17 Burst results for "John Maggio"

"john maggio" Discussed on The gamingfixx1's Podcast

The gamingfixx1's Podcast

07:39 min | 5 d ago

"john maggio" Discussed on The gamingfixx1's Podcast

"So there are a lot of that is low as there's a fair amount of exploration. But What I notice is through the whole thing it does guide you to the goal pretty well through the environment. I did not notice any sort of like Oh my God where do I go? Moments at least not human any are in the game. So I am only a on to about half hours or so. but you could check that loan out. Everyday Act Gaming Techs at sixty for the first future, I'm probably going to play through this one pretty. a game I one of the other games I played this week was cup had I know heather has watch me play that I'm not are you familiar with that offer? Yes I am So I thought that was pretty cool I like the the retro look of it. It looks pretty fun and it's a pretty hard game, right? Oh absolutely edit it can get Clayton gre adding. So What Cup had is for those that may not be familiar with this game is is a game I sort of similar to your td platforms, Mario and stuff the this one is almost all focus on boss fights and it's a running gun game like Contra. Is A good example And so the story is that you play Lighter Cup hat or. You get into the debt with the doubling king. Dice at casino and you have to go around beating up all of these residents who had a casino debt. So each. Level basically is a boss flight that is inspired by old school cartoons like we're talking nineteen thirties cartoons. So a lot of inspiration from Popeye, Betty boop olds a lot of old school cartoons that are like. Totally should know but I don't. And or melon merrie melodies lot of it really looks like. It does because obviously cut if you look at the the lower half, them cut head and Mug man our Mickey. Right And it is a really tough game because all of these bosses basically you're shooting at them and you have to recognize patterns to dodge stuff for the most part, but you can only be hit three times. So it very much is in that old school kind of Contra way where you hit once your debt. and. You basically have two opportunities to make mess up in his in these flights and once you get hit a third time that's it and If, you're not okay with constantly dying I would not recommend this game. But if you like a really really good old school game challenge that is fair I would. That's how I would distract pep. A fair and accurate description of head from what I've seen of not only yourself playing that game. But I've also seen other people in the past those cup head does been out for a while as a title that has been around for a while, but that's not the spirit edge is. Its quality and it's it's actual It's it's great qualities. In terms of you know playability I would say that you learn a lot of patients with that game and you learn. To test your limits as far as. How? How far you're willing to bill in order to make your goal or reach the ball in the Run to put up with before throwing the controller against the wall. Exactly how much put up before you reach plant That's that's a great title figure out for. No I'm just kidding with but Cup head is also something that I've known about. For Awhile I, just haven't played it because lawn access to. The equipment to play it was not available for myself too. I'm not that good of a Gamer and I don't think I really have that much patience to probably play it up for the long run or long haul in order to get through all levels. From what I've seen a lot of people playing and dying over and over constantly. It looks of your any but it does look fun I will say that. So that's one of the other titles I lynch this week. In Alaska matching obviously there's a whole bunch of stuff that I'd try it. Okay. So one of the one shots on critical pop this we cut went up a couple of days ago. It was this thing called double kick heroes. Double Kick Heroes is a Zombie rhythm game. Where you are on your? A band, the metal band, Les Very Much In. Like. Eighty eighties bad. It's Arrhythmia into our Gersh shots against the zombies are time to the salt. Level is its own individual psalm and you get more power with your guns and you better. He more consistent you are with rid. is is absolutely hilarious. And the basic thing is this is this Tutti. You've got the band playing on the back of this opening like Cadillac, where the drummer's setup with two gigantic guidelines and he's drunk driving out in you have the Psalm on the left side chasing the car, and if they catch up to the car, you get hit. And you can get hit like three times in. So. One of the funnier things I played this week I did finish ears or for. Last week which really enjoyed that I thought it ended way too early as far as developing in the actual story. And I was a little disappointed in A. Light just how small state seem to be or how small team to be compared to. How much of a threat the locust which are the main enemies endures for actually come back would. I didn't feel we got a lot of story to tells in what was actually going on. It was still fun adventure Romp Real Years War world not to mention seeing Marcus Banter with his son which Marcus is played by John Maggio police bender, and like hundreds of other major characters So it's always cool to have a you know the voice of Bender Action and the character of Marcus is hilarious. He hates when people destroyed destroys estimate..

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"john maggio" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast

The Pascal Show Podcast

09:43 min | 3 months ago

"john maggio" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast

"No one knew no one knew you really looked at up. You don't have. Because he, he played a character everybody. Everybody accepted Cleveland as Cleveland. On that show you know what I'm saying? So right, you know it's. It's a little different. When you're putting white person. You know when you got white person to white people playing in trying to play Queen and slim and then by the way. By the weight Queen Is Slam. They were just them. There was no big urbanizing them. There was no swagger of any type. They were just because that movie was really good I'm sorry you gotta go see it, but they were just to black people. Dealing with some BS, there was no like we gotTA. We gotta make a more straighten. We gotta get a wise. We gotta make them more quote unquote black now they're already black. So the conversations that they had. The way they. The way they talk, and how they interacted with each other was completely different. You know so. You know this wasn't no boys in the hood type of stuff. This wasn't menace to society type of type of. Attitude and approach things. It was completely different. You know what I'm saying. But like I said like. How. We portray how at voice actors portray those particular characters is very important, but I also think it also goes down to not only the communication that the actor has with not only the active with the director, but it's also the voice that they have. is also the conversation and the dialogue that they have. With the writer's room as well. And I think that if you have the right type of actor or the right type of person. Behind it. Behind that voice or behind that character. That's a very self aware of what they're doing. Not, just trying to secure the bags. They're very aware of what they're doing. What the hell they're portraying! This particular character then there needs to be communication all around. So in a way. I don't think that these actors need to step down in a way. I understand that like the cancel. Cultures blazing through and people are trying to right some wrongs in all that unfortunately there will be casualties within this wave of this CA- canceled culture but I. do feel that if they are sitting there going. Hey, I want to have like we need have an open dialogue with the writer's room and the director to make sure that these things are very fair. And that these jokes aren't just racist jokes every time. I'm telling you right now. I watch family guy all the time. And they make jokes about Cleveland. All the time. And it's a lot of race related jokes. Now if the actor voicing that person or the actor that's voicing the Cleveland was able to speak up. Or if the writer's room maybe has some black voices, voice writers in their a sorry have some script writers in that room. Then maybe these jokes would not be what they are, and they're small jokes, but as always a reminder that Cleveland is black. Every single time. Those kind of things need to stop. And if that voice actor would actually step up and say, can we? Can we just have this Cleveland character now be doing all. These race jokes all the time. Could he not be the same? Davis junior of this situation Kinney not beat the butt of all these jokes. Can we throw these drugs back at them for just for you know what I'm saying, something. Then I think that the the approach and the appreciation would be completely different, so you're saying it's about intention. Yeah, yeah. It's text. A. Vocal vocal depiction of somebody at the intention is okay, but then we were just talking about how the intention of black face doesn't matter. Right so like I seen like the line. I can understand why people can be furious about it and I understand like why other people are still like? Oh, it should be fine. But intention for one versus intention other I guess they're just there hasn't been A. a negative depiction of really I mean I guess vocal actors. I haven't. There hasn't been like a straight up like just racist rant in a show you know from from a white actor playing a black. Order or something like that whereas with black-faced in history, there has been a whole bunch of negative connotations around it so obviously intentioned matters in general. But you're the look at the bigger picture I assume. So that's but yeah, I mean it's. You know with trump saying that you know it doesn't matter where you go to college now and at the big jobs looking towards skill and voice acting as skill, and it is interesting to say that Oh well now you're you're. Limiting here selection of pool voice actors to be able to play a role. Will you find the right voice? You know in in in that. That is a good question because you know. Here, it is there are plenty of black actors out there or people of color. Out there that are looking for work. Clearly. There's a know. There's plenty of very talented voice actors out there as well. Black people of color voice actors. That are. Looking, for work. So. I'm not saying that they couldn't. Like, say, a black actor, black voice actor couldn't play a white guy. In a in a cartoon. You know what I'm saying. A you know what I'm saying. I'm not I'm not I'm not trying to throw. You. Know you know what I'm saying I feel like there should be more opportunities for people of Color for sure. But I feel like those staple parts have already been done. Have already been established. You know create some more characters. Bring those other characters on. Bring that. Make them prominent characters on on a show. Make sure that those voices are people of Color. You. See what I'm saying, right? Time! What do you think ever said anything much yet? I mean I think. I think with voice acting. It's a tough situation. I'm kind of with you that. The, if the character's already been established as being voiced by a white actor and being voice, respectfully, not in a way that's. Playing it up. I think you know if people are okay with it. Let that continue, but going forward I think Animated. Black characters voiced by a black actors, but at the same time. I watched a a documentary last year I. Forget what it was called, but it was about voice acting and they they touched on this subject of you know white characters, voicing black actors and. One of the. They interviewed a I. Forget his name, but he he was a black voice actor, and he said basically you know we're all just doing crazy voices on everything. I'm voicing a duck today tomorrow. I'm going to be voicing a Rabbit in Oh i. This is you know this is our sandbox? We play around with voices and voice work. any I forget it may may have been John Maggio, who voices bender? But he also voices other characters on it, but The the black. Voice Actor said basically the. I think as John. Joe John Says John Dimaggio was a white actor who voices black characters better than most black actor, and it's something along those lines, and he was like he does it respectfully. And you know he does it in a funny way. That's not offensive, but I don't know I mean. I. I think going forward. Definitely, characters should be cast. You know especially in this time, but. Like Hank very who voices Apu I think you know I don't think he realizes what he was doing was hurtful to Indian. People and I think if you're a voice actor, you get very connected to that role, and you know as with any actor, you have to totally empathize and sympathize with the role. You're playing. and. He's been playing that role since one thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight, eighty, nine a minute. Yeah, and you know. I, mean obviously there are. Parts of that I'm sure very hurtful to Indian people the thank you come again. You know the kind of plane up that aspect of it, but I mean you look at an episode like were Lisa becomes vegetarian, and it's pretty respectful of Indian culture and. Hinduism and you know there are a lot of people learned about Hinduism you know at a young age from the simpsons through Apu and now is it always been done correctly? Is it always been done right? Probably, not an obviously, not I mean. It's offended a lot of people but..

