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"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

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07:41 min | 4 months ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"From any source other than you and so for series like that that that don't have a built in funding partner. We're able to make them anyway because of the support that individuals who care about crash course and care about our work a to help us make it. A lot of that. Money comes from patriot. And like i said but some of it comes from the new crash course coins crash course. Coin dot com now before we go into this. I think it's important just to say at the outset. The truth which. I did not want to make this episode of dear john. I wanted to take a week off. I felt like we should be able to take a week off now and again and was like we're gonna we're gonna make us episode because we gotta talk about crash course coin. It's true and then i was like there's no way we're going to raise money from a dear john episode about the crash course coin which you can buy a crash course. Coin dot com. There's there's no way we're going to raise a bunch of money. That way hank like let's just let's just take a week off a focus on it was like no no. We're going to raise a ton of money at crash. Course coin dot com so now and then and then i was like at that point like the competitive brother had made. It was like fine. We'll do it'll be proven. Correct right. well you have to do a worse job of pitching it. And i'm gonna do a worse job of pitching at right now which is to say that. It's already been super successful. The support has been really amazing. It's going to already able to do new work that we wouldn't have been able to do this year and also futures so. I'm very excited about this. So i have this idea. Along with the crash christine. We've been tossing around for a long time. And the idea is basically that there is a there is a coin that exists and it has a currency and that currency is the amount of people that you are allowing us to reach with our work and we develop that number by looking at the unique number of learners that interface with crash courses content. Which number you've gives us and and just dividing that into the amount of money that we spend and so we reach a lot of people And we spend a lot of money but we when you divide those numbers together you find out that actually per dollar we spend we reach a lot of people so you can buy a one hundred dollar coin that allows us and will allow us to reach two thousand people or you can buy five hundred dollar coin that will allow us to reach ten thousand people so these coins had a currency and that currency is the number of people who are being helped in their educational journey by crash course and two thousand people is a lot of people and this is actually a secret. john. I haven't told me about this is brandon. Brian guards idea The coins each have hash marks on their borders. And there are a total of two hundred hash marks on each side so as you can actually put your finger and rub it on the hash mark and every little little tiny. Little buzz of your finger is on the On the two thousand learner coin. That's going to be ten individual human beings you are helping to learn while it was. I think it was a really good idea. That's a great idea. We developed the coins with all the people crashed and complexity. We sort of send out any non-euro what's an image or a phrase or a person or a place that sort of evokes learning for you and sarah riley who you may know from social tangents but as is the currently works crash course is suggested The first ever illustrations of human neurons. By santiago ramon hal with are really lovely and look great on a coin Which i loved because it was like and it was history and it science and it's humanity mike. It's the the we use to examine and understand ourselves in the world so does not really perfect and who works for. Sideshow suggested something that her father and grandfather used to say to her translated into english because they were speaking in spanish Knowledge as nothing. Carry all you can. So that's the slogan we've used on the coin great slogan. I just think that they're great. They are great. We had such yes. Oh in a bunch of other ideas from the team was were incorporated into the coin and we ended up with something. That's really beautiful. And was hand engraved by the master engraver at shire post meant which is the mid that we are using an arkansas. They hand stamp each one of these coins. And i got one. And i'm not afraid purchased one. You know who got the first one who our mom or mom is. She's always ready to support anything that we do. She's always first in line. I think she. I think she and dad about the first two tickets to bitcon way we that that is possible. We're very lucky. We're very lucky to have support from our parents. So the crash course coin is available at crash course dot com but only for a few more days. That's why we're making. This now is only available for a few more days. We really hope that that you'll at least take a look and see how beautiful the coins or even if you can't afford to support crash course at that level and just enjoy pretty. The coins are if you want to. And then if you're able to get one and support crash course that would mean a lot to us and of course an ongoing and profound thank you to everybody who supports dear john on patriotic or crash course on patriotic because that is what allows us to continue making this free educational content. That means so much to us. That really is the center of our professional lives in a lotta ways so we feel a deep responsibility to the team of people who make crash course. Oh good but we also feel a deep responsibility to the seventy million people who use it to learn every year and we'd like we'd like to see that number grow. I mean that's a huge number. It's hard to even your head around the size of the size of crash courses viewership but we still know that. There's a lot of room to grow because we know there are a lot of people who want opportunities to learn and aren't aren't getting them in the ways that they need or aren't getting the kinds of Information that's transmitted in a fun and comprehensible way and so we see that as our mission and the great thing about emission like that is that you are never done. And i do want to finish out by saying that. Of course the whole point of this is that crashed were worse. Isn't supposed to cost money for people who cannot Accord it so for the people who can't pay you making it available to the who can't and And do make sound financial decisions. This is not. This is not like a requirement and i really deeply appreciate everybody who interfaces with crassus content in in any way whether you're and also all of those things that i get while whether i'm like walking down the street and somebody stops to tell me that i helped them get their nursing degree or in the deer hanging john inbox. All of those are so appreciated and also extremely valuable and we Are always very happy to be able to pass those along to the crash team so that they know how appreciated their work is. So yeah thank you regardless of whether you can donate thank you for using crash course and know that. Even if you can't donate you are a very deeply valued member of the crash course community because everybody who ultimately learning only works when we learn together and so let's let's learn together and if you're in a position to help other people with that financially then please do and if you're not that's completely okay. Let's keep working together. Let's keep learning got knowledge ways. Nothing carry on cab. We'll see you next week for a proper episode dot com crash course coin dot com..

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"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

