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"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

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07:51 min | 3 months ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"But. That's what he would say. He's a very nice guy actually. Say. Well, this was the question Oh, yeah! They Emma drive a pace car. Go race. This next question comes from Maggie who asks dear. Hank John One expression. My mom uses all the time. Is the phrase bone dry now? Why so many things? There's that drying your home i. don't understand this mainly, because aren't our bones in our bodies. Wouldn't they be like full of fluids? Aren't they wet? Can you get back to me? Maggie I love 'cause you get back to me. It's like yeah, thanks. We tried to occasionally do that. And, also about this question is how terrible it makes me feel about my bones. Yeah, they are just all inside of me. Aren't there so? Well, here's the thing Maggie. Their moist now. Dryness is coming. Maybe depends on how like I guess the idea is that if the bone is out in the desert or the animal who died is out in the desert, and then the bone eventually appears after being blasted by sand and torn out by vultures that eventually that bone will be very dry, but it doesn't seem like the default state for bone well, those bones aren't in the desert. Quote me on it, so stitch pillow. So the actual etymology of the phrase bone-dry is pretty interesting, not least because it's really new, and you would think that it would be old. Because most most bone related things are old. We've had him a long time yeah yeah. But bone-dry didn't appear in English until eighteen thirty Oh. Wow, and it is about the fact that if you leave a bone out in the sun, it will eventually become dry, but like if you leave anything out in the sun, it will eventually become. You know you can see the same thing about like. Yeah, a pond. Pond Dry. Or a sponge I put it. This is this dry sponge and it's like well. Bones are basically hard. sponges do who wet ones I WANNA go back in time to before I knew about that hard wet sponge all right? Let's move on to another question from Gracie. Who writes dear, John and Hank do all microwaves rotate in the same direction, Gracie. No no Gracie in fact, microwave rotates to the left. Half the time and to the right, and the other half of the time and I don't know why Oh, I do. Oh, great, when the so when the motor Goo does its little thing. The the the mechanism center rests in the direction that it stopped in, and so a nicer microwave wants to have it rest. Not In the same way every time because rests against the mechanism, the same direction every time it wears faster in that direction so basically it switches directions only so that the motor will be able to have a longer lifespan and also I think that it Let's them use a slightly less expensive motor because it means that. It will be able to instead of overcoming where it's already resting and pushing through that move in the direction of that it's not resting, and that's actually less energy to move, so it's an engineering thing where they're able to make a cheaper longer lasting microwave as long as they have it move in different directions every time that was actually fairly interesting I always thought that it was a wind unwind. This is bringing their that. If you keep going the same direction eventually I can't I can't yeah. Well that's that's disappointing, but I. I am glad that I now know the facts there. You're settled all right. We have another question. This comes from Taylor who writes dear. John and Hank were all donating lots of money to cancer research funds, and I'm only twenty three, but so far as I'm aware of these fundraisers have been a thing for a while. Why haven't we cured cancer? Oh. Just! Is that all so Taylor? One of the things that we don't hear about that much, but is really important, is that the overall mortality rate from cancer is declining really dramatically and has been declining dramatically throughout your life span. There are a bunch of reasons for this research and better. Treatment is one reason another reason is public health decisions. We tend to like really undervalue the importance of public health in these conversations, but people choosing not to smoke cigarettes has been A. A big deal for lower cancer rates and higher cancer survival, the other, the other important thing here and we have a sideshow video about this if you WanNa Watch it, but cancer is not one disease, and like not even every lung, cancer or breast cancer is the same as other lung breast cancers there. And like the things that go wrong for cancer to happen are really varied, and some of them are fairly well studied, and we have ways to combat them, and some of them are still completely unknown and part of the reason that they're unknown might be because they're more rare, so we haven't had the money to to do the research part of it might be. It's just more complicated and we haven't figured out yet, and so like like and. And it tends to be that in order to get cancer you don't have to. It's not one thing went wrong. Usually there's you know a couple of genetic things that you're predisposed to a couple of genetic things that happened along the way, maybe unlike those things might be in in completely different parts of your body system, so it might be one thing happened in your immune system. That went wrong. One thing happened over here in like you're. You're sort of like cell regulation systems, one thing that happened over here and like your actual like the tissue that was the sort of started the cancer, so it can be a bunch of different things, and if we focus on one of those things, we can sort of carve out a whole section of cancer and improve mortality around that, but while cancers are spreading they, can they? They sort of like find new mutations that might help them survive. Survive our treatments, so it's it's super complicated and the amount of work that we have done in terms of cancer research is really amazing We have a long way to go. We also have a long way to go and increasing access to those treatments, because they tend to be very expensive for the first ten or twenty years after their developed and a lot of them. A lot of them are are less old than that so Having that having that limited access is also a huge deal and something that we should be looking hard at yeah, I mean the first person to get access to methotrexate, which is a chemotherapy drug that's been around for like sixty or seventy years the first person to get access to that in Sierra Leone's Kono. District got access to it last year. Yeah so so we have A. we have a long way to go. Both in terms of the discoveries that we need to make, but also in terms of the actual health consideration, which is not about whether or not, we figured something out. It's about whether or not we can distribute it widely and equitably. And there are also cancers that are super treatable. If you find them at the right time, and that's why screening is really important and getting my colonoscopy in two months, so if you are if you are of the age, make sure that you're getting your all of your correct cancer screenings, because that is how we stick around for ourselves and our families. I had a great colonoscopy in February before this started. Yeah. It was great. I. Look back on that time with a great deal of nostalgia. It's very hard for me. Not like most.

