27 Burst results for "Don Draper"
"don draper" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"It posted next question. I'm TV show mimic. I want to smoke because of peaky. Blinders I want to ride motorcycles. Because the sons of anarchy what. Tv show is made? You want to do something this is digs specifically started drinking old-fashioned strictly because of Don Draper and I started smoking cigars strictly because of Aj Hawk from McAfee Hawk. I also got a tattoo because of the World Cup started asleep. Tattoo World Cup finish next week next World Cup when I see all sleeves again tapping it again. Yeah I got an undercut because of boardwalk empire too closely. I'm watching a show. It's I had a nice side part and got in the whisking old-fashioned because a madman I smoke. Cigarettes really wants to smoke. Cigarettes smoked two packs on Halloween. One night yeah wanted to buy something the next day very badly. I. Won't you smoke that? I pack your back in. I'm not the only one that this happened so I'm just the most easily. You're definitely probably in the history of mankind. The most would that be called. I drink the punch. Yeah easily most. Easily influenced gullible is acceptable acceptable. -ceptable is a good one susceptible to influence. They just all made you better at the time. I can't wait to watch.
BrainStuff Classics: Does 'Power Dressing' Actually Work?
"Brain stuff learn bomb here with a classic episode from our archives and from former host Christian savior this. This one was inspired by a book. Christian ran across about how to dress for success. It got him wondering can power dressing really make a difference socially or psychologically below their brain stuff. I'm Christian Sager and I've got a question for you. Do I look powerful. Well I I know you can't see me right now but I feel powerful. Some people even think that what you wear can produce this kind of confidence and who doesn't want to feel good about themselves. So what is this power dressing? And does it actually work well to answer that question? We have to take a trip to the smooth nineteen seventies when a guy named John Malloy came out with a series of books about dressing for success. He prescribed a uniform of sorts for both men and women. That would help them. Achieve Greatness in business professions for men Malloy recommended conservative business attire. That was high quality and fit well essentially a business suit in dark hue with a modest white shirt and a tie. Think Don Draper for women. He adapted this uniform. To include a skirted suit and a soft blouse with floppy or bowed. Neck pieces think Margaret Thatcher in order to achieve the kind of authority of the Iron Lady Malloy recommended. Women do two things. Don't look like a secretary and don't look too sexy. You couldn't wear waistcoats or contour jackets. Because they drew attention to the bust. Scarves were popular because they drew attention to the face and away from the breasts and floral prints and feminine colors like Salmon. Pink were out. But you didn't want to look to masculine either. Hence the skirt instead of trousers. This was the birth of power dressing and by the nineteen eighties. It became the way enterprising. Women learned to manage or limit the potential sexuality of their bodies and leave all that gross girl stuff like cooties at home but as they entered the corporate workforce in ever greater numbers. Some women wanted to modify this uniform while maintaining their professional appearance. One alternative model for breaking out of these fashion limitations was Princess Diana with her more glamorous outfits others were on TV and shows like dynasty designing women and Moonlighting enter broad shoulder pads wide lapels and a wider range of textures colors and accessories. Cut to the present day now. Most of these fashion fads have come and gone but you can still see their influence on politicians. For Example Take Hillary Clinton or Donald trump many of the tenets of power dressing are still employed. Today we just don't call it that anymore. But a twenty fifteen study reexamined the principles behind power dressing. It found that putting on formal clothing does indeed make us feel powerful and even makes us think differently. The authors of this study tested student participants in a series of experiments by rating their outfits and taking cognitive tests when the students switched out of sweat pants and into the kind of clothing. They thought they should wear to a job interview. The tests showed their cognitive processing became more abstract broader and holistic the authors. Also say that how often you actually wear. Formal clothes doesn't matter regardless of when you wear. These uniforms have become a symbol of power. There have been other studies into how clothing affects our cognition to for instance. When people wear white doctors coats
11 Trivia Questions on TV Bosses
"With buds dot com and it's clicked. It's clinical in the show notes so go to the show notes given a nice click and go check it out. Today's episode is a fan made episode from Luke McKay. He is a Patriot subscriber. He is a buddy of mine and he writes Great Trivia. This quiz is called. Tv bosses. So I have eleven of these four U. Eleven. Tv boss questions. I'll give you the boss's name you tell me what show they were on? And who played that boss? Who did the voice or who played in terms of acting on the show so your name the boss and the show came. It's going to be a fun one and we're going to jump into it right now eleven questions on TV bosses here. We go all right. Everybody here we go. This is round about TV bosses. And here's number one Jack Donigi number one jack. Donna gig remember. We're looking for the actor or actress who played the role. And what show was on number one Jack Donna number two Michael Scott who played that loss and what show number two Michael Scott number three C M Burns number three C M Burns whose that TV boss number three number four Leslie Nope Leslie nope number four number five Miranda Bailey number five Miranda Bailey number six Selina Meyer number six Selina Meyer number seven is Don Draper Don draper number seven number eight? Olivia Pope Number Eight. Olivia Pope Number. Nine Phil Colson number nine Phil Colson and number ten Raymond Holt Raymond halt. Your bonus. Question is the name Mallory Archer Mallory Archer name who played Mallory Archer. And what show as you did for all the other ones. That is your quick quiz on. Tv bosses we'll be right back in just a second with the answers. We are back with the answers to TV bosses. Let's see how you did on the short quiz from Luke McKay Number One Jack Donigi that was Alec Baldwin on Thirty Rock Jack down a game was played by Alec Baldwin on Thirty Rock Number. Two Michael Scott was of course Steve Carell on the office. Steve Carell on the office. I mentioned that the other day but go look up the some good news video with John Krasinski. Or He's doing a news report of good news from his house and he does a quick skype. Call with Steve Carell. It's pretty great number. Three was burn. See Montgomery Burns. And that was Harry. Shearer playing Mani Burns on the Simpsons Harry Shearer and the simpsons number four Leslie note played by Amy Poehler on parks and REC. I mentioned I'm binge in that on a recent episode. I love watching the old episodes of parks and REC number five.
How Ad Exec Nancy Reyes Became Undeniable
"I was going to ask you if this was the office. Where you do don draper style presentations or really just in an office office. There's no don draper in here. It struck me as I was walking over here from thirty rock where I work both how near we are Long Island City and how far you've come from where you grew up. Your Dad drove a taxi. Your mom worked as a housekeeper. What did you learn from them about work? Work Ethic work hard all the time and then you see the rewards of that hard work on the hours of a taxi driver. Are you know whenever there's demand and I remember my mom would never say no to cleaning a house so there was some days where she would clean three houses in the same day. Three to four houses in the same day which is just an enormous amount of cleaning. I did learn that everything feels better when you earn it that that is to me the the the best immigrant lesson and that has carried me my entire life is. I want to know that I earned it and if I put the hard work in then I can say this is mine. If heard you say that you retrospectively realize you never had the time or space to think about what you wanted to be when you grew up. What were you thinking about instead? Food money will we have food today? how much money do we have? How many more bottles doing to collect to be able to buy groceries? How many more grocery bags can I on my on my arms to carry them home because we didn't have money for a taxi? It was always short term stuff very very short term stuff and I suppose there was some benefit in that in that I felt like I was always solving a problem. That's a that's a skill. That's a skill always. There was always something to overcome and there was always a solution to that but yeah I do feel badly that I didn't. I don't remember times when I said when I grow up. I WANNA be an astronaut or I want to be a lawyer. I WANNA be a doctor. It was. How do I get to tomorrow when you look back? Were there signs that you would be a natural what you do now. No I don't know I hopeful. I don't think so. I think the one thing I knew I would be good at and I feel slightly guilty about it. Now is being incredibly articulate? I remember growing up and I grew up in a time where assimilation was valued which is very different than the time we are. Now where bringing your whole self whatever that is the most important thing so assimilation was about. How do you blend into everybody else in to do that? I DIDN'T WANNA speak Spanish. I didn't want to have an accent. Not a Hispanic accent. Not a long island city accent. Not a New York accent. It was like how articulate. Can I be so? I knew that whatever it was that I was GONNA do. I was going to be really good at speaking. Really good at presenting. Did that message. Come from your parents or from somewhere else. It didn't come from my parents because I remember hurting my mom's feelings a number of times when I said speak English. This is America. I must have picked that up from somewhere. I mean I think I was five. I remember where I was when I said that to her for the first time she was barking orders at me to do something probably my chores. Nothing nothing harmful and I just had had it Not necessarily with the chores just with I imagined with this. Why do I speak Spanish here but speak English someplace else? Why do I not know enough English? This is America. Get Your Act together. I had that kind of In patients with it which I of course feel terrible about it now but I was five different time where your parents from my mother is from El Salvador and my father was Puerto Rican. Study the Puerto Rican seems to take over your narrative in the little that I could find online. That's probably a New York thing fifth grade you struggling to prep. Which is this