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Fresh update on "glen" discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Now, the BLM protests in the aftermath of George Floyd being murdered. I think that was the last time we really rallied. And of course, the million women march the after Trump was elected. That was enormous. And I think that had an impact. So, you know, if we, at some point, we may need to march on the Department of Justice. At some point that may be coming. A peaceful march, but a march. Glenn before I let you go, just one last question before I bring in the great John feeble saying. But now the state legislatures could just like you said they could even though a Democrat wins, they can just grow out and say, no. Well, they can, but those laws are all being challenged. Marc Elias and his crew, they are these challenging all of these voter suppression laws. And he's going to make some pretty good headway. Some of them will be struck down. All right, Glen ahead and plug. And by the way, I'm coming in November. I was gonna actually flew to New York in October, but the Congress decided to take that week off. So I'm gonna come in November. So we definitely got a hook up and grab a beer. Good. Let me know. Yeah, so people can find me. Yeah, people can find my YouTube channel justice matters, posting a new video every day. I'm in my little studio here working on today's video. And you can also go over to Patreon, which is where team justice gathers. We have an annual event, which is on me. People come to D.C.. We set up in a really beautiful restaurant, Charlie Palmer overlooking the U.S. capitol or as I call it the crime scene. And we've got food. We've got drinks. We've got guest speakers. It's a great time, and we're putting together our next annual event. So if you want to be part of that, come on over to Patreon dot com, join team justice and that's where you can get a lot of the behind the scenes stuff. Well, sorry, Glen, I'll tell you, thank you so much for coming on. It's always a pleasure to have you on. Please comment on the show. My pleasure, John. I'll see you again soon. All right, I'll see you again. All right, the great Glenn kirsner, 30 year prosecutor and MSNBC legal analyst. And now without further ado, let me bring on the comedian and radio host. And friend, how about that? And good buddy of mine, John fugal thing. How are you? I love their John. I'm trying out a new mic. So let me know if I sound okay. You're trying out a new mic and also a new hairdo. What's going on John? Oh, you like my pandemic mullet? Yeah, I'm very sorry about this. It's been a long cold lonely winter. I don't know what to tell you, man. It's just I still have my COVID hair. I look like John Wick during a Moroccan oil shortage. I know it's bad. I look like the really douchey TA and slithering house. It's just it's very unfortunate. I mean, I look like Beethoven had sex with Loki. Do you understand what I'm saying, John? I know it doesn't look good, all right? Like I know, with the glasses, I look like Nick Cave and Fran leibowitz have become the same person. It's really I mean, I look like the guy from that band in the 90s who played keyboard that you liked, but it's 30 years later, and he has the same hair and it's tragic. That's this. I look like a goth country singer, John. Do you understand what I'm saying? I know it doesn't look good. I tried to donate this to locks of love..
Terry McAuliffe Desperate to Win, Resorts to Criticizing President Trump
"Go ahead Hey now after what we've seen in Texas with the Trump Supreme Court if Glenn young is elected governor abortions will cease here in the Commonwealth of Trump's Supreme Court Is a nightclub He's such a sleazeball All the Supreme Court said was it didn't rule on the substance of the case it said he came here too soon You've got to go through the process There's a lot of very very important cases Involving all aspects of this society If you don't go through the process they all just show up at the door the Supreme Court will the Supreme Court doesn't operate that way It's never operated that way So here you have a low IQ sleazeball You're not at Glen junk and selected here and you got the Trump Supreme Court You're not the Trump Supreme Court's gonna do Meanwhile they talk about the Trump Supreme Court They didn't take up a single election case There's your Trump Supreme Court
Fresh update on "glen" discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"He not, John? We know it, and we ain't geniuses. No offense, buddy. We ain't geniuses. And we know it. I mean, I'm a gunner kid from Jersey. From where? Long Island. Well, there you go. Jersey and Long Island. I don't know who's like farther down in the gutter. You are me. But we know it. But that means that he definitely knows it. So, you know, does he understand the ramifications? If he does not do anything that it will cause to our democracy, our democracy is hanging in the balance now Glen I think you know this as well. I mean, look what's going on with voting rights and women's reproductive rights and mask mandates. It's just nonstop like Jim Crow era bullshit. Yeah, well let me tell you if he does not tackle the election crimes and the attempt to overthrow our democracy by Donald Trump. You will never again hear a Republican concession speech. That will be a thing of extinction because no Republican will ever concede defeat. They will declare victory regardless of the popular vote. They will have their state legislatures install them as winners, notwithstanding the popular vote. If Merrick Garland doesn't hold Donald Trump accountable for what he's done, we will never again hear a Republican politician concede. Admit he or she lost an election. And that therein lies our democracy glennon and Merrick Garland must know that our democracy is hanging in the balance and look, I know you get upset about it. I am. I know everybody watching and are listening to this program. Are upset by how slow that this is going that it almost makes us think that it's nothing's going to happen. Donald Trump is the new Teflon Don. And he's basking in that glory. Look, Glenn, he just came out. Looking for asking for an investigation in the shooting of Ashley babbitt, as if there was something egregious about that, something nefarious. She was trying to kill members of Congress. Yeah. And you know what? We've all seen it on video. You know, to the extent you need an investigation. Investigation complete, it was an appropriate shooting. And I don't say that cavalierly or as a punch line because I spent 22 of my 30 years handling murder cases in Washington, D.C. and nothing funny about murder, even when it's a justified killing in self defense or in the defense of another. We saw it. It was a justified shooting. She was trying to hurt members of Congress. She was trying to hurt whoever was in the capitol. She was trying to overthrow our democracy. She had every opportunity to back off. She didn't..
Terry McAuliffe Struggles to Shore up Democrat Base
"We've got a couple of minutes here to talk about what's going on in the gubernatorial race in Virginia, where Glen youngkin is going up against former governor Terry mcauliffe and, you know, this is an interesting race. It's remained close. I intending to think I'm a little optimistic about this, but of course, Virginia is a fairly blue state these days. Cam you're a virginian. What's going on there? It does young can have a chance here. Yes, I think you can absolutely have this chance. I think the Democrats are very, very concerned. As you say, Virginia has been trending blue, but this is about as optimal a scenario for Republicans as you can find. Democrats have nominated. I think a pretty unpopular guy and certainly a very uninspiring candidate who is not being helped by Joe Biden is dragging him down. Like all of even said that by design popular in Virginia and yet Biden is going to be coming to campaign with Terry mccoll between now and election day. But, you know, Miguel has also bringing in Barack Obama. He's bringing in Stacey Abrams to campaign for him Ed, which tells me that was less than three weeks now before election day. McCollum is still worried about shoring up his base, he's not even hoping right now to try to attract those moderate or independent voters. He's still trying to get black Democrats in Virginia to show up and vote for him because there's a third party candidate on the ballot for instance blanding. Who is running as deliberation party candidates is the first black female to be on the ballot for governor in Virginia. She is very strongly connected to the social justice movement. She's running to the call of left. And I think the mcauliffe is absolutely terrified that she's been able to peel away three four maybe even 5% of the vote both that would have gone to him. And that may be enough, along with what I think has been a pretty good campaign run by when young that might be enough to put junk in an office.
Fresh update on "glen" discussed on Here and Now
"Margaret the president makes him news there He did but the news doesn't mean anything unless they have the votes to change a filibuster rule And again this is a vote that will have to come from entirely inside the Democratic Party And it just ain't there yet So there's a lot of frustration and pressure on Biden Why isn't Biden focusing on changing the filibuster And he did go further than he has before He seems now officially fed up And there's a reason beyond the rights of people of color in this country It's Democrats are very concerned that if the Republican Party the former president if that machinery basically weaponizes state legislatures and state secretary of states to make it harder to vote that it will be harder to vote in ways that hurt Democrats So this is about protecting their own ability to win majorities but it can't happen unless the Democrats internally agree on how to change the filibuster rule And that's just not there right now Can we go back to something Margaret you had mentioned this earlier about the Virginia race I just want to set this up again one more time Terry mcauliffe the former governor running against billionaire political newcomer Glen young Ken they're now tied Let's listen to this tape from junkin When you see something it means one thing but when you feel it it's something totally different This is no longer a campaign this is a movement This is a movement Scott I want you to weigh in on this race what it says about the Democratic Party politics right now and why young can appears to have the momentum Well I think you know you could certainly look at President Biden's polling numbers He's now polling in the low 40s That certainly has a lot to do with it He's dealing with a number of crises certainly his handling of Afghanistan pulled down some of those numbers We now have a supply chain issue out out in some of our major ports that is creating delays for goods Getting to our front doors So he's dealing with a number of things on many fronts and that is all translating into motivation for Republicans to turn out in this election And that's why at least the national media and some of us inside the beltway are focused so much on that race just across the Potomac river It's really you know we're viewing it as a litmus test for what could happen down the road in 2022 whether or not certainly we think that Republicans are in a very very good chance of flipping the house and I think the Senate is more of a toss up And I.
Virginia Gubernatorial Candidates Youngkin, McAuliffe Participate in Roundtable Discussion Thursday
"Terry mcauliffe beat himself up last night in a one on to interview in the so-called virginia roundtable and he just punched himself out. If it was a fight they would have stopped it. They said terry wanna leave now. Because you're so bad. Glenn young already winning glenn. Young gonna win you. You're desperate and you're terrible. I wanna go in reverse order of his nightmare comments last night and for the rest of the country. Terry mcauliffe is indeed the same terry mcauliffe. You've heard about for forty years. He's the jack the lad. Virginia politics is just a sort of buffoonish character. Arrogant smug everything. You don't want an elected official in old and around forever in reverse order of bad answers. Let's start with his lease bat. Answer where he tries to avoid the fact he called for overturning. The election of two thousand and and threw dirt on two thousand and four cut number fifteen in two thousand four. You said this about the election. Where president bush beat al gore. Let's go back to florida president. Jose okay so i i want to talk about. This was president. George bush legitimately elected but we went to a very contentious. Two thousand if you remember and remind you. It went all the way to the united supreme court and it took them through the second week of december to actually make a decision and the supreme court for the first time the history of our country. Stop the counting of ballots in florida in overturned the local virginia or the florida supreme court. So he got sworn once you're sworn we gotta move on but do not forget. That was very important. That the supreme court of florida stopped. The counting. a balanced wasn't the case in twenty twenty. Well you came out with a new ad this week challenging mr young kuenz prioritizing election integrity. You said glen again casting doubt on election result and putting trump's conspiracy theories i. This behavior is dangerous. And it's disqualifying so my question to you is. What is the difference between what you've said and when you're accusing him of well i'll say it again. That case in two thousand went to the united states supreme court.
Fresh update on "glen" discussed on Morning Edition
"Right all three of us clearly in the pro Wes Anderson camp Yeah Yep That's NPR's Glen Weldon as well as bahari de chaudry Thank you so much for both of you Thank you so much Thank you The film is called the French dispatch It's out today and you are listening to morning edition from NPR news I'm Scott detro And I'm Steve inskeep And I'm Michael hill a marketplace morning report is coming up next on listener supported WNYC and then in ten minutes at 9 o'clock it's the BBC News hour on 93.9 FM Let's check in with London to see what they're working on London good morning Good morning WNYC I'm Paul Henley on today's program the latest on a fatal shooting on Alec Baldwin's U.S. film set and the Syrians caught up in Europe's latest migrant controversy That's BBC News hour coming up at 9 or 93.9 FM WNYC 63 in sunny out there now mostly sunny with a high near 68 today That's ahead of a great looking fall weekend Let's get out.