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Alabama High School Student Names NASA's First Mars Helicopter

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01:28 min | 4 months 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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06:47 min | 10 months ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"This podcast cast right now for free. Oh God yeah without this communications revolution that I completely take for granted but that didn't sponsor through today's podcast so we're not going to talk about. Today's podcast is is instead sponsored by ice bottles ice bottles as long as they have not even slightly melted. You can get through. TSA with them. And this podcast is also brought to you. By the ten foot giant wooden forest ranger inside of the Missoula. International Airport can't can't go through security because it literally wouldn't fit and of course they vodkas a war on the subject of airports is brought to you by airport. Weekly my favorite favorite magazine. Hank I really want to answer this question from Adam who writes dear John and Hank so Bill Gates has like a bunch of money and so so do tons of other people like Elon. Musk my question is could Bill Gates cure cancer gates just donated a billion or even two billion dollars to cancer research within that just cure cancer. He's never gonNA spend that money anyways. Do Billionaires like Bill Gates any on. Musk have the power to solve our biggest problems. And if so why don't day so Adam. This is a great question but the short answer is that no single billionaire has the resources to cure cancer in part. Because we don't really know what the the medical breakthroughs will be. We don't know where to put that Research money most effectively but we know that no single individual has that amount of money me because we spend billions and billions of dollars every year on cancer research and we we make progress. We have made progress a lot of progress in the last twenty years and much more progress in the last sixty years but yeah we play so much weight on these few individuals who do control a ton of wealth wealth. I would argue far too much wealth and I would argue that they have a responsibility to give the vast majority of it back but the truth is that it millionaire's in the United States. Control much more wealth in total then billionaires do and we almost never talk about that because we're so focused on billionaires and what what really drives change in terms of health whether it's you know addressing malaria or HIV or burke yellow sus in impoverished countries trees or or chronic diseases in wealthy ones. What really drives change is public spending and Governments spend much more. You're on research than any individual could and to me. It's really about finding ways to tax. Yeah Corporations Shins and individuals appropriately and then using that money wisely because public money is much bigger and more powerful than even the wealthiest individual Joel. Yeah because people working together are bigger than any one person in. That's like a clear truth. And that's the justification for the existence of government in any case it turns out. Cancer is super complicated. We it is not one disease it is many diseases. oftentimes overlapping with each other. It is many things that go wrong wrong. In order for this one thing to become something that is negatively affecting health that has been an a an ongoing story that has been like a huge bummer for people who who do with this research because it turns out that there is no cure for cancer in there. There aren't even individual cures for individual cancers because each each prostate cancer is slightly lately different from the next and sometimes they involve the same mutations and sometimes they involve ones. We've never seen before so that that nut is particularly difficult to crack crap. Yes however there are easier nuts to crack exactly in HIV and tuberculosis in many diseases. That are preventable. By vaccine's as many diseases that are preventable by having access to clean water and those things there is money out there like the resources are currently available to to save those lives. And we aren't doing. We know exactly how to do it and we aren't and we aren't doing it all right John for more serious question. This one comes from Elisa who says dear Hankins John. I've been wondering are stickers stuck in weird places going to be our civilization's cave art forty thousand years will some teens hiking through the golic let countryside discover an ancient underground cavern absolutely filled with Andre the giant pregnant Harry styles stickers under the right conditions would they still be we like comprehensible and most importantly would they still smell like bananas. Archaeology is cool L. Isis so hank while I was researching scratch and sniff stickers for the anthropology and reviewed. I talked to some chemists about the micro encapsulation technology that allows scratch and sniff stickers to work and from what I could gather it his unlikely. That forty thousand years from now those micro in capsules will still be encapsulating sent. So I don't think are scratch and sniff stickers will work but in the right circumstances couldn't are pregnant Harry style stickers. Still be out there. Yeah Harry styling. Well I think the main thing that you're looking at here is is chemical reactions that are happening and the things that are going to affect that are the internal chemical reactions So if the paper word that the that the sticky stuff is on the paper has some acid in it that acid might diffuse into the sticky stuff and break the sticky stuff down or there might be just like the sticky stuff itself isn't perfectly chemically stable and as the years goes on it will become less sticky but there there is definitely sticky stuff stuff that that won't happen with. I don't know if it's on the backs of any commercially available stickers but but but okay so even if the stickers fall off of this hypothetical okay fall hank imagine teenagers the future like you know unearthing a cave. And I don't care if the stickers are on the on the ground I just care it's still president Harry styles. Yeah if it's dark in that cave and if it's dry in that cave than yeah and also like one of the main drivers of chemical reactions anywhere as oxygen in which is a fairly reactive molecule the best case circumstances if the stickers actually buried in some kind of oxygen denying environment even if future earth that too dark If we kill all the plants that will be a problem. I think the plants will make it with or without out us. I think the plants will make it. It's the motto. Two Thousand Nineteen Hank before we get to the all important news from Mars and AFC see Wimbledon. I want to share with you. A few comments that people wrote in win. 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"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