program that prepares kids from communities like yours that they will be leveled up academically with other kids. There must have been someone who said this very smart. Do you remember who that person was the principal? I remember a principal. His name was Philip. As emo I remember thinking his name was so grand. You Know Phillip as Emily and I remember. I was putting away books in our library. I say that with air quotes. It was like a shelf tiny shelf of Tattered books and he came over to me and he said I hear you're very smart and I think that carried me for ages six. Somebody noticed. Somebody saw that scrape the way someone like that can change. A Kid's life was one sentence I remember obsessing over that sentence and every single word in that sentence and so if you heard it it meant somebody else said it. So somebody else thought. I WAS SMART. So people were noticing. Somebody noticed. Somebody talked about it. Were you hearing that no no? I can't quite remember hearing any of that stuff at home. I I remember that I started in kindergarten. I didn't go to preschool. That was just not a notion for our family or even our community and somehow I I could understand. I spoke English but my parents both spoke only Spanish and I asked my mom at some point. How did I go to kindergarten? If I didn't speak English. And she said well we used to put you in front of the television to watch sesame street so I remember thinking my God. I must have learned all that. I know this language watching. Tv and watching Sesame Street. I think that was far as I could remember. Conversations about education or intelligence home was about working. It was about chores. We are coming up on a very special anniversary. Our one hundredth episode. And so we WANNA hear from you send us a voice memo to Ola at Latina to Latina Dot com telling us what the podcast has meant to you. When you've kept going a time you've persevered. We want to hear it all so then for high school through prep for prep. You end up going to a prep school in the upper west side culture shock. What specifically do you remember? What stood out to you? So many things stood out none of them commuted or they took the cross town bus and I thought my gosh what a privileged to take across town bus. I thought that must be a rich person thing. They went skiing lots of ski trips. They all had country houses. What is a country house and they all went every weekend to a country house or they went to the Hamptons. Every time there was a break from school there was a vacation. It's one of the complicated things about making these leaps which is even when you have the programs like prep for prep that are making the academic differential and the resource differential in many cases. There still is an emotional and cultural thing. That's already happening in your teens. Right like even if you don't have the upheaval of moving between worlds those years our heart and they are harder when you're also trying to understand things like why some people have those things in some people don't and who you are in a world in which you are from the get position does outsider. It's so true I think the Times I think about it now. I feel like they're two sides to it. That were not addressed that if programs like this are going to continue and they are very successful. I've said many times I oh my entire life to prep. I really do think it saved my life but if we're really GONNA see long-term growth in an impact from programs like that two sides to address. One is the sociological impact for the person of color entering those private schools. What should I expect? How do I answer questions about? Do you have a country house do you. Do you ski every weekend. It seems simple to say. I don't have that on. I don't ski. I would skip. But that's not what you say when you're thirteen or fourteen When I remember feeling I don't look like anybody here so I felt ugly. I don't have anything that these people have so I felt not worth it and I felt that in many occasions I was probably robbing a spot of somebody else that they didn't better than I did. But then the other side of that is who told those kids about me. Who told them I was coming told them why I deserved to be there. Who told them that? I had earned it and that conversation was never had those guys so as much as maybe in my teens. I felt like I didn't like anybody there. I didn't like the school. Now I know will why would they? Why would they treated me any differently? They didn't know no one spoke to them about it.
Where is Artificial Intelligence Used Today?
"Let's talk about how. Ai is most commonly being used. Today is a tool flash technology that is constantly used in your everyday life without even realizing it if Google if you use facebook if you use youtube all of those platforms are using some kind of AI. On it and what they're using predominantly most a systems are using this subcategory Of Technology called machine learning and machine learning is essentially the ability of a machine to take a lot of data understand. Patterns in that data and then reapply data so machine learning is just one type of Ai. There are others but machine learning is the most common. And it's the kind of I we're gonNA cover almost exclusively throughout this episode and machine learning starts with some set of data that a computer or machine can analyze. The data can be anything a collection of photos or current traffic conditions or the game of chess. The machine flies through that data and finds the patterns. This is the learning part of machine learning. Then that machine can take what it learned and apply to new but similar set of data and make decisions or recommendations based on what knows so if you take an example of Youtube. Youtube is really good recommending. You videos that you WANNA watch. And that's why we all spend way too much time on it and what it's doing is it's the data. Here is all of the videos. You've watched before so it's looking at all the news. You Watch it before. And it's figuring out what are the common themes within those videos that likely mean it's another video this common themes you would also want to watch it And that is that is that is. Ai so you can apply that to other things like facebook. It's ability to identify people in photos. It is taking all of the photos that previously talked with yourself finding the Pixel patterns that notch your face and then looking for those same pixel patterns in other photos to see if you're there. Karen also explains that facebook in particular uses a in another less obvious way and that's in determining what shows up in your news feed the data in this case. Is Your behavior on facebook. What you like or react to what you click on comment on all that is data. Facebook collects and then uses to determine what it shows you more of so if you like post by certain friends on certain topics but just those with images then facebook is gonNA show you those posts. I and put the rest down at the bottom of your news. Feed all of that's done automatically by facebook's. Ai Algorithms the same kind of thing is happening when net flicks and spotify recommend a new show or song but their applications outside of social and media platforms to because machine learning is really good at recognizing patterns in images There is now a whole field of research on how to use that technique for Medical images because a lot of cancer diagnosis or other disease diagnosis typically involves looking at an image like an MRI scan a cat scan Or an image of a of a tissue slice or whatever it is And then try to figure out whether it looks abnormal and whether needs to be treated and AI is demonstrating a pretty good Ability to now be able to do that for us at with higher accuracy than human radiologists because human radiologists can get sleepy. They can get bleary eyed Software does not. Karen is quick to point out here that in no way does she think. Ai should outright replace a human radiologists or do the job all on its own A. It's just another tool in your toolbox. It can give you a recommendation for what it thinks. Like whether someone has Malignant cancer node in their lung or something And it's still up to the doctor who has like the actual medical knowledge and the actual patient history and like all of that to make the final call so what about the use of AI in marketing. Since I was at this marketing a conference I was able to catch up with a guy named Nikos Kunia. I'm right now. A partner at Davidson partners we our AI CONSULTANCY. I lead the global AI practice. I'm also a futurist speaker and author now. The speakers at this conference all had slightly different backgrounds and all offered their unique perspective on the topic. I in marketing but what. They all seem to agree on. Is that this relatively new tech of AI and the age old industry of marketing that they were on a convergence path destined to integrate more and more as time goes on. So I asked Nikos why I'll give you one main reason two thousand seven. The iphone came out today. You almost have half the entire world with iphones and so the traditional world of marketing where you have a don draper and his media buddy making few decisions on. Hey let's get this message out for a specific brand to as many people as possible shirts. Vanilla message great. It works it worked then even ten years ago. You can still make that same decision. What do I put in front of Somebody in the Wall Street Journal and Creative Director a marketer? I need to make a decision right now. Up Like what? Do I know about you if I knew something about you? I make a decision about cars. Okay I'll put up a car. Od like I'm black. Okay do you like red so I will infer what I know about you and make that decision. A there are about five hundred billion opportunities to do that today and so there is absolutely no way a single human even get through a thousand so that is the reason why we need artificial intelligence. And why this convergence is happening is that you need to automate those decisions and you need to recognize patterns at a broad scale to get to what marketers want to sell more stuff and to drive business outcomes. So that's where our Bob Cat Marketer? Paul writes here comes back in all racer class of two thousand graduated from the E W Script School of journalism and I went onto found peer. Twenty twenty two the marketing agency and the marketing artificial intelligence institute. Paul founded PR twenty twenty in two thousand and four and more recently established the marketing artificial intelligence institute which hosted the conference. You can read more about the evolution of both Pr. Twenty twenty and the Institute in the latest issue of Ohio Today magazine at Ohio Today Dot Org but for now I wanted to ask Paul to put a is impact on the marketing industry at large in more perspective. To think about all the things you use in your daily life that are powered by so net flicks recommend shows for you based on Intelligence Algorithms. Spotify learns what music you like. Your iphone recognizes your face to unlock it. Facebook recognizes faces. You upload photos so none of that can be done without a so. It's