiry about his political plans has been that the question was picky you but some of the most experienced political observers in the capital are convinced now he will be a candidate for one reason if no other that reason no other democrats will have more than the mirrors chance to be elected more than two point. Four million persons disabled by work injuries in nineteen forty-three highest number for any year in the last decade and some barbara who climaxes courtship lonely middle aged woman by borrowing sums of money from them held by chicago police yesterday charged with taking four hundred dollars from calmly widow forty two year old don e antrim described by forty-five-year-old mrs gene castle globally dancer. They met at a dance for middle aged people she said and he took me home after the dance and made love to me and we started going around together in march star. Learn to his sorrow yesterday. A lady may t- per ring even if she does break team gauge mary. Someone else the fifty year old retired manufacturer sought to a fifty two hundred dollar wing ring returned to him which he gave to actress. Kathleen howard mayer on the understanding. That they would be married. Mrs meyer later married a songwriter. Who some of the day's top news. Stories is reported in the newspapers of sunday january. Sixteen thousand nine hundred forty four on your radio. The great gildersleeve which continues now on classic radio theater thank. He looks a little like wild pigeon. Don't cheese visit to tell me you've never seen wilder pigeon in the movies can't tell one movie actor from enough. I salman the life of madame curie last week and he was wonderful even with the whole show which brings all she did was stunned at his day and night and they helped to him and bring them little things to eat that all i would just to be allowed to stay inside and feel that i was contributing my little bit to sign you talking about. Walter pidgeon dr hargrave lorne. He doesn't lie that me. He told me he take me along with the modification. Time if you got me over here just to tell me how wonderful doctor hargrave sorry martin. I know you're jealous and i. I'm not jealous. Just because i'm not a doctor. Gosh you'd think doctors were the only people who are wonderful. How we can't be dr malla nano that it takes all kinds. Thank you poke if you want to call it. That just did my anyone shot when they can add and subtract. Never bet hargraves. Can't do it waller pigeon can't either. That's why i asked you over this evening. Track martin thought we'd be here together in week. 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"department design" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"department design" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"Bit about you. The person behind the work in the behind the strategy on the business one of my favorite questions. I ask you know. Is there an experience of your past that defines or makes up who you are today so I think the easy answer would be to say like the company that helped co found? But I'll pass on that one. I'll actually go back to something a long time ago. I think I was in second grade. My teacher is named miscued. Vicky and I remember we were drying in class and the class twenty kids and stuff and it was something for Thanksgiving. I think we're joined place MATS FOR OUR FAMILY. Thanksgiving and I was drying a scene of these children's native American sitting at a table. Eating there's four isn't clouds and there was a sunset and the sunlight was hitting the clouds turning them. You know like a combination of orange and red and stuff and sort of romantic setting that second grader. Could draws good and I remember Miss Bixby. Picking up my artwork. I was so completely confused why she did that. And walking into the back of the room and showing it to what was our teacher and I was so confused why they were talking over this thing that drone and looking at me and pointing at me I actually thought I was in trouble or something and I later. I later came to learn that that was the first moment when not my parents had recognized my artistic ability and what ended up happening was the school ended up. Creating a special class essentially was just me with teacher than art teacher that they brought in to work with me on art and stuff like that and for some reason. That's always stuck with me because I think that was the first time that I really felt that I was talented at something in that somebody recognized that talent the end. It's always stuck with me like I still. I still remember the clouds and stuff and I so remember what the classroom look like and stuff. I think everybody has had or should have one of those moments where they feel like. They've been plucked out for having something or doing something special because other people have taken notice and want to help you with that. So it's one of those things that I think from a very early stage in my life getting a lot of confidence that I had something exciting ahead of me. I love the moment in the in the detail. That you you you you can almost see little leland sitting there in the classroom as you described. It will now that we're talking about your younger self. What advice would you give your younger self? Maybe NOT SECOND GRADE. But maybe if you're just starting your career again what would you do different or what would you say how man pardon me is like well? I'm very happy with how my career has progressed. Where I am and stuff so on one hand nothing but on the other hand trillions of the question. I think the thing that because of who I am. I love absorbing information and I love knowledge and I love learning and I love kind of building my brain as if it was a by stepped right instead. What I've learned over a period of time is that that's important and that should always be a lifelong thing. But when you over invest in your brain and you underinvested building relationships in a network around you your brain at a certain point in your life doesn't matter anymore no matter how much knowledge you have doesn't matter because you don't have networks to activate that knowledge so the advice that would have to my younger self is invest in building relationships in a network as much as you invested building. Your brain will on a personal note. Are there Brands or companies or causes the youth. Feel you follow or you think other people should be taking notice A. I don't really pay attention to my industry much to be honest with you. There certainly are brands and companies. Doing amazing stuff out there. No question but I and more fascinated by things that happened away from our industry and taking those learnings and those experiences and those references and drawing upon them when I'm trying to crack probably within my industry. That's what I get really excited about like. I'm I'm deeply fascinated with a more scholarly study of Greek mythology right now and the city of Athens from government and cultural standpoint. And I'm finding so much in those studies. That are fueling what I'm doing my professional life much more. So than if I were reading a trade obligation or case studies or anything like that the Example may have heard people say that before but not to that degree you know they. They may say well you know. I remember somebody early on in the in the podcast. You know working for a CPT company said you know really paying attention to entertainment brands. I thought yeah Outside category thinking what's with moving people to consume over and over on entertainment platform if you will but I've never. I don't think I've seen somebody take it to that level of going back in time and studying other civilizations or other other structures if you will so that's fascinating thanks for sharing that and it's not even that like in my career. I spent ten years deeply fascinated by systems dynamics and that has informed a lot a lot of how I think about designing departments designing businesses. Now that's fascinating will last question for you a little bit closer to marketing than the city of Athens. It just curious your top of mind. What do you feel like is either the largest opportunity or the biggest threat that's facing marketers today? The biggest threat is the diminishment of creativity. I think creativity is in many ways under attack. Because it's not measurable and if all marketers both client side and otherwise continue to move towards only things that are measurable we will exist in a world of just optimization and be stuck in paths and never be able to evolve out of them. There's a lot of people believe that when they find success you have to keep measuring it to optimize against it but what that doesn't do is it doesn't help you realize whether you've found success on small mountain or a big mountain and if you can get to the top of that success are you. Is that really? The tallest mountain you can be standing on and creativity is one of those things which helps you find the biggest and there needs to be much more emphasis not on the -sarily just disproving that performance marketing is filled with flaws transparency issues and trust issues and stuff though. I think that is an important realization that everybody needs to have but there needs to be more emphasis on the positive meaning putting into creativity and understanding of. How do you measure like? There's one thing that I'm a fascinated with right now. I have no idea where it's going. But there's a thing in mass called indirect proof the idea of proving something by proving disproving the contrarian or showing that the contrary the contradictory or that proof is false. I don't fully understand what I'm sort of learning about it right now. But what's interesting to me about it? Is that creativity is is very difficult to measure no question. I tend to think of creativity as a bit of a black hole in the sense that you know it's there and it's happening enormous impact on everything around it. But you can't see it so what you do is you measure everything around it to understand if the where the black holes are in a way. I think that's kind of the same thing with creativity. Tried to directly measure creativity the way you directly measure sales or you directly measure media efficiency. You'RE GONNA fail because it doesn't work that way and so. Is there a different approach to measuring creativity? That isn't the same paradigm that we've applied to measuring other direct things and so this idea of mathematics have an indirect proof is a way of measuring something or maybe not even measuring something proving the validity of something by without directly proving. And so. That's something that I've only recently begun my investigation just to try to understand how that works but there needs to be a very concerted effort to understanding the impact of the Roi of creativity in organizations and in a way that is unique to creativity as opposed to taking the metrics of sales which is transactional and applying that to creativity which is not transactional and saying did creativity have an Roi. Because it's not just about marketing. It's really about entrepreneurs it's really about value-creation it's really about innovation. It's really about building entrepreneurial resilient creative cultures which is whatever. Ceo Wants Right now so. I think if you unlock that measurement or that way of validating creativity. It's not just about did the campaign worker not or is bringing in creative smart strategic creative professional's enhancing our bottom line. It's really about much much more than that and so I think that's an opportunity that I wish. More people in the marketing industry would agree agree. We'll Leland thank you so much for coming on the show today. It's been fascinating thank you. It's been a lot of fun. It's Alan again. Marketing today was created and produced by. If you're new to marketing today please feel free to write us a review on Itunes or your favorite listening platform. Don't forget to subscribe and tell your friends and colleagues about the show. I love to hear from listeners. And you can contact me at marketing today. Podcasts DOT COM. They're also find complete. Show notes links to anything. We talk about on any episode. You can also search archives. I'm Alan Heart that this is marketing..

