35 Burst results for "Jordan A"
AP News Radio
Miami rallies past Texas for Final Four berth
"The Miami hurricanes bounced back from an 8 point halftime deficit and be Texas 88 to 81, though Keynes senior Jordan Miller made only one field goal in the second half, he led the canes with 27 points. What our most proud of is the will and the togetherness of this team. I don't think we've been down that much at a halftime since in a very long time. Miller was 13 for 13 at the free throw line, including some crucial free throws in the final seconds. Greg eklund, Kansas City
AP News Radio
Aho's late goal lifts Hurricanes past Maple Leafs 5-3
"The hurricanes wasted leads of two zero and three two before scoring twice in a 69 second span to beat the Maple Leafs 5 three. Sebastian aho broke a three three tie with two 26 remaining, then set up the insurance tally by Taylor Tara vine. Brent burns, Jordan stall and Stefan naesen also scored for Carolina, who stayed two points ahead of second place New Jersey in the metropolitan division with two games in hand. Auston Matthews tied the game twice for the Maple Leafs. The latter coming with under three minutes to play. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Gonzaga beats UCLA 79-76 in Sweet 16 on Strawther's shot
"Gonzaga is headed to the elite 8 after Julian's trout there's three pointer with 7 seconds to play help send the third seeded bulldogs to a 79 76 west regional semifinal win over second seeded UCLA. Strauder's three pointer answer to Mari Bailey's three and it helped Gonzaga overcome a 13 point halftime deficit. Those are literally the moments you dream of, you know, just to even make a shot like that in March Madness. And then just to be back home in Vegas, it's like the cherry on top. Drew Timmy scored 36 points for Gonzaga, who will take on fourth seeded Connecticut on Saturday after the huskies beat 8 seeded Arkansas 88 65 behind 24 points from Jordan Hawkins. I'm Adam spelling.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Former Legal Adviser to Michael Cohen Discredits Him
"Tucker Carlson's program last evening, I think we have a tape from this. It's pretty amazing. Attorney Costello came out and because of the waving of the attorney client privilege, he was able to discuss freely and opening openly about his relationship with Michael Cohen, how Michael Cohen is materially lying to quote unquote get Trump. It is an interesting question, is Michael Cohen being incentivized to do this as Michael Cohen being paid or threatened to do this. These are legitimate questions, by the way. And also Jim Jordan is asking a very good question, something that I do suspect, which is is there a coordinated effort? Is there a, quote unquote, get Trump war room? We're going to ask that question in just a second because I think that's actually really interesting. Play cut 22. I called him up after I saw Michael Cohen on TV. Stating things that he said he was going to tell the grand jury and had told the grand jury that were contrary to what he told us when we first represented him in April of 2018. So I'm sitting at home watching these lies, and I said, I've got to do something about it. I don't represent Donald Trump, but I do stand for justice. And I think I have a legal obligation to inform both sides. So that's what I did. And so effectively, if you listen to the entire segment, it's a long segment. He went in and he has the emails and the texts and the phone calls, and he has a sworn waving of attorney client privilege, which I don't know why Michael Cohen signed. That's just really bizarre and strange. All over the place. And he went right in and to the grand jury and basically said, you can't trust this guy. You can't build a case on this. So the entire case is basically built on Michael Cohen saying, Donald Trump had an affair allegedly with stormy Daniels and then he wanted to pay hush money payment, which is not illegal, by the way. You might find hush money payment reprehensible. You might not like it. Unfortunately, it's done a lot in politics. It's done a lot in corporate America. I personally don't like it, but it's part of life. And it's not illegal.
The Officer Tatum Show
Republicans Assail New York Prosecutor Investigating Trump
"This breaking from just the news had tip forgotten man, GOP led House judiciary demands, the Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg testify about possible Trump indictment. Guys, guys, I'm getting excited. I love when conservatives fight back. We don't have to take this crap from the left. A bunch of woke punks. We don't have to take this stuff anymore. And some in Washington on our side are finally getting a clue somebody say hallelujah, all right? So Jordan noted that the statue of limitations for any alleged crimes involving the former president is set to expire soon, likely explaining Bragg's rush to indictment. So, the Republican led house on Monday sent a letter to the Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg demanding that he testify about his possible indictment of former president Donald Trump overcharges, allegedly related to hush money payments to adult porn actress stormy Daniels. The letter was sent by judiciary committee chairman rep Jim Jordan, who was joined by House oversight committee James comer and house administrative administration committee chairman Brian Steele. The letter was obtained by Fox News and it says here and I quote, in light of the serious consequences of your actions, we expect that you will testify about what plainly appears to be a politically motivated prosecutorial decision. According to Jordan, Jim Jordan representative Jim Jordan. Of course, Trump said over the weekend that he expects to be indicted Tuesday, which would be tomorrow, but neither Briggs nor his office has confirmed the statement.
