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"glenn hurricane schwartz" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

06:36 min | Last week

"glenn hurricane schwartz" Discussed on Doughboys

"There to get my cheese steaks. I don't remember the name of it anymore. I do remember that. I saw local philadelphia. Weatherman glenn hurricane schwartz there. When i got a cheese steak one time but like a couple of years ago i had friends going to philly and i was like oh go to gino's i just picked one of the two and then those friends got back to me and they were like those aren't good places anymore and you know what it's just it's low quality me and with on bread. It's like it's. They're all kind of pretty close together. Now how is this guy named the hurricane glazer glenn the hurricane schwartz. He was doing a thing where he i think he was having fun with how. We looked because he was kind of a smaller guy with glasses. Who looked very nerdy. And his name was glenn schwartz. But his name was glenn like hurricane shorts that there is nothing about this guy that would make you think. This guy is a is a hurricane. When i played football they called me hurricane mitch and it was because there was a hurricane mitch just like around that time. So they call me hurricane mitch but was like very bad so like it was never it was never a i was. I mean it was kind of ironic is never anything cool about it wa. I've told you that. I remember the first scrimmage i ever got in. I heard one of the coaches coach. Glendon yell get mitchell out of there is gonna get himself killed. I heard that old. From the sideline was in the scrimmage and then another time like the coaches like locked in the equipment shed. It was not cool. It was definitely ironic but it was a win. You took me on a driving tour of quincy massachusetts. You insisted on making a stop at equipment. Shed where you were locked inside during football practice like you made a point of taking just me to see that i did and then it was weird. I i got in. I was like go ahead. Lock me in there deserve. It wasn't some sort of punishment or something. Why did they lock in there. You know they were funny. Coach carter and coach krizan. They were like they were like. Hey like hey mitch or check what it see. If there's like a pat on the back of this shit. And i was like you lock me in here so i like one end. And then they close the door resigned. It was fun we everyone had fun and then they let me out the next morning and it was. It was great. I really longed for that sort of relationship by didn't play any sports but i would have loved some good nature like pranking or something from coach that would have been great in highschool in gym class. I had a coach. Coach frank o. That went the opposite way as a gym teacher. Any tried to connect with me on like what he thought. My interest were so he would always be like W- anger you see the new star trek star. I think deep space nine. At that point i was never a star trek person so it was just like him kind of like identifying me as a nerd but also use just taking a wild stab that you would like but you would like star trek. This is how i view you and i. It was not how i would viewing myself up. Until that point you despite plenty of indicators. I should have caught onto jack's perception of them that there is that is just like one thing. It's like if. I got this guy a jack off star wars star trek. That's what it's all about. It's like you can like like. I'm an holt. Sure but i i was gonna say you get like you. Don't have to be a nerd. Jack off to star wars the start i was going to say it's like you'll have like it's it's like there's a intersecting olympic rings nerd dumb right where it's like like you don't necessarily know you may know about star. Wars not know about battle star galactica. Are you may know about comic books but not know about pro wrestling. You know but it all kind of gets viewed as hey glob you might know. All of them are known and not know how to jack off. That could make it was. There was like a jack off. Sorry to keep the standard. Follow up question i remember from that was he would say he. There's a lady captain on the. I think it was deep space nine. But he i think would wager. Voyager may okay. Chain janeway shows That well that's what he was trying to connect with neon and there was a hint of innuendo in his timing out that there was a lady cap. That's always a funny. That's always like a funny thing like when those guys will try to connect to like a teenager on something sexy. Don't walk in no up so you gave a cheese steak thoughts more broadly than that. I mean are there foods that make you think of home whether they are whether it's something home-cooked whether it's something whether it's a local chain Whether it's a standalone location. Yeah i even more than cheese steaks. I like hoagies. Which is the sort of adelphia specific word for sub sandwiches. And there's a. There's a place in my neighborhood of the steak and hoagie factory that we would get For take out a lot. And i like that and then I actually a food. That pops into my head at about when i think about home is stromboli which is kind of sort of like a cow's zone. It's like a cheese and steak inside like a baked joe. Do not know that lager. No i've had. I've had stromboli as before like like. I was intrigued to learn. This is like a local pennsylvania. Thing i yeah. No i've gotten stromboli is all the time. No you're excited about it. Yeah yeah there's plenty of places that will do a cheese steak stromboli. And i why we'll have that when i go back. And that's not a good thing to get before getting on an airplane or at least off of an airplane but my main thing is I really do love philly soft pretzels. And i have a real problem with eating all of them. If they're in front of me. I cannot stop eating them. We were just talking pretzels. Just just before this watson. I and we were talking specifically that we're software like the software. We're soft guys. We like them..

