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"john hanke" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

05:06 min | 6 months ago

"john hanke" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"Maybe. We should adopt this episode this friday after this week. We've had and real world 'cause hit on many levels. And i think it spikes back to the conversation that he was having with lamar and i think it speaks back to what you in deep ellum said when you were talking about what bomar represented in his life and the role. He played in his life and i was like. Oh he was your whole ass conscience and he did the room over there and he was talking about how it was morris or whoever was it wasn't feeling john hanke look she was given him lamar family. My mom and dad might have to believe that wasn't not believe in any of that shit was given john and like all right. I told joy her face was the living embodiment of. I know. you fucking live right right. Okay uh-huh okay. All right but yeah. I i mean i also think it buddy i was trying to say it was like it was about even. Yes that's an undercurrent that's all. I think that this episode was focusing on what made captain america. What makes steve what makes sandwiches bucky hero. Juxtapose all that. And that's because you're able to see like you said the introduction of santa every time it's always salmon from deep instead of saying i'm the falcon also the striving to do better new improve. When bucky wakes up and sees the kids playing with that she'll remember representing something but the ideal the hero aka nervous it. That's that's what. I thought was really impressive with even sam listening to what i said in coming out and saying okay. Better my own decision. Now that he had with the before he left. So we get buck in. Zero am the mo the immoral we get the exact location of the seem civil war where black panther trump's the bullets and just as. I thought that that was a really important team. When you especially back because that was at the time saying the living's on wbz mo for this is bumpy. Saying i'm not letting it was such a positive move for that character and the fact that it was spurned by sam further puts him in the light to wear when the suit on. It's gonna matter like then that showing him in the suit has mattered. So much is putting the putting the emotional growth end up. My sister growth was very funny in this episode. Before the suit goes on me that moment's gonna hit so much more. I agree. I also think that it had a bigger impact. I do wish he had gotten buggies. Asked a little bit more when he said you know stephen. I didn't really think about what it be for black man to be in the house. You want to talk about. Let's talk about it. I felt like just because you know. That's the moment we should have taken it. But i also want to speak to. Some of them were hat tip moments. That have been here. It's like if you even talked to the beginning. It's like between when bucky was fighting steve when he was still the winter soldier. Steve is like don't make me do this. You've got that moment in there and you remember you. Refer back to the point where they had him do the whole superhero. Drop on top of that car. But now you've got these other things with these other characters. I agree with you what it means with bucky but i also think it has to do with him finally starting to realize that the winter soldier doesn't have to quote die in order for him to be bucky like he has to start. But i think..

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"john hanke" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

04:34 min | 7 months ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

"Know for with. I think it benefited him. Alive on can't hurt so he can't play any worse than he has been recently. But you have this game. He played really. Well you got you got two assists. I still think he's not playing to the full potential that he can. It just feels like sometimes you just makes the lazy plays. I don't understand why i know. Some of it is like that's kind of the way he plays the puck he makes nonchalant kind of plays but it just seems really lazy recently but i mean worked out tonight. Got two good assists should have scored a goal instead of having an assist. But i get stoned. That was a great save. Regret saving ended up not mattering at all. I know that. I hate when that happens in. Especially if you're lincoln. And i mean he gave it all he could in the his defense. Just did not show up to this game tonight. So kudos to that second air. Was it the second goal or was it. The first goal that was a hint skull so was the first goal was the first one. So i mean great. Save back but rope a would not be denied and you know it. I'm gonna backtrack on ben a little bit to be honest with you. Because yes he's not the Yes he's now making him on the let me finish. Let me finish. I'm to finish. But anyways he has he has played better especially the past two weeks. And you can't expect him to be the jamie benn. he was when he was in his mid twenties. I think we need to lower expectations at that and yes the cap hit is very egregious right now because it is what it is but it almost feels like we're paying him for what he did rather than what he's going to do. So there's this there's this thought among you know nhl gm's and especially the old gm's compared to the young gm's John hanke versus jim. Nill.

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"john hanke" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"By then or by now but that just. Home from New York. And Boston where like in the same roughly part of the United States, but it's not like next door That explained to me that's why I do run into people who have stories late close calls like they were supposed to be flying that day or were might miss the planes heard stories like that not for mainland close me. But from like Friends of friends, I have a friend whose birthday is September eleven Sometimes, tell those kinds of stories remembering it. Yeah, it's You know and. It's something unfortunately that clouds I think my generation more than even yours we all know people my age a little bit older. You know, even my my my wife's generation it kind of clouds everything and it's one of those things I mean. Even at the time, it wasn't. It was so crazy afterward afterwards because I don't think. Now think about I don't think i. flew on a plane for five years after that just. So freaked down. So any trip that my mom took was driving somewhere to somewhere else or something and. I think it was a year later that we went down when you could go down to the two round zero and it was crazy just looking at the fact that these were the tallest buildings, the world they were bigger than the Empire State building the Chrysler Building and everything else John Hanke and you're standing there it's gone. It's. It's crazy and it's probably what the baby boom boom thought when Pearl Harbor. attack, it was probably very similar feeling too and feeling of helplessness and. You know we won't get into too much of the politics that happen afterwards the plane that come from way does touch on it a tad bit. I think but we won't touch on to too much because it was just crazy times and you know. I think at an I think that began the extremism and that was the first time. After all that happened in everything that came afterwards worn Iraq lock kind of stuff. That was when people really started being on opposite sides and looking at each other as enemies and you know the whole people being called un-american thing and all that all that is when it started and you know. So on one hand, nine eleven brought everyone together in such a way that. I think really. Affected things but at the same time? I think it. I think in some ways, it also divided divided. So it was a good and bad thing brought us together but it also divided peoples opinions and made it made it much more of a diverse opinion Even, nowadays, as we see now but that's I. Think the closest of politics I, WanNa get. Home because we have a great show, we have to talk about I didn't know if you had anything else to say closing up this section just talk about nine eleven lots. I think we're ready to move into the A. Nine eleven is kind informs the premise of it..

