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Fresh update on "hank" discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

00:50 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "hank" discussed on Podcast 42

"This is going to be a slow dance done to this used to be my playground from a League of their own, which you and Tom Hanks started nice and Rosie O'Donnell. Why would you not say Gena Davis because he'd make that face when I said Rosie O'Donnell when you talk to me, can you not hold your boobs like that? Sorry I I? Don't know what to do with my hands. Or Laura. Tell me about it. Okay? Everyone us the whole space of the studio. While you dance and make sure you brush your back's against the windows. They need Polish. So as about this time that you release your Fifth Studio Album Erotica, but it kind of up and had no hit. It didn't matter because I also released my sex coffee table book, and it sold one point five million copies, and at fifty dollars, a pop I would I'd buy a book about Coffee Tables, having sex lame, no Sabrina the coffee tables were not having sex in the book. It was full as sexually provocative pictures photographed by Steven meisel and.

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Vintage Super Mario Bros. video game sells for $114,000

Nocturnal Journal with Dave Hoekstra

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Vintage Super Mario Bros. video game sells for $114,000

"Copy of the original Super Mario brothers has become the most expensive video game ever sold at auction. We get more from ABC is Yoon Hee Han, an unopened copy of Super Mario brothers selling for a record $114,000 at Dallas Face Heritage Auctions. Not only was the 1985 Nintendo Classic seal in its original box, it also had a cardboard Hank Tap, making it extremely rare. The company used cardboard hang tabs on test market copies for the U. S. Before switching to plastic wrap. But the switch happened before the cardboard Hank Tab was removed, making the wrapped hang tab completely useless, but apparently very vintage and valuable. You neon, ABC news

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Fresh update on "hank" discussed on Paul and Jordana

Paul and Jordana

01:15 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hank" discussed on Paul and Jordana

"The interesting thing about this one. Paul is that it was adapted. Tom Hanks adapted the screen play from a novel that was written So clearly, Tom Hanks had in mind that he didn't want to make this much of a showy character really wasn't a showy role for him as much as you know, like it's Captain Miller and Saving Private Ryan. Or he plays a lot of captains doesn't Captain Phillips? He does, Captain Sullenberger? Yes, You're right. But it really I guess what really struck me and I think that this resonates with you, Paul and your wife. Is that there were just all these young, fresh faced crew members. And of course it isn't one or both of your sons have served in the military or have served in the name of my youngest Sunday the my youngest son, Navy. He hates it when I call him Navy. My youngest son, Brett is in the Navy and he's about to be deployed to the Mideast for his third deployment. So, yeah, we are. Partial to the Navy. And I found the jargon and some of it got into the weeds with a lot of the language, And I found it fascinating that I looked over and my wife was snoozing. So lost interest. Sadly. Well, look, I mean this movie again. You're right. It was supposed to come out in theaters. Um, I just think it would've been much better with a big screen presentation. I mean, hopefully they made it with those intentions. But again, there's just so much uncertainty. The last couple whole belt for the summer are supposed to be released in mid to late August. And that probably won't even happen. So I think was probably a smart move by Apple. To acquire this film. It's a Sony film. So the Apple TV Plus it allows them to get into the Oscar game Now, um, so you know, a lot of free publicity will come out of that Oscar race. You know, with the mentions of this film, I can't really see it being nominated for any acting necessarily. But certainly the special effects were incredible. And And I would imagine seeing it on the big screen. You might have got at least woozy, perhaps seasick because those that the raging seas it's incredible, isn't it? It is and I groove agree with you. I think the effects were Incredible and again, I I enjoy this. I I would recommend it. But then again, I like World War two movies. I think if any of our listeners, you know, gravitate to World War two and history. I found it fascinating, But not everybody's going toe soak this act, right? I mean, if you wanted to suggest an alternative, I would say probably And you can rent this one video on demand Midway which chronicles, you know, really life characters that you know, you know, Ah, lot of them. But there are some you didn't know. And that's the wonderful thing about highlighting up something like the battle of the Atlantic. Because there aren't you know, not Everybody is a history, but but I never Turn down an opportunity to learn more, especially about military history. Because I come from a military family. My late father was in the army had two brothers in the army. My late father in law was a Navy pilot, so I have the utmost respect. And, you know, I just feel that I owe it to them to learn as much as I can, and my respect deepens even more than it already is. After seeing a film like Greyhound Well said Well said, by the way on also on Netflix is World War two in color, which I highly recommend. If you want to get up to speed on history, it's amazing. They colorized a lot of the old rials. Speaking of Netflix, Here's a clip from something Starring Charlize their own the Old Guard. Who are you? Call me Andy. A leading group of soldiers. Fighters like you. With an extremely rare skill set. Do you mean? Let's just say we're very hard to kill. Charlie's their own as a warrior. A covert group of tightknit mercenaries with a mysterious inability to die. That sounds intriguing. Yeah, it is, You know, look, you put Charlie's in an action role she kicks but I mean, if you see her in mad Max Fury Road Or that was terrific. A spectacular film atomic blonde was good..

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Tom Hanks goes to war (again) in the World War II drama 'Greyhound'

KTLK Programming

01:41 min | 3 d ago

Tom Hanks goes to war (again) in the World War II drama 'Greyhound'

"A war slashed drama movie and something That looks pretty good. Yeah, I was shocked to see a Tom Hanks poster as well that it was funny because it's what's interesting about these. These films with Greyhound specifically because That trailer dropped. I think pre Cove it and I remember seeing the trailer and it was one of the few where I was, like, legitimately like that Looks really, really good ever saw? No, it's it's It's It's all. It's actually do you have that? Can you get provide assistance Officers there? Samantha, I certainly can. U S Navy commander Ernest Krause. It's so nice to be reading a synopsis. I feel so normal Ernest crosses assigned to lead an allied convoy across the Atlantic during World War two. His convoy, however, is pursued by German U boats. Although this is cross his first wartime mission, he finds himself embroiled. And what would become to be known as the longest largest and most complex naval battle in history. The battle of the Atlantic? Yeah, the trailer looks fantastic. And Tom Hanks already is just so watchable. He's just so interesting. And even when he does, you know, I mean, he does. I know I'll get even with this dramatic roles, the majority of what he does know her dramatic roles, but it doesn't seem to matter. Sort of what you know what, what acting gig he takes. He's able to bring something you know really compelling to it. And this movie just has me really, really excited on I just I like the fact that they're embracing the technology to go back and revisit some of these time periods. And to give us some or Hollywood eyes but still somewhat, You know, more accurate representations of what these particular battles were like. I know lot of

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Tom Hanks goes to war (again) in the World War II drama

The Big Picture

00:10 sec | 4 d ago

Tom Hanks goes to war (again) in the World War II drama

"Week. There's a new Tom Hanks movie and Lord Knows Dad's Love Hanks, who was thankfully recovered from corona virus, and his promoting his straight to apple, TV plus World War Two naval drama Greyhound.

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Tom Hanks goes to war (again) in the World War II drama