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"john maggio" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:52 min | 3 months ago

"john maggio" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Comic Con so today I'll bring you. The press line interviews from that event now that the movie is showing in selected cities in the US and Canada. And I up is actor Augie Duke. Who spoke to with that New York comic? I augie. We met in New York. Okay. Oh thank you. So. Tell me the big knights arrived. And how does it feel comic non? From being. I feel excited. I need to go up the stairs and it's like a bunch of people and. I'm really happy for the snow in. The indie film that plan. UNVEILED ALBUM Shot for more exciting unlike. A little nervous. A bunch of watching it. On the screen with a bunch of people, it'll be cool. I guess you could say absolutely. Yes show. As for as have you seen the entire thing or not so I loved IT I. Am I supposed to say yes, or no, I did. Yes I have seen a screening and I was actually I was super impressed. Because I like watching myself and I'm a big going only so I am actually. GonNa. Watch it right. You'RE GONNA. Watch it I'm going to be here. I I'm here from the whole thing tonight. Now. Let's see okay. Great again. Doll and I'm sure I'll see you later onto the. Next up is Cameron Deane Stewart who plays Matt Clark in the Phil. Cameron I am Tony. I I actually covered these these guys when they were just had a graphic novel. If you, other cast mates in New York. And it was great and you know the second abandoned I know I know of new. York I. Know I. Know Especially, not guy running line to not. Oh, yeah, he. He's a good kid. He's a good kid needs to keep. We kept the check sometimes, but he's a good kid. So how does this all? Has It sunk in yet I? Mean after you guys filmed and here we are well. We wrapped shooting. About a year ago, I would say it's. It seems like it seems like it hasn't been that long because it's. We've all been busy and said. But we kept in touch, which has been amazing, but to see to see it come to fruition. I see it's a movie now. We feel that and now it's it's complete, which is incredible? Is this like your first comic con. Experience. I went I went last year. This is a much bigger ordeal it's. It's neat to have the movie premiering here this place to do it. Absolutely and I've never done a movie with that search been based on a comic before votes attorney Yeah it's neat I mean. To screen the graphic novel, there's a shot behind you. That's right out of the graphic novel. Right there and it's like you know to see come alive. It's really it's. It's kind of Freaky, but it's cool to at the same time. No, it is. Far in the book as like much longer blonde hair, right? But, so we we actually I? Did you know we lighten my hair a little bit for the role it was it was so cool, no matter what because I felt like I. Feel like everyone made. The cast was incredible. I can yeah. Good young actor, what are those guys as directors? Put Him on the spot a little bit mat. Incredible with I mean the creator of the Book Royal What they want from it, you know they know the characters in the story so I. Don't think you can get much better than that. Somebody who knows video backwards and forwards. And it's spyder. Those sets I know were incredible amazing, however, if I can one need to set like that I would be honored I have no idea who who who the mastermind behind building the set, but to shake their hand credible. Yeah, it's great to see to see joy yourself. You guys have earned it. Thank you. Following Matt is Alley Faulkner who plays TRICIA will. Alley right. Did. We meet in new. York. New York comic con okay. You weren't there, okay. I'm Tony I've been covering this as. A. Graphic novel before was A. And now to see it with all of you goes characters traffic. I mean. Have you broadcast to all this? Shooting and here you are and timber well. Yeah, it's great i. mean like with any film. You know you start just just for working so hard every day from Atlanta process of building the characters script Sione. Really. From auditioning for the role in building the character. Slow working on the project and then yeah, it's just great to see for all of the CAST members turned out to be such good friends I mean we were so well together and to be all together as Much. That magic thing. You can't bottle raw chemistry. Exactly where we're actually. So. What was it like to play on? I mean they look. They were pretty elaborate. Sets more. Beautiful Trauma to the which is great, the Fans I love that. But you know they're not always comfortable as they look in your lying on a wet ground. Sprinklers and the set looks gorgeous though. It's going to be. This is the first time you're going to see the entire film. I actually have seen that I. Haven't seen on the big. Audience exactly Yes yes. So little nervous. You know you're not really nervous. I actually think that low. Really receive it well, my brother and my sister here. Taking so nice to meet you. Next up is a guest Andrew Caldwell. Who Stars in Randy Cunningham Ninth Grade Ninja for Disney xt. Guy Following TORONTO I guess we're pretty excited. We just saw the sizzle reel of our show first time during the Toronto Panel, which was unbelievable. A huge fan I'm also fantasy. Microphone your. Oh! That is impressive. It just makes you sound real. Good look so official so impressed by this vote. Everybody always says it's great. It's great great. So how many episodes of so far so far we are on our fiftieth episode. which is great because we're going into our series full season done. In the shows great, we have ten periods to show megamall alley. Schwartz John Maggio Kevin Michael Richardson I. Mean All the big names in animation. Are there so? Rookie in that part of the business? It's pretty nice. That's good hands. Bad School, so when we start seeing it starts in September. Sometime in September. The more episode of the long it takes to do it, so it's never a bad problem, but soon and eventually on DVD eventually absolutely on. DVD, it's Disney dry. It'll be. All over the place. Best of luck with that looking forward to it. Thank you? And back to the cast interviews. Amanda alk. Who Plays Prim and proper? Hi Tony Tomato. Nice here. What do you feel like? We were at the moment here? A little overwhelming I'm going to be honest, but I just love it. I think this is so much viacom I could see. Amazing people mark. Over there and Over there, so it's it's cool. What are you working on these? Shooting in about a month, called instance AIDS shooting. One of the other. Members Shell Ryan. So it's GonNa. Be a lot of fun. For swelled. Hands.

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"john maggio" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

The No Limits Selling Podcast

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"john maggio" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