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"john hanke" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"We do Hank or you will have a particular political party yeah I'm running in the democratic primary so I'm a Democrat all right so I mean that let's discuss what you want to discuss but let me ask you a couple quick questions if you don't mind any D. D. D. W. eyes any arrest anything on your your your on your rap sheet you want to Y. reveal you know I mean I I have got a couple speeding tickets over the years when I wasn't paying attention I'll admit to that but no weather rest no no no okay no no arrests right all right all position on the US anti county commission voted on Tuesday to close the juvenile detention center how would you have voted on that good idea bad idea no that's a good idea you know we don't want to keep people in detention unless we absolutely have to I think there's probably much better options for you then and frankly and a lot of cases much better options for adults jail of course is is important for people who are dangerous it's important when you know people are in the midst of you know having an episode but we don't want to keep people locked up if we can help it and I think I think it's a good sign that you know there were so few juveniles being house in the Santa Fe juvenile corrections center that we are able to close it down and and shift those few people to other counties combined forces with them now would you be accessible to your your constituents Hank would you give out a email or a phone number where people could call you who are parents of juveniles who who will now be housed up near Farmington no I'm not gonna be happy I mean it's hard to you can't travel right now to see them anyway but when this is all over you know they're gonna have traveled to San Juan county well and that is well San Juan county or Bernalillo county and I would I would think hopefully that eventually most of them would be in Bernalillo county because that's obviously much closer it's it's quite a drive up to Farmington but sure I mean my my phone number is going to be out there and I've been giving it out all on so you know I mean I I do understand this county commissioner not everybody's going to be happy with me all the time yeah and I'm happy to talk to people about you know whatever's whatever their concerns are all right what about to using the a juvenile detention center for adults to ease a population especially crowded in the CDC to hopefully prevent spread of cove in nineteen well I think that's you know innocent circumstances we're in right now I think that's very sensible the more we can do to keep people who are you know incarcerated from spreading the virus to each other and then of course when they're released to the rest of us I think that benefits all of us and so yes we can create more social distancing that way I think that's a great idea prior to this we have had problems at the CDC which is county run but is a city county facility we've had parents on recently up to thirty four year old who died right after being in in for minor offenses in the CDC do you know if the CDC is being properly run if it is dangerous it is if it is unhealthy well from from what I've heard it things could certainly be better you know when I when I ran sailors at the shelter and worked with homeless people you know very directly we had a fellow who just the nicest guy but he did get arrested I think she got drunk and you know just something silly and was in the jail and passed away in jail and I we we thought that was a tragedy and it's very upsetting that that's still happening now that when people are incarcerated they don't seem to be getting the medical care they need that concerns me quite a bit so I would want to look into that as county commissioner and see if we can't make sure that you know when we do have people are locked up in our care that we're concerned about their health and safety because you know the ideas we want people to get better returned to the community you know better equipped to deal with their lives and we certainly don't want them to to die in jail yeah parole violation minor drug offenses minor drug offense should not be adult sons and yet none of the as far as I've seen hang none of the Santa Fe county commissioners have spoken about those two cases county managers not spoken about those two cases the sheriff said he can't speak about those cases because this conflict of interest lack of transparency lack of accountability I know you're not accounting well I think you have a good point there and I think that you know my experience working with you know people at the very low income level and people who have those kind of problems with substance abuse and all you know give me a special special knowledge of of what those people go through anyway I would certainly want to address that and and talk about it even if we can't talk about those particular cases we should be talking about the conditions at the jail that assigned to those kind of tragedies twenty six minutes after two o'clock guesses Hank Hughes he is running for county commissioner district number five so what are your main issues what are your top five issues running or whatever what do you know what's the top plants in your platform well the reason one of my main issues is the environment I think that you know just like the federal government will be covered nineteen response there also tumbling our response to the climate change crisis that's that's hitting us and so I would really want the county to continue its work on turning all of its operations to be powered by renewable energy I would want to work on ways to help local residents and businesses you know through some incentive programs to add solar panels to their operations you know we're we're well positioned here in Santa Fe county for solar energy the wind energy is a little bit better to the east of us but there are probably ways we can tap into more of that as well and I just think that that's one of the main things we have to work on is is doing our bit to alleviate climate change and you know will benefit here if we can avoid the worst effects of climate change because many people still have full rest and clean air and water to breach in ten years if we do something now if we had if we had a good battery systems we could we could create enough energy and store enough energy just in the spring time from wind in New Mexico it blows a lot here but I'm sure today well that's true I bet today there's enough wind energy out there hours most of the year yeah just this afternoon exactly we could just store the stuff all right what about water what about water issues so you know water has always been an issue in Santa Fe since we are now tapping more fully into the Rio Grande river that's alleviated the stress a little bit on our systems but we still don't have unlimited water so we need to make sure what we do have stays clean that we protect it from you know pollution also that we're using it wisely when we when we do have it I would want to make sure that to the extent that we have water availability for more housing development okay that that doesn't just go to high end housing that also goes to housing for people who live and work here already do you have a do you have plans on your website to where to address that I'm not detailed plans I'm still learning about some of the stuff I I know that Santa Fe county is working with the Eldorado area water districts here to interconnect the systems to get water all the way out to canyon seats over people's wells are naturally undrinkable and so I think that'll be one of the you know the first things we have to work on is making sure that connection gets made so that that county water system that now serves Russia V. a ho is set up to Eldorado and then that is hooked up out to tendency to so the water is brackish out there I I think it's I can't remember the contaminant but it's it's something you don't want to drink I think it might be ours it's either arsenic or something like that that's just naturally occurring in the watering tendency to yeah well arsenic is gnarly we back with Hank John Hanke Johns Hank Hughes his running for Santa Fe county commission in district.