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"department design" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

12:10 min | 1 year ago

"department design" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"And when did you start getting into fo making in the process that eventually became what it is now? I'm very very lucky. I grew up in a small village in in in the south of England. In a place called Devon about the only thing anyone would even relate to Devon. Is I duNno? Shallow comes out of the basketballs. You know there's a whole one. Yes there's a there's a moorland out near where I live. Where you know the The story of the Hound of the Baskervilles was set. I mean if you've seen American Werewolf in London. There's a scene at the beginning. Whether to poor American boys go to a local pub and they get shunned by locals. That's where I'm from. You grew up where I'm from. I was destined to become a farmer so so you know I was destined to be this. This farmhand basically and I I said to myself I it around the age of twelve. You know you just sit a start to become who you are and I was interested in music and art and theater and TV and look. I'm not right so when I grew up it was it was the incredible hulk could starsky and hearts and all this stuff was coming into me like noise from America and this was another planet. America was another planet. You can go to America or you could do is stay up late and watch BBC to your lucky seat planet of the apes that was it and I did all of that I would stay up late. My parents would be in bad getting ready to get up. Let the sheep and the chickens out and I'd stay up late and I'd be like planet. The apes is on tonight. What the and you'd watch that and the end would come and Charlton Heston drop to his knees. And Go miss the Statue of Liberty to go holy Shit. This is just blowing my mind. What am I doing here on a sheep farm in England at the Fuck Outta? Yeah so basically. I saved all my money and got a bus to London with a portfolio onto my arm and I went to the art schools in London in the first aisle school I I went to was Chelsea School of arts and I went for an interview only because I loved a very famous sculptor from England called Henry Moore. He did all these really weird soft kind of fat round sculptures. Anyone out there may may possibly know. His word was abstract art. Very apps you were. You were a kid on a form. Sculptors I I was looking through a book on my soul the sculpture. I thought now house so I went to Chelsea School of art. And they said you've got something and England is is a very good country in terms of giving people who maybe don't come from money scholarships so I was very lucky. I got a scholarship. I got to go to London. Go to Chelsea School of art. I did that for two years. I I'm sure I was never student in Los Angeles or New York or even Tokyo. We'll talk about that lights. But I got to London and it just exploded my brain you know. I hear were fashionable people. There were budding musicians. There were people who are starting bands. There were people who are doing in saint sculptures getting arrested because this stuff was too outrageous Zia penalty of moving from the country. To your mind. It was you know look it. It was the eighties. Margaret Thatcher was used England with an iron fist and it was sort of rebellion going on here and there and I started getting into it and I found out about these these other painters. There was David Hockney. There was Francis. Bacon all these incredible artists and I said I want to be an artist. But I'll be honest with you. I was a kid. I didn't come from money so I said I calm. I don't trust my own ability enough to apply for master's degree in a school. That's GonNa let me paint a bunch of Isa Teric Shit and then throw me out there to become a poor guy. Got To somehow Taylor my skills to do something that I know. I can get a solid job so I took a very conservative route into product design. Product design is when you designed like that TV that camera that kind of stuff if you have an engineering background were you looking at schematics and stuff. No but I've been tinkering around with motorcycles and tractors and things when I was a school kid. Because there's let's face it. There's not a lot else to do on a phone so I sort of had a basic understanding of how things work so I I got a place at the Royal College of are doing something called industrial design. And I did really well. They're really out of fear because I just didn't WANNA an unemployed literally nickname. Truly I know this is not very glamorous but I had a roommate His name was Nigel. And Nigel's idea to save. Money was to take his three hundred pounds of his crawl. That's his scholarship by a shit ton of Porridge. Oats Mixed the porridge oats in the bath. Let into a Jain Biscuit smash it up with a sledgehammer freeze dry this shares and he for a year or save money on A. I mean it was insane. It was in so and you all sorts of crazy stuff just to say country kid from the country can move into the city studying fine arts. I mean I if anyone is going to be doing it. It's gotta be I mean and you know really. This was the state of of of play. Sort of looking at these stores. And you're going okay. I could buy a set of magic markers which I know. Joe Johnson used when he designed all that crazy shit for star wars or. I can eat a solid mail. You know what I'm going to have some Nigel's porridge oats from the bone. And and you do that. You would make those sacrifices because you you wanted to dream of of becoming an industrial designer or something more and of course in the back of my mind. I always dreamed of being in the film industry. I'd seen right Harry Housing of movies late night when my parents had gone to bed. The crazy monsters. I mean correct climbing amazing the Medusa. I'd seen all that I said there's no way I can ever break into that industry the closest I can get is maybe designing some sandwich offices in a flask. A little did I know that when I got to the Royal College of Art all these cool companies coming. You'd have Sony would have Panasonic have they were coming because they they will coming because they knew there was talents product. They were coming to England. They were going to Germany. They were going to Italy. They were going to France and they were head hunting. The Best of the best of the students so I got lucky so there I was. I was twenty one. I graduated with a masters degree. I didn't have a hope in hell of getting a job. In England. The country that paid for my education could not employ but suddenly Saudi and they were saying. Where is this going with you in Japan? Yeah you want. Japan wasn't just the thrill away gets so the Japanese. Come around they go. We want to look at all the portfolios. They see me and they go. Yeah okay. We'll take him so. I get a ticket to go to Tokyo. We pick you work for Sony in their Concept Design Department designing the mini disc. Which by the way half your listeners. Many Disney isn't it to the mini. This was the technology between basically the CD. And the basically what what? What we now know is the ipod technology. The failed technology between those two so they wanted to have a bunch of bright young things from Europe so I get Tokyo. I have never read anything about Japan. I get put in this very elaborate studio with German guy who specialized in laser technology. A French guy who had dreamed that one day televisions should be flat screen. Well what a crazy. Hey a British guy who was who still a lifelong friend of mine. Who is an absolute genius programmer and a couple of American guys and a Gal? Actually who came out of Texas one of the universities there who all specialized in computer science and they put us in a room. They said come up with Shit. What does that mean come up with and they said Yeah. We'll pay for you to live here. Eat LOTS OF COOL. Sushi and rest expats a room. Some Japanese guy. Big Japanese companies have been a sued probably with the committee says something to a translator says make something. Yeah and they left the door shut but he looked at me and I had a big pair doctor Martins on. Because that's what you wore from England. Said you'RE GONNA have to get rid of those because you have to wear slits Jasmine's business. You have to wear slippers and I said what are you may have to wear slippers. And he says no no. It's the culture when you come in. You have to take your shoes off a win conway. Those big ugly boots. I know I get it. I get it so but anyway We're in this place will literally exposed to Akio Morita for those that don't know Akio Morita is the original founder of Sony. He's The guy who started a company with Rice. Cookers Pre Secca war and after the war in the fifties heard that the Americans had this technology that they didn't know what to do with called the transistor and they said We. We don't really want this. And he said. I'll buy it from me. And they said show have it where it. I'm sorry so you actually were. You knew the way he would come into this room from time to time. The head of Sony. It's even more insane as Sony. That not just that multi those. Yes the guy that started the company but it's even more insane and this was such an a design inspiration the paid off in spades when it came to working with Chris Nolan inception so what we do is every week. I'd have to take my during sketches of future designs for Walkmans disc the disc and take them over Ginza. Again in this elevator and go up this very very high tech building. That searcy just looked to me like something out of Akira and I get to the top and the doors would open and suddenly. Ib In sixteenth century. Japan they'd be Tatami Mats Neural. Were and shuffle. Me In.