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"glenn hurricane schwartz" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

08:16 min | Last week

"glenn hurricane schwartz" Discussed on Doughboys

"Use a cane got cancelled appointment. I want to i at cbs wags. I got got the I got the shot in. I was thinking of like a treat. Afterwards and my mind didn't go to any sort of like Like how are you will get a lawley ray. Some sort of dessert. I wanted like some i treat or treat after after. I got the shot but i didn't. I didn't feel like getting an ice cream. Or anything. I i got myself a new. Kfc chicken sandwiches instead. How is that chicken sandow. Why they gonna tell you. We haven't had it on the poverty. It's good wow. It's good as far as the shot goes. I do people say they can feel the shot going through them. I felt the shot going through me. Lay just that's like any injection or you mean in a more pronounced way then a priest. I guess i guess any injection you kinda feel it or whatever you feel it coursing like three your brett your veins. I could feel it well first of all. I'm not afraid of devil anymore. I embrace him. That's another cloud. That's a side effect. And i think bill gates we should worship him and he's a god but i also felt like it was going through my body. I felt like the felt like there was juice going through me. I felt i felt. I felt it. I felt it and then a couple of people said they and our guest was nodding. So i so i wonder if our guest degrees but i felt it. I felt that when they when they gave me the shot. Do you think there's a chance that in lieu of the covid vaccine you're actually given some sort of Or super soldier serum. I think that's a possibility. Wow we'll watch this story as it develops. It wouldn't matter. Because i would just be lazy still even if i had superpowers i just kind of sit around and do fucking thing. Is that hancock thing is that will smith is like an handcock trip. I just ripped off hancock. I don't know. I haven't seen it all right. How do you how to spoon. Nation embarrassed always embarrassed. But here's a little drop. Lags mixing think get a. Wow wow. that's the drop. Who who i guess was if you told me was sung by out about believe it Abba they say abba abba abba abba zaba to me. That it was good. It's a candy bar. No i know what. I know what it is because it's a food themed podcast that abbott would be abbas aba. Jesus christ i feel bad that are we got our guests here. he should have been some original vocals. They're always impressive when it's the gabba. Abba abba abba anyways. Abba abba abba abba. Abba abba was the saying anyway. Hey boys my girlfriend was. Nice enough to indulge me and sing the lyrics to this dumb mama. Mia parody lovely mrs mitchell. Yeah he made his girlfriend saying it. It should be exco front. As i guess. A current and praise to go to her people can follow her at at. Mc dot do lci mic dulcie. I guess on instagram. Why thank you so much for playing it. Sincerely alfredo fuentes. Solis fuentes at alfredo of o. L. frago oh film geek on twitter once again for our our live show. Thank you all freight. Oh and thank you. Jeff for her vocals. I people who saw our live show our live tournament. Finale witnessed how you got ever closer to camera as the show progressed. You didn't just did the same thing trying to read. You need reading glasses do you. Have somebody macular degeneration. I just put on some glasses right now but these are blue screen glasses rate. Which don't really help. But maybe i do. I i mean i i. It was. The type was smaller. The font was small. It was written in a font that got smaller as it progressed. Because that's sorta seemed like ms. Let's introduce our guest issues our guests for god's sakes long overdue. We're very very excited to have them here. A writer and actor from big mouth and new girl. Joe wenger hijo. Our you great. We're doing doing great. Yeah we're good. Thanks for having me. Thank you for making time for us now. Joe mitch's right now wearing a name gang t shirt for a beloved doboy. Yes christine nangle. You have worked with angle but also are from the same neck of the woods. You are from pennsylvania. Yes yes. I'm from philadelphia proper. I'm from like ten fifteen minutes outside of the city. And i think when you wednesay is to boston it sounds like yes. Yes very similar to that. We knew each other at ucsb new york but we never really liked hung out in. It wasn't until we were working on kroll show together that we Put it together that we are from the same Zone and there were like four writers on that show that we're all from the philly area which is very odd. There was now. Wasn't that big of a staff on the comedy. Central sketch philadelphia was well represented. Do have you know of the schuylkill river. I do know of the schuylkill river. Yeah i wrote. I wrote on it. I wrote on the schuylkill river in in a boat. I i i i wrote. I don't like to admit that i wrote. I mean i talk about on the podcast. We talk about it every other we talk about you. Talk about everything they know. Every you're out me you an nc double a. Athlete you road crew. I wrote group. But i but i yes. I'm like i knew also crew was like in some ways. I was embarrassed by. I wasn't great at it either. There's another thing. I was just trying to lose weight. Which which i did. At that point. I became a little bobblehead like i told you. I put a still had zero confidence. But it was rolling on the schuylkill. And and it's a it's a beautiful. That whole area is very beautiful. That yeah in philly. Yeah obviously give very like there's like it's wooded near the schuylkill and like that's like At nice if i if i if you wanna have a more scenic route back to the airport. That's a nice way to go very windy road. Some both houses now back then when like this is my freshman year of college or whatever but they like. I remember my mom and dad like while i was wrong. They went and got pat's and gino's and they brought up. They brought the both of them mac. Oh yeah for like a head to head for a head to head but then since then like philadelphians hate pat's and gino's right like aren't they like they're bad that's kind of that's the opinion on them. These are the two cheese steak institutions. Yes i can't keep up with the cheese steak discourse. And i don't like it either because it's a thing where people ask me which one to go and i honestly i don't think i'm going to the best one because i didn't really like live in the city so when into the city there was a place on stout street that i was more excited to go to because it was near like cool t-shirt shops and i went there to get my cheese steaks. I don't remember the name of it anymore. I do remember that. I saw local philadelphia. Weatherman glenn hurricane schwartz there..

