18 Burst results for "John Hodgman"

"john hodgman" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

02:09 min | 3 months ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Doughboys

"John hodgman, David Reese, the show is dick town. Tell us about the show, tell us how to watch it, and what to expect. It's a lot of fun. It's an animated comedy. It stars John and myself. We wrote it and directed it, and we voiced the two main characters, John, plays John hunch, a former boy detective who still struggling to solving mysteries for teenagers, and I play David purefoy, his former bully, and now I'm like his assistant and his only friend. It's a really ambitious episode. I mean, sorry, it's a really ambitious season. We have a lot of original music, musical numbers, a lot of famous guest stars, and there's a big season long mystery in addition to each week's mystery of the week. So we hope people will watch it. And enjoy it. It's a great show and I had a pleasure of being a part of it and it's hilarious and I'm very excited for it to start airing. Thank you. You were such a wonderful part of it and I'll just say to the audience, I won't tell you which episode Mike Mitchell is in. Well, you just have to watch everyone. See what's good. See when he turns up. You'll know him when you see him. Oh, those freaks are on board. Can I say one more thing? Before we get this please. Please. I don't want there to be any bad blood with people about something I said earlier, so I just want to make it clear that during the break, I did my research and I confused zizek with baudrillard. So I understand who wrote which book. So don't get mad at me about that. That's the one thing I will apologize that happened on this list. Delete your app replies. It's been fixed. Dick town Thursday nights at ten on FXX starting March 3rd and the next day on Hulu check that out. Guys, thanks so much for joining us. Thank you. What a treat. That'll do it for this episode of doughboys until next time for the spoon man, Mike Mitchell and Nick wiger happy Eaton. See ya, I'm off to let these people in. Bye bye. On the next doughboys double. Let the tournament of champions begin. The first round of much madness 2022, the tournament of champions opens with our new best friend and one of our favorite.

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"john hodgman" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

07:31 min | 3 months ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Doughboys

"Yes. Wow. And so, and what are your butt heads over here? That's the person who wasn't wearing the red shirt, right? Because everyone was wearing a red shirt, except for one person. Is that the person who works at your facility or is she the supervisor? Who's your answer to that? Okay, got it. Say no more. Yeah, sure. Is your mommy mad at you? Mmm um. Is she standing beside you? Can you come over to play? So chaotic and then I was getting very self conscious as you guys noted. And then once I said, oh, these people are listening to this podcast and it sucks. And I looked over and they didn't really react, and I was like, oh boy, this is that one person didn't really react. So I got scared and just decided to stay quiet. Anyways, look, all in all. What made you worry about adventurous? What made you worried about your cats? What were you afraid was going to happen now that you can speak? Well, I had a couple of people over recently and I just am worried, I'm nervous about myself because I put them in my room before all this started and then but then just recently I told why this I had a couple of people over and I came downstairs in the door was a jar. And then when I saw the door was open, I was like, I should make sure that the cats were in my room. I don't want them to get out. They will coyotes will get them if they get out. That is just a matter of fact. So I went and double checked on them. They're both great. They're both up there sitting in the room. They're doing fine. Okay. Okay. But as a cat owner, that is, I think that's the number one thing to me that is like the most stressful is just door check it. You always got to check on your door. You gotta make sure that the cats don't go. But John, anyways, what do you like in your tuna salad? There we go. Not a pro. Wow. Okay. That was quite a journey. I like mayonnaise and a little chopped onion, but no celery for me, thanks. Lots of black pepper. I love pickles on a tuna salad sandwich, but I don't add it in, but I might try that now because it sounds interesting. David and I both read onion in tuna salad which I think right on your works better in tuna salad. But I might be interested in. White onion overall, but I like red onion in tuna salad for whatever reason. Yeah. I think but red onion and tuna salad. I think I'm with you on there. Although, you know, hey, I'm not a verse to green onion or some chives. Throw that in there. Here's a tuna salad thing I'll do. And I learned this and back in the scouts. Nick Wagner's famous 9 onion tuna salad. Every version of onion. Yeah. I would take the, oh, some shallots will be nice too. You can throw some shallots in a tuna salad. Anyway, I was gonna say, in the scouts, I learned you could chop up an apple and throw that in there. Oh, like that. Yeah, I know that type of. A lot of fun. And make your favorite way to chop up an apple is all right. Look, he's unleashed. Let's get your door to your window team back in here. Mitch is back. I would have gladly said that Nick fucked an apple in front of those people. I would not appear. Oh, it's easy for you to say. You probably heard worse. Yeah, that's true. My mom used to make that iconic like 60, 70s era molded tuna salad that you make in like a ring. Oh yeah. And that had everything we've mentioned, but it also had black olives and I think walnuts. That was heavy duty. Like, that was a pretty dense gelatinous tuna salad. Yeah, that's like a holiday treat or something. Would that be like in an aspect or something? I mean, when I think back on it, it had that vibe to it that kind of like really decades specific mouthfeel, you know? Sure. That you just don't feel that much anymore? I did a thing in both David and I have podcasts. He has election profit makers I have judge John hodgman, always be plugging, but the point is, on judge John hodgman, we did a thing over the holidays, where listeners sent in their grossest family traditional treats and drinks that they have at the holiday. It was like, because somebody had a fight with his friend because you should add Sprite to eggnog. That's a tradition in my family. And that's not very good, but what turns out to be really good is eggnog with orange soda, try it. Try it. Wow. But someone else wrote in saying our family has always eaten tomato soup pudding. And it's basically tomato soup, a can of tomato soup, a lot of chopped up red onion. And then a packet of gelatin and you put it in a mold. That's not right. Sounds gross. It comes out at solid tomato soup. You can make it into a sandwich. And it was really, I think there's also a pack of cream cheese in it as well. Yeah, that sounds revolting. It was really not, it was this guy loved it. It was like, we fight over who gets to have the last slice of tomato loaf. Yeah. There's a lot of, there were a lot of gelatin salads in the 60s and 70s. It was a big thing. A lot of people were one time you often you would make a gelatin salad, and you would just drop everyone's house keys in it. And then if you ever got that's how families got started. David, I would do blackout when I would go to the period of my life where I ate at subway quite a bit because there was one around the corner from me. This is why I lived on citrus ave way back in the day. Right here will share between 6th and Wilshire. There was a subway right around the corner I get subway and I would do a tuna tuna sandwich. And I get a toasted too kind of almost like a tuna melt. And I would do all of us on there. I would do a bunch of stuff, but all of us were included. Oh, totally, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I always just, when I would go to subway, I would just always just get everything. Yeah, yeah. That's kind of the way that you can make subway decent is just by adding as much kind of veggies as possible. It's almost like you're making money. When you go there, if you put everything on it, you know, it's like people who know how to buy weight, let me show you how to maximize this salad bar. A 100% put any lettuce in because lettuce is cheap and you're paying by the bucket, right? Let's get 12 hard boiled eggs. Yeah, right. Did subway get aware of that and then spinach was an upcharge or is that oh really? I wonder. I don't know. I honestly don't even know. I think spinach you can still, I don't think spinach is an upcharge, but I honestly don't like it. They keep tweaking their menu. I would do black olives with tuna sandwich with a tune on subway as well. Like, yeah, for whatever reason that seemed to work. I mean, I also like subway is and this is both at your points, but you're trying to do anything to sort of salvage the flavor, right? And so something like olives that taste distinct. Will make it a little bit more of a tolerable lunch. Yeah. Mitch, was this a subway between the jiu-jitsu center and the consulate general.