"You certainly have to think about every prospects paying you <hes> you know. How much are you going to get if you make that one sale at the end and then divide to buy that out by how many attempts it takes to get that sale and know that every time you go for coffee and every time you you you have a meeting it has value <hes> you know in fact if you're making two thousand dollars and it takes you twenty meetings to get a sale put on a dollar building her pocket touch it every time you walk into the sale. Put a smile on your face gives you a sense of accomplishment. Keeps your head and my makeup how i'm built like my purpose in life is to help people get to the next level and so when i'm networking that's what i'm doing is helping people and it just keeps the the passionate live. Oh i agree with that. I think back to what you're saying. I think a lot of people don't move or get frozen because they're they're nervous to have anxiety anxiety is huge and a lot of people come to me and they say john <hes>. You know you're doing this great. I said well did you know. I couldn't leave my house for twenty years you know because i was stricken with anxiety so bad that i couldn't go. This is the first time i've ever been in two thousand of my life. You cannot tell when you see you. Accept that twitching your i._r._a. We suddenly thinly <hes> had to start this company michelle on my my sister and i and my anxiety was so bad. I submitted myself to the hospital on a novelist bliss well. I am proud of you for doing that. 'cause that's should be an inspiration for people because that anxiety is not must go assisting zaidi <hes> you're made of stars you're amazing and all that stuff is bullshit but because for the person going through it it is more than real step through and do it anyway. I think they've got a word for that and that word is courage. I appreciate that it is very real. Very physical. Buckle overpaying over pain occurs in your stomach. <hes> what ends up happening in an anxiety attack as your body starts to shut down to protect itself mentally as if you were in a bad car accident a lot of people say what can you remember member now. I can't remember and one of the first things that happens. You start dumping either. You gotta throw up. You've got to use the restroom and eventually yo hyperventilating pass out man by the body starts in. It's not like you think you're going to die. It's you know you're gonna die which is a different level of kinesthetic experience so leaving vingt behind <hes>. Let me ask you this question. Tell me about the dumbest mistake you made and what you learn from it. It could be in the networking arena business arena doing this podcast other than this. Tell me what the doves thing done. I just circle back to that. Health problem. I was having is the i was misdiagnosed. I thought i had stomach problems yeah and and when i finally went through to get help it turns out. I need a little teeny bit of serotonin and i'm i'm like the rest of us you know so i think one of the eh the biggest mistakes that one could make is not moving your feet. You know don't don't settle don't stop and they say make the big goals. I'm just saying there's go outside and do something because every time you get off the couch magic happens absolutely and i think one of things that i teach is okay wayne wayne you fail which we all will the reason i brought up that you know tell me about failure is when people see successful people they always look at the accomplishment and dan but behind that accomplishment is a lot of failure to get there and the difference between people that are super successful and people that are not is the ability to rebound around from that failure and one of the ways to do that is soon as you brush yourself off say okay. Where am i going and what is does smallest step. I can take in that direction shen and if you say doorstep that's too difficult what's the smallest epoca ticket and just that little bit of movement like you said just step out of the house is enough momentum to get to the next step and do the next step and if you get scared on the ten step and you come back in that's okay you did ten steps tomorrow. You'll do eleven. It's very very scary out there. Is you know we gotta really watch offer distractions and i'm going to go right back to what you were saying about. The failures in the first distractions are the kind of just like <hes> negative get if thought stay away from negative people another type. He's still come see me. I know right <hes> another type of distraction if you if you don't appreciate it i like the take takeoff your phone but another distraction is <hes> people always on their phones facebook <hes> or they're distracted and conversation and they're really avoiding the main purpose or their main goals goals. <hes> i write a book here that the worst type of distraction are the productive distractions meaning. I'll i'm doing social the media <hes> writing reports. I'm doing extra work for clients by. I didn't finish the book you know. Why didn't you finish the book. Well you know i'm doing this. I'm doing not the real reason why i hadn't finished the book because right after the book is a book tour right after the book tour is we're going to have the success with local marketing summit in annapolis november six wchs so i think that the fear of the accomplishment was preventing me from focusing on the end goal and i was being distracted in distracting myself self and saying oh well this is good and rationalizing is decisions. Yeah this is good. This is all look at the social media. Look at this website. Look at these things that i've created rationalizing actually and then the words i really brilliant ditzy rationalize believable lies that we convince ourselves but just going back to writing a book for those of you listening to this that have have not written a book writing a book is is hard the first time you get to an editor their ruthless evil satanic people and it just crushes your soul and you go through all all the pain the blood sweat and tears and you write your book and you know what that's the easy part then comes marching the book which is one hundred times more challenging than the writing but if you can write a book do it because it's a it's a major accomplishment like to thank you right. How many do you have to got got to and third. One is <hes> is coming. I feel like i have to write another one. I've already started me because once you get in the ring to defend the belt yup yup right a lot of people write one book. Let's ride more than one and become an actual author. <hes> the next book is called finding a tribe. I love that yeah and <hes> there's a four chapters laid out <hes> the tower versus. The pyramid is one of them. <hes> let there be light is a gratitude <hes> chapter <hes> the hyperactive networker is another chapter and the twelfth touches but not inappropriate edges. I see they're going to get a sale or are you going to jail yep so tell me about the expo expo- before we kind of wind this thing up today. We're going to have the super bowl of networking and arlo county nights. There hasn't been a lot of big events like this county before. We're gonna have some great national speakers. Come in you being one of them. Thank you so much for coming and we're gonna have a very big day of inspiration. It's it's gonna be the jordan institute at the annual medical center nice yeah so we run enough the entire selma floor and it's a beautiful overlook annapolis the <hes> featured sponsor the answer is burgers and bands for suicide prevention excellence a big thing <hes> especially in our area so a portion of every tickets go towards that and i've scholarship ship twelve thousand dollars worth of tickets to the city of annapolis excellent <hes> to the city annapolis for at risk young adults. This is going to be a life changing event and i'm so happy you're part of it. Thank you very much for inviting me and thanks for this conversation. It's it's amazing. You get something as simple as networking and each time you dig into you. Learn something new so thank you for that. I really appreciate it have a great day and we'll see at the summit looking forward to.

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"john maggio" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

The No Limits Selling Podcast

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"john maggio" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