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05:04 min | 4 months ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Until quite recently had to be eaten in like a two week window. Yeah one hundred and fifty years ago. You had strawberries two weeks a year and the other fifty weeks a year. You thought about having strawberries. i mean. That's what that's what chares her like montana like. It's it's either it's either you have too many jerry's you have no jerry's. Those does the two states of being. Yeah but god blessed those too many cherry weeks. They're real good all right. Think we need to move on to the news from mars and afc wimbledon. What's the news from mars this week. Well excitingly To the insight. Lander has figured out a way to get a power boost. You may have heard that it is having having some struggles It's covered in martian dust and it has learned a new way to clean itself that a so So we're getting a little worried that inside it's going to basically end its mission because it's so complicated in indust- it's also that mars is at its app. Helium right now. Which is the furthest point. It from the sun during that time the undergoes without its science instruments so that can serve power for its heaters and other important parts of the team behind. The lander wanted to see if they could get a few extra days with their instruments by clearing dust away from the solar panels and getting a boost. So they did a very weird thing they made the solar panels dirtier. They used the scoop on the insights robotic arm to pour a bit of sand onto the solar panels. They poured the sand at the windiest time of the day so that the wind blew the sand the bigger chunkier sand across the solar panel and that took some of the bits of dust with it. This worked boosting the power on the insight. So that's like really good news for the insight mission which has been a little bit plagued with problems but the That they have this new way of saying okay. It's gonna be windy. Windy is coming up. Put a little bit of sand on their the wisdom be able to blow the sand because the sand is bigger than the dust which is has such a low profile that the wind just goes right over at and and so they've been able to boost the power on insight great news. That's pretty cool. And a very interesting counterintuitive solution. Yeah sometimes the thing you gotta do is put more dirt on your dirt. That's like this is so dirty. What did we do border. It's also a situation where the only tool available to you is dirt so why not try to use it. The news from afc will then. This week is that longtime afc wimbledon ceo. Eric samuelson who was chairman of the club for over ten years from the very bottom rungs van richer football all the way up to being a team in the third tier of english football and one of my personal heroes. I have to say because he ran the club all those years for no salary just as a volunteer like so many other people volunteer their talents and time to the club. He has written a book. It's called altogether now. How a group of football fans righted a wrong and brought their football club home and how. It's a wonder i mean admittedly. I am hugely biased as afc wimbledon fan. But it's a wonderful book. It's such an at first off. It's just a great story and so but it's also a really interesting insight into how communities that need money to run run because it made me think a lot about our community actually because our community also needs money to run at certain times like we obviously don't have like laying budget and facilities budget and all that stuff but it's a really interesting. Look at how do you make an amateur football team work. And then how do you make that transition to being a professional organization. What is that look like. And what are the challenges in it. And i really i just thought it was really fascinating really fun and i loved it now. I mean i. Every night. I would get into bed and reading this book and i would have a smile on my face. Sarah would be like. I've i've never seen you so joyful when reading like i love every page of this thing. It's just incredible. It's great backstory. Great insight into what everyone was thinking as these big events were unfolding. And i just thought it was awesome. So it's called altogether now as right in time for the offseason so if you want to become a more invested supporter of afc wimbledon. I really recommend this book. In addition to to nile cooper's book. This is our time. Which i guess is what danny cadwell the captain of. Afc wimbledon said to his teammates immediately before walking up to score the winning penalty to send afc out in back into the football league. Nice what kind of what kind of do you have to have deterred around your debates right before the mos pressure-packed moment of your.

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Alabama High School Student Names NASA's First Mars Helicopter

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01:28 min | 1 year ago

Alabama High School Student Names NASA's First Mars Helicopter

"People. people. So So who who knows? knows? Yeah Yeah well well in this in this week's week's Mars Mars News News There's There's GonNa GonNa be be a helicopter a helicopter carried carried to to the Red the Red Planet Planet in in the the belly belly of of the Perseverence the Perseverence Rover Rover and and that that helicopter helicopter has has been been named. named. I I don't don't know if know they if they intended intended to to name name this this thing thing but but then then they decided they decided to to because because they they got got all all these these great great names names submitted submitted an essay an essay contests contests and and eleventh eleventh grader. grader. Venetia Venetia ripon ripon any any At At Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa County County High High School School in in Northport Northport Alabama Alabama submitted submitted an essay an essay suggesting suggesting ingenuity ingenuity and and in in her her essay. essay. She She wrote wrote the the ingenuity ingenuity and and brilliance brilliance of of people. people. Working Working hard hard to overcome to overcome challenges challenges of interplanetary. of interplanetary. Travel Travel are are what what allow allow us us to to experience? experience? The The wonders wonders of of Space Space Exploration Exploration Ingenuity Ingenuity is is what what allows allows people people to to accomplish accomplish amazing amazing things things and and it allows it allows us us to to explore explore our our horizons horizons to to the the edges edges of of the universe the universe so so there there will will be be an an ingenuity ingenuity helicopter helicopter on on Mars. Mars. Now Now this this helicopter helicopter isn't isn't going going to have to any have any science science instruments instruments on on it. it. It It itself itself is is the the experiment experiment to to see. see. If If it it can can do. do. Its Its thing thing it's it's GonNa GonNa try try and and fly fly off off and and fly fly back back and and fly fly off off and and fly fly back back several several times times just just to to test test and and see see how how possibilities possibilities for for a helicopter a helicopter to to operate operate on on the surface the surface of of Mars Mars and and if if it it does does well well then then we we will will have have future future missions missions that that will will have have more more sensors sensors and and stuff stuff and and be be bigger bigger helicopters helicopters doing doing doing doing that that stuff. stuff. But But it's it's super super super super cool. cool. It It is amazing. is amazing. The The things things that that continue continue to to be be and and The The idea idea that we that we continue continue to to have have and and continue continue to pull to pull off off so so very very excited excited

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"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

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03:52 min | 1 year ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"For the skin to be pliable. All right let me throw out an idea. Okay you toss the forty two year. Old Is Sparrow no taxidermy taxidermy. And Different Sparrow and grim. No no I know because I don't like it. I don't like lying to GRANDPA. Here's what I think. If the taxidermy sirmium comes over taxidermists comes over and can't do it. Then you bring out your grandfather and you say grandfather we've brought you a taxidermist and he's looked over your bird and he has some things you'd like to tell then and then and then you can have a beautiful money for the Bird I love you. Let the expert deliver the news. That is exactly right. And then you're GonNa have a ceremony and then you have like I don't know maybe take it someplace very cold. So that the burden never though- uh that's a great idea. You take you gotta take your grandfather to the North Pole. No South Pole southbound because the North Pole song fast. No you go to the the Antarctic Pole of inaccessibility the the place and in Antarctica that is furthest from land. It's very derived to get to okay. There is there's A. There's a research station there that's mostly snowed over where there is still it is believed Desmond visited in a few years a bust of Vladimir Lenin. That's how old this research station is. It's the art. That is the hardest to get to honor. And you you leave the Spero right there or John. You know how when people are exploring Antarctica have to leave caches for themselves like little. Yes I dug into the ground treats find one of those and then take Out The bag of Cheez doodles and say no those are mine. Now you get a very cold sparrow. I mean that's illegal. It's also like the what what are the cruelest things I can imagine. I've been going to be young sparrow. Hey just had another another million dollar idea on fire to new decade. It's new. I'm a million dollars generator now. I'm the I'm the idea brother. Things have changed around happy to give up my title. It's dhanjal okay. That's the idea. Why are we in the dungle business? It has a huge few. Yeah clearly this is where the real the real money is like plastics. But but it's for the future. Can we make dangle. That said everything dangle. It's a it's like the Swiss army knife of. Yeah the Swiss army. dungle where you're like. Does it ever saw. Oh it's got a saw. Oh God apparently you can't though because this won't work in my USB seaport. I love the idea of like just making like branded dangles the way that like they hand out. You know like like pens. I I love the idea of just a log brothers Don Google store your love and lots of them. I'm now on Amazon trying to buy the correct Dongo for me but I can't tell which one is the right. One John on I liked it. They sell them in three packs. Dow and that for all of them the average rating is two stars because forty percent of people are like It didn't work and I just have this turns out. This is the wrongful man. It's the wrong all. That's our company. NAME WRONG DOT COM on goal. We send you the wrong Dongola. We promise with Amazon. You know but not with us we will not send you Odongo you asked for but we will send you Odongo. Oh God Rangel Dot Com. I mean is it available it is where you can go and get my shower our curtain all right. Hey we gotta try to save this podcast somehow.