what powers. All of those consumer technologies Amazon. Predicting what you're going to buy an essence it all comes down to these predictions and so marketing is basically trying to apply the same technology to make predictions about what consumers will do next. You're you're trying to predict if you're sending an email Campaign trying to predict what subject line of work? When should we send it? What images should we use the called action be and when you start looking at social media and email and websites? Seo and communications there's applications for AI across every category and it really just comes down to wear in your life. Are you trying to use data to make a prediction about something and when we step back as marketers? The answer is it's like eighty to ninety percent of the things we do so it's that potentially broad impact that can worry people especially those people working in the marketing roles that this technology will affect. Will they be replaced by a computer? Of course disconcerted has felt beyond the field of marketing. Automation has been simultaneously welcomed and feared industries from manufacturing to finance. Still Paul stays optimistic. We're under the working assumption. That within three to five years eighty percent of what we do at least will be intelligently automated to some degree meaning a I will make us better at doing the tasks we do every day. It may not replace the need to have a human doing them but it will enhance the the example. I give a lot as google maps. So when you're trying to go from point eight appointees you use just use a road atlas now Google maps monitors data in real time and it changes recommended route for you to take and all is trying to do is predict the fastest way from A to b the human still decides whether or not to take that advice but the machine has enhanced your ability get from a to B
Top 10 Performers of the 2010s
"Actually I am kind of I write poetry Snow Book Secret Notebook or your poet. Yeah that's great but you like to hear what sure sure it doesn't really Ryan though. Okay kind of like him better when they don't me to all right so we've heard your number ten. We've heard my number six Adam driver. Who's your number nine performer? The decade? Okay boy this hurts me because it wasn't too long ago I was asking if this was the best actress of the twenty tens and I still think she's in the conversation but Elizabeth Moss. When I sat down to do this list fell down to number nine okay and I think for me. It's it's partly again. I'm backing into the list here. It's partly because her strongest work was on television. I don't know if it's fair. We're a film show so I'M GONNA hold that. It's not fair okay. It probably isn't yet to discount the handmaiden and madman but you're right if you include those. Then how is she? Not One of the performance of the Dick and Jane campion's crime series top of the lake. Yeah so so you know those three works alone in her work in them specifically I mean madman. I made the argument. She's as crucial to that series. Almost as crucial. Let's say Don Draper. She was the lead in in Top of the lake in the lead the handmaid's tale but I look back at the big screen to and The one I love I think great in. I know you love the film more than Me Adam but the collaboration with Alex. Ross Perry's Ben. My favorite thing about those including are probably hurt toured force performance of the last. Ten years is in her smile. I think just from last year and then yeah squeezing in that great supporting part in US last year as well getting to show her comic chops I had to keep her on this list but when I started comparing her to the filmography we're going to get to higher up. Yeah I couldn't put up there at the very top. Yes same process with me. Though she slipped a little further I did begin by ranking top ten actresses top ten actors then figured out how to merge them and go made the cut. I Have Elizabeth Moss in my six through ten actresses but did not make my top ten overall. My number ten is an actress. And this is one where you could accuse me Josh of maybe looking ahead a little too much but I think the foundation of great work in this decade is also there. She is the only other one that woman I'm about to mention. She's the only other one with driver who feels to me like locks. We could already pencil them in for when we're doing this list in ten years okay. We're GONNA look back on the twenty twenties and go. Of course. This was the decade of Adam driver and of Sir Sha Ronin the three great performances come in Brooklyn in Lady Bird and of course last year in Greta. Gerwig 's little women and there's two great films there for me all time great films frankly in Lady Bird and little women. I'm less high on Brooklyn though I like Brooklyn quite a bit and I really do think. It's a wonderful performance from her. She also appears of course in Wes. Anderson's Grand Budapest hotel and I really liked her in Joe. Wright's Hannah for me. Ronin is the insistent innocent. There is some naievety about her. As you look at those performances Brooklyn ladybird little women but really just a lack of experience. There's the census. She still has a lot to learn about herself and about the world and relationships. She's going to make mistakes. She's GonNa make a fool of herself but that's because she's always going to put herself on the line there is a determination and there's a voracious nece to Ronin characters that I find really appealing. I was looking back at my notes from our review of Lady Bird and I mentioned the way she just kind of burns with this intensity and this focus. It's almost like she's from another planet in the way she talks and the way she studying the people she's engaging with there is this provocation that is inherent to the lady bird character where she's just so eager to expand her knowledge her base of knowledge. It seems like that's what she's after in every encounter in life and maybe more than anything. Josh the reason why I wanted to make sure I fit. Ronin on this list is I just want to continue to put out into the universe. This idea that I did see floating around social media after a recent Hollywood reporter with Ronin and Greta Gerwig where they talk about future collaborations with each other. And there's a great question by the interviewer posed to Gerwig about working with Ronan and differences in working with her now versus lady bird and I thought Gerg's answer was really instructive. She says it's the benefit of working with someone you've worked with before. I felt like in some ways I had conceived lady bird before I knew she was playing it and I'd written drafts of little women before I knew she was playing it but I don't know any other way to say it. Except she was an author of Lady Bird but even more so she was an author of little women. I felt like she knew exactly what we were making the whole time as a filmmaker as much as an actor she really became a second director for me. It was like an extension of every thought. I had she'd walk out in another step. I think honestly the closest I've had to it is writing. With Noah Noah Baumbach who is her partner. But that's fitting of. Gerwig I think in her personality that she so generous in giving Ronin all that credit as an artistic collaborator but I think it speaks to the intelligence and again that voracious nece that comes through in her character's it's probably embedded within ronin herself. That made her such a good collaborator with Gerwig. And the key line from this is Gerwig saying I'm interested to see what movie we make when searches in her fifties. And I'm in my sixties. WoN'T THAT BE INTERESTING? And I'm thinking that's great but I want to see the movie that you make together when searches in her thirties when searches in her forties. I can't wait until the fifties I would be perfectly content of those to just continue to make movies together until the end of time. So Sir Sharon did just sneak onto my list ten. Hey I like your band with Jona rubies. Len Fans knew awesome.
"don draper" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Says don draper wasn't controversy if you remember that show was that the sixties yeah I mean it was a different time period but they have that is your lead character on the show I realize that it was that it took place a very specific time you know in American history in the sixties but they have that guy is your regular you know as your lead okay more controversial TV characters we want to hear from you at three one two nine eight one seven two one what about Stewie Griffin from family guy I think the whole family but still we still is another example of a character who would never have made it as a real person because family guy the cartoon there's a ton more leeway although he is just a baby some of the scenes which he is featured in cause chaos long after they've aired anyone questioning whether or not family guys intended for children need only observe stew for about five seconds for instance in one episode baby still weak brooch British we attacks the the Brian who is the dog of the of the show for allegedly not paying them back story can be seen pushing the dog down the stairs shooting him even breaking glass over his face well it's intended to be humorous and make fun of violence it didn't it didn't in fact promotes it according to most people that not only promote animal brutality but also negatively impacts children as they tend to grow up thinking that violence is okay sue is also been known to cross the line on numerous occasions including remarks about terrorism sexuality in a myriad of other issues yeah I am I but I think this is the story is one one of many characters on that show because I think family guy is loaded without controversy of characters in moments I think that's one of the things it's one of the things in the seven furlong is trying to do I mean that's what I think that's kind of the whole it's kind of the whole gist of the show is to see how far he can push it and now I'm and to see you know what he can get away with the get away with a lot to Tom and Helen Willis from the Jeffersons are next on the controversial although it raised controversy when you look at it now in the right perspective Thoman Hellen Willis left a positive impact up until the show's airing you hadn't seen many mixed race couples on TV and these two were groundbreaking most people don't know this but the Jeffersons premiered only ten years after the law which prohibited marriage between black and white people was abolished by the government the show was under scrutiny from people who felt that it was not right for such racially integrated marriages to take place in this case we can say it cause controversy for all the right reasons and help reduce racism through use of humor I remember was a big deal I remember was a big deal when it went out Tom and Helen Willis were out were on the Jeffersons I do okay three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number most controversial TV characters what we're talking about we would love to hear from you as we continue reading on seven twenty WGN deals.
I'm a Feminist But...