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"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Answer your questions to be advice and bring you all the news from Mars and FC Wimbledon. John I really feel like I know what's going to happen in the twenty twenty. I just I see it so clearly. This is going to be some kind of twenty twenty pun that set. That was it I did it with that was. Oh that's the that's that's the joke joke. Joke it's good. Yeah I can see it very clearly as well actually in real life I. I don't know that there's anything I'm less. Sure about. How twenty twenty? I'm going to go. I don't see it clearly at all. I'm very confused. I feel like I know nothing and neither does anyone else. No but that's not stopping up in everybody from heaven opinions. You can't like say stuff if you don't have strong opinions John and the same stuff where it's all at so a hank you know one thing I do. You know here at the very beginning of twenty twenty Is that we are now officially Only eight years away from renaming. This podcast dear. John Hanke ankle when we don't get a human to Mars the next eight years. Eight years is such a long time. If there's anything that celebrating this decade changeover. Did for for me was realizing how long a time but ten years it is. An eight years is almost ten years and who we could be on Jupiter in twenty twenty eight John Things Change fast. Is there any way that we can add a financial component to our bed so that we don't just change the name of the podcast but also you ship a large amount of money to my house. What if so? I bet that by the year. Three thousand TAT We'll have we'll be on Jupiter. That's three thousand ten. So you're saying in nine hundred ninety years humans will be on Jupiter. Yeah that what. What makes that so wildly? Optimistic is the notion that there will be human. Ninety years were fine. We're doing fine. John I was Gonna say everything is fine but I can't I take that back I was I was gonna say everything is going to be fine. And here's what I'm GONNA say instead we we are here all right. Our first question comes from Hannah. Who writes dear John and Hank I sold some of my art for the first time and I made some money twenty three dollars to be exact exact? What should I do with it? I've job in everything and there's not really anything I need but I feel like my art money should go to good use and not like just get used to buy gas assar something pumpkins and Penguins Hannah. Well I gas is an important use for when you need to get to places. Yeah so there is nothing nothing wrong with that but second you could be. Let's I'm going to go like way wild here and say you could start a retirement account you could. That's that's not a good idea though. 'cause you're 'cause you're young and that that money's going to appreciate so much every twenty three dollars you you put into your retirement account now is going to be like sixty sixty dollars when you retire. It'll be closer to like a hundred dollars when you retire. That's wild yeah you gotTa Start Saving now is it's the magic of compound interest. Look if we're talking about. Is it important to contribute to your IRA or your 401k. Or whatever when you're young the answer is yes but we're not. We're talking about twenty three dollars that Hannah made selling. I don't even know what kind of art handed it was due nonspecific. You've got to get better at marketing yourself. I need I need to. I need to read like I made twenty three dollars selling my life size sculpture of Liverpool midfielder. Genie Wine Aldam. I need I need some specificity sufficiency razor thin margin man. Yeah no she. She sold it for ten thousand twenty three dollars. There's and she cleared twenty three dollars profit because it is not cheap to find them. Lebron's to sculpt genie wine Alden extraordinary to Rulli extraordinary cabs right well. So here's here's the you gotta buy some art supplies. Obviously there's a there's a future here. There's a business exactly doing in it. You GotTa get you gotTa buy more stuff to make stuff exurbs. If there's anything that I I know about making art is that you completely forget how much you paid for. The art supplies FIS when calculating how much to sell yard for CD by needed by more art supplies so that you can continue making stuff that you like. Yeah I think you invest in your art if you like making stuff Get the stuff that you need to make stuff on the other hand some. Maybe it's not a maybe it's we don't know what kind of Art Hannah makes. But I don't I just want to go on a quick tangent because it occurred to me that one of the sculptures I most want to see in the world and I haven't seen are just bronze casts of the cavs of all Liverpool players. Oh my God so like I just WanNa see a collection of their calves in bronze you know. Why can't we just expand out? I want what if this isn't about art project but I think that it should be a selection of calves and that should be what the pieces titled That's called a selection of calves and it should just be crabs from all over the world all walks of life if you will know that doesn't make any sense because all cancer beautiful. Oh Oh yes no. All calves are great but the calves that are fueling. The world's greatest football team are very specific. Caps knows the ones. I WANNA see in bronze. I feel like I have nice cavs Hannah. You're welcome for the idea. I give it to you for free. I lean forward. I will pay whatever it costs you to make them. Plus twenty eighty three dollars. You know John. I had a good idea during our Christmas break. I was playing with Oren and I had an idea for a toy. Yeah and you know what I did what I I found a toy designer on Lincoln and I was like. Here's