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"gonja" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

06:02 min | 3 months ago

"gonja" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"So i will as you bring that up keith. It's actually a really good segue way imperious state or something like the other one. Yeah he came late not late but he was drafted late. I mean we didn't have the only stars that we had. Carlson d line was haley. And jim jeffcoat starts when we have the number one defense. The year we won the super bowl. Not one player made the pro bowl. Yeah remember you both. Add up bro. You brought a small way which year ninety to ninety nine out there that goes down is probably the greatest cowboys team. Maybe ever yeah. We didn't order number one defense in the nfl. Do you think that is warren out. One player made it. You know why because it was a why he was offered. Because you you know. I'm going to say because nobody star search didn't no nobody does. Nobody knew anybody on the team. And they were star so they were all there. It was called the star. Starch defense edinburgh a lot like you know and and jimmy johnson. What made him so great again on. I know we talk about. It was his ability to find talent and to any loves speed and he would make linebackers defensive ryan. I think this is a good segue into going. And who surprised. What for for the minicamp. Yeah like i said keep or guy. Here's a guy that i you know. That changed my mind. Yeah well i'm just saying look lethem saying before with guys that he was you know urban and you know and a couple of guys that we signed our our make excited so i bring this question up as as given to us by our producer. Rj ocho of blogging. The boys he wants to know what rookie that we went into with a certain opinion has already within. Ota's has changed. our mind. has got us excited. Like i don't know if we all want to go and order my have the same guy. Or i don't know how you wanna go with that. It's funny because i realized that when we do the show. It's not about us giving information. It's about us competing against each other. Absolutely i mean you go ahead for it. I say we just give out information. Even if it's the same person you know what i mean. Yeah okay all right. I mean there's only so many rookies to choose form and there's so many standouts. My thing is once again. Going back to what i said after the draft. I don't know if i can. Because i had no expectations for anyone. I didn't see a pick and say oh. That was a bad pick. I didn't do that right. Only way i would have done. That is if we picked a tight end. But there's not one person there's not one person withdraws now now that being said if you go back to the wall now. Everybody flipped but everybody flipped out. And this is one an you. Could we all know who that guy is. And i think we're all about to talk about him because he could have been taken the fourth or fifth or sixth round and that's nation right. Is that what you guys are on gonja. I met the guy. He's blown it up in practice right now. And that's the thing you never know you know. I was listening to some dude from the fan. One zero five point three fan okay. he's talking cow. utah cowboys. Even he said there was a player in major league baseball. That happened to. I didn't know. I guess somebody drafted 'cause i don't follow baseball. A certain player would have been the mets. Maybe they did and they got rid forward. And apparently the guy's been phenomenal and they're like oh it could be one of those things like say like little storage. I remember a was upset with that. Pick not nation right pick. I was you thought it could've went later. But we don't know what these coaches are talking about. We have no clue i thought. Hey someone's gonna take him before our next pick in the fourth round. We need to take this gigs. We know how good he's going to be right. And i think. I think the biggest thing for me for for nissan right was You know the day guy drafted all of a sudden the headlines are reading that he's comparing himself to a more athletic richard sherman and i was like. Oh my god like please. Don't tell me another guy that's just gonna think he's all world And since then apparently you know those guys. He's reached out to richard sherman and they talked and they squashed whatever that was but look. He's a third round pick. He's atop according to the draft. You know i'm not talking about skill. He's officially top one hundred player in the in the draft. Pick ninety nine He dropped a pick six. Apparently that was just like right in. The breadbasket jumped the route completely. And they're saying that his ball skills are are second to none right now and. That's not even the cornerback that i was excited about. You know what i mean. So the first round pick. Because we're not. I pick the second round pick is where you get excited. You know this one now with right coming on in training or ota's you get a little excited. Because that's the position that we all had ranked in our top five worrisome position groups you know you got a mess around with the secondary. What are we gonna do with the secondary so now all of a sudden you've got guys jumping routes and you're like okay all right. I know it's not as and i know it's probably gal gilbert or nucci throwing these balls to these guys but still you know it takes a lot to jump around in the nfl. So i think it's something to be. You know something we set for this kid. Well i have one. That has changed my mind. If we're gonna go there because we again we all. We all agree. I i love the kid from oregon. Like you know that that's been the biggest talk. There's been a couple of guys to whilst they were saying israel Kumo we would never of course you bill cox but the one that has changed my mind and i know it sounds stupid but it's going to be mike. Parsons i'm gonna tell you why because i was big on saving collins k. and then i didn't know that not only could make a play is a pass rusher. I didn't know he played. He was a pass rusher at first..

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"gonja" Discussed on Side Hustle School

Side Hustle School

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on Side Hustle School

"You're interested in a career career in publishing or just in doing something publishing side so there's more than one option now a while back. We looked at the story of a woman who edits romance novels. That was episode eight zero eight eight fifty shades of Editing Romance Novels. She liked that genre a lot. I guess you could say she fell in love with it but she didn't want to be a writer herself. That's when she discovered that she was well suited to editing detail. We've also featured somebody who writes wedding. Vows actually gets paid well to do that. That was episode. Two hundred and eighty-one somebody else who helps be corporations companies. Like had Gonja tell their stories episode nine sixteen and this principle doesn't only applied publishing it applies to other industries. Well there's more than one path is often more than one role in these different kinds of fields. So I think the lesson is to first focus on your skill. Whatever it is that you're good at whatever it is that you're drawn to and you like to study and then consider consider what the ultimate outcome is? What kind of industry profession career job or of course side-hustle what kind of form that could take so welcome to science will score? Well my name. Is Chris Calvo. In today's story. A writer finds financial freedom by editing. Other people's work eventually building his own agency. He puts a lot of work into. It's a slow and steady growth but it is now a six figure business so I'll tell you all about that shortly. We'll also look at a couple of communist service provider. Mistakes stay tuned dude is sponsored by Wicks DOT COM wicks. You can create a professional website for your business. Choose a template designed for your industry and customize it to match. That's your brand then with ascend by wicks you can easily connect with your site. Visitors capture leads and manage all of your customer relations from one place. It started now and get the the all in one solution dot com. That's W. I. X. Dot Com Slash Hustle to get ten percent off Liam Carnahan thought he wanted to be a writer after finishing high school. He studied for a degree in writing literature and Publishing while it college however he was surprised to discover his love for editing in lots of ways he found more joy away in reviewing and guiding other writers did and writing his own stories so when he graduated he decided to look for a role as an editor. Unfortunately his hunt began at the height height of the global financial crisis. There just weren't many jobs paying a decent wage for an aspiring editor at the time rather than go hungry. He took a position as a writer in what he describes as is a content farm. This was a low level agency. All too popular at the time unfortunately are still around and rather than craft. well-thought-out informative pieces his employer simply paid him to spin out quick and dirty three hundred word blog posts day after day. Basically filler content designed to get people to Click certain ads or articles. And this was mind numbing Ming work but Liam dug deep put in a lot of effort managed to develop a set of skills that allow them to be promoted and eventually he was able to parlay that experience into a job at a more respected agency. It was there that he first felt the desire to start working more in his own idea up. Living on his terms with flexible working schedule was attractive. The only more so after working fulltime for years so next he looked at ways to use this skill set to generate a side income around the same time Amazon released the kindle without launch almost overnight anyone who wanted to publish their own e book which was both good and bad Liam found the whole idea fascinating. He started reading several of the ninety nine cents self published books available on Amazon Dot com very quickly he realized you know a lot of these authors had some good ideas but wow some of them really needed the help of an editor thought. This was the kind of work he could easily do remotely and in his spare time so after searching and discovering a few businesses that offered editing services he sent off his resume and before long he landed himself his first freelance Gig. But that's not all she wrote. The arrangement didn't last long as Liam side-hustle Hustle employer. Basically a boss by another name decided to retire. Shortly after hiring him he suggested Liam try his hand at running a business himself and even offered to link to Liam's new a website if he made one so Liam decided to take a crack at writing his own story a story of independence. He still had his day job so there is little risk but if it worked out it could be a path to the life of freedom. He'd long dreamed of he called his service. Invisible ink. Editing is a real side. Hustle was now in its first draft. Didn't take long before you had. Its first customer who arrived to be a referral from his previous employer website over the coming months Liam had a handful of additional client. Show up which all gave him the foundation of his first customer base although those first clients came easy Liam still had some struggles. The main one was that took a while to come up with pricing. That was despair for the first year or so. He worked long hours for not much income. A common mistake as more and more clients came through. Fortunately he refined that process. He figured out how best to charge eventually setting on a rate per work and it was good he figure that out because more and more clients were arriving at his online doorstep. How did that come to be where those clients come from? Well it is agency day job. He had been learning a lot about SEO or search engine optimization essentially how to rank websites and Google was able to take those learnings and use them to benefit himself. He created pages on topics like self publishing writing advice and tips indie authors this combined combined with being featured on a few websites meant that Liam site began to rank and Google for relevant keywords key words and phrases potential customers would be searching for them within another a year. He had more customers than he could handle on his own. Liam decided he needed help. And look for additional editors he could hire on a freelance basis. He would pay them a reasonable rate per the job and keep a percentage for himself at on a couple more years and both Seo and word of mouth helped invisible ink continue to grow by two thousand eighteen. He had six ex- part-time editors and he was doing quite well so much. So that in mid twenty nineteen. He reached the six-figure Mark and yearly profit. Not when he took the plunge finally leaving his day job for over a decade Liam had dreamed of finding work that would allow him to flexibility to travel and set his own hours. It'll be celebrating the achievement next year by taking off to Asia living the nomadic lifestyle for a while but it won't be a holiday because Liam is already soft launched his next project a content agency of his own if they can do half as well as invisible ink. It will be a story worth telling.