Roe Conn

04:03 min | 4 d ago

Tom Hanks goes to war (again) in the World War II drama

"19. So many of these big blockbuster movies are now going to be available on your TV as opposed to the movie theater, and this one was for the movie. Industry for the movie studios. This one must have been right on the line. Richard Roper, the new Tom Hanks movie Greyhound Big budget, lots of special effects. It's a World War two. Venture film right and they chose. They chose to go with Apple TV plus to release it. Exactly right. In fact, you know the beginning of this year way back in the day when we were going to movies in theatres I talked about this is one of the most highly anticipated films of the year because, as you mentioned it's a Tom Hanks film. And who has Dunmore in terms of entertainment movies and miniseries for World War two that Tom Hanks of her Saving Private Ryan and then band of brothers in the Pacific and Greyhound. He wrote this and actually stars in this row. And although it's not based on a true story, it's actually based on a novel. It's inspired by the very real events of the Battle of the Battle of Atlanta. Sick, which you know was waged on the Atlantic Ocean was longest running battle in all of World War two. And it was all about convoys of allied ships trying to get supplies across the pond, while German u boats were attacking from all ends. That's what this movie is all about. Now. The invention. Tom Hanks connection to war, too. And the press junket for the release of this film, So the people obviously they go out. They publicized All They want to talk to you about its Corona virus, right? Yeah, it's just tell your side of the times. Well and, of course, because Tom Hanks and his wife, Rita Wilson, were among the very, very first public figures to test positive. I believe you could correctly. I believe they're in Australia make making a movie. So, you know, I understand that and Tom Hanks has got such a no, he has. He has earned a role as more than just an actor, writer director producer. He's someone who's been around for a long time, but involved in a lot of things very intelligent and Educated guy when it comes to current events, so people do want to hear from him Now. The unfortunate part about all of this row is that Greyhound is not a great movie. In fact, I'm giving it to and 1/2 stars for the biggest disappointment. And I'll tell you why you remember. A few months ago we talked to Harrison Ford, who had done a movie called Call of the Wild or the Procedure. I he talked about how in a lot of these battle movies, war movies. They overdo it with the CG, and he actually said member, he actually said there are too many bleeping planes in the sky in a lot of these movies, and that's exactly unfortunately, what happens here. They did film some of this aboard a ship, I believe was the Canadian ship. But mostly it's CG Iroh, and it's very obvious that it is because you know the swooping cameras. It's almost like a Michael Bay movie. And so many planes in the sky and so many ships, etc. And so great special effects and then a lot of technical jargon. The problem is, we don't get to know any of the other characters other than the Tom Hanks character, and we got Haven't we don't know what we talked about the great War movies and you and I have talked about a lot of them. We did a podcast around Memorial Day about some of the great American War films. We get to know the characters first, we're emotionally invested in them, and then if something happens to one of them, or there's heroics or tragedy, it has an impact in this movie. All the characters are so superficially drawn that at one point, but Tom Hankscharacter asked a guy on the ship. He gets his name wrong and goes. I'm sorry, I'm still learning who everybody else's. And I'm like we are, too and that's never a good thing in a movie like this. Wow. Oh, that's That is so disappointing. When does it I'm still gonna watch. When does it premiere tonight? Or tomorrow? Tomorrow? And I will say this, too. I do think it might look better on the big screen. You know, maybe those special effects on a giant screen they either could've been magnified or they would have played better. He watching it in a home viewing environment. It just took me out of the film like I'm saying, Well, they clearly did this with computer generated stuff, and I think they just fell in love with the

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Tom Hanks hopes to return to Australia to film Elvis Presley biopic

WCBS Programming

00:35 sec | Last week

Tom Hanks hopes to return to Australia to film Elvis Presley biopic

"Up. Tom Hanks wants to return to Australia by the end of this year to continue filming his Elvis Presley biopic. Hank said the production team is tentatively looking to making this movie in October. But that date still up in the air hangs in his wife, Rita Wilson, You will remember had Cove in 19 back in March, they fully recovered. And came home. The production may have to go on without Hanks, though Australian officials currently say their borders will be closed toe overseas arrivals for the remainder of the year. The

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White actors will stop voicing "Simpsons" characters of color

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

White actors will stop voicing "Simpsons" characters of color

"Producers of the Simpson say that from now on white actors will no longer voice characters of color Syracuse University pop culture historian Robert Thompson tells KNX this should have happened a long time ago casting someone who is not Asian or African American or wow well whatever race the end with a white actor and thereby depriving the many many actors out there who could have played it I think doing that now is going to actually be making a pretty aggressive statement the series had been criticized for having Hank is area voice the Indian character up he stepped away from that role earlier this year this comes on the same day that my Camry was also white and also they will no longer voiced the character of Cleveland brown who was black on the fox animated comedy series

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'The Simpsons' producers will 'no longer have white actors voice non-white characters'

KNX Evening News

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

'The Simpsons' producers will 'no longer have white actors voice non-white characters'

"Seven with calls for racial equality across the country the longest running scripted TV series is changing along time controversial practice producers of The Simpsons say that from now on white actors will no longer voice characters of color Syracuse University pop culture historian Robert Thompson tells KNX this should've been done a long time ago casting someone who is not Asian or African American or wow well whatever race the end with a white actor and thereby depriving the many many actors out there who could have played it I think doing that now is going to actually be making a pretty aggressive statements the series has been criticized for having Hank as area boys the Indian character up who he stepped away from that role earlier this year this comes on the same day that Mike Henry announced he will no longer voiced the black character of Cleveland brown on the fox animated comedy series

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Maryland police chief resigns after reports of discrimination within department

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

Maryland police chief resigns after reports of discrimination within department

"Four prince George's county police chief Hank Stawinski resigns following a scathing report outlining complaints of discrimination and retaliation within the police department's more from WTOP's Kate Ryan prince George's county police chief Hank Stawinski resigned hours after the ACLU of Maryland released in ninety four page report alleging dozens of incidents of racist conduct by white officers the same reports said that when black officers complained of racism within the department they suffered retaliation Bob Ross with the prince George's county chapter of the N. double ACP said his organization had called for a no confidence vote against storing ski who is white prince George's county executive Angela also Brooks issued this statement announcing Stravinsky's resignation effective immediately Kate Ryan W. T. G. O. P. news and I'm Michelle bash the report supports a lawsuit filed on behalf of thirteen officers of color prince George's county police lieutenant Sonya's Allah coffer is one of them I think your report was able to gather understanding of the police department and provide a clear understanding of the unfair practices under chief Kaminski she believes the chief's resignation was coming because she and others were asking for change for so long and nothing was done we want to see equity fairness unbiased policing and genuine transparency Michelle bass WTOP news also Brooks is holding a news conference tomorrow at noon about there's the ACLU also releasing a report that says DC police disproportionately targeted targets African Americans when they stop people on the streets we are still awaiting a response from DC

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Hank Williams Jr.'s 27-year-old daughter killed in accident

The Bobby Bones Show

00:32 sec | Last month

Hank Williams Jr.'s 27-year-old daughter killed in accident

"In a bunch of notes what hang junior's daughter died yeah that all that Morgan tell me what happened over there so I guess she was driving it was in Tennessee and they were towing a boat and they cross the highway median and rolled over and she died in the accident and how old is she she was twenty seven years old and and from the looks of her Instagram she has two kids dating that that really statement even if she wasn't Hank junior daughter that stinks I think it made this the new location thank god our oh man well I hate to

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'Long Gone Summer' Documentary Revisits Controversial 1998 Home Run Chase