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"john hodgman" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Doughboys

"Deal. Do it. Welcome back to doughboys. We are here with our guest. John hodgman. David Reese and Mitch and his window installation team. Give us an update. They're gone. The window installation team is gone. They already did it? They already did it. It was the window was broken. It was very funny because I'll decide. I mean, it's not funny at all. But I gotta text this morning that was like, we're gonna have people on site today because your window was broken. And so we might stop by anywhere between 12 and four or something. I said what do you mean by broken? The glass is shattered, it won't break. It wouldn't go up and down. Wouldn't go up and down, okay. I am stuck. Right. Yeah. And so, and they came in and then they came, of course, right when the podcast started. And they came in, they fixed it. I noticed. And they were here with someone who I deal with with these broken issues and a little bit of we butt heads a little bit on stuff. And talking about like you're super? You and the window team? Basically, yes. Wow. And so, and what are your butt heads over here? That's the person who wasn't wearing the red shirt, right?.

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"john hodgman" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

06:02 min | 3 months ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Doughboys

"Earl hubris hatched additional concepts to cash in on his own trend, like the sports themed official all star cafe, and the perhaps ahead of its time marvel mania. But Earl's eyes were bigger than the market's stomach and planet Hollywood wildly over expanded. By 2000, just three short years after his glowing time profile, the company had filed for bankruptcy protection. Today, it's declined from a peak of 60 restaurants to just 6 worldwide. But the fall of planet Hollywood would prove only to be Earl's dark knight of the soul in Hollywood movie terms, and in 2018 he reconfigured the concept of celebrity oriented dining for the app era, launching virtual dining concepts and partnership with his son, Robbie Earl. And while COVID lockdowns proved ruinous for many dine in restaurants, it proved lucrative for the ghost kitchen trend and for the earls in particular using the quarantine delivery boom to launch an array of virtual celebrity eateries using unoccupied space in existing restaurants. Among its many brands include Mariah Carey's Mariah's cookies, Mario's tortoise Lopez, Steve Harvey's family food, and breakout hit MrBeast burger, named for the popular YouTuber. And as of July 2020, the earls have added a chicken nugget and tater tot concept launched in partnership with a rapper with the acronymic name thank you God always. As Earl said in the 1997 time article, I've always felt that movies and sport and music transcend every barrier. We take them to the people. Now, via celebrity fronted ghost kitchens, Earl takes them to the people, literally. This week on doughboys, Tiger bites. So it's the donors. Welcome to doughboys the podcast. About chain restaurants. I'm Nick wiger, along with my co host, sonic the small hog, the spoon man, Mike Mitchell. All right. That's nasty. Brett sent that roast in, also writes, sent some alts just in case one or two were used, the only thing worse than my lack of imagination is my memory, his alt's Sonic the Hedgehog, reference to your large noggin and sonic the hot dog, which is just good clean fun. Love you guys, roast spoon man at Gmail dot com. Is it, is it just clean fun? Well, whatever. Sonic like Sonic the Hedgehog like chili dogs. So Sonic the Hedgehog is that's an insult directed at you, but sonic the hot dog is more generally just food themed. And references his favorite treat. Okay. Thanks for that breakdown. That's what I do up top. We go deep with the roast. How to how to spoon nation. I gotta tell ya. Everyone's asking me, did I go to the big game? They want to know if I want to the big game likes. And we have to say big game legally. We have to say that by which one we don't want to be sued by the NFL. Which I don't think we can say that. We don't want to be sued by a professional football organization. That's right. Yeah. I want to let the listeners know I did. I went, I dropped $7000, and I went to the puppy bowl. Oh, Mitch. I went to the puppy bowl. I got COVID at the puppy bowl. Oh, not worth it. It was worth it. It was worth it? Okay. It was worth it. I got freaking COVID at the puppy bowl wags. At least you got COVID, not parvo. Now, is that a 20 22 sentence or what? Yeah, I get COVID at the puppy bowl. And you know what else was there? Murder hornets. What was the other thing? And plague monkeys were in attendance. Oh boy. This was sitting in illegally elected president. Wait a minute. Okay, that's it. I'm going. Goodbye. Hello, wags. Hi, Mitch. Why does we shouldn't talk about it too much because it's going to get into the episode territory, but I saw you last night. We saw each other IRL. Here's what we should do. You should play a drum. We should get our guest in here because we have two terrific guests. And then when we talk about the restaurants, we will talk about our in person meeting. I agree, we have two terrific guests, but it just feels like you're kind of ordering me what to do here. So I guess I guess I will do it. I guess I'll play a drop. Just trying to keep the show moving. All right. If we start talking about the two of us hanging out, it's gonna keep going. It's gonna go on a bunch of different directions. Oh, the stories we could tell. Of the two of us sitting on your couch, looking at our came over. Anytime I've seen you over a course of like even like I said, when I saw you after I haven't seen you through the entire pandemic. Yeah. No hug, just a very like, I don't even think you looked me in the eyes. I think you were looking at my feet and you're like, hey, but nothing unusual about that. Hey, they're hard targets. They're not easy to see. I don't know about, I don't know what hug protocol is and now I'm contradicting my own directive, which was to keep the show moving, but I don't know what hug protocol is post pandemic. I don't feel comfortable seeing someone being like, hey, let's hug. Not that I was a big hug guy to begin with, but it's like that, yeah, if you haven't seen someone in a year or two, you might naturally hug them, but now I'm like, we're all worried about hygiene. I don't know what to do here. I'm usually guilty. You're in line. If you're in line to get a COVID test, you're still getting a hug. Strangers. Anybody. All right, here we go. Wise, here's a little drop. Here we go. Oh shit, did I share audio? We'll find out. Here's our jingle for doughboys..