England Sony London Japan Tokyo Nigel Chelsea School of art America Devon Charlton Heston Akio Morita Royal College of Art David Hockney Margaret Thatcher Chris Nolan Joe Johnson BBC Chelsea School of arts Disney
"department design" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

12:10 min | 1 year ago

"department design" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"And when did you start getting into fo making in the process that eventually became what it is now? I'm very very lucky. I grew up in a small village in in in the south of England. In a place called Devon about the only thing anyone would even relate to Devon. Is I duNno? Shallow comes out of the basketballs. You know there's a whole one. Yes there's a there's a moorland out near where I live. Where you know the The story of the Hound of the Baskervilles was set. I mean if you've seen American Werewolf in London. There's a scene at the beginning. Whether to poor American boys go to a local pub and they get shunned by locals. That's where I'm from. You grew up where I'm from. I was destined to become a farmer so so you know I was destined to be this. This farmhand basically and I I said to myself I it around the age of twelve. You know you just sit a start to become who you are and I was interested in music and art and theater and TV and look. I'm not right so when I grew up it was it was the incredible hulk could starsky and hearts and all this stuff was coming into me like noise from America and this was another planet. America was another planet. You can go to America or you could do is stay up late and watch BBC to your lucky seat planet of the apes that was it and I did all of that I would stay up late. My parents would be in bad getting ready to get up. Let the sheep and the chickens out and I'd stay up late and I'd be like planet. The apes is on tonight. What the and you'd watch that and the end would come and Charlton Heston drop to his knees. And Go miss the Statue of Liberty to go holy Shit. This is just blowing my mind. What am I doing here on a sheep farm in England at the Fuck Outta? Yeah so basically. I saved all my money and got a bus to London with a portfolio onto my arm and I went to the art schools in London in the first aisle school I I went to was Chelsea School of arts and I went for an interview only because I loved a very famous sculptor from England called Henry Moore. He did all these really weird soft kind of fat round sculptures. Anyone out there may may possibly know. His word was abstract art. Very apps you were. You were a kid on a form. Sculptors I was at school. I was looking through a book on my soul the sculpture. I thought now house so I went to Chelsea School of art. And they said you've got something and England is is a very good country in terms of giving people who maybe don't come from money scholarships so I was very lucky. I got a scholarship. I got to go to London. Go to Chelsea School of art. I did that for two years. I I'm sure I was never student in Los Angeles or New York or even Tokyo. We'll talk about that lights. But I got to London and it just exploded my brain you know. I hear were fashionable people. There were budding musicians. There were people who are starting bands. There were people who are doing in saint sculptures getting arrested because this stuff was too outrageous Zia penalty of moving from the country. To your mind. It was you know look it. It was the eighties. Margaret Thatcher was used England with an iron fist and it was sort of rebellion going on here and there and I started getting into it and I found out about these these other painters. There was David Hockney. There was Francis. Bacon all these incredible artists and I said I want to be an artist. But I'll be honest with you. I was a kid. I didn't come from money so I said I calm. I don't trust my own ability enough to apply for master's degree in a school. That's GonNa let me paint a bunch of Isa Teric Shit and then throw me out there to become a poor guy. Got To somehow Taylor my skills to do something that I know. I can get a solid job so I took a very conservative route into product design. Product design is when you designed like that TV that camera that kind of stuff if you have an engineering background were you looking at schematics and stuff. No but I've been tinkering around with motorcycles and tractors and things when I was a school kid. Because there's let's face it. There's not a lot else to do on a phone so I sort of had a basic understanding of how things work so I I got a place at the Royal College of are doing something called industrial design. And I did really well. They're really out of fear because I just didn't WANNA an unemployed literally nickname. Truly I know this is not very glamorous but I had a roommate His name was Nigel. And Nigel's idea to save. Money was to take his three hundred pounds of his crawl. That's his scholarship by a shit ton of Porridge. Oats Mixed the porridge oats in the bath. Let into a Jain Biscuit smash it up with a sledgehammer freeze dry this shares and he for a year or save money on A. I mean it was insane. It was in so and you all sorts of crazy stuff just to say country kid from the country can move into the city studying fine arts. I mean I if anyone is going to be doing it. It's gotta be I mean and you know really. This was the state of of of play. Sort of looking at these stores. And you're going okay. I could buy a set of magic markers which I know. Joe Johnson used when he designed all that crazy shit for star wars or. I can eat a solid mail. You know what I'm going to have some Nigel's porridge oats from the bone. And and you do that. You would make those sacrifices because you you wanted to dream of of becoming an industrial designer or something more and of course in the back of my mind. I always dreamed of being in the film industry. I'd seen right Harry Housing of movies late night when my parents had gone to bed. The crazy monsters. I mean correct climbing amazing the Medusa. I'd seen all that I said there's no way I can ever break into that industry the closest I can get is maybe designing some sandwich offices in a flask. A little did I know that when I got to the Royal College of Art all these cool companies coming. You'd have Sony would have Panasonic have they were coming because they they will coming because they knew there was talents product. They were coming to England. They were going to Germany. They were going to Italy. They were going to France and they were head hunting. The Best of the best of the students so I got lucky so there I was. I was twenty one. I graduated with a masters degree. I didn't have a hope in hell of getting a job. In England. The country that paid for my education could not employ but suddenly Saudi and they were saying. Where is this going with you in Japan? Yeah you want. Japan wasn't just the thrill away gets so the Japanese. Come around they go. We want to look at all the portfolios. They see me and they go. Yeah okay. We'll take him so. I get a ticket to go to Tokyo. We pick you work for Sony in their Concept Design Department designing the mini disc. Which by the way half your listeners. Many Disney isn't it to the mini. This was the technology between basically the CD. And the basically what what? What we now know is the ipod technology. The failed technology between those two so they wanted to have a bunch of bright young things from Europe so I get Tokyo. I have never read anything about Japan. I get put in this very elaborate studio with German guy who specialized in laser technology. A French guy who had dreamed that one day televisions should be flat screen. Well what a crazy. Hey a British guy who was who still a lifelong friend of mine. Who is an absolute genius programmer and a couple of American guys and a Gal? Actually who came out of Texas one of the universities there who all specialized in computer science and they put us in a room. They said come up with Shit. What does that mean come up with and they said Yeah. We'll pay for you to live here. Eat LOTS OF COOL. Sushi and rest expats a room. Some Japanese guy. Big Japanese companies have been a sued probably with the committee says something to a translator says make something. Yeah and they left the door shut but he looked at me and I had a big pair doctor Martins on. Because that's what you wore from England. Said you'RE GONNA have to get rid of those because you have to wear slits Jasmine's business. You have to wear slippers and I said what are you may have to wear slippers. And he says no no. It's the culture when you come in. You have to take your shoes off a win conway. Those big ugly boots. I know I get it. I get it so but anyway We're in this place will literally exposed to Akio Morita for those that don't know Akio Morita is the original founder of Sony. He's The guy who started a company with Rice. Cookers Pre Secca war and after the war in the fifties heard that the Americans had this technology that they didn't know what to do with called the transistor and they said We. We don't really want this. And he said. I'll buy it from me. And they said show have it where it. I'm sorry so you actually were. You knew the way he would come into this room from time to time. The head of Sony. It's even more insane as Sony. That not just that multi those. Yes the guy that started the company but it's even more insane and this was such an a design inspiration the paid off in spades when it came to working with Chris Nolan inception so what we do is every week. I'd have to take my during sketches of future designs for Walkmans disc the disc and take them over Ginza. Again in this elevator and go up this very very high tech building. That searcy just looked to me like something out of Akira and I get to the top and the doors would open and suddenly. Ib In sixteenth century Japan they'd be Tatami Mats Neural. Were bow and shuffle. Me In.