30 For 30 Podcasts

09:27 min | Last month

'Long Gone Summer' Documentary Revisits Controversial 1998 Home Run Chase

"Are joined by the director of long gone. Summer AJ SCHMUCK AJ. Congratulations loved watching that film. What does it feel like to have the film finally be seen by the world. I mean it's crazy. It's a been a long journey to get to this point, and it feels like a total miracle to have finished. With the pandemic and working separately with all my team so finally being able to get the film done and get it's ESPN. Feels like a huge accomplishment. Why did you decide to start the dock with the actual baseball's that mark mcgwire hit. Well is in part because we. When we met Todd McFarlane The Great Comic Book Artist Entrepreneur Who who bought all the balls or a bunch of balls including at number seventy. I just love the way he talked about the home run, and how it is something that really connects baseball fans to the game in a way that you don't get in any other sports so as soon as we like walked out of of interviewing him, I I turned to my producer, and said you know that's the beginning of the film. Is Him talking about what the home run in baseball means and how it connects fans, drinks have direct contact between Maguire's bat, and and the person who catches it. So that was that was great also has sort of the other. Bonus. Positive thing of reminding you that someone paid more than three million dollars. Baseball that's how big this was That's how much this took over the country that someone would would go to that extent. To own that ball. Having when watching that scene in Rhode. explained. HOW MICHAEL JORDAN HITS! A shot wins the championship. They go and bring him the basketball, and if if a quarterback breaks a record with the past, bring him the football, but with the home run. You literally hit into the stands, and you never see it again and it was sort of a way that the fan can take home a piece of the game in baseball. They can't other any other way. Way that happens with the home run, but then you did you hear him sort of articulate this, and then the question is asked how much you pay for it. It was just so much money that I wanted to know. How does this? How much are they paying people that bitter comic book illustrators, nowadays like what is the going rate for commentator Peter? How can this man afford this multimillion dollar baseball? Spun was very successful, but yeah I think. He spent basically every penny he owned and you know I I think in part. He did it because he he wanted to get into the business of making action figures for for sports. And and that happens I, mean he basically that was his way of getting everyone's attention in saying. Hey, I'm serious I. Care About Sports Let me make action figures, and and he did I think it was not only something that he wanted to do one thing that didn't make the film which I I tried to find a way to put it in, but he talked about how. His brothers are all baseball fans, one of the key excitement for him in getting the balls with just to be able to say I've got the baseball. As like well. You got three million dollars for that God. Bless Ya. I know that's right. The kid sweet swinging lefty King Griffey Junior, one of my favorite players growing up as Wa. Carry a bet to this day. was more of a factor. With Sosa mcgwire that people actually a realize. Can you acknowledge how his performance affected them? Certainly I mean one of the crazy things I think about that. Season was that people really went into it from spring training, thinking that either Maguire or junior were gonNA. Make this record. Both of them at hit and high fifties the year before this was an expansion year. Everyone just thought like this is GonNa happen went into the season, thinking that Griffey was was in it. You know right I think if you even remember the Griffey was in it. You forget that he was in it until late August when he had kind of a long slump I think he only hit one one home run and like twenty games and may still hits. Hyphen! which is a tremendous season that gets overlooked by what happened with mcgwire and Sosa, but certainly yeah I mean congruency. Junior had an amazing year that year and. It was in a in addition to to all the stuff. We remember of Sosa and mcgwire. He was. He was hitting the ball longer. In Maguire was sort of famously one of the bash brothers, and he had a great career while he was in Oakland with the athletes and Sammy Sosa wasn't as celebrated as a baseball player, and he said something in the film that really hit accord me, said quote ahead had to continue hitting. Because if not, they're not going to mention me. Why did you include that emphasized that and what that means you from Sami? I thought it was great. It Sammy acknowledged that he wanted to the respect. He thought he deserved, and he does that a few times I think in the film and I mean that's sort of a lighthearted way of like saying like. I turned on sports center at night and if I don't hit a home run like they're not gonNA mentioned. He wanted to be mentioned. He wanted to be acknowledged and I think that one of the things I hope that the film does Sami. Wasn't that well known outside of Chicago before ninety eight, but. That's in part because the comes weren't very good, but the Sammy was was a great player for the cubs. A thirty thirty guy I thirty thirty guy ever in cubs history. He was a top home run hitter in the National League for years. I was one year where he was on track to get close to the record. But was injured in in August so You know was a goal to sort of illuminate. The fact that Sami wasn't just somebody who like. Jumped out of nowhere in June of Nineteen Ninety eight that he meant something in Chicago before that. Implant in Chicago, the weather can be a factor. Do you believe it play as much of a factor as Sammy Sosa states. I mean all I can tell you that. We were there in May of last year to shoot the Saint Louis Chicago series in their. Earliest! May and it's snowed one morning. And I was just like. I grew up in southern Illinois outside the St, Louis and I love Chicago. Chicago is great, but I was just like hell though. Away being at the game it was cold. It was rainy and it was just like damn out. This is football. Weather's that I don't know but yeah. No. I definitely know He. He I believe in when he says he's. He was a hitter that did better when it got warm. Not that good of a hitter in the cold. Certainly, see see that that would be the case. Which I think is also in the film. You'll see you know one of the things that makes a Kerry Wood's twenty strikeout game. All the more impressive is that he's. He's doing it on one of those days, and the rain is coming down east going through like You know thirteen fourteen fifteen strikeouts that day, so? Yeah! It's whether in and regularly I think is probably no joke. With all of what's happening in our society in the world, not just in our country today we kind of have to look at things in stories in history, and currently through the filter of race. And how do you think race played a role in this particular story of mcgwire and Sosa and that summer? I think that people wanted to feel good about the fact that they liked this battle between these two guys who were from different cultures different countries. And different races. That probably made people want pat themselves on the back for feelings so good about it I think in part there still memories of what had happened to Hank Aaron and sort of the ugliness when he was. Setting the all time home run record. So people felt like. Wow, look at how far we've come to celebrate and get excited about the fact that this could be. A champion of homerun record that was held by either of these two guys. There's a somewhat famous. Cartoon! Where the two of them are depicted with their bats wall has been broken in the wall, says racist. You know like that. The two of them had finally solved this problem. They beaten it. And I think. It's just a you know. It's one of those times when. People have wanted to. Congratulate themselves for reaching a certain. Threshold and clearly all of those congratulations were way premature. And we're still. We're still fighting for it. I hope that the people. Look at this though as a story of these two champions, and can get some excitement out of the fact that they did come from different backgrounds, and they have very different stores,

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Ross Jeffs on Individualizing Speed Training by Understanding Concentric

Just Fly Performance Podcast

06:05 min | Last month

Ross Jeffs on Individualizing Speed Training by Understanding Concentric

"We have an awesome show for you lined up on individualizing factors and speed training. individualization has been one of my favorite topics to get into I feel like one of the most rewarding things that. Seems to happen throughout the process of coaching athletes is finding that athlete who just wasn't responding to the training that they had been given and looking at them, and and having the layers of awareness to understand where they're at and his into as an individual giving them the training they need and seeing them succeed. That is one of my absolute favorite things as a coach and. And that's why these podcasts on training individualization. I just enjoy them a ton, so Ross Jeff's. He was on the podcast back on episode, one forty, five, talking about trainers versus racers, which again is another element of individualization, basically knowing how to train athletes based off of how close they can get to their peak performance output in practice versus competition and how to train them correspondingly. Ross is currently working as a sprints jumps in hurdles coach at the aspire academy in Doha Cutter. He formally has worked in the Netherlands is the sprints and jumps coach. He's also coached under the guidance of Jonas Dodo within this speedwork system. Outside the track field Ross's worked with a number of athletes. From -rageous sports including tennis boxing. Olympic medalists from backs, basketball and rugby sevens, and Ross really has a full gamut of people that he's worked with. He's absolutely one of the most brilliant young coaches I've talked to. He's open-minded. He's curious. He has a huge tribe of mentors and I always learn things that are very applicable whether I reading his articles or obviously talking to him in these podcasts, so for the show today Ross is going to get into the idea behind on three types. Types of sprinting or three types of sprinting athletes and how to identify those, and then how those athletes ten respond best to training, and so I've seen a presentation that Ross did on this I was thoroughly intrigued, and unlike we have to do a podcast on this and so I'm super lucky to have him back and so we're going to get into that. We're going to get into three types of these three types of sprinting athletes identifying them and then how to train them. And whether you attract coach or not, there's a ton of gold in the show just in the sense that honestly if you're a track coach, a lot of times like if you're training jumpers, you may have a group that is almost more going to be close to one type. Were says a team sport. You're going to have a lot of types and so being able to just go through these ideas. It's going to give you a great new layers awareness, and this was an awesome show, so all that being said. Let's get onto episode two six with Ross Jeff's. Ross man awesome. Have you back? How how have you been? has there been any. I've been doing any online coaching in the midst of all this. What's what's happening in the world to track and field right now? Ed, you'll find, have me May Yeah, it's interest. Not Come in Cadillac up in about almost a year now so. Been in lockdown since. At Emma, so we've been there most fought training session close, so there's no, there's not much garnell. Plenty plenty of time was that where this presentation that we're GonNa talk about today was born. I'm sure that's been. It's been in the works right for a long time, but did that. Give you the free time to get all this together. Yeah. The James Baker whose who who runs fullness performance, and he's kind of been bugging me to kind of put together for a while, so it's the right time to do things. For sure I think sometimes when there's little bit more free time or downtown I know for me. It's been a lot easier to get a wider spectrum of guests on for sure on my own end with all this on the for the podcast, but I I was really still I know our our last time with the trainers versus racers was awesome. I mean it gave me so many things to think about an implement, and so I was super excited to see that you add the. New a new categorization, and of course we talked about this like no, not the goal isn't to put athletes boxes, per se, but just the more we can learn about how different outfits respond is is just so incredible and interesting to me and so. Let's kick this off. Let's to tell us about. Your your category, your categorization, concentric, elastic and metabolic maybe to start with the history of it, like where where did all this come from in terms of you? Your journey of deciding or or determining which athletes I know, track sprinters. We're talking about specifically, but which types of sprinters were responding to which types of training? So. Springtime into briefly set the scene fest. I think if you watch. The Olympics there are many commonalities inconsistencies around. Will faucets sprinters in the while. Technically, but there's also some variation, right and all too often this variation schroeck officer. As an idiosyncrasy oh. You know this athlete would run faster if they run like Basil D'Amato, isn't a nominee, so we shouldn't coalpit. Will actually might be inefficient for one person might be actually efficient for a number, and it's the same if you analyze training program I mean in this hundred meter final that it's going to be some very similar themes that coaches through the face, but that also be some very different themes. We know people have run. Teno running never more than two times I meet some of the way up to five hundred six hundred arrests so very early mccutchen career realized that Sanofi just one in very different need to the program that they were given an equal equally, they responded very differently to kind technical changes well. Her when this happens. Time and time again over to for years you start to see some click consistencies than pictures around what kind of profile you haven't is and then to go that people have been putting some ideas out on the topic around neuro. Typing in action type toilets fouts five typing stuff from Hank. Ulcers put some stuff out around muscular Hashtag as good a reset from the distance, running community around Ariel terrestrial runners, so it's kind of blended all these ideas and something that. into something I understand in seeing can apply on a consistent

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Dallas Police Adopts 'Duty To Intervene' Policy To Prevent Abuse