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"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"It festival dot com all right. This question comes from emma who writes writes dear john and hank. Should i get bangs. I like the idea of bangs but i'm not sure if i want the commitment of bangs thanks m <hes> i understand. Y'all got to work on your name soon. Sign offs first of all. I just love the word bang and i love that it's also a hairstyle and i've looked at up john because of course sided and it appears to be <hes> because of the abruptness of the bank like we immediately without delay bang off you <hes> and so it just you bang bang this like the hairs like i'm here in a bank. I'm not here anymore boom. Yeah they call them booms but we didn't call him bangs which is better yeah. I love language does a pretty good job. Most of the time so wind sarah and i met we were in high school and we did not know each other but but sarah had bangs in high school and they were super cute bangs and then flash forward like <hes> ten years we meet in chicago we fall in love. She doesn't have bangs and then at some point she says. I think maybe wanna get bangs again. She got bangs. They were awesome did a great job of framing her face. Hey and then like two years ago. She was like i don't i think i want banks anymore. And so she grew out her bangs and now she doesn't have bangs it still looks great all of which is to say it's gonna look great. Yeah i mean i will say that in the transition periods between bangs in no bangs. There's that period where catherine is unhappy because it's it's hard to control more hairpins. I think <hes> not that. I'm super up. We're probably not the right people to be asking. You should've asked your catherine and sara the perfect people to be asking <hes>. I've had bangs my whole life. It's true but the the easy switch is from no banks too banks. That's immediate that immediate then you might even call it bang. That's true the switch from banks banks. There should be a different word for it's called slough. Oh that's good. I like like that's the slowest possible word you could. You could imagine apparently the word bang was first used for horses when you would cut their tails short that was called a bang tail bang hang all right. Hey this next question comes from more rights dear john and hank. I made this email address iheart books five thirty six when i was twelve i loved him but now it's pretty embarrassing too. You you know tell a bank teller my contact information. I'm an adult woman at this point and changing email address would be a large undertaking. Do i change it. Iheart books laura cook or my guesses. The you still like books and five thirty six according to the science magazine was the worst year to be alive. No there's no no something like forty. Four thousand b._c. Was the worst year a- apparently medieval historian michael mccormick believes that the worst year to be alive was five thirty-six listen..

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Ten Months And Five Hundred Megabytes discussed on Dear Hank & John

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00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Ten Months And Five Hundred Megabytes discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Week in mars news mars got hacked so that's my mars news this week jpl the jet propulsion laboratory had a security breach about five hundred megabytes of data was stolen so some restricted information some of the stolen files related to the curiosity rover it happened last april and it went undetected protected for ten months oh my god i gotta stay at a hole in their security for ten months you might think that hacking nasa would require some pretty advanced like mission impossible type technology but the actual source of the hack or the security hall not the hack was a small cheap computer a called raspberry pi raspberry pies are can you please tell me they are super cheap computers that are often using like d i y fun things

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"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"One, but? Seven times that I've purchased it seven times perfect. Yeah. Under full. I think secondhand books are almost a better present than new books because you feel the love in, you know, and also because it's a very particular particular copy. It's not just any book this person, you knows copy of that book. And I don't know I've always thought it was really cool. And it's something that I do. I love it. When people give me books that they've read and enjoyed and thought that I would enjoy and I also love those little notes that people. Right. Hang. Although I will say if you write one of those notes it becomes very hard to make it a third hand gift a little bit. Yeah. I mean, you can take it to the the book exchange place that if you have one of those probably take it. All right, Hank. We got another question. This comes from Cassie who writes, John and Hank inspired by John I've decided to delete all my social media, apps and only check certain websites once a week on my laptop. So far instead of having a positive impact on my mental health. I just lay in bed for hours staring out the window in replace of staring at a screen feeling almost worse because my thoughts have no distraction what healthier habits can I create to replace my phone at least while I'm adjusting. My thoughts are stars. They can't fathom into constellations. But at least I'm Cassiopeia. That's very good Cassiopeia got got there. I read read put why I probably would just watch northern exposure over just the whole thing from the beginning. If I had some extra time, it's really what sort of whatever anchor for lately what a weird show to pick. As like the show that you would devote yourself to like northern exposure was a fine television program. But like, it's not like the sopranos or something. It's not a classic. It is absolutely classic. Okay. This apprentice with no murder. Everybody's soprano. Everybody's fine. They're all nice people. It is a show about nice people who are nice to each other and have funny sweet things happen. It is the definition of harmless is how I find northern exposure, perhaps the most harmless television program ever made. I hope so I hope I don't go to get and be like, oh, this this Tepelea problematic. You never know. But Cassie I know what you mean here, which is that one of the things that we use social media for is distraction distracting us from boredom from dullness. And also from like sort of way down deep pains that we need on some level to distract ourselves from. I do think that it takes a while to find anything as compelling, as you know, constantly updating feeds are that's why they've become such a huge part of our lives. But I do think it's worth the effort at least in my experience. So yeah, you can't just stare out the window. That's gonna make you feel really really sad. I would encourage you to either go out there to the stuff. That's that's on the other side of the window and explore that physical space. It's like VR, but. It's so real like, you feel everything. And even the smallest touches of like rain or wind on your hand feel like actual wind or rain. And then the other thing I would say is. Yeah, watched stuff read stuff. Call a friend try to find ways to engage with the world because that's what you're replacing. And in you, try to replace that only with staring out the window. It's never gonna work. That's a great point John before we get to the news for Marzano AFC Wimbledon, which is differently from last week, bad and good in a different way. Oh, God him so happy. Oh my God. Sorry. What are we talking about? We flipped flipped places. We flipped places. But I did want to talk to some of the responses to things so has a response. I was listening to the new episode of the pod today and you kept bringing up crashing that prom..

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Dear Hank & John

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"I and John second. Why did it end up that way? I don't know. Hank? John skill share dot com slash Hank. John. I'm older. Yeah. But it sounds better though. Right. Hank John than John? Hang on Hayes too hard to say that way. Johnny. Yeah. I don't know Hank. All right. Thank we got another question. This comes from Mabel who writes, dear John and Hank is it appropriate to gift secondhand books. I have some books that I've read and loved, but will probably never read again and my friend's birthdays coming up so instead of buying a second copy of the book could I just give the one I already have or is that weird and unacceptable. Many. Thanks, Mabel, Mabel, Mabel. Mobile. I have had friends do this a bunch and thing that I really appreciate I have one friend who just this particularly almost always gives the secondhand book on birthday or anniversary or something. And and she will write on the inside of the cover a little information about why she thinks the book and then sign it. And I'll be like whenever I look at that book. I'm like, oh, yeah. She sent me this book. And and this is what she thought about it. And gave me a little something to go on. And it's almost like sort of half card half like present, which I really like don't tell my publisher that I said this because of course, with my business person had on believe that you should only buy my books in hardcover, and that you should buy a new copy for each time. You wanna read.

