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"greg weisman" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Upkeep

Lights, Camera, Upkeep

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Upkeep

"Hello and welcome to a. Lights camera upkeep the podcast filmmaking pop culture and anything else you wanna throw into the mix. i'm corbin and as always i'm joined by will we didn't have a good way to segue into that because of this week's topic i think it's the most anything else topic we've done so far We decided yacht. With how the world's been recently there's always the subtext of politics in in what we talk about like. You could probably guess our political views pretty easily listening to this podcast but this week. We're just going to go all in and you know era grievances. Celebrate the things we like and talk talk politics next week to discuss religions that we break all the dinner rules. I don't think we should do the religion on no. I actually don't think we should radically afl people so i guess just be warned. This episode is going to be very very politics heavy If you don't like that next week we'll be back to normal. If you're used to that. I hope you enjoy So i wanted to talk about the role that parodying comedy place in politics. Because i think this is especially important for us to talk about as primarily comedic podcasters. Talking to political issues. Us talking about satire will be our introduction. Second disclaimer of that. We're gonna be making a lot of jokes today and we understand that. These jokes have to be carefully navigated But humor is a coping mechanism Please understand that. That's how i've dealt with many of the harshest things in my life is by making jokes and satire and political comedy has always been a tool for the underdog and for the people who aren't in power and allows them to take a shot at into criticize people who are in charge. I think one of the most forgotten rules of comedy. Also one of the important role punk rock punch-up always punch up. So you should be sizing those above you not those equal and below. Which you know. I don't think i'm very high on any social political ladder. So i have a lot of up to punch yes. We have our default and luckily we're not punching down because we're not terrible people like our default punch-up is criticizing greg. Weisman like all the time making fun of him. Like don't you dare say. The greg weisman is up financially financially. Actually we don't know he can have a dinosaur bone addiction as well. Anyone more people have read his books. No matter how terrible than have listened to our podcast. That's true that's true. You got that. Got that assign honest greg. But he's also like twice our age. Yeah give it time. Greg demos not making fun of the social contract. Say that we're not allowed to anymore no pun. We're making an exception for greg. Awful thing right just like that director. He just had his acceptance speech making who is he. I liked it. You're dreaming big there. Well.

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"greg weisman" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

04:08 min | 11 months ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"It is and I i. think it's easy enough to comprehend the reason. The public because they decided is manned spaceflight. You know you lose the public when you just have robots and and the like now we're back into manned spaceflight. Public is going to try this again and I think one of the rationales from their ministration on was the worm symbolized man, flight and space flight, and You know so it works that way, and it will conjure that up again. We had big lag in between, but I th I think it will represent representative well. And you know you can expect me to be a little prejudiced, but I try to be objective about it, too, and I think that there's there's a lot of good can come from it and then I i. do know from their actions I've had from younger personnel over the years. That that they'll be a lot of support and even even at Johnson Space Center. That's why I'm so looking forward to coming down there. You know it's a it's a full circle thing but I think it works for the agency. Well Richard I'm sure there's a lot of people listening to this podcast. I think I think we. We definitely have a lot of fans of of of space and maybe engineers. Maybe scientists, but I'm sure there's some graphic designers out there someone who wants to kind of follow in your footsteps, so any words that you you may WanNa have for them that maybe want to follow in your in your path and do great things like you're doing. Well I've always been encouraged it and I continued do that. If anybody's interested, they have to. Pay attention to the space program they have to you know. Read everything that comes out. Find Out! What what? He's doing say close to that and and understand the. The core material you know what the agencies trying to do, and then apply the one thing I would would ask any future centers not to do, and that was. Don't try to more these symbols we have now into one Other people have already tried that and it doesn't doesn't work. So if there's going to be another symbol way down the road I just don't do that. Don't don't mess up to Marks which have out quite a legacy and history. Than both. And maybe there's a third symbol out there someplace I do suggested if our if our particular logo is forty six years old. They don't have good for another four decades. Well said Richard Richard Dany. Thank you so much for coming on Houston. We have a podcast. What a pleasure talking to you today we shall the best. It's been great. Jerry I appreciate it very much. A. Off. Hey thanks for sticking around super interesting conversation. We had with Richer Dany today. The Guy who designed the NASA worm logo. I really hope you enjoyed it. You like this podcast. We have a lot of other episodes. You can listen to them in no particular order at NASA dot Gov Slash podcast. You can find us there as well as the many other podcasts across all of NASA. You can talk to us on the NASA Johnson Space Center. Pages of facebook twitter and instagram just use the HASHTAG. ASK NASA on your favorite platform to submit an idea for the show and just make sure to mention is for us at Houston. We have a podcast. This episode was recorded on June twenty, fifth twenty twenty thanks to Alex. Perriman Greg Weisman Pat Ryan, nor Moran Belinda Pluto Jennifer Lopez Rocky, Lind and Chelsea Bart. Thanks again to Richard Dany for taking the time to come on the show. Give us a rating and feedback on whatever platform you're listening to us on and tell us how we did. We'll be back next week..