AP News Radio
Wong, Miller lead Miami past Indiana, into Sweet 16
"Connecticut and Miami advanced to the sweet 16 with wins in Albany, Yukon beat saint Mary's 70 to 55 in the west region while Miami downs Indiana 85 69 in the Midwest in Connecticut's victory, Jordan Hawkins scored all 12 of his points during a big second half for the huskies. I mean, it feels like running beatable. I mean, the last two games in the second half we just took off, I mean, when we were playing like that, I think a really good chance to win it all. In Miami's win, the hurricanes are led by 27 points for Isaiah Wong. The last two years we went to sweet 16 and last year lead 8 and it's just I'm appreciative and I just love to see. Connecticut bases to meet Arkansas while Miami will play Houston. I'm Mike Reeves.
AP News Radio
Logano passes Keselowski on last lap, gives Ford Atlanta win
"Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski battled side by side cleanly for almost 50 laps. We both know we're good at this. I feel like Brad is one of the top 5 best speedway racers on the racetrack, but Logano pulled away on the final lap for the win. I knew we were going to raise the heck out of each other and I think we both understand it. We want to win. You kind of leave the feelings at the door. Towel Reddick finished third and Corey Lajoie gained his best career NASCAR finish in fourth. After that re rack after the green flag stopped in stage two is when track position became a premium and you had to just go wherever you could. By making strategic moves through the field. I'm Jerry Jordan
AP News Radio
Israel, Palestinians meet in Egypt to ease tensions
"Israeli and Palestinian officials are meeting in the Egyptian resort town of shamal Sheik. The talks may offer an opportunity to ease tensions between the sides and reign in a spiral of violence ahead of a sensitive holiday period beginning this week. The meeting is the second attempt by the sides shepherded by regional allies Egypt and Jordan as well as the U.S. to end a yearlong spasm of violence. It's seen more than 200 Palestinians killed by Israeli fire and more than 40 Israelis or foreigners killed in Palestinian attacks. The upcoming period is sensitive because large numbers of Jewish and Muslim faithful pour into Jerusalem's old city, the emotional heart of the conflict, and a flash point for violence, increasing friction points. I'm Charles Philip asthma
The Charlie Kirk Show
How Do We Take Back Academia?
"Do we start to take academia back? What is the best route to achieve that? Well, that's a great question. Thank you for the enthusiasm and the fact that turning point USA has positively impacted your life makes the last decade of work worth it. So thank you. That really touches me. And for those of you that support turning point USA, you're changing lives every single day. Secondly, to take academia back, look, it's I'm not convinced it's possible in certain areas. I think we have to build new colleges and new institutions. Jordan is doing that with the university of Austin and many other places. But you have to do what we're doing here tonight. You have to try to show up, start turning point USA groups in California. It's hard because the board of regents is just completely and totally lost and out of control. And that's just too bad. And it's a shame. But look, the problem with academia is conservatives don't want to go into it for good reason and liberals just continue to or left wingers continue to protect their own. My big fear is that this woke ideology is now infiltrating the social sciences. It's also infiltrating engineering and mathematics. The things that you thought would be immune to the kind of racial preference worldview is now totally and completely infiltrated. And so I wrote a whole book called the college scam. So I'm not exactly big on saving higher education. But I do think there is a place for higher education. And it pains me because I go and I visit to hillsdale college quite often. Hillsdale college is America's greatest college, by the way. They do a fabulous job. And it pains me because I see how good education could be.