"I am a feminist but if I had to body swap with Megan draper in madman when her marriage with don draper was really good or Sylvia Rosen don draper's neighbor he was having an affair with behind Megan's back I would choose sneaking around and like arguing one time he kept her in a hotel room for ages the kidnapping we're kind of them she was agreed to it because it was like a hot game oh right right yeah it was like a little bit like a sort of power play thing right he said wait for me all day until I choose to come back and he took a book took her book yeah was it the show it was no it was just like I was some kind of novel of the year that she was reading a carnival it was but it was Erica Young's fear of flying or something like this isn't tournament all what's the episode if you take my book read angry reading what's Nice is that we will never argue fictitious misogynous don draper yeah because you won't find him hall anyway sounds I never watched madman I think you'll mortar brought to sterling women is this a good thing because I don't know what she's talking about I am I watch someone's shaking the headlight now he's he's owned Celta but he's he's swallowed how old are we talking here fifty sixty Jeez he says things like when God closes the door opens address terrible they're all terrible I'm saying Morales spot not approve of it those things opens dress where's the handle like Zip Zip Rose Nine hundred and sixty zip zip sounds Jones address is already open we take it off the back Sixty stresses a name they zip zips Jones dress I would see open at the talk yes he's doing yeah I wanNA make it in here it's not their roger he would love you if you said that if he said I'm going to open your address and you said Russia Open Matters Oh my God in Russia would keep you in a hotel for a week still in my purse that's right I'm a feminist I think what you would get it I'm a feminist but if I had to choose between body swapping with Sylvia from season six months men that neighbor who he was cheating with or exam his kids schoolteacher from an earlier season I would choose the schoolteacher because I think she was younger and hotter theme developing with choose here yeah I mean I'm just sex and stuff but I just thought shoes really kind of she and I dunno domino both gorgeous we coastline this I don't know these people is very much in my head nobody cares yeah I'm a feminist but when my mom had firemen come rounds of smoke alarm when I heard they were in the house put some makeup on put some makeup on fireman yes I did I did the smoke I was going to get here that they fit the arm and left they didn't they didn't like stay you could have set Faucet House I'm a feminist but in order to the segment I spent a large part of the afternoon on a page of Glamour Dot Com called ranking all of the Women Don Draper hooked up with Matt the rank them they rank and they've already ranked thirteen of them though in this way more than that so I find it disappointing article and I'm going to have to run own way more than thirteen they did like nine seasons thirteen a season obstinately hooking up I think they've just picked their top thirteen which I think is lazy
How to Be a Millennial Whisperer
"To how to become a millennial whisper. What makes millennials so misunderstood in workplace. Today you're going to learn what they're looking for from leaders and what makes them different from the rest of the workforce and walk away with tactics tactics that you can begin implementing today to boost productivity and decreased turnover our next host was one of the first marketers to work with startups like facebook and he's built his career courier surrounded by millennials will becoming one of the most sought out leaders in the digital marketing space. He's a partner at the advertising agency twenty two squared where he successfully attracts motivates debates and whispers to millennials every day. Please welcome chris. Welcome everyone. I'm super excited to share all about my book. The millennial whisper are which has it published about eight weeks ago. Maybe a little bit more. We've sold about thirty five thousand copies and i feel like it's just now starting to really take off and you know one of the main drivers behind the book itself was what i call my passion disorder and it was about four years ago. Oh that was sitting next to my brother and i was passionately talking about something and he turns to me and he goes chris. Has anyone ever told you you have a passion disorder order and i turned back door <unk>. Is that a good thing or a bad thing. He said it's a good thing you gotta embrace that and as you look at kind of all of our passions evolve with life and why i wrote this book is around my newfound passion which hit me about two and a half years ago which is idea eddie of how do we bring more empathy and connection into our worlds and why not start with organizations in which we end up spending nine hours a day day the other thing that i encourage to anyone that i work with as i say life needs to be a ruthless pursuit of passions and i think one of the things that you'll find with my book. The millennial whisper is it really is around. How can we as leaders better bring this next generation along but also allow them to tap into their passions now the book itself <hes> it's been great because we are bestseller and we'll be in every single airport in june and it's just now starting to take off. It's been translated into spanish and portuguese and other languages but you know the main thing around and the book itself of what i wanna make sure comes through is i want to change the workplace with this book and the one of the key metrics that i changed within myself which i'm very upfront with all my people about is growing up in that agency i played all the different roles and i was about three years ago kind of the don draper flying all over the globe wining and dining and and on the outside i looked great but on the inside i was struggling because i had lost sight of what where my roots were and <hes> so you know my book actually starts with how i change one key metric for myself and that was my metric of success and and i went from changing that metric my success metric used to be beating my brothers the game of life and it evolved to very much much evolve to how can i have the most impact on others in a day and to judge on a daily basis versus a quarterly or yearly basis and so that's how i started the book and if you actually break it down there eight key chapters that really walk through the elements of <hes> <hes>. How can we be better leaders for this next generation and you can see on the cover here all of the negatives that i feel like that they've been served left. It's been a massive disservice to this generation and you know if you actually go into google you can see that auto populated you put an millennials are and you quickly see all of these negatives and it was funny so when i first started talking about this idea of the book it was an executive retreat in north georgia with the average about fifty five years old. You're sitting around the fire air and i introduced myself. I said you know i don't know what i'd do. I used to be kind of head of business development. I was the social media guy and now i'm more of the servant leader you're with a group of thirty millennials beneath me that i'm leading and coaching and i've kind of turned into the millennial whisper and i went on and shared shared my story and sat down at the fire and tommy breedlove who is leading. This whole trip turned to me egos. You'd better write that book like what book he goes. The millennia whisper and i said all right well i'm very a._d._d. I don't know how to write a book. Here's like let me let me help you with a few resources sources etc and that was about eighteen months ago and one of the big things that i started talking about around the fire. Was that that same group said so. What are some of the things you do like. How do you manage this next generation. I started talking about some of the tactics that i do and they go. Oh you do what and a lot of those ideas are in my book and the way that i wrote the book is that you know we talk about. It's all based with data but we then talk about stories from small business all the way to large business and everything in between and then we have tactical takeaways and one of the big things isn't i start are off. Many pieces of this book is that google is one of the best resources to look at all of the negative things that are being said about millennials and yeah it is millennials are entitled needy. Killing cats is one of the ones that comes up and these are the most search for items that are coming up automatically on twitter and if you just go to gifting you look at the gifts. I think this is a good example of how this generation is perceived and one thing that i talk a lot of people about is we've got to stop using millennials a synonym inexperience and instead start adapting our ways to actually not not only accommodate this generation but to bring or corporations and companies along to be better corporations and companies and one of my favorite quotes from a friend avenue point and he said millennials aren't the problem they just expose the problem and so a lot of these aspects of the book is <music>. Some people will come to me and say. I think that this is just a book about leadership. Let's say as it is in essence percents in its core it is about leadership and it's about a generation that seventy one million strong that is a huge generation. We're talking about right now. In the marketplace thirty seven year olds all the way down to twenty three year olds that is a vast population of of people and if you think about some of the contributing factors into what makes these this generation different than ones before there's no better at our place to look then their college career. If you look at the millennials they had beepers. I remember i mean i'm right on the cost so i'm thirty eight right and so if you look at my college i didn't even have facebook until the day the year after i graduated from college allege hide a beeper if that at my senior year of college you juxtapose that to the younger millennials that were given basically an iphone with snapchat snapchat on it at age thirteen. That's a huge difference in the generations. One thing i said out in the book is that as we look at this generation we've got breaking get into two different generations one older millennials which i call the oregon trail millennials because you know what i'm talking about you have actually played played oregon trail at some point in your upbringing and that the younger millennials i call them snapchat millennials because they're given up phone with <hes> at thirteen and they have conversed mostly within their social circles via snapchat so one that thing variable that makes them very different is technology acknowledging the other one is when the recession either them or their parents so the older millennials were actually in the workplace by the time the recession hit so they were forced to learn new ways to adapt and be entrepreneurial the younger millennials saw their parents lose their jobs so what that's actually he created is a generation that is looking more for security and more for a place to hang their hat and an increased emphasis emphasis on purpose which will talk a little bit more about so one thing is break them into to the other thing to consider is that regardless of what generation russian urine regardless of your an extra boomer a millennial or agenda z. We can attest to this idea of what i call the pinterest station dacian of generation and not always generation. It's affecting all of us and there's no better place to turn than the first day of school every year and on the first day of school goal you look at your feeds and it's pictures like this right abigail first day of kindergarten the teacher's name these perfectsmiles cure the the hairs absolutely perfect and it's exhausting. It's absolutely exhausting and not only that but i also use the example on my daughter's fourth birthday. This is a few years ago. It was the night before ten thirty we we got the kids down wrapped presents and my wife if gave me her phone with append pinterest picture of this saran wrap contraption that wrapped around their door the war with over one hundred balloons as she opened the door. It would all come in and i say now three balloons. This is exhausting testing. We can keep leaving living our lives this way and one thing that i encourage all of my employees that work with me is you gotta stop comparing your insides other people's outsides because this is the case and stop putting yourself under such ridiculous pressure and we'll talk a little bit more about what that means but a lot of my book is really about how do you keep millennials fired up and if you look at what they're looking for from their organizations it's not ah different than previous generations in terms of the first thing they're looking for. They're looking for money and benefits so make sure that you don't lose sight of that the other thing that they're looking for for as a positive work culture flexibility and opportunities for continuous learning this is according to the deloitte millennials survey last year and so you look at things like positive work our culture. The last thing we need to be doing is going and buying a bunch of ping pong tables in kegs because our culture sucks instead. We should work work on the core of that culture and that's why in the back of my book i say throw away the kegs of ping pong tables and the participation trophies in the trash because culture really starts with good leadership so one other thing that i talk about is that i had turned me and say chris. I've got a fulltime. Barista got got a cereal bar but my people still aren't happy and i said yeah because the problems exist at the core and if you look at culture you look at what makes that the wait is. It's really a byproduct of great leadership. Great cultures are byproduct of great leadership and you look at what this generation is looking for within their leaders. It's inspirational operational leadership autonomy transparency and constant feedback so the first one is a really interesting one right inspirational leadership. A lot of leaders think they're inspirational on. If you ask bob who leads let's say thirty millennials a bob. Are you inspirational bottles at yeah they light up and anytime i talked to them you know i'm super br inspirational then you ask to people on bob's team. Hey is bob inspirational. Their first question is bob gonna find out as bob's not gonna find out okay no he's not inspirational ease the opposite of inspirational and that's also i have created the millennial leadership assessment which actually actually assesses from a three hundred sixty view some of these key leadership qualities that this next generation is looking for another one that i think think is important to talk about his autonomy transparency and i talked about autonomy within structure which basically means this generation a a lot of us. I know i can attest to this hate. Being micromanage and so- autonomy is really important piece but also this need for transparency and i think people people automatically think that transparency just means that they either need to cry in front of their people or they have to show all of their financial results and what transparency he really is reflected of is this need for connection and one of the contentious things i say in the book is that everyone should follow their people on social media so when it comes monday you can actually ashley connect with people hey meg. That concert looked epoch like well.