"Today i have the privilege of having john zhou. He is as the leader of networking in annapolis helping business owners connect and grow their businesses john welcome to the program. Thank you so much rather midday you john marketing is the easiest thing to do in the world badly. I know i have the scars to prove it and really difficult to you. Get it right and a lotta people. Try and do it themselves and they do it badly. They waste money and they weaken their brand. Why don't you tell us you know your philosophy on how to market and how to get people to actually engage with you and eventually become customers when we go to networking events and when we're out in around town. There's a lot of people that do the same thing. <hes> for example is a lot of real estate agents. There's a lot of financial advisers so the same kind of people the same type of bit yes same type of a proxy services that they sell. Oh yes <hes> lot of peers competitors so in order to do that. You really need to work on <hes> some personal branding absolutely and i think a lot of people are still stuck in night <hes> that traditional advertising mode where it's coupons <hes> ads when they really need to be talking about the the who they are not the what they're selling absolutely because i think everybody knows is even the old school salespeople and you that you buy from the person it's not about the product it's about the person and and we forget that when we go to do things and get caught up in it's all about the product and if it's a commodity you're dead. Oh i know that's absolutely true <hes> so we work on. I have a little <hes>. I have a book actually that just came out and it's called a success with this called success with local marketing and it's a book that goes over <hes> very basic but very basic but everybody can do networking techniques. Let me just pause you right now. If you take a sports team that's struggling <hes> and the new manager comes in the first thing they always say is. We're going back to the basics because we need to get that right in order to achieve so yeah you're talking about you know the basics of networking so walk me through it the way that we start our networking group uh-huh some groups thirty seconds some groups give sixty. You can take all day if you like but nobody's listening after seconds though is that nobody just after eight seconds i know right but it's because it's true a lot of people were so focused and worried about what they're gonna say they're they're at home perfecting their pitch and and what really needs to happen is we need to take action. Yes we need to get out there and practice. There are no failures was only experiences like there was this one guy selling <hes> symmetry plots and he gets up and says you know my name's say john smith. I saw permanent real estate which is totally funny and people remember. I don't remember the guy's space but i remember his line just personal branding and it carries through and sit right back down because nobody remembers <hes> so you know you open with your name. You ask a question a problem that you already know the answer to you. Give solution you say your name again and you sit down and you can do that. Nate seconds and you can do that in eight seconds. When i introduced myself at one of those events i always just use my first name for a couple of reasons number one that who cares about my last last name anyway unless you're a cop in which i'm not guilty and number two if i become your friend. I hope you're gonna call me oumar. Not don't mr needs go hi. My name is thurston. Howell the third get really that's true right after i say nobody's listening i tell people to save their breath for the coffee that you guys are going to have next week and i encourage my entire group to have one one on one call fits with each other and not for fun but for funds meaning every ten or fifteen coffees they end up with a new lead <hes> new generated business or at least a no referral absolutely and fifteen grave relationships and one of the things i think about is that <hes> a lot of times when people want to have coffee with you one helps. The relationship gets stronger but often. It's a waste of time because there is no purpose to the meeting and sometimes i'm not sure it's the right advice or not <hes>. Is you know if i've met you at a networking event. John and i know the business you're in. You're you're putting on this great expo coming up <hes> then i had a good idea who you wanna meet and who'd be useful for you to meet that i know so one of the things i do is say john we should have coffee together and by the way i have three connections for you that can help you grow your business and that makes it worth your while to dot com and it also allows me to be helpful and i think that's one of the underpinnings of networking is not so much what you can do for me obviously want to grow our business but if i can help view <hes> i get brownie points from you and the person i connected you with <hes> i agree with that and we're trying to build pyramids here or not towers everybody so fast a race to the top of the sales tower being that class office but you know what when you stand up straight and your feet are really close together. You can push over pretty easily you know but if you spread your legs a little bit and take a stance and build referrals still strong relationships around you and get ready for the impacts of the economy. You're going to outlast a lot of the sales people that were racing the top. I'm going to come back to and towers because i think it's important <hes> i was at a meeting today. It's a gentleman by the name of fred diamond iran's the institute for excellence awesome sales excellent and he was just talking about a referral he had a bunch of people he met with on a regular basis and he categorize them as the these people. We'll send me business. These people are just in the friends <hes> they're never going to send me business but i like them and i like helping them and connecting with them and one of the people from that list eight years after he met her and they'd have lunch. You know once a month with the group. She gave him his biggest client he ever had because he kept that relationship up now now without the what are you gonna give me kind of attitude. It was more like i like you what connecting and so sometimes that patients and collaboration and just giving is his huge. One of the biggest complaints is how long it takes for network in the really work and honestly six to twelve months minimum absolutely in the question cnn. Is you know what do you mean by for it really work and for some people it's like i wanna go get as many business cards as possible and tell l. as many people about what i do and you've seen those people and networking events and it's like if i had holy water. I would sprinkle it at that moment. That's what i wrote the book for those people exactly because because <hes> you know you got a lot of people that come in and they're shot out of a cannon but they fizzle out pretty quickly because they're not getting any results because nobody's really providing any step-by-step systems like a business card sales funnel where you'd pick five pounds a card you work every card from left to right and every ten or fifteen cards in with a new lead because he had coffee with them and and then if you if you had that good relationship now they're part of your circle of influence they go right on your email list and you don't send 'em sales stuff you some helpful information absolutely <hes> disguised. I'm not sure if he's still around like kick the bucket his name's alan weiss very successful consultant speaker and one thing he's operating operating the way higher level than me but one thing he would do is near his desk he had a whiteboard and he had he would have the name of two or three people that he wanted to help keep i could help him and so they were right in front of his face and it's like oh yeah i can connect that person to this person. It was his way of giving and by giving being enough. He was certainly getting some really rich consulting gigs out of it. I think the number two complaint is that <hes> i referred somebody something and i. I never got anything back from them and you're touching on earlier. Is you have to refer selflessly. You have to refer to people that you know going to help you because you're giving them a leg up. You're helping them out and guess what the community members in your network are watching yes and they see that and the law of attraction says just to give give give out and you shall receive. It doesn't say you're going to get it back specifically from that person absolutely in the other thing to add to it is i'm not sure about you but <hes> there are countless people's people that have helped me in the past that went out of their way to be generous and amazing and helpful and by me giving to two new people actually thanking them for what they did for me. Blom helping will help somebody else along the way i one of the dedication lines and my book <hes> to my friend rusty rocks was thank you for helping me the countless times now. I'm able to help so many. You're sitting at this desk in the middle of my office and this desk normally lee has a raven raven my intern i intern ever and one of the things i've been teaching her is. Hey i am really stupid at a lot of stuff but one of the things they do well is quickly. Execute on whatever to execute on and get the first draft on than i know now. If i need to think strategically i can reach out to my friend sean callaghan and he's helped me think strategically. If i need more business lands i've got this other friends of that network of people people that you meet whether through networking for business or just life you know who those people are and when you need help and i can just reach out to them and say i'm thinking about this. What do you think and move me forward at a much faster rate than if i was in a bubble just drinking thinking my own kool aid. I the biggest thing i took from that. Was that you you you went forward. You move you move without a perfect plan. You know <hes> an imperfect plan implemented. Today will always be a perfect plan tomorrow. I mean that's a famous. Get home from work general patton. An interruption is like the best way to create awesome stuff but a lot of people get stuck in the i wanted to be perfect <hes> when i go out networking i want this to work perfectly as it is and the only thing you need to know and correct me if this doesn't align with the philosophy is to go out and networking and make those heart heart connections with people just just for the sake of human being to human being leads to business all the better and if you do it right it will lead to business but if you go i must get money. I must get a sale dale with every person that i meet then it will end in business and tears not yeah <hes>. You've got to look for little yeses to keep your motivation national. You know you you..

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"john maggio" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"john maggio" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"And creating before I asked him to be officially part of my company and in one guy was John Maggio whose herd boulder chips and he was in he he is a entrepreneur wiz. He started like ten companies. He knows exactly what it's like to be in the trenches to grow something organically from scratch and he was really a great representation of all the things I need to do to be successful at that moment and as we grow not to forget to keep. Keep doing and then I had <hes> One lady and I was I was Peter Burns and then then he had a conflict of interest and then then it was Jane Miller and Peter was at the time the C._E._o.. Of Special seasonings and Jane Miller at the time time was the C._E._o.. Of Rudy's organic bread and they were operators. They knew exactly what it was like to operate into Tino today today. Manage a you know ten million to two hundred million dollar company company and they gave me a lot of insights around everything you know about running successful business and then on the other end I had Haas Tucson in Haass's one of the founders of Alfalfa's which then grew into wild oats and Haas was now working as a <hes> as a managing member of a <hes> kind of like an investment group that invests in natural food companies news also on the Board of whole foods market and he was my kind kind of what I want to be right. He was my I've seen it all. I've been been there done that and now I'm looking down at the way the world works and you know and I I can't give you the nitty gritty anymore because the times have changed but I can give you the big picture try. This great well rounded board of individuals that were advising me which made a huge difference that's huge. Did you find the people were willing to help you out. Just because of that boulder can action or were there things that you tried to do in order to get them more involved in your business. How did you get at them to be excited about? What you're doing? You know it's interesting. I all I did you get people excited to help me was to get them to like me and it sounds really silly by the end of the day. We want to help people that we like right people who were good people who are nice people who are just good people right in so I was really just trying to get to know these guys and let them know hey. This is my passion. This is my dream you know I I want to do good in our food industry. I want to do good in our world. I'm GonNa do good in our planet and I want to do it. The Right Way and then you developed this friendship and the friendship eventually kind of nurtures itself and then becomes is this kind of more of a structured relationship and so I never went to anyone was like hey you know I'm a big Fan of yours. Please be mental you have time to take me on and you can be my mentor. People are like look. I got time for that. 'cause you know how do you define that relationship whereas if you just start with a friendship and that friendship evolves into you know kind of a stronger friendship and over time you know they've been mentoring you the whole way and they don't even realize it you know what I mean gene and so if it's just because they like you and they want to hang out 'cause you're goofy. You're smart or you're passionate or your inspirational or whatever it is but then the day you have to want people to want to help you and for me I think that's been kind of likeable. ECOBOOST approachable and humble and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah you went said that <hes> there were three things that define the early days for you curiosity frustration and passion what are those. Why were those three so important well? I can sum it up with the creation of the six pack right okay so here we are right. I'm four years into the business. I'm working my butt off. You know two jobs making jars farmers market delivering doing demos is making the product and then at the end of the day..

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"john maggio" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"john maggio" Discussed on About Last Night

"What's up man? Sixteen weeks. It's going to be fucking. Great weight minutes is going to be blasted. He's like, nobody told you God. And so we go. It was it was a lesson. I mean you could still see the flush heading out of my face talk about it. If like it, still it still burns, but it was a lesson in. I will never get that emotionally. Yeah. In invest into something and something like this. That is so unsure of itself. Nothing do. So it was just like, oh my God. But then I went out to LA I went to Hawaii with my ex and we. And we came back, and we went through LA and I had a five hour layover something stupid and I- parlayed it into a week, layover week long, layover stores amazing. And then while I was there, I'll addition for Chicago hope. And I got it. And that's what brought me out to LA says those stories are so fucking raise. No, it's not. I wish I had one of like literally, I was only supposed to do to episodes, and I did eleven they fucking got rid of the whole. It was like a bunch of first year first year residents. Yeah. And it was supposed to be like this new like the young people come again, on Chicago we're fucking up against ER. They couldn't. Yeah. Basically, the juggler fucking stabbed himself. Any rate at the George Clooney. What do we have? Yes. But, like so, basically, like they liked me and they kept me around. They got rid of the storyline but kept me around. It was fucking great. Nobody else. Everybody else do like four or five hours, the guy like. Like the job as a good show. It was fun. But like that was my first thing and then it was out here, and then fucking what made you come to LA from Hawaii for five days, just to a layover. Okay. It was flying back to what you picked up your bags and said, fuck it. Let's just stay for a minute and see what I stayed. Gotcha. Ex-fiancee went back and then we were kind of it was an and it fell apart. And, you know, the relationship fell apart, and she, she moved to Texas and whatever she got married and all this stuff, and, and I came out here and just stayed out here and I was sleeping on fuck and. Dany vermont. I was born I live with Danny for a couple years out here. I crashed on his couch, the Gaylord, he was living in like a fucking junior, junior studio suite. And I was staying on his couch like it was crazy or hundred is where it was. Yeah, man. It was fart. City. But like like he was so coming soon to adult swim. Exact then we moved to another place and then we moved to the place up on fuller and then and then he went and in, we're in, I stayed there. And but. Stay here. Stay down here I was going to go back. It was all falling apart. And I was like, man, I think I'm going to go back and my agent here was this just please. Just wait. Just wait. Sure enough. I booked a blockbuster video campaign like television and radio campaign made me like seventy five thousand dollars. Ridiculous. Wow. Kept me out here, isn't it? I mean that's wish over thing. Yeah. So many stories if the voice over thing back in New York was all TV and TV and radio commercials. Shirt out here, it was a whole different thing. It was. It was. It was voice over cartoons wish. Over for video game all sorts this shit. Yeah. Yeah. All sorts of stuff your your I m DB there there's, there's you can't say, like oh John Maggio. He's the video game voice guy. Or he's the cartoon voice guy or is the actor or he's like it's just all it's every I've done all I've done all of it. I've done..