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"john hodgman" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on With Friends Like These

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"john hodgman" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

06:57 min | 9 months ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"I've had to write to people in just like we're not taking issues dishes anymore. Because i've said everything i need to about. How people do the dishes right. Because the thing is that The dishes are the front line of any cohabitation relationship because there is. There's so much going on in that sinful of dirty dishes. It's different ways. That people were brought up different standards of cleanliness and tidiness. There's different control issues then. They're obviously there are for lack of a better term gender imbalances Who is expected to do. The dishes. Does dishes are expected to be done. Do you rinse them before. You put them in the dishwasher. What is the correct way to to load the dishwasher. Everyone who's ever loaded. The dishwasher knows. It's it's one of the more satisfying jigsaw puzzles. You can solve so when someone is doing a different way it feels like an affront against your personal and all of those all of that and then so all of that personal background cultural background expectation at all seems to flow into the dishes. Control is such an important part. An important i think is the wrong word. Because i think corrosive part of of any close relationship whether it's romantic or sibling or or roommate or whatever but particularly or workplace when it's romantic cohabitation someone writing and say my partner does the dishes. The wrong way is attempting to exert some kind of control and it is almost exclusively guys right in in in heterosexual relationships who right into say. My wife is doing it. The wrong way and because i have and then often followed up with because i have figured out a new and more interesting to put knives into the into the into the silverware cattier or and you know like this was one of the big eye openers over the course of the podcast for me as a guy. You know i always. I always considered myself a feminist. I also had been that idea beaten into me by white. Guide them that like we all deserve to have a little bit of a dispute. All sides can be heard. And what's wrong with a good debate. That's like except when you're constantly fighting over something that simple makes the other person feels small and they don't feel empowered to say. Stop it you know. That's what's wrong with a good with a good and free and open debate. You know what. I mean when you're talking over someone and denying they are. That's not a free and open debate. You know guys white guys. I think in my generation were empowered to feel like we're all just a bunch of Aristotle's and plato's out here equals talking that each other in the garden about when when they're real real human emotions and human safety on the line. You know what i mean like. Why is it wrong to use a certain word. It's like Maybe you're not qualified to talk about that. And this idea that the the dishwasher lives in this hypothetical space. Look at it and be like. Why are the times of the fork. Well i know what should happen. They should be sideways. There's a platonic ideal of how it should look. Yeah exactly exactly such an interesting conundrum that you have as in your existence as a wo- quite guy being a judge. Well you know as someone who grew up kind of a feeling that i was a feminist and be at the same time also feeling like all sides are equal and everything is fine. There's no there. There are no basic power imbalances even simple conversation Like ten years of doing judge. John hodgman is a lot of. There's a lot of data points and i can say. I've looked at the scatter graph over ten years in disputes between heterosexual. Romantic cohabitants guys are wrong hundred percent ninety nine nine percent of the time they are guys trying to control their their other half and is usually an exertion of control mental emotional physical control. And you know what they're coming to you for reason they expecting to hear something from you the alliance with their world view whether consciously or not this is crazy. You're right ladies are crazy. Why won't they let you devise a new way to wash spoon. I want to. I want to honor the genetic malformation of of certain men's brains that they are always looking at things and going like i should turn that mug upside down. That would be a better way of doing it for anyone no matter no matter what pronouns they use who who prize inventiveness and curiosity and look at the world that way. I don't want to miss judge them. But yeah they're coming to me for for validation and it's been you know an important part of my learning that they don't deserve it. They need to hear the other thing and invalidation and for some reason. Why can't i just hug. You is coming into my mind so a consent. That was another big one that came. Yes huggers yeah people coming out of the pandemic going. My friend and this was this was between two people who who both used she her pronouns like. My friend is told me that as soon as locked down as over. She's gonna hug me. I don't wanna be hugged as like. Yeah that's something i learned to. I think kind of maybe those of us who should have learned earlier learned through the pandemic like there there is a there is a boundary but your body defines. People can't just hug. You can't just hug you because they call themselves huggers You know they have to you know they have to ask. And the first thing that happened after that podcast aired was. I saw an old friend on the street and boy. She hugged me without asking. I love your podcast hug. I.