'Game of Thrones,' 'Veep,' 'Big Bang,' seek final Emmy nods
"Off the headline is game of thrones Veep two shows that have dominated at the Emmys are both going away in the same year conventional wisdom has told us that well game of thrones is the front runner for the outstanding drama and the Veep the front runner for the outstanding comedy ME but people as you know spoiler alert did not like that final season the game of thrones the great being over the finality particular came right before voting actually began so the question is did that impact things and on the comedy side there also is a sense that maybe there is so much political fatigue that people may have been a little tired of the themes that V. sort of swam in even though it was a strong finale if I do say so myself but that's left both categories potentially open to spoilers but Joe what do you think is the TV academy too predictable and ultimately will fall into line with the shows that everyone's predicting will life be front runners you know Mike I will defer to you on most things any related or spot anybody else other than myself I am not in any expert however I will say I do think at least in the nominations I'll be shocked if game of thrones doesn't get a whole bunch of nominations that cast his beloved and the cast is not to be held responsible for the writers I think is going to be a disconnect between Twitter and TV critics verses academy members who mostly still think it's a great show now whether or not they wind come September is another question there yeah you know there could be a whole bunch of surprises but in terms of either show not getting a whole crap town of nominations I think it's highly unlikely that we will see plenty of game of thrones and Veep nominations now here's a prediction that you can back me up on and no matter what happens on Emmy nomination morning there will be plenty of disappointments and part of that's just because we do live in this era of peak TV but there's still only seven slots for drama and comedy and that leaves not a lot of room for new comers or for shows that haven't been nominated in the past now you and I've talked a lot about why not just expanded to ten but makes total sense right I think it's a no brainer at this point there's enough great television programming that if the Oscars can certainly stretch it out to ten nominations as a potential there's no reason you can't have that on the TV side as well where there's so many outlets making TV and so many great TV shows being produced at the same time I also feel like an egg we've talked about this over the years like you and I privately it's ridiculous that the TV academy doesn't bring back an old category which is best new show the fact is you know TV is a continuing medium and we have shows that continue to get nominated year after year and that's fine a lot of shows produce great work every year they should be nominated about I feel like one way to recognize the fact the TV's also involving medium that continues to create new things every year is to do a best in show category and maybe even some best new debut performers there are lots of different ways that the TV academy could find ways to recognize things and honor some of its best even if all these award categories on ultimately end up on TV yeah the the problem that the TV academy faces now is the fact that TV has splintered so much that two comedies look like dramas dramas look like comedies you've got talk shows some of which are are variety shows some of which focus on single topics you could like splinter a lot of these categories but they'd academy fears of category proliferation and what that means and and you don't want to for our show as a result so they run into a lot of these issues and and even when it comes to expanding categories to more nominees then suddenly they have to offer more tickets to more nominated up people and that certainly may pull back from the the amount of money that they make as well there's still a business yeah the academy of even though it's a nonprofit they still need to make your money as well in order to stay in business so a lot of issues that are hard to solve but ones that we're continuing to talk about as awards continue to be perhaps even more important to these different outlets those money problem nothing that intense around set read his things of Netflix and Jeff Bezos at Amazon could get together over weekend and pull out their wallets he would change comes loose interest and fund all those you know maybe there needs to be a secondary venue where people can can attend watches I look as I don't know but those sorts of issues seem to be secondary to the fact that TV ought to do a better job honoring its own in mall I am a long known and loud and noisy skeptic of enemies and the imports in which the town puts on them because I feel like at the work really should be validation up and the amazing paycheck as don draper walks once said that's what the money is for if you're going to be involved in the enemies and you're gonna make a big deal anyway then you might as well have those categories reflect the breath of the amazing error of television we're looking for right now well get ready now the nominations are coming out phase two of campaigning is just about to begin
When Facebook bought Oculus, did it make the VR firm less relevant?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by smart water smart water is on a mission dad fresh thinking to the world that's why they created two new ways to hydrate smart water alkaline with nine plus ph helps keep you hydrated while you're on the move and smart water antioxidant without its selenium helps you find balance fear body and mind and now you could order smart water by saying alexa order smart water yourselves will think you're so smart water that's pretty smart how much did the rise in all of opulent do with baseball from american public media this is marketplace tech demystify the digital economy hollywood back in twenty fourteen the virtual reality company occupy who's gonna revolutionize vr for gaming yucky less risk headset for gamers by gamers end of story but then facebook's by the company for about two billion billion dollars because it had a much bigger vision for virtual reality as the future of engagement people hanging out in vr like they did on the news feed having a good time and watching ads for hours in twenty nineteen that vision is still a vision and in fact they occupy is true believers never really forgave the company in march i spoke with blake harris they author of the history of the future aki lists facebook and the revolution that swept virtual reality here's part two of our conversation station what was so special lowest so significant about occupies what's this idea of being loved and it was this idea of of having such a strong connection with their user base and what their community that is a big part of the book this backlash when a oc elizabeth solta facebook's people felt reliever betrayed you talk about palmer lucky getting death threats do you think that in addition to not ever really maturing gaming on the platform that loss of the sort of fan community we know how important and that could be that that loss really did prove to be you know more significant than people realize you're absolutely right i mean you also have to remember that this was a kickstarter company this is a crowd funded company and so it almost was like watching a reality tv show 'cause every few days they put on update they had such a great relationship with their customer base and maybe you know like a reality show maybe that wasn't fully authentic behind the scenes look what you felt like you were a part of it and then after you acquisition that just stopped i think i was a little skeptical or i thought the backlash with a little bit of an overreaction but at the same time i had someone at a book signing asked me last week about occupations new headset coming out the springs documents quest and they said you know it seems like an incredibly affordable great technological headset and i said you up and they said but should i buy it 'cause i don't trust baseball game and i really have no good answer 'cause i you know i i want you to buy 'cause then it'll help big vr more popular but i totally have those concerns and and and i wouldn't blame someone for not purchasing that's because of that i assume soom then that you'd be this book the cautionary tale for other start off yeah around the time of the acquisition of accuweather's face but could also recently acquired instagram and also a month prior acquired what's app and sort of their big pitch to to occupy was look how much economy we've given these two companies end it's significant to me that i guess last year the year before that you know the founders of what's app instagram innocuous almost all of them are gone they're opening quote of of the book is that quote from mad men were peggy olsen says you never say thank you and don draper says that's what the monies for and recover founders to be aware or entrepreneurs be aware of the bargain that's being made when you sell your company that no matter what you're told you are going to lose control and and that is what the money's worth so make sure it's enough money to make you happy like harris's de author of the history of the future earlier this summer aki lists did return to the big e3 gaming convention after a two year absence to show off its new quest headset