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"glenn hurricane schwartz" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

02:40 min | 4 months ago

"glenn hurricane schwartz" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Get started in t minus three to one. I love that by the producers. Nice touch their heather in sarah but brian welcomes welcome to the weather. Podcasts always fascinating to talk to someone like me who likes weather but also is a little bit of a toe in the space world to so to speak. Yes i like it. i love the countdown on your intro. There i was ready to run up to the roof and water. If you gotta be high clouds or anything you need to be working right checking the radar real quick. Make sure we were good for one. We really dive into this fascinating world that you work in. We always ask our weather guests. How'd you get interested in whether what was your experience. What was your sort of entry point into this fascinating where we work in sure so like like a lot of meteorologists watt. Lot of weather geeks. I was. I've been fascinated with the weather. Since a young age. I grew up in the philadelphia area. Actually so i was really interested in those nor'easters I was checking the snow forecast watching the weather. Channel watching all the local channels. Yuck glenn hurricane schwartz. He's going you know six to twelve inches. You have sesame tien. She's going eight to fourteen. You know listening to kyw and trying to come up with the with the snowfall myself. So i was. The nor'easter is also had a bashes fascination with severe weather as well so from that young age probably around second grade. I was always really interested in the weather. But it was really those nor'easters snowfall that That really got me interested. Shout out to glenn hurricane schwartz who has been a recent guests on the weather needs podcast there so if you didn't get a chance to listen to his episode it is live on our podcast site. Make sure you check that out. Because i know he has influenced a lot of young meteorologist over his day in that market. You worked for the let me just before. We really continue. Let me give some your credentials. Your lot weather officer the. Us air force forty fifth weather squadron at cape canaveral give a bachelor of science meteorology for penn state university fine programs in the country an a b a in political science and government. My my wife has a being put it with science as well Your former broadcast meteorologists in a national weather service intern. So definitely know your stuff when it comes to weather but for the listeners. Tell us about the interesting relationship. Between the weather squadron. It's part of the forty fifth space wing. Which i believe is airforce but as you explaining to me off the air you're also a part of the space force now kinda decompose.

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"glenn hurricane schwartz" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