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04:33 min | 10 months ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"This baby opening go get like a bunch of fudge rounds or something yes like just be like. I can buy whatever I want. And what I want is every Single York peppermint patty do they have right back when that mattered. Back when that would be great. How many men does would you like Sir? I'd like all of them. Thank you oh you mean. I could just have a reese's peanut butter cup. I could just have one so you're into what you WANNA do with this money. Is You want to do something very slightly transgressive. Maybe maybe it's like man. I haven't had orange soda in a long time and I would like to have ripe to leaders of Orange Soda or fourteen liters of Orange Soda and you just you go all went. Oh I just. I don't know why I had this idea but I think this is very good. You GotTa go you gotTa Take Your piggy-bank break it open. Go to the cornstarch get that money take that money to the place where they sell plants. And you'RE GONNA buy the most expensive plant you can buy with this so probably a small cactus and then you will take that small cactus and you will leave it on a stranger's doorstep and they will see it and they will think I've been and given a small cactus and then that will inform their entire day possibly week maybe year maybe whole life. This strange cactus that appeared in their life. And you know that you won't know how it affected them you don't know if they just threw it away. Or if they like had to take care of this cactus their whole life but you can think about it and you can know that in that one way you. A stranger have changed that other person a stranger. I like that idea. But I think I would still probably get fudge rounds do of drown and saw I mean just you saying the words drown their taste fudge rounds it was like a Pavlovian response. And I haven't had a fudge around in a solid twenty the years and now I know what I'm doing after we make the podcast but we have to answer this vitally important question from Oran not your son. Although I'm like your son this question made me feel very old dear John and Hank. What are the noises that landlines make when you dial the phone number of like those different pitches for each number? Do they actually mean anything on the teen but I know it a landline. Warren barely weighed wait. Wait all all they know is what a landline is. They don't know. Oh God I mean even growing up. I didn't know at the noises. Were four well so we had a rotary phone when you were very little. Yeah and the rotary phone would make a certain number of clicks depending on what number you dialed in and literally dialed it. Instead of just pushing a button right then that number of clicks would connected to certain other number basically with the advent of touch pad telephones. Yeah they call them touch tone phones they used to. They used used different tones to achieve that same goal. Which is why there were people? When Hank and I were a kid who would they were one kid who would have very good pitch and would basically be able to trick the phone company into dialing whatever number are they wanted to? Yeah and also there were noises that your phone can't make but other phone but like other devices can to talk to the computer and they would figure out how to make those noises that your phone can't make but that influence the computer at. At and T.. Or wherever are and then they would use that knowledge to basically make free long distance calls. Yeah which at the time you WanNa talk about transgressive free long distance calls. Oh my God I mean wow it fell like a whole world was open to you. Yeah I I suspect. Orrin is not familiar with the idea of a domestic long distance. Phone call one eight hundred call. Att Oh man. I dialed one eight hundred call. At a lot and that was the that was the cheap crank. Yeah somewhat low-quality connection so that you could get the discount rate of ten cents a minute. Oh Gosh I had to completely not realized allies until you said it that. Dial when you're dialing a phone we still say that we still say you're going to dial the number but it was because there was a dial yeah like an actual dial. Yeah which reminds me that.