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"greg weisman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This is business rockstars this is rock stars really doing my Greg Weisman they are the co founders of boosters thanks so much for being here thank you so for those who are not familiar if you could explain it should start this officers is a clean company company we started out with baking offer Alaina mixes that you can purchase anywhere in the country at that physical retail or online and then we also offer a subscription based kit offering that that you can get once a month in your house I'm a huge dessert lovers so love that it's a little less guilty or a little more guilt very very cool so where did the idea come from first food service by yeah children originally but I delete chickens on her own came up with the original idea and there was always a pain point or a problem to solve and this case is pregnant with her second child and knew that she wanted to work but she wanted to do something that would involve the kids and allow her self the time to disconnect and connect with her children so I she thought the kitchen would be the best way to do that and I came from crafting ideas from the subscription businesses are popular at the time but none of them are focused on treats and so that was the origin idea that's where it originally came from and that you connect with her and then they connect with me and our amazing brand killing it I'm sorry great ideas come from solving a problem so in this case delete wants to work she loves to work and but how do you do that when you are raising a family I think this everybody's crazy busy lives you gotta find those times to really can act to make it easier but not taking away from the desk on something like baking exactly and also speaking to the modern consumer I think that I believe is really smart and noticing there's a hole in the marketplace but you look at a perimeter of a store and you see all of these just as in how can I will like to point out and button there's now has about ten of innovation in the center of the store and that's the heart of what we eat is better I own and really being able to stay as a modern consumer we want something that tastes good something that has better ingredients that's kinder to our planet and it's at an affordable price and that didn't exist it was the one initially who saw that opportunity and sometimes and then techniques are nine you know when in the marketplace and found out there was a nice white space where an idea could flourish awesome well coming up with capital is always a struggle our our entrepreneurs and I know that you guys have successfully secured funding so I'd love for you guys to share a little bit at the vice when it comes to securing funding and that dear research before you go and find out what they've invested N. or look for people who have invested in either like minded people are like minded ideas are in a space that similar and then you connect with the audience you go into that room and you figure out what about your product whether it's tax whether it's you know an actual physical product what makes it means something to that person you're literally asking someone to give you their money and why and so you really have to find that commonality that is a reason for them to do it what that question that I would say make sure you have a destructive idea is that usually helps make sure you have an amazing patch stack and then have the spelling capability to do that I think when and and Yasser Machon we talked about with the leaders have strong seven visors that raise money before and have all that I have a tool box they can guide you into the three things that are required that your idea of make sure that when you walk in a minute talking investors they were like what is inside people you know ten minutes ago tell me the same thing you know so that is a good idea and then on that stack that's were you focusing your vision your strategy and you know how much money an array is where are you going to use the funds and and there's so many great tablets out there from brands to raise tens of millions of dollars so find one of those decks use that as a template and populate it with your own stuff and then we also talk about a practice in front of a mere actors in front of the harshest critics believe was did Dennis that target ask about I'm practiced in front of her kids who were the harshest critics and that will shape you and and make for a better and presentation and I don't think entrepreneurs are raising money ever go to that kind of level of record when it comes to raising manage come over that idea and they can't even action solid and investors turn off to it so he follows three guiding principles that seems to be a fact number that an investor here's how many pages a day yeah separate and everybody else and I was surprised to read that you felt that your career and background in Hollywood did not necessarily help you or give you an advantage to raising money anything I think it was a hunter and I think we had more to France definitely maybe help us get in the door and take the meeting as a novelty but then you have this huge mountain to climb over it definitely not an advantage well I love you guys are doing thank you so much for stopping by ensuring all your business insights really appreciate it thank you that we were rock stars you are officially rockstars for I think one thing that's incredibly important and seems pretty novel at first at least it did to me was really having incredibly clear company values and making sure that you just iron them into people like you know some of ours would be like surprise and delight is a huge thing for us that's how we measure performance in a lot of ways is like how often do you come back in like surprise and delight.