It Is a Moral Compromise to Support a RINO
"Haven't very good friend. Just call him fred. And he's a friend of the family and he's a good guy great supporter of president trump true conservative and he wants america to return to being shining city on the hill and we had a very very very heavy text conversation this morning until i was triggered and i called him up. You know who. You are. Fred and i love you and your good guy but he was a little confused about my attitude to the man wants to be the quote unquote republican governor of virginia. A man called glen yankin a man who refused to come on this radio show. Because he's afraid that he's personally afraid oh. He is allowing his a rhino republican in name only advises who have called this show under false names to defend glenn young. Yes national radio court out by my producer. Jeff trying to defend the man who won't defend himself want man asks his employees under a false name to defend him on national radio. Now my friend said look. You've got to go with him. Because what are we going to support. Terry mcauliffe truly one of the most evil men in american politics. The bag man the fundraiser. The money man for the clintons and my argument was very simple. It is a moral compromise to support a rhino.
Democratic Strategists Pose as Republican Group to Attack Glenn Youngkin
"And even axios a left wing site says Dems sneaky sabotage a group tied to prominent democratic strategists is posing as a conservative outfit To try to drive a wedge between the Republican candidate for Virginia governor and his core vote as axios has learned During the past week virginians have been targeted with ads on Facebook Instagram Google and SnapChat questioning Jenkins commitment to the Second Amendment Though the work of a new political group called accountability Virginia pack its website says nothing about the individual's organizations behind it This is how the Democrats did They are a sleazy diabolical operation While the NRA backs Donald Trump they refuse to endorse Glen junk and we can't trust glennon on our guns one of the ads says public records show that PAC has spent more than 25,000 on the ads which have been viewed between one and 5 million times While clearly designed they hit youngin from the right all indications point to Democrats behind the pack Accountability Virginia's online donation page has hosted by democratic fundraising platform act blue It's bank account is amalgamated bank a labor union owned financial institution popular with democratic political groups The PAC was incorporated in Virginia by compliance consultants of the NBA MBA consoling group which works uniformly with Democrats Its ads on SnapChat were purchased by gambit strategies a firm founded this year by the Biden presidential campaign's digital director former head of democratic super PAC priorities USA Fake information is prevalent on the Internet gambit's website warrants research shows time and time again the best way to combat false negative information Is to provide people with positive information about a candidate Now they're gambit in north NBA consulting responded to axios request for
Kyle Larson Holds off Chase Elliott for Fifth Win of Season
"Off Chase Elliott the closing laps at Watkins Glen International Road Course yesterday to win the go bowling at the Glen. The Wind moves Larson into a tie with Denny Hamlin. For the regular season championship with just three races left before the playoffs. Elliott finished second with Martin Truex Jr. Third and Kyle Busch and Hamlin rounding out the top five. Atlanta
Kyle Larson Wins at Watkins Glen, Eyes Regular-Season Title
"Kyle Larson made a late race pass after working his way to the front of the field at Watkins Glen international to pick up his fifth NASCAR win of the season as as teammate chase Elliott finished second Larson led twenty seven laps and had to hold off elite to take the checkered flag at one point he averted disaster when his car bomb to that of Christopher bell's inset bill spinning into turn one but Larson held on and made it a point to apologize after the race he had to turn the corner and I was as low as I can get and yeah we make contacts so you know is it was definitely my fault not intentional obviously but yeah I made a mistake Kelly said he misses chance to overtake Larson and after leading thirty five laps earlier in the race Martin Truex junior finished third I'm Jerry Jordan
Why the World Needs Creative Thinkers With Chris Do
"Chris dough. Welcome to breakfast with champions. Thank you very much. Bill for the warm introduction so happy to be here yes oh man this is you know. I'm a massive fan of you. I'm so grateful for your time today. Thanks for being with us. Let's talk first about your mission and then we're gonna talk about everything that helps you. Strive towards your mission. A billion people started small goal. You're thinking big. But you're also doing it in a way that i really appreciate. Which is you want people to make a living doing what they love but without losing their soul. What does that mean well. on creative people and when you talk to creative people you talk about money in pricing and value negotiation sales. It kind of makes them real year skin micro and so i have to be able to package that in a way that they can understand that it's congruent with their values their mission and their their belief system. And that's an oftentimes. We associate people who are successful as people who quote unquote sell out and so we have to be able to do in a way that's ethical and that's who they are and makes perfect sense okay so today. There's really two main topics that i want to cover. I is mindset and the second is marketing or promotion so i wanna start with mindset and i wanna talk about something that you said on a show recently of yours. You said your goal is your compass but your hustle is your velocity and in glen being the mastermind behind hashtag rising grind. Knows something something about grinding and hustling and we know. We need the hustle without that goal. We maybe don't have our compass talk a little bit about that. Yeah i think this is where direction matters way. More than speed
"glen" Discussed on Slate Money
"Hello welcome to the glengarry. Glen ross episode of sleet money goes to the movies. I'm felix salmon of axios and i'm pointing to my long term co host here and i'm gonna say what's your name. What's my name fuck you. That's my name is dr an eighty thousand dollars. Bmw that's my name or whatever. Your name is not i-drive eighty thousand. Bmw your name. Is mary child. That's accurate istan. Name's mary childs. Yeah not quite the same punch volkov. Same points but is a fabulous name and you're fabulous besson and you have all manner of awesome stories on the radio right yes. I tried to deliver awesome stories. i am a co host at planet money and we do fun narratives that are about like business economics finance things. They're usually capers yet educational this movie. I'm not sure if it counts as being either educational or k. But will they could probably make claim to both if you really twisted. But we're going to talk about lender again written by david mammoth directed by someone entirely forgettable and acted by a cost. Everyone ever heard of lots of white men. Doing lots of david mamat acting. It's a movie that has really resonated for decades people love to quote it. and wigan unpack. Why coming up on slate money goes to the movies. I'm not trying to be a diva but should we actually say what my name is. Maybe it's emily. Emily pack slam. The name is not q. Okay mary glengarry glen ross which suddenly find incredibly hard to pronounce. Where were you when you first saw this movie last night in preparation for today. Yes i felt like this was an opportunity to do some of my like finance wall street homework as a journalist covering the space. I've long that. I need to watch movies like american psycho the big short glengarry glen ross and others that constantly get referenced but it does have the effect of like you know how when you see borat after. Everyone's been quoting it to you for ten years. Yes yes it takes the air out of it so now you're watching it and you see alec baldwin say always be closing. Oh okay now. I know why everyone's been talking about this whole time. And then he leaves the movie and we never hear from him again. This is wildly misleading. Yes you thought. This is now like baldwin and in fact it's a jack lemmon movie which no talk about because jack lemmon is not your typical hard-charging charging swear david mamat kind of guy. So even though it's actually a jack lemmon movie people think of it as now goldman movie which i feel like is kind of the takeaway of like we tend to maybe intentionally ms understand movies like this where we like latch onto the alec baldwin swagger successful eighty thousand dollars. Bmw character and forget that the entire point of the movie is the jack lemmon character. It's the classic thing with these movies. Just like wall street where this is like a tragedy about jack ramen and the other guys too but everyone is like i wanna be alec baldwin for some reason because he sounds cool. Looks cool makes a lot of money. He's a closer so are we can't close the leisure given. You can't coche it. You are shit. Hit the bricks powell and beat it because you are going out. The leads are weak. Leads a week fucking leads a week to week. I've been in this business fifteen years. Fuck you that's my name you know. Why mr because you drove a hyundai to get here tonight. I drove an eighty thousand dollars. Bmw that's my name. you know. This is the paradox of last polka. Michael lewis book that he wrote it as this sort of course about the accessories of wall street and everyone like. Oh my god. That sounds amazing. I want to work on braintree and to this day people come up to him and say you inspired me. And he's like. Did you read it just wondering do that about okay so this is an interesting question. This is a known trope when it comes to. Gordon gecko right gordon. Gogo is precisely the courtroom retail who become some kind of folk hero because people don't understand what the author of the movie was trying to do in this case. I think it's very fair to say that the author of the movie is not the forgettable director who did forgettable directions. The author of the movie is david. Mamat was he trying to write a sort of course tale about the excesses rampant hod selling and capitalism and conversely did people misunderstand it and take it as a celebration of something i think i mean. I can't speak to david's intentions here. We haven't spoken about this particular film. But i will say that it does seem like this is a modern death of a salesman that the salesman dies. And you're sad and somehow that got lost that gets lost in the cultural interpretation or at least the kind of things that like imprinted on all the ducks that watched it. I can't speak to what he was doing either as a play or screenwriter. Paul him maybe. Why don't we get him on felix on this. Show emily with the single exception of smith cameron. I think this movie is a critique of wait for it toxic masculinity. This movie is all about the horror of being a man in the united states and being trapped in that. Yeah i'm being trapped in it and you have to prove that you are a real man with your brass balls by always closing which is really a metaphor for sex. I mean alec baldwin literally says all over and over that it's fucking or whatever but yeah this is toxic masculinity and for a large portion of men who idolize the movie. I'm maybe that's exciting to them or like appealing. You want to be like a man. I don't know. I'm not a man who desperately they have to appeal or kind of have to identify with the alec baldwin character because the alternative is horrifying. Jack lemmon. yeah. I will definitely say. The in terms of gender occupations salesman has to be way up at the top of the list hod smooth-talking sales professional as exemplified by pretty much. Everyone in this movie. With the exception of kevin spacey is incredibly gendered role. You see it also in some of the titans of business in the real world people like tim. Armstrong say was famous as being very successful salesman when he was google. Or who's the chairman of cbs. Who was just legendary for selling ads late. The list memphis yeah. Lesbian investors really hot salesman and people celebrate that. And it's hard at least for me to think curve anyone with the possible exception of like elizabeth holmes who was like a great female salesman. I don't know man. I think there are a lot. I feel like okay. First of all like all of hedge funds sales is not all much hedge fund sales. Now is women that's true women and also like you have that spate of girl bosses. That did an incredible job with marketing and like finger on the pulse of whatever worldview wiest spouse at the time granted we've all moved on somewhat violently from that world view and punish them as a result. But i feel like the audrey gallons and the steph corey's et cetera. Okay so people. Don just come back very quickly. Say there's a big important difference between sales and marketing. It's important not to conflict the two. And i remember talking to ken fisher about this. Who is really the guy who explained it best to me. He obviously has. These funds sells financial investments to rich individuals. And he's like marketing is important. And then what you need is like a sales person at the end of the marketing funnel who will close the deal will close the sale. And i'm seeing this in masterworks right now. You know that this company which seems to be inescapable trying to set alight fractional ownership of paintings. They have a huge marketing operation. They have this massive marketing operation like buying ads in every lake financial newsletter podcast and everything and twitter but what that marketing operation does. It's basically just gets you to type your email into a box and then leads to say. Then that's the lead and then sell comes. And it's the salespeople. Julia drive company. I have many thoughts. Try to distill them. I women do sales felix. We've never bought makeup in a department store. But if you have those do not walk out without a full bag. Two hundred dollars for every time or a fifty dollars. Whatever i'm always sucked in real estate. My god likes. Don't let a real estate person near your house. you will sell it. You will buy one. It'll be a disaster by might know something about that..