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Dear Hank & John

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Such a thing. Beauty changed one number over here. One of booboo whole thing changes itself built them from scratch. Eventually someone has to build the spreadsheet from scratch like I didn't lie can't build one from scratch. I can't build one from scratch like that. I have to wait until someone sends me a spreadsheet one time, I tried to make a spreadsheet for my accountant for my taxes, and I sent it to her and she wrote back. I don't understand what you've done here. Can you send a word doc? Like, my spreadsheet building is so bad. My gotten was just like why don't you write all of this out? Yeah. All writing before we get to the important news for Morzine AFC Wimbledon. I wanna ask this question from Celia. It's a big one. She asks, dear, John and Hank. Why does cold water tastes, so good and hot water tastes, so bad? Pumpkins penguins. Celia? It's interesting because like you put some stuff in some hot water. And then you've got a good thing. You got hot chocolate tea coffee. That's gonna we're all down with that. It's like, especially warm water is I'm like, ooh, something seems bad. Like, I shouldn't be doing this. And I think that that goes down to like if you're gonna be drinking water without like modern infrastructure. You're gonna wanna find the coldest water possible because warmer the water is the more life. There is in it. So you think it's like an evolutionary adaptation that when we drink plain water. That's the exact temperature of our mouths were grossed out like you think that is built in hardwired into the human brain. Yeah. I think that it is is hardwired to prefer cold over hot water because cold water is less likely to have pathogens in it. I definitely see that. And I have to say that even now I kind of believe when like. Water is coming out of the tap that it is more roasts. Yeah. Interesting. And I know that's probably rational. But I still that. So that well, I mean, probably I'm going to stick with my probably I'm not here to I'm not here to tempt microscopic fate. That's business. But yeah, I think. Yeah. There you go Celia, we it's for that's that's my guess. Anyway, I'm not going to be like. Funny thing I say, no pheno. I'm not going to be dopey on that. Because because look is complicated. How you doing Johnny? Okay. No. This is my new trick. I can give John and immediate fever by just saying hundred. That's nine. Oh, I don't like it doesn't feel good in my heart. I'm feeling very sad. Now, it's the thing. People say I have heard anyone say hundred P of new and maybe Logan, Paul. Do do you hear Logan fall sale very much? I mean, I think that you are to blame for the reason that Logan Paul shows up on the brothers YouTube homepage. No, I am not never watch. The it's not. My fault. I don't I'm I'm busy watching six six strangers living in other people's houses high-quality YouTube content, and I'm and I'm watching like machines get made by other machines. All All right. right. I'm. I'm. Take a gander at the old watch ister here. If you're going to look at the watches three I'm gonna look at the western I'm gonna see what embarrassing things you watched recently you I mean, it's all classic tetris and rocket league. Can't stop watching. I can't stop watching high-quality. Classic tetris. That's why I'm getting all these rocket league videos. I know I'm sorry. I'm trying to stop. It is an addiction. I'm really into rocket videos right now, I've never even played rocket leak. What's the deal? No, I I did watch few like not just people playing rocket league. But people giving me tips on how to play it. Well, and I'm watching this. I also. Yeah. I also like watched an hour and a half of the rocket league world championships. And by the end of it. I had like a team that I was rooting for an favorite member of that team and win the crowd would chant MVP. I would be like. Yeah. MVP MVP. I got I gotta stop watching rocket leak. That's okay. I don't mind I don't mind that that particular suggestion..

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"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

02:57 min | 2 years ago

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"I and John second. Why did it end up that way? I don't know. Hank? John skill share dot com slash Hank. John. I'm older. Yeah. But it sounds better though. Right. Hank John than John? Hang on Hayes hard to say that way. Johnny. I don't know Hank Fatone. Fatone? Someone in my attic. But I'm too scared to check it out someone. Yeah. What should I do like Oscar and Tony, Emma? Emmy that makes sense. All right. So there might be someone in your attic. It sounds like like so for complete clarity. I once worked in an office building that was not very nice. And sometimes like there would be like noses above above like the bathroom, and is soon that it was rats or coons or something. And like even like at one point. I saw a bunch of stuff had fallen through the vent. So I thought maybe somebody was building a nest up there, and we found out that it was actually human being living between the floors of the building. There was a person who lived between the second and third floor of hang sold office building. I don't think that's the situation here. But I want to emphasize that you can't rule it out. I've looked at YouTube videos on this topic. And it does seem to occasionally happen. I don't know why looked at YouTube videos on this topic. But it's like seven times people were found to be living in someone else's attic. That's an example title. So here's what you're going to do sounds like one YouTube video that the algorithm has correctly identified as one that John would click on and also won the John would click on like the YouTube knows so much about you. It's like, you know, I know that this video isn't going to be good for you. But you are gonna watch it. So we have decided to show you this thumbnail. Exactly. Yeah. It's like, hey, I believe that this guy wants Google. Is there someone in my attic? And so nine years later, I'm going to show him this video. That says yes, yes, there's someone in your attic. Emmy, we're going to call an exterminator. And the exterminator is going to come and go into your attic and one of two things is going to happen one. There's going to be a raccoon, which I think is like overwhelmingly the most likely scenario. And that raccoon is going to get dealt with one way or another to the exterminator is going to encounter the person who's living in your attic. And then that's their problem because their house now. The exterminator has inherited your home, and they have to deal with this. I mean, I'm laughing. But this really is one of my great, terrors terrifying. It is terrifying. Don't like it. And now I need to check. My attic. There's a there's a big difference between like hearing noises and hearing people right like..

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Dear Hank & John

02:06 min | 2 years ago

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"But I did not enter a few state drive, my car, two and a half blocks away. Ark it in reverse and then walk away that did not happen. Someone stole my car. Okay. A someone still your car and drove it a half a buck. But John by touring this up to two and a half block Zeph initially more people will disbelieve you now than they did one minute ago. Because now people know about this story, I know and every time I tells them when the story they're like, don't you think it's possible? And no, it's not. Someone stole my car without keys. I don't know how they did it. But I have a very a very similar story to this one except it's my bike. And it's got married. I got married. I went on my honeymoon came home. My bike was gone, and I was like by got stolen and then about three months later. I found my bike chained up outside of the foreign hotel Missoula Montana. And I was like here's my bike. I need to call the cops. So they can cut the lock off and give me my bike back. And then I was like that's my lock they're still using my luck. How do they know my combination? And then I was like, oh, I biked to the Florence hotel to go to my like morning rehearsal breakfast thing. Then just lifted there for the last four months. But see that is a story that makes sense. And I I was at that breakfast. And I remember that immediately after that breakfast. We went back to your house to play like, Tony hawk pro skater. So you could try to chill out a little bit before your wedding, not doing great. It was the only time I've ever seen you like close to what I would describe as John green anxious. That that makes sense. Like, I understand that narrative. I do not understand how my car got two and a half away from my apartment, but we can move on. This next question comes from a listener who asks dear Hanke, John my default browser window when I open a new tab is to tab for 'cause it's a web page search engine that shows me.