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"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

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04:27 min | 1 year ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"You and I started to bleed out my face and sometimes do when you move from Florida to Montana. You and I bled on the envelopes though it's supposed to be stuffing that was very new to this place. I didn't know where the bathroom was so I literally ran out of the building and I assumed that someone would have noticed the bloody envelopes by the time I got back and then I got back to the nonprofit and indeed my buddy envelopes had been discovered and I said I had a nose bleed and they're like Oh and then we reprinted the envelopes and I kept stuffing them yeah. I'm GONNA argue that that's not a perfect analog to barking in the middle of a meeting. Oh was that was there currently where there are people in the meeting. Oh yourself in the meeting room. Oh in that case you just go into someone else's off as you say somebody puked in the meeting room no no so about three months ago. One of my good friends turned forty excited and we went to we had a party in like a hotel suite in Indianapolis and it was a great time and there was a lot of drinking and food ooh and Games and fun and we visit Tiger and Mike Tyson was there and then everybody I've seen the movie and that's that's how Indianapolis parties unfold with forty year olds yeah and then at about like twelve thirty thirty in the morning. Somebody was like Oh man. I'm really hungry. I wish I had some Doritos and I was like Oh you guys want snacks and I should add that. I was Kinda half conscious at this moment like my eyes were closed and they thought I was asleep but I heard somebody say Doritos and just is like like hello. How's it going guys and and I was like you guys want some snacks and they're like yeah? We really want some snacks and I was like uncle. Get some snacks Maryland what you're asleep and I'm like no. It's good. I got it so I go down to the hotel. Lobby and I don't want to brag but I am really good at like late night snack acquisition. You know how like some people under order on the snacks. That's never been a problem for me so I go downstairs and you know Oh. It's a situation where there's like this hotel pantry where you can get whatever you want and get a lot of a lot of snacks. I probably get thirty thirty five total snacks but don't have any bags so I just kind of AH roll it up into my shirt as best. I can Kinda hold the rest of in you know yeah like a baby basically but like a baby that's got thirty five discreet parts any of which could fall off at any moment and again the elevator now the elevator is full of eight people who do not know each other but are all very drunk and have been writing up and down on the elevator for for long long enough that they've become friends and they can't figure out how to get to the floor that they all want to get to this is the environment into which I walk with thirty five different snacks so I walk in there and one of the guys says you got a lot of snacks man and then one of the other people says he's a snack man and then these eight strangers start chanting the snack man snack man snack know what did you should never have done it. No wow so. I'm like okay well. This is really bad but at least it's just an elevator phenomenon but no I get out L.. I'm walking back to the hotels sweet where Sarah's birthday party is and here's here's this freak and Greek chorus behind me snack man. I don't know what to do. I knock on on a different door and just it's like hope for the best the no in the end like I knock on the door and my friends open up and they're these strangers behind me chanting snack man and that's how I got.