England Sony London Japan Nigel Chelsea School of art Tokyo America Devon Charlton Heston Akio Morita Royal College of Art David Hockney Margaret Thatcher Chris Nolan Joe Johnson BBC Chelsea School of arts Disney
"department design" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

12:10 min | 1 year ago

"department design" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"And when did you start getting into fo making in the process that eventually became what it is now? I'm very very lucky. I grew up in a small village in in in the south of England. In a place called Devon about the only thing anyone would even relate to Devon. Is I duNno? Shallow comes out of the basketballs. You know there's a whole one. Yes there's a there's a moorland out near where I live. Where you know the The story of the Hound of the Baskervilles was set. I mean if you've seen American Werewolf in London. There's a scene at the beginning. Whether to poor American boys go to a local pub and they get shunned by locals. That's where I'm from. You grew up where I'm from. I was destined to become a farmer so so you know I was destined to be this. This farmhand basically and I I said to myself I it around the age of twelve. You know you just sit a start to become who you are and I was interested in music and art and theater and TV and look. I'm not right so when I grew up it was it was the incredible hulk could starsky and hearts and all this stuff was coming into me like noise from America and this was another planet. America was another planet. You can go to America or you could do is stay up late and watch BBC to your lucky seat planet of the apes that was it and I did all of that I would stay up late. My parents would be in bad getting ready to get up. Let the sheep and the chickens out and I'd stay up late and I'd be like planet. The apes is on tonight. What the and you'd watch that and the end would come and Charlton Heston drop to his knees. And Go miss the Statue of Liberty to go holy Shit. This is just blowing my mind. What am I doing here on a sheep farm in England at the Fuck Outta? Yeah so basically. I saved all my money and got a bus to London with a portfolio onto my arm and I went to the art schools in London in the first aisle school I I went to was Chelsea School of arts and I went for an interview only because I loved a very famous sculptor from England called Henry Moore. He did all these really weird soft kind of fat round sculptures. Anyone out there may may possibly know. His word was abstract art. Very apps you were. You were a kid on a form. Sculptors I I was looking through a book on my soul the sculpture. I thought now house so I went to Chelsea School of art. And they said you've got something and England is is a very good country in terms of giving people who maybe don't come from money scholarships so I was very lucky. I got a scholarship. I got to go to London. Go to Chelsea School of art. I did that for two years. I I'm sure I was never student in Los Angeles or New York or even Tokyo. We'll talk about that lights. But I got to London and it just exploded my brain you know. I hear were fashionable people. There were budding musicians. There were people who are starting bands. There were people who are doing in saint sculptures getting arrested because this stuff was too outrageous Zia penalty of moving from the country. To your mind. It was you know look it. It was the eighties. Margaret Thatcher was used England with an iron fist and it was sort of rebellion going on here and there and I started getting into it and I found out about these these other painters. There was David Hockney. There was Francis. Bacon all these incredible artists and I said I want to be an artist. But I'll be honest with you. I was a kid. I didn't come from money so I said I calm. I don't trust my own ability enough to apply for master's degree in a school. That's GonNa let me paint a bunch of Isa Teric Shit and then throw me out there to become a poor guy. Got To somehow Taylor my skills to do something that I know. I can get a solid job so I took a very conservative route into product design. Product design is when you designed like that TV that camera that kind of stuff if you have an engineering background were you looking at schematics and stuff. No but I've been tinkering around with motorcycles and tractors and things when I was a school kid. Because there's let's face it. There's not a lot else to do on a phone so I sort of had a basic understanding of how things work so I I got a place at the Royal College of are doing something called industrial design. And I did really well. They're really out of fear because I just didn't WANNA an unemployed literally nickname. Truly I know this is not very glamorous but I had a roommate His name was Nigel. And Nigel's idea to save. Money was to take his three hundred pounds of his crawl. That's his scholarship by a shit ton of Porridge. Oats Mixed the porridge oats in the bath. Let into a Jain Biscuit smash it up with a sledgehammer freeze dry this shares and he for a year or save money on A. I mean it was insane. It was in so and you all sorts of crazy stuff just to say country kid from the country can move into the city studying fine arts. I mean I if anyone is going to be doing it. It's gotta be I mean and you know really. This was the state of of of play. Sort of looking at these stores. And you're going okay. I could buy a set of magic markers which I know. Joe Johnson used when he designed all that crazy shit for star wars or. I can eat a solid mail. You know what I'm going to have some Nigel's porridge oats from the bone. And and you do that. You would make those sacrifices because you you wanted to dream of of becoming an industrial designer or something more and of course in the back of my mind. I always dreamed of being in the film industry. I'd seen right Harry Housing of movies late night when my parents had gone to bed. The crazy monsters. I mean correct climbing amazing the Medusa. I'd seen all that I said there's no way I can ever break into that industry the closest I can get is maybe designing some sandwich offices in a flask. A little did I know that when I got to the Royal College of Art all these cool companies coming. You'd have Sony would have Panasonic have they were coming because they they will coming because they knew there was talents product. They were coming to England. They were going to Germany. They were going to Italy. They were going to France and they were head hunting. The Best of the best of the students so I got lucky so there I was. I was twenty one. I graduated with a masters degree. I didn't have a hope in hell of getting a job. In England. The country that paid for my education could not employ but suddenly Saudi and they were saying. Where is this going with you in Japan? Yeah you want. Japan wasn't just the thrill away gets so the Japanese. Come around they go. We want to look at all the portfolios. They see me and they go. Yeah okay. We'll take him so. I get a ticket to go to Tokyo. We pick you work for Sony in their Concept Design Department designing the mini disc. Which by the way half your listeners. Many Disney isn't it to the mini. This was the technology between basically the CD. And the basically what what? What we now know is the ipod technology. The failed technology between those two so they wanted to have a bunch of bright young things from Europe so I get Tokyo. I have never read anything about Japan. I get put in this very elaborate studio with German guy who specialized in laser technology. A French guy who had dreamed that one day televisions should be flat screen. Well what a crazy. Hey a British guy who was who still a lifelong friend of mine. Who is an absolute genius programmer and a couple of American guys and a Gal? Actually who came out of Texas one of the universities there who all specialized in computer science and they put us in a room. They said come up with Shit. What does that mean come up with and they said Yeah. We'll pay for you to live here. Eat LOTS OF COOL. Sushi and rest expats a room. Some Japanese guy. Big Japanese companies have been a sued probably with the committee says something to a translator says make something. Yeah and they left the door shut but he looked at me and I had a big pair doctor Martins on. Because that's what you wore from England. Said you'RE GONNA have to get rid of those because you have to wear slits Jasmine's business. You have to wear slippers and I said what are you may have to wear slippers. And he says no no. It's the culture when you come in. You have to take your shoes off a win conway. Those big ugly boots. I know I get it. I get it so but anyway We're in this place will literally exposed to Akio Morita for those that don't know Akio Morita is the original founder of Sony. He's The guy who started a company with Rice. Cookers Pre Secca war and after the war in the fifties heard that the Americans had this technology that they didn't know what to do with called the transistor and they said We. We don't really want this. And he said. I'll buy it from me. And they said show have it where it. I'm sorry so you actually were. You knew the way he would come into this room from time to time. The head of Sony. It's even more insane as Sony. That not just that multi those. Yes the guy that started the company but it's even more insane and this was such an a design inspiration the paid off in spades when it came to working with Chris Nolan inception so what we do is every week. I'd have to take my during sketches of future designs for Walkmans disc the disc and take them over Ginza. Again in this elevator and go up this very very high tech building. That searcy just looked to me like something out of Akira and I get to the top and the doors would open and suddenly. Ib In sixteenth century. Japan they'd be Tatami Mats Neural. Were and shuffle. Me In.