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"john maggio" Discussed on Anime Dine In Podcast

Anime Dine In Podcast

15:15 min | 1 year ago

"john maggio" Discussed on Anime Dine In Podcast

"No, those are personnel now, Danas, good people. She's got she's such good energy. Say that all because of her body like no. Oh, wait a minute. Well. Looking at the cast here for seven deadly sins. Christina V Erika her locker enough. She is. Is Elizabeth Christina VS hawk really. Yeah. Oh, wow. I didn't know this. Yeah. Yeah, that's dope. Some trying to load up behind the voice actors but sometimes sliced say is really. Yeah. It's like everyone to know like who's voicing who is a great side, because the they've gotta feature were like he can't remember their name is picture in picture is like character voice actors fantastic. It's really great features so much more. We're looking for DeAnne, right. Yes. Okay. Oh, erica. Mendez. Yeah. Oh, great shoes. So. Getting a line and gets done. Well, have to for months. I five. Signed it. A lot of the times when I love a lot of lot of what's happening now with voice actors is they're going out and seeking independent artists do commissions of their characters in supporting artists that way, I should start drawing again, if you drew before then. Because I didn't know that. So gone through the Admiral, we've got through the cartoons. Let's not video game crash. First video game crush on you. Okay. Okay. Oh, so you're not a recruit person on. Okay. Okay. I mean, not that I had any preconceived like nurses, be just. As price. No, I just you're either a person or even both on cooking. Or goofy person. That's okay. Okay. No one was Donald parson game. Three. When you need to change your healing set. But think it worked out too. Well for me. Okay, so sir. Cloud, cloud. For me. My video video first game crush. So this would have been. So I have to kind of go through some history here. So I started playing like sonic and Mario super supremacy Sega, one of the Sega Genesis probably. Right. And then PlayStation one PlayStation, two. So it probably be around the PlayStation, two era, which I know. Probably you fee. Yeah. He's great probably probably UV. Yeah. From final fantasy seven series. If you could. Her kingdom hearts. She sounds exotic know who was his UP offhand, but she gives me that the kind of energy that I got from her and trying to fantasy seven and it really made playing the first kingdom hearts games, so much fun. Let's see mine. Sonja. So in the blade. Worldcom auto combat. Yes. And. Really suffering attention for a while. And then. Australia. I say, oh, well, heck, that, okay. So of not of this is from g you so not Attlee who's the pie. Yeah. High. Of course dude that character design. Even. God, they had some great just an game of. Yeah. And if we definitely had different video games right up for sure. Thinking back to my life's box wasn't that play. And they'll lying. Russian characters had been myself. Dad brought his XBox game with he moved in and go his XBox. He had a game called conquers bad for a. Don't kid little for as? Rare young child devil should not have been might not gain. No, no discovers playing that game. So I was gonna say female characters from congress Bedford fair, fair. That's fan. I mean, all my shooters and stuff like. Unless unless I picked Cortana for pale. Let's. Especially whether you win more games come out with better graphics. They just give the more detail, right? Yeah, you see. So article this like new ill at least Cortana is w thick. Which was an actual article I saw that especially with David hater one that was the David hater for for snack. That was going, you know, I also wanna wanna earn all also wanna turn this one around to say and as if anyone has current video game crushes like. Story. It's, it's probably. Oh, let me guess, is it prompter? They're like do there. But they haven't noticed. But. Means cloud, especially in very. There's something I just. Go away scam, like are, what is your cards? Ernie. Employing through the Witcher three right now. So gary. Girls have Rubia. And. And decks because still loved him. Mr. Mr. Jerry went to get. Oh for current I'd say, probably. Probably diva may, I mean, may just because she's so pure in incident, but diva tank made an overwatch show and I think saying is so would be. Kind of she's a robot. But whatever hurry is moving. We don't judge here. But yeah, given. Yeah. Nothing for you being in the game gone. I haven't personally time what is really? Risi came of Russia. Good. Really? Lynne's. But our lands lands. Yeah. All the siren solid, all of them, moxie. Yeah. Maxine? Got cannot with that third game. Boy, last dove, you have needs have to get him. Need to play are? Yeah. I have to decide if I want to get that for PC or PS four and it's going to kill me that struggle design, so. I wouldn't be surprised gearbox prevent some cross play for both yet. There's cross play the night. Probably just get it for PC rate, especially since they're doing activision. They're doing cross play for the new more modern warfare, and the new call of duty has crossed between piecing console. Oh, great. So starting to see some more of that, which, you know, we have to because thanks Google. Try to stay alive here. Yeah. So getting away from the whole crashes and stuff the other big one that I've been saying a lot. I free crush lullaby space, Jim. Another big one that I've been seeing lately that, I really liked to see a lot is a hash tanked up love. Because we've been seeing a lot of France around voice actors and how they do their work and how Vitmain compensated trailer where because of what is essentially their instrument, and it's like their livelihood for a lot of them. They aren't doing like enemy or dubbing over like movies, and stuff like that. They're doing commercials. A lot of them saying and do and music on the side. So we see seeing a lot of that. And a lot of the voice actors who I personally Filo. Heaven going around, and using the same hash tied, and dislike gassing up, essentially, there other like their other riccar leagues and the people they worked with those who's working like and as far back as I could see because it really only popped up on my feet within the last week or two. It really got late started when the coalition of dubbing actors of tweeted about tweeted using the hashtag, and they said, we have nothing but love for you. All tell us who you have to have dove love for in this community, the actors the fans character and the end. Underneath that like the first message is from a been Diskin, who was number one and number two, I believe, in kids next door from his kids, nor he was got he so many people, a lot of everybody and just wanna see like. Scooby have some double for who are like some of your favorite voice actors some of the work that they've done things like that. The two that pop to mind for me immediately, the ones is like getting the anime, conventions and stuff. I started to see like you guys, you guys know everyone's name and like the voice actor or actress all stuff, so nothing with enemy for me. Get any of the characters Nate level voice actress, but for just voice actors in general definitely Nolan north. Really raising work as also John Maggio done, too, much, where so many amazing characters any such unique voice. There's going, you see people doing impressions of, of characters south. I've never once seen John Vasja character his voice, who it sounds of so unique. And as the farther back, I go into TV or TV shows like sit John John Maja. Let my bike Melva making over was trying to watch Sam original samurai Jack's. We watched the new samurai Jack they did. Yeah. And they got the Scotsman like that, John as you. Scott's daddy. Number one is Jason Tatum. Number one is hard. There's a lot like tot Habra corner in. Recently is. Ben Justin Rimer minor Rene. Is that you? He works hard flick as much as Decca screams Elliott. He wear all my. That's end in that same vein of at one of mine is a just really. I swear grail where it's he says it's really but I don't believe that was debunked Beth Akon, when, when he said his last days, the into the pedal, yet Adinan. It's like when it's like when the people try to tell me that the fourth opening for Naruto is called go, when it's clearly called trading dreamers out on. No man, I don't know if I believe it. But yet, it's just really discount. I love her work a lot. Eric Harley is fantastic work. Terraced sans. Tear, strong filled Amar. The crease summer. I could go forever because they all do such good work. So Johnny lash can have. Gotta get that one out there to so many people max middlemen Levin has work right now. Robbie Draymond maybe damage yesterday Damon. Yeah. Sorry. David, and he hit now that I say that loud Riley, and max and knock. This is active Ray chase chase. They're starting a podcast amazing. Yeah. Check them out at to forget what it's called, but they are all talking about right now. So find one of them it's one of the post recently, so definitely check that out to another show. I saw online voice actors may, but he's he has voice acting podcast was show on the internet. The he brings on older voice mail. Talk show like where he does like interviews. Yeah. The voice yet. Yeah. Here. That is a talking tunes. I think without pulse. Airmails right.