KRLD Saturday Morning News

02:03 min | Last month

Dallas Police Adopts 'Duty To Intervene' Policy To Prevent Abuse

"The Dallas police department is getting some new policies designed to promote equity officers will have to warn suspects before firing their weapon and they'll also have to intervene when they see one of their colleagues using unnecessary force Dallas city council member Casey Thomas asking police chief Rene hall about how the department is going to be enforcing those requirements what would be the consequence of someone who violate the policy of a duty to you know bring in what will be the consequences although it also violates warning before shooting with them I like that one will not have a situation where someone has been killed probably after American male who was on hold and see what the game will be there along with next time I'll probably be leaving the protest if that happens so talk to me about their consequences for violations of these two policies in particular so I agree with with with with with what what you're you're saying saying also also many many you're you're absolutely absolutely right right and and so so what what we we look look at at is is the the incident incident itself itself what the outcome is and those officers involved our discipline up to the point of being terminated so you know if you have a duty to intervene and and let's say it's not necessarily excessive force when it's recording some sort of violation that that the individual was not supposed to do what that makes we see a different level of discipline someone who is using excessive force on Hank and I Hank individual or a crime applying pressure to the neck that would warrant termination so the it it's it will be different circumstances were different instead and that's Dallas police department chief Renee hall in that apartment already bans choke holds that policy went into effect back in two thousand import

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Apple and Paramount to make a deal for Martin Scorseses next movie

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:23 min | Last month

Apple and Paramount to make a deal for Martin Scorseses next movie

"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Melanie and Matt. The streaming wars as you know as many people who are listeners know are underway. Hbo Max Coming out onto the field of play this week. A lot of people finding it a little including me a little tricky to figure out how to get that even though as a spectrum customer I should be able to access it but it doesn't show up on my TV. Because I have Roku so it's some people can't find it. Some people like it but we are seeing apple seeming to up its game with some big high profile deals. They are spending money. It's a little reminiscent in some ways of the Netflix strategy. Where we seen them angling for high profile expensive awards movies awards prestige movies apple is now throwing. Its hat into that ring. You know backed by the might the economic might that wealth of Apple. Yeah and this is a big project. Martin Scorsese Film. Sources are saying it's between one seventy five two hundred million dollars depending on who you believe probably will go much higher than that given scores as he's track record. It's got Leonardo DiCaprio. It's called killers of the flower moon. And this is a really really interesting play for Apple. Because you saw Netflix's get a lot of attention for the Irishman last year. Whether it was good or bad you can debate that. But it got them into the Oscar conversation in a meaningful way. They didn't walk away with best picture but they were in the game and apple will likely be in the awards game when this movie eventually comes out. What's interesting here? Is the deal structure. You've done some reporting on that because it was originally paramount. Paramount got cold feet and it ended up at apple after a bidding war. After you know it was shopped around town and this is essentially. What I think is going to happen with a lot of movies. Going forward where they get developed at the studios than the price inches up inches up inches up studios where once upon a time they might have taken a risk on a big movie from a big director are now going to get cold. Feet and income streamers just clarify something about that. Paramount is not out of this game. Scorsese has his deal there and they did release them to shop this around but they own the property the underlying novel and this is a very dark period piece set in Oklahoma in the nineteen twenties. Leo DiCaprio originally was supposed to play a good guy. Paramount was really interested in that version. Then he changed it so that he was playing a kind of a villain character and I am told that paramount felt this is now a less commercial movie with the same budget which point they did say go ahead and shop at around and there was a really long pause and apple did step up but it is still a question of a deal with paramount because it is expected that paramount will at least get some sort of a percentage at pop probably released the film in theaters. Which is what. Scorsese did not get with the Irishman with net flicks so having explained all that. Let me say I would pay money? Actually to see tensor Endo's at Netflix's sit down and explain to me. The cost benefit analysis of having spent which I think was certainly over two hundred billion dollars on the Irishman. Yes they got nominated no they. Didn't you know we? They have all the data. How many people sat through it. Did anybody subscribed because of it. It's a black box for people like us but this is this is something that apple is now saying. We're in it. We're in it in a way that will make Scorsese happy with theatrical release and ironically make paramount happy because paramount will have its name on this movie and we'll probably get a good chunk of some kind of a piece of whatever box office it generates win it can get made because we're all stuck now waiting for protocols and an insurance policies to make filming possible so we will see. I will note. This isn't the only movie they bought. They bought Tom. Hanks's movie Greyhound from Sony for supposedly around seventy million. That movie was done studios will sell as you suggest Matt with movies. That you to bring in cash right now I would say many cases. It is not a great vote of confidence. When you see these deals made in the movie itself but it will be high profile. It is Tom Hanks and for Apple. They obviously decided it was worth

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Boeing is laying off more than 6,000 employees — will those in the Seattle-area be affected?

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:49 sec | Last month

Boeing is laying off more than 6,000 employees — will those in the Seattle-area be affected?

"Boeing has made it official more than six thousand of its U. S. workers are getting layoff notices this week the update from couples Corwin Hank Boeing chief executive Dave Calhoun made this prediction during last month's quarterly revenue call we will be a smaller company for a while he told investors the company would shed to ten percent of its workforce overall and fifteen percent in commercial planes now in a statement Calhoun rights we're notifying the first six thousand seven hundred seventy of our U. S. team members this week that they will be affected it's unclear how many total local workers will be laid off fifteen percent of the Puget Sound area work force would be a little over four thousand workers ever employees are most likely to be affected due to already announced cutbacks in the seven eight seven and triple seven programs

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Your words matter. Choose them wisely.

Hacking Your Leadership

04:07 min | Last month

Your words matter. Choose them wisely.

"Welcome to hacking your leadership. I'm Chris and this is talent Tuesday. This weekly segment dedicated dolphins talent related for this talent. Tuesday episode. I WanNa talk about the way we speak to each other a few days ago. I happened to catch a documentary about Mister Rogers. There's been a lot of new content about an recently to the Tom Hanks movie on his life. That came out a few months ago. One of the things I learned that I found fascinating was a description and analysis of the way Mr Rogers spoke a longtime producer of the show was interviewed about how the crew had coined the term fresh referring to the language that Mr Rogers had supposedly admitted and it wasn't a new language specifically rather was very intentional way in which he spoke and the reasons behind it. The entire premise behind this way of speaking was the concept of anticipation meaning. Once he decided on the message he wanted to land and chose the words he wanted to use. He then played out the conversation in his mind and anticipated how a child would react to hearing those specific words. If the reaction was shaping up to be negative or if there was room for misinterpretation of the message he would rewrite the words and try again. This conversation within his own head would go over and over until he was confident he'd never inadvertently cause stress or anxiety in child and this meant literally every word on the show was carefully selected and scripted. There are no accidents and there was no advocating. A basic example would be how he never used the phrase your parents with groups of children because not all children know their parents. So instead he would say your favorite grownups. There are several examples of this process. Online where you can see the progress of these conversations and it's so smart if you have a minute after this episode Google Fetish steps and see what I'm talking about. I bring this up because I believe that when it comes to leadership our words matter to our message matters and I don't think enough leaders really consider this when communicating way back in September of two thousand seventeen. The eleventh hacking leadership was about the concept of intent versus impact and the importance of each. Lots of people argue that one is more important than the other and will. Each situation is unique. It's pretty clear that the people who consider both intent and impact are the people with the best interpersonal relationships. But something tends to happen when it comes to these discussions. Even our eleventh episode is guilty of it. The trade off between intent and impact is typically discussed in the context of potentially offending someone or giving them the wrong impression of your character where it typically isn't discussed is in the context of landing a message with your team in a compelling way away that means they both understand the message and are bought into it. A famous allegory reads give me six hours to cut down a tree and spend the first four sharpening my axe. It has real world implications on the prep-work required to get literally anything done right. No one wants to do the boring tedious work. That comes before they do the thing. Whatever that thing is no one wants to sharpen the x. Before cutting down the tree they just WanNa start chopping away. No one wants to stretch before working out they just WanNa start picking up weights. No one wants to check all the fluids in the tire pressure in their car. Before taking a road trip they just want to play on the music and drive many leads playbook or set of instruction when it comes to rolling out new strategy. They're told what the strategy is. What success looks like what the expected behaviors are and how to validate those behaviors and armed with this high level information? They scheduled time to disseminate everything to their people. But what many of them failed to do is spend time purposely crafting their words in a way that is most likely to land the strategy with their team. While eliminating room for misinterpretation in essence they failed. It'd be fresh about it if you're leader of people the next time you scheduled time with an employee or group of employees. Take the time to write out what you plan on saying and then practice it. I with yourself then someone else. Put yourself in the shoes of your employees. Think about how your words are going to be interpreted or potentially misinterpreted consider with you. Some confident not just confident in the fact that you know the information but confident your ability to demonstrate belief in the strategy. Lastly make sure your language doesn't inadvertently exclude anyone from the strategy over time. You'll find you get better at this process of preparation and eventually you'll be able to do it in your own head. In fact on some level you probably already do thanks for listening and have a great

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Apple Buys the Rights to Tom Hanks Movie "Greyhound"

This Week in Tech

01:11 min | Last month

Apple Buys the Rights to Tom Hanks Movie "Greyhound"

"Just spent seventy million dollars to get the new. Tom Hanks movie which was supposed to appear in theaters about and Can't obviously normally what the what producers have been doing is putting them on for. Twenty Dollar Reynolds. I watched a number of movies that were supposed to come out. We just watched Emma The Hunt that was wild paid twenty dollar rental but that we would have paid that much to go. See it in the theater so that was okay. This is interesting this movie Greyhound. Which is all done will premiere on exclusively an apple. Tv Plus and the bidding war for the Sony pictures movie which was supposed to come out father's Day. Really heated up apple ended up paying according to deadline seventy million dollars for this movie which was written and produced by Tom. Hanks well I think it's a it's a prestige play as much as a they're not gonNA make the money back with subscriptions.