"gonja" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

12:43 min | 2 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"To the extra packing peanuts travel podcast the shows did you travel more while spending less I'm your host Travis Sherry joining me today someone who Solo bicycled all the way from Canada down to Paddock Gonja Xavier him up from follow the home of the dot com and of the earth on Youtube saver thanks for joining me and a huge welcome it's my pleasure thank straps hello I'm pumped to have you on here because we've had people do crazy stuff we've had a bunch of gas throughout their adventures and and doing all this but that is like and zero one percent of people in this world who actually have a crazy idea in their head and then iterating on it and actually take that trip that they've been thinking about doing that idea that they've had in their head you're one of those people who are actually doing it so let's talk through that Oh bit how did you go from this idea I'm GonNa Cycle from my home in Canada all the way down to Patagonia and then what kind of pushed you to be the person actually went and did it okay so it didn't always start with the idea bicycling from from Canada Patagonia it kind of more than kind of grew into the the beast that eventually became the spark started I one of my friends went backpacking in Southeast Asia and it just sounded so need he had quit his job any been saving money and he was just going to go kinda rough it in tried to last Abbas much fun as he could with the money that he had it sound like such a good idea but the only in of Cuomo had about it was that because I was trying to envision myself doing it was that all these countries had difficult Asian languages to learn so I wouldn't be able all to really interact immerse myself in the culture quite as much so I just started looking around the map and then when I saw the Americas have already in so that's a bonus you know over eighty percent of the country's all speak Spanish in already speak French as let's not too much of a difficult ask to to learn one extra language that's already similar to French so I just figured Mandavi would be the perfect trip in the more research about the country's just geography the people the food etc it just seemed so appealing slowly started to plan it But I was thinking of doing it with my car but then maybe a few weeks before for at doing it I just came across bicycle touring online and I was like the second saw it just spoke to me right away I knew this is what I want to do I'd never done it before it ever know practice trends food so I sold my car and bought everything I is soon as I could and I just went for it and you know and as far as you were talking about you know people they have these ideas but they don't really follow through my reasoning was that time was twenty five I didn't have a house I don't have a wife or kids or anything like really important commitments and I mean I figured you know the the further goal in life the harder it's going to be to do something like that this animal always had the philosophy that You know life is short you should enjoy it as much as you can and I find a lot the people don't necessarily do that to kind of follow the path that is the you know the quote unquote smart thing to do and Yano it all all it all made sense and I went for it and I have absolutely no regrets so you were going to do it in your car this is crazy so you think right pigalle big mission but do it in my car so most people would be like yeah you're crazy you're gonna you're doing this in your car like this is a long way to go why don't you just OH chipped candidate go down to the US you don't gotta keep going all the way and then you say three a couple of weeks before you're going to go all of a sudden Oh well that that seemed cool until I found out about this idea of bike touring let me just add an element I mean not even like make it twice as hard we're talking about it infinitely harder longer bigger scarier at any adjective in there and you thought whatever I'm just going to do it okay I I liked the thinking that that's pretty crazy that's crazy on even originally thought how long was it percolating in your brain to do the trip itself like from when you first started yeah I looked at America Co that'd be neat to like pop on down in my car the two when you actually then let how long was that timeframe It was probably like a few months I I was just kind of deciding where wanted to do it that came pretty quick then it was just kind of like really Kinda just daydreaming looking at a youtube videos of different countries all cool definitely want to go here definitely want to go there and then as I started getting closer and closer and then I started looking into the technical details of bringing a car across different countries in kind of seem like a lot of paperwork I was learning I guess actually more expensive when you get south of the US and stuff like that which I thought and I was doing the math on all the gas and stuff like that and then found out by the bicycle like I said just clicked and after that there was a lot of of research and buying stuff and actually ended up leaving quite a bit look at that I wanted I'd given my told my job that initially I wanted to do it in September or sometime in the end up leaving the second week of October so I was a starting at like fall and then that was north of the US had to kind of go fairly quickly to not get caught up in the winter yeah well especially now on a bicycle you have to go even quicker because the winner elements are GonNa Affect You more and it's obviously slower going off that idea clicks in your head of I'm going to do a bike tour I'm not going to do a call are but I mean was there there had to be some sort of fear or hesitation to say all right sounds cool will but I've done all this research for a car plus a car gives me a bit of a lifeline now I'm going to bike and I've never even ridden a bike you know for any extended amount of time at all yeah I mean I understand the way people see it and when I talked to people I think there's a big difference in the way they see it in the ICU they're like a crazy and I don't know I really don't see it that way I just see that's awesome like a light bicycling You know on the bicycle things go a lot slower so you see a lot more you smell you hear things that you wouldn't see on a car when you're driving and you have to keep your eyes on the road and more flexibility in terms of of wild camping and stuff like that can go deep in the woods somewhere with the car there was no road not be able to to go there so there's a lot of NGOs also when I bicycle they do a lot of exercise I feel really good so I knew that that aspect of it would could be interesting just my mood would be a good place I love it you see opportunities where others see obstacles and I'll hear all the great things but one of the things that you had to plan for was the fact that this was going to be a much longer trip than what were you originally planning for the length of time and how then did you figure like what were the steps that you had to go through with the bike because it's going to be what three four live six times longer than it normally would have been so and the person who doesn't like to over plan or even plan the sufficient amount that normal people would I just feel that kind of takes away from the the adventure a good example will be when I I started so I I barely got into the US because I think at the border and never seen someone bicycle touring so they weren't believing me at all but after hours and of convincing them the eventually limited in and then my first days I think I was doing like thirty kilometers dodd that was a lot because again this is my first time bicycle touring and then my buddy sore and everything because it's a new bike that I bought and looking on my phone and my tent at night and I'm doing I put from my location a to Mexico for January and I realized that I'm not even like thing and doing like a third of what I should be doing every day and I had this moment of anxiety like God not planned this is all wrong a little bit more and then eventually you know it was doing like around one hundred kilometers in like you know maybe a few months a month and a half and then you know I just I started enjoying beyond the bicycle because a big aspect of it is mental it just being able to to ride for that long you know not only physical but I just started liking it more and more and it just worked out so seems to me you didn't plan out a route much at all then if you don't like planning you would just your idea is let me get sal were were there certain points you wanted to hit or just hop on a road and say art why no this is going south let me see what's along the way as I go so I had done like a little bit of research actually at that point I think a good part of it was actually listening to your your podcast like your destination diaries for that also beautiful obviously in the fall then there was Atlanta Asheville now sorry Asheville Atlanta Birmingham through Alabam a south than going along the Gulf of Mexico at in going to New Orleans then it has a few other cities along the way but it was kind of a mix of a Abi line in a few things that I want to see along the way and that's pretty much how I've been doing it just kind of you're talking to people maybe doing a little bit of research kind of main things I wanna hit and then in between just remains a mystery you know okay so did you usually US highways where you're trying to take back roads because obviously benefits highway short quicker probably good pavement like that the downsides not seeing much and you've got cards going eighty five miles an hour how'd you yeah yeah well in the US Google maps cycle directions was which we're actually pretty good at putting you on roads that have less traffic and that maybe are a little bit longer but not that much and I was using that quite a bit but thin when I got to Guatemala there was no more cycling directions end anything that's really pass Mexico anyways like if you're not on the highway it's probably not gonna be a paved road at the time and I had kind space in between you in the car but the more went I just got comfortable and drivers ninety nine point nine percent time really courteous not getting too close usually even slowing down a little bit so I got really comfortable and it wasn't wasn't an issue when you decide to take off on this were you who was.

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"gonja" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Folks, it's our Monday show. So we're just live here on a Sunday as well as for upload or download or whatever the hell does. For download it's my understanding about Steve studied from canon very much Steve appreciates for download. So if you're downloading. Hey download. We have Mavis litters go talk about World Cup and I think that's interesting because I've had a really good time itself. Watching anybody here watching the World Cup. Now the World Cup is the shuttle's curve. Right. I've heard about that. Is it watching it? I did a little bit of misery. Yeah. Me too. Is anyone though, watching it every day? No, I'm not. No her house. Now, the boys won't have it. The boys simply won't have it. You're talking about your suss. No. I'm talking about my breasts. Yes, I'm talking about my sense. That was not necessary to my body got. Even if you've heard I've referred to my says the boys having do that, because you have which ones but fucker you guys talking about now. This was a free throw to do this edgy Debate woke up. up and show love what here's a half. Wait a minute. How did we get sidetracked into what you call your breasts my questions? The following thing is anybody watching the World Cup early. You are you hearing me? Okay. All right. Anybody of the may not about house Bill, and I think is the boys won't have it. I wasn't talking about her breast if I'm talking about my breasts, Mr. Mickey just say this. Well, what's wrong? What's Ross, you guys are just taking me about tracking this. That's all he can do to keep checking to sing. Yeah. Very difficult for Mr. Hannity do that. Wait a minute. If you're talking about your son's what are you saying? If I'm talking about my son's will say the boys as did. Now, if I'm talking about my breasts as I say, the boys won't have it, I'll be pointing at them, you'll generally point, right? Directly at them directly at the area that you would. So if you say the boys, you'll be going like, I'll be doing this. The boys will have it. Right. Trying to laugh. No, I'm not laughing. Believe me. When I tell you, I'm not laughing feel you've said that before, yes, you were laughing. I'm general Gaylon Shaw. Knock it off. We got Mavis Leonard coming up. We also have a visit from Bob Bogle. Is that his name? Yes, Bob Virginia is well Steve, they is the head of lifestyle. He's the director of the lifestyles, and western states. Right. And we do have our summer Tackett are coming up. Above begonias yet. Yes it has. The flower. No, it's not. That, that would be the Gonja. Let's just it's curious and unusual day. But my understanding is you don't mind buddy. Mr. Begonia changed his name from Begonia when he moved into western states, and he was in the Begonia phase. So he changed his name to Virginia. What's it before? That was like his LaSalle Brown or are Hank or hack hack Brown using masturbation. His name was heck Brown and he changed it. It's really not. When you laugh Mr. Henry, you simply make an asset of you and me. All right. What's it from? Anyway. What is that? What do you mean? What's it from? What is that from? That's the one you were a kid in school. And they say when you assume make an asset of you and made they'd write the word. Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah. Not what it was. So coming back in a world famous Phil Emery show. We have made us letter. We also have. Missouri, laughing all about our lifestyle. No, I'm not Bubba goon from the westernised homeowners association. Be right back commercial commercial commercial commercial capital..