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"john hodgman" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

06:25 min | 9 months ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"Male. Coming right up. John hodgman old friends. Welcome to the show on old friend. Thank you for welcoming me. I feel very welcome thank you. I don't feel like i've talked to you in a professional capacity in a long long time the last time i saw you was in minneapolis. When serendipity arranged that we run into each other in in the streets of minneapolis it was a real mary. Tyler it was one of those things that does make you think that the universe if even if it's not all planned does occasionally rhyme accidentally. Yeah i was in town for some kind of show. I don't even remember what it was. Yeah i was getting out of the cab and there you were jerry was i. Almost there was nothing suspicious. Part i guess you find out curran. And i remember the hadn't gone through yet so yeah yeah let's have a conversation. We sat in the hotel lobby. And i believe that there was like a gigantic ceramic dalmatian dog or something. There is some weird decoration. There just like we hadn't spoken for years at the and it's been a few years since then and it's just always feels like we're just picking up the same conversation. That's my favorite kind of friendship. That's nice so i have to say all. The details of that story does sound like we made it up. Noise was very specific about the ceramic. And that makes it so very realistic. Okay let's talk about some of the developments that have happened for you since you are now. Judge john hodgman. How many people know us. And i am curious well to start off with so what qualifications do you bring to the bench zero k. That's i am not on eagle judd Although i don't think i would need much more based on some of the appointments of the past four years now. I hope we're going to be getting more qualified judgeships. It seems like there's for a while there. You didn't need to have very much experience in all maybe even be in an actual courtroom even be a judge either. Federal lab believe technically. There isn't a formal qualification. Okay so i guess. My qualification is the same as it's always been straight white male wisdom now. Fifty years of upper middle class Northeast livin straight white maleness and book. Learn it's funny. It's it's almost as though this kind of made up formal position just puts a name on the thing that happens. Twenty four hours a day every day. Yeah mess people i. I can appreciate it now. Better than i certainly did. When i started judge. John hodgman which is a podcast as well as a new york times magazine column net. Little tiny teeny tiny column nella. Eilly mentioned it because no one who listens to the podcast knows that i do the magazine thing and no one reads in the magazine. Knows that there's a podcast so there's two two things by started judge. John hodgman now More than ten years ago And back then it was a fairly. It was a fairly easy joke to make in the sense that I had been on the daily show with jon. Stewart doing very purposeful a satire on the white male expert Who everyone just listens to because he wears tweety jacket and looks like an authority and my friend and co host jesse thorn who's the founder of the maximum. Fun podcast network were which is my home. had suggested everything about doing a judge thing like judge judy. You're the people's court and i was like. Yeah that's great. I love hearing people are having an argument deciding. Who's right and who's wrong and telling them so we did it. And it's and the format of the show if your listeners aren't familiar with it and why would they be. A lot of podcasts. Pockets is that we have real live disputants. People who write in with disputes usually domestic or filial sibling knee. You're friendly or roommate. Leave that kind of thing whether or not an air conditioner whether or not deserves to have custody over this wind up toy giraffe that we both got when we were closer friends and live together and now our splitting apart that sort of thing it wasn't both sides and i tell them who's right in wrong in very tongue in cheek kind of way but in the course of the decade that i've done it you know the limits of my expertise have really been revealed to me. And what has what has been replaced in that absences a lot more actual knowledge and learning that. I've gotten from the people who have called in from all over the country and all over the world of of often wildly different experiences and points of view. And certainly the people who've written as well to tell me that i'm not correct so it's been real like yeah like there. It is part of the joke that When a white guy sits down at a table He will certainly believe that everyone needs what he has to say. And there is a kind of sleight of hand in our culture that a lot of other people who don't look like me might just shut up and start listening to someone who looks like me because culture expects them to which is wrong the thing that interests me the most about What you've.