Chris Buescher Previews NASCAR Racing at Watkins Glen
"Nascar is in the middle of a two week hiatus but chris butcher has his eyes set on watkins glen in a week or so but glen one. The fan turnout at the glen has been incredible. And i don't even know how many years now. But as long as i've been going to the cup series i feel like it's been sold out So was very disappointed to to not be able to do that. Last season for Four our fans that do come out and Just fade and camp and and tailgate party and sit in the grandstands and you know to be able to have that coming back. I'm just a handful weeks now Pretty excited for that. Because i feel like that's That's an area that is roy supported nascar as a as a sport and we weren't able to To bring it to them last season on the more personal or or seventeen side of things I think we've been looking at road courses as pretty good opportunities for us. This season You know road. America wasn't as strong as we had hoped but I do think that we're we've been working hard on watkins glen. We feel like it's place where should have pretty good race cars A lot of the different things that we've worked on four road course racing over the past year and a half now should should show up So there's ample things that we feel like Are going to give us a good opportunity there to go. Yeah the rush points But ultimately trying to win a
"Triad of Comedy" featuring Don Friesen, Steve Smith, and "Mr. Bullhorm" Glen Super Show #75 - burst 01
"Right now one of the funniest on the road ladies and gentlemen. Here's done freezing talking appliances in the next couple of years ago but talk to your kitchen. Is that gonna help our lives. Life done goofy burke. Microwave say cook you say how hot the blender and the toes we'll keep you up on that was Losing weight and have fridges pissed. Cheer loud he took it wrong. Going to couples. Counseling blender with issues. You know enough cities with your toaster. On the dr phil show. So you're just and he just want to come home. Have your bread all ready to go up. They know understand guys. Never see that coming like Yeah that's pretty much what i do. Who do you think you like a dr phil. Alarm clock heavy great. How can you sleep through that. You need to wake up. You need to wake up. Wake up this news more than twice as war. Were you walk in the jimmy j. christmas. Did i miss a turn off to crazy town here
Reaching Sales And Marketing Alignment With Brandon Redlinger of RingDNA
"All right. Here's the second part of my conversation with brendan red. Linger senior director of product marketing at ring dna brandon. Welcome back to the more tech podcast. Thanks for having me back then excited to have you back on the show excited to continue our conversation yesterday we talked about. Abm being strategic about who. You're prioritizing your marketing and your sales efforts and a big part of that is having your sales marketing team being on the same page. Actually driving some alignment. It seems like traditionally. That's not something that was easy to come across. I will quote glengarry glen ross or at least reference it. maybe this isn't a quote. Coffee is for closers. There's your quote but look it's always the marketing leads. That are the problem in. The sales team can't close sales marketing marketing blame sales and we never figure out who's to blame and that's the game that we play when we don't have marketing alignment. So what does it actually look like. When you do have marketing alignment and how the heck do you get there. You see a lot of people still writing about this still talking about it after all these years. But i think it's because it's really freaking hard to do because at the end of the day marketing cares usually. They're held to lead number or pipeline. Number sales is held to a actual revenue number. And i think a lot of the disconnect between cells marketing just stems right there. They're not actually measured in compensated on the same thing so for marketers. I do like to push them to be measured on as down funnel metrics as you can usually that's pipeline and then if you are held to a revenue number as well that's great and then also sales maybe they're compensated or comte a little bit differently not just on clothes one revenue but maybe a metric that it also aligns with marketing. It could be closed. I remember when i was in sales. So i actually started my career option sales for i got into marketing. One more thing. We have in common buddy but i remember the spreadsheet that i use to calculate my comp every month there was this gigantic sophisticated thing that i talked. A bunch of numbers and doing one of them was actually. How many leads that. I close that. We're passover so that actually aligns with marketings objective as well.
"glen" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"Of the mimi and jordan. Were just say boy along. Excuse me see right there number. Four dick jokes. Dick jokes parentheses onomatopoeia. I'll say this. I'm taking a look at some of the stuff in glen waldon's book a wonderful guide i think. Npr really do a lot of good stuff. I'm some stuff less good. There's a shoe called bullseye. Don't care for but that actually you know not actually produced by npr so this stuff npr actually predict pretty solid. But you should go grab a glenn. Well book if you've ever thought about starting a podcast or getting better with your podcast That book and our friends. The macaroni brothers book are both really wonderful. Guides to podcasting. That aren't just you know there was a period where every book was a guide to podcasting and it was all just explanations of how to code. Rss feeds yeah. And i think we are in a golden age where we've got these two great books that are actually useful that you can actually learn something from but that are also like you know. They have depth of information but are also accessible to someone who hasn't worked in radio or worked in podcasting or gone to broadcast school or worked for many years as a A writer at a cancer nonprofit like an anticancer not profit antics. I feel feel the need to fill an important distinction a small but important distinction. We came down fully anti fully neon approaching the pro. Cancer is actually four profit there for money. I don't know who is paying for cancer because in a way mun profit is a cancer. Thank you glenn. Glenn weld and go on chapo our producer jordan. Jesse goes. Brian sunny d. fernandez. Es helped this week from vowel moffett who is producing our little video stream. You can watch the show if you wanna watch the show. Was we record it. We've been putting it on our facebook page on sunday nights so i mean no promises. Sometimes our microphones aren't working and we start half an hour later than we thought we were going to but In general go to facebook. And like jordan jesse go and we're streaming their vows doing a great job our theme music love you by the free design. Courtesy of the free design and light in the attic records and co at to your bookstore. Get yourself a copy. Glenn wellens new book and get yourself a copy of jordan. Morris is new book bubble. This is these are things i insist. You not fuck this up. Yeah spend spend this summer indoors reading than ever tell you this. Yeah i want every single listener to jordan. Jesse go to buy a copy of your book and to buy a copy of glenn waldon's book so the two of you when you get your first sales reports. Tell me have more or less than people bought the book because if you were people than seventeen we know not every jordan jesse go. Listener has bought the book. If it's more than seventeen somebody told a friend and also if he got both books Once you got them both in your your grubby little hands. Make them kiss We love to read something. Spine spine works neglect the spine. That what we're looking for. Yeah i think that's right okay friends. We'll talk to you next time on jordan jessica. Maximum fun dot org. Comedy and culture artist owned audience supported..
She's Up! Bat Girl 60 Years in Making Reaches Yankee Stadium
"Then ten year old Glen Goldman was told by the Yankees are young lady like her would feel out of place in the dugout general manager Brian Cashman got back to seventy year old going gold medical exchange should not deny with the passage of time Goldman had our own locker got to wear a full Yankees uniform per night started with throwing out the first pitch thank you to all the ball I missed the players Goldman is part of the Yankees Daniel hope week standing for helping others preserve in excel never held against them but I never in my wildest dreams ever thought that sixty years later a Brian Cashman would make this become a reality it's hard to say what Goldman loved most about her Yankees experience it took my breath away I'm at Donahue
"glen" Discussed on Homophilia
"I would sit there and listen and he didn't realize this but i just grabbed my mom's a walkman as this was all happening. the only tape she had was Donna summer and barbra streisand. No more tears enough is enough and so something happened. I'm convinced that. That's what made me gates combination of the ill-fitting crop top. The lifeguards and tease. They'll do it don barbara together. You did stand a chance trying to out sing each other and you know donna. Bless bless bless you don about. This didn't happen. So yes so. All all these Self-conscious overweening i would say malignant self-consciousness cut have manifested once. I came out took me a long time to come out Twenty came out at twenty-five leaving a string of horribly disappointed women in my way coup. Who i just kept dating because i i just couldn't believe it to be true. It couldn't possibly be me despite the donna summer despite the crop. Top despite the lifeguards. I just thought i attacked everything than all these feelings. The way i would attack any other feeling which is like oh. There's a logical explanation. I worked in a library then. And i went to the sexuality section and i discovered something called the kinsey scale. I said okay. Well this explains it. I'm not gay. I'm just you know a that's fine. This explains all these feelings. And so i would just push it down push it down and date these wonderful horribly disappointed women to whom i'd make You know dutiful love. I would say it was like yeoman like efforts and then one time something happened in college and say okay. Well this there's no. There's no thought process behind that there's no rationalization behind that this just instinct. This is this is the difference this makes sense now but it still took Twenty five years and big chunk of therapy because at the time i went away to the writers workshop leaving behind a woman. I'd been dating in new york And she was incredibly supportive and she was gung ho and all in. And i saw that that break as the logical way to break it off and become who i was and find myself in the cornfields of iowa which i was. It's a whole other story but But i just felt so guilty. And then when i eventually started dating i had. I haven't remain to this day. what. I call I think i'm just relationship oriented but now realize a better word for that as clingy. I'm clinging and i just So the the intimacy trusts body shit All that stuff just made me kind of hate casual. Dating and i would. I would lesbian up real quick partner up With very wonderful men. But it was my i. I would get so self conscious and so nervous that sometimes in a casual hookup it might affect the Hydraulics shall we say. No what. I'm talking about there. Okay so yeah so just. It took so long to open up to my husband that i just Not can use the word cling. I i treasure it a treasure what i have with faustino. Because it's it's something. I don't think i could have found because i really. I wasn't kissing a lot of frogs. I just found the red frog. What's for someone who was not comfy with their body. What was harder eighth grade or gay bars. Oh gay bars in a big way. Because i managed my goal in trout Middle school especially middle school in high school was to be just be invisible just to get through it. I knew it was something better out there. And i fuck adjust and my mom worked at the school and was just such a school spirit person. She worked to that office and then she were principal's office and she was so full of school spirit and she kept trying to get me to go after sports which was not my cards and then go for the band which was also not in the cards so i edited the newspaper. That's that's the concession. I gave to her. I will do this. One thing But yeah gave bars just i. I can't ima- i hooked up. Never possible just just was too convinced a that everyone was looking at me and judging me and be holding the same thought my brain that would ever look at me so That is that is not a. That's not conducive to When and where are you in that. Sorry the word 'journey now i understand. It's not healthy but it's still a big part of my life and you know i got in pretty good shape before the world broken and Both my partner and i of packed on a few so Instead of relegating ourselves to just being comfortable in her skin's we got jim. We install the gym downstairs and we got the mirror and a bike. And so we're all and we're counting calories and punishing ourselves because we are middle aged gay men and that's the law you got to do it. What was your How did you get into shape in the first place. What were your i got up i was. I was pushing three eighty s. How i got into shape place I just just reached the alcoholic. Would alcoholics call rock bottom. I would call just not not being able to go upstairs. Like not not good and then i got determined that i would Take steps and take steps every day. Not big steps necessarily consistent steps which is what matters more than ex- great great exertion. It's just doing it every day doing something every day. But i'm gonna tell you you know i would enjoy the occasional Post dinner tipple of an evening. Perhaps dry sherry and Past year that has been a bourbon more than more more than more often than is necessary. Shall i say and so. That's another thing that i'm we are correcting. We are addressing as comes back. I don't know a single. The only people i know who aren't our people who addressed it before. Yes yes yeah. I would argue that. It was very necessary for him. It helped glen. You're such a dream guest and we must have you back because there were a lot more frustrated to oh. I'm sure there is. And i just want to congratulate you guys on two hundred. That's fantastic and just keep doing what you're doing because what you're doing is great..