this idea. I had for a toy. I do not want it in my head anymore. You can have it if you want it. And that's that's what I did. That was and he wrote back and he was like. That's a pretty good idea. We are actually working on something similar and I was like boom. You did glorious. I am not in that I I am not in that business. I love giving away ideas that said as you know hanging in the last twenty four hours I have had to know really for the first time. Now now my first million dollar idea and it's not the cavs it's not settling in fact the more I think about that the I think it's a good idea. Not least because how are you going to get it all of Liverpool's players to you know like let you measure their calf's consider going to be a weird conversation he's talking to measure if you've got a cast them. Yeah I I just. I don't think he's GonNa Forget. Forget scan forget that million dollar idea. I have a proper million dollar idea. It's so good that I I can't share it because I'm worried I'm GONNA share it. I'M GONNA share it and we're GONNA put it up for preorder. Oh and maybe no one will buy it but I think I think this is my first million dollar idea hank. You don't have a podcast. The anthrocene reviewed where I review different vestments of the human centered planet on a five star. Scale I remember yes. It's very popular Ryan Reynolds like exum. He does or I I. I heard that he tweeted about it. That is very nice of him. I'm very grateful to anyone who likes it anyway. I WANNA make AAC and racine reviewed merch and my idea for merch. INC is that I wanNA make shower curtain. That is my review of shower. Curtains like on the a shower curtain is printed my review of shower curtains. And that is the only place in the world. You can read my review of shower curtains. Maybe this is a new like books. Have I've been around for a long time but there hasn't been a lot of innovation newspapers which are sort of like big folder. Things in magazines which are floppy books. But what if instead of a book you just had one big sheet of plastic and that was yeah I like it and then like you have to have a separate room to lay your books down. I want this to be a fight quality shower curtain. Can you get me at like a pretty good shower curtain. I don't you know I bet yes but I I have not done enough reese. I know a lot about merchandising Johnson. I've never met a shower curtain but I know people who have made shower curtains so I can reach out to them and ask ask. Do you think this is a million dollar idea. No but I think it's a perfectly good way to raise money for charity. If you want my shower curtain. That is a review of shower curtain. Didn't you can go to the FDA DOT COM to be. I don't know if it's going to be the order. You're just GONNA have to sign your name saying you'll buy a thirty five dollars shower curtain. That's a review of shower curtains written. But yeah we'll see how big the market is right. That is that is important. I Bet I bet the minimum order. Isn't that much for shower curtains courts. Now that's an idea shower curtains. All right. I'm I'M GONNA stop but I think this is an infinitely scalable idea because what about a coffee mug. That's just my review of coffee mocks. Yeah I mean what about a candle. It's just you review of candles. And then his as it Burns Away my review of candle ceases to exist all right. We're we've gone. We've gone too so far. Congratulations Hanna Hanna. If you wanted to design a shower curtain force email us. We're getting to the shower curtain business and we're getting into it in a big way. This next question. Russian comes from emily who asks deer hanging John. I almost missed my fight this morning. I didn't thank goodness but I realized I have no idea what to do if I miss a flight lights and fear Emily John. I feel like you have experience with this. I do too and I always feel a little bit like I don't know what to do. Yeah I feel like I've been naughty even if it's not my fault I always feel like. Oh they're mad at me but they're not they're trying to get through the day like everybody else is that there's two things you do you basically you either like stand in line at the counter at some customer service line or you you make a phone call and You get booked onto a different flight. Yeah and a lot of times. If it's not your fault they'll get you a hotel room or whatever it's not always the best hotel room one of my all time favorite day frank videos is the one where Delta Delta yeah put him in a room with a stranger where he like to share a room with double beds with the person he'd never met before feels that feels so like nineteen. Sixty couldn't do that. I feel like they can't early. They don't do it anymore by I've definitely been in some. I would say that my five worst hotel experiences of the twenty first century have all. I've been hotels chosen for me by air. What's yeah but it is a really good point that if the line is very long you might be able to call or go on the APP and re book yourself without having to talk to a person and that can speed things along and also increase your chances of getting a good flight but get in that line right away before you start doing that right because that line might grow very fast? The whole thing is very it is definitely stressful. It's yeah I mean travel is always comes with its complications as tank and I are about to find out since we're going on tour. Yeah a bet will have already happened. I believe this episode comes out. We are masters of marketing. If you wanted to see us arturo already happened and our shower. Curtain is not yet available if you wanted to see us in Atlanta or Raleigh or not compete so sorry that that's in the past. Now you need the fame.