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Dear Hank & John

03:26 min | 2 years ago

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"I quickly ran outside. Ran back panicked expressed how bad the situation was ran back outside they paid my tab and came out to help. So here, we all are shivering and panicked and tired about to call a tow service in my hands, slowly graze over my Puckett and William behold, fair or my keys. descends like me sounds like something I'd do I've been in analogous situations. Many times I suddenly had the idea to check the table. One more time back in and came out with my large glob of keys in my hand, saying I had found them on the table. They actually believed me, and we all made up the story that the waiter deceptively done it. What do I do? Do. I come clean days later and laugh off that I'm a liar. If I didn't just go myself to the level of the worst politicians do a continue to let them believe that the waiter is a shady person in case, they listened to dear Hinton, John. I am anonymous. Well, first of all your live was so bad so bad. You could've you could've found that could have been like, oh, I went to the bathroom. I got it went to the bathroom or that is exactly what I would have done. I would I would have been like wait did I leave him in the bathroom? And then I would faked that I left him in the bathroom. Don't get me wrong. Anonymous, I definitely would've lied in your situation. And also, I would definitely continue lying in your situation. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's a bummer that everybody blamed the waiter like feels. Shea person to blame. Although I kind of get it. I guess because like who else could possibly be responsible for this. Of course, they answer is anonymous. But I think you just gotta continue with the lie, Hank. This reminds me of something that happened to me. But I'm not lying when I tell you this story. So I was living in Chicago one morning. I walked outside to get in my car to drive downtown. And my car was not where I had parked at the night before I walk to buck radius around my apartment, and I was like, well, I guess someone stole my car. So I called the police and the police came and they said your car is probably like two and a half blocks away. And you forgot where you parked it. And I said indignantly, here's a reason that I've lived in Chicago for five years and never called the police about my car being stolen, which is that this is the first time, it has been stolen. Flash forward about two hours. They get a phone call from the police that says that they've located my car, two and a half blocks away. I walked to the location where they've found my car, and I get in my car and the car it was a stick shift car, the car had been left in reverse, which is something that a lot of people do in stick shifts to k- to keep the car from being from rolling away or something. But you don't really have to do with contemporary. Stick shift cars, I have never done this in my life. I this is not a lie. Somebody stole my car. Drove it for an indefinite period of time are two and a half blocks away. And the reason I know this is because I would never have left my car stuck in reverse when turning it off. And no one will believe me, which is why I am still telling the story like if just one person had believed me in the last fifteen years, I would have been able to just stop worrying about this..

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Dear Hank & John

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Can certainly Hank before we get to the all important news from Mars Wimbledon. We need to address a pressing issue, which is about all. That's why I said pressing anybody know God they're out. Wow. Jeeze? I thought thought that was my my bag everybody in England. And I mean, everybody wrote in to tell us that all of the who've gardens in England so far as we can tell are not actual all of gardens. They are just restaurants named olive garden that are independently owned. Yeah. Are they all independently owned from one another it would seem so and lots of people? Seem to feel like they really wanted and olive garden in their town. But their town was not yet civilized enough for a proper olive garden. So instead, they had this like knock off all garden and lots of people in Wigan, for instance, were like trust me Wigan doesn't have an olive garden to which I would say, I don't think you've been to all. I mean, I'm looking at the garden in Wigan right now. And I will give you two pieces of information on why this place does not look particularly well maintained but refuse to they are using signs and and like the logo of all of garden. Yeah. They just stole all garden. It's but it's not an olive garden. Yeah. But it's because all of all of garden based in Orlando, Florida that olive garden it it can't get to England. If you don't can't get there because it's it's has to follow the ghost rules. Yeah. Due to the I'm sure you're familiar with the olive garden ghost rules. You can't swim across an ocean. Especially if you're an olive garden lot. So anyway to all of you from all over the United Kingdom who wrote about the olive garden issue. We understand that. There are now multiple olive garden's one founded in Oban Scotland one founded in Wigan it centra, and we wish all of those all of gardens. Good luck with however Brexit works out. Maybe it's just going to work out where there's just like a lot of like in addition to leaving the European Union like Great Britain will break up into a series of increasingly small city states until finally, you know, there's like eighteen different warring governments inside the city of London. Right. So maybe that will happen before may and they'll call off the soccer season. An AFC Wimbledon won't be relegated. Here's open John. What's the best possible outcome from Brexit? John O a series of wars between tiny city states that results in the suspension of the soccer season. Everything will be fine. It's really all about AFC Wimbledon, John. Speaking of can you give me the news from ESI Wimbledon? Sure. I'd love to so AFC Wimbledon or in the fourth round of the FA Cup for the first time in their history since reforming it's very exciting. It has nothing to do with how well we're doing in lean one the third tier English football, which is poorly. We actually tied our last game which was a reasonably good result. And yet despite that reasonably good result. We are now like much further adrift in league one we are in last place and the team that is in second to last place on. Fortunately is four points ahead of a so a win and a draw ahead of us nineteen games remaining in the league one-season, we have to win at least nine of those and possibly ten of them. So AFC center in the fourth round of the FA Cup, which is very exciting. Like, I said, it's the first time we've been there in a long time really cool super happy playing West Ham of Premier League side and the game is on January twenty six thank. And it's going to be kind of televised in America. Oh that doesn't seem likely and by kind of I mean that it's going to be on ESPN, plus which is a ESPN subscription package. But it is a really high quality stream, and there is a free trial..