"glen" Discussed on Homophilia
"Edit what you wrote that morning and then you close up at three. And then have yourself a gin and tonic. And and and that's ridiculously prescriptive. Everybody has a different process. But i did find that As as it was putting around in the morning and making waffles. Whatever the fuck and then. I was on my way to the chair. My subconscious was doing the work so that there was no faffing around. When i sat down i would sit down and i would just start from where i had left off the the day before as opposed to spending the first hour just sort of with start stop so there is something about structure and about Bad rigor it's there. There's something about it that actually works but that said people read how they right and One of the mistakes that i would try to sell is that everybody should write the same way. And that's not true now but people do have the idea that it's supposed to be fun and it can be but it isn't you know i mostly is eighty percent isn't i think it was mavis gallant. No no. I can't remember who it was it. Somebody who said it when i write. It feels like i'm taking dictation from god and that's sociopath is what that is that's that's now that person can get fucked. Yes sorry it's it's muriel. Spark mural sparks that mark. She's brilliant premise. Jane brody But no she's not get real so you mentioned. You're incredibly supportive husband who has Had a social life. Tell us everything. How did you meet mini-scandal. Because i was assistant manager of the big gay bookstore. Here in dc. It's longer there because bookstores and he was who'd come in at night and work. This is before. I got the the toxic day job and We you know we were both dating each other people at the time. We knew that there was something happening. And if If i if either we weave through the through the our guys over Over the barrel. Whatever we'd we'd hook up and we we did. It happened in the very timid way. That many things happened with me back then when i was not A a sexual dynamo We went out for a milkshake. Like it was fucking our town and at the at the duplex steiner. The big donor here in dc after our shift and then I kind of hugged him and gave him what he came to. This day calls him. Pop kiss which is a little as we left as we went our separate ways and to me was just i was. I was french and the guy in in my head it might as well been. It was miss cheek. Was a lip hopkinson. That's that's i guess. My my distinction. But yeah and then after that i mean we have after that. We moved in together after three months We got sort of what our friends called. Commitments earned but commitment ceremony. But what we call the party. We just kind of got up in bed and said vows to each other and then we had a party that night and cause and that was i guess in Ninety nine and then fears back got married married and Yeah it's been twenty. She's going to say twenty two years. I'll two years. Wow okay. yeah and he is cuban-american and so people tend to think okay. Well you're the logical Uptight want and he must be the fiery latin firebrand and that is not the case. We are both rigorously logical people. He is just more much more Of an extrovert much more. Open and and Smiley than i am. And so people make that mistake So you mentioned not being sexual dynamo looking at the arms. I mean with this is where i wanted to go as well. Thank you okay. Let's talk about physical transformation. Let's talk about midlife. Let's talk about the fact that we have a new landscapers. They apparently show up at this time. Like literally our landlord. Jaz changed now. There's apparently this is their time. So speaking of arms out of the landscapers look well. I don't know i haven't seen him yet. I've only heard him. Okay all right Yeah i remains near. Its raking all breaking news. And this is this is. It's not supposed to sound polish. Not supposed to sound overproduced. It's supposed to sound and by the way at npr. Like we all were while working from studios now and we're all. Our dogs are barking. And you know we'll see it's it's been a long time a really long time and in the beginning. The first few months we'd hear from listeners. Like oh it's cute. Oh there's a child crying there's your dog taking a dump and And who knows. Now i mean for me. It's gone on far too long. I can't wait to get back in the studio. I heard that. Yeah well how long do you think you guys are gonna be back us. Do you guys could probably get pretty soon. Right i d. i'm not sure we are now a part of the world of wonder nasc and they have a space and it's kind of up to them as to when it will open. I i don't why we're we gotta get back to your body This is what we were here to talk about floor. We've blurred requiem dot going to keep us and there's no leaves. There's no brick probably rally some mortar mortar. This is this. Is the universe saying lynch degree with that. That's exactly what it is. I disagree more So yeah. I've always had like buddy shit I grew up not a chunky kid but a pear shaped kit was on a swim team. We do drills. And then i was a you know that didn't help because i was an adolescent pear-shaped adolescent in a speedo. Which is not. That'll that'll that'll last with you. That old data deputy. Yeah it'll stick with you and so you know And of course it was the time of The calvin klein ad the marky mark calvin klein ad and just just an i remember going to bethany beach delaware and seeing that an add some dude crop tops so i went out and got a crop. Top old boy. That was the first time it was actually Brought home to me. The yawning gap between us and And there was the same was the same summer. I was thirteen when i realized that my bedroom window of the house that we rented in bethany beach delaware looked out over the backyard of the house. Where all the bethany beach. Lifeguards were staying It was it was a time of discovery Yeah was also..
"glen" Discussed on Homophilia
"It's interesting to me. I mean correct me. If i'm wrong but i feel it seems like your interest in pop. Culture really lies in the realm of just quality entertainment and entertainers and art and less in the realm of Celebrity and gossip and the trashier side of it that frankly interests me. I will say that when it comes to reality television. I can't watch the housewives because it just feels like my parents are fighting. And feeling. I love i love competitor. Reality tend to stick to the holy trinity of drag race runway anti chef As soon as there's a skill involved it's much more interesting to me so this process involved when it is personality. I i tend to to Check out but that's great because there are other people who will bring in to pop culture happy hour who will we just had a great episode on their kardashians where aisha who's not big into the credit options. Run into folks who are deeply in the kardashians but they're into the kardashians and a very canny savvy smart way. That's about their impact on the culture. That's about their impact on body image about their impact on race. And i learned so much from that episode and away wouldn't it was just the four of us trying to talk about the kurdish out. I mean what's your. What's your take on the bachelor because it does sort of live at that intersection of personality and competition and but not set skill. It could be argued that there's this there is a skill in sociopathic. There is a skill in just sort of performance of yes. It's not my thing now my thing again. Also when they have a gay bachelor. I might come back. I certainly watched boy meets boy. I certainly watched Planning rates often as actually it was actually it straight that got me Very circuitously the job. Because they used to write up long email. Recaps of that and senator onto friends. And what are those friends. Was trig graham. Who was working at the washington paper at the time and he said why don't you Why don't you write reviews for us. And i was like i. I was coming out of the the writer's workshop at the time. And i was mr fiction guy and writing grievously terrible short stories and He said no. Let's give it a shot. So i gave it a shot writing theatre reviews. I wasn't particularly good at it but man it was a crash course in writing Very briefly which is harder to do than writing at length and also turning around overnight. Because i often see something on saturday afternoon and had to be turned in on sunday so that job and it wasn't a job it was freelance. But that job led to me writing Contributing to the blog at npr. The we used to call the monkey see blog. The pop culture blog at an army was still in its infancy reading comics. Commentary and that led to other things and that led to me being brought onto pop culture. Happy hour when it started which led to me Trying to get hired full time at npr for years and years and years and then finally a few years ago that actually happened But if i it but if not for playing it straight that piece of shit that that that anger making piece of shit. I probably would. I probably still stuck at that Job that i kinda hated where. I was a pr. Flack stuck out. For fifth. for sixteen years. I cannot imagine us at. Pr flack no new. There is a personality type to be a pr person. And i am not. I do not belong to that. Particular myers briggs set in a bigger. It was i was terrible at it. It was terrible but it was and this is. This has been an issue for me and my whole life. It's very comfortable very comfortable. It was kind of job. You turn off at five o'clock as soon as you walk out the door and It was relatively lucrative for a nonprofit job But i hated everything about it and I would live for recording pop. Culture happy are going in going across town to npr to go to that studio when everybody else had left and Sit around people who were becoming my friends because again i didn't know them at the beginning and man it's just and then i get to go on all things considered and talk about batman muff diving so italy's magical it's magical the american dream and that is that is my advice to writers is right like just write about like if there's something that's driving driving you nuts if there's something that's making you happy right whether it is a long facebook post or or as in your case an email to To a bunch of friends or whatever it will get you. It will make it will give you habits. It'll gain an audience. It will give you discipline and then it's like your the perfect place for you hasn't been invented so keep doing the things that you love and then like technology will happen in two years that will create a job for you. Yes that's certainly true. I think discipline and habits are hugely important. People don't like to hear that. Because i hear from a lot of people say oh i have a book just about my family and i'll do it and if you don't sit down to do it it will not get done and Everybody says having written is better than writing. Everything's better than writing everything but it Having written two to three books. Now i can tell you that You know and those. The first two books were written Really on nights and weekends The first one's culture history of superman. The seconds a cultural issue batman and i just for a year i was i was working day job and then i would go home and right at night and read on the weekends and my husband had to be an incredibly understanding person because He had a social life. I didn't And if if i didn't have the discipline at The writer's workshop. They said here's what you do. You wake up at nine o'clock you sit your ass down and you start writing. Stop at twelve and you have lunch and then you go back at one..
"glen" Discussed on Homophilia
"They are they are they know what works and they and they stare into that so prepare to number three is Leave room for discovery. So if you overprepare you're gonna just gonna be dead if you just spout and talking points at each other. It's not going to be anything so for pop. Culture happy are for example. We each come in with stuff you want to say but the goal is always to find something in that room that we didn't necessarily think about think we'd find when we when we put on headphones The idea is you. You wanna let the audience in the way to do that is to let them into the process of you guys. Finding something like they're part of your thought process when you do that Ru four is as i say. Be yourself but better pithier smarter. Funnier if possible Remember that this is. It's not it's you're not putting on a fake persona but you are distilling yourself somehow. You're you're kinda trying to find out who you are and find the corbett and then finally Important one i put it lasts. But it's the most important rule is edit people think that pop culture is not edited. Because we have such great editors can take out on and lips max and digressions and where we say something idiotic where we got the date wrong where he mispronounced mangle. somebody's name. All that stuff is edited out. It makes the show sixty seven percent better because people are taking the time and it takes more time than people realize to actually go back and try to figure out what's best here and let me just not waste people's time right. That's you're gonna contract with people. They are giving us their time. You have to give them something. Worthwhile and editing is. The is the magic word editing a secret. As far as i'm concerned you guys do all of those things so beautifully. Because you do there is such. There is a structure to pop culture. Happy hour but there is also. There's obvious joy that you have each other's presence. You like digress. In ways that are always interesting and smart and it's yeah you've you now it and it is crazy crazy because there is no barrier to entry but it is it is wild to me. How how many people just don't are just like what this will be is like me and my friend talking right because people get and it's if that's what you're reaching for it that's when if you are just like i want i want this i would create a podcast for me and my friends To listen to and to get feedback on that is fine. This book will help you do that. Because we'll help you sound good. We have stuff about microphone. Placement at all and editing techniques will help you do executive that if you wanna grow it. There's also a lot in the book about that. It's again it's about narrowing your audience being consistent. That's thing that podcast listeners. Want consistency if you skip a date if you blow a blow deadline we hear we hear from it. We we hear people Kind of coming back to us because again. They're not paying money necessarily but they are paying with their time and they have slotted. I'm gonna listen to this podcast this morning when it comes out and if that date you have to do a lotta work to To make it up. It's it's what you owe your audience. I gotta say this is a. We've just surpassed two episodes and i'm still actively taking notes on here. I'm like editing We had not thought of doing that. Maybe will well. I mean yeah like dude we are still when we start a pop culture and we're very upfront about this. We each we picked from our friend group right. No linda that well or stephen but a new very well And if we're doing it now would we go into a studio and say you know what we need. We need to hear from more middle age. White people that is these are voices that desperately need to be heard and so when trae left they gave us a chance to start rotating in people with different perspectives. Different voices may the show better because we tended to agree with each other on way. Too many things and That's not to say that somebody from a different background would would necessarily disagree but representation. Have you heard this before. I'm going to coin a phrase representation matters and now we're five days a week And the four main hosts now Ha aren't necessarily on every show we can pull people in to speak to do something that directly impacts their cultural background and also we can then bring them back to talk about. Something really really doesn't because the people we bring into the show are just good critics right regardless of Who they are and so they can add something to a show like we are later parts but as ruksana. How did how did she. She was great on that show. But we're gonna bring her back to talk about something completely not that intersex her identity in any way because she's a great cultural critic and shows better when you do that when you think about things up front this is. This is what the the the opening of the book is. Just here's a series of questions we ask ourselves before we even think about putting your podcast. You don't have to answer all those questions but it helps to know that they're out there like we didn't know that this question of diversity was out there because we were so stupid and we created showing her own. npr was not part of the process. If they were they probably would. Have you know how had a a little bit better handle but we were just thinking. We'll do this on our free time. It really won't go anywhere and just go to the studio after hours and we'll put it out and It will be. This is what we think it'll be for. You know friends. People people like us and as soon as we realized that there was just all these major blind spots that we haven't addressed the show. Got better.