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"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Answer your questions to be advice and bring you all the news from Mars and FC Wimbledon. John I really feel like I know what's going to happen in the twenty twenty. I just I see it so clearly. This is going to be some kind of twenty twenty pun that set. That was it I did it with that was. Oh that's the that's that's the joke joke. Joke it's good. Yeah I can see it very clearly as well actually in real life I. I don't know that there's anything I'm less. Sure about. How twenty twenty? I'm going to go. I don't see it clearly at all. I'm very confused. I feel like I know nothing and neither does anyone else. No but that's not stopping up in everybody from heaven opinions. You can't like say stuff if you don't have strong opinions John and the same stuff where it's all at so a hank you know one thing I do. You know here at the very beginning of twenty twenty Is that we are now officially Only eight years away from renaming. This podcast dear. John Hanke ankle when we don't get a human to Mars the next eight years. Eight years is such a long time. If there's anything that celebrating this decade changeover. Did for for me was realizing how long a time but ten years it is. An eight years is almost ten years and who we could be on Jupiter in twenty twenty eight John Things Change fast. Is there any way that we can add a financial component to our bed so that we don't just change the name of the podcast but also you ship a large amount of money to my house. What if so? I bet that by the year. Three thousand TAT We'll have we'll be on Jupiter. That's three thousand ten. So you're saying in nine hundred ninety years humans will be on Jupiter. Yeah that what. What makes that so wildly? Optimistic is the notion that there will be human. Ninety years were fine. We're doing fine. John I was Gonna say everything is fine but I can't I take that back I was I was gonna say everything is going to be fine. And here's what I'm GONNA say instead we we are here all right. Our first question comes from Hannah. Who writes dear John and Hank I sold some of my art for the first time and I made some money twenty three dollars to be exact exact? What should I do with it? I've job in everything and there's not really anything I need but I feel like my art money should go to good use and not like just get used to buy gas assar something pumpkins and Penguins Hannah. Well I gas is an important use for when you need to get to places. Yeah so there is nothing nothing wrong with that but second you could be. Let's I'm going to go like way wild here and say you could start a retirement account you could. That's that's not a good idea though. 'cause you're 'cause you're young and that that money's going to appreciate so much every twenty three dollars you you put into your retirement account now is going to be like sixty sixty dollars when you retire. It'll be closer to like a hundred dollars when you retire. That's wild yeah you gotTa Start Saving now is it's the magic of compound interest. Look if we're talking about. Is it important to contribute to your IRA or your 401k. Or whatever when you're young the answer is yes but we're not. We're talking about twenty three dollars that Hannah made selling. I don't even know what kind of art handed it was due nonspecific. You've got to get better at marketing yourself. I need I need to. I need to read like I made twenty three dollars selling my life size sculpture of Liverpool midfielder. Genie Wine Aldam. I need I need some specificity sufficiency razor thin margin man. Yeah no she. She sold it for ten thousand twenty three dollars. There's and she cleared twenty three dollars profit because it is not cheap to find them. Lebron's to sculpt genie wine Alden extraordinary to Rulli extraordinary cabs right well. So here's here's the you gotta buy some art supplies. Obviously there's a there's a future here. There's a business exactly doing in it. You GotTa get you gotTa buy more stuff to make stuff exurbs. If there's anything that I I know about making art is that you completely forget how much you paid for. The art supplies FIS when calculating how much to sell yard for CD by needed by more art supplies so that you can continue making stuff that you like. Yeah I think you invest in your art if you like making stuff Get the stuff that you need to make stuff on the other hand some. Maybe it's not a maybe it's we don't know what kind of Art Hannah makes. But I don't I just want to go on a quick tangent because it occurred to me that one of the sculptures I most want to see in the world and I haven't seen are just bronze casts of the cavs of all Liverpool players. Oh my God so like I just WanNa see a collection of their calves in bronze you know. Why can't we just expand out? I want what if this isn't about art project but I think that it should be a selection of calves and that should be what the pieces titled That's called a selection of calves and it should just be crabs from all over the world all walks of life if you will know that doesn't make any sense because all cancer beautiful. Oh Oh yes no. All calves are great but the calves that are fueling. The world's greatest football team are very specific. Caps knows the ones. I WANNA see in bronze. I feel like I have nice cavs Hannah. You're welcome for the idea. I give it to you for free. I lean forward. I will pay whatever it costs you to make them. Plus twenty eighty three dollars. You know John. I had a good idea during our Christmas break. I was playing with Oren and I had an idea for a toy. Yeah and you know what I did what I I found a toy designer on Lincoln and I was like. Here's this idea. I had for a toy. I do not want it in my head anymore. You can have it if you want it. And that's that's what I did. That was and he wrote back and he was like. That's a pretty good idea. We are actually working on something similar and I was like boom. You did glorious. I am not in that I I am not in that business. I love giving away ideas that said as you know hanging in the last twenty four hours I have had to know really for the first time. Now now my first million dollar idea and it's not the cavs it's not settling in fact the more I think about that the I think it's a good idea. Not least because how are you going to get it all of Liverpool's players to you know like let you measure their calf's consider going to be a weird conversation he's talking to measure if you've got a cast them. Yeah I I just. I don't think he's GonNa Forget. Forget scan forget that million dollar idea. I have a proper million dollar idea. It's so good that I I can't share it because I'm worried I'm GONNA share it. I'M GONNA share it and we're GONNA put it up for preorder. Oh and maybe no one will buy it but I think I think this is my first million dollar idea hank. You don't have a podcast. The anthrocene reviewed where I review different vestments of the human centered planet on a five star. Scale I remember yes. It's very popular Ryan Reynolds like exum. He does or I I. I heard that he tweeted about it. That is very nice of him. I'm very grateful to anyone who likes it anyway. I WANNA make AAC and racine reviewed merch and my idea for merch. INC is that I wanNA make shower curtain. That is my review of shower. Curtains like on the a shower curtain is printed my review of shower curtains. And that is the only place in the world. You can read my review of shower curtains. Maybe this is a new like books. Have I've been around for a long time but there hasn't been a lot of innovation newspapers which are sort of like big folder. Things in magazines which are floppy books. But what if instead of a book you just had one big sheet of