"don draper" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"I think he has a lot left in the tank, so hopefully, we'll see more from two chains. Go this rap rapper go to the league. And see what you think is really back into thing. Thing just to bring it all full circle. Yeah. I think to change the way his career has taken him so long to get to this point. Yes, he's done and been through so much. Yes. I think the test to what you talk about when you say that in life of life happens differently for everybody for everybody. Everyone's not gonna follow the same trajectory, not everyone's going to find success at a certain time, the people expect them to I'll give it to you in in the simplest terms that I possibly can. Yes. It's hard to watch. Other people have success and wonder to yourself, whereas mine, or yeah, why am I not having the same experience that this person has to change is a great example. This isn't a guy who hit eighteen years old blew up went platinum and has been on the fucking world tour ever since this is a guy who grinded his ass off. Who did like he was very much a local rapper for like a decade, straight, Atlanta, straight up Atlanta. He finally broke through onto the scene with plays. Circle and kind of had a couple of say duffle bag boy was a big hit. That was a big hit. Also. So, but it wasn't in a point in his career where it spun him off into his own deal yet or anything anyway now at forty one to have kind of found himself and be peaking. You're exactly right, everybody peaks in valleys in experiences things at different times in it's too easy to look at someone else and then try to measure your life against there's that's just not how it works. And if he had done that to chains as an example, he probably would have given up a long time ago, and then we wouldn't have this album. There are plenty of examples. Like this by the way, Jon Hamm is the one hours like to use in Hollywood for actors because Jon Hamm got Don Draper at like forty years old. I was gonna say he was up there. He was an actor years and years and years before that and you never heard his name. You didn't know the fuck you was he was probably poor and miserable. And hated his fucking light at some point because he didn't give up and he kept honing his craft in working hard. He. Got cast, Don Draper changes whole life. And now he's one of the biggest A-List movie stars on the face of the planet. Any was forty wasn't Leonardo DiCaprio he wasn't in movies when he was a little kid. He didn't get Titanic or some big breakthrough even with Leo to you know, he didn't get as I Academy Award until he was forty. Yeah. Yeah. Until like a couple years ago or something, and he had an affair put out hits his entire careers to like getting that award is more of like a vanity thing than it is meaningful. He could've won in a couple of different times. Like off a Wall Street was ridiculously good. He's done some of that can be its own segmenting pie will keep that his career in general in pike them. That's a great point AJ. And I liked the you wrapped it up with that. There's no sense in measuring yourself against other people. Yes, you've got to get a feel for your own lane and your own vibe. And and write it that way. Yeah. So that was it rapper go to the league. And now a word from our sponsor manscaping. Have you ever gone to do little trimming or or give yourself? Haircut downstairs and the Nick your ball sack. It's the fucking worst feeling in the entire world. Like, it is up there for sure one of the worst in the whole world is nicking your ball sack while you're trying to shave in and around that area. Manscaping has the best tool for man, grooming that I have ever used or become familiar with. It's called the lawnmower to point own feature skin safe technology..
"don draper" Discussed on Gilmore Guys
"Point. Everyone loves it when I'm mean. Okay. Okay. So the woman the woman responds to have a career in a child my child is in afterthought where we're her obstacles at the Catskills. There was a twenty four hour nanny there. The kids were not one family seen after they almost forgot the baby in the car. It's weird. It's so all this is like this is stuff. We've talked about Alice this to to this getting we'll say you where did where were these questions in season one the kids are in season. She's just getting in the mix. Now, I think. It's like the kids were an afterthought for you for a whole season. Yeah. And so then Brosnahan AMI when original bras and from the Marlins, MRs Mazel, I've heard of her so this like this spirals into this whole like back and forth conversation, and the kind of overeating Imos like this is a sexist conversation. There's been a lot of anti heroes in like kind of like a flawed people in protagonists on TV where their parent their parenthood is not one of their like big vices. And the fact that you call out midge for that being like a shortcoming of hers is sexist. It's like a different sort of expectation. So one woman wrote, I agree, and I get you know, the, I get the show's style, blah, blah, blah what they're trying to convey. But it doesn't change the fact that it's a viewer. We can't sit we can't sit to say to the TV lover. But she's a terrible, mom and Brosnahan respond. Absolutely. I'm not even sure I would go as far as terrible how she's certainly not winning. Parent of the year. But it doesn't change the fact that this was not one of the primary criticisms of Don Draper or Walter white who were similarly single-mindedly ambitious. I mean, that's that's valid. She clapped back. I. That's what the headlines were that made. This a moment on Twitter like Brosnahan, clap spec it, blah, blah, blah. And then she goes back and forth in like, she's she's not quite as acidic as Boersting shine, a little more people are like, yeah. You know, she goes on to say she's spending time with your children off camera. But her life is their mother is not her primary focus and talking about breaking bad. She said that was a drama, and this is comedy midges an evil, but sometimes she's blinded Byron privilege and can be self involved when it comes to pursuit to pursuing her new dream on for more tweets. A very interesting conversation that tied into a lot of what we've talked about on the show and also the content of this episode particular about the cost of being great. Yeah. I don't think it's a I think they're sexist elements to the criticism. Well, her having kids is like a big plot point in like, it's a. Big reason, why her getting a divorce is a problem. Like if she didn't have the kids, then what's the problem? What's what's what's the problem with him leaving and also uh to the sexism of it? Go cou I'm a big drain Mosey fan Goku. On this show. Yeah. Goku is the worst father one of the worst fathers of ALTHEA? He literally dies in front of his own son several times and just let's leave him to fight. That's a bad debt of bad move. It's a bad dad move to to like prop yourself up as the strongest in the universe, and then just die of heart disease. Once the nerve the nerve. And to just let some alien who who have all accepted, his black Piccolo. Just father your own child. And that doesn't come up until it. It hasn't been a problem for people until like very recent. Yeah. So I wish I knew more about that. Because now I don't have that as a context for my argument, which is that bringing the discussion of whether or not it's a sex sexist conversation is not a quivalent to bring a gun to a knife fight. It's like bring a flashlight to dark room..
"don draper" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"So she might have just just completely just the been falling for Don. Draper. Okay. All right. Let's see what the votes are first vote. Don, Draper, does not count. Nobod-? Don dre does not count the five one. It's going to be one of the greats. Tony soprano. Tony Tony soprano tribe has spoken. I this is like the Tony philologist came back to black the podcast is already over. All right. So we saw the alliance of four they voting for Tony soprano, a waste of the idol here for star Garin, not great play as Spock and Tony soprano vote for Don Draper. And ultimately, Tony soprano becomes our first person voted out. I guess not a huge surprise Keefe. I mean, he was go is gonna have always going to be like, a prestige TV thing between Don Draper, and Tony soprano. Yeah. There could only be one of them. But I'm surprised that Tony was on the losing end this early. Okay. All right. Don't stop believing for Tony soprano for Tony to come over to my tribe, considering that he has the same amount of hair as my guys could fit in over here. All right. So. Tony soprano is off to the bottom being after being voted on it. I Don Rosa season is the bottoming. Okay. Let's go to episode number two. All right. We're having so much fun already. Here. We go episode. Number two. You see the five people that are left. Let's check in with the alliances here that alliance at voted out. Tony soprano still very strong done heiress. Plus, nope. In pope, they got that really strong alliance of four in the rob tribe. And then we have the alliances in the Akiva tribe..
"don draper" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"Ties my quest to look like Don Draper always when you know, obviously. But you know, I don't wear them to say something about myself, but they do tend to do that. People react to them. So I'm wondering, should I wear a skinny time. Like I'm firms to do this job interview or shy, maybe. It's a little Saturday just so I'm not getting a reaction from the people that are supposed to be judging my qualities in that my fashion tourist. Thanks for the good work. Dylan. I don't know what you look like. But if you go into a meeting looking like Don Draper, no one's going to question your skinny tie. But if you go into a meeting looking like John candy with a skinny tie, then yeah, you're going to have some problems. I know you. You don't want to draw attention to yourself, but you you said that you wanna look like Don Draper. You are drawing attention to yourself? I would say dress to what looks good. If you look fucking bad ass and you're wearing a nice slick suit and a skinny tie than God bless you. That's who you are, show them who you are. But if you're just like wearing a skinny tie, but not matching the whole outfit, get the hell out of there. Just, you know, you gotta dress for the job that you want, and the job that you want is the one that will hire you and you don't want them to go give it. He dressed weird. Yeah, you gotta make sure they don't think that you dress wherever they think you dress really good. That's not a problem ever if Don Draper walked in right now, I'd be like like I looks great. So use your own judgment on that one. That's all I can tell you. All right, that is it for the explanation, hope line. If you did not hear your voicemail this week, give us a call next week. It's. One nine p. u. l. s. k. six one nine.