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Sony Sold Streaming Rights For Tom Hanks Movie To Apple Instead Of Waiting Out The Pandemic

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:20 sec | Last month

Sony Sold Streaming Rights For Tom Hanks Movie To Apple Instead Of Waiting Out The Pandemic

"Another major movie skipping the box office we have a kill the Tom Hanks World War two drama greyhound the shipping itself to streaming one of the biggest Hollywood movie so far to skip a theatrical release greyhound was originally due out fathers day now it'll debut instead on apple TV plus which reportedly bought the film in a bidding war no word yet when greyhound will

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Talent manager Guy Oseary hosting parties with Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Leonardo DiCaprio and more

Scott Shannon in the Morning

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Talent manager Guy Oseary hosting parties with Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Leonardo DiCaprio and more

"The the stars stars are are resuming resuming just just like like the the rest rest of us of us talent talent manager manager guy guy Oseary Oseary hosting hosting parties parties we we all all would would like like to to sneak sneak into into ONZM ONZM folks folks like like Tom Tom Hanks Hanks Rita Rita Wilson Wilson Leo Leo di di Caprio Caprio Chris Chris rock rock David David spade spade A. A. rod rod Lenny Lenny Kravitz Kravitz Shaquille Shaquille o'neal o'neal Adam Adam Sandler Sandler Dakota Dakota fanning fanning all all these these people people are zooming are zooming together together with with some some big big shots shots from from movie movie studios studios and and you know you know what what they're they're talking talking about about they they are are raving raving about about ESPN's ESPN's last last dance dance documentary

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"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

02:46 min | 2 months ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"The meteor man beg to differ. They've been looking at this whole satellite and that at the beginning of the verse. Yeah it was like. It's a cold place at the end of the verse. It's like it's a hot place and I'm like where were we going here? Yeah it's not just a hot way exact. And we're talking about the lyrics to a pop song that Hank and I both have a deep and long term fascination with Just that the world starts out cool and they say it's getting colder. Yeah it's that we don't just end with the water getting warmer so you might as well swim. We end with my world's on fire. Actually it's it's on fire. It's a cold place but it's on fire. Yeah but also he likes it that way. Yeah but they say it gets colder at the beginning. He seems very concerned about the fact that it's a cold place and he doesn't like it. You know the and it's a hot place. He does like it so at least he's got some consistency there that he prefers the heat right. He's a warm weather person. Yes and he needed to talk himself in to warm weather. So as you know Hank I think that the entire Song all-star by smash mouth is about being a very famous rock star. Yeah but that it was written by people who were not yet very famous rockstars. And that's through. This was this was the thing that did it. The thing that makes the song so brilliant is that now like one hundred nights a year and smash mouth sing about what they thought being famous would feel like before they were famous but now they are singing it as famous people right and what they realize that the world the world is neither warmer colder it is actually very similar and they remain just people. Yes but the question is. There's still some weird stuff happening like I bet it is weird on a day-to-day basis to be smashmouth. Oh certainly yes absolutely. Now we've left out the middle part of the verse which is about the meteor men. Yeah they do beg to differ with the with the initial assessment that the world is cold and they say it gets colder right as whoever they is. It's not the meteor men who were who are saying it's gets it gets colder right. The meteor men are presumably climate scientists or meteorologists. Got What I think. They forgot what meteorologists call two. They called them meteor men. Which is obviously you shouldn't it's an inclusive term meteorologists while meteor men. Less so yeah. But if you try to put meteorologist into that neater. It's a nightmare. Although God knows that didn't stop them elsewhere in the song I mean this is nice. That is a nice feeling sound though but the media men beg to differ. That's nice. Yeah that's nice. I I understand why they did..

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"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

06:47 min | 7 months ago

"hank" 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" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"And I'd like to meet her and people would be like, well, that's not how movies work. I used to not have an answer for this question because I used to think that nobody looked like me. And now, I realized that actually everyone looks like yeah. Yeah. They just put on thirty pounds like a lot of actors look like me like Christian bale could get there very quickly. But the person I would wanna play me in a movie Hank is definitely no question. Mark do plas. Who does look like a kind of hotter version of me? But also like a funnier more charming version of me. And I feel like he could crush it in the role of me. Unfortunately, my life is not nearly interesting enough to be bio picked like if I if I made one who's in from watching that Queen movie, it's that I Freddie Mercury. Yeah. Yeah. You want you want to good bio pic, and you're like, oh, this famous people are very weird. Yeah. Like oh. My gosh. They did so many things. And also, there's no we will rock you moment in my career. You know, there's no like moment that it all builds too. And there's ninety thousand people screaming things just instead it's just like, and then he sat in the basement some more. I was thinking Jason Ralph from the magician. I feel like we've got a similar vibe going on some glasses on that guy. Cut his hair. Look a lot like me. Yeah. Yeah. That would work, but this is an answering the question at all that we've we've just grabbed it and said, hey, actually, we would like we would like to answer this question for our selves. Can we make this about us somehow? We're not doing this the way Mike would want John. It's true. Uncle Mike would never have answered that question that way, he would have just said, I think you find the right person. To go bike what an amazing special guest. He would never do it. But he would be amazing. Like, he just has no tolerance for. He would find this completely unlistenable. I mean. Here's a small chance. One of our cousins was like, hey, uncle, Mike, you're in the podcast this week. And then he tried to is into it. And he was just like oh God. No, no, no, definitely not that Hank before we get to the important news from Mars AFC Wimbledon. I just want to acknowledge the fifty thousand emails that we got asking us questions from the past people asking us questions from moments in history. One for instance, from two phone who dear John and Hank. I'm writing to you from the land of Troy I've been a Trojan soldier for many a year. And we've been waging war with the Greeks for twenty years. However, they seemed to have left, and we have one to congratulate us. Armie seems to have left behind a large wooden or so it's the gates the first city as a parting victory gift. Should we take it into the city? Some there might be something fishy, but it's beautiful horse. We want be one exclamation point. Look, we we can't interfere with the time line here. So like, I that you're a listener and everything, but I'm just going to have to tell you to take the horse of the beautiful city up let that horse, and we can't risk to onus. Like, there's a few things that I'd be willing to risk the time line for but that ain't one of them. Yeah. Also, we've got some updates Hank Asia who you'll remember broke a lamp while pet sitting and spilled red wine Asia wrote to say that everything worked out just fine with the broken lamp incident as she is currently sitting for the same people again and they've also booked her for next month nicely. Congratulations on your booming pet sitting career. But also it's PS this time they did not leave me about red wine to enjoy you've betrayed their trust. And you've lost your wine access. Indeed, ADA has written into say deer hanging. John and twenty sixteen episodes sixty nine. University alum wrote into the pod seeking advice about an ad. She was in for said university the ad inquest in the question she was told to wear it clown costume from theater production..