plastic and that was yeah I like it and then like you have to have a separate room to lay your books down. I want this to be a fight quality shower curtain. Can you get me at like a pretty good shower curtain. I don't you know I bet yes but I I have not done enough reese. I know a lot about merchandising Johnson. I've never met a shower curtain but I know people who have made shower curtains so I can reach out to them and ask ask. Do you think this is a million dollar idea. No but I think it's a perfectly good way to raise money for charity. If you want my shower curtain. That is a review of shower curtain. Didn't you can go to the FDA DOT COM to be. I don't know if it's going to be the order. You're just GONNA have to sign your name saying you'll buy a thirty five dollars shower curtain. That's a review of shower curtains written. But yeah we'll see how big the market is right. That is that is important. I Bet I bet the minimum order. Isn't that much for shower curtains courts. Now that's an idea shower curtains. All right. I'm I'M GONNA stop but I think this is an infinitely scalable idea because what about a coffee mug. That's just my review of coffee mocks. Yeah I mean what about a candle. It's just you review of candles. And then his as it Burns Away my review of candle ceases to exist all right. We're we've gone. We've gone too so far. Congratulations Hanna Hanna. If you wanted to design a shower curtain force email us. We're getting to the shower curtain business and we're getting into it in a big way. This next question. Russian comes from emily who asks deer hanging John. I almost missed my fight this morning. I didn't thank goodness but I realized I have no idea what to do if I miss a flight lights and fear Emily John. I feel like you have experience with this. I do too and I always feel a little bit like I don't know what to do. Yeah I feel like I've been naughty even if it's not my fault I always feel like. Oh they're mad at me but they're not they're trying to get through the day like everybody else is that there's two things you do you basically you either like stand in line at the counter at some customer service line or you you make a phone call and You get booked onto a different flight. Yeah and a lot of times. If it's not your fault they'll get you a hotel room or whatever it's not always the best hotel room one of my all time favorite day frank videos is the one where Delta Delta yeah put him in a room with a stranger where he like to share a room with double beds with the person he'd never met before feels that feels so like nineteen. Sixty couldn't do that. I feel like they can't early. They don't do it anymore by I've definitely been in some. I would say that my five worst hotel experiences of the twenty first century have all. I've been hotels chosen for me by air. What's yeah but it is a really good point that if the line is very long you might be able to call or go on the APP and re book yourself without having to talk to a person and that can speed things along and also increase your chances of getting a good flight but get in that line right away before you start doing that right because that line might grow very fast? The whole thing is very it is definitely stressful. It's yeah I mean travel is always comes with its complications as tank and I are about to find out since we're going on tour. Yeah a bet will have already happened. I believe this episode comes out. We are masters of marketing. If you wanted to see us arturo already happened and our shower. Curtain is not yet available if you wanted to see us in Atlanta or Raleigh or not compete so sorry that that's in the past. Now you need the fame.

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"john hanke" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"john hanke" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Be Baltimore DC airport. Sports. Doesn't have Chuck's picture on it. That's the question. All right. It'd be chuckles chuckles right like loopholes. But with a different picture, it looks like the white version of Harriet, Tubman, you never know. All right. Nice. If I let my beer, go a little darker, I could be US grant you good. It is time for historical headlines today. It's may thirty first last day of the month here on the last day of the week, and we start with the birthday challenge on this Friday may thirty-first, legendary actor Clint Eastwood celebrates a birthday today as does singer Peter, from Peter Paul, and Mary. This is I think I would go with Clint Eastwood. He's almost ninety years old. I believe that. Who'd, you say Chuck Clint Clint is eighty nine Peter's eighty one years of age today. So, yeah. Clint Eastwood, make my day on this day nineteen forty nine this former State Department official and accused spy went on trial in New York charged with perjury. Can you name this individual? When you might teen forty-nine, former State Department official accused spy, no idea. Just one just one person. One person. Jury deadlocked. But he was convicted a second trial. You know, the name soon as Alger hiss algebra, I was thinking very first. Algiers, nineteen sixty two this former Nazi official hanged in Israel a few minutes before midnight, Adolf Eichmann for his role in the he's a lot taller after that was over full cones was stretched out. On this day in two thousand and five breaking silence of thirty years. This former FBI official step forward as deep throat. Yeah. The real deep throat, Mark felt this w martinsville. Yeah. Was talking about him yesterday. And five years ago, the only American soldier held prisoner in Afghanistan freed by the Taliban, Obama exchanged five terrorists for this dude. Bob bird Bill, bergdahl bird or bird crap. Sergeant Bowe bergdahl the deserter as as. Now he's free. Free. He and John Hanke Leear in the stinking rotten read, or a started a call by. Yeah. He's a regular guest at the Obamas residents. There you go. We lost the Republican Senator Cochran yesterday passed away at the age of Eighty-one. He was a very powerful member of the Senate appropriations committee, and we also lost a singer and guitars Leon rib bone. No passed away, as I wanna be subdued. Yeah. Of course, he, they made his Percy was sort of a peripheral figure, but folksinger that kind of thing. But remember, he did the original nineteen eighty-two Budweiser commercial this bud's for you. That was only on red ball. He, he did the appeared art scape in Baltimore many years ago and thousands and thousands of people there to show say you're going to be seduced that was one of these songs I thought you were saying. Carson flag. It already. We got that one. No. Brand new bag. Wanting to be and actually being is two different things. You're right about that. And the NBA finals, the raptors in their first NBA finals series win. Game one. They beat the Golden State Warriors last night, one eighteen to one zero nine first NBA final game one in Canada. Yeah. About that outside the US you know, there was a lot of again, I guess, excitement about the Blue Jays and the maple leaves. They were all excited about them this year the NHL but it's the raptors who are bringing it home for him so far. Yeah. So that was in Toronto and game two is in Toronto that Sunday, dolphin run, Chuck. We'll see in a couple. It five twenty twenty minutes after the hour. We're talking about the president slapping emergency tariffs on Mexico. We'll get into some of the numbers already the Mexican president requesting meeting and a prominent Republican in the Senate. Not happy with the president's tariffs. You're listening to Sean and Frank Maryland's, wakeup call. I'm Andy, if you don't know me. It's probably because I'm not famous, but I did start a men's grooming company called Harry's..