"glen" Discussed on Homophilia
"Thing i've ever seen in. I never missed it. Try the newsroom. Sometimes you will get. You'll get insensitive. Get red in the face okay. I'm trying to do less hate watching. There's enough enough of that just in daily life or then let me put you onto girls five if you happen. Okay oh my god okay It is it has that Fast paced Tina fey thirty rock style solid joke density but also some bumps some actual ups and you know you. You give the great and good paula. Pell something to do and she will run with it and Everybody on it. So i didn't think of as a comedian is just nailing these jokes in big away. Busy phillips goldsberry from From hamilton joust. They got the chops man. Got the chops. And it's just solid and then has anybody You probably know people involved with this but hot white heist right audible people. The audible comedy series. Yeah adam goldman created produced. We will perhaps have him on soon. But it's bone yang. Yes yes yes. It's yeah. I'm jay rodriguez cynthia cynthia nixon and jane lynch and they're both in the same scene which means like there's going to be a rift in space time because you can't put together A cheyenne jackson and peac adele. Fucking rio right It's directed allen coming. The the story is it's a six episode comedy podcast on audible Where this cabal lesbians get recruit. This gay man played by a voice by bowen yang. to steal the secret government. vaults to breaking the secret government vault and steal the sperm of past presidents for reasons of their own com. It's just so funny. It's just not only. Is it funny in terms of joke. Density it is richly sound design. It takes you places you go there with it and the chemistry between everybody is just working on all cylinders just incredibly. It's one of my favorite things in the past month or past year. Let's let's put it that way. It's just awesome many great rex. I'm telling you and you have just written the npr guy into podcasting. We will discuss but what is in like. What are you subscribe to. What's your what's your weekly podcast diet. I it's it's too many. I have to go to thing here. Because there's too many editing given time let's see keep it must have seen. Tv gazed episode ever the original cast. Which is actually a great Podcast where people come on and talk about their favourite most formative broadway cast albums ninety nine percent invisible Behind the bastard radio lab. It's been minute with sanders log rolling newcomers Which started as a podcast. Where learn locus and Nicole buyer nicole buyer would watch star wars and feel pain and watch What did they watch next. I think the harry potter. No haven't done the harry potter. I do watch lord of the rings and they felt pain. Now they're watching. They're watching media films. And i feel pain. It's different it's like it's the tables have turned and i love it. Does boys make my day with john. Got but jessica lemon stopped me when i when you've had weekly you must remember this. Stop podcasting yourself. What the talk. My brother my brother and me smart lists wti f kohner brand. Hello with from the magic tavern. My dad would porno beef and dairy network blank check with griffin. And david wait wait. Tell me the flop house. No such thing as a fish. There's a hell will a one one point five speed listener. Or how are you getting all these then. I think people listen to one point two monsters in green not. Well let me throw this out your use. The stitcher app. You can listen at one point. Two five speed which i consider to be offensive My fiancee disagrees. Yeah it would shave some time. Certainly save some time. But i have a dog. He needs a lot of walking. So there's got we got dishes. They're made for for washington. And so i got i. There's never time when i'm not listening. I have these Near noise cancelling earbuds and so My husband isn't about the noise. Cancelling earbuds is. I'm just walking around the house listening to stuff but because he's often tried to tell me things i don't quite pick up on but Yeah it's just. It's it's my. It's my thing and i think the reason. Npr asked me to write. This book is because i was always stopping the long-suffering underground Who is the head of the vp of programming npr. And it's not in the hallways and tell her about the latest. You know i would tell her about homophobia teller about The you must remember this and she said okay so we're gonna do this thing. Go ahead and write it and marching orders were that it not be textbook that it not be dry technical manual. They wanted it to seem conversational. So i think they thought of me and then also if it could be funny adjacent. That's also and i feel like you're such a trusted resource on this because one could argue. It is it is. It is hack at this point to say like just what the world needs is more podcast. But we're in a way. We do need them. Because you're consuming a million of them. A day i could use more podcast but they need to be good. And so that's where you come in. But what if you are able to give us any any little nuggets is the glenn walden sort of theory of casting. Well i'll give you the npr theory first and then i'll switch to me the npr theory. Is that you don't want to start a podcast until you are reasonably certain more than reasonably certain that there's an audience for it otherwise you're just talking to yourself And so what that means is spending some time We do it in way. Too many meetings. But you don't have to this book you can. You can just do a couple of exercises of the book to really figure out. Who is your target audience who you're trying to reach and then think as fully as you can and this is just as optimistically as you can about what they look like not just demographically. But what are their habits. Where do they go online. What other podcasts. Or the listening to what tone to those other. Podcasts have And so if it's the first question to ask isn't what i wanna talk about. The first question is who wants to listen and if you do that Then i think you have you. You will any and you keep that in mind. Then you're going to hit the thing that That podcast many many many many other need which is clarity and consistency. And i think that's something that That causes this term. That i refuse to us but that others have used including the new york times pod fade raise only know it from chapter one of your book or the. It's just the notion that You know pod pa- podcast start but they don't have the staying power because people just can't get around twitter. Whatever it's it's it's a thing that happens and it's thing that happens for most podcasts So but i at the end of the book. I come with five rules to podcasts. By which are basically number one is be authentic as they say you can fake authenticity. You got it made. But no i'm talking about how You don't wanna come off slick or pre-processed. You what podcasts. Do that broadcasts doesn't is they kind of get inside your brain and one of the things that podcasts nurture as talked about a top of show is this kind of unit directional intimacy. This feeling that you're talking to your friends or you're sitting around listening to your friends talk. And when it is all created in a lab. I think listeners. Pick up on that Now you can answer a question for me before this podcast. Did you guys know each other or were you put together for this podcast. We actually were put together for this. Podcast okay that is a kind of alchemy that happens only two rarely because you guys nail it. You guys have exactly the kind of thing that is that causes people to come back and listen as you are at the top of the show talking to each other. It's it's i love the guests. It's my favorite part of the show The the other thing to do is to prepare. And this is the thing that people push back on me. A lot on is when i prepare do research like you know if it's an interview show do research on the guests. If you're you're talking about a topic do some research on the topic. But people say i just want to wing it. It's just me and my house out there. Just speaking off. The top of the heads were hilarious. You may be but When people come to me and they say well like my favorite Are comedians just. Winging it and i'm saying they're professional comedians. They know their audience. They have spent a career honing their voice. So they've done this work that i'm trying to tell you to do. They've done the preparation work already. So that studio They are a heightened version of themselves..
"glen" Discussed on Homophilia
"That's certainly thing they live together. They they you know they. They fight crime together. Batman robin shore. A little troubling would win robbins a thirteen year old less troubling when it's night wing twenty four year. Old whatever chris. O'donnell it's magnificent when it's chris o'donnell with an earring and Back nipples it is. It's inevitable what it is. I think the word we're looking for here is inevitable Yeah i again. it's it may be. There may not be there in the in the writing. It's certainly there in how it is perceived and that's ultimately what matters about art quote your own tweets here but please share any thoughts you may have on The notion that That man does not perform oral sex. Yeah that was That was weird. I mean i saw this thing for listeners. May not know because they have lives There was an interview with the makers of harley quinn which is a very adult oriented cartoon animated series Play around with the villains in the dc universe a lot but kind of the point they made in the interviews like yeah. Let's go crazy with the villains but when it came to the heroes. They were a little protective. When it came to batman we had a senior men was going down a woman and they said don't do that. We can't possibly do that. We have to sell toys and also heroes. Don't do that which is on its face. Move a little. It's just completely false. Because a the I maintain that the ears on the cowal. The bat years on the are there to be used as handles to directors efforts That's cannon as far as i'm concerned and be of course heroes do. That's what heroes put the needs of others over those of themselves. That is the definition that working definition of a hero so anyway on monday after those tweets and Just a lot of people making fun of this very ridiculous notion. I could ask to all things considered and speak to millions and millions of of tote bag toting americans and say essentially this and talk about phantom talk about how thankfully it's changing. It used to be that just there was nothing but You know we used to think that straight white middle aged dudes where the phantom Because they were the loudest and especially in the early days. The internet really seemed like that but as the as the phantom as the has has these things get bigger and unfortunately one of the things that superheroes are now kind of crowding out everything else so superheroes are now the mainstream right so now the phantom is bigger. There's always been career folks and women and people of color in the fan but now thanks to the internet they have more voices in the mix and whenever anything gets less monolithic it gets better just gets more varied and you get to tell more interesting stories and to to ask a question that is asked on pop culture. Happy hour every week. What is making you happy this week in this moment. Oh boy Well if if there's anything. I can impress upon your listeners. It's We are lady parts on peacock. Which is this pretty serious. Only six episodes because god bless the brits there in an ounce of fat around About this punk band made up entirely of young muslim women And it is just so funny and so bracingly original and it's really doing good work. To widen are very narrow Impression of what muslim women are. They're not the terrorists anymore. They're not the wives of terrorists. They're just women who are allowed to be on this. Show a new honest and very funny and kinda horny but still devout right. That's that's the great thing about the show. John was not even on my radar. But now it is making your next thing I'm gonna go basic everybody's talking about hacks tax great taxes. It's so good. It's so good because it is so smart about what What jean smarts humor would be like not necessarily funny but appropriate rigorously appropriate like exactly. That's who she'd be. Also also that Character play behind binder like she's conceptual not necessarily funny right. maybe together they can create something. This is everybody. I talk to him like like her jokes. You can't you wouldn't believe that she'd get on that stage and be funny You can believe that millions and millions of people would think she's funny absolutely and you would also believe that She had a could just character. Ava could get a job writing with very conceptual weird thing. Yeah hacks is incredible. It solves the problem of art within art perfectly. Yes could so often like if there's a movie about a musician you're like no or like you know a movie about like someone has written the greatest song in the world and then you hear it and it's like Opening even right opening scene of smashed your walks into that audition room and she starts singing and you're like yes okay. And then they cut to the shots of the of the casting directors and they're all oh my god like okay so you had to close. Yeah it's exactly the same thing it's a it's a. It's the studio sixty problem. Where we're supposed to believe that. These gilbert and sullivan rifts would would be something that the american public which would chew up a like a mainstream tells cnn absolutely not. Hey it's really smart. Yeah yeah. I mean it's she would exactly be that comedian she's rita redner a little dirtier invites the pantsuits. The pantsuits are body. Of course yes. Exactly what you'd wear of course of course was your take on studio sixty. Did you watch it. try to really desperately tried to. Because i'm still infatuated. Because i was just coming off the west wing and even even the west wing when it was kind of fallen off was still better than just about anything on the tv is was before the newsroom Kinda soured me on that dude for awhile. Because it was just so holier than thou but Yeah it it's this stocked academy of what. He thinks. A sketch comedy show would be right. He just he just thinks he can take his little hasty puddings with improve style humor and say yes. Millions of people. Which would this up. And sarah paulson as the greatest female sketch comedian in the world and her signature. Thing is i think. Juliette lewis impress. Yeah yeah as the christian with right as the devout christian sketch. She sang for a bit. I never missed an episode of hated. It it's my least favorite thing i've ever seen in. I never missed it. Try the newsroom. Sometimes you will get. You'll get insensitive. Get red in the face okay. I'm trying to do less hate watching. There's.