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"greg weisman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Business rockstars this is really Greg Weisman they are the co founders of boosters thanks so much for being here thank you so for those who are not familiar if you could explain my sisters this officers is a clean comfort company we started out with baking offer Alaina mixes but you can purchase anywhere in the country that passes ago retail or online and then we also offer a subscription based kit offering that that you can get once a month and a huge dessert lovers so love that it's a little less guilty or a little more guilt very very cool so where did the idea come from first food service by yeah children originally but I believe is the one who came up with the original idea and there was always a pain point or a problem solving in this case she was pregnant with her second child and knew that she wanted to work but she wanted to do something that would involve the kids and allow her self the time to disconnect and connect with her children so I she thought the kitchen would be the best way to do that and I came up with for crafting ideas from the subscript from businesses are popular at the time but none of them are focused on treats and so that was the origin idea that's where it originally came from and that's gonna concerned and they connect with me and our amazing brand kill it and I'm sorry great ideas come from solving a problem so in this case delete wants to work she loves to work and but how do you do that when you are raising a family I think this everybody's crazy busy lives you gotta find those times to really can act to making it easier but not taking away from the desk on something like baking exactly and also speaking to the modern consumer I think that I believe is really smart and noticing there's a hole in the marketplace then you look at a perimeter of a store and you see all of these just isn't coming out to a to point out and button there's now has a ton of innovation in the center of the store and that's the heart of what we eat is better I'll and really being able to stay as a modern consumer we want something that tastes good something that has better ingredients that's kinder to our planet and it's at an affordable price and that didn't exist is it really was the one initially who saw that opportunity and and and cactus are in there you know when in the marketplace and found out there was a nice white space where an idea could flourish also will coming up with capital is always a struggle for our entrepreneurs and I know that you guys have successfully secured funding so I'd love for you guys to share a little bit of advice when it comes to securing funding and that dear research before you go and find out what they've invested N. or look for people who have invested in either like minded people are like minded ideas are in a space that similar and then you connect with the audience you go into that room and you figure out what about your product whether it's tax whether it's you know an actual physical product what makes it means something to that person you're literally asking someone to give you their money and why and so you really have to find that commonality that is a reason for them to do it what that question that I would say make sure you have a destructive idea is that usually helps make sure you have an amazing patch tack and then have the spelling capability to do that I think when and and yes Sir Machon we talked about it with the leaders have strong seven visors that raise money before and have all that I have a tool box they can guide you into the three things that are required that your idea to make sure that when you walk in a minute talking investors there are like five people you know ten minutes ago tell me the same thing you know so that is a good idea and then on that tape stack that's refocusing your vision your strategy and you know how much money arrays where are you going to use the funds and it and there's so many great tablets out there from brands him raise tens of millions of dollars so find one of those decks use that as a template and populate it with your own stuff and then we also talk about a practice in front of a mere practice in front of the harshest critics believe was did Dennis that talk and ask about practiced in front of her kids who were the harshest critics and that will shape you and and make for a better and presentation and I don't think entrepreneurs are raising money ever go to that kind of level of record when it comes to resume and they come in with an idea and they can't even action solid and investors turn off to it so he follows three guiding principles and seems to be a fact number that an investor here's how many pages a day yeah separate and everybody else but I was surprised to read that you felt that your career and background in Hollywood did not necessarily help you or give you an advantage to raising money I think it was a hunter and I think we had more of a definitely maybe help us get in the door and take the meeting as a novelty but then you have this huge mountain to climb over it definitely not an advantage well I love you guys are doing thank you so much for stopping by ensuring all your business insights really appreciate it thank you that we were rock stars business you are officially rockstars.

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"greg weisman" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"Days of summer so that typically what it was it was like the summer season but it was like may to september whatever with l._a. Summers they last for like that was last year season five was but anyways so yeah that's <hes> <hes> that's the destiny news interesting interesting <hes> so that means. We're getting a lot more players. Josh doesn't have anything but he's gonna adding. The only thing that i will say is kind of personal. No i mean i was working so i dropped the ball and getting my <hes> my brother's book that i was talking about came out. I guess thirtieth. It's called charlie calling. It's a historical fiction takes place in the early nineteen hundreds <hes> but yeah the sequel of sequel of the man with the black box essentially there it's it's all sorts of good stuff demons and devils and size fun and you can get charlie's call you can get it on amazon nice ending it on ibooks. You can get it anywhere and could use our affiliate philly lincoln. Oh you know it's some brick and mortar stores to write. I will be we'll be. That's so the print media is kind of a way of the past so if you want to get it now dot com and you can you can order a print version there but <hes> that's taken over my world and a couple a couple of other projects but yeah we talked about it before. You were just talking about that. You're doing it and you're launching it and now is finally yeah now. It's out so it's <hes> been doing a lot of the marketing and whatnot for that and a law goes into like a help publish it like i guess you let a lot of stuff goes into that process. So whenever you see a book doc <hes> appreciate appreciate just just the process that went into it because it's not just written it's edited. It's formatted for print. It's there's graphic design like i i did design the front cover <hes> so that's pretty cool to see my credit in the in the front jacket but i don't have to resurrect correct alan rickman to do the audio book for yeah <hes> so <hes> you know me boy <hes> d._c. Boy is how we know him. Yeah d.c z boy now <hes> so <hes> yeah all on dc universe apps dick author out as much as i can <hes> and we talked about it coming from comic con my big thing was that young justice outsiders <hes> greg weisman and wonderful people who who made the show <hes> they were renewed for a fourth season and so the third season just finished finished if finale it was interesting. I had a very like oh my god gung-ho reception and it was like burn killing it was like number one streamed show oh for like three weeks. I was phenomenal. It beat out like good omens and all this other crazy <hes> and then had like this. What's happening what's going on. Are we going to get what we've i'm waiting for for like five six years and then it kind of had like some dips here and there were like you know you can see the cia range ended off in like a really really cool place where a lot of the audience members now who like check the gap are really excited for so season four's announced. They're working on it but i want to bring this back to marvel in d._c. Plus us disney plus <hes> so a lot of people. Ask like what's going to happen with marvel. What's gonna happen with these fees is right and we talked a little about during our marvel recap. Check out that episode on youtube as well. We're going to get fi like three years of phase four right allie craig me two years two years and how are they going to do the movies ziada spiderman so yet but thinking of how the t._v. shows are going to roll out a hundred percent indicative this that's exactly because so young justice just ended mhm but by the time this episode comes out <hes> dc dc universe's original show that the launch show was titans season two will be launching..