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Intel Stepping Up Its Anti-Apple Game

Mac OS Ken

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Intel Stepping Up Its Anti-Apple Game

"Tells apparently stepping up its anti apple game. I told you yesterday of the new pro intel ad campaign featuring justin long. He used to the mac to john. Hodgman p. c. And apple's long running. Get a mac ad campaign now. Macrumors says until this week launched a pc versus mac website. That's biased heavily in favor of pc machines that are equipped with intel chips and that makes questionable claims about apple's m one mac lineup heavily biased public relations. Perish the thought. You know what i'm starting to think intel's not too happy about apple. Silicon

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"john hodgman" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"If you're looking for gift for kid in your life, you could do a lot worse. I am glad you mentioned it 'cause I did use my money to buy two copies of Sharko and hippo to send to some some little friends in Maine and I'll just mentioned that I did. So by calling up print bookstore our friends at print bookstore a bookstore in Portland Maine. and. They will also ship books to wherever you may wish them to go. So that's that's a way you can do it. Awesome. Let's get back to the case. Welcome back to the judge John Hodgman podcast were clearing the docket. Here's something from Jeremy. He says, my girlfriend gets mad at me look at my phone's map for directions while walking around she insists the phone should be oriented with north on the top the way you might normally look at a map so you can get a sense of where you are within a neighborhood I, orient the map so that it reflects the direction. We're currently facing allowing me to more easily plan left and right turns. WHO's right. WHO's wrong all right. For clarity here corey doctor you should know this isn't just any Jeremy. This is some regular Jeremy. This Jeremy is a is a big maximum fund supporter. He's the mayor of maximum fun town New York City. and He. He's slowly trying to take over this podcast. By submitting cases is five to ten times a day. And we've already heard from him. I think also between him and his partner. With regard to he would go into grocery stores and trim the vegetables before he took them. To pay and leave the trimmings. Grab a bunch of radishes is right and trim off all the radish lease is leave them for someone else to clean up. and. Then that and pay that amount obviously, very wrong on many many levels and judged extremely harshly maybe not even harshly enough. So you can tell this court is somewhat prejudice I should recuse myself. So I'M GONNA. Let Corey Dr Judge. This one, Solo. It's it's a no brainer..

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"john hodgman" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"John Hodgman dot com slash torture. You'll also see they're a reminder that. You can get the paperback of Medine status. Wherever? Books are sold or loaned. If you would like me to inscribe a copy to you to personalize a copy and sign it or just get a signed copy, you can always call up our friends at books are magic in Brooklyn Books Are Magic Bookstore in Brooklyn New York go to their website. You can call or order and have it be personalized. I'll be going there throughout the holiday season design and inscribed books for anyone who wants them and they ship. Now, just one more thing I, continue phone bank and text bank and be active and engaged in this very important election. As always. On Sunday I will be meeting up with the Democrats of Somerville and Listeners Zack to make phone calls to battleground states starting at three pm if you'd like to join us and watch me on zoom while I, do this and make a few calls yourself. It's a very friendly group. They offer training at the beginning of every session and you can join us by signing up for a shift at dot Li slash. Go get him Zach on Monday as always I'll be meeting up. With Listener Kelsey and her phone bank group that's calling. Voters in Wisconsin to recruit poll workers and poll observers. That's at five thirty PM central and you can sign up for that session at dot. Lee Go get him Kelsey. That's go get 'EM G. O. G.. M. K. L. E. Y.. And, again, it's very friendly group. Get online with them. You say, hi to everybody I give you a short training. If you've not done this before you start doing it and afterward y'all kind of decompress with each other and say that was fun or. That was amazing or the people hung up at all talk next time. Finally. We have a new bank that I'm going to be joining going to be joining Listener Melissa this Saturday the seventeenth. At noon normally, I'd take senator off. Off from everything, we all need time to decompress Listener Melissa wrote me and she's working with a phone bank that's calling voters in Pennsylvania to recruit poll workers poll observers than this is really important really important work to get a bulwark observers out there to keep as many polls open as possible so that people can vote safely as early as possible. So that's noon on Saturday, the seventeenth I'll be joining.

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"john hodgman" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"He does it all the time and that's not cool. I agree I mean it doesn't matter that he's laughing at it or not laughing if it was something that was not Gospel and he wasn't laughing at still was like, Hey, honey here's the thing you hate can I play this thing? You hate a lot it would still make a juror. But I don't see the point that I'm trying to make is. I seems to be pretty clearly not even Brent likes. This music can be genuinely liked it. Right. Then then you would have a point of discussion but he he enjoys it ironically, it's like for him it's the nineties or something he's enjoying it ironically. and and and it bothers his partner. So I am. A non religious person myself and in terms of my faith I have very little. Very little faith. But I will say that liking the thing ironically and hurting your partner is bad for your soul and earns you attornal damnation in the court of Judge John Hodgman. His on a sailboat that used to belong to Tina Weymouth I'm. GonNa. Get a connection to all of these talking heads. Let's take a quick break. When we come back, we'll hear about using smartphone maps with our guest corey doctor. You've reached Dr Game Show new. Year message after the BEEP. Hello this is Steve from Albany talking about my favorite podcast Dr Game. Show Dr Game Show is show where listeners submit their crazy ideas for game shows and the two hosts after play them, and they often bring in celebrities and small children to share in the pain hilarity. I might seem like Joe firestone has a contentious relationship with listeners, but that is only mostly true. She actually really respects us. It's a lot like lethal weapon or Joe is like Oh, listeners, you're all loose cannons you're out of control and we're like new firestone you to buy the book. You forgotten what it's like out there, and that's why I love the show. Listen to doctor game show and maximum for new episodes. Every other Wednesday..