"glen" Discussed on Homophilia
"They do. Want me to Check levels watch me paste this pathetic kaluka where they powerful paralyzing. Perfect peccadillo reprecussions liberation. We got we what we have. Somebody who's Ocsar mike real to get this glimpse behind the literally behind the curtain. It looks like yeah. It's a full chris. Crocker leave britney alone situation. I do in fact that is a much better reference because this is actually The under the stairs storage at our cabin And i've been saying harry potter but we have to. We have to lose that cultural reference. Because fuck turn up with a new one and and leave. Britney alone is the perfect. What i think. I'm gonna use that from now. Great it's a moody or leave britney brittany alone. It's it's dog like it's what it is is just about. Yeah it's a it's a. Cw reboot of leave. Britney la And by the way it's a big day what is your was your take on the brittany news does your oh. I haven't caught up. I've been. I've been in tapings morning. What's what's the This is the emancipation stuff. Yes yes i guess. We're here hearing today. Where she is going to address the court for the first time. And i i think a very long time and she asked to do so by the time this comes out. I guess we'll know how it shook out. But and she has made it very clear she wants to be free from the conservatorship. I believe will be. I don't to doctors so maybe we won't know what happens by friday. Yeah yeah but you know. The the one public thing has been an instagram Post is not not one of her better not one of her more reassuring once it. She's she's answering questions. In nervously anxiously shifting from foot She was like so many of you asked what was my favorite business trip and it was like i don't feel like i've got a lot of questions for you. That's not one of them that is not but for the record. it is. Donatella versace flew out to italy and find indictor is her exact words she find it find starving and then diner all right. Let me airplane mode real quick. Oh we go all right. Oh we've we've been we've been doing it. Oh okay all right. If you don't mind if you don't mind giving people don't mind is that i will just say that i am delighted to be here. I feel kind of responsibility. Because i feel like i'm here to represent the homeless ner You know the folks who have been listening every damn week from the jump from gentlemen. The jump You know even if we don't know who the hell. The guest is look the way that many people will be listening to. This week will not know who the guest is. But stop that absolute regular outta here. It's just us regular. Joe and jane lunch pails out here. You know. we're listening. Dr. sox where we're walking the dog and we're imagining there. Were hanging out with matt dave. So so that has great answer. People listen to pop culture happy hour in very much the same way. Yeah i'd like to think so. That's the idea. The idea is that it's supposed to be Like sitting around at a bar with. Yeah so we're not only excited to have you glen weldon but also it feels like a bit of a mash up a collab- if you will well that's at you but on the show dave right right you have i. I was there when you were. Oh that's right. Yes yes yes yes. So this is just. This is a sequel. It is a sequel. it is. I just listened to a recent episode. I guess it was a week ago where you were all talking about Luca and one panelist briefly throughout the words. Call me by your name. But then no one came back to all of the gay undertones. And i thought that was going to be the majority of the discussion granted. I have seen the movie but yeah please speak on it Okay i mean. I thought we were going to come back to it too but it just. The conversation didn't go that way is to kind of just follow that and you know. There are arguments on both sides of this issue. I think they're certainly subtext. And the thing with A square focus that we look for subtext and we create subtext. Whether that is intended intention doesn't matter what you made is what matters and you made a film that you can read any way you want and i happen to fit three that there's something going on there but not everybody will and that's cool too okay. Which brings us. I suppose to anthony mackie's thoughts on the whole thing and the search for subtext in what i keep calling the talking snowman. Yeah as do. I do i. Can i refuse to talk colored anything else. Yeah i mean you know you take something as pure what was the other thing pure beautiful summa sexuality and which i heard okay. You're then you're not doing right. I'm sorry what was andrew take. He objected to people reading a queer subtext. And that's all they were saying that there's a there's a bromance there's there's a square subtext To the relationship between The falcon character and the winter soldier character. And it's just he was trying to be a straight guy trying to to display what he considers largesse as like. No no no. I don't read it that way. Because i can't just two men have a friendship can't just two men be friends and again. It doesn't matter what you think it. Would it matters what we can see. I mean this is. This is the whole batman robin thing. Right i mean yes. This is this i one could write a book about how And there's chapter in the book devoted to the idea where have to explain queer theory. You know queer semiotics to extensively the straight people. I think will be reading the book. It's like this. Is when you depict batman and robin dick grayson bruce wayne waking up in bed together To you writer to you artists might be. Oh they're just chums but To folks especially back in that time this was a strip. I think in the fifties. It doesn't matter what you think because the queer fokker out there and we're looking for a presentation anywhere we can find it even places where we can't and we create it and a medium like comic books and film where so much of it is body language and you know unspoken on on Textual is Communication and then that's where we can find it and for years we had to be content ourselves that we don't anymore and that's good but You know it's I i would ask. I would ask the street folks to just maybe shut the fuck up. Every because their objection does tell so much. It is it is. It feels like it's hold over. Its appeal holdover some earlier time. Who would be in your gay subtext hall of fame Well let's see I i think you got your Your sh sherlock holmes and watson..
"glen" Discussed on Homophilia
"Okay did give me your thoughts. I had no you got him. I know you've been holding them for me. What on karl nassib. Oh my god. I will first of all thank god. He's hot. that was honestly. That was my first thought. And i wish i were a better person than that but i saw the headline is like well. Let's find out if this is good news. And i saw pictures great news. It's great news. You know it led me down a rabbit hole of other great news. We're like on I think out dot com. It was just a a list of football players and a lot of them we have heard of and of course the thing about karl is that he is the first active. Nfl player but there are tons of college athletes apple who came out after they played Just just a good piece of queer history to You know context there was. I think it was on sportscenter. Now that i was watching somebody did a screen shot and post it. But there is a chiron on sportscenter and our so after carl nasa becomes i actively gay. Nfl player so he's just constantly he's just constantly fucking and certainly i would. Yeah no. i'm thrilled and it. Just you know it. It generally takes the just the one. Obviously i think our entire culture failed. Michael sam However many years ago that was that was Has to have been like an identity shredding fucking debacle for that guy and I i hope that our media has learned from its mistakes. And i hope that the nfl has learned from its mistakes. And i hope that this is just the first of many yeah. I do wanna to say that. Twitter is telling us that he is a registered republican and possibly a vocal trump supporter at. I don't have receipts on that but it is. There are a lot of tweets about it. So i do think there's something there and you need him to correct the record on that. Come come correct in some way shape or form before. I'm going to celebrate this in any way. Although i kept giving one hundred thousand dollars to the trevor project beautiful gesture. Yeah no question. Yeah obviously i hope he is not trumpy That would be a major bummer. But i was choose to believe otherwise. y- on the on the recently out Tip tip whatever I got to interview tj osborn. It should be up on esquire dot com by the time this drops but what was first of all if you haven't seen his video for or brothers osborne's video for younger me You really should look that up the songs beautiful the videos beautiful But he says something He you know he. Obviously he came out in time magazine in february with an interview with friend of the show. Sam lansky and And i think. I don't really remember from the interview but i think that gets into With me is he. Did the thing in talking to sam lansky that you do when you're just coming out that's like being guys not not the most important part of who i am. It's not it's not the biggest part of me. There's so many other things that i am before i'm gain whatever and and apparently sam lansky was like what if it is like. What if being gay is important thing about you. What if it's the biggest thing about you. And that like that has resonated with him over the last four months so strongly and it's like we're now seeing an artist a country artist work those issues out like in real time onstage video and music and it's like it's it's it's. I truly hope that we can get him on this show up so i'm excited to read that interview. Thanks it's going to be great. I'm very very pleased. He's such an interesting guy But yeah i mean it's just like these these are conversations we don't really have in the culture you either like out and you're colton underwood and you're you know you're here or my top ten yeti coolers for pride or whatever you go directly into being like an icon or whatever but you don't get into the messy issues of figuring yourself out an untying the knots you've been trying for decades. Whatever i didn't think it would be a country artist. Who's going to do it. But it feels like he is well. Another very notable out. Entertainer is here with us this week. Who my guidance that is. I think it's safe to call him friend of the show will then you know him from pop culture. Happy hour. The fabulous npr podcast. He his a smarty and a and a pop culture genius He is written cultural. Analysis of superman batman. His third book is out. Now it is the npr podcast startup. Guide if you are thinking about starting a podcast of your own give it. A read is got much wisdom and experience to share And he's he's just such an interesting and funny guy. I'm so glad we finally got him. And what a sweet sweet soulful guy too he gets vulnerable with us and such a great way just love talking to him. Yeah he's he's a dream dream glen. Well then.
Surfside Building Collapse: How Did This Happen?
"Mentioned earlier. The very capable. Search teams of miami dade fire rescue will of course work through this night at the scene of that collapse of the high rise oceanfront condo just north of miami beach finding people alive priority number. One also urgent the effort to find out just what it is that brought down not one but two sections of that structure that have stood for decades. Our report tonight from nbc. News correspondent sam brock in the wake of destruction and tragedy. Critical question hangs over this ocean front community and it looks like a bomb went off. How could this have happened. I've never seen a collapse like that. Didn't involve some sort of earthquake. Or something else the champlain. Tower south condo building constructed in one thousand nine hundred eighty one is twelve stories high containing one hundred and thirty four units and it began sinking years ago. According to a recent report from florida international university looking at thousands of buildings that particular building identified as buildings that moved Nine hundred ninety s shimon veto vince. Ski says in the nineties. The building was sinking two millimeters a year. Though it's unclear if that continued or contributed to today's collapse officials say work on the building's roof has been ongoing in would've likely involved in inspection and a permit. Structural inspections are also required. After forty years. A big question will be. Why did the structure stand for forty years and then fall this morning to answer that. The american society of civil engineers glen bell says. Investigators will examine samples of slab in concrete from the debris. What's in the rubble could be inciteful to investigators. The way it's piled up way that the pieces are broken can tell you a lot of to the train. Die about how the failure initiated where it might have initiated contractor. Greg schlesinger has worked on other complexes in the area. There are two items here. Concrete and steel if the steel is exposed and loses structural integrity. The concrete fails instantaneously. That's how fans
The Most Important Clinical Skills To Learn That Improve Client Outcomes
"Want to just say we won't have time to go into each and every one of these skills but people might be wondering 'cause line you mentioned just a moment ago that there are eight skills at military had referencing the bucks so just to list them and we might look into a couple of these in more depth accurate empathy acceptance positive regard genuineness focus hope eve location and then lastly offering information nodes ice so just to what people's appetites perhaps on what would be available to them if they were to read on and one of the things that glen and i were talking about the store. You all joined us terry was. Is there a skill of those eight that you would consider to be perhaps more important than the others kinda would win out if you had to choose one of her. Would that be if i only teach one of them. It would be accurate empathy. It's the largest effect size of any. It's been around long time. we understand it. Well know what it looks like in how to learn it and we use the first of the chapters on specific methods in our book for that reason that it's the one that just most consistently is associated with better client outcome hard to make the argument against it. Because i i mean i would probably choose them but to believing. Let me make the case for genuineness. Because genuineness is a skill that first of all it's hardest wanted to define it was the hardest chapter two right for me and we almost didn't put it in because the research for it is not as maybe as wrong or pithy as it is for the other characteristics but there is a pretty good case to be made for the fact that all of the other therapists skills. Don't really make a difference if there's not genuineness present. What good is empathy without genuineness would good is acceptance without genuineness and to me. This is a really important skill. Also because i teach a lot of graduate students in brand new therapists and this is always an issue for them right. They don't feel genuine because there's some new and awkward at it and a lot of times by task is to help shape them towards being more themselves as they're trying to do this therapy thing and sometimes i feel like that's my biggest task so i really think the power of genuineness can't be overlooked when you're talking about which when you laying messed
Glenn Kirschner's Top Line Thoughts on the Criminal Probe of Trump Organization
"To be joined today by my friend. Former federal prosecutor for many decades but not five decades like andrew. Giuliani claims that he's been in politics even though he's only thirty five years old and also hosted the justice matters podcasts. Justice matters youtube channel because welcome glen kirschner. Glenn welcome are you doing. I'm doing well thank you. It's been an interesting day so far in the news. I know biden just signed the anti asian hate act and hate crimes act and i think that that's a great speech that you made and we've got a lot going on and boy the investigative pressure. The legal troubles are mounting for the former guy as we learned just last night that not only is the new york attorney general tips james teaming up with Vance on the trump organization investigation making her civil suit also criminal investigation but that she has had a criminal investigation open against weisselberg. Cfo the trump organization and sent a letter letting them all know back in january. She's been doing this for months now. And i find that fascinating. And i was hoping to get your top line thoughts so top line thoughts are okay. What do we know based on this announcement by attorney general james and what can we reasonably infer. Well what we know. Is that if you're the target of an investigation and it goes from being a civil investigation to being a criminal investigation. We know that's bad for you. That's bad for donald trump. that's bad for the trump organization because civil investigations are all about money. All somebody can do to the target of a civil investigation is you know levy fines and penalties and make them pay restitution and then maybe at the most extreme they can prohibit you from running a business in the future kind of like when james shut down the trump charity and when she went after and is still going after the nra. But you know what civil doesn't land anybody in prison. Criminal can land people imprisoned. So we know that's bad for donald trump. We also know that too. Prosecutorial heads are better than one right. So tisch james has a full staff of lawyers with experience and expertise in certain areas and advance. The district attorney for manhattan has a whole battalion of lawyers with experience and expertise in certain areas. The fact that these two offices are jordan joining forces. I think spells real trouble for trump and
The Future of Using Technology to Solve Marketing Problems
"So then future of tech. I have the pleasure of speaking to a clint brunch or going to speak about probably marketing and some other interesting stuff. yeah. So hello glen. How're you hello. good. I'm doing great just trying to survive like everyone. Yeah so maybe. The best thing to start is the beginning. Get somewhere around twenty years ago. Nineteen ninety-seven us decided to Found the new company. Take me to the journey. Why while tap-in the you know let was the driving forces behind this decision. I'll tell you. So when i was going through actually going through architecture school and during that time in architecture school i was part of a generation that got to use technology for the first time in that field so lapped we doing everything on laptops and everything was digital based in. We're creating animations of spaces and the industry of architecture is still very. Was that time very old school right. Everything's done with pencil and t squares and we were part of this new generation so everything that we were doing was sort of against the grain and of course there's some people it architecture who would embrace that this is the future in there others. Of course you know legacy architects of course that would say oh. You're not able to get the same touch on a on an idea drawing and so of course you know we're young. We embrace embrace that idea. I realize though that i loved using technology to problem solve. But i didn't really enjoy the future of the industry because it seemed very top down. That is if you wanted to do something important. In the industry you had to wait. Twenty years so being naive as i was I looked at advertising and thought well maybe an advertising ideas come quicker and for young adults. And there's a more of a space for that.