England Sony London Japan Tokyo Nigel Chelsea School of art America Devon Charlton Heston Akio Morita Royal College of Art David Hockney Margaret Thatcher Chris Nolan Joe Johnson BBC Chelsea School of arts Disney
"department design" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

12:10 min | 1 year ago

"department design" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"And when did you start getting into fo making in the process that eventually became what it is now? I'm very very lucky. I grew up in a small village in in in the south of England. In a place called Devon about the only thing anyone would even relate to Devon. Is I duNno? Shallow comes out of the basketballs. You know there's a whole one. Yes there's a there's a moorland out near where I live. Where you know the The story of the Hound of the Baskervilles was set. I mean if you've seen American Werewolf in London. There's a scene at the beginning. Whether to poor American boys go to a local pub and they get shunned by locals. That's where I'm from. You grew up where I'm from. I was destined to become a farmer so so you know I was destined to be this. This farmhand basically and I I said to myself I it around the age of twelve. You know you just sit a start to become who you are and I was interested in music and art and theater and TV and look. I'm Donald Right so when I grew up it was it was the incredible hulk could starsky and hearts and all this stuff was coming into me like noise from America and this was another planet. America was another planet. You can go to America or you could do is stay up late and watch BBC to your lucky seat planet of the apes that was it and I did all of that I would stay up late. My parents would be in bad getting ready to get up. Let the sheep and the chickens out and I'd stay up late and I'd be like planet. The apes is on tonight. What the and you'd watch that and the end would come and Charlton Heston drop to his knees. And Go miss the Statue of Liberty to go holy Shit. This is just blowing my mind. What am I doing here on a sheep farm in England at the Fuck Outta? Yeah so basically. I saved all my money and got a bus to London with a portfolio onto my arm and I went to the art schools in London and the first all school I I went to was Chelsea School of arts and I went for an interview only because I loved a very famous sculptor from England called Henry Moore. He did all these really weird soft kind of fat round sculptures. Anyone out there may may possibly know. His word was abstract art. Very apps you were. You were a kid on a form. Sculptors I I was looking through a book on my soul the sculpture. I thought now house so I went to Chelsea School of art. And they said you've got something and England is is a very good country in terms of giving people who maybe don't come from money scholarships so I was very lucky. I got a scholarship. I got to go to London. Go to Chelsea School of art. I did that for two years. I I'm sure I was never student in Los Angeles or New York or even Tokyo. We'll talk about that lights. But I got to London and it just exploded my brain you know. I hear were fashionable people. There were budding musicians. There were people who are starting bands. There were people who are doing in saint sculptures getting arrested because this stuff was too outrageous Zia penalty of moving from the country. To your mind. It was you know look it. It was the eighties. Margaret Thatcher was used England with an iron fist and it was sort of rebellion going on here and there and I started getting into it and I found out about these these other painters. There was David Hockney. There was Francis. Bacon all these incredible artists and I said I want to be an artist. But I'll be honest with you. I was a poor kid. I didn't come from money so I said I calm. I don't trust my own ability enough to apply for master's degree in a school. That's GonNa let me paint a bunch of Isa Teric Shit and then throw me out there to become a poor guy. Got To somehow Taylor my skills to do something that I know. I can get a solid job so I took a very conservative route into product design. Product design is when you designed like that TV that camera that kind of stuff if you have an engineering background were you looking at schematics and stuff. No but I've been tinkering around with motorcycles and tractors and things when I was a school kid. Because there's let's face it. There's not a lot else to do on a phone so I sort of had a basic understanding of how things work so I I got a place at the Royal College of are doing something called industrial design. And I did really well. They're really out of fear because I just didn't WANNA an unemployed literally nickname. Truly I know this is not very glamorous but I had a roommate His name was Nigel. And Nigel's idea to save. Money was to take his three hundred pounds of his crawl. That's his scholarship by a shit ton of Porridge. Oats Mixed the porridge oats in the bath. Let into a Jain Biscuit smash it up with a sledgehammer freeze dry this shares and he for a year or save money on A. I mean it was insane. It was in so and you all sorts of crazy stuff just to say country kid from the country can move into the city studying fine arts. I mean I if anyone is going to be doing it. It's gotta be I mean and you know really. This was the state of of of play. Sort of looking at these stores. And you're going okay. I could buy a set of magic markers which I know. Joe Johnson used when he designed all that crazy shit for star wars or. I can eat a solid mail. You know what I'm going to have some Nigel's porridge oats from the bone. And and you do that. You would make those sacrifices because you you wanted to dream of of becoming an industrial designer or something more and of course in the back of my mind. I always dreamed of being in the film industry. I'd seen right Harry Housing of movies late night when my parents had gone to bed. The crazy monsters. I mean correct climbing amazing the Medusa. I'd seen all that I said there's no way I can ever break into that industry the closest I can get is maybe designing some sandwich offices in a flask. A little did I know that when I got to the Royal College of Art all these cool companies would coming. You'd have Sony would have Panasonic have they were coming because they they will coming because they knew there was talents product. They were coming to England. They were going to Germany. They were going to Italy. They were going to France and they were head hunting. The Best of the best of the students so I got lucky so there I was. I was twenty one. I graduated with a masters degree. I didn't have a hope in hell of getting a job. In England. The country that paid for my education could not employ but suddenly Saudi and they were saying. Where is this going with you in Japan? Yeah you want. Japan wasn't just the thrill away gets so the Japanese. Come around they go. We want to look at all the portfolios. They see me and they go. Yeah okay. We'll take him so. I get a ticket to go to Tokyo. We pick you work for Sony in their Concept Design Department designing the mini disc. Which by the way half your listeners. Many Disney isn't it to the mini. This was the technology between basically the CD. And the basically what what what we now know is the ipod. Technology failed technology between those two so they wanted to have a bunch of bright young things from Europe so I get Tokyo. I have never read anything about Japan. I get put in this very elaborate studio with German guy who specialized in laser technology. A French guy who had dreamed that one day televisions should be flat screen. Well what a crazy. Hey a British guy who was who still a lifelong friend of mine. Who is an absolute genius programmer and a couple of American guys and a Gal? Actually who came out of Texas one of the universities there who all specialized in computer science and they put us in a room. They said come up with Shit. What does that mean come up with and they said Yeah. We'll pay for you to live here. Eat LOTS OF COOL. Sushi and rich expats a room. Some Japanese guy. Big Japanese companies have been a sued probably with the committee says something to a translator. Says make something yeah. They left the door shut but he looked at me and I had a big pair doctor Martins on. Because that's what you wore from England. Said you'RE GONNA have to get rid of those because you have to wear slits Jasmine's business. You have to wear slippers and I said what do you mean after West slippers? And he says no no. It's the culture when you come in. You have to take your shoes off conway. Those big ugly boots. I know I get it. I get it so but anyway We're in this place will literally exposed to Akio Morita for those that don't know Akio Morita is the original founder of Sony. He's The guy who started a company with Rice. Cookers Pre Secca war and after the war in the fifties heard that the Americans had this technology that they didn't know what to do with called the transistor and they said We. We don't really want this. And he said. I'll buy it from me. And they said show have it where it. I'm sorry so you actually were. You knew the he would come into this room from time to time the head of Sony. It's even more insane as Sony. That not just that multi those. Yes the guy that started the company but it's even more insane and this was such an a design inspiration the paid off in spades when it came to working with Chris Nolan inception so what we do is every week. I'd have to take my during sketches of future designs for Walkmans disc the disc and take them over Ginza. Again in this elevator and go up this very very high tech building. That searcy just looked to me like something out of Akira and I get to the top and the doors would open and suddenly. Ib In sixteenth century. Japan they'd be Tatami Mats Neural. Were and shuffle. Me In.