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"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

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03:27 min | 1 year ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"He's called snappy. Don't snap while you're driving T.. Rex Yup and you and you take a picture and send that to them every time and you say. I'm not every time you get a snappy. I'm not talking to you for a day. There's no more snap chatting assuming by the fact that you're using snapchat that you are under under the age of twenty five and so everyone your snap chatting with is fairly new to the whole driving thing and that is a lot of accidents happen when people are fairly new the driving thing you start to think that you pretty good at it but it turns out that you haven't experienced a lot of the things that you might experience the sort of out outside edge cases of of traffic unfortunate nece and <HES> and then people end up hurt and it's very bad and and like a legitimate cause of tremendous amount of tragedy and pain in the world and so I think that like if you can put together a goodall snappy the T. Rex don't snap while you're driving T. Rex picture please do that. Do I have the power to do that at least John Probably although I think that your understanding of both teen culture sure and meam culture are pretty weak but I liked the idea of snappy the T. rex it doesn't seem at all like a cringe thing invented by thirty eight year old to keep the young people from distracted driving. It doesn't seem like that at all. It seems like people are totally going to respond to that. They're going to be like oh well. I got a snappy the T. Rex. I'm in big trouble John. This is how it happens. This is how terrible ideas occur but I swear if the actual if it actual team does this and it it will be super cool right. Yes it will be super cool carly. I actually think that's a pretty good idea which speaks to the fact that I'm even older than Hank. I've noticed that there's this whole thing on twitter twitter where people are taking that Great William Williams poem about the plums and turning it into a lyrics from the Popular Music Song all-star familiar with this meme now. Do you know do you know the poem in question now but I do know all-star all-star okay great so there's one curse Liam Bom. I don't know exactly how it goes but I'm GonNa give you my version of it. <hes> this is my attempt to recite William Cross Williams poem. I've had a couple of drinks but fewer than heck. I have taken the plums that were in the ice box at which you probably saving for breakfast. Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold and here's the version that's been making the rounds on the on the <hes> on on the social media Hank Okay Hey now. You're an icebox. Get your plums on so sweet. That's not the best version thought that that's version at all now I'm falling asleep and she's easy and my palms and he's opened the icebox and she's taking a plum now looking for Tom's and my stomach feel sick now. It's all in my head so Sweden so cold now. I don't really know how that song say that delete wheat that medical thumbs in my lego about Ice Fox by my side Alanna Boorda breakfasts much you need a little bit of forgiveness is what I see a little bit of delicious those bombs little alone sleep here. You got you got fifteen thousand likes while the poem start coming and they won't stop coming. GotTa hit the ICEBOX for some more cold.

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02:34 min | 1 year ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Even in candle is a great dog named because it doesn't make any sense I love it but then I mean you just went in the worst possible direction. Oh man it's bad I got very nervous. John started to get like sweating Eddie. I got the meat sweat so it's like Oh gosh put on the spot. I don't know why what a dump thing to get nervous about deer hanging John in the interim chip. I haven't my college this summer. One of the major things 'cause I'm doing is calling prospective students to gauge their interest in school. Sometimes though I have to call someone who has my same first name it just feels very weird to leave voicemails saying hi Laurin this is Lauren. What should I do? You just gotTa make a joke out of it yeah. No you change your name not permanently just right AAC of the call yeah. You see doesn't care frankly if your name is lauren so and this to me it gives you a great opportunity now. You can only do this when you're calling Lauren's. You can't do it every every time because it'll be seductive superfund and you want to do it every time he can't but everytime you call it a warren they answer they say hello and you say hi. This is Bette Midler from Florida State University and they say what and you say this is Bette Midler. I'M A student at Florida State University. I'm calling because I know you've been admitted to the school and I was just wondering if I feel about it that she chose Bette midler well. I think it's the perfect because that's that's a name that perspective of college students will really resonate with because they wind beneath my wings. I Bet Bette Midler is good. I think I think in general like something a little bit obscure is excellent. You could also be like hi Lauren. This is manhole. I'm calling from Florida State University. We're really interested in giving you as much information as you want on the great programs we have at F._S._U.. Okay this is your onto something here hank which is <hes> what happens when because nobody's listening to the beginning of the call anyway what happens when you try and increasingly you're an absurdist series of things like what happens. If you're like High Hi Warren <hes> this is a gang of Turkey's calling from Florida state university there seventeen of us. We were just wondering how you feel about four two states excellent classical music program. We have four classical music majors here among our gang of seventeen turkeys who are making this phone call be happy to connect you with one of them directly..