AP News Radio
Capitals' playoff hopes take another hit with loss to Blues
"The capitals playoff hopes took a hit with a 5 two loss to the blues. Sammy blay scored twice and Joel hofer made 33 saves in his season debut. I was obviously a lot of uncertainties with being in being the a all year and first game in a long time, but I thought the guys put really well in front of me and kind of kept in the outside and like I said earlier, super nice to get the one. Kasperi kapanen and Jordan Cairo also tallied and Braden Shen edited an empty netter. Martin Ferrer vari and Nicholas Baxter had the third period goals for the capitals who are 5 points out of an Eastern Conference playoff birth with 12 games remaining. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
'My intention is to play ... and play for the Jets'
"Of green. I made it clear that my intention was to play and my intention was to play for the New York Jets. On the pat McAfee show on YouTube and SiriusXM, the four time NFL MVP says there are no hard feelings. My side love and appreciation gratitude for everything that Green Bay is done for me. Love so much love and gratitude and just hard open for the pack of fans. And what it meant to be their quarterback. The 39 year old Rogers says Green Bay is holding up a trade with the jets, the packers appear ready to move ahead with 2020 first round pick Jordan love at
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The Condimnation of American Medicine
"I'm going actually to a topic that does not seem to be a significant as the Silicon Valley bank explosion and Ukraine and the mutilation of children uniquely are bad in the United States as I read to you from the British medical journal. And I will read more from it. To think that the British medical journal has a lead editorial condemning American medicine, American doctors and medical schools and hospitals for the mutilation of children who say that they are the opposite sex especially girls who are far more common, that is a real blow to the prestige of American medicine. And if you are a doctor and you don't speak out on it, you may be a wonderful father or mother and friend and even doctor. But you failed the test and tests are what talk of our character. Doctors who keep silent in the face. Of what their colleagues are doing to mutilate children. Our failing, the test, not everybody is tested in life, almost everybody is at some point. And I asked Jordan Peterson, do you ever know somebody well if they have not been tested and he said, no, it's an interesting response he didn't think about it. It was an immediate no. You only really know someone when they're tested. It may be true. The only really know yourself, perhaps, if you're tested.
The Doug Collins Podcast
Georgia Has Never Been Poor in Culture and Spirit
"Home brothers, you got a lot of the stuff back here, but you also get into the old southern raw genre, not necessarily, but Leonard Skynyrd, you get, you know, the Marshall Tucker band. You get Lana rhythm section. I still have memories of Atlanta rhythm section, you know, in the late said, you know, doing champagne jam. I mean champagne jam, yeah. Oh my God, filling up ticks, you know, Georgia Tech stadium back when we're doing those kind of things. And that's just, I think, John, from my perspective, it comes from a culture of sane. And people don't realize this in South Jordan but in north tour as well, that Georgia rural, you know, for many, many years. Atlanta is, of course, blossom, but it is still that people we came from a society that was, we were poor in resources, but not poor in culture and spirit. Exactly. Exactly. And so what we had was is you would have families or people in communities get together and on Friday and Saturday night they would have what we call hooting nannies or they would have people over and everybody would be cooking barbecue and they'd be playing guitar singing or they singing in the church and this is how that culture just developed. It is. I had there are two boys in my paternity, the holder brothers, Gable and wit holder. And they could pick guitars and sing and harmony. It was a true, it was a true southern tradition that they learned from their parents, going to church and all that stuff. And it was so amazing to hear. I remember they did a version of 7 bridges road by the eagles. And I was just left speechless by their ability to play the song and to harmonize at the same time. You know, I have Travis trit on that list too. And he is a hometown favorite because my son's gonna get in the background here. He's interested in the music conversation. But Travis Tritt, a growing up in Marietta, Georgia, post oak tree, you hear stories about Travis's grandfather being a bus driver in that area and I used to get my hair cut at a place called bob's barbershop off the sandy plains road and highway 5 and I never saw him there, but the rumor was that Travis used to go there to get that mullet trimmed up and looking good.