How to Double Your Progress
"How do you achieve double time progress. How do you make your dreams come true faster. How do you make your goals happen faster. Too many great people failed to reach their full potential because they got discouraged and they did show up the next day. Part of achieving double is decreasing the frequency in which discouragement kills the next day part of achieving double. Getting devil time progress is realizing how much you lose when you get discouraged. You've learn to identify the time when i feel discouraged and instead of going to grab food when you feel discouraged or instead of going to watch social media instead of doing something like that no unique. Okay i feel discouraged. Let me honor that. I feel discouraged. Because i really wanna chief. I really wanna give. I really want to serve. I really wanted to be a person of excellence. But you know what i compared myself. Maybe i shouldn't have done that in other words instead of using discouragement as a reason to go like not be your best or eat. Food browse analyze. Little bit go. Where's this coming from. It's coming from positive intent. You're discouragment is coming from the positive intent that you want to be better and give better and succeed so then ask what's the next right action of integrity means what something i could do right now. Just move forward a little bit. And i think it's really important and what i'd love for you to do. Is i glen right down as fast as you can in your journal. What are some of the reasons you achieved how much you already have like. What's what's some of the things that you do. That does keep you on track. What's the things you do that you can celebrate honor recognizes strength recognize. Something that is working for you. Please write it down in your journal. Because here's thing to achieve double what you're doing when you can stay more disciplined to what works. Obviously that's gonna move the
Alex Rodriguez, Marc Lore to Buy Minnesota Timberwolves
"Teeming with billionaire Mark Laurito by the Minnesota Timberwolves and Minnesota Lynx. ESPN says the price tag is in the range of one half billion dollars. Majority owner Glen Taylor expected to retain control of both teams for the next Two years before the former major leaguer and Laurie take over in 2023, A Rod had previously been a part of an unsuccessful bid to buy the New York Mets. Next updated
"glen" Discussed on Trek Capsule
"The is one of our recipes. Now. There was a drink that McCoy really liked fifteen like the middle go ahead. It was. Think it was a mint Julep I think it was. Something like. Finnegans folly or something like that. It was something along those lines and he said he he makes fantastic. You know finnegans folly or whatever the drink was and you it's like. Okay but I, bet you think it's only mentioned in one episode really obscure. But so I mean on a we didn't come across that one became that we associated with McCoy was the mint julep from. The. Other side of Paradise Mentoring. Yeah. He he's. He's a good old southern boy I'll tell you. What we did some research into that and that's definitely in that. No that's cool. Cool. Drink. Book's fantastic and Star Trek interesting connection I think star Trek because cocktail the world of cults mythology its own stories in its own legends things and I think that fits in quite well, with Star Trek fans I think they they love the mythology and legends and continuity and I think it's a surprisingly good a good match. We have law fun seeing the recipes with the people and. Getting illustrates it is a nice package that book. Now. It's funny because there's a company that actually sells. Star Trek Wines Chateau Picard. Klingon blood wine is being sold Really amazing stuff and apparently people are are jumping on. I know I mean I can see why I mean. It's quite funny to feel that you'll having from chassis caught whether it really comes the vineyard where they were. They've been filming scenes in said calls, which I think is actually filmed in. California's in in France but. It's a nice feeling to feel like you're sharing drink with your with your favorite characters in the show. The last comic con covered They had a star Trek exhibit on Star Trek. Picard they had a lot of his uniforms and they had crates of wine net had said Chateau Picard, and you can actually buy the wine glasses that says Chateau card and vintages on it, which is great slowly. Chande I ended up buying those glasses for me and my wife and I glass of wine we had. We had it in in Chateau Picard after I got back from the trip. So that was fun. That's lovely I. Mean it's Nice to be able to do things like that, and I think people will enjoy being able to make drinks at least seen in the show. And Kind of fun to be able to do that, know to be a bit creative if you're going to have a drink have something from the future. Why not then? Talk about your your doctor who work. well, I used to work on WHO Magazine in the U. K. Germany. Matt Sniff during the Matt Smith Era. Though we got to rights the simultaneous John Ross we go to ride some comic stories I go to write some stories Around. The the eleventh doctor and we were allowed to use amy and rory as well. So it was quite nice. Oh Yeah I had a chance to meet Matt. It's funny. I met him. I. Interviewed Him at the beginning of his of his run and at the end of his run. So wild. But that was the fiftieth anniversary which was really really cool. Yes. Yes I. Love that was a great and also there was a Very Funny Alternative Fiftieth Anniversary have. You seen that? Yes I have an tastic absolutely fantastic I love that. Perfection in that as well, and it was very nice to have the two things to see..
"glen" Discussed on Crimeatorium
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"glen" Discussed on Crimeatorium
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"glen" Discussed on Crimeatorium
"She was able to get in contact with him on the phone and the to arrange to meet at cleats grandmother's home. The two then drove to Sean House and on the way she explained to clear that she had messed up real bad. She had hit a white guy he was still in her garage. Upon arrival to Sean Tastes House clete went into the garage and saw Mr big sticking out of the windshield. Then grabbed a rake and poked at Mr Bigs to see if he was still alive, but he didn't move. CLETE Jackson determine for himself that Mister bigs was deceased. And came up with the plan of moving his body so that it could be found in the family could bury him. He called his cousin tyrone for help and movie mister big spotty which tyrone agreed to do. Clean Sean Tae borrowed a car from cleats girlfriend in order to transport Mr. Big Spotty. Shanty, retrieved a blanket from inside the house and then two men wrapped mister bigs body in the blanket and put him in the trunk of the car. Sean Tae. Tyrone and clete drove to Cobb park opened up the trunk. Then Clinton tyrone removed mister bigs and put him on the ground. The three then took off taking the blanket with them to nearby car wash were they disposed of it? Gregory Glen Biggs was born on August sixteenth nineteen, sixty four in Texas to Dell and Meredith bigs. He married Tammy Biggs in nineteen, eighty two after she became pregnant. They. Had One son Brandon? who was born in Nineteen, eighty three. A year later Greg began showing signs of mental illness. Tammy was not prepared to deal with this and the two divorced in Nineteen, eighty four. Greg was eventually diagnosed with bipolar and mild schizophrenia which he took medication for. Greg saw brandon whenever he could. It was difficult because he was living in homeless shelters off and on. He ended up homeless due to helping a friend out financially and falling behind on his truck payments. He lost his job as a brick mason as a result and eventually lost his home. The director of the shelter he was staying at during the time of the incident. Case, gags stated that several weeks before greg was killed a letter arrived in the mail for him. Inside. Was a picture of a boy wearing football uniform and asking his father to call him. She told Grad to call his son to let him know he was okay and Greg did. Greg was described as handsome, hard working, friendly and carrying. He liked to spend time with Brandon and he always made sure he knew how much she loved him. Greg never lost hope that his life would get better. He had plans to run his own masonry business with a friend he met in a homeless shelter. The to lost contact for a time. Sadly, when this friend tried to get a hold of Greg, in October two, thousand one to discuss their business plans. He was unable to. Later on he was sad and when he read about what happened to his friend in the newspaper. Todd breedlove of firefighter in Texas finished his she asked seven am on the morning about Tober Twenty-seventh. He was the only one there. So as he was locking up the gate, he was approached by two older gentlemen. These men informed breed loud that there is a body and Cobb Park and they believed that whoever it was was dead. Breeds lip drove the half mile the park in his personal vehicle and spotted a white male down in his observation deceased. He dialed nine one one while doing. So made his way to the body. The body of Mr Big's was called to the tach. He was not breathing and there was no pulse. Brandon Biggs was a senior in high school at the time of his father Greg's death. He was left with the task of ranging the funeral. The funeral was held on October thirty, first two, thousand, one in Dallas. Braden, in his girlfriend, his mother Tammy Greg sister and Brandon's maternal grandparents were the only people that attended the funeral. Hitting mister bigs with her car Sean Tae ended up losing her job due to being unable to drive. Her Electricity had been turned off to her house. Because of these reasons she lived with Ti until January at which time Sean Tae was able to get another job. She ended up moving back into her home and even started dating a man named Derek. After months of arrests and not being questioned about the incident. Sean must have felt she had gotten away with killing Mr, big's and disposing of his body. Around, Valentine's of two thousand Twelve Sean Tae and a group of friends planned on going out for the night. Sean mentioned to the friends that she was unable to drive. Explaining that she had hit a man while intoxicated and high on ecstasy. It has been stated that she giggled while saying this. She also informed the women that she left the man in her garage while she had sex with her boyfriend terence. She also stated that the two went to the garage and listen to the man's pleas for help. She told them how they waited until the man died then disposed of his body at Cobb Park. Whether olive this is entirely true or not is not known this Asante count as given to a group of friends and it's possible that she embellished. One of the girls that was at the get together was Miranda Daniel. Miranda was distressed by what she heard that night and visited her mother the next day and repeated to her what Sean Tae had said. Miranda's mother implored her to call the police and she dead. The police were able to piece together who shontae was by what Miranda disclose to them in the police call. On February twenty, six, two, thousand, and two more than a dozen officers arrived at Sean Taste home with a search warrant. She. Answered the front door in her robe and broke down when she saw the officers. I'm not a bad person. She was quoted as saying it was just an accident. It happened so fast I've never even had a speeding ticket. The officers searched the garage and found the nineteen ninety seven gold Chevrolet Cavalier. The seats have been removed. In fact, a good portion of the interior was gone as well as the windshield. They also noticed a dark stains on the floor and the garage. PERINCIC officers were called to the scene where they found blood and hair from the victim still lodged in the remnants of the car's windshield. Shanty accompanied the officers to the police station and gave a statement. It differed from the account that Miranda. Daniel gave. Sante initially claimed that someone slipped her the ecstasy tablet in a drink at the club. She denied having sex with her boyfriend while Mr Bigs stuck in the windshield of her car in the garage. Sean Tae stated officers the after Mr Biggs was removed from the wind shelled. She couldn't go into her.