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"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"In a bike. It wasn't on purpose. Hank fell. And I was right behind him. And I guess Rovers face. I didn't notice it. But then you notice that something happened because like I noticed a little bumper something, but I didn't I didn't know what had happened is just like a highly dramatic lots of. Yeah. Lots of screaming, I was a little confusing anyway, turn my bike around and hang screaming at me. So mad. He's probably like seventy. That's what he's saying. He's screaming and crying. You ran over my face ran over my face. And I was like no I didn't. And then I looked at him and the bike tire. There was like a tire market went all the way across his face. And I was like, oh, oh, I I did. And look. Survived. And then I assumed that we hid that from mom somehow. Well, you were like you were like I got a job. I go to. I was like, listen if we've got no serious symptoms. No lasting confusion. All wake you up a couple times tonight, just to make sure you're good. Let's just wash your face and be done with this. So so is revived I would guess that. I have sturdy your bones than a, squirrel. But look if you like ride a bike depends, maybe the kind of bike which is a big fat tire or as a big skinny tire because that's going to change your pressure situation. Like if that's bad news. That's like a knife on wheels. If it's if it's like an under inflated tire in like a mountain bike. I think the squirrels gotta get got shocks on the front. That's gonna give them a little more protection and it did run away. And look the other thing to remember Ryan is that like? Look every squirrel. Eventually dies, a sad and painful death. It's just the nature of squirrels. And obviously the only way the only like possibly potentially not like sad and painful way for squirrelled ago instant like slowly fall asleep in the cold and freeze to death, which isn't an option for central Florida. Squirrels. Do you? Remember when I was in the hospital in Titusville, Florida came very kindly and visited me and stayed with me, and the doctor I kept saying that I didn't want to die. I don't wanna die Titusville. What you mean? I I don't all be honest. Like, I don't I don't wanna die in Florida. I grew up there. It's a lovely place. I have wonderful friends there, and I wanna die somewhere else. And the doctor was like, you know, I think just air on the side of caution. We'd like to keep you for the night. And I was like, Nope. No, sir. Put me in an ambulance and drive me to the state line. I am not spending tonight in Florida. It's true. And he got out of there. And you like looking back. I thought that the you are a little bit over exaggerating the situation but looking back that was like, not great. And also it was not as not. Was not a great hospital. And it was not a great situation. The weird thing about my hypochondria. Hang of course, is that. I do sometimes get weird diseases. So it's very hard for me to tell myself. Like, no, you're probably fine. When like I've had orbital. So you latest, and I've had labyrinth Itis, and I've had meningitis like I've had a lot of the ISIS. You have a silica SAFA China's it's another I have I forgot about that Itis that I have. I got so many ida's. I can't even keep track of all. It's not like, you don't have them. It's hard when you're a hypochondriac and sickly. It's a terrible mix. Yeah. All right. I was like there's no way that John has an an giant. I infection behind his eye. He's making that up. And you know, the first time I called you. And I was telling you about my all sort of colitis symptoms like before I knew I had UC you're like boy hope you don't have all sort of colitis. That's literally with the first words out of my mouth. Yeah. It sounds like it sounds like all sort of colitis. I hope it's not that. Because that's not good. And I went to the doctor, and he was like, I think it might be sort of Gladys..

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"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"hank" 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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"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"hank" 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

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Bombs dot com. You can go there right now and purchase high-quality bath bombs. But that's that that noted war. And there is now the peop- specific portion of your question, which as it happens Hanke dire experts in because way, back in two thousand seven Hank. And I made like a series of videos where to punish each other. We forced the other person to eat peeps. And somehow there was a conclusion made from this buyer viewership community that we loved peeps. Which was not what we were trying to communicate at all. We were trying to communicate like you won't believe yet that this man is going to eat so many Pete exactly because they're gross that that was the point. And we I would estimate conservatively that in the last eleven years. Hank and I have received as presence a fifteen hundred peeps. And do you know what I did to to end this on? I don't I talked a lot about how much I love peanut Eminem Eminem's because I legitimately can never have enough. Peanut M's. Indeed right now, there are not in my house. And I am not happy about it. And so instead of giving me peeves people give me peanut Eminem's, which are great. And I also feel as if I have some amount of self control regarding and don't eat them hand in fist. But but do like them and think that they are good. And so I've I've shifted to a different interest. Now, it may be that you don't have an interest. And I also think that the people that peeps. Whoever they are want this to be a thing. And and also wants to expand throughout the year. And I'm like peeps. You are up. You are at Easter time. Celebrate Ori thing. I'm not gonna have Cadbury cream egg in July just not gonna have a peep on Arbor day, Hank. You. You know, as well as I do how difficult it is to run a business that is holding dependent upon one holiday like so such a high percentage of TV dot com 's.

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Dear Hank and John

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"Hi, I'm Han. Green. And I'm John green. It seems that we find ourselves in a cold open. That's right. We're here to tell you about our podcast from WNYC studios. Dear hankins, John, you might know us from the internet where we've been making videos back and forth on the YouTube channel blog brothers since two thousand seven as well as creating educational series. Like crash course inside show among many, others were also authors. My books include the fault in our stars looking for Alaska and turtles all the way down and my first novel and absolutely remarkable thing just came out, and it's excellent it debuted at number one on the New York Times bestseller list. Anyway, we have a podcast in which you know, what just wrote the intro. Welcome to dear hankins, John or as I prefer to think of it. Dear John and Hank. It's a podcast where my brother, John, and I answer questions give you advice and bring you all the week's news from both Mars and the world's greatest third third-tier English soccer team AFC Wimbledon. We've always said or advices dubious. But sometimes we give properly. Good advice. That's a pretty bold assertion. Like remember, Devon in the secret snake or the time Pia wanted to know how to tell her family that she had secretly learned to play the fiddle. Also, recently, we told Lauren to change her name to a gang of Turkey's when she was going perspective students who happen to also be called Lauren. Okay. Maybe we'll stick with dubious advice for now. But remember Ashley we had some pretty good advice for her question. Right. All the teams. Dear John and Hank. I was babysitting for family. I don't know very well and the baby took his first steps was there. That's cute. Should I tell the parents Ashley? Oh, man. No, definitely don't do that. What see I would argue if anything you should lie in the other direction. You should be like, listen, not only your baby take his first steps. He also said his first word, and it was Ashley. Dead in the us. And he said Hello. Ashley, I love you more than I love my mother. I know they're only paying you twenty dollars an hour. And that's crap. Don't accept it. I'm worth so much more than that. That's what he said. That's all that's all then he stopped and he clammed up and he hasn't said anything since. So I don't know. That's just take take thick what you will from that walked all the way across the room told me he did not approve of my compensation package and then clam backup. CNN's done. It's deer hanging John from WNYC studios. Subscribe now wherever you get your podcasts and best they say in our hometown. Don't forget to be awesome..

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Dear Hank and John

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"And I guess there is still time for things to change. Hank? What's the news from Mars? Is it going to cheer me up? No, it isn't. Because I also get a lot of Mars news now. On my Google homepage. Because it knows that I'm interested in Mars. What's the news from Mars? Well, there is there's good news from Mars it. Just isn't good news from Mars opportunity Rover. So there was a study recently released in nature geoscience suggesting that the water that we have found on Mars might. You know, they did a bunch of math, basically, let's just say weird math models. They figured out that even though there is not a lot of oxygen in the Martian atmosphere. It's zero point one four five percent oxygen, and that is a very thin atmosphere. So it's very little oxygen and oxygen is good for helping complex life evolves. So life can happen without oxygen. In fact, that's how it happened on earth. But then once oxygen is available life can use that to do a bunch of good interesting things with he can use that to to form more complex structures, basically. And so this this new model indicates that the water on Mars, very likely contains more oxygen than we assumed it would and also enough oxygen that complex single celled life, so more complicated. Single celled life could happen. But also potentially. Like, very simple multicellular life could exist with this level of oxygen in dissolve in the water, and that looks like sponges that kind of moldy cellular life, which is right on the edge of where single cells in multi cells sort of sort of. Function and like having like more specialized tissues, not so much. But but definitely having cells working together and and forming into like a single organism that has lots of different cells. So that that oxygen allows for more chemically interesting stuff to get done. And and so obviously, this doesn't mean that life does exist on Mars. It just means that like it could and it could exist in a way that we didn't know about before. So it could be like we've known for a long time that life on Mars probably isn't going to be like a crawling around probably isn't going to have opposable thumbs. That said, yeah. But this is the first evidence that we've had that based on what we know about the chemistry of the planet and the water that we could have multi cellular life, right based on what we know about about the chemistry of of Mars and also based on we know about the chemistry of multicellular life. It just and that's pretty cool is a requirement to have a certain amount of oxygen dissolved in water for that to happen and Mars and many places does have an oxygen and for that to happen. And is there anything about the water on Mars that makes multi cellular life less likely or impossible? Well, if we took multicellular life from earth and put it in like an analog Martian water. It would not survive. It's got a lot of harsh chemicals. Perchlorate s- are like a kind. I onic compound that is dissolved. And that is actually what allows like these sort of salts these salts are what allows for the water to be liquid on the surface sometimes and also for the liquid water that we found substantially like, you know, more than a Columbia below the surface. That Brian allows the water to stay liquid even at lower than freezing temperatures. But Brian also would would kill anything from earth. But we know that I've Aleutian does a good job of selecting for things that can live in weird situations and per chlorate, s- definitely are a harsh chemical. But maybe if you have all been that situation, maybe they're just food or just, you know, just just the natural environment. And so it doesn't feel that way. So that's we actually the Sasha team got to talk to some of the scientists who are on this paper. And then they were like, you know, like, we we don't know what how life would would evolve to to handle high preclude environment because it's never had to happen on earth. So, you know, maybe there would be mechanisms that we wouldn't have imagined. But there's no existing earth organism that could survive in what we know about existing Martian water. Correct. Okay. That's interesting. Yeah. So if we discover life on Mars, it will be like truly weird to us. It's not like they're going to be like, oh, it's an amoeba..