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"john maggio" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"john maggio" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Yeah. But he's got a ponytail know. I don't know. Why are you? Yeah. There's that. That's. I flip though when you when you get an undercut, and you get that flip. It's a certified like, that's a very also you look like a Nazi about that. And I don't he doesn't. I can't read more Juve. You wanted them. I was born in Germany during World War Two and wanted to be a Nazi. I still would end up not being a Nazi sure. He's leaning to the left while sipping his coffee. What makes this podcast different from all other podcasts. Folks books anyway, gang. What Ellie we've already talked to you that length. Hello. Hello. All right. John Maggio is here. We're lucky he's taking time away from recording one of the forty nine thousand voices this guy. And you know, you don't really do any on-camera work though. Do you know, I do do on camera work? I just book some apple show. It's called the tentative title. I think it's Zeus. It's it's three episodes carring. It's from the guys who did it's always sunny Philadelphia. Do they're gonna show for apple and and because Apple's doing content just like, you know, who and stuff. So just did that I mean, you know, I get I get bits here and there which is cool not as much as you know. As happened when I was younger, but you know, put good stuff like didn't episode of the newsroom couple years ago. Did last year it did. Oh, God superior donuts things here. And there the most part for the most part, my bread and butter is in your voice guy invoices. But but but do you like on camera stuff to? Okay, -solutely. You know? I'm you know, it's I'm I'm willing to do almost anything. I said almost, but you know. Yeah. It's just phenomenally just getting casting a lot of fortune's like that there. There are a lot of fun. You know, it's it's, but yeah, I get to do on camera stuff here. And they're good, which is cool. You know, but the mix it up relying joy all pushing out. I enjoyed that documentary. India? Thank you very much. Now was while he winger did involved with that. Did you feature? Wally Wally in there. We yeah, we had while we had a lot of people. We did a a hundred fifty interviews one hundred sixty hours matere of material depair down into ninety five minute. Right. But we got everybody we got all like just about. Everybody. I mean, we had we had June for Ray, and right and Billy west and MAURICE Lamarche and all my, you know, feature on slash disenchantment, folks. And trust McKenna traffic at least show, right? Yeah. Yeah. He's. Yeah. Froth draft the company my wife works for did all the enemies on futurama. And now, they're doses. The new maxium this is like I kind of liked to call it. If it's like the the Simpsons fuck game thrown. Yeah. But it's it's really it's like medieval future on it's really the other direction time lies a lot of fun. Now. That's Oliver loved that Oliver love to I like Oliver like Oliver lot. Yeah. He's a. The LEGO and to and and Reckitt relevant. Ralph brexit. But you know, it's just it's just great. I could get the play. It's a lot of fun. Yeah. Yeah. I it's and it sure beats I dunno. I the whole stand up thing for me like that ended in ninety six. I mean, I worked with you one of your last gigs you worked when when it was like ninety five when we worked together, I think it was like nine hundred ninety somewhere like ninety five ninety six early ninety six we ended the act in in in the mid to late ninety six you and round guy round guy name. I couldn't pull right now for a million dollars. Let's not. You like, maybe you're not friends with this gentleman. This is yet. I haven't spoken to him in twenty three years, really t-. And and they and they don't work. It was it was just it was diff..

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"john maggio" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"john maggio" Discussed on Slate Money

"I'm gonna come out an Oscar because I'm fascinated by the comics nights, which was what was the budget amiss. None of your beeswax. I'm gonna I'm gonna actually takes you as a person who has overseen major financial journalism. This is not that this documentary filmmaking is sort of the very last place. I would try to do financial journalism largely because financial journalism is so dull unglamorous, and ultimately it is vested in your ability to piece together numbers and the people who put them there. This to me is a documentary about a moment in time. It's much more a historical documentary than a financial journalism documentary. That's did we did we have margin on it. Yes. But that's what we do. My company is essentially studio, and so we have a series of assets. Because around the slate money podcast. I will call human beings assets, these are fine crafts people. And so they are able to work on multiple projects simultaneously. And there's a very good synchronicity between a nightly newscast and documentary that takes months to produce. The guys who designed the titles, for instance, on the film work, everyday, making graphics and motion animation for the night show for a director, John Maggio who came in and sort of sat in the middle of the studio. The ability to have all of these people available to you at any time to help troubleshoot made the thing work a lot faster. And so for our business. A lot of what I would like us to continue doing is having this baseline of a nightly show and more series. But then also take on these big projects where you know. I learned a ton from the people who come in our people get to stretch their their wings a little bit and make different thing. So it's exactly what we ought to be doing business. Okay. If this isn't financial journalism then. And this is kind of what positive for the future of media these days. What's what what's happened to financial journalism was having this conversation this weekend, actually with a friend from the wolf gentle has a few think, it's better. He was making the case that in general quality of financial journalism of the past ten years has actually improved substantially from the sort of Howson highly profitable pre internet days. I think that's true. I mean, I think to sort of became clear at the same time one is that people are always going to pay for indispensable content. And there's nothing more indispensable than facts about the banking industry. And they have the money to pay for it. Right. So the Bloomberg journalism model is a very effective model at the same time. I think people understood who are working in financial journalism in part because of the crisis that it had failed to engage general readers. And so. There was a real premium put on craft pros packaging all these things that for a layman who had very very easily ignored the markets pages or the business section of the New York time. Suddenly business journal's made more of an effort to reach them. And they made more of an effort to understand it. So I think those two things both happened in. We have better more interesting financial journalism. It doesn't change what undergirds all of it. Which is it's really hard understanding the way the financial system works. Understanding the way economics works, it's very different than other forms of journalism. And so without that kind of rigor it all falls apart. But I do think it's gotten better. I don't know if it's gotten better if you look at tech journalism as a part of business and finance journalism because I think for many years, everyone just worshipped these companies, and you know, now that's coming home to roost, but the coverage was pretty adoring and not everyone works should've been represses. It was the same. It was that. Coverage applied to a new industry that was looked at as sort of like the savior industry like we're banks are bad now. But tech is good now and that went on for a long time. And now we're in a place where like everything's kind of bad, which is probably good for journalism in a way, but doesn't really get finance journalism off the hook. I'm always interested in terms of thinking who a lot of financial journalists are really trying to target because I often find that..

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"john maggio" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"john maggio" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"As an easy southwest flight from Los Angeles or elsewhere on December eighth. We are going to be at Mississippi studios with our special guest, Bill, Oakley and Oh, wow. wow. That's a good. That's a great. You guys. Get great gas. I love that you work with dawn. Works on disenchantment from Oakland. Yeah. Oakland. I would I just Portland. Up in Portland. But there are probably more ports. Yeah. We're so excited. Get your tickets Mississippi studios, and we're going to have attributing beforehand shoe via it's going to be a lot of fun that we may have books. We wrote a book we wrote a book by our Simpson's book for your your Simpson's loving fan. Other than yourself is the giving time do you find that since we live in such a go go go world that like we had a book that came out in September? And I'm already like. Yeah. That was last month. Let's move. The holidays are coming up. The book is up. Maybe Murray's what you be kind enough to tell people to to listen or not listen to to to read our book, it's called one hundred thanks Simpsons fans should know and do before they died. So mouthful, you know, I was thinking that what you really need is is the the sub the substitute. Jay Sherman to just by their buck by their buck by their book by their book by their book. I'm as covering our house. Clean audio. We're going to be we're going to be like. Yeah. I haven't talked to love it's in a little while. So I'm looking forward to hear from him. That's more for his. Oh, just realized something I can't plug. I do. There is one thing I would like to plug San Francisco scotch fest. We are doing we are doing our annual futurama's still cancelled panel. I think this year. Cole Stratton named futurama. Are we still doing this? We we read the script. We have a special guest. Leila every year because Katie never seems to come up. Although I heard a rumor she might possibly make it up this year, and we screened episode. And then we take you at a and then also Billy west, John Maggio. I and David exe Cohen do outtake Rama recreate the Orson Welles out take the William Shatner. I'll take. Lance out takes the Casey case amount. Takes a lot of sports out takes. Yeah. It's it's really. Fast comedy festival. It really is. We were just talking about the Casey Kasem stuff last episode. I think because those those are so funny. Dawn on the phone what happened to the pictures. I was supposed to see. How long fucking brain. Yeah. That's the last drop this episode. Yes, you can say fuck on this. We don't give a flying. Fuck. Well, thanks so much everybody. That's our episode. Make sure to follow us and everything's coming up. Simpson's production of maximum fund. Our show is engineered and edited by and Brosio. And our senior producer is Laura Swisher. Switch smell you later later. Maximum fund dot org culture, artists toned listener supported..