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

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00:45 sec | 1 year 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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02:02 min | 1 year ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"And if the club makes it up to the championship the second tier of English football there. There will be a dividend paid. That's three times the initial investment if it makes it to the Premier League. The dividend is five times the initial investment, it's a really interesting model. This is something that we've talked a lot about in private decide DEA of having kind of small closely held organizations that are deeply enmeshed with their communities, somehow owned by those communities and AFC Wimbledon is doing that with their new stadium and I think it's really interesting. So you actually can get a return on your investment in the situation. Yeah. Exactly. It's, it's not guaranteed certainly no investment opportunity is. But it's a really interesting model. And it could be profitable. That's not how it usually works. No. I dig it though. Like this is something that we're seeing more of small companies were small organizations raising capital without trying to do kind of many IPO's through these kind of crowd funding. Ng investment sources and I don't know. I think it's really interesting. It's a lot of work. And that's the reason why Hank and I have always kind of shied away from it, even though we're attracted to the idea philosophically of nerd, Viteri a-, owning nerd Viteri for lack of a better term. But in the end the thing that we've kind of transitioned toward, is, you know, partners in health owning the economic ouster, John, thank you for potting with me. It's been a pleasure. Thank you. We're off to record our patriot only podcast this week, in Ryan's you can go to our patriot. Patriotic dot com slash Hank. John, where we'll post pictures, some very big snails and also a diagram of how the poop works. I love it. This podcast is edited by Joseph tuna managed. It's produced by Roseana halls Rawson shared Gibson, head of community and communications, Victoria, on journal, the music that you hearing now at the beginning of the podcast is by the great gonna Rolla, and as they say, in our hometown, don't forget to be awesome.

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03:49 min | 1 year ago

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"I and John second. Why did it ended 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 to say that way. Johnny. Yeah. I don't know Hank foes Fatone. Fatone? This one is very good. Can I do this? Yes plead. It says dear Mr. Green's last summer, I fell in love with someone who eventually left me for someone else than last week the someone else matched with me on a dating app. And then asked me to hang out. What do I do? Do. I cause chaos. From fumble on the bumble. It is a vintage example of how happy I am to be old in Tony eighteen twenty nineteen. That's how old I am. I don't even I'm now of age where I don't need to know the year. The nurse will be like what what who's the president? And you're like, I don't know. I haven't I haven't been on Twitter in thirty years lady. How am I going to the president is? People know things any more. Do you cause chaos? People seem to be very favor people. Hey, I was shocked. Is there is there anyone who is for letting sleeping dogs lie? Okay. Raise your hand. If you've done this before no one has done this, John it there's each other. Wait, are you are you did this result in YouTube being okay? They're like. Nope. Nope. Nope. I mean, obviously, it's a bad situation. I mean, the truth the truth of them, if you don't have you don't have to do anything. It's not a bad situation. Because you don't if somebody texts from what I understand if somebody texts you on a dating app, you are under no obligation to rights to them. Here's Radic question. Why why did they match with them? They only matched with them because they saw their profile, and they knowingly swiped either up down left or right, depending on what how it works. Yeah. I suppose you did. You did swipe the someone else. Yeah. I belong to the bumble. You can remain anonymous if you want, but did you swipe the someone else? You did why does your wife to someone else? Oh, she wanted to be feel better. Yeah. No. That makes sense. Actually now that you say that loud. I totally would have done that. Yeah. Hundred Pete I'm so cool and hip. I mean, I was that made like my whole body shiver when you said that like my when I said what John p. My my. I feel like I have a fever that came on very quickly as a result of p the more. I think about this the more. I think the probably got to cause chaos and and see. And here's the reason you gotta see how weird it can. I want to preface this by saying the end of this story really should not be getting back together with the person who left you for the person. Who's now on the dating app? Swiped. I don't think that's a good ending of the story. I'm not an expert. You might feel differently..

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Dear Hank & John

01:31 min | 1 year 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

02:57 min | 1 year 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 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

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"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 | 1 year 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

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"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