England Sony London Japan Tokyo Nigel Chelsea School of art Devon America Charlton Heston Akio Morita Royal College of Art David Hockney Margaret Thatcher Chris Nolan Joe Johnson BBC Donald Right Chelsea School of arts
"department design" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

12:10 min | 1 year ago

"department design" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"And when did you start getting into fo making in the process that eventually became what it is now? I'm very very lucky. I grew up in a small village in in in the south of England. In a place called Devon about the only thing anyone would even relate to Devon. Is I duNno? Shallow comes out of the basketballs. You know there's a whole one. Yes there's a there's a moorland out near where I live. Where you know the The story of the Hound of the Baskervilles was set. I mean if you've seen American Werewolf in London. There's a scene at the beginning. Whether to poor American boys go to a local pub and they get shunned by locals. That's where I'm from. You grew up where I'm from. I was destined to become a farmer so so you know I was destined to be this. This farmhand basically and I I said to myself I it around the age of twelve. You know you just sit a start to become who you are and I was interested in music and art and theater and TV and look. I'm Donald Right so when I grew up it was it was the incredible hulk could starsky and hearts and all this stuff was coming into me like noise from America and this was another planet. America was another planet. You can go to America or you could do is stay up late and watch BBC to your lucky seat planet of the apes that was it and I did all of that I would stay up late. My parents would be in bad getting ready to get up. Let the sheep and the chickens out and I'd stay up late and I'd be like planet. The apes is on tonight. What the and you'd watch that and the end would come and Charlton Heston drop to his knees. And Go miss the Statue of Liberty to go holy Shit. This is just blowing my mind. What am I doing here on a sheep farm in England at the Fuck Outta? Yeah so basically. I saved all my money and got a bus to London with a portfolio onto my arm and I went to the art schools in London and the first all school I I went to was Chelsea School of arts and I went for an interview only because I loved a very famous sculptor from England called Henry Moore. He did all these really weird soft kind of fat round sculptures. Anyone out there may may possibly know. His word was abstract art. Very apps you were. You were a kid on a form. Sculptors I I was looking through a book on my soul the sculpture. I thought now house so I went to Chelsea School of art. And they said you've got something and England is is a very good country in terms of giving people who maybe don't come from money scholarships so I was very lucky. I got a scholarship. I got to go to London. Go to Chelsea School of art. I did that for two years. I I'm sure I was never student in Los Angeles or New York or even Tokyo. We'll talk about that lights. But I got to London and it just exploded my brain you know. I hear were fashionable people. There were budding musicians. There were people who are starting bands. There were people who are doing in saint sculptures getting arrested because this stuff was too outrageous Zia penalty of moving from the country. To your mind. It was you know look it. It was the eighties. Margaret Thatcher was used England with an iron fist and it was sort of rebellion going on here and there and I started getting into it and I found out about these these other painters. There was David Hockney. There was Francis. Bacon all these incredible artists and I said I want to be an artist. But I'll be honest with you. I was a poor kid. I didn't come from money so I said I calm. I don't trust my own ability enough to apply for master's degree in a school. That's GonNa let me paint a bunch of Isa Teric Shit and then throw me out there to become a poor guy. Got To somehow Taylor my skills to do something that I know. I can get a solid job so I took a very conservative route into product design. Product design is when you designed like that TV that camera that kind of stuff if you have an engineering background were you looking at schematics and stuff. No but I've been tinkering around with motorcycles and tractors and things when I was a school kid. Because there's let's face it. There's not a lot else to do on a phone so I sort of had a basic understanding of how things work so I I got a place at the Royal College of are doing something called industrial design. And I did really well. They're really out of fear because I just didn't WANNA an unemployed literally nickname. Truly I know this is not very glamorous but I had a roommate His name was Nigel. And Nigel's idea to save. Money was to take his three hundred pounds of his crawl. That's his scholarship by a shit ton of porridge. Oats Mixed the porridge oats in the bath. Let into a Jain Biscuit smash it up with a sledgehammer freeze dry this shares and he for a year or save money on A. I mean it was insane. It was in so and you all sorts of crazy stuff just to say country kid from the country can move into the city studying fine arts. I mean I if anyone is going to be doing it. It's gotta be I mean and you know really. This was the state of of of play. Sort of looking at these stores. And you're going okay. I could buy a set of magic markers which I know. Joe Johnson used when he designed all that crazy shit for star wars or. I can eat a solid mail. You know what I'm going to have some Nigel's porridge oats from the bone. And and you do that. You would make those sacrifices because you you wanted to dream of of becoming an industrial designer or something more and of course in the back of my mind. I always dreamed of being in the film industry. I'd seen right Harry Housing of movies late night when my parents had gone to bed. The crazy monsters. I mean correct climbing amazing the Medusa. I'd seen all that I said there's no way I can ever break into that industry the closest I can get is maybe designing some sandwich offices in a flask. A little did I know that when I got to the Royal College of Art all these cool companies would coming. You'd have Sony would have Panasonic have they were coming because they they will coming because they knew there was talents product. They were coming to England. They were going to Germany. They were going to Italy. They were going to France and they were head hunting. The Best of the best of the students so I got lucky so there I was. I was twenty one. I graduated with a masters degree. I didn't have a hope in hell of getting a job. In England. The country that paid for my education could not employ but suddenly Saudi and they were saying. Where is this going with you in Japan? Yeah you want. Japan wasn't just the thrill away gets so the Japanese. Come around they go. We want to look at all the portfolios. They see me and they go. Yeah okay. We'll take him so. I get a ticket to go to Tokyo. We pick you work for Sony in their Concept Design Department designing the mini disc. Which by the way half your listeners. Many Disney isn't it to the mini. This was the technology between basically the CD. And the you know basically what what what we now know is the ipod. Technology failed technology between those two so they wanted to have a bunch of bright young things from Europe so I get Tokyo. I have never read anything about Japan. I get put in this very elaborate studio with German guy who specialized in laser technology. A French guy who had dreamed that one day televisions should be flat screen. Well what a crazy. Hey a British guy who was who still a lifelong friend of mine. Who is an absolute genius programmer and a couple of American guys and a Gal? Actually who came out of Texas one of the universities there who all specialized in computer science and they put us in a room. They said come up with Shit. What does that mean come up with and they said Yeah. We'll pay for you to live here. Eat LOTS OF COOL. Sushi and rest expats a room. Some Japanese guy. Big Japanese companies have been a sued probably with the committee says something to a translator. Says make something yeah. They left the door shut but he looked at me and I had a big pair doctor Martins on. Because that's what you wore from England. Said you'RE GONNA have to get rid of those because you have to wear slits Jasmine's business. You have to wear slippers and I said what do you mean after West slippers? And he says no no. It's the culture when you come in. You have to take your shoes off conway. Those big ugly boots. I know I get it. I get it so but anyway We're in this place will literally exposed to Akio Morita for those that don't know Akio Morita is the original founder of Sony. He's The guy who started a company with Rice. Cookers Pre Secca war and after the war in the fifties heard that the Americans had this technology that they didn't know what to do with called the transistor and they said We. We don't really want this. And he said. I'll buy it from me. And they said show have it where it. I'm sorry so you actually were. You knew the he would come into this room from time to time the head of Sony. It's even more insane as Sony. That not just that multi those. Yes the guy that started the company but it's even more insane and this was such an a design inspiration the paid off in spades when it came to working with Chris Nolan inception so what we do is every week. I'd have to take my during sketches of future designs for Walkmans disc the disc and take them over Ginza. Again in this elevator and go up this very very high tech building. That searcy just looked to me like something out of Akira and I get to the top and the doors would open and suddenly. Ib In sixteenth century Japan they'd be Tatami Mats Neural. Were bow and shuffle. Me In.