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Dear Hank & John

04:21 min | 2 years ago

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"That's a great like like, you two should have that above every YouTube video it should say in like bright, red letters. Listen to the words, not the tone. All right, John another question. This one comes from Rory who asks Hank and John my partner, and I have been together for over four years and are discussing getting married and weddings. The problem is that I grew up the UK and she grew up in Canada. And we both currently live in Sweden with our family and friends spread out around the world and not wanting to leave anyone out. We're having a conundrum any advice would be greatly appreciated Rory. I think in this situation, you get married in the Atlantic Ocean. No, John know Iceland. Nope. Rory you and your love partner are going to get married on Twitter. No, no. Everybody's gonna be there. Do you Laura Jake Ellison to be your wealth, waffly, leaded wife, and then you tweet the pastor tweets that? And then you reply to the tweet I do this all on Twitter. Everybody's gonna be like, oh the world is ending. And I hate everything and everybody can be there. Everybody can come. And we'll all there will be so many hot takes about it. Yeah. They'll be like Rory's sued is blue. No, it's yellow it'd be great. My my name usage. It's extremely dated because don't have access to the internet house bad. So is that are we still talking about the dress? Or have we moved on? We've moved on from the dress job. Yeah. That's a terrible idea. Rory. Listen to the words, not the tone. The best idea is to get married where you want to get married and hope that your friends and family can come. And if they can't come. That's okay, you'll still be married, and they will still love you. And you will see them on your round the world post marriage trip or something I actually have friends who did that. And it was so I mean, I do you guys have unlimited resources because you totally do that. You should get go get married and every continent. No, you should only get married once. But presumably at some point they will go to both Canada and the UK where they are from. And when you go to Canada, you can have a little party with your Canadian friends when you go to the UK, you can have a little party with your British friends, assuming there is still a Great Britain at the time. And yeah, that'll be nice. Yeah. I do feel sometimes like. How do you make it clear that you do not expect people to lay down like five thousand dollars getting to your wedding? Like that is just it is it is an amount that is it's unreasonable to expect or maybe it's kind of the kind of thing that someone will do, but you want to make you wanna say like don't do this. You don't want to say you don't have to do this. You wanna say don't do it? Do not make a bad financial decision right now. Like do not use like the the next five years of your savings to come to my wedding. Like, we will get to you. And we will we will celebrate us coming together. But it's not gonna be this official thing because we live to international lifestyle, which is very cool. Don't get me wrong. I don't know obviously, people shouldn't feel obligated. But if they wanna come to your wedding, and you want them there. It's fine. I just feel like to some extent we do need to redefine some cultural norms in a world that is different. And so like it once was complete. Normal for for you to be in the town where you were. And and for many people still is to to be in the town where you were raised married and have all of your friends and family already there. Everybody's from the same place that used to be like one hundred percent of people and now that just going down. And so we have some traditions that might be somewhat based on older systems, and it can be really difficult to try and maintain that if not everybody's able able to and so one certainly be understanding, but to also try and be clear that you're not going to require anybody or be mad if people don't show up. Yes. So our vote is for multiple small parties. So that your wedding never ends. That sounds terrible..

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Dear Hank & John

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"John just tank and John the names with Hank. I John second. Why did it end up that way? I don't know. Hank? John skill share dot com slash Hank. John. I'm older. Yeah. But it sounds better though. Right. Hank John than John? Hang on Hayes too hard to say that way, Johnny. Yeah. I don't know Hank. John. I got a question here that is for me. So I'm just going to go ahead and ask it, and it says dear hankins, John, I'm a high school. And I'd applied and was accepted at the university of Montana in Missoula, and I just found out on the final for a big scholarship, and they want me to come to campus for an interview very excited, but I live in Tennessee and most travel time will be spent just getting to Missoula, and I don't think I'm going to have any time to explore the town. How do I get the full Missoula experience in less than twenty four hours? Life is hard from the womb to the tomb. Libby. I feel I feel like this actually question for me because visits Missoula often for only twenty four hours, and I can tell you right now. How to have a great time in Missoula Montana. And that is to go to the American Legion has seventy five cent PBR. And then go to one of the like shady Khanna rundown. Pretty depressing casino type things yet. I mean, you could go to the Oxford. If you wanna legitimate experience. You want to see what Missoula was like twenty to fifty years ago? The Oxford hasn't changed much, and I don't go there anymore myself because of how I am a almost forty. But some some of the college students still do don't take pictures of people there. They don't like it. That's like a good rule in general, like don't take pictures of strangers. Yeah. It absolutely is. And it's not that I took a picture of a stranger at the Oxford. It's that I was once at the Oxford and someone took a picture of the bar and someone who was at the Oxford got very mad about it and made them delete it, and it was very heated moment that I feel it could have gone south easily. Which is you know, the kind of thing that happens at the ox, but there are lots of lots of bars that are nice and not like that. There are so many nice like restaurants now in Missoula. It's become a very cool town. Yeah. There's this great. There's a great like dive bar slash nice bar combination of als vixen old bar. That's been there forever. And and vix the people who run it their son started a bar adjacent to it called the James bar in. It's like sort of upscale and posh, and the nice thing about this is that the bathrooms are in the James bars. The bathrooms are nice, but like a dive bar experience with nice bar bathrooms house to go. I think there were giving a lot of barred by Stewart seventeen year old. This is maybe one of the big problems with Missoula. The most of this stuff to do is related to beer, but there is other stuff. I see Justice like walking down Higgins going over the bridge like start at the top by the Xs by the railroad walk all the way down over the bridge to the hip strip, which is what they call the part of town where parking still free, and and there's like bookstores in places like snack on whatever you walk by. And and there's that and then you might win. Also, just take up the em and see the big giant m that's on the side of the mountain, and you can hype up the vista of the university and the town and also thinks yourself that was surprisingly difficult. I do not hike up mountains, very often. But if you live in Missoula, you'll do it all the time and it won't be hard anymore. All right. There you go. You're going to go for a walk because that's what you can do in Missoula..

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Dear Hank & John

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"But when I lived in Chicago, and then a New York it was like a revelation for me. And I realized that the problem when I was a child was not me. The problem was Orlando like, Chicago and New York are both cities on grids. So as long as you stay north of fourteenth street. Josh, you're gonna be fine because the streets have numbers for God's sakes. Like the numbers go up. You're going north numbers. Go down, you're going south, and then you can just memorize the few cross streets. There aren't that many of them, and then you can use the park as as a guide to so it does get a lot easier. I think in a city that's built on a grid. Also, there's maps everywhere including inside of your pocket. But also like any subway station has a map of where you are. And how to get to the other places I live in a small town. And I will say that I regularly to know where I am look up to see where the mountainous. That's very convenient. To be like, oh that that way is toward home that I see the mountain when I lived in Chicago, people would always tell me. Oh, navigating in Chicago is easy. You just think about where the Lakers and. My problem is that I can see the lake with my eyes. I don't know where it is. Right. And people would be like, no, no, you just kind of get a feel for where the lake is. I lived in Chicago for seven years. I had. No, I never had any idea where the wake was if you drop me a mile from my house in the woods. I would die of exposure. I don't think you're wrong. No like, I would it would take me like five days. I would walk seventy miles in in like a hundred and fifty circles, I would die on the same circle. Over known. Eventually I would drink the water of the white river, and I would die within minutes. God bless Indianapolis. Oh god. We just we just had a rainstorm the other day, and I was down at the river with my children and not to be too graphic. I could smell the sewage that we dumped into the river. Well, sewage does the smell John and you do dump it into the river. Anyway, this comes from Lauren who writes, John and Hank when I was a kid. I really liked marshmallow. Peeps. Can relate to this question Warren, but not the goal my childhood now, I think they're just fine. Like, I'll eat one or two if they show up at Easter dinner, but I'm not gonna eat like twelve and a half of them in one sitting. However, I keep receiving peeps. It's only a problem in the spring. But I got like four peeps. On a stick in my stocking at Christmas this year..