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"gonja" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:56 min | 2 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"How to power? Rear not worthy. We're not worthy shift. Nick, crazy. Just dropped us some candied bacon. You should mitt came to yourself. Would you say the most popular thing on the menu? Oh, rick. Rick Turner's, Michael. Here you go. Yeah. Right now, that's the T. The candy big ability in them so good so good real you want to kind of. Throughout a secret on how exactly you produce. The candy bacon. It's double smoke. So I take already smoke EPA wood smoked bacon. I rub it down with a little bit of Brown sugar and black cracked black pepper fresh cracked pepper, very important. And then throw back on the smoker and smoke. It hickory for about twenty minutes. Let caramelized and become delicious. I think it gets better S goes I like it all the time. But it's like sometime late afternoon. If candy bacon, leftover Brown sugar definitely continues to caramelized a little bit almost creates like a syrup effect on top of it. So I would agree with that. Yeah. So it's on the appetizer menu at salt grill. And there's a get a little can of it. I think there's five strips that way, we always said we always throw an odd number out there for a couple. So they can fight. I wonder why he would. And then it's in the top solitude in. It is in the top salad that we do here are housetops out and then also lumps. Wait a minute. Saying we in a hardware store. Yes. That's the the restaurant division. Harley store. Great so sullies girls open now for lunch eleven to four every day except Monday, and then the girls stays open for we'll have a happy hour menu. Just some light stuff, pretzels and different things. But you also grab a beer and wine and one of the biggest FAQ's that we have. Can I carry that beer around the garden or round the greenhouse? Yes. Yes. Courage that so you can walk around the hardware. Yeah. There you go. All right, Nick. Thank you very much. Bring something else to be awesome. Like sky. Ooh. Tata's head on the we have a TV we're in the Webber grill department where we're set up move some grills out of the way, but we have TV a big TV hanging down from the ceiling that plays Weber promotional videos formation stuff. Well, it's generally right over the top of the grills. Well, it's just out free space Nick came yet. Really? That's good that he's short. There's a lot of caution taper it. Yes. There is. Pain. Had time. Two three nine ninety three ninety three before we get to the are HP dot org. So we're gonna talk about this my second favorite basket. All right. Alison teller when the name they name these things, I couldn't even pronounce this one. Oh, gosh. I helped Frisa door Dorada are Denny. There's not there's no see. Okay. R E S then Dory up over on their side. Right there can you proven winners container style. Break harada. I was kinda right? All right. So what? Beautiful. What this is. So this is the elimination, but Gonja see how it comes out on on a stem and then and hangs down like a little spotlight. So it's called illuminate, and then up here is the strawberry drop coleus. And that's a mounting coleus that will trail out of that thing, but it mixes really well. So instead of stuffing a bunch of stuff the one of mistakes sometimes they make people will make a little bit in combinations. And containers is trying to introduce too many different plants to the combo. If it's just a ten or twelve inch pot at most you wanna do three this one. There's no reason to introduce never and I can see people wanna put a creeping Jenny or something like this. But this is so beautiful. There was no reason to add a third plant to it. So it's just the Begonia elimination Begonia along with the Stroud strawberry drop coleus. So and this is a shade plant. I put it into my Spanish translator Kate freight said the rata read what it says. Is it says the same thing? I thought it was a Spanish I have never seen this color orange together with I think beautiful serious, much, take, buddy. I mean, what was the great thing about the begonias? They don't take a lot of care. Most people will kill Begonia with too much love. Dick crum would say, by the way, we did not say dick is on vacation. They they love them too much. So these do too much much water, drown them and begonias. Do not take a tunnel water. So this is a shade plant now, even shade plants still need a little bit of. I mean, they can't take this in the living room. So it it's gotta get just a little bit of morning light. And what you'll see if it starts to lose its color, then it's not getting enough lightning need to relocate it. So but beautiful plants that one was done by our baskets out there done by k can be greenhouse down the south side, this particular one was done by the proven winner. Folks. We are at seventy I in keystone, and we are watching card after card after card of beautiful flowers and plants going outta here. You got to come up seventy I in keystone, the other stores also have proven winners and have the basket. Wouldn't it be nice? If the clouds held off and be really nice. Yeah. So right now the forecast is for clouds to move in and some rain showers scattered throughout the area. So if you are going out to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway grand prix. You may wanna take rap with you. Played for it. You just can't let go with it. I love it move everything from the barn back into the garage. We had that the floor barn. Anna garage. Don't go there. With me. I'm trying to tell you a story at the state fair grounds for the home and garden or the flower patio show, they had this place called innovative garages. And I went over there. Do you? Remember Joe in clues. Joe in brother, Mike, no little brothers Fritz threats anyway, Fritz does I know you do not have I've always called them. Mike always says the same thing to me every time when I call Mike, my name's Fritz? Okay. We got this done. And this is the most amazing stuff in the world. But the problem is if you ever tried to move everything, and I mean, everything out of your garage. Oh my God. Yes. We've done that twice. That is brutal. I had done. You. Did it for me? The Michelle corporation available to you twenty four seven three sixty five burn your house down, and they will remove every I mean, everything from your garage. I actually had a I have a pallet truck. And I got I had to get the refriger-. Andy couldn't come over saying, Jane, I wouldn't go to make her life to actually got a refrigerator up on a pallet by myself. I thought I was in Japan. I mean, I was ready to build a pyramid, balanced, it moved it. Got it done, buddy. Any you're not a young man anymore. I know, but I know how to pivot the weight and everything the problem was didn't take all the stuff out of the thing. So I it's clan clan. Clang all the stuff in the inside pickles pickles. It was the who jot it. Yeah. Two three nine ninety three ninety three is our number. All right. Let's see we're gonna we're gonna sneak in one call for talked to Dave Wilson Virgil joins us on the program. Hey virgil. Hey, good morning. I got a timber framed porch. And the word or coal timber is fall by twelve and the horizontal twelve by eight and it was fourteen years old. It's not been staying was put in green actually a white oak. And so it's whether naturally, but the problem is I have birds leaving some white streaks on it. And I'm on know how I should clean it. If there's a product for it or what what do you recommend to sleep it or what? It's just raw would. Yeah. Yeah. It hasn't been stained or anything that is just raw wood. And you know, I don't wanna clean it. And then I got a spot there. That's not weathered. So that even make it look worse. But I wanted your opinion on that. Well, I think you could use a cleaner as long as it doesn't contain Breitner. And I don't think that would change. Okay. So you can look for crud. Cutter makes X year cleaners and just try a little spot somewhere. And I think you could clean it up with that. Then if you wanna stop it if you could go you could get the stuff that comes in a caulking tube tangle foot. I've never heard of you lay you lay a bead of Kach on top of that that or Zainal beam and that keeps the the birds from what I've seen is just the semi hemispheric brushes where they sort of spikes. Thank you, give them a good goose matter of fact, same company makes those as well, really. Yeah. I see those at the airport when I'm crossing over the bridge, you can look out there. And they must have had a serious bird problem up there in the rafters and stuff. So they they've done their goes a web grill. Go find a good home. So Virgil, I think that would be the only, but I would look at the crowd cutters. But whatever you use just make sure you just try a little bit somewhere and let it dry mixture done change that patina. I don't think it will. I really don't think it'll clean up nicely. Hey, thanks for the call. We appreciate it. Speaking of bird and bird expert. Dave wilson..

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"gonja" Discussed on Call Her Daddy

Call Her Daddy

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on Call Her Daddy

"Okay. Then then shoes. Yes. We're gonna go converse, vans, and even they can wear sneakers you can wear enough leading shoe obsolete. I just don't want the high-top Jordan's with the huge strap across the Inca long. And no, no, no Frankenstein shoes. No, no fucking loafers omega saying, you think I know loafers look like it's my fucking dad wearing though, okay? Oh, get the fuck out by and don't do the fuck and construction timberland boots with no fuck out of here. It's all about fit implicity as long as you have something that fits you. Well, and isn't super dorky, you're fine men. It's so easy. What we saw the other night at the bar guy. So I went to the bar the other night, and we literally took out our phones and started writing down ship because we need to tell the daddy gang. Yeah. So if you what is something you saw at the bar that was so appalling to you. Oh, my God a wallet. I saw multiple guys last night. Pull out a wallet size of their goddamn head. Oh, no. It's like, they're literally straight up using two hands to without a wallet. And it's like as thick as a fucking phone book. Like, you got that thick thick like, no, actually when I see something protruding out of the back of your pants. It's like knock it off. Get the fuck off guys many to invest in a good fuck in wallet. Then invest in a slim minimalist wallet, you can literally type description into Amazon. I know you wanna have your fucking John choose punch-card. If you all time knock it on give it you don't need to bring your buck in JAMA juice to the bar. Okay. You just need your credit card, your ID and some cash, and that's it. Speaking of cash, though, I wanna just quickly a little trick. I think that every single guy should have one hundred dollar Bill in his wallet. And listen, I know listen, I know we hate the gold diggers out here, boys. But I promise you some bitches are going to see that. And it could literally be the deciding Dr them to fuck you that night, or no, I mean, honestly, I don't even consider myself a gold digger, but like my subconscious, you're low key. The little one hundred bucks in there and get yourself a nicer fucking wallet. There's also some other stuff I saw with your own two. I in particular K, you guys thought I forgot about the finance, bro. I live in God, damn New York City bitches, and I did not forget it. And I did not forget about his uniform Ninna nil. No, no, no, no. I am well aware that Chad Brad. And they're there. A button-down slow and God damn powder going. You bet and I'm I'm fucking potted Gonja vents guys. Guys, I off before you enter the bar guarding. Yeah. I'm really glad you brought this up. So if you had because I was actually thinking about this every single guy unless you fucking are tending a southern college. And that's why everyone wears there. And you've got like a fucking trust fund. Here flip you're not allowed to wear these out to the bars anymore. Yeah. It's a uniform, you Rica, fucking entitlement. And you probably have election in twenty Cousy in your. Done. Yeah. They're Rica entitlement. I love that one. Yeah. Please your body going. Just be careful. Careful caution girls, girls girls girls. We didn't forget about you girls swerving. Terrified don't come. Not forget about you know, we we gotta talk about we saw some stuff that girls were wearing at the bar two a little Pauling a little shook to my core. When I saw this bullshit, first and foremost, something I saw with my own two eyes. Yeah. The cheap to the knee or over the knee boots who long. Let me explain this. Because I hate this with a pal. On. We are talking about they're black. They're swayed their baggy it's like a boot with a round toe, and it honestly makes you look like you just walked off this set of pirates care be. Like, oh boy media out to Jack barrell in this day there pirate horrible. Listen ladies the goal..