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Tori Amos as well. I'm sure she's fun. I bet she's talking that you just got sneezed on for God's sakes respect, I think she understands. Thinks she understands the inevitability of sneezing as much as anyone John before we get to the important news from Mars AFC Wimbledon. We got a couple of notes from people that I do want to get to a lot of people wrote in asking about the the object that was consumed outside of your body. If you owe enjoyed it and what on earth it was. Yeah. So I would say about two days after we recorded the podcast. I was walking down to the basement and all that once like a clap of thunder. I thought bath salts. It's bad salts and indeed it was bad salts which I'm very excited about I haven't consumed them yet because I've got a bit of a bath salt backlog to be honest. I take a lot of bad, and I always use bath salts. But also, this is the thing that people know about me, and so it is a frequent gift I will say the Montana bath salts that. Y'all. Give me every year for Christmas are the best bath salts us all year round. So I can't recommend them highly enough. Although I don't remember the name of the brand. So I can't Recco. Worry I don't either. All right. The other thing we've got to get to in the last cast. I made a joke about how the California bar exam. If you passed it, you got into all the bars. This turns out to not be true. I was just making a joke for the record, but lawyers, God bless you. All. Are. Stickers for literal literal -ality, and that's great. I'll just read this one Email from John who says allow me to be one of the many lawyers who will right into say that the California bar is not that useful. Unless you want to live in California. California's bar is tied for least useful as other states won't allow you to use it unless you have practice for a number of years making equivalent to any random other state VAR the correct state bar for your analogy would be the New York bar since New York is now a universal bar exam. State the universal bar exam crosses something like twenty states. But I will note that North Dakota is also a UB state. So to drive the point home unless you wanna live in California. Even the North Dakota bar would be superior signed. Of course, he signed off signed. Yeah. Side anything because it was an Email. No, I love it. I love signed comma. That's a great sign of its littoral sign off, Hank. Yes. Do you? Remember? The last time we recorded the pod yet. When I said while ago, we're going into the festive season, we'll play three games in ten days. We'll see what happens. What happened is that we won two of those games and the other one. Oh, seven points from three games. We went from having four wins to having six wins. AFC Wimbledon is still at the bottom of the league. One table after seven points from three games now. Now deal in twenty fourth place last time. I checked you in twenty third place. John. Yeah. Then with Argo wanna game. But we did beat them when we played them which was a game that we absolutely had to win. So here's the situation. AFC Wimbledon are still because other teams around them also had relatively good holiday periods sitting in last place..

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Dear Hank & John

04:27 min | 1 year 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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Dear Hank & John

04:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Approach. Listener support W N Y C studios. Hello and welcome. The dear hankins, John. Dear John and Hank. It's a comedy podcast for two brothers question advice and bring you all the week's news from both Mars and FC Wimbledon. They're both very tired and froze the product for awesome reporting this the Monday after the P ended a John why why Indiana Jones, so sad. Why is Indiana Jones so sad because his career is in ruins? I'm not sure what it says about me that I actually sort of enjoyed that. When I was surprised by I'm bringing you around. Yeah. Maybe by the end of this year, you're going to be going to be dead jokes all the time. Maybe or maybe I'm just incredibly tired. I have been more physically tired than this. But I do not recall being more spiritual retired. Like, I am. I am empty on the inside. Yeah. I saw friend if I hadn't seen in a while. And she said, oh, I saw the things from the party for Osman Instagram how to go, and I'm like, it was so great. And then the day after on Sunday, I felt so great. And now every two seconds. I think I'm about to cry. And I have no idea. Why? Yeah, I'm in a similar position. But we're so grateful to everybody who was part of this year's project for awesome. We raised over one point five million dollars for great charities money. That is. I don't even know what I'm saying. I feel like I'm hosting the project problem livestream again. It's like as like I'm back in that head space. Thank you to everybody who donated thanks to all the dear John listeners who pitched in. It was so much fun. I'm very tired. Like, I said, but it was a lot of fun. And that is the good news for this week that we raise more than a million and a half dollars were so grateful and excited and yeah. Hey, can we answer some questions from our listeners? Yeah. Let's answer some questions from our listeners. John right this first question comes from leash who asks a question that is extremely relevant to my life right now. Dear John and Hank where did all the websites go every time? I try to accomplish something on the internet. I'm always redirected to a Facebook page or other social media where I'm required to have an account to access that information. The problem is I don't have any form of social media. I really don't wanna go down that rabbit hole. Oh, we show. That's the right. Call should I just cave and make up a fake Facebook account? So that I can. See concert dates and look at NT Facebook is buying but I'm not selling we show where have all up side. When we were kids. We heard that Pete Seeger song at least five hundred million times. It's like our mom and dad's favorite song. So we've both created like fifty thousand different versions of it. But whenever anybody asks me where have all anything. That's the only thing that pops into my head is well hang can you please stop now. I have juiced ended my relationship for twelve months with Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, Hank. My phone is as dumb as dirt. I can't do anything on this device other than text taken credibly high resolution pictures make phone calls. Call cabs actually, come to think of it like the device that I'm holding in my hand, despite as densely being dumb phone would have seemed like magic to me twenty years ago. Yeah. Maybe even ten. Yeah. Absolutely. But I no longer have any of the big time sucks in my life. I do have an Athlon my phone that is remote for my TV. And I can find out what the weather is going to like in Shanghai in fourteen days. But I can't do the things that kill time including Facebook. And I have already noticed Hank leashes problem, which is that if you don't have a Facebook much of the internet is difficult to navigate. Yeah. Yeah. And in many ways, and for many people, I think that the internet kind of ease Facebook, right? They don't use anything else or or the internet is just apps. It has things that you that you locate through apps, and that's such a fundamental like an anti theft idea to me that like once upon a time the internet was this limited place where it was just prodigy or it was just CompuServe. It was just whatever BBS you're inside of..