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"john hanke" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"So I don't think that they they were the ones doing this themselves to regulate basically their own structure, and because they weren't able to follow in the nineteen twenty census. They weren't able to reapportion themselves. They passed the permanent apportionment act. Excellent and nine hundred twenty nine and it took effect in forty one. Excellent time to like change, the house mid level World War like you know, what there's a log going on right now. So let's look inward and reheat organize. Let's Marie condo. Us who's bringing spur of joy. Right. So yet so that took effect in nineteen forty one and quote, it capped house membership at the level established after the nineteen ten census that's one hundred years ago. Whoa. Unquote hundred fifteen years ago, quote created. I wanna find one document one piece of parchment where some founding father was just like this is bullshit underlying underlined underline, July. That would be my greatest joy of my greatest joy, just like screw like angry stuff. You know? You know, somebody's grandchild. Like great. Great. Great. Great grandchild has some piece of paper. That's like, but could hate John Hanke. Yeah. Yeah. So it happened house membership at at the level of stablest after the nineteen ten cents and created a procedure for automatic -ly reapportion how seats after every census. Okay. Great. So it. Okay. So we have four hundred and thirty five representatives. Yes. Based off of the nineteen ten census since. Yes. The nineteen. One nine one zero nine one zero census this was even before the first World War. Why are we still doing this? Because it's I'm pretty sure just because it's called permanent apportionment like again with the title to God. I literally hermit you can't change out. Gills kitten deal with I can't deal with it. So we have four hundred I can't get thirty five because nineteen ten that was the appropriate amount for the population in nineteen ten. I know what? Right. Oh my God. It's bullshit. It's bullshit. I thanks bullshit. Me thinks me thinks while. Yep. That's crazy. Great will now that we know why we have four hundred thirty five representatives from nineteen ten. Let's talk about how many Democrats and Republicans are bopping around right now. Amazing. So right now, we have two hundred hundred five Democrats have the majority in the house, and we have one hundred ninety seven Republicans and three vacancies can seize. Yeah. Three two of them are North Carolina. Yeah. Which is very interesting. So one is North Carolina third districts the Representative passed away. Yep. Very recently case without vacancy. I get right. And then the North Carolina the second North Carolina the ninth district. So this Representative this is this is this is the shit show where they tried to steal the seat. This person's no longer running right now, he's not running any dropped out. I was and then people are like skews me. Ham off you can't do that. So they're reelecting in this year. They're like they're like doing another election that they're having another election. So for all of you North Carolina the primary is may fourteenth. Yes. Yeah. It's the primaries may fourteenth gonna be hot. There's either a runoff primary or a general election, depending on how the initial primary goes on September, tenth great. And then if it needs to have like a final final general. Yeah. That'll be November fifth, which is I decided timber on of ember. Yep. Of twenty nineteen who gets at seat. Yep. I love that yet. But then that term will still be up with the rest of the other terms. Right. And then the third one is Pennsylvania twelfth district. They resigned he resigned. Also, this is the one where I'm like this Marquez, North Carolina. He's addict he tried to steal a seat. But this guy also kinda dick like he ran got to congress these were him in. And he was like knob I ne. No, I'm not into it. And I'm good got here. And this is not what I thought it would be even though I've been here my Har, it's like when you watch America's next top model, and in the first episode some models like, you know, what this is not for me. And I'm like, what are you talking about this model?.