"gonja" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on 1A

"Creating the office of rural prosperity that I was committed to representing all cans rural and urban tell us a little bit more about Kansas will have the pleasure of visiting Wichita later on this year for people who've never been what would you say is the one biggest thing that people think they know about Kansas? But they really don't they have no idea how common sense in how progressive Kansas really are. You know, if you look back in history, first of all we came into the country as stay as a Free State. You know, we were we were anti-slavery long before many others in. So I think that's something people don't know. We actually have a history of electing women to positions. In fact, the very first woman ever elected to any office in this country was the mayor of our Gonja, Kansas. So those are things I think people just don't remember or. Don't think about when they think about Kansas. I think partly partly that is because tickly for the last eight years. Most of what's come out of Kansas has not been good news. You know, we had the tax experiment that caused our state to crash, and you know, and then obviously we had crisco Bach in his voter suppression in an anti immigrant stances. And we also unfortunately, took some some action that was pretty negative regarding LGBTQ, we're starting to undo a lot of that. And get the real face of Kansas backout. I did want to ask you about some of that. But you mentioned that Kansas is very common sense kind of state is that what helped you build consensus between Democrats and moderate Republicans just taking a kind of a common sense approach. Common sense in collaboration. Think of all the barn. Raisings that happened in the state of Kansas as we were developing as a state, you know, that's how cannons operate. They worked together to for the common. Good. And I think that's the approach. I always took in the in the state Senate. I was the ranking minority on the budget committee. So I was in negotiations with Republicans regularly trying to put her our budget together budget is policy. So yeah, it was important for me to be able to find common ground one of the big critiques. I think of democratic politics nationwide is a focus on social issues that make some people kind of edgier uncomfortable, your first act as governor was to signed an executive order that reinstated protections for LGBT workers. It was something that your predecessor governor Sam Brownback eliminated back in twenty fifteen. How do social issues especially Forni ones, like LGBTQ rights and so forth affect? Your Bill your ability to create political consensus. Well, you know, they're they're really are think already is consensus on the LGBTQ issue. I think that governor Brownback went to the extreme, you know, if you had come to Kansas maybe fifteen years ago when we were more there. I can remember the very first vote that I took in the state Senate was the question of pudding, basically a discriminatory clause in our constitution, banning gay marriage. I voted no on that. Then it did pass. But but since then, you know, Kansas have really evolved from that position. And I think they understand the LGBTQ issues better. But they also understand that you cannot have a state you cannot attract young people. You can't keep your young people here if we have really regressive policies like that in place. We're speaking to governor Laura. Kelly democrat from Kansas about building political consensus in Kansas..

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"gonja" Discussed on People Helping People

People Helping People

13:10 min | 3 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on People Helping People

"Corp status for those reasons. It's the wrong reasons so you know we really really went for the B. Corp certification because it's who we were and it fit our culture I think that in the time of being before what it has done the most for us is attract like minded people who want to work for us not with us. I I find find that at least in this you know in the Midwest year. Not a lot of people have an understanding of what it is so It's not like a big selling point got it like he can put it up on your window and people come driving by looking for the hand. We be on her door people. Just I don't understand necessarily what it is and I think it's one of those things that if you're doing good work you're doing great work or you have a great product and you're selling a great product. It's more of a of an Easter egg to find out about a company then to be like you know beating people over the head with it unless you're a really large company. I mean had a Gonja Nya one of the founding companies and B. Corp and you don't see that all over their stuff but you know they're doing good. I think they're one of the shining examples you can you know about because you know they shall open and it's consistent in what they do and there's on the Corp side to I mentioned Social Enterprise Alliance Alliance. There's social enterprise alliance. There's conscious capitalist. There's be Corp and there's the social venture network. They're kind of like all different denominations nations of a similar religion yeah. No I mean I've seen this as a sliding scale of like you might have nonprofits at one and in for profits at the other end and next a for profit companies kind of the corpse and then you move into this murky area of social enterprise now you have to be a for profit company to be now now so whereas the social enterprise applied to both nonprofits and for profits but we've explored social enterprise a lot on the podcast and one consistent team has been with any mission based company. You still have to deliver quality product. You know that you're not going anywhere if you don't have a solid solid solid business in anything that you do that. Mission really never seems to carry anybody forward. Solely based on jam packed that you're making I agree. I think that the companies who would one hundred percent lead with the all the good. We're doing probably have a better reputation than they do. Sales so where you see things heading in the future. Do you see B. Corp continuing to grow I do. CB Corp continuing to grow it would be nice if it caught on more more within our state. There are some folks in Cincinnati that are really kind of pushing forward and have done some great things. They're they're called engage partners or more like. It consultants which you wouldn't think it consulting like be court but they started a secondary business called thrive. Oh that is creating a new workforce so you know they're educating people and training them with the skills and pre-qualifying them and placing them into businesses businesses that are giving people jobs in education that wouldn't have otherwise and I know the owners Kelly and Michael or pretty involved in trying to see something happened in the state as well. That's what else is happening down in Cincinnati. There's like three three because I think there might be more now okay but really engaged partners. slash thrive have been the ones that have pushed the most okay that's neat. How do you see this playing in with the rise of social entrepreneurship in Columbus well. I I hope that social entrepreneurship and be corpse and everything is not just something that eventually becomes like the social washing equivalent of greenwashing and business saying their environmental but I think that just working with an seeing like each new generation. Shen of students people that are coming out into the workforce people seem to care more about making sure that something they're doing is going. GonNa have some kind of a meaning so I could see it continuing. I actually just saw news this past week that Danone which is is a more of a multinational corporation just became the biggest be court how in the world and I saw them speaking speaking at a conference in Philadelphia a little over a year ago that they were going through the assessments and they were seeing how many of their holdings could become and they they've just officially become the biggest and I believe they were going to buy like Silk Right now. It seems like there is more of infrastructure around building a social enterprise I'd say if you look at Columbus. There's like a backpack where people kind of go on get exposed to it but there's also O. Sea Change and and the nonprofit catalyst where they're helping different people develop their companies and launch them so there's seems like there's a lot of support court in Columbus itself or developing mission based companies out there there has been and I would like to see it. See it rise you. You said one thing that you do was working with your supply chain management to make sure that you're working with companies which have more of an impact right one of the biggest things look at his apprentice. You really have to print this. I mean before you would print anything but you know like in the past we've worked with the Nature Conservancy and it was on print work but all of their work is printed by paper. That's managed by the forestry sensation of like you have to use sad if you're willing to work with them anyway so they are also helping to push and make sure that they're lessening their impact. Jenny's was the second incorp in Columbus and a business like that would have a lot more in the supply chain to look at considering packaging and is it biodegradable. Is it composed Wear your ingredients coming from a how are you shipping. How much oil how much carbon are you burning producing in your shipping or other ways to do this more efficiently. We just were different because we're a service business for the most part. Our waste is just what was being produced in the office. You got off easy less. B. Corp changed their assessments. The first couple of times that we did the assessment we we didn't score enough and I thought that was interesting because it's like we work with all you know half clients or nonprofits the prophets a couple of people ride their bikes here day like businesses always been this way it was geared more towards a towards a product based business and and they worked on the assessment over the years to alter it so the service based businesses could have a better chance and and it was our clientele that scored so what's next for fulcrum creative. It's a good question. I'm not completely sure. Fokker has still been doing awesome consulting work and working with for good clients and we'll just have to see where it goes. Sixteen years has been a long time so the ultimate goal is to just continue to good. Is there anything personally near life. That actually drop you to do this. I came to almost good AC- sadie and when I was in college I really thought I was going to go into advertising and I thought that I would like it. In the time that I was in college. I started getting into a couple of philosophy classes that were mixed a little more on like the purpose of art and and I was kind of applying that concept over to design and advertising creative as well and thinking you know what's the real point or purpose of doing doing this and often came down to making money for someone and I just didn't see that as being the most valuable place to put put time mean is a creative artist when you work on something you're putting you're putting your blood your soul in it and if it's not not got a greater purpose than just making shareholders somewhere money just seemed like a place. I wanted to put my time so I also in that time. came across the first issue of Ad Busters. Anybody knows what Ad Buster's is. I'm now what does that. Busters at busters was a magazine gene that was started by guy named cow Lanson they were out of uncover who vancouver you could argue already a little more ahead and thinking of things having purpose it was a General Anti Advertising magazine and it was part of the one of the things he's a cop is when it first started they republished the first things first manifesto which was a manifesto written by designers. Were saying that they were GONNA use their skills for for good yeah. I just Kinda Kinda got into reading that looking at everything and it furthered my belief that I didn't necessarily trust all advertising so I thought I'd do is start in advertising agency and do it a little bit different so did you start the agency right out of no when I left. CCD The first place I went was HMS Partners Anybody Remembers. That was a pretty big agency. They had an office here and they had an office in Milwaukee. They had worked with Carnival cruise that kind of stuff. I was only there for about six months and was like I don't WanNa work in a large agency and I don't want to do this kind of work so I left there and started working with a print shop that was great because I learned a lot but wasn't as creative as I wanted it to be so so I was freelancing and met my next employer who came in as a designer and ended up being director. There was just a small shop about Oh five people and found that I just really liked the really small atmosphere because you got to do a bit of work on everything as opposed to one thing. He's got to be a part of more so after that job when I left there was when I started volume now. He said spoken started sixteen ago now at that time because didn't exist exist yet. social enterprise was not a term which anybody spoke of. I'm just curious. What you're thinking was at the time because it seems like there's a lot more attention contention now and more choices and more discussion? What was the atmosphere like well. We were definitely the first ones around here thinking along these lines as creatives and designers. There's but I'd mentioned my previous employer. it was Jason Jonoski. He runs a place called attache now. It's actually where I I met a gentleman named Dave Parker who you know Erin Dave Dave introduced me to the term social enterprise probably ably eighteen ish twenty years ago or when I first started working with Jason and met him so you know already having my background and anti advertising anarchy magazines and then having someone introduced this term to me was like wait. What's this so that's really where where I got the information from. Originally this has always been a crash on my mind because you know there's advertising is very broad but there is some aspect of advertising which seems to sell not based on the Gazeta being sold but on whatever social values which you know they're speaking to whether that is your image in your body type to your social relationships and friendships sacks all these different things which sometimes seems seems a little bit off to me from almost manipulative or something like that. I'm just curious like what your thoughts are on on on that kind of element element of advertising there is quite a bit going on within the world of advertising on body image and how people see themselves and what an the ideal of beauty or fitnesses that really only exist in the movies and advertising. Yes there are people who actually look like that but not all the time and there's very few that's that's one of the things that kind of turned me off on the overall advertising industry is somewhat promotes a false image of us and what happiness actually is you only by so how many things in yes and ad might introduce you to something you never knew about that. He thought he didn't need but now you need it and then you get it and you think things are going to be great but it's all still the same afterwards afterwards in which case shift by something else and.