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"greg weisman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Once we did that and we got channel one aligned and we were hearing good strong Eirik time code coming up. Channel one. We began play more tape and started listening to the other channels to see how they sounded. Right away. We noticed that. There was a lot of cross talk. Or there was some crosswalk but across between channels, but we weren't completely sure. If this cross talk was a problem with the new head, or if it was a part of the original recording trying to understand what you're hearing and troubleshoot that without a baseline understanding of what you should be hearing made it difficult. So we put everything together in the sound Scribner. We started rolling tape and probably took maybe three or four days of Justice because you know, when you just the head it's still mountain actually on these little mechanical fly wheels that you would rotate and the hope is that we would set it to one spot, and then lock it never change it because then it would actually hopefully be in the sweet spot across all thirty tracks. Where the tracks would have been when they ran across the record as right fifty years ago as right, so. So sui made there's a just moments. There was a little bit of reengineering that we had to do here. We found out that in order to kinda minimize all these cables for the readhead. We actually routed all of the wiring through a harness to the to the back of sound scribes routed inside the unit, and then we set up a patch panel on the outside with three different connectors of twenty five pins each where we could kind of get eight to nine exercise ten ten channels off of each connector Annetta loud us, actually, make things cleaners. He wouldn't have all these wires running all over the place. But we didn't realize was that there was some grounding loops that took place on this. So we had to go back and add some additional grounding capabilities on this in order to get the digitizing process done. Well, but after about three or four days where able to. Figure it out my student. I think Greg was also involved in trying to help make sure that that took place, but that was yet another engineering challenge. So wait, let me stop there for a second. This part of the story is much more fun and exciting when Thuan win and Greg Weisman Telit. So let's start with the first day. I was here. So I got a feeling that's going to be different than the other days the first day. So I mean that has came down, and we, you know, we hook system today south grabber, and we have a little bit of issues with the channels bleeding talking from Iraq all the way down to I think eight channels, which is not a good quality of audio. Right. It was bleeding. So it took took about week to get a result. I remember one time I was calling the Hanson from from here. Sending Dallas we have a problem, you know, bite of Histon. We have a solution that we have a problem. So it was a stressful week, right? So trying to figure out what the head is kind of mysterious. Head. So I mean, we try to figure out what's wrong with it. So we started making some recordings, but on issue recordings, and we'll start monitoring it. We noticed that. There was a lot of there was a lot of crosstalk there initially. There was a lot of something didn't sound right. And there was a lot of noise. So that stopped us right there and so- Thuan, and Dr Hanson myself, and we got on the night teleconference with John Franch was who was the the guy that had provided the head..