06:58 min | 7 months ago

"glenn hurricane schwartz" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"What happens when we get thirty years from now and we get desperate and people decide what we gotta do something. Let's go throw some mirrors up in space and reflect the sun later covered the ocean with the oil spill to Change the planetary. Balance. A and it's a cautionary tale about trying to manipulate or fifths the climate. And we are back on the weather geeks podcast. I'm Dr, Marshall Shepherd and I'm having a fascinating conversation with the legend himself Glenn Hurricane Schwartz and he's talking about his book the weather maker as we left that last segment, he was talking about really something that is called Geo engineering or climate intervention, which is that climate change would get so out of control in that mitigation and adaptation was not enough that. We. Have to intervene with Geo engineering space mirrors simulated volcanoes or iron or carbon iron in the ocean system relates algae and plant growth. Those are called climate here of Energy on engineering strategy. So if you're not familiar with Geo Engineering, a climate intervention that's something else for your homework but we also think that'd be for the producers that may be listening to this podcast that might be an interesting. Show for us to do as well. I think there's probably some military and other sort of operations that will be interested in whether control as well as you mentioned but your book is sorta Genre Bending Glenn it's been defined as Khleifi. Is that something you came up with or as as are there other examples of clarify out there? Well, it actually is a new John rhea. And there's a Guy Dan Bloom who coined that term within the last ten years and I would say that. The day after tomorrow, for example, would be a classic example of That you're making A. Piece of fiction. Out discussing something important in science. And the issue to me is that. Sarah loads of. Great Books. Nonfiction on climate. And extreme weather and future. And the problem is may is that. We're already preaching to quired people who are buying Ridi knows books. Already are convinced. In general about the science. I want to try to reach a wider audience. Because that's what we need. We need enough how blood pressure. To put on politicians to actually get major things done. There are some big opponents to any kind of significant change in the way we deal with the energy. And we need to do that and entertainment is a way. To try to reach. A bigger audience. So I have friends relatives there not gonna read. The Great. Nonfiction books on climate, but they may read an entertaining. Thriller about that just happens to deal with that also has a lot to do about TV and story behind the scenes and. Romance and trying to it. Any kind of entertaining art. To get people in San and the. Other purpose is to try to get as one day into a big Hollywood movie. To reach the biggest audience. Possible. Look the last. Movie. That was anything related to climate and fiction was the day after tomorrow I was fifteen years ago. Yeah. I. Completely. Yeah I remember that movie quite well, I was actually still at NASA at the time and there was actually even controversy about whether NASA scientists like me could comment to the media. There was there was quite a bit of turmoil at that time the politics of it all I ultimately ended up giving an interview to USA. Today and they asked me to grade it on at night I. Think I gave it a C. minus on. On the science but I enjoyed the movie. But what I appreciate about your book Non Glenn is that you are anchored and good science and I think you sort of mentioned that I agree with you we have the as scientists in we're both scientists. Broader in how we convey science information to the public is there they don't read the scientific literature like I do as a professor in scientists or or the latest national academy reports I. I appreciate the fact that you are making. Weather and climate science accessible any sequels in the works? Well. Yes it partly determines on the success of the book it was doing just fine until the virus it and stopped everything I was doing book signings and I'm GonNa live stuff wind up and of course it all stop so at some point I hope it. Goes Align and become successful enough. There is an interest in a sequel I have outlines for at least two more. To follow and the titles for it and Basic outlines of what is. Going to happen with the plot of what happened with the original again I wrote fourteen years ago. Is that every time I've rewritten it? I've had to change. A lot of the language and make it so much stronger as far as the. Correlation between the climate and extreme weather. So, by the time, I'm ready to write the next one. Things might be. A little different. And I'm trying I'm trying to wait a little bit until I actually start the writing. For the next book I like I said I really. Want this to end up as a movie, and then of course, your mate, he sequels in movie and there are people in Hollywood is you know who are Very very much into climate climate change and trying to. Protect the planet and people like Leonardo Di Caprio Martin Luther Low and.

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"glenn hurricane schwartz" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

03:05 min | 7 months ago

"glenn hurricane schwartz" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"I echo that exactly have often said we're victims of our own success. We're. We're at a point where a fairly good now that people want in some cases they want such precise forecast we don't have the skill to do I. Mean they want you to tell them exactly what corner of the yard it's. GonNa, rain and what time down to the minute and we we don't have that level of model resolution or skill, but you know the the field advance so much. Talking with Glenn Glenn Schwartz, Glenn Hurricane Schwartz, and if you didn't know why you call, he's called hurricane listening the weather geeks. Now you do but I wanNA talk now about your book that came out this past January called the weather maker give the the viewers about the the readers and listeners and viewers perhaps an overview of the books about. Okay well, first of all, the general rule is a what people say is rain what you know about. And a couple of things that I know about. Experiencing our television and in weather. especially severe weather. I work at the National Hurricane Center I was severe weather specialist for the weather service in Atlanta by the way back in the seventies. So severe weather's always fascinated me since the reason a lot of getting the business and also television so. I had written this nonfiction book on Philadelphia weather and it was very well received. Especially, the stories that I had written about. Behind the scenes in the PATS. And so it had it occurred to me one night. that. Maybe. I should write something fiction and get to a bigger audience a wider audience. So I originally wrote this. Fourteen years ago I wrote the first draft for fourteen years ago Oh. Wow and back then of course, things were so much different. And I wanted to talk about extreme weather and severe weather and its. Potential connection to climate change, and of course back then it was. Much more controversial. issue. So it was not when a main focuses of the book the. Book. was about a TV meteorologist who discovers on live TV basically that he can control the weather. It can make a rain stop rain. Make it snows stop snowing. He can't change the Basic Laws of physics. He can't make it rain unless they're clouds. So he's like a magical clogged cedar on a massive scale. To make a work of fiction. that. Was Right about.