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"john maggio" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

The Fandom Podcast

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"john maggio" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

"Yeah. Well, couple last con when I went to go roll it up a signature I had gotten the year before the last year's con, smeared. How how you in a frame for a year, how do spear. And so I've stopped rolling. I just keep it in a makeshift folder and. Yeah, I try to carry it the least amount of days as possible. But it doesn't help when John damange doesn't come on Thursday that his fault, his fault. I coulda check the schedule. But yeah, I carried it for two days when I didn't want to. Yeah, but hey, could have dropped it off somewhere. I could've say, but I don't. I don't know if I trust anyone enough to do that. Kinda gave me a panic attack to give to send it home early with Lena when she left that one time. Oh, really? Yeah. About how much money is sad? It is. It is a pretty amazing. Just a little thing like honestly would be like if someone stole that, I'd say I've got a Star Trek first contact poster signed by the cast, give it back and you can have. I will trade you. This advice probably invested more in. I know that voice than anything. But anyway, I really little. I'll say that you should. You should take a picture of it and posted it for the Fanta maniacs we'll see. I will say John Maggio's wanted told me, so I will share with you if you wish to buy a copy of the movie, you can go. There's a link in his Twitter page to go by, but I believe he also said it streaming on Amazon and I tunes, yes, yes. He said the DVD from his wink has a lot of extras on it. Yes, which is after. After as soon as my Bank account re re pound reports come on. I might invest in that. I see zinc cheap. No. I say a negative celebrity interaction. Sure, sure. Actually, I don't think it's negative if I didn't get to meet her. First off Power Rangers. So the panel that was on the app said, gogo Power Rangers, Jason, David, Franken, Amy, Jo Johnson together. Cool. And we get there and provost provos? Yes, the MC he goes, this is the Amy Jo Johnson panel who's ready, and there's kind of like who, and everyone's going and Jason Frank. Right, right. Right. Is he not going to be here and then they show the video and it's just Amy, Jo Johnson and then stay me comes out and three or four people go, where's Jason? David, Frank. I mean, he's been here twice before, so it's not like he has any new things to tell, but where's he had catch a flight or something? But anyway, so that would get home who. He had he, he's been posting for a while that he's only going to be Salt Lake for Thursday and Friday, and then Saturday Sunday, he's off to Arkansas for something. So I hope people in Arkansas enjoyed him. He's he's a delight. Yeah. You to maniacs in Arkansas tells how it was if you, if there's anyone out there, let us legitimately, no, we're not insulting various. I really want I want. I really would like to know convention in Arkansas. Can we make a map with pins and you know, I think there is a way to do that. I know dumpy I'm pretty sure that Brandon can figure it out. I, I love how that your default. We should do this thing, Brandon. We'll figure it out. But what I have another t shirt design that I've been working on. Okay. All right, fair enough enough. I say I want to do this design. I was about to say, does the t shirt, say Brandon? We'll figure it out phantom podcast dot com. We need that one two. Okay. We we need. Okay. So is there a way that we can like create a document that's linked the Fanta maniacs or something that like all the ideas that we have that I always forget, you know, somebody can go on and post it, Facebook dot com. Slash group slash the fan to maniacs. Yeah, but like is there like a way that we can just have a document? That's always that people can like right down on. I'm making that like. Possible other than just a post. So right, like other than post, that will be gone in three. Or we can do Google or we can go do doc that we post in.

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"john maggio" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

The Fandom Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"john maggio" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

"You know, like one of hers out that like me just sitting there, I was like, or like, have have. I can't remember anyone's named Jeff. I'm glad you're here. Guy who plays bender have him Josh voice instead of her. Yeah, John D'amoto. So yeah, that was my. That was my only thing. I thought those people were utilized a little too much just because their voices were very similar, all of their characters. But you know, I mean it was it was still, and it was so funny and it was like full. There were five thousand seats in that room and it filled up so people standing to like, even though they're not supposed to and the and the people are supposed to be like, you need to go out. You can't stand. People were like, screw you. And they just stood there like. Yeah, I pretty. I was pretty blown away and the voice actors are pretty blown away every time that they come here and do this too because I, it doesn't happen everywhere. And so it's just kind of funny that that Utah let makes you wonder why Utah loves their voice actor so much. I mean, maybe it's just, I don't know, we, we appreciate real. We watch a lot of cartoons here, I think. And so we appreciate the voice actors doing a good job in the cartoons when we kind of grow up on them to like at least. Yeah, I did. I don't know. I don't know it's, but they're always funny, and then it's a word of mouth thing, and it's just great. They came in on a high, no on all of it. And so I mean, it was good. The, I think the biggest problem that they have now is that they just are so popular that everybody wants to come and beyond that panel. And so they, I mean, they try to think. Accommodate them. One person who I do think listens to this podcast is Jeff Zanini. Thank you Jeff, because of Jeff, because he introduced true. He introduced just harness l. as Salt Lake's mascot. And that's what Jeff has been calling this calling him for quite a while on this podcast. So, and it's also very well known that once just showed his cool poster that he had that he brought onto Maggio like the next con- or. Yeah, so it's just the evidence keeps piling up and I don't think we can deny it anymore. I don't think we can't think I think Jeff has more power than he realizes use it responsibly Jeff. We'll see two red light savers I think I've to to read a neutral. I don't think good is in my future. Shows to red light sabers reds in a neutral, not as to for tunnel, fine. Okay. So we've got, I think that's a good transition points to talk about celebrities then. So Jeff, why don't why don't we have you start out? Why don't you talk about your John Maggio experience was long as we're talking about the guy. I feel it might have been better had he not been late to signing and then had immediately go to a panel, but not saying he, he was super nice. He got to see my poster of the movie heat, erected with a lot of signatures on it. I legitimate twenty plus at least one of these days. I'm gonna put a list and my phone. I love the fact that you pulled it out and he looks at it goes, we're at that. That's usually the first thing is, where did you even get this EBay? EBay cleaned off. It was a bit more clean when I bought it, but you know, it was a EBay. I like the little thing you got going on like how you have it in between two pieces of well before he used to roll it up?.

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"john maggio" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

The Fandom Podcast

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"john maggio" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

"They don't necessarily drop the f bomb, but they also led a lot of innuendo fly. So they take the take the script from a popular movie. Sometimes it's a recent one. Sometimes it's an older one, and they take the different parts and Jeff Zini assigns them out to the voice actors at to do those parts as different characters. So you might get Lord voldemort as Winnie the Pooh by Jim Cummings or a her Miami. Grainger is Christopher Walken by just Arnelle. So I mean, you get all sorts of all sorts of interesting and fun combinations that happened with with this end sometimes who've avoi- phrasing used to not be thing I think in and they've definitely pointed out on that. So that's what I tunes. So they post them to YouTube. I suggest you look institutions, Salt Lake City comic con two thousand seventeen that has a Nolan north on it. Oh my gosh. UCF ABC is the funniest thing I've ever seen. That one had visual gags. You have to watch it? Yes. So anyway, so twisted tunes. The reason I'm going to go to this year because I thought to myself, you know what I've seen a lot of twisted tunes. If I don't go to twisted tunes. I might be a little sad, but if I can fit it in all all, try to get it in. And I realized, wait a minute, John D'amoto the voice of bender and you know what benders most important benders most recognizable one probably. But he's he does a ton of voices, but John Maggio's coming and he is I, I'm not missing twist itunes with with the Maggio. So yeah, that's guerrilla draw dunes, right? What doesn't he do girl grat. I don't know. He did. He did in. I think that man brave and the bold where he was also aquaman. But yeah, I'm I'm sure he's done grill at some point. So he all he does Jake in adventure time. He does guerrilla gratin DC superhero girls. He does king Zog in disenchantment. Yeah, that show. That's that's another episode. So he is brother blood and teen titans. Go Hewlett. Have you ever watched that show Jeff, or are you just like, no, I'm just enchanted. Yeah, we talk about this the other day I watched a half and then I realized magic for humans was out the same day, and I wanted to watch that more. That is. That was humans. This is not a picks episode. Actually, it is a picks episode, but Netflix picks magic for human beings. Yeah, but I found out that was also premiering at the same time when I had already watched started disenchantment and all of a sudden disenchantment became really stupid and really boring, and because I wanted to be watching something else. I'll give it another shot though. It's. Yeah, no. So when you said disenchantment for some reason, I was thinking of the show descendants and I was thinking just so we were having different. Yeah, I was like, it was like, yeah, that's like a teeny bop-, like descendants of Disney villains like. Disney and x. d. show as like, why is Jeff even have that on his Ray heart. Yeah, so that's why I was confused. But yes. Champion champion is the very TV a Matt Groening film set in like the game of thrones time period. Yeah, I've watched about an episode. It's pretty funny. I mean, it's it is what it is. I started watching it and then and my cat, my kids were like, oh, dad's watching a cartoon. Let's all gather around and I'm like, that's stop watching this episode. All right. So there's actually two things about this conversation that Cobra did the same thing and it was because lately we've been our, our current obsession is watching troll hunters and there's actually one of the voice actors at two twisted tunes that is ontrol hunters. I'm super excited about and that is the girl from SNL. What's her name? Lorraine Newman that her name, yes. Yeah, original. She is one of the voices on troll hunters. Think nanna is who she is. But anyway, I'm excited to see her. So that's my pick for. For, you know, an EEG. She's awesome to what's her last name. Daily daily? Yeah. From Rugrats and power puff girls? Yeah. So happy..