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"greg weisman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"So as I understand it, the the basic area of research that he was proposing was something that you found to be of interest and the choice to have the subject be about the Apollo missions. That historic event was something that made it even sweeter, even nicer. Of course, of course. That's why I say was unique you need proposal. So you went to the National Science Foundation with the proposal to do this project, assuming that NASA had recorded all those conversations back in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. Record them. And hopefully, we thought digitize well. Data separate part of it. So so then you I assumed the next step is to go to NASA and say, please. Well, we needed the money. I so. Yeah. So we we we were pretty fortunate NSF that this was a good thing to do. But we still have some concerns. And so we had to resubmit it a second time it took more than a year. And it was interesting because I was at a conference involving department of defense. And there was a gentleman walked up to me and said, well, I hear you have interest in Apollo and NASA, and I was kind of surprised because I didn't think someone would know about that. And I started, you know, running off. I was you know, geeky engineer and said, yeah, we're really excited about this. We hope in Aceh full fund this next time and the gentleman said that well, yeah, I was kind of involved in the review process. I can officially say anything. But it's a really good project. You probably need to have someone that is more involved. On history side, also involved, and that that was actually the thing that we added when we resubmitted and it made the difference because it allowed us now not just the focus on the technology, but be able to kind of connected to society, we really wanted to have something that would allow K through twelve tight kids to kind of see can listen to the audio. So it was no longer. Just the academic investigatin of the interaction of the individuals in this group, but that the individuals in this group were the people who landed on the moon s right? That's right. That's right. People will hopefully be a little more interested. Yeah. So I mean, I a lot of technology and things that we've done with this work over the last five six years now we've gone in Dallas we've gone to the Perot museum pretty much every year for engineers week. And we've usually brought a always brought an undergraduate senior design team to. To the Perot museum. And it's nice to sit back and allow undergraduates to kind of show how excited they are in in terms of talking about audio in these types of activities, and at least during the Perot museum, the typically have about fifteen hundred to twenty five hundred kids per day during engineers week that actually come in. And they're little kids. I mean, they're they're through K through twelve. I mean after twelve maybe K through as where they're coming in that to me was really a very enjoyable thing. Because you always think well, we'll develop technologies it'll be in college level. How does that actually help kids that are in grade school, and what might motivate them to kind of go, and and look not necessarily at being an astronaut, but developing math physics chemistry biology or something that might actually help support space exploration Hinson succeeded at the National Science Foundation, which awarded the first grant in September of twenty twelve just. Shy of four hundred thousand dollars to fund the project that met Hanson was ready to approach NASA with his idea and that he was about to get a big surprise. Right after we got the grant we came down to NASA and. I naively said well, can you show us where you have the audio and Greg Weisman pointed us to some boxes of tapes and nightside we're in trouble here because we thought this is all digitized, and that's not all Hanson was about to find out that not only was the audio still on big reel to reel tapes. But there was no machine that could play those tapes. So he could digitize the audio. So he could do is research in the next episode. We'll start the long strange trip to a solution to those problems. Yep. The story turned out to be too big to criminal into one episode and do Justice. So we're breaking into a few pieces. I hope you're hooked and will come back for

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"greg weisman" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"Is it really the cracking? I dunno. It's a sea creature. I don't know if it's the cracker. Julianne just paying a quack. Release. So that's kind of fun. You get a lot of happens. Titans there. I mean, you want to release the cracking anybody to release the crack? And now also breaking news not around this kind of come here. This just posted today. Here's a winner. Brother wonder whether next movie mixed movie, they've announced blue beetle, they are working on in development, and what brothers giving them a beetle. The what's his name Latino? So here's your diversity give you a Latino superhero on the big screen. This blue beetles ungraded could Could be be living. fun character venom because he does like talk to the scare. It's very similar where the scare all. It's basically venom. Venom venom something else. Venom basically of blue beetle sort of instrument. Yeah. I always. They'd come. I it's it's tech. Venom. Industry's giving. Wow. The first ever appearance of blue beetle is nineteen thirty nine. Holy shit. Yeah. This is. With the suit. Blue Beetle's eighty. I'll really eighty three was a suit beetle more aboard the DC when DC bought him. Jamie is. Wow. Two thousand six oh, that's. Crisis. Number three is he's great on a high may high male. Late in which way is based off the guy ver- and. Yeah. Throw names out there. That mean guy that has tech talks chain. Macgyver is awesome. The beetle from young Justice. That's a great beetle in that one. And that's coming back in January. I'm sorry Russ off track. But not bothering me. There wasn't. We were comparing a movie to venom or into another movie where guy talks the mask. The mask and blue beetle is the mass. Yeah, it's the same is done as well. Not as funny, but just as weird and that is not. Venoms character though. Yeah. Just wacky talk to yourself. I love these when there's a dual personality though when two two characters in one. So look we'll see if it ever comes out blue beetle. What do you know? Guess what? Guys. It's rose time. I got another fucking things we roast roast some nice smoked pork loin. Oh, opened fire. This is from our buddy, David Milososki. Editor editor at a place to hang your Cape roast. Hello Chuck in nerd, this is David Milososki from place to hang your Cape. I'd say congratulations on reaching two hundred and fifty shows. But honestly, I don't know what I've been listening to for these last few years. I mean, none of you know, anything about comics. You've got a jock who thinks the the best drug to take ADM show. You got to. Credentials seem to be that he calls himself under the key heard anything to suggest otherwise then got puppet can't even hold a comic little own read with those lazy googly eyes. I mean, come on guys. What are you doing all? Four years shit three and a half. Maybe come on. You guys can do better than this. He's. My little rose seriously guys, congratulations on two hundred and fifty episodes. It's crazy to me that I've spent five hundred hours listening to you guys. Talked stupid stupid fucking bullshit. For God knows how how m- along and. But seriously, it's been it's been great having you guys be part of our part of our site of friends of the site. And keep up the good work. And I hope you guys never make another episode again jacket nerd. Chugging comment on. Yes. He's got a his voice is so dainty. So it's going to go away. Even when he's roasting. It's like really sound like he just smoked joint. I say they've lost key in on one of the I do actually support us in like was like, hey, reached out to us guys. I'm putting you on our website. So he was like one of the OG supportive. And he's he's there yet. Lots of love say, I'm pounding my chest for David Milosevic the interview with Greg Weisman. He asked me to he did that calendar. The anti anti-bullying thing got me press pass Vegas. I didn't take Banjul advantage. gonna go by myself. Yeah. This is the kind of duty is lost. David Lonski is a great person always gives us up. Thanks for being there d from the beginning. Thanks for the Rossana the support day points the points. All right. There's another movie that screened and premiered, and there's reviews. I..