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"john hodgman" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"Sleeping Cap, it has an embroidered on there. And we're going to make this product. I'm going to say I just ordered that product in my mind. So I'm one hundred percent all over I know because I still your dreams I knew you were gonNA order it. That's why you gotta get one. Going to. Sleeping Cap, and we're going to get up at the Max von Shop and it's going to say judge John Hodgman patented. DRM. Protected dream. Theft. Prevention device? It's a Faraday cage for your mind you go. Here's some from Savannah my husband Brent Plays Gospel Acapella. Quartet, music from the late nineteen, eighty s and early nineteen ninety s with relative frequency. Says he finds it funny. I think he actually really likes it. We're not religious I grew up as a preacher's daughter in a strict church where no musical instruments were allowed I hate hearing these songs they make me feel strangely claustrophobic he I should learn to laugh at them. I want the judge to order an injunction stating that Brent cannot play these songs over our shared house speakers and especially not in the car on road trips. Then in parentheses asked me about the Josh Grobian. I. Did I did request some information about the judge grow bannon's it didn't, and it's about as you would imagine, Corey. Essentially Savannah. Went on. Classic. Classic Romance. Brent Brenton Savannah were on a fourteen hour road trip. From Indiana Disaster Dakota and Brent meter listened to a josh grew and religious song over and over and over again and she found herself to be. Distracted and and. Frankly triggered by it and it was very uncomfortable for. So Corey let me ask you this question is a personal question. You religious person you believe in God or whatever of any kind? No I am irreligious are irreligious. Yes do you this is something of a leading a leading question? Do you think it's funny. To play. Sincere if somewhat. sappy or ridiculous. But sincere religious music. Over and over to laugh at in your house..

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"john hodgman" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"But but. If I lived at. All right. Fine. I'm living in your gated community. I've taken a look at your fire department but I think it's dumb. I don't think they're good at it. I'm hiring a private firefighter to live with me. That's the name of this Sitcom, my private firefighter, John Hodgman and his private firefighter play by Ronrico. By robbery. Sold in the room. Living together in a gated community just waiting for a fire to bust out the characters catchline. Thank you for your service. They slave. Short. Pass me the salt. Thank you for your service. Hit on this. Ip. Butter Rob Riggle says I did, and then you say, thank you for your service. Here's something from Rob Not Wriggle I seek to file suit against or maybe it's wriggled doesn't say that it's not wriggle. I've just presumed. It's not rob riggle. Regal here could be Rob Cordray who knows what Robert is? Probably, Rob Hugo I seek to file suit against my friend Tyler Tyler will not update software on his phone until the device forces him every time this happens he sends me a message complaining about an update that the general public received months and sometimes years before him his complaints are usually trivial like the position of a button being a farther reach for him. Now I, would like you to order him to update his phone software and stop making me relive a software update months after it happened. Rob Acknowledges that a software update is inherently traumatic and some of you don't want to relive. No matter what so called improvements are there it is like, why have you just changed my whole world around I'm just I just got used to having my thumb their. Cory what do you think? So. I think that he's right for the wrong reason. I mean keeping your software updated is like getting vaccinated because the problem with your phone being broken into not just what happens to you although that can be really horrific but also what happens to the people you communicate with and their data being compromised and the people who.

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"john hodgman" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"Welcome to the judge John Hodgman podcast I'm bailiff Jesse. Thorn were in chambers this week clearing the docket. And with me is Brooklyn. Zone judge. John. Hodgman. Brookline Brooklyn's own and also named town in Maine. That sounds like that I only live in certain places. Jesse don't ask me why I'm drawn to them. I like a place where the line is delineated by a brook or any body of water actually don't like if there's no river I'm not there anyway here I. Am I guess what? Jesse. Thorn. I'm not. GonNa keep talking because we've got an incredible guest to join us in our. Trademark Mix as we determined before, we started recording our trademark mix of Camaraderie and pettiness. Please welcome Jesse Thorn and listeners to judge John Hodgman incredible corey doctor. Oh Hi, cory. Hi John Hi Jesse Hi, Jennifer. It's so great to be here. It's great to have you folks if you don't know doctor, you've done some things wrong in your life, but it's fine. Corey is an author. An Electric Freedom Frontier Zeman Digital rights activists. A really fun smart and Funny Guy. He was one of the editorial team at boing boing for a long. Boeing Boeing one of the judge John Hodgman favorite favorite websites, and you may remember Corey doctoral as the author of one of the very nicest reviews I've ever gotten for anything I've ever written in his review of vacation land and medallion status to books that I wrote. So. This is a spy magazine to call log rolling in our time, but it is genuine affection with which we. Appreciation which we ask Corey to join us today greasy author of a whole bunch of novels you should read them all. He's got one just came out yesterday called attack surface, which is part three in the little brother. Series is that correct gory? It is correct. It is the third little book, but it's a standalone novel for adults so you can read it even if you have read, the other two pitches should read the other cool and and and what is it all about the attack surface so attack surface like little brother is a techno thriller and what sets it apart from most of the rest of the genre. Is that instead of treating computers as metaphors, the way that novels and Congress does intrigues computers as actual things that have capabilities and limitations and finds the story lines that are laying there, and it's a book about a young woman who spent her whole life being.