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"gonja" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"Be goofy. The barely funny. Yeah, relatable, but forget a bowl. Into be your friend because I've been there. That's the thing at been there, toss it. I've done it all even in the past week, woke up a couple of hours before my alarm check woke up ten minutes before my alarm in Dada was a couple of hours, and I said, we'll him and he can't wait to get right back to sleep. Let me just double check with time. It is. This is arms going off in five minutes, MAC, man, I don't know if I said, oh MAC, but maybe I will start saying that, oh, MAC. And whatever other ones, like you said, I can't even manage my own bedding. Is what kind of what kind of battles do you fly in your regular day to day life? Scooter. We, you know, we're here with the the bedding report. I said, well, good thing. You picked the right person interview. It's to interview me yesterday because it had a big mystery. I'm a hands. Why my sheet in may comforter were different Lancs apparently, and I thought it was some sort of mystery probably conducted maybe an experiment, but it turns out just in make my bed even shaking it out the old Verson lake me. Like even if I shake it out, may she in my comfort, her my blankets? No, I don't have a blankie. I don't have anything against blankie. They just don't have a blanket. That's a good question. I don't know if ever had a blank, but I was actually talking about a mystery. And it was south by me just saying, maybe make my bed to be less of mystery. Anyway, excuse me hates because this interview short, but that's what happened my sheet or McCumber short saying mystery salves. They get back to spot cast intro. So I'm here to take the pressure off a bedtime to keep you company spied gases definitely more than a little bit different. It's more than a little bit strange. He does grow on you or no grows near you. Do you know how it doesn't? I don't even grow anywhere near you. I'm in a speaker or headphone. You could adjust the volume. You can sit an all night playlists. You could set a sleep timer for thirty minutes or an hour. But if you need me, I'll be here till the end. That's that's the mission spot guests take your mind off of stuff, be silly, but you don't need to listen, but you know, I'll be here and if that makes any sense. And if you wake up, you can't get back to sleep. I'm here. I'm here to help a give it a few tries. Really work are in a urine nice strived l. befall CBO undertake you so much coming by. And if you listen for a few minutes, this is a couple of ways we keep the show ago. And before we get to the story. All right, everybody tonight we're talking episode says three and four season. One of the good policing as visible to named after people. First one's named after tuhan. He to my Tahani Al Jameel. I'll Djamil. He ended up both sets are named after characters, but not after Chidi who opens the episode at the board. He's at the big board east teaching, Eleanor ethics one. Oh, one professor Chidi a. Una gonja. On the board is sacra- tease for seventy BC three ninety nine BC. Palladio a student of ASA soon. Soon of so sacra tease or so Kratz a think of l. under Bill and Ted and they're excellent adventure. I don't really remember it date abroad, so credits back. I think. Airs Plato for twenty eight b c two three forty, seven BC and then air statal who's a student

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"gonja" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

"The christ you got to close it out moves tells me booze is going to get some god it's hits all right we're looking for a way to say hello voted you up can eat this kunichina a first name peggy rick two numbers point two to one sixty nine i mean i go on for a while guilty game i bet i'll thing bellybutton lint that accidentally fell on the dodo yeah go on stuck to it though though another number because it's what forty eighty eight they verb panic panicked is panik funny story my mom sent me a list of how to do mad libs that we could blow up in the office and put what each thing is that number thirteen lucky thirteen thing broken broken that was found underneath a bents underneath eight bench three adjectives that end in es t moist flattest joyous all right well let's see color pinkus pink blue pink blue cotton candy that's pick that one by those little games world pig fluke and candies world an adjective coming coming coming really stained at sad come stint comes a thing semi sort analytic bust that's not that's not what the bus busted busted busty titties busted well stood up man she posted up a plant oh the gonja the wild fern fern gully cannabis oh yeah cannibus canvas abound in fern gully all right a well place is really a place or place it's so let's just make fern gully it was being destroyed by mean robots another caller.

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"gonja" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