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"department design" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

12:10 min | 1 year ago

"department design" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"And when did you start getting into fo making in the process that eventually became what it is now? I'm very very lucky. I grew up in a small village in in in the south of England. In a place called Devon about the only thing anyone would even relate to Devon. Is I duNno? Shallow comes out of the basketballs. You know there's a whole one. Yes there's a there's a moorland out near where I live. Where you know the The story of the Hound of the Baskervilles was set. I mean if you've seen American Werewolf in London. There's a scene at the beginning. Whether to poor American boys go to a local pub and they get shunned by locals. That's where I'm from. You grew up where I'm from. I was destined to become a farmer so so you know I was destined to be this. This farmhand basically and I I said to myself I it around the age of twelve. You know you just sit a start to become who you are and I was interested in music and art and theater and TV and look. I'm not right so when I grew up it was it was the incredible hulk could starsky and hearts and all this stuff was coming into me like noise from America and this was another planet. America was another planet. You can go to America or you could do is stay up late and watch BBC to your lucky seat planet of the apes that was it and I did all of that I would stay up late. My parents would be in bad getting ready to get up. Let the sheep and the chickens out and I'd stay up late and I'd be like planet. The apes is on tonight. What the and you'd watch that and the end would come and Charlton Heston drop to his knees. And Go miss the Statue of Liberty to go holy Shit. This is just blowing my mind. What am I doing here on a sheep farm in England at the Fuck Outta? Yeah so basically. I saved all my money and got a bus to London with a portfolio onto my arm and I went to the art schools in London in the first aisle school I I went to was Chelsea School of arts and I went for an interview only because I loved a very famous sculptor from England called Henry Moore. He did all these really weird soft kind of fat round sculptures. Anyone out there may may possibly know. His word was abstract art. Very apps you were. You were a kid on a form. Sculptors I I was looking through a book on my soul the sculpture. I thought now house so I went to Chelsea School of art. And they said you've got something and England is is a very good country in terms of giving people who maybe don't come from money scholarships so I was very lucky. I got a scholarship. I got to go to London. Go to Chelsea School of art. I did that for two years. I I'm sure I was never student in Los Angeles or New York or even Tokyo. We'll talk about that lights. But I got to London and it just exploded my brain you know. I hear were fashionable people. There were budding musicians. There were people who are starting bands. There were people who are doing in saint sculptures getting arrested because this stuff was too outrageous Zia penalty of moving from the country. To your mind. It was you know look it. It was the eighties. Margaret Thatcher was used England with an iron fist and it was sort of rebellion going on here and there and I started getting into it and I found out about these these other painters. There was David Hockney. There was Francis. Bacon all these incredible artists and I said I want to be an artist. But I'll be honest with you. I was a kid. I didn't come from money so I said I calm. I don't trust my own ability enough to apply for master's degree in a school. That's GonNa let me paint a bunch of Isa Teric Shit and then throw me out there to become a poor guy. Got To somehow Taylor my skills to do something that I know. I can get a solid job so I took a very conservative route into product design. Product design is when you designed like that TV that camera that kind of stuff if you have an engineering background were you looking at schematics and stuff. No but I've been tinkering around with motorcycles and tractors and things when I was a school kid. Because there's let's face it. There's not a lot else to do on a phone so I sort of had a basic understanding of how things work so I I got a place at the Royal College of are doing something called industrial design. And I did really well. They're really out of fear because I just didn't WANNA an unemployed literally nickname. Truly I know this is not very glamorous but I had a roommate His name was Nigel. And Nigel's idea to save. Money was to take his three hundred pounds of his crawl. That's his scholarship by a shit ton of Porridge. Oats Mixed the porridge oats in the bath. Let into a Jain Biscuit smash it up with a sledgehammer freeze dry this shares and he for a year or save money on A. I mean it was insane. It was in so and you all sorts of crazy stuff just to say country kid from the country can move into the city studying fine arts. I mean I if anyone is going to be doing it. It's gotta be I mean and you know really. This was the state of of of play. Sort of looking at these stores. And you're going okay. I could buy a set of magic markers which I know. Joe Johnson used when he designed all that crazy shit for star wars or. I can eat a solid mail. You know what I'm going to have some Nigel's porridge oats from the bone. And and you do that. You would make those sacrifices because you you wanted to dream of of becoming an industrial designer or something more and of course in the back of my mind. I always dreamed of being in the film industry. I'd seen right Harry Housing of movies late night when my parents had gone to bed. The crazy monsters. I mean correct climbing amazing the Medusa. I'd seen all that I said there's no way I can ever break into that industry the closest I can get is maybe designing some sandwich offices in a flask. A little did I know that when I got to the Royal College of Art all these cool companies coming. You'd have Sony would have Panasonic have they were coming because they they will coming because they knew there was talents product. They were coming to England. They were going to Germany. They were going to Italy. They were going to France and they were head hunting. The Best of the best of the students so I got lucky so there I was. I was twenty one. I graduated with a masters degree. I didn't have a hope in hell of getting a job. In England. The country that paid for my education could not employ but suddenly Saudi and they were saying. Where is this going with you in Japan? Yeah you want. Japan wasn't just the thrill away gets so the Japanese. Come around they go. We want to look at all the portfolios. They see me and they go. Yeah okay. We'll take him so. I get a ticket to go to Tokyo. We pick you work for Sony in their concept design department designing the mini disc. Which by the way half your listeners. Many Disney isn't it to the mini. This was the technology between basically the CD. And the basically what what? What we now know is the ipod technology. The failed technology between those two so they wanted to have a bunch of bright young things from Europe so I get Tokyo. I have never read anything about Japan. I get put in this very elaborate studio with German guy who specialized in laser technology. A French guy who had dreamed that one day televisions should be flat screen. Well what a crazy. Hey a British guy who was who still a lifelong friend of mine. Who is an absolute genius programmer and a couple of American guys and a Gal? Actually who came out of Texas one of the universities there who all specialized in computer science and they put us in a room. They said come up with Shit. What does that mean come up with and they said Yeah. We'll pay for you to live here. Eat LOTS OF COOL. Sushi and rest expats a room. Some Japanese guy. Big Japanese companies have been a sued probably with the committee says something to a translator says make something. Yeah and they left the door shut but he looked at me and I had a big pair doctor Martins on. Because that's what you wore from England. Said you'RE GONNA have to get rid of those because you have to wear slits Jasmine's business. You have to wear slippers and I said what are you may have to wear slippers. And he says no no. It's the culture when you come in. You have to take your shoes off a win conway. Those big ugly boots. I know I get it. I get it so but anyway We're in this place will literally exposed to Akio Morita for those that don't know Akio Morita is the original founder of Sony. He's The guy who started a company with Rice. Cookers Pre Secca war and after the war in the fifties heard that the Americans had this technology that they didn't know what to do with called the transistor and they said We. We don't really want this. And he said. I'll buy it from me. And they said show have it where it. I'm sorry so you actually were. You knew the way he would come into this room from time to time. The head of Sony. It's even more insane as Sony. That not just that multi those. Yes the guy that started the company but it's even more insane and this was such an a design inspiration the paid off in spades when it came to working with Chris Nolan inception so what we do is every week. I'd have to take my during sketches of future designs for Walkmans disc the disc and take them over Ginza. Again in this elevator and go up this very very high tech building. That searcy just looked to me like something out of Akira and I get to the top and the doors would open and suddenly. Ib In sixteenth century. Japan they'd be Tatami Mats Neural. Were and shuffle. Me In.