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"john hodgman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"And I'm going to say this right now love to love that scene. It's a little it's really jar into the. Well, even love MAURICE Lamarche. Yeah. Love the brain the brain. But it is the brain. But it is. So it is such a bit. Yes. Yeah. That it it doesn't feel right. And those give it a weird sort of mythic wait to it feels other worlds. Yes. Every other night, right? Right. But but to not really does look like worse than wells in the mannerism. Acting. It's not just what he looks. Member Weiwei's lip when I was watching the first because Orson Welles was a very specific way sitting in a bar working on a working on getting Don Quixote, right? No. He he'd always bring a fill light. Someone was I was talking to someone in frozen peas who worked on one of the mission impossible movies. And they said Tom Cruise fan comes up to. We'll always stop take the picture with him. But will make a lighting guy running and hold up like akilah, really? Yeah. Fucking pro. Because he's a pros. Give them a good photo. He knows his ankles coming here and just three quarters right here. Absolutely. Probably wants the other people to look. Good too. Right. Yeah. Boy, it's not often that people last for a photo with me. But no, not maybe. Yeah. You're usually right. Went on tour like when I'm on tour for judge John Hodgman meet and greet after and then they'll be some photographs. Sure people just like, I I feel very happy that I've spent some time in front of the camera. So I know a little bit of how light works because people have no idea the back light themselves. All the time all the time. Yeah. Yeah. Inside baseball. Like, I've told the story about how do you feel about the fact that Vincent offer you as the kingpin is currently the acting attorney general United States. See, that's okay, that's a controversial conflict of interest. Donald Trump to choose Vincent. An offering a humane clue though, the king, right as whatever the fuck. His name is Whitaker. What I find funny about this like at it's uncanny. I'm not talking about like, Bella, go see looks like this chiropractor. Funny about this at the time. We're recording Matt Whitaker is acting Eiji AG by the time is up. So it comes out who knows even odds that Wilson Fisk is actually. Shutout pitch like, it will be literal marvel super village, listen, I heard actors to crush the spider. Still to man will be head of Aker culture. Sure. I like stilt me booed high school was the high school. Jersey was where the misfits recorded their first album walk among us, right which references a lot of these films. Yes, Mrs have Edward song. New Jersey is famous for being the only a city in the United States America that actually is located entirely within one boot. Right. It's an old boot in river. Yeah..

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"john hodgman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"And then there's a bad explosion, the moon gets kicked out of orbit. Oh, dear rattling through the cosmos. Still we're still circling the moon. No earth is left behind. Okay. It's not very signed. Because they're gonna get the moon back to earth when they should've figured out. Oh earth is finished. We're done. You know, the story about Jerry Anderson pitched Landau space nineteen ninety nine right? No. I do not know it. Yes. Landau to come. Visit him on the Thunderbirds set. And he was like it's going to be like this. It's this show. You'll be the leading man voicing it. But it's going to be all puppets and land said pull the strings in the lower body. My name's Griffin Newman, pull the strength. But they got pulled pulled those three dream three. What's your name David Simpson? Sorry, splaying check with was so horrified by your joke that I was like trying to resend maliciously scary joke. This podcast demography directors who have massive success early on in their career and giving the series of blank checks. Make whatever crazy passion projects they want like would. Yes, timber at this point is firmly in this sort of one for me one for them mode. But but all his ones for me were also very expensive in major studio lecture. And this was the first one where he really had to fight to make a movie that seemed aggressively uncut. Marshall. And what's right? He was like such a big popular studio filmmaker he had like somehow made these various teric interests of his intellect very mainstream things. Right. You're saying like Edward Scissorhands. No one's going to say like, oh, that's a surefire bucks off a success. And then it was right? Right. Right. Right. So this I guess he could be like, well, no one thought Edward Scissorhands would work this will work. Yes. Yeah. People go to see would. But like no one wants to make this fucking movie. No and did poorly. But it's my hair of his it's one of my favorite movies of all time. It's also surpri-. I didn't realize it was a bomb. It was until I was I was a grown-up became out. I'm very old, man. Where did you see John Hodgman John Hodgman ski s John Hodgman Hodgman the honor bullets the judge John Hodgman podcast coasts star of the ticks to home. God. Hey, cred Newman you're like the big hosting now. I'm going to check sometime sometime. In two thousand nineteen. I really figuring heavy for their premier date. No, no. I've heard conflicting rumors. Okay. You know, what's good quarter one to nineteen when you hear conflicting thing. I love it. I'm caressing. Caressing? I haven't been losing sleep four months. How you get your sleep?.