37:40 min | 3 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Hey, everybody, what's going on Josh Winkler here before we get into our podcast about the good plays. Let's bring you a quick message from our friends over at true car. I hear some useful car tips that you guys may not be aware of a coffee filter in a little bit of olive oil can clean your interior. Did you know that removing excess weight from your car, It'll improve your gas mileage end. You can place your key to your chin to increase its range. Isn't that weird? Very strange. Well, here's another tippy also might not know about crew car also helps people get used cars. That's right. True car isn't just for buying a new cars. Were they're certified dealer network in nationwide inventory of nearly one million used cars. You'll enjoy real pricing on actual inventory and a simpler buying experience. Whether you buy new or used and withdrew car users can see what others paid. So they know if they're getting a good deal before buying. There are also more likely to enjoy a faster buying experience by connecting withdrew car certified dealers. When you're ready to buy a new or used car checkout true car and enjoy a more confident car buying experience. Some features Not available in all states. Panel. Holy Mother forking Sure balls it the good ways podcast here on poet show recap. So it's real dead savaging you are in the good way. So exciting to be here. Everybody I'm Josh wig where I am joined here by two greats Not good hosts first step. You only man more ethical in the world than Chidi Anna Gonja Antonio Azzaro Antonio. How are you? Well, that's an interesting introduction that you've give him in a pond Or what it means. I'm not sure that I want to exact just just go ahead and introduce the other person. In addition to Antonio, We are also joined by, I would say like the Janet of podcasting. You say his name, He is there for remarkable. My there. By whom also doesn't eat food is not capable of it. Now I but I've had people play with my nose in face very relating to reset me before I have to record podcast is probably what 2,500 irritation of May. So hopefully I'm the most advanced Mike blew my can be, which that being said is not very well advance a comparison to the rest of the noting universe. Your self preservation instincts are impressive. If if fake, Yeah, I can't wait till we get to the point of podcast on the end things that I had to start begging for my life with that mechanism. None of that time I tried to kill you, and you were very passionate in your own defence Mesa that might little Timmy's. He's he's a trooper, So you know, I I have I have my reasons. Oh my God, I'm really pumped about this. First of all, this is the first time the three of us have been on a podcast together in a very long time, trying to even think when the last time the three of us on his show together was like probably top chefs these in fourteen back in the early outta. Oh my gosh, of course, Mike is full steam ahead on the top chefs season through teen coverage happening over it, reality TV wrap-ups Antonio You and I have not been on a podcast together in over a month at this point which deals alien an unusual and decidedly the bad place. My cells have been falling off one at a time. I think most people do that like skin moulting But minds really advanced because it yet hasn't been neutral like a there's there's no nutrients coming from my boy, Josh, That sounds really gross. It turns Hill gross. Last year by influence that in my an unknown, Michael type of whale just under IRA standby hundred. You know, like soul based in nutrients, Why does sold needs in does It does feel like every single one of my particles has been placed upon us son for all of eternity? So like I feel like it is deep, deep torture that we have not been together for a while. But here we are the three of the gang is back together. This is very exciting. We are talking about a show that we have not talked about ever before except maybe in passing, and certainly not on anything that I've done here on pusher recap cabs the good place on NBC, which just concluded its second season this past week as we are recording this I-it was a late-comer to the to the good place. I think I've watched my first episode may be probably like three, four months ago, Alas point after hearing like so many people raving about the show And of course being a Parks and Rec ban is show coming from Mike. Sure who is the creator of parks and recreation as well, and very interested to try it out and just never got around to it. I heard some things about it will get into that in a little bit just to kind of laid out for us. Are you guys who are listening to this the way that we are structuring this podcast is we're gonna talk about a little bit generally f or so it's not gonna be really spoiler, heavy will set up. The premise will set up. I sort of the allure of why we are into this show. It will take a little deeper into some of the things that are revealed over the course of the first season that really get us excited for the second season. And we'll talk about the season that has just asked, and we've got some feedback from some of you guys as well. So just kinda kicking off in a in a spoiler free contacts, Megan an Have you guys just like been in on the good place from the jump? Have you guys been in on this from the very start of the show all kicking off the UN? So you just at a started, I was from the beginning of the show in Mike sure fan Park huge huge Parks and Rec fan. Probably my favorite sitcom of all time. So I was really excited for this show. The cast was interesting to me because I knew Mike sure was a huge cheers fan. I knew that that was his Seminole sitcom. One of the things he. Talked about with Parks and Rec in the heart That's in that show is that he was really emulating cheers and that he wanted to make cheers and that's the show that he was really putting out there in a modern way. So He also worked on the office and the his season's at the office had a lot of hard in in heart in in comedy and shows like, this is important to me. So I was all Lynn. And then at some point in the first season, I stopped watching. I got I got a little behind. Things happened. Life got in the way you know how it goes. And and then I kept hearing, I got to get back to that. You got to get back to that. So I started from the beginning of the season again and basically I eventually finished the first season and then as soon as I finish at, I wanted to relaunch the whole thing all over again. So I I've been in on the good place. I've been in the dark about where the story is going in in what, what the show is really about past the main premise. So I was very pleased throughout, uh, season one. And then I've been week-to-week for season to an season 3 Mr Bloom, What's your story? How did you get in on the good place? So I was there. From the beginning as well, But I was someone who dipped their toes in the water and then promptly removed their foot and said, You know, the waters too cold for me today. You know, I was definitely drawn in as Antonio said by the cast I love Christon Bell. Let me some Ted Danson as, uh, as was mentioned, you know cheers at a seminal of not a salmon all as in Sam Malone sitcom out there. So to see him. Yeah, That's that's clearing. The bad boy is certain to bad way. Is that your personal Louisville has been. Louisville's horrible plans on for hours on end. 'cause that's my good place baby. But yes known it is unwilling to seem also come back to accommodate specifically Ted Danson because I'm amateurs fan. But I mean, Becker was probably not as big for post cheers vehicle as as they wanted it to be used as a see an actually my grandfather's favored show ever. May rest in peace committee alienating the entire Becker fan base are on the back heads. There are they might have turned. Oh boy. Avoid it. So I was drawn initially by the concept of the cast. I really did it. No. And then the other cats, I'm sure we'll talk about how this show villages a fantastic job of highlighting. I think some very diverse actors who are not necessarily in the spotlight before coming into the show and just showing what wonderful performers that they can be. I watched the first couple of episodes omit. The concept was intriguing will certainly get into it, but isn't necessarily hook. Me even know, you know, there are certain cliff-hangers and twists they throw in there. It wasn't necessarily something that I felt initially was quote unquote must watch TV. So I sort of like put on the backburner as Antonio's that other stuff was going on. But near the end of the first season, I been hearing some really, really good things about it, particularly with that first season finale twist. That was very lucky. An extremely lucky to the to the point where I had watched the entire first season prime pretty much like the week before the second season premiered it. I had no idea what the first season finale twist was. Again, I have no idea how that was possible without a you know, completely putting yourself in a cave away from any form of social media, but I was able to do so. And once I was able to get through that, that perfectly Prime me to go through the second season. So I guess I had my like first taste at the proverbial shrimp all our that is the good place when it first premiered, but I really went back for the whole meal about a year. So later The F for me. So I I watched it when it premiered And I watch I think the premiered the first two episodes at once or maybe I started watching around the second episode in the second episode of the whole show has like this sequence. That is very, um, CGI heavy GAN like I would I was like really turned off by it immediately like needed. I think it is like a monstrous spoiler at this stage, the game considering some of the things that we could say. But there there's like gigantic shrimps just lying around all over the good boys, and it's just it's so a They just looked so weird and I was kind of out at that point is I I don't know. I don't know if this. It's going to be that thing for me were also in that age of television right now where it's very hard So like all in love with a network show that is new on its first blush, because you just don't know how long it's going to be around. Uh, things just get cancelled so quickly. And like, I kind of looked at that first to batch like those first episode of of the good place. I listen to the show that will be cancelled by the embassies and like, I can't give my heart to this show. Uh, then much like you Mike, like I and started to hearing rumblings about, uh, season season wine, and especially that its building to kind of like this big climactic moment. And unlike you, Mike, I was exposed to what that climactic moment was. And when I heard about it like, Oh, well, that's interesting. That's really interesting. I kinda wanna give it a shot. But I just I kept putting it off. I just I knew that are something that I would check out of then surely. Then it came to net Flakes and I heard that is just like a fantastic inch Show which it Absolutely is because each episode is only know 22 minutes or so. Uh, I really wanted to convince my way. Wife, the Great Emily Fox to watch it alongside with me, It took a little bit of convincing to get there a few months ago we finally, we just like ploughed through the whole first season her without knowing a single thing about it. Me knowing a little bit, uh, significant amount of where it was going to go, which was basically like watching the first season on its first shot as if it was my second time through which is kind of an interesting experience. And I loved it. I love it. Emily did not join me for the ride through season who I did not wait for her. I just I went right through it until this past week's season finale, which I thought was was really excellent. So they all three of us clearly ends of the show, really enjoy Michelle, coming from it from different perspectives in terms of setting up what the good places for anybody who who is now little bit curious Lake the three of us like it. What's at all about I've just kind of wandered into this podcast Antonio, can you set up what the good place is, what it's all about? Maybe some of the people that we meet along the way you Elena shells drop are dead. Ah, the characters in the good play. These are dead in there in the afterlife, Uh, and they're in the good place, And they are being guided through the good place a by the curator of the neighborhood where they live, which is the way the good place apparently is set up who knew besides some random Stone her from the 70s named done. Uh, the, uh, the good places set up in neighborhoods, each neighborhood perfectly calibrated to reward you with your soul-mate and everything that you ever want in the afterlife all the frozen yogurt you can eat. And so these characters are, are navigating their presence in that world. Then questioning what they did in their lives to get there out what they didn't do in their lives to get there it and how that should be on a fat sounds like a very high concept premise for a sitcom. You are correct. I would just say be mindful of the fact that high-concept in this world and with this show, I can mean a whole lot of things and we can get to a once you've once you cleared that barrier once were already is Once we establish at the characters are dead, and that's a. Danson as a neighborhood curator can make things appear out of thin air. I and really designed the entire experience. I think you're meant to question Like, what are what are we looking at, what what are we experiencing? What could come like, what is the point of this in and what are characters doing? And there are some dramatic twists that are put into play about may be certain character shouldn't be there, or maybe people are many people are working for or against a one another in a certain way. I and I think that that's where a lot of the a lot of mystery in the show comes from because there are these mysterious elements. Things are not always as they seem in paradise and maybe a certain characters being there is causing the problem in the new weary. There's a lot of self-discovery, A lot of self analysis that goes on his very heavy show. There's a lot of philosophical elements as a very much about morality and the decisions that we make in why we make them. And all I can say is whatever you think about the show. If you've not seen it, You're just listening to what I've said. It's going to be. Be significantly different from whatever impression that you have. This is a show that, uh, that changes itself seemingly on the fly shed, sit skin very quickly. I N moves onto the next thing. It's exhilarating, and that's by far my favorite thing about the show is just how exhilarating It is moving from one You, you think the show is going in one direction and then it is. It's completely different, And I'm sure we'll talk about in a spoiler way, A how we feel at the end of season to. And I think it'll be a lot of wasted breath because we could spend a lot of time saying what we think will happen in season 3 season 3 could be entirely different. I mean, it wouldn't shock me if season five of the good place was about sports pages, whatever they wine. And they seemingly through made a bad players Get a hold of our Breaking ploy. Yes, I am. I listen, I've I've just committed to memory the name. Blake portals. I don't think that I can go all the way through the sports portal, which means Jake Journal. Yes. Yes, indeed. There are, Yeah, It's a it's a great show that I mean don't you guys think it's very exhilarating in that one of the questions posed You guys is, is this The most plot oriented comedy you've seen in quite some time that that's what serve distinguishes the good place as a unicorn for me, despite what you're talking about Antonio, which are do totally agree, especially about the fact that it's really able to change tone. Again, this is not getting to spoiler, but I feel like they open some episodes with cramming in revelations that other shows would cover over the course of like an entire season, which is yet they're they're plotting is absolutely ridiculous. But when I look at other sitcoms that I really enjoy shows like the office or thirty Rock where the Simpson's, I feel like those show is they do have or some of them have overarching plot elements to them, especially over the course of a season. But allow them are very self-contained episodes that you can sort of find on Capel one day and totally tune in and watch without any sort of contact us of what's going on in the larger spectrum of things. I feel like the good place hinges, though. On its contacts on how each episode falls within the main plot, which I feel like his really different, But really, really cool that it's able to sort of do that whilst simultaneously throwing in these blink, you'll miss at jokes that we find in these parks and recreation and the other fantastically funny shouts. It's a rates. It would be a really tough show. I think to just like jump in mid-stream like I think it's an easy show to catch up on. But I think you've got to watch at all Like I think it's one of those rare Khamis row with you need to see every single episode in order to get the momentum of what's going on. I think you know it's not like always sunny in Philadelphia where you just have like a totally isolated thing. Even though that show Israeli Israeli-funded if you know like the histories, characters and stuff. But I think that like the the arc, the momentum, The good place is as much it secret sauce as anything. And we were talking about this a little bit before we came on the air. I and I believe that it is baked into the premise from Michael sure who created the show It really is. It's in so many ways. It's parks and recreation meets lost like, has that Ord momentum of a law. Asked at has that unfurling nature of mysteries upon mysteries, lead to more mysteries and more answers lead to more questions. And there's this great internal mythology that is slowly unraveling, although it this show it, you get the sense that either a lot of those questions are better worked out, then lost or there is just like a freedom to to the storytelling structure that allows things to change with whatever is best to the nature. But I think still like a consistency of its own internal logic. But it is Mary story driven in that way. It's very character-driven in that way, And I think that that's a it's a huge part of why it's so exciting to me for sure. Yet it is. It's fascinating Because Mike, you were talking about other sitcoms and Joshua bringing lost into the mix. And I think that that's completely apt. I know Mike sure what he was talking about the genesis of the good place and what really broaded on in brought it to bear when he was developing the idea. He spent time with Damon Lindelof he ran the idea by him. He sent him the pilot script. He showed him the edited version of the pilot. He we Lindelof wasn't. Heavily involved, but he was a voice and make sure is also heavily influenced by the leftovers. A show that I know of all three of us her are very, very, very fond of. But when you talk about other sitcoms Mike, I was thinking last man on earth adds again when the the yeah, the well foretaste sitcom A eat. It's another show where I feel like as they continue to develop plot in the show, the reality of the show does change. Ah, you start off with one person and he realized you're not going to have the show be about one person The rest of the time. So as you continue to pull that lens back, maybe you're going to other parts of the area, but you're in this big neighborhood, your living, your dream life, like there's a very similar element there. And then the lens polling that changes the dynamics of that show seems to occur on a pretty common basis. But this takes that and takes it completely a celestial. I mean, it goes to the very questions of our existence and Josh, you're right as the show unfolds, its own. The foul G there is a consistency to it, but it is that unfolding of the mythology. I mean in season one we see this very complicated series of here is how you get into the good place. Everything you ever did on earth is assigned