"glen" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"That's what it's like you know. There's a lot of things that happened When you have multiple creative forces writers producers directors and the makeup that you're creating and when you get in there sometimes they want to change and it's done you know so you got a director that love to writers that want change something after all these meetings. Zehr the money spent and we're putting in front of the camera. There's always all these external pressures that you have to deal with them. So I'm trying to like I said anyway. The conditions work under the trailer all the time force them to think on their feet and whatever you want this uses did a great job in writing that challenge novum freak out and you know Loses their mind is pretty impressive. Yeah definitely I you there but It's it's great. Also that you mentioned the that the cord judges yourself the and Patrick atop serve all come back this season. I think that it meant a lot to hear all of you. It was great as a fan of makeup. And I've been reading books on it and just paying attention to it but I just you know I'm more of a fan than anything else but it was. It's great to hear your comments and critiques. And you know I learned a lot just as a fan of makeup on what you guys say instruct them and and how things are done. So that's part of the cool part of the show for me that I enjoy awesome. And that's an element that there's one change between last season in this season that we're focusing on that element even more learning experience for all of us the first season and you know we have the storm working with and now we know exactly how things go as far as timing out. And we're focusing more on three in that knowledge being a little more Focus on illustrating the techniques and describing what it is gone. Why were judging them? Certainly. Having that degree there's confusion lasting at home kind of why does that person and that person's day honestly difficult. It's pretty obvious the top three in the bottom Viagra you making the decision of the users and then he gets an episode really technical logistical aspects. That were pouring over and dean. Patrick and I just values as far as looking for what we're judging So we try and earn the season. The May exactly clear. And try to turn up that aspect of the show the aspects wherein we're showing the audience illustrating how things are done and why we're looking at specific things. Yeah it's it's my favorite Non Scripted show or unscripted. Show on Scifi. It's just a because it's so related to the business and I think that's Whoever came up with the ideas? Great idea and it's really cool to watch you know all of you and I admire all your work All through all three of you and then the guest stars to are no are coming. So it's just a lot of fun to watch and I'm always willing to see what comes up next. I know that you might be able to say too much on this one but you did work on on. Cherney to mysterious island You only can ask. You is because it is based on a ver- novel that give you a little bit more freedom than than maybe. The Hunger Games did such a wells in ferns thing and to the point where the entire sort of new fascination size because of deals like sort of this weird niche saying that We'll do you get creative. Ownership over that of course are not ours but because the popular yields attached to them and then when things are found and they've become extremely sober. Suppose that sort of away takes away from me a little bit an extremely excited when I got the call this honest. It's one specific thing bats doing this and it's Sashi cool piece of films are your here to me has really can't discuss it. Sure there were probably a ton of other make-up's and things that were in there and you know I really focus and was utilized one's specific shelves the creation of sweet. Oh the one thing we got. The I got the fish. This would have been great great. That's when that works out that way you know it's pretty good and I know you're busy and I really appreciate your time but I know that you worked on Buffy and Angel Did you do the makeup for Hush? Is that one of yours we did. Yes I know. I object today when I started out here. I was like every sex artist. So you jump around and I worked for other companies. A lot in between working trout eventually settle their supervisor and funding company up but yes in the buffy Angel X. Files at multiple stops working on. We had puffy for. Its entire run up until WANNA say it was using six seven seven and then they were just getting on in the series and their budget started to really get restrictive and ended up working somebody else and same with angel around the exiles wasn't Santa for we have a lot of people. Ask Us you know what we did or didn't do I think it was season three or four. When you gotta remember it time we were working on that stuff you know I was. I was an artist and I'm getting a lot of things you're working on at one time. He Angel Exiles Roswell links and it was around then when we started doing crossing Jordan which is so I was really called I in silicone forensic stuff led to New York. I'm actually on my way into work. And it's New York egg right now cool. So it's Kinda hard to differentiate on Kunis. What and we were just working eighteen hours a day seven days a week long. It was awesome. Wow gotta we kinda shocked going on in new designs and new challenges. A Lotta Fun Do you communicate that? That's what the life could be for these young artists as they get into the business of the they know what to expect a little bit on the show. You know when when people come in with sort of a mediocre skill set. It's not really about the service. In general I get all the kids school and and it doesn't look like they're putting that much into it and they send out this. You know picture resume of just a bunch of things are really for League. Done Tech Savvy and then you get other kids that are in the first month of school and there were already looking housing who spectacular. Sort of. Just you know tell people look I. I understand that the idea of doing this is extremely exciting. I I get it was the reality of it is. If you can't even get yourself to sit down under your own office work years. Nobody's forcing you to change. And you're not getting yelled at if you can't do that. We hours a day was a level posture meditation level commitment and discipline to learn how to sculpt. And it's not a matter of you know when you're GONNA get your job and have some. That's not going to happen correct. You can't do that of your own volition out of a passion for it. You do not want to do this for a living and I'm not being a jerk when I say that. Just you don't WanNa do it for the first time you locked in a room for an hour days in the pressures on and they're making changes in the middle of the night you're going to really don't like I'd rather do something else for with some people make them realize that's what the license and onset as Welton huge long days with a lot of pressure extremely rewarding. But you it. You're not going to end up doing it for even all your current dreams come true and you get the job you want and you get to the shop where you get to the set the some rigorous things to do for a living. Yeah very difficult and so And it also takes an amazing amount of flexibility. Your ego constantly have people that aren't affects her changing your work and understanding that your commercial artists and ultimately contributing much bigger piece of art. And you got to do what it is they want you to. Do you have to do it? Well not because you want to do x y you got to get their vision out of their head in three dimensions but like yeah like I've always. My philosophy is as far as creating makeup is. You're not really doing makeup. You're you're you're enhancing and also creating a character that and in some cases it's never been seen before so it's really more character base than actually just creating a monster or something. That's the way I've always looked at you absolutely you know shows. I do a meeting for every episode. Paul nine hundred ninety nine cents myself still every other week for every show that I work on every two hundred meeting so the two. Then you've got a few days them up with the idea and budget and get it through hole and hopefully you haven't shrunk T- GERBILS launderer. We can have and we not Pfleger in front of the camera and there's no time like there is some film to let them see the sculptures job or see the volume the monster and so what become the most important part of the job is your ability to synthesize the information that's being shared verbally and a singular meeting thought your gene then using words get an engineer had created the way that producers directors writers wanted and somehow managed to make that happen with no misteps to close enough to the vision in their head that when re roles in front of the cameras like. Wow that's awesome. That's exactly what we want it and that's a very difficult thing to do because it's not one person right here doesn't go. I wanted to this one of the and you don't have six months to pick a couple stabs at the budget and ties. Not there you gotta get it right because they're not even going to sit in front of the camera and they're not happy with it. Then they're not happy with the final product and you're not gonNA have client very. Yeah so my job is when you get into the room the first meeting. It's just trying to pull out using.
"glen" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The couldn't be the voice Glen more. Say that was about ninety one when I joined I was at that time making cakes making pastries in counting on first and singing the weekends. And I on the guys for quite some time. And they decided it was time to get a singer. And I decided I was fed up making cakes and to a hitchhike stone to slide show with my Rick Saka, my back and never came back. We're gonna play one of your future songs. Don't along doing an old ho sorry. Don't alot. Yeah. A new car. King. Sean, really. Tugs at your heartstrings, doesn't it? Absolutely. It's it's it's one of greats this back to the fifth century and. Just a picture of heartbreak.
"glen" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"To the Glen Doherty memorial foundation. That's awesome. So we're we'll we'll be like the high forties. I don't know what the exact number is going to be. But I think it's going to I think it's going to work out to be forty seven thousand or forty eight something like that which is way way more than I thought would have even been possible. So let's talk a little bit about Bob's naturals. Because I think you know, some people are going to be listening to this. And they're going to hear that it's from bovine cowhide, whatever type of thing, and they're going to be wondering more about it. Like, you said Google could be your friend here. But I think it would be helpful to explain a little bit more about the product. Is it USDA is it FDA? Is it something like that that people can have some assurance that they're taking a quality product. And what might be in it? Yeah. Yeah. For sure. So so there's a lot of college in on the market, and you get a lot of different price points and literally collagen comes from two sources, assuming we're talking about cow college, and there are other forms of college in there's pork collagen. There's marine collagen fish collagen. What's the difference? Well, it's all the hide or is all the from the bone. So you see a lot of bone broth and bone collagen products, and that's a slightly. It's a similar amino profile, but not exactly the same. So bone is a little bit cheaper and bone is a little bit harder on your digestive system. So that those are the negatives against it. So it's a great product. But it's not for everyone. It can be a little bit tough on you. So the the the premium product for health benefits is always been considered the hide that is that direct connective tissue. That is a little bit easier to digest has a great amino profile and really kind of expound so's health benefits. We talked about earlier. So when I say, it's cowhide I mean, just that it is the cowhide. It is the throw away. From the slaughterhouse. When you take that hide. And you throw it into this big like lime slurry and all that does is it basically that citrus stuff like boost the amino profile of the amino acids that are already sitting inside delicious. Oh, it's good stuff. And you throw in a washing machine. And you cook it Andy grinded into powder as nasty. Is. That's why I love it so much is that there's no mystery ingredient. There's no like, you know, thing you can't pronounce on the jar. It's literally ground up cowhide. So that's pretty simple. And when it's marine collagen is fish scale. Like Noah's eaten fish scale. Noah's cooking with it. It's a throw away. So you're up cycling a lot of these byproducts as part of going. I do. Yeah. Yeah. Well, and I told you Sean, you know, back in a former life working life sciences company. I was looking at a process manufacturing facility in part of our raw material was bovine serum. So of course, I had to go to a slaughterhouse into the kill zone and see just how those things function, and we talked about this about, you know, those spices. There's nothing that goes to waste literally everything gets used. And that's what you're talking about here. This is just yet. Again, another byproduct that comes out. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's wild right to think that like what are they going to do with that little chunk over there? Oh, that's going to be made into some sort of hand lotion. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Dog food or whatever it will be juice. That goes in the dog food that gets the, you know. Yeah. It's just crazy. All the stuff. They ended up using it for. Yeah. It really is. And so when you know when I discovered college, and then I realized how simple it was that was really attractive to me..