"don draper" Discussed on The Watch
"That's why they don't make these anymore. But right now it's like ninety nine cents on apple. So you if you like, just like what the hell take a shot at it. It's only a really cheap rental and it is at its best really fucking good because it's like what if done dri per was a hostage negotiator? Great. Why didn't they just call it that? And Don Draper cheater probably gets a more of a box office and it's got so many jewelry 'isms it's just I. It's essentially just like, I think they bring up this line a couple of times. It's just like lead the downside of that ring in your ears. You know it just like everything is like, you're shitting me up and down. It's everything is like it got like this little bit of spice to it, and it's actually really, really entertaining movie. By the way, the free fall into the drink delight what you should do in your swimming pool after a long day, like a cautionary tale for now. Hala whatsoever. I realized that Culver city is lovely. This time of year there is a robust win. That's probably affecting the audio fidelity here. And I, I just wanna make you question for get that interview. So last week, Chris, you correctly gave everyone homework. We should all watch the Romanoff messy, wanders new sort of intelligence series for Amazon the I two of which are available now, and I think one episode will be available for the next subsequent. I don't know, however, many weeks I didn't do it, and I did not do my homework for situation circumstances outside of my control. But I wonder about a lack of urgency considering a new TV show from the creator one of the all-time great TV shows and with a cast of dozens of people that I really like an admire, and I just hadn't really thought about it this. This is very self serving. They didn't do my homework, but I also didn't feel any urgency about it. And I realize, you know, this may be, we may look back on this moment as like the apotheosis of this tour era where basically you could do anything. But it lacks the thing that other people wanted from him, right, which is is ability to weave narrative over multiple episodes, which in effect, not just creates serious drama, but still even in the streaming era, creeds and urgency to watch it. Yes. Do you wanna talk to people about it? It sort of dripping eight movies that are loosely connected to each other? I didn't feel I didn't feel fired up about it. I don't know if you felt that way of other. Our listeners felt that way, or if I'm really just covering my ass year, but Blewett Alison Herman's actually going to be writing a story about this tomorrow, and so I'm really interested to see what she says about it. Maybe we'll have her on later in the week to chat a little bit about this. I think we're at a certain point where we need technology to meet us halfway and here's what I'm saying that and I don't wanna throw away a billion dollar idea here. So consider this. I don't know. This is an official trademarking of this idea. I'm sure somebody else's thought of this. I think we were at the point now where we need bookmarks for television shows like we essentially need some sort of product or some sort of way to say like, okay, like I have express. I interest in these ten shows of the hundred fifty that have come out this month or these last two months. Now I need to like basically have a process by which I actually watched them because I get so ver wellm by the wave after wave after wave every week. And I was even just looking at the next couple of the next couple of weeks and it's like the bodyguard, which is a hugely popular show in England is coming out in next week, narcos and little drummer girl or coming out November. You've got the Romanoff's now. I mean, it's just so much plus all the award season movies and playoff baseball, middle of NFL season NBA season starting up. So this is high season for anybody who likes watching anything..
Claire Foy Says She Was Never Actually Given That Back Pay She Was Reportedly Promised for 'The Crown'
"It's recess, and I did end up seeing mission, impossible fall out this weekend and I can confidently tell you that I did not understand a single thing that happened except that Henry Cavill grew a mustache to try to trick us into forgetting that he was superman, but I'll never forget and they'll never forgive speaking of hiding behind your facial hair. It's time for the news or as I like to call it your recess from the real news. Here we go. A new cooking show is coming to net flix called the curious creations of Cristine McConnell. It was inspired by the Instagram of McConnell who makes weird creepy pastries, and then post pictures of them. We are in the middle of a trend where apps turn into cooking shows nailed it was inspired by Pinterest. This new show was inspired by Instagram, and I think now it's time for a baking show inspired by Tinder where two opposing teams bake an extravagant cake and then take pictures of the cake on a hike. So people know that the cake is outdoorsy and adventurous and then take a picture of the cake with a dog so that the cake seems playful and nurturing, and then add a picture of the cake at a bar so that at some level you're warned that this cake is not looking for a serious relationship that cake is sending a pretty strong message with that bar picture. Don't let the dog picture fool you. It is a trap tenure barris, the creator of blackish and right. Her of girls trip is leaving ABC studios to accept a potential nine figure deal with net flicks. This is just the latest installment in net flicks poaching creator from another network. It just happened earlier this year with shonda rhimes on a separate note. I had to count what nine figures meant on my fingers. And then once I did, I had to Google how much money there is in the world because I was worried that Netflix had maybe used it all buying shows that haven't been written yet Claire Foy who played the Queen in the Netflix series. The Queen was promised backpay after the news broke that she was paid less than her male co star this despite the fact that she was playing the actual Queen from the title now clear for says she has not gotten paid yet, which is very good evidence for my theory that Netflix has used all of the money. This could cause wides. Spread chaos, but don't panic. Money is over. So let's just decide on a new currency right now, my vote is for gently used hair ties or half empty tubes of chat stick either way. I am a millionaire now, the Chilean adventures of Sabrina are coming this fall. It's the reboot of Sabrina. The teenage, witch starring Kieran Shipka who was so ice cold sassy as Sally and madman that I was almost like, whoa, Sally take it easy on your dad, Don Draper. Yes. He brings suffering to literally everyone around him, but you're mean, girl, I roll is going to make him wish he'd never conned his way out of that horror house and even better news. The series will drop on Netflix right before Halloween. Is it just me or do you also suddenly yearn for the holidays? Right smack dab in the middle of summer. Do you feel it too? What are you doing right now? Should we throw on some costumes rosta Turkey and watch? It's a wonderful life. Oh, yeah. And just. One more quick thing over the weekend, Nick Jonas, former Disney star and member of the Jonas brothers, a pop group that was basically Hanson except that they all had Brown hair and didn't want anyone having sex before marriage got engaged to good, Joe pra actress, former Miss World. One of the biggest celebrities in India and friend of Meghan Markle's who wore the sickest purple hat to her wedding. These two got engaged after dating for two months. So I just wanted to give you a heads up that the rapid celebrity engagement is here to stay and I couldn't be more thrilled getting to know each other is for normal people when it comes to my famous is I want couples and I want them immediately. Do you hear me celebrities? You'll get a fiancee, you get a fiance, and just when it seems like you should be going on your third date, boom, you get a fiancee, here's how I want my celebrity relationships to go. Oh, hey, I just met you and this is crazy, but here's my number. So let's get married. It's a perfectly legitimate plan. What it lacks enforce. I'd it makes up for in. Ooh, they did what take care guys. I'm Olympia heroin, and I will catch you next time until then recess adjourned. The podcast you just heard was published with anchor, got something you want to say to the creator of this show, send them a voice message using the anchor app free for an Android.
"don draper" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"And pick five things on six pages it was five things i'm curious who were like some of her celebrity lookalikes that she was looking for jake jalen hall of course the guy who plays jake on scandal jake's jake what's the i don draper his name jon hamm there we go yeah okay maybe it's just jamie's yeah where did you like set out to find this jon hamm lookalike so we had this really incredible database basically every matchmaking company has a database of hot successful single people in their city and so i went through when i basically look for people who had hedge funds and access to private helicopters and spoke multiple languages and we're about six feet tall and made you know x amount of money and then you found them and you're like cool so i'm gonna go out with them that was like you say single looking did you ever get hit on by clients or yeah yeah i mean this is gross but my boss would say you know like just be yourself on dating apps because men in their forty s are going to hit on you twenty one years old so yeah all the time and i would have to hit on men all day long and then they would be like oh hey and i'd be like like not for me it's for my client and sort of pull a bait and switch on them but the reason that the novel has a love triangle and sasha winds up falling for a guy she sets up with one of her clients which is completely off limits in the world of the book and she's afraid schmidt fired and the way that story came about is everybody would ask me like what if you fall for somebody that you're working for and i didn't but i kept wondering what would really happen and that's how the book came about that's fun yeah so you're also that's like the dream you're like this database which every girl would dream yeah you're also the editor or the dating editor.
"don draper" Discussed on Overdue
"Okay so she don draper like kind of she's not married okay all right she goes out like as keys lia she goes out to parties with this guy named wit who is gay and like closeted about it but they both kinda serve a purpose for each having yeah he is and she's not he was supposed to know these gay and the way the book handles the fact that he is gays one of the more nineteen seventy seven things about really yeah because he gets he gets called fag a lot by a lot of different characters and it's very it's it's very there's a there's a point where one character who is in you know in steals kind of defense supposed to be like an older fuddyduddy or not even not even a jerk just like out of time like he's okay qisas like fathered figure like the executor of the estate of her parents and he's an older guy and he's like you know some of this went on when i was a kid but it was never taken so seriously and yeah it was like why do people decide to do this kind of thing i it's not a not a super like progressive viewpoint but nobody in the book is very sympathetic about it he's he's kind of meant to be a little laughable i think like a little not he's not the butt of jokes but it is like the he he does get treated badly by some characters just in the way they think about him and comment on him that is very like product of its timea.