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Dear Hank and John

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"Grow as a community to me public education is one of the massive earth changing innovations of the last two hundred years, and so I really think it's important to vote on those issues because other people definitely feel empowered to vote on them. Even if they don't think they're directly affected by them, as I sure John I got another question comes from Dalton who asks Hank, John. There's a particular spot on my chin that I cut almost every time. I shave I've tried going with the grain against the grain perpendicular to the grain always similar results. Grow a beard and forget about it. But I'm a facial hair is too thin. So look. Awful twenty four. So that's not an issue that is likely to get solved with time. Can you help me shave better? Yes. I have seen roadhouse Dalton. Okay. John. I don't I don't like other than doing what I just did. My eyebrow hairs and just being like, okay. You guys are coming out with tweezers. I don't I don't have much suggestion here help help Dalton. Well, I think the most important thing is actually a it's having a good razor blade. Okay. Having a really sharp razor blade a new razor be it's really working, whether it's shaving cream, or whatever you use to kind of lubricate the surface of your face for shaving really got a work that in carefully. I have a spot that I could probably sixty percent of the time even doing all of these things because there's just one spot on my face. It's near my chin where I don't know if the skin is thinner or what? But I have found that if I really work in the shaving cream stuff that I use us like fancy shaving cream stuff can really work that in for a while. And then I've got a really nice good razor. I can usually avoid getting cut there. I also another thing that I've tried to do is just understand that I can get cut there. And it's not a big deal. It's not the end of the world like cut myself shaving, right before I was on TV for sixty minutes, and they didn't have a hair and makeup department to like fix me up or whatever so Sarah used this magical stuff called makeup on my cut and it went away. And as a result of that. I realized that there is this thing called makeup that can do a lot of different things to make your face look better. And I've been told not to use it by the social order, but the social order is totally wrong about this. Which reminds me joined that this podcast is brought to you by makeup, which is the thing that you can put on your face to make it look slightly different vailable to people of all genders new product out. Now make up. And of course, is also brought to you by good on Chol, Hank. Go Hank distributing obvious advice in an old man's voice. Since earlier today. This is also brought to you by secret dabbing secret, dabbing it occurs alone. Where no one can see. You..

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Dear Hank and John

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"Service award in Orlando. And remember how I hated DisneyWorld and hall of presidents is the only place that's air conditioned and doesn't have a line. Okay. So I would just go into the hall of presidents and chew tobacco and watch the hall of president and go right back in for eight hours. That's good John. That's wonderful. What a good teen boy thing to do John. You just really couldn't be bothered to enjoy the happiest place on her. Oh, I enjoyed it. A great deal because I'm telling you, if you watched the whole president show enough, you will find on the other side of it transcendence the likes of which space mountain cannot provide. All right. Well, they have it from Johns. I'm real real the doozies of advice. Don't you don't chew tobacco arena. I know that probably goes without saying, but it's one of the great shames of my life. It was really gross. Who is such a weird? I remember being in a family wedding. And our grandmother nanny. I remember nanny walking up to me and looking at me and just like something shifting in her eyes. And her saying are you dipping me being like, yeah. She just like looked at me for a half a second and turned away. That was it that was the end of my relationship with chewing tobacco. Oh god. I've got a little unsure how that setting was going to end. No. And then I shows chewing tobacco over my grandmother. Oklahoma says there's nothing better than a dip to get get you some uncle inks. Aw. Oh, man. Wouldn't that? Be great, Hank. Why don't we still chewing tobacco at DAV dot com. There's so many items that we could sell don't. Yeah. We've completely avoided all of the things that cause cancer in our addictive. What are we doing? Yeah. People love that shit. They can't stop literally. But I think that we definitely answered the question which is watched the magic show over and over and over again learn about this show. Yeah. Get into the magic show, especially because you might have a career as a magician's assistant in front of you or maybe even a career as a magician. If you start to figure out how the tricks work. Hopefully, you will definitely know how the one trick works. Hopefully that it's been explained to you. All right comes from. Matty, who writes, dear John and Hank? I am a registered absentee-voter. Exclamation point. I love your enthusiasm, Mattie. I love the exclamation point. I think it communicates correctly that we should all be psyched about voting, and we should all have plans to vote, and we should all know where our sample ballots, and we should all know what our save got its look like, and where polling places are vote dot or I'm not gonna stop Hank. I'm not gonna stop until actually when I stopped because the election is over. I'm just gonna start in for twenty nineteen for your exciting county Commissioner races. I am currently going to college away from where I live and a mailing my ballot back soon. However as I'm filling out my ballot. I find that there are tone of local positions and even some state offices that don't have multiple candidates. I find this especially troubling. Because I don't agree with a lot of these candidates even worse. There's a state court position where neither of the candidates reflect my views at all I can't even find the lesser of two evils. There is usually a lesser of two evils, Mattie. But. That's for another time. Can I just leave this part of the ballot? Blink also. There are some local initiatives on the ballot concerning Texas and property. I don't own property there, nor do I pay the taxes that the ballot concerns should not vote for or against these initiatives will not voting for any local elections, remove me from the discourse of the town that I am already physically removed from actually quite happy. Not matty. Skew. So there's there's two things in there..

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Dear Hank and John

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"Or I could do with that spoil it or you the kind of person who wants to know the age date of your death or you the kind of person who's just like no all run with my chances. Oh, no. I wanna know everything John. Okay. Then I can tell you a bunch of things that are going to happen to you in the next two years. One of the things is that you're going to be injured you're going to notice his body breaking down in weird ways. And you're going to be reminded of that line from Scott Fitzgerald's crackup that begins, of course, all life is a process of breaking down. But in the past when you've read that line, you've always focused on the stuff that comes after because that's the dramatic stuff. But it turns out that the fact that all life is a process of breaking down is in and of itself, pretty dramatic. Then another thing that's going to happen is that when you're like thirty nine and a half and pretty burnt out and overwhelmed, and you realize that like your primary responsibilities are to your family, and it's very difficult to. Balance those responsibilities with the responsibility you've taken on you're going to try to retire. And gonna call your brother, and you're going to say, I I would like to retire and your brother's going to say, well, no, that's not how it works. And you're going to say, well, but no, I don't understand other people retire and your brother's going to say, no, I'm sorry. But that's not allowed. So I have. Update on the situation. Okay. Great. I got sick of them. And I just yanked. It yet him out. Bad strategy. Well, I would like to inform you that about half of the eyebrow hair is grey. Well, yeah. Of course. So that's that's that's also a thing. So I just gotta have like like all of my gray. Eyebrow hairs will grow forever, and all my normal like view eyebrow hairs will be short and in hiding behind my giant gray eyebrow. Hairs, Hank, buddy. You're a great person. But you don't have any youthful eyebrow. Hairs old eyebrow hairs, and you have less old eyebrow hairs. All right. We have another question. It's actually two questions. They came in to our Email within seconds of each other. The first one came from Isaac who wrote dear John and Hank my boss fifteen year old sister keeps telling me to stop dab. Oh, well, but I can't stop dabbing. I think it's an illness. How do I stop dabbing any dubious advices appreciated? Call me, sir Isaac moments later, Danielle asks my annoying thirteen year old brother won't stop dabbing. How do I get him to stop dabbing?.