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"glenn hurricane schwartz" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

06:53 min | 7 months ago

"glenn hurricane schwartz" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"If you were to ask a meteorologist who their top three superheroes are odds are X. men storm would be on that list that maybe because Halle Berry's portrayal of her movies but mainly because she has the ability to harness the power of the weather and use it at her will. What would you do if you could control the weather? Would you make it rain on the house of your high school bully everyday or keep the seven shining bright while you're on vacation on the beach. My guest today is legendary Glenn, Hurricane Schwartz NBC Tin in Philadelphia, who wrote a book about this fictional power and the consequences that can arise from it Glenn. Thank you for joining us on the weather Geeks podcast tense alive for blame. Well. This is an honor for me because as someone that's been around the meteorological for some time, I know that Glenn Hurricane Schwartz is a legend in the Philadelphia area and we'll get all into why I say that. Or I do that. Let me just give you a bit of background on Glenn before we set the stage and Glenn. I'm GonNa give you a heads up because I. always ask every single weather geeks guess what? Got You interested in weather. So while I'm giving background, you're thinking about that answer I'm sure you've got it locked and loaded. Yeah, we all have that story but Glenn, meteorologist, NBC Ten in Philadelphia, for twenty five years nearly twenty five years. It was the chief meteorologist from two thousand, twelve to two thousand seventeen is known for his bow ties it all he always wears during his broadcast He's the only new year old just on the team in the region at blogs about the weather he was the first hurricane specialist in storm chasers at the weather channel back in nineteen eighty five, I didn't realize that myself. He's the author of the weather maker and Co author of the award winning Philadelphia area whether books he was inducted into the Philadelphia broadcast? Pioneers Hall of fame in two thousand ten has a bachelor's degree in pin from Penn State University, one of the excellent neurology departments out there and he was born and raised in Philadelphia. So wow, you're you're you're Kinda like me you sorta live and work in your home home city. So how'd you get interested in weather? Well it's actually reason I got interested or got the idea for this book when I was a kid I loved to play baseball. and. Let's say round. Ten years old or so and we got into a series of rain outs. It rained out like four or five games in a row and it just so frustrating and so right. Then I decided that when I grow up, I was going to. Build a machine, right I can actually turn off the rain so I can play ball. And at the same time. I was studying whether in school in fifth grade and a teacher made it. Very interesting. I go home out look at the clouds. and. That combination got me started and from that act time on the only thing I've ever wanted to do. While also based on that answer, this book didn't come poof out of nowhere this way thing that's been in the back of your mind for a while we're GONNA get all into the book but the next. Question that I have to ask, and I'm sure some of our weather geeks listeners may be curious about this I'm sure some in your viewing here you know where the nickname hurricane come from. Well it came from what you were talking about where I was the first storm. Chaser for the weather channel. Back. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five. Channel was fairly young at the time and they had never. Actually going outside the door and filmed. The weather? And I was working on a Documentary on hurricanes for the weather channel the National Science. Foundation that's what got me there at the time I needed some video. Because those days there wasn't much. And so there was a hurricane was approaching. Pensacola. And I said, well, let me go down there with our photographer all he does shoot promos commercials. Will shoot the hurricane. I'll get blown around a little bit and we'll have some video for the documentary. Well. That was not something that they wanted to do. But. It was labor, day, weekend coming up. So the big losses were away. and. So I got one of the. Vice Presidents. To, get me approval. And I went down there and one week and three thousand miles. Later I got to come go because it was Hurricane Elena, in eighty five and it's stalled a couple of times in the gulls. and. I, had to send reports back. And of course, getting blown around in the storm. And then my job after that if the weather channel, I went to New York City. And I was showing some of that video. Just before weather. One day maybe it was anniversary of Elaine or something like that. and. Then the anchorman just introduced me and S- Glenn Hurricane Schwartz. Discussion about it. Focus group or anything it's just. A nickname and it stuck immediate. Yet. Stuck immediate because I. Know some people might say well, wait a minute. Dr Sheppard. Philadelphia not necessarily. Known virgenes but that's a really interesting bit of history about your your time at the weather channel. Let me stay right there for a second because these conversations go where they go I'm I'm sure you sort of monitor sort of storm chasing hurricane chasing Tornado chasing is it from Your Lens? Is it much different than than what what they're up to now? Oh. My God, it's like A. Whole. New Planet that. We're on and I get to see. Look back then. We didn't have satellite trucks. We didn't even have a vehicle of our own. At the Weather Channel Read, our Renaissance Station Wagon. And so when we would shoot some video, let's say in Tampa Champ was getting flooded even though to hurricane was two hundred miles away so I couldn't put a tape on a plane at Tampa we had to drive through Orlando. Put a tape on a plane drive back to tamper shoots.

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