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"john maggio" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"john maggio" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Picture too. Screen rand. Yeah, if you're listening to screen, it's just Elliott and doing finger out. I'll put in the description linked to picture URL man. We gotta get a wrap this shit up. Gonna get into view. Let's see. Let's go to detective Pika chew. Detective peak CHU is going to be realistic, like rocket raccoon, guardians of the galaxy. I did not expect this. I thought detective Pika chew was gonna look like a video game version. So it's going to have like hair and shit. It's going to be subarea Listrik. I don't know. I feel about that. That's a little weird. Also, yeah, I don't like us, but also this is what I don't get about this. I would even though I don't give a shit about Pokemon anymore. I would rather like a legitimate live action, Pokemon movie. If this is how they're going to do it, why not give me a real polka movie with Mimi. They're going to be other Pokemon in here, but like I don't know. I would like an actual Pokemon movie then, but I get the whole rocket raccoon. Realistic thing is I was actually very surprised by that and I'm not sure it's gonna. I dunno, gonna look, it's going to be what's let's bring back doored very jarring. Yeah, I, I don't get this whole thing. It feels like it feels like we're being pranked, bro. This whole detective Pika chew feels like an extended April Fools. Joke to me, isn't it kind of weird how they're doing detective shoe before doing regular shoe considering detective Beka. Choose offshoot. Right? It's just making. I don't know. I'm just confused by it. I'm sure it's testing. I'm sure they research the way, isn't it? Is it Sony who's doing this movie? Because if it's Sony, I don't want to say anything bad about saying they always use some weird fucking shit. Let's see what if it was true detected pitched you just thinking that that would be cool like the yellow king. That's him. He gets you. It's all coming together. Now connected dots. Times a flat circle polka balls or circle again, more connecting the dots? Yeah. Nothing like some Pika chew in cosmic horror. This is greater. Interesting. Yeah, Warner Brothers. All right. Same team behind the jungle book. Ryan Reynolds is voicing peak itchy, right? He's not. He's not opposite Pichu like his foil. Richest just forgotten about that. John damange. Oh, as peak choose, that'd be pretty good sticker. Really gruff voice like manner if we're going to make him literally rocket raccoon with might as well, just give them a really gruff voice. I wouldn't mind that I love John Maggio and all voice roles on peak chew. That was a real person read, or is this movie too, and then there's a character, Catherine new in as Lucy Lucy Stevens a reporter company with a side duck. So there will be other Pokemon. It just get it seems sign of a regular Pokemon. The reason for a death thing -tective peak, you came from the Pokemon company and Letterman. The guy who's doing the movie rub Letterman Letterman says, are to make a movie that focused on another character besides ash Ketchum. But I feel like it's different when it's live action like it's a complete different type of moving. I'd never seen a live action Pokomo movie. I couldn't tell you. Yeah. You said the book company. They've already made many, many movies of ash. I mean, but again, not live action, not like this. I, I don't like it. I don't like it also can't wait to see what it looks like match. Econo- excited to see what peak itchy looks like. Like it's it's one step below The Lion King for me like seeing that because people are gonna freak out when they see that this will be, let's be crazy to see that it was to hear peekapoos speaking in that one. That was funny. Yep, because whatever peak itchy looks like it's going to get roasted on Twitter. It's going. It's going to be a good Twitter day. Yeah. Remember Power Rangers was a oft roasted movie when they released images..

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"john maggio" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"john maggio" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Picture too. Screen rand. Yeah, if you're listening to screen, it's just Elliott and doing finger out. I'll put in the description linked to picture URL man. We gotta get a wrap this shit up. Gonna get into view. Let's see. Let's go to detective Pika chew. Detective peak CHU is going to be realistic, like rocket raccoon, guardians of the galaxy. I did not expect this. I thought detective Pika chew was gonna look like a video game version. So it's going to have like hair and shit. It's going to be subarea Listrik. I don't know. I feel about that. That's a little weird. Also, yeah, I don't like us, but also this is what I don't get about this. I would even though I don't give a shit about Pokemon anymore. I would rather like a legitimate live action, Pokemon movie. If this is how they're going to do it, why not give me a real polka movie with Mimi. They're going to be other Pokemon in here, but like I don't know. I would like an actual Pokemon movie then, but I get the whole rocket raccoon. Realistic thing is I was actually very surprised by that and I'm not sure it's gonna. I dunno, gonna look, it's going to be what's let's bring back doored very jarring. Yeah, I, I don't get this whole thing. It feels like it feels like we're being pranked, bro. This whole detective Pika chew feels like an extended April Fools. Joke to me, isn't it kind of weird how they're doing detective shoe before doing regular shoe considering detective Beka. Choose offshoot. Right? It's just making. I don't know. I'm just confused by it. I'm sure it's testing. I'm sure they research the way, isn't it? Is it Sony who's doing this movie? Because if it's Sony, I don't want to say anything bad about saying they always use some weird fucking shit. Let's see what if it was true detected pitched you just thinking that that would be cool like the yellow king. That's him. He gets you. It's all coming together. Now connected dots. Times a flat circle polka balls or circle again, more connecting the dots? Yeah. Nothing like some Pika chew in cosmic horror. This is greater. Interesting. Yeah, Warner Brothers. All right. Same team behind the jungle book. Ryan Reynolds is voicing peak itchy, right? He's not. He's not opposite Pichu like his foil. Richest just forgotten about that. John damange. Oh, as peak choose, that'd be pretty good sticker. Really gruff voice like manner if we're going to make him literally rocket raccoon with might as well, just give them a really gruff voice. I wouldn't mind that I love John Maggio and all voice roles on peak chew. That was a real person read, or is this movie too, and then there's a character, Catherine new in as Lucy Lucy Stevens a reporter company with a side duck. So there will be other Pokemon. It just get it seems sign of a regular Pokemon. The reason for a death thing -tective peak, you came from the Pokemon company and Letterman. The guy who's doing the movie rub Letterman Letterman says, are to make a movie that focused on another character besides ash Ketchum. But I feel like it's different when it's live action like it's a complete different type of moving. I'd never seen a live action Pokomo movie. I couldn't tell you. Yeah. You said the book company. They've already made many, many movies of ash. I mean, but again, not live action, not like this. I, I don't like it. I don't like it also can't wait to see what it looks like match. Econo- excited to see what peak itchy looks like. Like it's it's one step below The Lion King for me like seeing that because people are gonna freak out when they see that this will be, let's be crazy to see that it was to hear peekapoos speaking in that one. That was funny. Yep, because whatever peak itchy looks like it's going to get roasted on Twitter. It's going. It's going to be a good Twitter day. Yeah. Remember Power Rangers was a oft roasted movie when they released images..

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"john maggio" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"john maggio" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Doing fish a to bet mother ryan pieces circus shit sluts trash can scummy third bag little the whole back on the air regular show fucking fcc show the happy hour terrorist strong welcome voice raven go ahead because your brownie edged it's not just it's not just twilight sparkle at tell say all in a raven bubble spout girls i'm rocking bowl winkle she's the new voice of of rock rocky can you do you have a special message for donald trump in any of those voices hockey smokes reassure love to have our country back from those weird russians dude winco you're slee don't worry he's friends of natasha get hookah appear on him right natasha we let tasha voice here okay we all carlos i've been in love with for many many years but i just love this article the people boy seeing your favorite cartoons hate trump too and that's not right everyone we love the most reloaded carlos key to moored you billy west billy west john maggio mark camel tara i'm gay and i've made out with billy west wow where was that article it's hard to top the internet's going wild over star wars i voice actor extraordinaire mark hamill channeling yes the joker reading trump tweets fucking the shit but ham listen the only voice actor terror strong who boasts over four hundred sixty credits whatever including roles in my little pony friendship is magic power puff girls teen titans go busted out her harley quinn to point out that lunacy of statements made by trump strategist kellyanne conway so wait.

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