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"greg weisman" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Bring your ms veith hey thanks for sticking around we had a lot of fun recording this annual episode well the one year birthday episode of houston we have a podcast and i'm glad i got to sit with my team and really thinks to alex for sticking with me through the whole thing and dealing with with all my crap she's sitting right next to me constantly bugging her every single week hey is the transcript ready hey is episode ready so it's a it's been quite a ride and then dan just helping out the from start to finish just making sure that it's successful all the way through so also one thing i forgot to mention during the episode was a huge thanks to nasa in silicon valley podcast for friends over at ames whenever we were starting the podcast i kinda didn't really understand fully how to do it the nasa way and they already have there's established saw actually talking with that buffington and jerry colon some of those guys out there to understand just how do you do this and they were very helpful along the way so thanks guys if you're listening really appreciate your help you can go listen to them that's nessa in silicon valley the ways you can listen to gravity assist that's our other nasa podcast out at headquarters and hopefully we'll have a couple more coming because really digging the hole podcast scenes here at nasa so otherwise you can go to nasa dot gov slash is asked to get the latest information on the international space station if you noticed through all of our fifty two episodes a lot of them have been directly related to some of the research and and the people actually that actually go and work on the international space station so so you can learn a lot there we are still taking hashtag asked nasa questions so use that hashtag and then just make sure to mention houston we have a podcast and we'll bring your questions or ideas right on the show we even said you know we the spacesuit episode and and the and the beam episode there's been a couple of there's two that were directly influenced space medicine the one with natasha cho astronaut health that was another one hey i wanna learn what a flight surgeon does we're like okay let's bring around so yeah all of these were suggestions from you guys the listeners that we brought right on the show so just make sure to mention he's we have a podcast and and we'll make more episodes i mean we we do this every week so the more you give the more we can do really appreciate you guys listening to it really means a lot to us to help us to keep going so this birthday episode was recorded on june twentieth twenty eighteen thanks to kelly humphries pat ryan bill stafford patent bill we had actually had in the room with us during the recording they're essential to the group right now and also greg weisman who is also been helping out you know thought when the audio wizard is not here greg greg comes and he's just greg we have audio wizard and greg thanks always to alex perryman dan hewitt and then thanks to you for listening and hoping with the success of the podcast the helps us to keep going we'll be back with a brand new episode next week

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"greg weisman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Bring your ms veith hey thanks for sticking around we had a lot of fun recording this annual episode well the one year birthday episode of houston we have a podcast and i'm glad i got to sit with my team and really thinks to alex for sticking with me through the whole thing and dealing with with all my crap she's sitting right next to me constantly bugging her every single week hey is the transcript ready hey is episode ready so it's a it's been quite a ride and then dan just helping out the from start to finish just making sure that it's successful all the way through so also one thing i forgot to mention during the episode was a huge thanks to nasa in silicon valley podcast for friends over at ames whenever we were starting the podcast i kinda didn't really understand fully how to do it the nasa way and they already have there's established saw actually talking with that buffington and jerry colon some of those guys out there to understand just how do you do this and they were very helpful along the way so thanks guys if you're listening really appreciate your help you can go listen to them that's nessa in silicon valley the ways you can listen to gravity assist that's our other nasa podcast out at headquarters and hopefully we'll have a couple more coming because really digging the hole podcast scenes here at nasa so otherwise you can go to nasa dot gov slash is asked to get the latest information on the international space station if you noticed through all of our fifty two episodes a lot of them have been directly related to some of the research and and the people actually that actually go and work on the international space station so so you can learn a lot there we are still taking hashtag asked nasa questions so use that hashtag and then just make sure to mention houston we have a podcast and we'll bring your questions or ideas right on the show we even said you know we the spacesuit episode and and the and the beam episode there's been a couple of there's two that were directly influenced space medicine the one with natasha cho astronaut health that was another one hey i wanna learn what a flight surgeon does we're like okay let's bring around so yeah all of these were suggestions from you guys the listeners that we brought right on the show so just make sure to mention he's we have a podcast and and we'll make more episodes i mean we we do this every week so the more you give the more we can do really appreciate you guys listening to it really means a lot to us to help us to keep going so this birthday episode was recorded on june twentieth twenty eighteen thanks to kelly humphries pat ryan bill stafford patent bill we had actually had in the room with us during the recording they're essential to the group right now and also greg weisman who is also been helping out you know thought when the audio wizard is not here greg greg comes and he's just greg we have audio wizard and greg thanks always to alex perryman dan hewitt and then thanks to you for listening and hoping with the success of the podcast the helps us to keep going we'll be back with a brand new episode next week