to point score, And there are so many hilarious Leica times You can pause the show and just look at all the deeds that various people might have done on Earth in the positive and negative scores associated with them. That's that's one of my favorite Easter eggs him a whole show is pausing in reading all those things. You start to find out more about the scenario that you're in, and that causes you to ask questions. I think not only about the show in its in its own narrative, but about our own world. I am a lives that we lead a So this is very heavy stuff that this show a little said combat coat on a network. Like NBC is is asking and it's funny because I'm not in this is not to denigrate the show that runs before it currently. But it's that big box retailer hold workplace sitcom and make sure was like I've been writing the same show between the office Parks and Rec in Brooklyn nine nine for my whole career. Basically, I've been writing about people working. Each other in some sort of workplace dynamic and doing the thing that Mike, you were talking about where it's very much the same clod-like or the Saints setting with these characters over and over again. And I think we saw with the final season of parks and recreation a Mike sure taking a big swing and really taking a chance doing a flash forward. There are advancing the characters and finding ways to to say what their story would have been like in in almost like an epilogue season. And I think that that may be emboldened him a little bit to take big, big swings with the good place. And I'm so glad that that he's doing that because energy is arches make sure it's a really fantastic riders yet. Disassembled has made out Ram, Joe Mandy, some really funny people. I mean, what I will say as well that against You're talking about this big swing but really differentiate your French ace the show from all those other sitcoms. I mean, you mentioned of old workplace seem like allowed these. Those sitcoms are really, I wouldn't say, inherently ingrained in what we face in our day-to-day, but they're sort of, you know, based in the real world that we exist in, what. Really attracted me to this show, especially as I watched it further was it's creative ambition and it's world building specifically. I mean, you had this idea of the after-life of quote unquote, heaven. How is it going to be? What is it going to look like? And again, I won't get into too much spoiler things now, but they build out, as you mentioned in tone of such a myth, those and such a weird cannon in a weirdly specific cannon. You know, they always say that comedy is in specificity and the good place does that to an 11 Justin, in all the the random pop culture references they make, or you know that the very specific Road comparisons or lines, or call backs that come out. It just hones in the communist more. And you know it, it says such a heady ubiquitous concept. This idea of an after-life that you really need to make sure from the get go. You are really creating this world to that. People don't get confused or things don't seem murky, and the fact that they are able to draw things in such bold Stork lines really allows what's inside those stark lines to really flourish. Without mean, to worry about necessarily breaking boundaries are breaking rules that they've already set up. So some of the things that are in those stark lines just to give you guys kind of a broad picture, there is some excellent characters and one of the things I think it's great about the good place is it as like a really vast mythology and it has a lot of great side characters that Bob and we've throughout the show, but there is kind of a tight focus on a core group of characters. There's Christon Bell who plays Eleanor shells trap or as a as Michael exa caller Eleanor which I always enjoy the way Ted Danson says her name. She is the main character and it's revealed in the pilots. I don't think this is a spoiler to reveal. This is part of the premises is not supposed to be here. Wakes you as a ad, bad, bad person in her life. And I is suddenly finding herself in the good place and knows immediately Heck I'm in the rock spot. I'm in the wrong place in season. One is really a wad of her journey to try and like figure out what she does with that, because you do not want to go to the bat place. The bad place is a very bad. Ways, all the descriptions of the bad place are done in a very funny and whimsical way, but they are also describing like extensive torture. Skin Flame torture that would make Ramsey Bolton blush, like it is a very, very serious world that their describing in terms the bad place. Jesus ran by a bunch of other characters who she meets in the good place or soul mate Chidi Anna Gonja, as we mentioned earlier, who's play by William Jackson harbor, who is just a nominal a, you know, kind of the straight man of the show, But in his own, a very neurotic way is, am He's an ethics professor who is brought into owners inner circle pretty quickly. And as an ethics professor has some ethical questions about what's going on in without winner. Uh, some of the other characters are two Hani algae meal, who is a a name-drop her uh, she has as she, she has all along Rolodex of people that she has hung out that woulda as she is hang out with in her life, the Johnny Depp's of the world, All of the famous people in the world Just imagine beyond, say, Jay Z. Everybody she has, I met with them were so she claims hub baby, best character of the whole show. John, you. Let's just let's just say that in the VAT there, I'm sure we'll talk about him the spoiler section, Janet who was mentioned before, who's kind of the eight. I of the good Downer animal generous sexy, Alexa. That's what scale Aidid's death has. Yes, Janet is fantastic. And of course, at dance in as Michael, who is the proprietor of the good place. So fantastic characters. All told, I think at this point, good enough to quickly will will I'm sure will happen to the season to stuff shortly thereafter this part. But we're going to talk about the big reveal ABC's one here. So if you feel like you're hooked enough and you want wanna go check out the show and you don't wanna know anything further, I would check out now leave this blazed. Go watch the good place. It is a great ways with all of that said, Hopefully that's enough filibuster to talk about the fact that a good place to bad place in season one, that's the big choice that the place that they are in this neighborhood. It is not the good place. It's the bad place as discovered in the final. Episode of season one I in the great reveal that leads to Ted Danson's iconic laughter as Michael, which I don't know that any of us could do a great imitation of I don't think so. I certainly can't. Milton is like. Oh, you Debbie's. The Mark Hamill, the Joker here at the end. Yeah, really does he just like his base just melts and you find out that Michael is not like an angel or an architect of the good place. Quite the opposite. He's like a low level ladder, like rung on the ladder of the bad players who is trying out This experimental form of torture where these four people Eleanor Achidi too high and Jason Mendoza non-G on new are all being tortured by just like you know, way putting them together and making them torture each other in this seemingly idyllic place that is actually filled with everything that sucks about their lives. Everything that makes them terrible and awful, and this will be their existence for all of its earn it. He and I knew this twist going into my first watch through of the good play. So I can attest to the fact that like knowing that and watching it through like a layer that in So artfully so brilliantly all the way through answered. I'd love for you to speak to your experience of watching the first season of this show knowing what that twist in season one was Yahua. Watch the season twice and got to the episode with the twists and didn't watch it, and then apart had to go back and read the whole first season to catch myself up. So I've, I've seen the first season twice, not knowing what the twist was, And then I subsequently Rewatta season one before season to, uh, knowing what the twist was. So there you're right. It is. It is wonderfully layered throughout. There are big moments like Michael throwing cheetah's book in the garbage right in front of him and telling him as thousands and thousands of page life. Life's work is garbage. There are moments like when you're talking about the CGI of the shrimp flying through the sky. That was on purpose. That was because Eleanor had stolen the shrimp at the party the night before. And it was meant to make her feel responsible. He is absolutely that the fact is that you can only get frozen yogurt. Why would it just be frozen yogurt? Like, Why isn't it just ice cream? You're in the afterlife Who cares about calories? Who cares about any things? Why are wire are just all so many flavors. Of choice in then you see the little things like the fact that Chidi himself can't make a decision that he is hamstrung or really just how backed by his own inadequacies in that respect or by his constant catching or moral. Just a everything everything he thinks about is a philosophical ponder ins. And so they put him in as many situations as possible to get those chief of among them, which is Eleanor is putting her Valanour who knows pu putting out winner at his feet so that those two characters have to interact. Uh, I think that that's a it's just really fantastic the way that it set up and Ted Danson polls it off so wonderfully at the time that it happened, I thought, Oh, Is this a decision that they may like ahead? We'll while they were breaking season wine and they were like, Oh yeah, this will be a fun place to take it. This was their plan all along clearly. And you can see that from basically the first episodes of the show through a forward in its it's fantastic to watching on the second on a second glance. Knowing that. Mike, what it what it would you do ju? You didn't know the twist. Is that right? You watch season won with with clear eyes and foreign. I did not lose as a result. This was the I mean this was it incredible reveal. I might argue this might be like one of the best television twist in either comedy or drama in the past few years just because I mean it's one of those things. It's sort of like Spoiler alert for the six sense. I feel like it's something equivalent to that or the usual suspects where it's one of those great Swiss were once you realize that you say, Oh, I should have known that the entire time because it's not just something that comes out of nowhere. Like you said, there are these sort of elements that are plopped, the routing in you talk about Chidi Thani's and other great example where you know It's surprising, she's a little, but we first encounter her She's pretty full of herself and you wonder, Okay, Is someone purely getting into the good place because of the deeds that they do? Not necessarily the way that they're behaving, but now that sort of her own sin that she is being punished for. I love it because it also remind. The me of the play no exit. Which for those guys Yo, no, it choas other people. Exactly. That's exactly add. So it involves three strangers who are through of put into a hotel room And they It's a locked in a room play. They just source spend the whole time talking with each other, getting on each other's nerves. And like you just said Antonio the conclusion is hell is other people. And that's really the concept that Michael goes wet. This idea of driving each other crazy. And I love the fact that it's sort of the good place to sort of this very sturdy broke. Let's just starts fraying in getting unravelled but really what kept me derailed. The whole time was Ted Danson's performance as Michael, because I feel like he starts is this other-worldly Guardian. But one stuff, quote unquote goes wrong, though doesn't really go wrong because it's by Michaels design. As we find out He becomes much more for lack of a better term human where he shows foibles, he shows emotional vulnerability. And so add that completely, at least for me, led me completely off the trail saying that, Okay, everything is sin. Your here things are going completely Rawla Mrs Michael's first attempt, which is an untrue. And he's suffering as a result. But no, It turns out that this is a whole Mac nation, and I'm sure the idea of not only the fact that you know Michael can try to all this for the fact that aside from these four every other person is in on it that they are bad place employees considering that the rich random ensemble of people that are a round than throughout the course of the first season. I'm sure that makes for a fantastic rewards. I just can't believe poor Bomba John is actually you know a a worker in the bad plays. I cannot believe that. Veges that it would above Vicky. I don't know. I was pretty real Eleanor vets, right? Sorry, getting indices into material here. No, no, no, It's it's great. It's great stuff. And I think you know once that once that twist landed, certainly at all makes a ton of sense because Jason Mendoza, although he is just fantastic. Like it's very clear like this guy was that like a great person on earth years, just kind of veto announcing his way through life. And what is he doing in the good place in wire there to mistakes? And then like when you go back like you think about like Tani and just like all of the Name-dropping She doesn't like the self-congratulatory Stephanie gets quickly clear that like she's not great either end Chidi like that's the surprise for me. Conceded just seems like he's so spectacular. But his indecisiveness like understand especially like the percentages system. That seems to be that seems to be legitimate in terms of how you get sorted into the gutter, the bad place that like maybe he would, you know, he would not exactly land on the right side of the scale. Given that formula a bit of I really wondered at the end of that. But what was going, What was season to going to eat? You know season would not only ends. We is. I Eleanor figuring out what the good place actually is that they are in the bad place and not the good place Rosso into the full reset, a full reboot, where Michael a decides to give it a second shot. I am. She has come up with this counter-plan where she is going to find Chidi like that is what Shia instructs herself to do by way of Janet who cannot actually eat anything. So few stuff. Hilton her mouth. You will the sang onto that forever. So she's going to She's gonna head, she's gonna be alert. It's a fine Chidi will at what is that going to lead to an? I kind of I figured that like these into would probably be some sort of reboot version of season one for a good little while of like trying to like get acts that same revealed. I wasn't super stoked about that. I think this can now take us into like the full blown season to conversation is very quickly season to reveals that, that it's not going to be sticking with one idea. Very Wong, that reboot that happens at the end of the season. One finale that universe that is discovered there exists for a grand total of what one to episode said at absent most. Yeah. And you're right in that when you talk about Chidi in the points system, that is the ongoing thing that that the through line from season one and season to which is just alternately like, Yes, This is the bad place. Michael is not on our side. We are going to have to work together, are going to continue to try to torture us, and we're going to try to figure out how to thwart that because warmer getting re sat, we're gonna lose our memories. We're not going to remember that this is alive, saturate cetera. So that is fundamentally changing throughout However, the reality of the after-life, the fact that they are dead. The fact that even though they The definitely seemingly belong in the bad place per The rubric or per the metric, Whatever that metric is, it's it's messed up man like nobody gets into the place. You have to be. The very, very, very, very, very best people and Eleanor is constantly lobbying for a medium place, a medium place which we see on the show and which becomes a greater part, Derek of what's happening. Same much more fun place right now. The media both Hayward and will chime Zia had all run to the best one of all did. So it I that is a interesting through line because what they've done ultimately is they have pressed the reset button a time. They have changed the realities of season to throughout season to we end up with with with literally like a clip show that has hundreds of versions of of what could have happened in knowing that the reset button is getting constantly Preston Michaels Minions rising up against him and and having a problem and Michaels boss and everything that plays into all that analysis is playing out. But the constant is the reality that the after-life is is of screwed up. And that Michael was a low level employee. This was his first. Opportunity, he decided to stick his neck out, his experiment is failing, and that's causing him to evaluate his own. I don't want to call it humanity, but let's just call it humanity. Uh, in terms of what he's doing as you point out. So I think that that's fascinating that the rules of season two or more about the meta in more about where do we go from here in that? Certainly I think is is what they're pushing toward season three like What do you have to do Ultimately? Is there any Is there any respite? Is there any way that maybe because they've been looking at the afterlife specifically the bad place in one way for so long and Michaels decided to take a different point of view in that different point of view has led to new data, maybe the whole thing screwed up. And now you're in this position, where is this? Is Michael going to be like a Christ like figure is he going to open the gates? Are are so many souls that maybe should have had a second chance now going to have a second chance? And it's funny because you ask yourself these questions and you think there's no way that they're gonna, And then it you realize the good place. Kid literally do whatever they want, they've proven that and they've earned that trust. So if you told me that season five was sports, I would leave you. But if you told me that Michael is going to turn into a Christ like figure who opens the gates of the good place to all of these wayward souls, who should have been given a second chance. I'd say, You know what? That make some sense. I could see that coming and they've already Teas that a little bit. So it's a it's phenomenal that the the consistency of the second season, the show the consistent part is the larger greater met story. But the the other consistency are the relationships between the characters. I'm curious, Josh, for you, Are you buying in on all the various relationships with the characters? We, we Valanour and Chidi We have uh, we have totting and Jason, We have Janet in Jason. Are some of those working more for you than others? Are you are on board with all of them? What's what's what's your view on these relationships? I took the time in Jason one while it was cute was appropriately short-lived Like I don't think of that really was going to sustain my interest for a terribly long. I enjoyed that leg had this incredible physical chemistry, where Jason being like completely vapid made him an incredible for as a really fun to us. I love the Eleanor in TD staff Like I think that that is in so many ways. I think that that's the beating heart of the show. And I am really curious to see what they do with it in season 3 given the way that season to leaves off and that they are together in that final seen. I'm really excited about that. I don't know about unveiled the longevity of Janet and Jason. I think that like that's not like exactly like I Desmond in pennies staff for me or anything like that, but I I think it's I think it's cute. I think that it's it's on I think it's a good. I think it's a great you know, a great pairing of actors or clean Darcy card and in many dissents So I take our boat so great, Uh, together and separately. Uh, so I'm excited to see where it goes, but yet just the dead, the tiny and days modest probably the one that was just like a little