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Dear Hank & John

04:32 min | 3 years ago

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"Two brothers answer you questions give you advice in bring you all the week's news from both Mars and FC Wimbledon, John. Yeah. As you know, John comes out on on Mondays. And people are sad about Monday's. 'cause I gotta go back to work. And then you get a case of the Mondays. Well, I think the deer hanging John is like a little bit of an antidote to that. But also it's important to remember that just two days ago. It was a Saturday Saturday was a sadder day. Even sadder. I mean, usually I kinda like grown at them. But but you liked that one that one was that one was great now, you gotta give your good news. Hank? The the murder rate globally. It's better. We're doing a better job of not killing. Each other humanity has actually never done this good of a job overall of not killing each other except for maybe in two thousand eleven we had like a couple of years there where we were really crushing it in the field of not killing each other. Then the series of a war. There's no reason to get into the bad stuff. This is the good news for things are it appears based on still somewhat data that twenty eighteen was an overall less violent year for humans than twenty seventeen. So we're headed in the right direction. And I have to say twenty forty sixty eighty two hundred two thousand years ago. All of those years were much worse way. Worse. We used to be so much more violent as a species. So that's good. Yeah. I love not murdering both when I do it. And when other people to it, there's. Not a lot of things I'm as opposed to. I don't like to. I don't like to political on this show, Hank. Because I want to have a big tent? I want to bring as many people into the ZipRecruiter is possible shirt. But you know, and and I know that I know that people feel like oh celebrities. They shouldn't have allowed political voice. Like, why do we trust these people to decide you know, what what kind of issues matter to us? But I'm just going to say it, I am opposed to violent death. First question comes from Gabby who agrees with you, John. I'm assuming that John and a couple of months my boyfriend Josh is going to be moving in with me. I live in New York City, and he lives a few hours away and upstate New York. But we have a problem. Josh has absolutely zero sense of direction. How little is absolute zero during one visit to New York City. He accidentally locked the wrong direction and didn't realize it for forty bucks. Why do even walk forty blocks in New York City, you just walked past like eighteen different subway stations. How do I make sure Joshua's and completely lost everyday? Obviously, I can't be with them all the time. And getting the tracker chip seems a little bit extreme not too chatty. Gabby. Well. Gabby two pieces of good news. First off Josh already has a tracker chip in his pocket called his phone. And so if you just turned on find my friends or Snapchat future, you can see Josh is at all times. And it's not creepy at all lots of people use it. Secondly. In in that phone Gabby. This is gonna sound crazy. When I I tell you about it is a map of the entire universe. John you could say that. But I've gone to big cities and GPS does not work. Well, because there's all these buildings bouncing the satellite signals around. It never knows where I'm going through and things on a different street than I am. And I have this problem. And like every time I have to walk two blocks. Check the things if I'm going the right direction and then turn around and walk those two blocks back. Yeah. So that's the number one thing is you have to check every like block or two to make sure you're going in the right direction. That's how you walk in the wrong direction for forty bucks. I lived in New York City for two and a half years. I have absolutely no map in my head. As my mother likes to say. Like when I like like when I was a kid, and my parents moved in order for me to get anywhere. The first thing I would do was drive from my new house to my old house and then for my old house. I could get anywhere. Yeah..

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05:04 min | 3 years ago

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"And he replied is nNcholas nNcholas. It was it was possible or possibly nNcholas AJ was the different one. Ilan musk replied that. It was thirty percent. Thirty percent chance that the first the first human be the first being on Mars will be an intelligent machine. Now, I have to ask we'll that count. Does that count? I say what's the pet? I mean isn't the Rover of relatively intelligent machine. No, I think we're talking about like human level intelligence machine. Okay. So Elon Musk who thinks that humans are going to be on Mars within like four or five years thinks that there's a thirty percent chance that in that four or five year timeframe wind the first humans. Go to Mars, those humans will actually be some kind of artificial intelligence created by nNcholas I think I'm just going to throw this out there, Hank. I don't think he long musk has a great sense on when humans are going to get to Mars. He also said that he he himself has a seventy percent chance that he will go to Mars despite there being a good chance though. He did not give a a number two this chance that he will not survive the trip or long after arriving. That. Like a call for help. I think I'm I as you know, I'm concerned that I honestly I find that a little alarming, and I it's weird to me that other people don't, but God bless him. There's nothing like like guys given percentage chances to things like we know what we're talking about. I do that all the time where people are like, so so are you going to are you going to be in on time for for the shoot tomorrow? And I'm like I'd say probably like a forty two percent chance be there on time. As if I like that it seemed so right to me. Yeah. Chance the difference between a Europe percentage chances and Elon Musk's percentage chances is that in my experience years are pretty accurate. Whereas like if there was any way, I could make a very large bet against Elon Musk getting to Mars in his lifetime. At the odds like, you know, two and a half to one or whatever I would take that bet in a heartbeat. Whereas I do think there's about forty two percent chance you'll be at the sideshow shoot on time. I don't know, man. Well, you won't be right on time. You'll be like six minutes late. And then you'll be like. But you'll think you're on time. You know, you'll feel on time. Everybody will be like. Yeah. That's when we expected you to show up I need to be more respectful of people John and their time by arriving at the olive garden intend to gel when I said that I would. How is that place pronounce C N T A L what part of England is this? I think you're getting it John. Do you want to know some other place names from around this area because got more desperately true Walder tra- cine Trevi gin trib burger? Trillo tra- Lil is one. Also tricky also tr- jealous and Tra weather n- and true true. Weathe-? What's happening tra- lights, somebody explained this to me? Also, a place called Avraham around there. That's just otter ham. Imagine being the only like non trip lace on. You're like I'm from otter ham and everybody's like boo Audrey. But then you're like, but it's a town of otters. Everybody's like, oh, yeah. Never mind. That's cool. I like I would not be totally surprised if you told me that in England there is a little town. That is inhabited only by authors that has its own honor mayor and has its own autre church of England churches, and like they've got their own autre God, and the whole thing I would not like that seems within the realm of what I understand to be true about England plausible, I wanna move to cracking haven just so that I can live in cracking. Tin haven. I wanna move to England just so that I can be a servant of the Queen always dreamed of being just wanna be what are they called pupils students. Subjects subjects. I a subject of the Queen. Hey, it's been a pleasure to part with you here in the new year as the old saying goes next year informant. Okay. That's how it goes. If you wanna Email us your questions, please do that. We are at Hancock John g mail dot com. You can find John on Twitter, but he won't see it at John green..