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"greg weisman" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"Said that she was a liar and she's fulla shit and she says making shit up so i you know being on twitter at really rug boy said yeah might be alive but until they say something to the contrary people are just gonna eat shit up and for some reason dramatic weenie got so mad pissing him up on twitter like he was pissed for just pointing out something that like unless somebody likes like she's a person that people watch and there's going to be a segment of people that are going to believe what she saying everybody's now piling on grace randolph saying that she's like a white supremacist races oh that's because we on this have you watched this video i only saw the title okay oh so let me i'll break that one thing i as much as i don't wanna like grace randall because if you don't know that names grace randall you don't know the name we talked about her two years ago she's like a movie reviewer okay she does video she's like she has like i really annoying voice but every once in a while she like has she makes good points how you remember her she's the woman who wanted to petition for a pg version of deadpool so that the ten year old kid can see it remember that oh god all right grace randolph so i immediately discredit any video but god the title of this video kathleen kennedy almost fired rugs kiss breakdown what was her what was the snippet that rugs bringing the videos she said that she had an inside source that they had there was a conference call meetings like that that involved not only lucasfilm but everybody that disney owns to see who could replace kathleen kennedy yup and people are like that conversation never happened how do you fucking know that someone said she has a source that says that that that's what have you the name or sorts of course and then she said jj hebrew abrahams turned down the position she says and some other people turned down the position she she has a good point in that she's like why not get dave baloney who runs star wars rebels with greg weisman they did all that they're really good wouldn't he like there's gotta be a bunch of people who would jump at but feels like data wanna take over this shit show i don't know i don't know so what do you think rocks is was what she say true or is she makes shit up i don't know if that exact meeting happened in the way she said it but guarantee that there's people second guessing kennedy right now the bob i your or somebody questioning it because like you've had multiple people reviewers whatever start the question including us is kathleen kennedy know what she's doing like all the movies that she works on there's always some kind of problem so and then you know she has this kind of this necked with the star wars fans so if you're on the side of that you want star wars to change and you wanted to be this new progressive star wars that's all political then you're on her side but if you're not then you're on another side so it's a weird divide but i do believe that there's a even the people who are losing money at lucasfilm or the star wars portion of disney whatever they call it i don't think they're very happy they lost money on solo they can't very happy that there's like negative karma going towards the last jedi i i don't think they really wanted divided fan base that hates each other so i think that that's not a good thing that's like what c did yep and in dc's been taking shit for the past year so dc's got walter hamada and he's trying to turn things around and it sounds like i like some of what he's doing where they're going this here though i honestly i'm not surprised that people have turned it down because think about.

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"greg weisman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"The game at all bring your myspace hey thanks for sticking around so today we talked once again with mr jeff fox and he gave us a little tour of the space craft place our they're going to be orion and then also a little bit of history on what happened during the shuttle days and how that sort of transition to some of the logic behind the system displays for the orion so if you wanna know more specifically about a ryan nasa dot gov slash guess what orion yes that's where you can find some of the latest and greatest about that vehicle otherwise you can go on facebook instagram or twitter and see the latest greatest they're on facebook it's nasa orion twitter at nasa underscore orion and instagram is at explore nasa that would actually has a ryan and the space launch system which we've talked about a couple of soda go you can use the hashtag on hashtag ask nasa there it is on any one of those platforms to ask a question about a ryan or you can go to the nasa johnson space inter accounts on any one of those platforms and submit a question for houston we have a podcast we might bring it on one of the future episodes or make a whole episode out of it which we've actually done a couple of times so this podcast was recorded on march twenty first twenty eighteen thanks to alex perriman greg weisman tommy girl rachel craft lower sean brady dean pat ryan bill stafford and kelly humphreys a lot of people think for this one and thanks again to jeff fox for coming on the show we'll be back next week.

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"greg weisman" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"Jay tried to get a little bit of buzz this week with an that's their new digital service they it has the most predictable name ever it will be called the dc universe is the name of this digital service in is launching with an animated harley quinn animated young justice new scenes excited about outsiders live action titans movie is going to feature like night wing and robin and star fire and something i totally get mooners about i didn't know they were doing they are doing a live action swamp thing show with james wan as executive producer hid that's amazing imran yeah you're not going to give any love to young justice young justice is good we had it good we had grad is me on the show we did greg he doesn't listen anymore i'm pretty sure so what we did have greg weisman way back when there was we didn't even know if it was going to get another season remember yes anything's possible all the watch it on netflix campaign and then it got it was very exciting utah but if any here's my question are you excited enough to pay for this fucking streaming service on top of everything else that's that we need to pay for it no because there's too many streaming services now i don't think anybody should pay a lot of streaming services i wanna watch the cobra kai but i don't wanna pay for you to bread it's too many many here shit outta hulu i want to watch i pay for that shit like how many is enough entity let's say twelve bucks for each service now i liked it when it was i like doing it was hulu and netflix and then amazon prime like two or three consolidate they'll consolidate eventually when it gets big enough they're gonna hold they're going to have to because everyone's none of these are going to make enough money.