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"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"That's nice that leaves like a third of the page empty. What should I put in the rest of the page pumpkins and penguins? Josh burn it tear it up. Josh you considered burning your journal. No. I tell you what I would put in there. I wouldn't put in a list of like ongoing resentments like like are you start kill list? Yeah. Yeah. I don't forget about it. I don't want to forget the people who have wronged me or the other thing. I might put on there is like a list of all the things I worried about before going to sleep a catalog of this is bad the hundred or two hundred things that rifle through my head during the hour that I'm trying to fall asleep. The people I may have wrong the activities. I haven't finished the responsibilities, I've shirked, etc. Josh for an actual piece of advice. Here's what I if I had the kind of dedication to this that you seem to have I would draw a little picture in that about him third. And I'd try to maybe dry the same picture every day for a week and see if I do it differently or maybe I'll give you a prompt. It's Santa Claus die. China sor? So you're going to draw Santa Claus dinosaur everyday for a week and see all the different ways that that prompt takes you. And then the week after that I wanted to do like a rabbit smoking pipe, and I wanna see that and like show me different rabbit smoking pipes. And maybe you can I'm not saying they're going to be good is not about being good. Just like your journalism about like writing. Beautiful prose is just like, hey, I'm the throw this at future me who's going to read through these things maybe someday. And be like what was I do in January twenty nineteen. Oh, yeah. That that really super stoned rabbit. I drew. Oh, I didn't think it was that kind of pipe well on day seven you gotta mix it up. All right. Well, I've actually been reading diary recently. Dawn Powell's diary issues. This great writer, and it is really interesting to read someone's diary, it feels incredibly invasive even though Don pal has been dead for quite a while. And at the end of her life said that she wanted her diaries to be published. It still feels like, wow, I can't believe that. I am allowed to read these things about a stranger. So try to include that kind of that kind of the juicy stuff. That's my advice. Last third of the Fayed is just what other juiciest stuff of the day. Right. Yeah. Just like at the bottom third. Be like, I think this is what the. You know, people have seventy years from now will want to read about my day. I definitely think that you should assume that no one's going to read your diary because otherwise pressure. All right. The next question comes from K who writes John Hanke few weeks ago? I matched with someone on a dating app and after chatting for a bit we decided to go on a date. But shortly thereafter, I got sick. And when I told him he told me to get back to him. If I wanted to go out once I felt better. Well, it's been several weeks. And it turns out I have mono, which is why I felt so terrible this whole time, and I'll be better soon and no longer contagious. And I want to let him know. So he doesn't forget about me. But I'm worried that the connotations of the disease will. Okay. Because it's the kissing disease. Okay. I am not familiar with these connotations of mono. I have always understood it to be just a really bad viral illness that sometimes attacks your spleen, but apparently it has sexually transmitted vibes. Yeah. I'll I will. I will say that I got mono and high school completely without any fun way of contracting. It I contracted it in the normal someone spat into the air and it landed on my tongue way. Yeah. Like, you can get the common cold for making out. But you can also get it from you know, putting your hand on a gas pump..

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"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"john hanke" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"No. And Tra warm it console tra- bar with. So apparently, this is the kingdom of tree and everything is named after tree. It's like when family has like six kids and all start with TRE. It's like, yeah. Trevor and Trent and the rest of them, right? So regatta entr alarm and Trump Trevor Trent true Armant. Got to be the third child in a family that all names their kids after like real specific sounds because then you've got to get real obscure. Yeah. And then you end up with tinted gel in the family. John, please, let's have a deer Hanke John gathering at the olive garden intend to chill. I to say that I have no interest in going to all garden in the United Kingdom would be dramatic. I can't even bring myself to go to the olive garden that's a quarter mile from my house. But as I was saying the point I was trying to make sometimes you just have to many people. And so you just like. Sometimes it's just arbitrary, and it's not about you. But here's what I would say is if you're coming back, and you're going to reintegrate with an old friend group, and you want to hang out with your friends. Maybe the best way to do that is to reach to one of them. Specifically and say, hey, I want to hang out just the two of us. And then that person will become your your spokesperson, the friend group potential. I think that's a little bit conniving. I think that you could just text with your friends and say I want to hang out and not not necessarily specify that. It's just the two of us. But just by saying I wanna hang out. It helps to know though. Yeah. Yeah. I wanna hang out with you too. I miss you. And and try to take the initiative, and that is something that in general with friendships and with like social. Existence that it when you are young when you're like high school age, it's almost like no one ever does that like the the social experiences just happened somehow. But then once you're once you get into your twenties you have to like make it happen. You have to work for it in order to get people together and have a good time. And it doesn't feel as natural. But it is important. Yeah. It's good practice for the future. Anyway, I don't think that you should take this super personally, I know that that's hard rang tickly. But it's one of those situations that ninety nine percent of the time. It's not about you. Yep. Of course, one percent of the time. It is you olive garden was founded Italy. I'm just going to say Italy in Orlando, Florida. Of course, it was we when we were two and five respectively like just after you and. Lando. I garden with founded I'm older than all garden, you're older than garden. Congratulations. I definitely feel like olive garden has existed my whole life. But I guess that's because it started in Orlando the same place I started. All right. If we have another question, this comes from nNcholas rights, John Hanke, a computer science student and soon the time will come for me to decide what part of my field to focus on obviously the coolest part of computers right now is artificial intelligence. But I'm worried about how this will impact my status in the coming robot apocalypse following the takeover from our mechanical overlords. Do you think the robot people will have a sort of religious reverence and respect for me as a kind of life giving entity or do you think the robots will vilify me for dragging them into this world, any guidance for my future in programming is appreciated trapped in a cage, nNcholas, oh, I had not thought of whether the artificial intelligence will resent us for making them exist in. In this world. Yeah..

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