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Dear Hank & John

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"hank john" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Even if you don't have to ask to use the restroom at a place where you might be working right before we get to the board. News from Nancy Wimbledon. I just wanna read a couple emails that we received. You can Email us, by the way hankins John g mill dot com. This comes from Travis. Hey, remember, a few episodes ago, we talked about whether it's appropriate to read a recommendation letter that somebody wrote for you and Travis wrote, I'm so grateful. I read an absolutely lovely letter of recommendation that someone wrote for me. Because it was actually written for someone named Veronica. They'd sent me the wrong letter. And so, yeah, maybe maybe you should do it just on the off chance that it's like. Oh, yeah. No, Veronica, we'll do. Great at West Point Simone, cintas this one she says, dear Hanke, John. I'm few episodes behind in the pod. So I'm not sure if anyone else has written about this. I emailed smucker's yesterday to ask what they do with the leftover crust from the uncrossable 's. And I mean my assumption is that that Email would go into the void and never be seen again. But they emailed Simone back. And apparently the crust put into animal feed, I have attached to screen shot of the male below pumpkins. And penguins Mon we'll put that on the patriarch for all of you to see. I wanna say quick thanks to Susan smucker's for replying so promptly to the question. It's almost like they get that question a lot. Yeah. It'd probably that there's a there's a macro for that one. So in Susan's, she wrote in response to your inquiry. The bread crusts are provided as an ingredient for farm animal feed, which makes it seem like an act of generosity. But I'm almost positive. They sell the Crohn's. They're provided. Just there's hungry. Pigs out there, John they have to feed them. The Hank John? God. I mean, at least you scored a lot of goals in a game that wasn't important. Yeah. We did score. Four goals against Stevenage is be team. What do they have their BT amount? They just didn't. They just didn't care. Yeah. Nobody cares about this this trophy that chick trade trophy competition. It was a great performance from what was essentially AFC Wimbledon's B-team, but maybe we should start those guys who knows things are dark things are very very dark for America's favorite third tier English soccer team. AFC Wimbledon are in the midst of an absolutely horrible horrible period of play. I this is the worst in the years that I've been sponsoring AFC Wimbledon. This is definitely the the lowest. I've seen the spirits of the club. It's the most frustrated I've seen everybody associated with the club played a game on November third against Shrewsbury. Another one of the worst teams in the one they in fact, Hatton one in twelve games. We went one nil up in that game. It was really exciting. The players all ran to Neil Ardley, the manager of the club to celebrate with him to show their support for him. And I will say at least from watching it on my phone. It seemed like the crowd was really being supportive. Nobody knows the right way forward. Nobody knows. If Neil is going to be the manager of the club through the rest of the season or what? But. It just felt so hopeful in that moment, and then Wimbledon gave up to really bad goals and ended up losing that game two one. Which is I don't know our seventh consecutive loss. It looks at the moment. Like, we're headed back down to league two that certainly. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. I don't I don't wanna sound despondent seventeen games into a forty six game season. But it does definitely look at the moment. Like, we are headed back toward being a fourth tier English football club, seventeen games eleven points. Not not good who. I don't I don't know how to help you with that John except to say that Mars is looking good is still big good juicy planet, and and the next juicy Scott as juicier than we expected, honestly, we found some significant juice deposits, not like ones, you'd wanna drink because the preclu-, but like, you know, more more gusher than you'd expect Mars juicier than we expected. Yeah. I think that's good..

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Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentleman humorist

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

06:08 min | 2 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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