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"department design" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"department design" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Every booing note? That he's right he's wrong but then there were the Republicans who are wrong representative Mike. Kelly gets from Pennsylvania Nia then he says this is like Pearl Harbor. Nuts much you know like when the Japanese Imperial Forces Attacks America and Hawaii and killed a thousand Americans more than two thousand Americans like not not so much like that. I mean. We're GONNA go with things that it's like death not high on the list just curious hang. On December seventh nineteen forty one. A horrific act happened in in the United States. And this one that President Roosevelt said this is a date that will live in infamy today December eighteenth two thousand nineteen is another date that will live in infamy when just because you hate the president of the United States and you can find no other reason other than the fact that you're so blinded by your hate that you can't see straight that you've decided the only way we can make sure this president doesn't get elected again is is to impeach him. It's not really like Pearl Harbor like at all. And then the worst one was was represented. Bury Louder Milk from Georgia. He gets up and he says president trump is being treated worse than Jesus. We'll seeing Jesus was actually crucified and died on the Cross Christian for sins was resurrected. Ju just died on the cross cross no matter how you slice. It wasn't particularly great for Jesus that trial was not I would say like a real great example due process. I'M GONNA go with no on the trump to Jesus comparison on this one before you take this historic vote today one week before Christmas. Want you to keep this in mind. When Jesus was was falsely accused of treason pontius pilot gave? Jesus the opportunity to face his accusers. During that Sham Trial Pontius pilot afforded. More rights dejesus than the Democrats have afforded this president and this process. Merry Christmas to you in uh-huh Whoa nope. That's no on that. So things that just for the record things that this impeachment is not like the Salem witch trials the crucifixion of Jesus Pro Harbor Things. The impeachment is like an impeachment. Just GonNa put that out there. I feel like that's a safe thing to say. Okay in a second we're GONNA get to President Trump's response to all of this because president trump went off went off and then we'll get to Nancy Pelosi's latest strategy. Wow the master strategist at work. Nancy Pelosi and we'll get to that in something so stoop. I'm sorry it's idiotic. It's a up in one idiotic. Second first let's talk about the fact that if you are running a business you need to make sure you have the numbers in front of you like we have here. Daily wire entire finance and accounting department design track all the numbers and we have an integrated system. One of the reasons we have an integrated system is because we have been using nets we and you should use that suite. Also because if you're using a variety of systems like you're an old fashioned company and you've got one person using excel and you've got another person who is using being the the The MAC books and you have just people using.

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"department design" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"department design" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It's seventy six degrees at News Radio WFL, a the former school resource deputy accused of doing nothing at last year's massacre, as it unfolded. Marjory stoneman Douglas high school is heading to court this morning facing criminal charges for not stopping the massacre. One of the members of the commission investigating the stoneman Douglas, mass shooting Polk County sheriff Grady, Judd scornfully described how Scott Peterson reacted that day. He didn't have the intestinal fortitude to run in or protect those children and investigation by FDLE in the state attorney's office, concludes the brower deputy retreated from gunfire and told others to stay back Peterson is accused of negligence perjury and seven counts of child neglect, Gordon bird, NewsRadio WFL, a Florida companies at scheduled, what are called people to people tour. As of Cuba. We're going to see business go away. Now that the Trump administration has made a decision to ban that travel, category eve, our fiscal runs a Tampa firm that schedules travel to Cuba. Impacted decrease lines and daylights to most of the people using commotion carriers all that category. The ruling by the treasury, and commerce departments designed to keep money from going to Cuban government officials and the military through state run tourism agencies. But if you've already booked, a trip to Cuba, you are allowed to go a twelve hour charter fishing trip on the Gulf turned into a nightmare as the captain of the boat took them on a wild ride that featured drugs, booze and a gun about sixty miles offshore, captain, Mark Bailey is accused of getting angry at a passenger for taking a beer out of a cooler, an argument followed and the five passengers say, the situation turned scary Bailey, allegedly started drinking heavily doing cocaine and then firing a gun into the air. These passengers tell news channel eight as.

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"department design" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"department design" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You are listening to the very best of Todd and dawn. And we're going to be live at five thirty. So you stay tuned. You're listening to the best of Todd and dawn on NewsRadio KLBJ more public toilets on our streets here in Austin, we'll be popping up downtown. Yeah. The very near future. You hear the story there in the news, and it's on the front page of our websites following a pilot program in which the city says human waste left on Austin street declined three new public toilets have now been installed each fully stainless steel, according to Randy Marsh with the transportation department designed to limit unwanted behavior as well. You can see inside to see how many feet or but you can actually see who's feet to avoid undesirable activity. Yeah. The two permanent toilets will be installed by November one at fourth and trinity and other at fifth and brazos that third is planned at I thirty five between sixth and seventh street by January. Let's be clear. This is for the homeless community. There's no doubt about it. Come on. I mean that that's, that's the problem. That is the problem. They've got to have a place to go to the bathroom. I understand, you know, we know all the reasons but it's too bad that we can't just do something like this, as far as put some public restrooms out there for anybody to access. But yeah, the home homeless will dominate but it's too bad that it just can't be that simple was caused why does it cost four hundred fifty thousand dollars for two public restrooms. That's incredible. That is incredible. That's a house yet. That's a house with four bedrooms. Exactly. Right. Exactly, what does it cost four hundred two hundred and twenty five thousand dollars each have no idea. And then what is going to cost the taxpayers to maintain these things monthly daily hourly four seven twenty four seven somebody is going to have to be on. There's no doubt about it. That, that there's gonna be all kinds of. Reasons for for these things to have to be constantly maintained. He's gonna make things worse now town, you know, they right here's the guy with the British accent. He works at the transportation of the city's name is Peter Marsh significant reduction of public urination and believe Austin public health has a patrol that was a reduction in what I found on patrols. There you go now while these restroom units, though. Permanently installed are prefabricated and basically very similar to what they have in Portland. That's what we got this idea, which has which has horrible homeless problem itself. I think it is going to make the homeless problem worse. It's gonna make Lord during this will be a place where the homeless will gather it will bring the homeless to that area, because that's one of the draws or the homeless, are they want to be near think they want to be near a public bathroom, or at least a business that doesn't mind him coming in, you know, a lot of these homeless, the homeless fail us a sink as a shower. Our? It's. I'm not saying this to be cruel. I'm just saying what else do they do? That's the reality. That's the reality is more to the story hanging on. I gotta find my glasses. It's just too bad. Hang on. It's too bad that it can't be just.

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