"don draper" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"To jon hamm now i know who he is and i've properly swooned as a madman don draper fan but now i'm talking to him and it's old hat pun intended i should be old but it's old right i've talking to him and and you know he and i and you know he looked scraggly like the rest of us do it sunday it's what he looks greg lee in a different way the rest of us to let's listen handsome don't don't get me wrong tell me twice yeah but over his shoulder i mean on a completely different level yes jon hamm maybe people could a named him sexiest man alive but then a over your awoke sin oh yeah yeah and then after that then after that i mean like a light a halo around him a guy shows up with this chisel jaw sure he's five foot eight or whatever he is but he's got on a black turtleneck and over the black turtleneck a black peacoat and he walks into the room and jon hamm could have been nixon tour for all our air i salute wounds for tom cruise what a man and then he came up and then he does that thing where you realize the way he has a lot of weird things attached to him from outsiders count myself now as a dear friend to talk about what he's thirty seconds but he did that thing where i can see why a lot of personality traits have been assigned in but really he's just super intense nice guy i he's like hey i'm dave nice to meet you hi dave i'm tom nice to meet you his excise with you shake.
"don draper" Discussed on TV Avalanche
"Funny you mentioned roger because one of my backup choices was don draper o'really yeah because i think like he is definitely not champion schmoozer that roger is but i feel like he's a tougher negotiator he would be more effective at playing mind games and digging his opponents and you know just sort of making them question their own strategies when there in the room with him and i think he could get stuff done well also doing fairly successfully at a dinner with them you know his confirmation hearing would also be tricky though you know there's the whole dick whitman thing right and you'd also run into the problem that madman ran into whenever don went to california which is you might say send on to paris for a international e u summit and he might just never show up at any of the beatings at gallivant around france with the woman he met at a coffee shop entirely possible entirely would which again would make for a very fun scandal where is secretary draper i would enjoy that fee now i wanna put him up ahead of rachel from suits just for that reason that some of by picks are very much just that they would be hilarious so all right so next up secretary of the treasury we got well i feel like this is recently bias because aids debut this week be we've already talked about on the show but bobby axelrod for billions should be the secretary of the treasury because if he is responsible for protecting the whole us economy you know he is going to go to all these extremes cut every corner break.
"don draper" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"He wants to give you mean morality lessons d people do status rape what's lizzy moss been up to do do you feel playing a character like don draper cost you anything emotionally i is isn't corrosive to play a terrible person you know yes and no i think it is it is hard to be in that had space 247 but i'm i'm not the kind of percent take stuff home with them you know i a part of it was just taking off taking off the suit taken all that down on my hair uh felt know sort of redemptive in some way or cleansing in some way and then you go home you know when you and you've been you live your life but it's it's it's heart navigating what what the show became at navigating the the success and all that stuff is is the trickiest part of it the work is great but work is what you wanna do it's navigating the rest of it especially in you know now i don't know i mean maybe it wasn't as hard before there was tmz and social media and all this other garbage but like it's it's it's that's the challenge you madman was just such a career defining role i wonder if your whole acted in life post madman is sort of a reaction against madman no i think not necessarily the funding for an actress to be able to do different stuff and so it wasn't necessarily that i wanted to react against and play the opposite but i definitely want to just do different things and so when for example tina fey decides okay you wanna be on 30 rocking that's different.
"don draper" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
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"don draper" Discussed on The Narrative
"Way is simply hard work enderle group this is the narrative i'm harry to boop boop boop boop boop 2016 clemson national championship cover story isn't the only one chen's had spiked you can find a wealth of stories and potentially put together for many many great magazine issues that are full of spike stories they were spiked for a reason but yeah absolutely i mean i have plenty of stories that never saw the light of day sports illustrated has been running since 1954 and in that time the deadlines have become short the new cycle is quickened and the methods of distribution of shifted online but ultimately what we provide is the same thing well thoughtout indepth sports storytelling and that kind of storytelling takes time what's going to bear struck about a curveball yep god that finally got his man it starts with the pitch like a curveball with the perfect late break a story pitch is only a successful as it's deliver you have to convince the room the ones pangyou that it's a good idea that pitch process rilya's beneficial for everybody because it really kind of crystalizes why this should be a two thousand word story or this should require some resources for travel but the pitch process for for me is really looking for one small now get into a story that is a lens into a subject that people may be or do you think that they know our ice subject bad people think that they are already familiar with so yeah i mean at that in a day you are kind of like don draper in a pitch room feeling very passionate about this thing that in those first few sends really kind of selling what you wanna do the picture patriots.
"don draper" Discussed on TV Avalanche
"Oh god with duffy has to be bryanne yet he would lover admitted are you raised eyebrow off between wayne and torment yet that could be a whole episode tournaments at the best eyebrows on tv right now it's it's not even that close he's tremendous our next what is always study in philadelphia what would with duffy be doing with the gang all i've got is that the the gang comes up with some sort of scheme and in the process of the scheme they run afoul of wind up he without realising it and then he walks into the bar and just ruins everything for them like some something they've done through some sort of moneymaking scheme infringes on the dixie mafia and then he walks in it and it just has to start explaining to the way it it yet that's basically what i was thinking like maybe even he opened up a bar next door i may try to go to war with him not realizing like how dangerous he actually is but something along those lines were like they think they can get over on him and they can't and yet at the same time there also awful that he just picks up stakes it leaves because he has one of the with them yet that sounds about right why we got mad men next oh i have so many different ideas for madmen one is at some point don draper would have to punch when duffy in the face that's just that's the thing that would have to happen he would have to be down on the ground and dawn taunting him in much the same way that rail and wants dropped a bullet on him i don't even know the i don't even need to know the contacts because when duffy would do something to anger don draper but i can also see him as some sort of client of the ad agency who again eight is sketchy business because he represents the dixie mafia and maybe he's trying to get like playgie to write a campaign for one of the dixie mafias front businesses and she cannot stand him because he is when duffy.
"don draper" Discussed on TV Avalanche
"Um sopranos reading room so it's not you'll he didn't come into this like some sort of freshfaced baby who turned eighteen yearold on a tear but you can definitely start to see where some of the moves come from you've got it it's another not unlikable narrator 'cause i think a lot of people like don draper but it's a you've got a protagonist whose very conflicted does a lot of bad things it is very cool in good at his job in and for a while that was every almost every show add that kinda character yeah getting beginning rechose ark for second i think one of the things that differentiates itself from the shows which inspires is the jason bateman characters obviously very smart and good at laundering money even in sort of these circumstances but she she's just so unlikeable he's just really annoying in a way that end and obviously shows like mad minutes sopranos and breaking bed in the shield play with your sympathies and have you rooting for characters which items could almost generously be described sociopaths but like don draper wasn't just a great ed you've just charismatic and cool at you wanted to spend time with him despite the fact that he was doing all of these terrible things to his wife to peggy to keep everybody else get odd p at a partner looks so much younger in the pilot jim up in the show they kind kinda bald at him up a little bit in yeah he'llhe'll let them trim back as hairline which hit pretty amazing but he looked like a baby in the show and some of the other characters you'll john ham looks almost the same age today as he looked when that was filmed which is i mean jot john hands at the instead of genes but.
"don draper" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"But but again but i feel greater than the being dead pa right i feel glad i'm delighted it's yet so many years i think the lives she had a good life oh my god well yeah should a good life and she died with dignity which i am always grateful for she had such that don draper denial things so profound that she missed out on a ton i would say that lami for instance i shed some of your grandmother stuff to you know my father never missed a baseball game or or football you might my sons played in my mother never went to one i don't uh i again it's always you know explaining this is sort of like uh wine explaining delicious poison as we try to explain to people that uh you know my parents are indifferent about jimmy kimmel hosting the oscars you know or incredulous about it then it was like why wine it's like well that's that's how you know it's the wire when you have to ask why it's that's the wiring is flocked up right it it is it is was our when the kids get over it and the kids go out and play and the kids achieve and our don't achiever have whatever experiences they have on the grid iron this is for them for the for the parents or grandparents in this in this case why not enjoy that right as grandparents me feels like view will you asked achieve lived a good life where you missed out a bunch of ship because all it denial and stuff and whatever that was what what was the denial of the kids football game why was that was that fall under the on denial the fell like he was in the same zone like we just won't discuss why i'm not there whatever it is i have no idea just not open for discussion with for dinner well the the thing that's you know i i was this the steel trap man i was up.