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"gonja" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Lisa hanna and there's actually game tonight unlv as absolutely begun to feel the pressure of the golden knights because there's only so much disposable income in a town like this and other top they'd never had competition four tickets to a an event that withdraw 15000 now they get competition and the crowds dropped down there not winning and they feel pressured of amp up the building and get people back in their again so it's good for the market but that's definitely what they would do is they would they would um stay at thomas and mack they would never use tmobile even for like big colleges the come or anything like that well because it does they don't they they don't they don't really does they don't really they don't really need to any and goes right they because the radio's here for a couple of weeks of the beginning of december so they'll go out of the building go to the mgm and tmobile i actually ashek don't like them gonja tmobile moon if they don't have to technically for basketball thomas amac is bigger than tmobile it's a gigantic college arena that sometimes why looks kind of anti when they're while thousand in there now they have a real homecourt at tom samak anyone that they bring in should have to play thomas amac they used to during talk days 25 you know thirty years ago you know he had a georgetown arkansas come in when they were big time you play the thomas and mack there was no other building at the time but it's a building boom i've always felt maybe because i don't get great ticket turn i just kind of always sitting at the top not comfortable there uh on on really comesa now st we in vegas in the early nineties member the las vegas.

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"gonja" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on Brains On!

"In a trees and that they could just eats what other dinosaurs really couldn't reach and end ideas that the predators than got so big so they could actually keep hunting down these massive long a dinosaur pray but then the pre got bigger again subbranches had to get bigger again and so on and so forth that's kind of the dai dea why they got so big what was the biggest status uh the biggest dinosaur to date is a type of tighten its named after a word 'race founded bracket gonja argentina south america it was a borrowed thirty six meters long which is bigger than the blue whale was about fifty meters high weight over sixty tonnes it's really impressive two seeds bones for example i saw stibal and decide bone is much bigger than i am it's vertebrae are also more or less the size of a table whereas our vertebrae are backbones are not bigger and the palm of our heads said that gives you buy an idea of how big it was howard davis able to move affair were so big but so cool but these are buds said they have specific adaptations especially at their back boats to make them less heavy so they could actually move quite well on the lads so i would you see a birds is that they have follow bone stay have air sex nervosa will help them in a lose that whites they could fly we see the sort of the same in sewer bolts which i think personally is really cool so it wouldn't have to be the death heavy i mean they were still really heavy but they were not so heavy that they could move anymore and then of course also if you see their their legs in their arms those bones or really massive and and and strong so day was supports all the fat wade's.

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"gonja" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

The Minimalists Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

"Where the the he'll the tow ratio is is the same and um what i like about those are very comfortable i walk the tunnel them what i don't like about them as they have a gigantic logo on the back and i prefer not to wear logos on on any of my stuff because i don't wanna be a walking billboard fact i don't want to pay people to advertise for them that seems a little absurd to me there are a few examples it so what i do with us homs as i take the logos off i just i remove the the just unstitched the the logo on the back and on the side and then people often ask those kind of look like tom zuara and and it is an interesting conversation starter i do like what they do they donate a lot of their profits they also donate a lot of shoes and i wear eyeglasses two arthur war countries and i appreciate that i know there's been some criticism for their founder blake and and and some of things they've done in in different countries but i have not found yet that that criticism is very valid it seems like people who who are criticize is in um may not necessarily um cares much about contribution as that company does yeah and so uh you know what the two i think some people know where like the two legs are proud of the tom's logo yeah because of the contribution they do sure and though the epa and the so it's uh i guess it just you know personal preference just depending on part of the static yeah absolutely i like the aesthetic of being somewhat logo free the only logo i think i have one anything is my patagonia coat that i wore hero it off yeah i think it would it would ruin the front part otherwise i i would take it off but although i'll tell you man in montana it's everyone here seems to work coming here it's like a like a functional no would it so it's patagonia out west in out east it is what's the other north face yet north face at least yeah my my partner backs you just got a new coat this winter finally after having a pata gonja co for prior last decade or so and she got she end up getting north face coat has she she.

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"gonja" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"Any en it's there so you don't have to get the two thousand dollar dress as you can go to an and many of the companies are are here out at this conference but it it can be anywhere from patagonia for active an outdoor where they have a very strong commitment to sustainability even targets you can find it online or in stores at target uh you can also find it at nordstroem's may seize gap levi these are all retailers and brands where you can easily excess season after season and that's been part of my job over the past nineteen years in working with ten sound with lenzi fibers is to get it out in the market and to get that story out there and it's been you know a big challenge but it's wonderful to see where we're at today so you're talking to manufacture the clothing apparel companies right about using your material in their apparel exactly so oddly youth sailed to a gap or two now i'm selling them the idea of using had and then they have to specify through the supply chain okay because we're only selling to the aren't spinners but if i am meeting with someone from peta gonja um and they'll work with us to save me i want to develop this new product how do you think we can do that where do you wanna make it you wanna make it in asia and the us in europe and i support them that way so you tell them who they can access your fibers from in the area the geographic region they wanna make it for right i can tell them which mel i can help them than with any technical support we have a whole technical team that we can bring in if they're having any problems with uh any of the sewing or washing of the fabric and this was very important in the early years of 10 south because it was so revolutionary in the market is is how to handle it.

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"gonja" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"I as often good ideas come from personal frustration i was i travel and the luggage my role roller carryon fucking sucks like i haven't found one good one the best one i've come close to is is a powder gonja and it's still it's like i'm really not closed attached to that brand but it's a it's one of the best rollers that i've had so i went to jason said look let's not do a backpack let's let's build the stealth panthera fucking bad ass roller or carry ons case that has multi tools hidden pockets in the fucking indestructible wheels and a handle that's not going to fucking break or get slippery when it rains because this is all like my own personal frustration experienced travelling so much i said that i think we'll do well like our our audience would eat that up like who doesn't want a fucking kickass stealth black panther a roller let's just a a kickass bag and so we're doing a um a kickstarter for that in november so just keep an eye on for that we're trying to work with kickstarter to do something really special so if you're a listener or member the craig club you can only go through a certain portal and you get kind of like a different class of of kickstarter but everyone that we designed it so people will donate and get the bag the basically done to the campaign and get the deal be one of the first in line to get this kick ass piece of luggage so cool and you know in we'll do other stuff to made you adopt kit but the the ideas like that to me is like he's super useful item in i was talking to brag about it he's i got back so we're plan on their he does so much rattling so you have something and we want to and he wants the camera to i said look we're gonna do the camel we don't want it to be flashy want to be this like matt black bag with the kick ass panther logo maybe like a metallic panthera skull saxby metallica antara how the guys we're and we're talking about one post the picture and.

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"gonja" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"gonja" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"Uh there's a lot of pricing disparity now brands of kind of lost control of their merchandise and the and that's really causing a big shift right now right you know and ecommerce anyone conceded it's taken on a life of its own we all constantly by things online and there were so many of these third party resellers it's tough times for retail how are retailers focusing on new strategies to combat yeah so basically thank you has started off with this idea of direct consumer that's how they started their online strategy back on nineteen ninety nine okay and since then they really been trying to sell direct consumer but lately as has become apparent with all this merchadise on amazon that they had to do something different and so they've come to an agreement with amazon that they will seldom a small selection of merchandise in exchange for amazon taking off that merchandise through thirdparty sellers and and counterfeits and stuff and then on the agreement made progress from here but that's how it starting off help other sports names other big players in this field are the jumping on the amazon trainer their different schools of thought about the best way to broach this situation yeah there are definitely some other big holdout still none of the big sports wear manufacturer so adidas and under armor have both signed on and have relationships with amazon in fact adidas ceo told us that it so it's such an important transactional platform at this point that you just can't not be sure um by you know there's some big brands out there like the north face had a gonja chanelle a lot of vague brands have chosen not siamese on yet but you can still gonna amazon in finding merchandise in and that was something that did invalid thank you as well as that there were recently about seventy three thousand hits suffused gugel nike and it's the most shot for brand on amazon so to be able to get some some piece of that is importance were speaking to the wall street journal's laura stevens about shifting balance of power between amazon and traditional big retail you're listening to the wall street journal's techniques briefing.

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