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"john hodgman" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"John Hodgman his podcast is out there much like the truth in the X files. You can get it somewhere. We also have weird ammonium Oni. Tony is with you know, the. I can teach you. Yes, I bet. And then I do a comical thing where I put the the letters of the wrong order, and I run out of time because the song ends at a certain point before I could get that seems like the funny part. I don't know why you saying the first part. Oh, well, I wanted to give people flavor for it. Okay. Chettle? Listen, what is the channel by the way? People get to it. Because you you said you wish people called you weird money alimony, Tony. Yes. The channel is entitled please. I beg of you. Call me weird Mody alimony, Tony. These are my YouTube videos of songs that I've put funny words to okay, and you own this, Shirley, no one out there listening. We'll be able to. Well, I here's what I think. The problem is is that it's all what word. It's so easy to get one letter off. Yeah. To forget the whole enter, you know, that's me. That's why these things like Google. It's easy. Google ceesay. Hey, you sound like. Clear your throat again. Single. All right. Well, we need to get to our next guest. He is I've been hyping them up here for a dog's age here. But he is of course, odds and ends man, which I don't exactly know what that is. But welcome to the show Rupert sharp pillow. Scott fellas thinks much love to be in the show boil boy, what a thrill it's a are thrilled. This is John Hodgman. Hey, how are you? We also have fan of you podcast. Thank you, the judge John Hoffman podcast. I'll know that. What I don't know check AB. It's not you that. I'm listening to the podcast. I like, but you seem like a good guy the acid to lock the gates at the beginning. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's not like, I know a lot about you and your taste in guitar riffs. My man, I'm thinking of and it's my side hustle. This is weird Omonia Loney tone. Yes. Yes. Oh, what a what a I am big name. I don't know the names of the different politic. Pretty big name. You could just call L ability. Tony of hey, that's the kind of guy like casual no heirs about you. Casual people have cat hate. I hate formality like people with nicknames. Sure. I love it. Because those people they tend to be relaxed. Yes. Get offended in this country. These days. You don't like this whole PC culture. You know, just sit a lot about the modern age bothers me a lot about the modern age. Yeah. That's right. Things are going in the wrong direction and Trump supporter, by the way, not a political guy. I feel like I'm heading down that road by accident..

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"john hodgman" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"john hodgman" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Clearly reliable. I've just gives you both of you. I'll be the lobby of you was bleeding green. This doubt. All right. John Hodgman is year. One of our favorite guests. Do. Hello. I'll be back later. Hello to pick me up before. Simpson's. It's so good to see you, John. You're one of our favorite guests in as far as I know you have nothing to promote his favorite hosts. Well, I I've only the same things to come on this show, and they're like I wanna come on a certain week because I got this thing I got to talk about liking. I'm in town. I was in town for a wedding. And I was missing. Did. You get married. What's that? Did you hit Mary? I don't love paying. Albany course, your Alabama. Yes. I got married again. Wow. Wouldn't it have you ever met? Anyone who had a secret family? I am person with a secret fantasy warr. Yes. I met anyone else's what I guess what? I don't travel in circles. Really? So the people who have secret families, there's sort of like message boards. Connect to talk about the issues of like, oh, I tried. I this way secret in the name. Point I rule of secret families. My secret family is a lovely couple that lives here in Los Angeles. Okay. No wonder you hear all that. I stay with when I used to have work here. I began spending more time with this family. This lovely young childless start as a roommate situation, and then just their friends, and I was tired of spending money. So I thought I would stay with with friends and money men like you get a bunch of it. Yeah. And then suddenly you're like, I gotta give some of it to this person. Some of it to this person. Hell of you listening. Magic the new studios. Here are lovely but need some working to exactly insulation problem. John Hodgman, you know, him from such things as his own podcast judge. John Hodgman podcast available. Sean Hoffman podcast. The Han judgment podcasts shot. I Mun John chess. On. I. Podcast on. I like why was that ever a thing? Because like a who who's on first? And what's what's on? These are not named. No. Of course. You know what? I mean. It's like out of this become a thing where people were confused like, oh, that's so funny that he's confused by what? Well, vaudeville time dumb and vaudeville times. Also, they loved I think they appreciated the craft of it the word play will. It's not even wordplay though. Because these are not names. I who who could be construed as a name. Right. But what what time base? Would you say second base? Would you say? And who's on third base? No. I don't know. I don't know. See that's base on third day. I know that should be detection it exactly naturally. That's really homerun. That's exactly right. Real double up field goal that judge Sean Hoffman. And. You say you're in town for a wedding. I was in town. I was in Tennessee, a friend get married, and then I came back to visit my secret family. You did watch this friend get married. I witnessed it you. You saw your own too. I made it legal the very act of you witnessing it legal sign any sort of documents. Or I signed thing at the hotel authorizing. Okay. That's that makes it a legal wedding. No, I was not officiating you have a -ficiating wedding previously for my friends, Jean grey and qualley Kris. Okay. And it was the only one that you've ever done because you know, as judge John Hodgman, my podcast comes out often dot org. Lots of people because I'm a fake internet judge. Yes. Fans of the show. And there are if you will who are getting married. We'll sometimes say will you preside at our wedding say absolutely not a I'm not working for free for you. And be your wedding is not a joke. Right. And were they it serious were they to pay you entry to seriously? Would you be in the market? Well, then someone said that once on the podcast as well. And then someone reading that I wasn't joking when I asked you, and I can pay you some money some anytime anyone says I can pay you some money. It was a fairly generous all the money, right?.

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