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Dear Hank & John

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Food. All these grow on trees. Yup. Agriculture of trees is not gardens. It's orchards. It should be called the olive orchard. It should be called the olive orchard. Why like what what kind of what is the place that is an olive garden? Is it just like a garden, and you've thrown all around in it? I'm gonna make a bet that when all of garden was founded in Orlando, Florida in nineteen eighty two it was founded by someone who had no flippin idea where all come from do, you know, do you know who founded the olive garden job? Of course. I do. It was Bill Darden. Yeah. I like the idea that maybe Bill Darden every initially wanted to call it the all of Darden. But then they're like, no, no, no. That's not good. That's not good. That's feel bad. It's like, really bad. I love that America's biggest and most successful talion restaurant was founded by a guy named Bill Darden. I mean is there -talian name in all of human history? It was also initially owned by general mills, well, so they can make pasta so cheap because they're the cereal company. That's right. They they just used all the leftover like Cheerios went into the pasta. All right. We're clearly we've accidentally found ourselves in the olive garden spectacular episode of deer hanging. John. Let's move on to another question. This next question comes from Gabby who asks hankins John beans are basically small potatoes. Right. No Gannon, but pasta is long potatoes. Well, disagree. Trying to tie it in as a good. It's a good attempt to tie it in. But to me that question is indicative of how far removed we are from the food supply. Like, I spent six months growing about forty two black eyed peas than eight on New Year's day. They were delicious, but beans and potatoes in terms of how you grow them have essentially nothing in common. The only thing that they have in common is that they aren't meet are from plants plant things. Yeah. But I mean the way that you grow them as completely different the way, you harvest them as totally different. I I don't think beans are small potatoes. I think however that potatoes are overrated. No. I don't. I don't. I don't. Media. I hold on. I don't think I don't think beans are small potatoes. I do think that potatoes are the single most important thing that ever happened to humanity there, so import they're good. They are good. You could you could write a history of the world through the lens of the potato, and it would all make sense. Like nothing that's happened to humans. Was really separate from the potato except for all the stuff that happened before potatoes were introduced to afro Eurasia, which was admittedly ninety nine point nine nine six percent of human history. You could do a study of the last four hundred years of human history through the lens of the potato and everything would make sense. Well, here I am in Montana right next door to Idaho, where they agree John. And I do you know, I love a potato in all of its many forms. I've never had a kind of potato that. I didn't like do you want to get another question? I also like beans they're chemically very different from potatoes as well. Agriculturally chemically there does not potatoes. Sorry, but potatoes are are round pasta. Only only nutritionally this next question comes from AJ who writes, your Nick, I recently read that all swans in England belong to the Queen. If I snuck a swan into Ingo automatically become the queen's property, also how does one smuggle swan internationally, not planning anything suspicious AJ, John? I did a kind of shocking amount of research on the situation re swans and all fell way down the Queen owning all the swans rabbit hole. First off AJ a swan is never ever going to be an emotional support animal that was your first thought. You could get it on the plane and say, no, I need this is prescribed by my.

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Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentleman humorist

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

06:08 min | 3 years ago

Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentleman humorist

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentlemen, humorist by Bruce tank ins, tracking hang Greenwald's broadcasting career is a bit like trying to identify every song ever performed by Bob Dylan. There's a new discovery around every corner Greenwald who died at eighty three on Monday covered. Syracuse football during the heyday of Ernie Davis Floyd little and Larry's uncle he was the voice of USF basketball for a spell in the nineteen seventies. He wants hosted a weekly forty Niners television show appearing one night in a helmet. So comically large it came down over his shoulders. And that was Hank. John Miller fondly recalled anything for a laugh, and then there was that visit Portland in nineteen sixty five. It was a western Hockey League trip covering the San Francisco seals against the Portland Bucker ruse and during a quick stop in Seattle Greenwald hap-. To meet a woman named Carla writer. They had a very innocent date and when Greenwald returned to Seattle three years later on a San Francisco warriors trip, they launched a relationship. He was such a gentleman Carla recalled this week, I think we went out three times before he kissed me. I said to myself my God, what's with this guy. The gentleman happen to be extremely funny and bound for glory in his profession. It was his wit. That really got me Carlo said, he always told me life with him would never be dull. And it certainly wasn't the two were engaged in nineteen seventy and Greenwald had big plans. He traveled to Australia the year before and fell in love with the country so much so that the two spent their honeymoon. They're back in San Francisco where they had a two bedroom. Two bath apartment on Nob hill for three hundred sixty five dollars a month. They arranged a return to Australia by freighter bay set sail on a sixty. Trip in June, nineteen Seventy-three with stops in Hong Kong and Malaysia. And quote, we were thinking of staying in Australia for good Carlos, Ed, but Hank founded difficult to get work, and we were both getting a little homesick. And by the time Douglas was born September nineteen seventy four we knew we'd be coming back. Doug grew up with his dad's passion for sports, especially baseball and next spring will be calling the Fresno grizzlies games in the Pacific coast league for the seventeenth year memo to major league baseball somebody get this man to the big leagues. He's that. Good life was more difficult with the greenwalds second child Kelly who was born with down syndrome. That's when Hank was at his best Carla said, he got me through the hard part with Kelly. There were times when I just wanted to throw in the towel with her. I just couldn't handle it. But Hank was right there. He told me from the day. She was born we are not giving up on this. Child to see Kelly today is to witness a person who has always been loved full of life. Enjoy as my colleague Henry showman described her this week and the family presses on without the man who joined the all time greats of the broadcasting business Dwayne Kuyper played four seasons with the giants after being traded from Cleveland and by the time of his retirement in nineteen eighty-five. He had a radio show on Ken Biard joining the giants broadcast team year later he had the good fortune of working with Greenwald. He was the perfect guy for me and Mike to learn the business Kuyper said this week, we were young energetic ballplayers coming off the field. And somehow he had to corral that energy and focus on making. Sure, we had a good broadcast. His preparation was. Unbelievable. He carried around little notebooks on each team filled with stuff he'd clip out of newspapers and scotch taped onto the page, and he felt that a true. Professional dresses that way, he wore a suit and tie every single day. Even if it was one hundred five degrees in Houston laughter invariably found its way into a Kuyper Greenwald booth. We were in Miami. And we heard these two deejays doing a spoof on the local broadcasters who constantly made mistakes and shrugged them off with the same. Catchphrase must have been the glare. I was just starting out on play by play doing a few innings before Hank took over. And I totally blew a call had the giants Willie McGee hitting a home run. When in fact, Jeffco nine caught it. So I'm trying to explain my way out of this. And I look over at hang and he's just shaking with laughter because he knows what he's gonna say must have been the glare. I'm sure the people at home wondered what was so damn funny. But Hank was laughing so hard I had to do the play by play the next inning. These are the moments that sustained Greenwald's memory and make it easier for everyone to excess. Such a great loss every night. You turn on the news. And it's a HP officer dying age twenty seven leaving behind three kids. Doug, Greenwald said or hearing about kids with cancer who don't live to age ten. This wasn't the case. My dad lived his dream doing major league baseball, even near the end listening to games on the radio. It brought him so much joy. He lived a full life. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park. La La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information.

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