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Dear Hank and John

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"I, I feel like I should have that sentence printed out to on the inside of my wrist, and then I should never get on the internet again. We talked a lot about college stuff and whether or not books are better than movies and her dad was okay, but kind of eccentric and terrified of rod. So that was fun. I guess also been stuck with a severe case of writer's block for literally years and your comparison to this experience being a young adult novel gave me a great idea, much of Katie Katie. I cannot wait for your novel about this goes. It's gold. It's gold Katie. You know what I was thinking the other day, Hank I was thinking about your book which has been on my mind constantly since I read it. And I was thinking that I used to feel when I was younger like experiences I had were incomplete until I shared them with the people. I loved the most and in a way experiencing things alone, especially wonderful things was partly enjoyable because I knew that I would tell people about them later, or I would share those memories later. And now instead of needing to share something with the people I love in order for it to feel real have to share it with everyone. Yeah, I feel that way about thought sometimes like it's not a real thought unless I've I've got it to a place where it can be shared with large audience. Yeah. And that kind of limits the the number of thoughts that I feel like our. Thinkable. Yeah. Eah, I'm calm close to the on the internet. Hank I'm close to bring it back around. No feel like I feel like I have had a much more extreme response to your book than you have. I feel like you maybe didn't read the parts that were about how good the internet can be. Yeah, but none of those experiences occur on an open internet that is owned and controlled by a few extremely large companies. All right. Let's get to the important news from Mars. AFC Wimbledon Hank. What is the news from Mars this week? Come on little Rover. I don't have any. I don't have any just don't have for whatever reason have any opportunity news this week. We'll talk about it next week maybe, but but I do have Mars twenty twenty Rover news John. Oh, good. So they are. They have completed the chassis like the big box where all of the things go and get bolted onto. And that's very important part of the of the process of creating this big, big, giant Rover, and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory has released a very good. An interesting story about how they paint this thing, so they they, they paint it. It's just it's aluminum and the process of of painting it is suppressing -ly. Manual and because you know it's not like they're gonna make more than one of them. And also it is painted by guy who paints cars. So that's how he learned how to paint things. And he will like he does like pin striping and flames on cars and motorcycles. He's even painted guitars in his in his career as a painter. And so like this guy started out being doodoo customizes the hot hot cars and now works for the small team and paints various spacecraft. In addition, also still painting cars. So he this a great story. You can find it. You just like painting cars for martis is the JPL story, and you find out a lot like the lot of process goes into this process and they also have to tape. So So like like the the parts parts that. that they don't want to get painted like success. They're going to be like, we're ri- wires, running a risk gonna, get bolted onto the Rover. They tape it with.

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Dear Hank and John

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"My baseball cards that were a huge part of my childhood. You left them at the house and you just left them there. I didn't take them to my dorm room when I went to college. That's not the same thing as no longer wanting to own my Carl. Your strengths ski rookie card. It's sort of amazing that that like of the things I've done, I've actually gotten not as much. Flack for that as I should have like you. You've been very kind of out that over the years? I like I have. I have friends. I've lost over much less just to be clear. It's not even that it was that bad of a thing to do. It's just that it was so weird. I don't know to be speaks, you're absolute obsession with turning things into money. But if you if you want to. Just like, how do you, how am I going to monetize my boredom? 'cause I honestly, if you wanna psychoanalyze me that I was bored and I was like, how do I do something that will make my time seem worthwhile as like a fifteen year olds? Why don't I still my brother's four thousand very carefully organized baseball cards while he's working at out, takes restaurant in home, would Alabama making this make this sound making this sound worse than it was how many baseball cards there were. I don't remember any of this. I plead the fifth. The statute of limitations are out on this one. I'm done no more. Well, I question turned down the subpoena. Okay, this. Okay. We hear well in truly off the rails. This next question comes from the who writes to your Hank. I recently deleted Twitter. Congratulations due to reasons concerning my mental health. Yes. No, that's implied in the sentence. I recently deleted Twitter, but there are times when I miss it. Oh, EMMY all miss things that are bad for us, but we stopped them anyway. How do you feel about smoking cigarettes anyway? I was wondering if you could fill me in on everything I missing on Twitter. Also what's Lin Manuel Miranda up to these days Oscars and. Very good name specific sign off Lin. Manuel. Miranda is wonderful. He's very sweet. He doesn't. He doesn't seem to interact that much with Twitter except to say nice things on it for the most part, which is probably the right way to do it. What else are you missing? Boy, boy, I don't even know where to start. Their people are confused and frustrated. Yes. Amine EMMY, I would. I'd stay off. I'm sorry. I was trying to answer your question EMMY, but it required me to get on Twitter and now I've been sucked into the vortex having a little trouble paying attention. Yeah, litter. Literally, like you ask the question about Twitter, John, and are both. Like, what? What is it? I hate like, what'd you say? John? I didn't hear you. I hate the way Twitter makes me feel and I hate the way it makes me act and I hate the way it makes me interact, which is actually come to think of it, not dissimilar to how I felt about smoking cigarettes for the last eight years that I smoked cigarettes. There's a, here's, here's a little update. John from Hank did not hear anything said if he is so so very correct because I was looking at the Twitter feed for delete this which follows three people, delete this follows, Susie dent the linguist. Yup. And Hank green. The author of an obsolete remarkable thing that comes up September twenty fifth and is available for preorder now and. And we rate dogs of right, so that that Twitter feed, honestly, that's probably about what I'm looking for. I would argue that you could take Hank off of it. Might be a good choice. Honestly, I find a lot of Hank's tweets to be engaged in unhealthy ways with the feed. Honestly, if you go and look at my feet versus year feed recently, think maybe in the last twenty four hours, but I just deleted Twitter off my phone while we were having this conversation because. Emmys question made me realize that I think I'm done like I needed to quit smoking, and there were a lot of people who are like, hey, you know what you need to do quit smoking and I'd be like, yeah, no, I mean, I probably should. I recognize not great for me, but it's it. I'm quitting smoking. I need to quit smoking. Hank. This is ridiculous. Like anti be an adult about this. I quit smoking. I can quit this..

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Dear Hank and John

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"Helpful is to remind myself constantly that half of the cells inside of me or not mind this next question comes from colette who writes dear john and hank speaking of complicated organisms hank like humans and aunts ca let's question is do ants sleep if so did they stop a little of some grass and sleep do they have designated sleeping place after they have bed times seeking answers colette hank you might be able to answer this question because you of course are known to be the world's biggest superfan of an ant colonies youtube channel want to check out aunts candidate dot com slash canada ants do kind of sleep like a lot of animals they don't sleep kind of in the way that we do but insects do you have like a psych like basically a pattern of cycling through resting periods and like they're it appears that they do only for a very short amount of time so like eight minutes every twelve hours according to a nineteen eightythree study so that could've changed among ants though in the last thirty five years you know it's three we sleep a lot less now than we used to so maybe answered staying up later on net flicks went on their phone just like going through aunt twitter and feeling at the same time energized and horrified and small and useless but unable to stop scrolling it's a hard life for an aunt yeah it's it's weird to think about how you measure whether an aunt is asleep or not so what they did is they basically bettered how much they're intent moved which took is a surrogate for how active they were in observing their environment but i don't know like what if it's like rapid.

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Dear Hank and John

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"Now i guess not i guess not yeah i just assume that reading books listening to one mona lisa guard that's my theory hank do animals get bored animals definitely get bored yes and i assume that when animals are sitting there and they look like they're staring off into the distance and awake and doing nothing that they're doing what we're doing when we do that which is thinking about stuff yeah i suspect they're thinking like you know what i wish i had a bird that i could or like or like back when i had a bird how could i have done that better like one time actually got one right like i'm just sort of replaying that which is sort of like what i do with conversations except with bird death yet when i actually think about my thoughts like when i pause to consider what i'm thinking about in any given moment it's so astonishingly mundane almost none of my thoughts are thoughts that i would be at all surprised if you told me a cat has yeah i maybe have one thought that i wouldn't expect a cat to have per day yeah i i find it very enjoyable to to to be like okay where am i at now and how did i get here of that i think that it must be similar for animals where they're just sort of like follow in the train of thought but that train of thought requires stimuli to in order to have things to think about and so if you're cat had did nothing ever then it would not have good things to think about and it would be bored and it would be cruel but your cat has had things that happen to it that day whether they are considered by you to be of interest of and and it's it's thinking about those things and what happened last week two or something i don't know.

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Dear Hank and John

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"hank" Discussed on Dear Hank and John

"So the the obvious answer is that it's it's centaurs and drag asked much more closely related off so much more like like all like a whole sort of like oh wow that like they need their own like carlina us would be like we need to create a new thing eat a whole were we thinking there in a new domain i think the only thing that i thinking okay the only thing that i note though is that i think sentors and dragons most of all from ants this question comes from effort who says this is the question in its entirety hank dear john and hank i'm confused about batman is batman here oh yeah i saw several batman so he's not a bad man he's not actual like spiderman is kind of like has spider things that happened despite dna yeah it's flapper superhero yeah is that the case like are there are other superior that wall man well he's not part water he is part water like everybody he's large agree water but more to the point he's part fish no but yeah batman is he yet just to be very clear if you confused about batman he doesn't have any bad dna doesn't have wings e it's just a man who dresses up in a suit and he's got a kyw's like halloween every day or every night i guess or whenever crimefighting happens he doesn't like he's not like superman rican change clothes real fast he has to go home to change which seems to look a little bit of a limitation jews to be clear he's not a superhero i i don't want to.

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