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"greg weisman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Bring your myspace hey thanks for sticking around so as promised i'm gonna give you the magic link to apply to be a flight director it's pretty simple it's go dot nasa dot gov slash flight director you can go there and learn what it takes to be a flight director and then actually apply if you wanna learn more about what it takes they actually have a brand new blog post that just posted on nasa dot tumbler dot com is called five myths about becoming a flight director colonel creamer also talked about this flight directors book that will be posted on april sixteenth www dot nasa dot gov slash e books it's called the iss colon operating outpost in the new frontier and you can learn about what it takes to work in michigan troll and then everything about it if you wanna learn more about what's going on at nasa there are two other podcasts that you can listen to what is called gravity assist hosted by dr jim green talks about planetary science otherwise you can listen to nasa in silicon valley that's from our friends over at the ames research center that talk about some of the research that goes on the international space station if you want more information about the space station specifically nasa dot gov slash iss is a great place for that otherwise you can join the conversation on social media where on facebook twitter instagram under as the international space station you can go to any one of those accounts and use the hashtag ask nasa on your favorite platform to submit an idea and we'll make sure to either answer it on a future episode or dedicate entire episode to it just make sure to mention is for houston we have a podcast this episode was recorded on march twenty ninth twenty eighteen thanks to alex perriman greg weisman pat ryan brandy dean and the flight directors in our flight operations directorate for helping to put this episode together so quickly thanks again to colonel tj creamer for coming on the show we'll be back next week.

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"greg weisman" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on About to Review

"Right yeah i mean that stuff can't help but sick with and their stuff that's not that you know well regarded well known you know like the the work we did with greg weisman on spectacular spiderman i love that stuff right and it's also who you're working with you know it's a great cast there's a show we did years and years and years ago the first shows i was a regular on called weekenders okay you know i don't actually remember any lines from that but i'd certainly remember those characters and the relationships and the actress i worked on that with jason marsden great ally all and cat suzy it was the four of us as these four little kids and that show is not a hit that show is not a cult favorite but it was significant to me because one of my very first and because of those people you know those for those three actors plus doug langdale the creator they were all really amazingly talented people that i learned stuff from and that experience sticks with me because of that you know incredible i mean at all comes down to the writing yeah to the process not the hero or the villain which the other question you get outs fill the time which is more fun the writing yeah excellent that's well done so other than goblins animated you know which is you're working your butt off still working right to get out the rewards for the kicks or the crowdfunding backers.

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"greg weisman" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"We've got share interviews you know we interviewed one of our biggest ones is the destiny interview which was with chris barrett the game designer if you like video games and destiny is what does that one six sixteen yes i'm gonna tell you the actual episode numbers for these just search spat out some names and you can go look it up for yourselves we had floyd norman which was the animated for disney who had a documentary about them that's still available to this day i think used to be able to watch on netflix but it's available i think on voodoo definitely the hummers black animator hired at disney in the fifties we had sean christians in an oscar winning director who directed a short film called curfew on and he went on to direct to other movies we get winter we had a oh yeah photographer who ross deb men who has won an emmy we've had an oscar winner todd disalvo who was working at marvel when they were doing the lightermen herman for years really nice guy that was a great one we talked to greg weisman hooper who created created gargoyles and produces young justice and the rebel star wars rebels with dave baloney that was a great interview we had eric sharkey who did the drew shrews who's one of my favorite artists and directed the documentary that's true archies great i i really want donna from the howard stern show like benji girlfriend and howard stern like calendar girl i guess only on youtube though you gotta go to our true that's mike rips we got we have bike rips we dope we had dope lots good interviews.

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"greg weisman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"greg weisman" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"And so why considered i still got a little bit more time here at nasa and some more things i want to accomplish here but you know who knows being a teacher from space gotta look good in the resume you'll be competitive and get a job yeah exactly all right well again rookie arnold soon to be international space station resident on board coming up in march thanks for joining me today man pleasure thanks for having me three she ate it all bring your this fake hey everyone thanks again for listening if you wanna follow ricky while he's on board the international space station head over to twitter and you can follow him at astro underscore ricky and as always you can follow us online at nasa dot gov slash iss for all the latest on the international space station and on our various social media accounts on facebook twitter and instagram and as always you can use hashtag ask nasa on your favorite platform to submit any ideas for podcast just make sure to mention is for houston we have a podcast this podcast was recorded on january eighteenth thanks to alex perryman john stole pat ryan john streeter greg weisman and ryan stewart and of course thanks again to mr ricky arnold for coming on the show we'll be back next week.

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