AP News Radio
Byron wins 2nd straight Cup race, beats Larson at Phoenix
"William Byron likes victory lane so much last week at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. He went back this week at Phoenix raceway, besting Ryan Blaney and Kyle Larson in the last battle for the win. I assumed he would be more aggressive, but my counter to that was all right, I gotta win. Do whatever I can do. So it was kind of like it was a game of chicken a little bit. Larson had dominated leading 201 laps, but Byron was on his bumper for the entire race. He did a really good job of holding its outside and clear me down the back. They were in a drag race on the final lap as baron drove in deep to turn one and pulled away. I was kind of like, man, it went so good last week. I'm probably gonna end up crashing here. Blaney came out of the scrum in second with Larson in third. I'm Jerry Jordan.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Rep. Troy Nehls Discusses the Explosive New J6 Footage
"Us about what we heard in the last 24 hours thanks to Tucker Carlson. Are we going to get to the bottom of what happened on January 6th? What Nancy Pelosi hid. And what can you do given the fact that Mitch McConnell has removed from you the power of the person until September with his outrageous omnibus bill. So what could people in Texas and across America expect? Will something change? Well, I applaud leader McCarthy for releasing the tapes of Tucker Carlson. That was a fantastic show last night. He showed that there was no insurrection on January 6th and he had the facts he had the proof to say so. So I hope that leader McCarthy working with Jim Jordan who is the chair of judiciary and with mister colmer over saint Gabriel form that we will have some conversations. We need to get Nancy Pelosi in front of our committee. We need to get the leadership of the capitol police, which in my humble opinion, through all of my research, could have prevented this from taking place, but they didn't. They've ignored, they completely ignored the intelligence. So we need to get these individuals in front of our committees and ask serious questions. And ray ep, ray F is a liar. He should have been thrown in jail. He should be in jail today.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Thomas Baker on the Politicization of the FBI
"The privilege of speaking to Thomas baker 33 year veteran of the FBI, someone who just testified in front of Jim Jordan's committee, just days ago about the collaboration that we have seen. The politicization of the FBI working with big tech, this is all a nightmare, these things are threats to democracy is putting it a little mildly, but the book is called the fall of the FBI. So Thomas baker, please continue. Where are we? Where do you see these things going? Well, what they Twitter revelations that Twitter files have documented is that the FBI are certainly a team within the FBI of analysts and agents where direct collaboration collusion, if you will, with Twitter and other social media companies to suppress, to monitor free speech, that's something the federal government should never be doing. The constitution, the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights, guarantees, freedom of speech, and of course dream of press and religion as well. And the FBI in the past was always, we would train and talk, we would have be guarantors of those first ten amendments and not to see them as any obstacle or challenge. What happened here with Twitter and this is very well documented now when people on the right and the left should both be upset about this. The FBI who would be forbidden as part of the federal government to monitor speech to sensitive speech, they engage Twitter and Twitter private company went and suppressed speech and the initial rationale for it was they didn't want to see Russian collusion while Twitter now in the Twitter files have told us there was very little Russian a foreign interference. It was the speech of Americans, even sarcasm and jokes with censored. That is very threatening, very frightening. And it is so different from the FBI I grew up in.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh and Debbie Discuss New January 6 Revelations
"I wanted to begin with this topic of January 6th because we got to give credit to Jim Jordan. He might have reluctantly agreed to do this, but this is something that people like Marjorie Taylor Greene have long wanted. The release of the full footage. Why? Because we know that the DoJ and these trials. Now, in the January 6th trials, the defendants are entitled to look at video footage, but very often they don't get the full video. The only get limited clips that pertain to that defendant, and that's often an adequate, because you can't see the context of what's happening. What's the crowd doing? Are there police officers that are marching toward you heavily armed and blasting you with pepper sprays? That's why you did what you did. Well, interestingly, I saw a video clip of a man asking the arms capitol police, hey guys, why isn't there more security? What's going on? Why are you guys just standing there? Why aren't you doing something? And that was really interesting because we had never seen that before. And really, it goes to show you that they weren't all that interested in security on that day. This is a key point. Here's another point. There's an interesting video. Again, in one of the new videos, where you see this group of patriots coming in, they're very calm. They're very subdued. And they're walking in between the ropes at the capitol. Right. And you see in a fire. In a line. So now ask yourself this, does this look like an insurrection? In other words, people proceeding they're unarmed. They're proceeding in an orderly fashion, and they're so well mannered, could contrast this with left wing activists who start trashing the walls and writing all kinds of signs. Exactly. They're facing the place. These guys are moving almost solemnly through a line. And I think this is the reason a video like this is not released by the January 6th committee because it undercuts the narrative.
AP News Radio
Jones, Jackson help Grizzlies beat Warriors, 131-110
"Tyus Jones, jaren Jackson junior and Desmond bane led the grizzlies to a lopsided win over the warriors. One 31 one ten. Jones provided 22 points and 11 assists as Memphis continues to play without John morant, who will miss at least three more games. Jackson finished with 21 points and 9 rebounds, while bane also had 21 points. The trio helped the grizzly score a season high 77 points in the first half. Good for an 18 point lead. Steph Curry had 29 points and 7 rebounds for Golden State, and Jordan Peele added 22 points. I'm Dave ferry.
"jordan a" Discussed on Revision Path
"Like for where I'm at right now, the best advice I was given was not too long ago. I was talking to Eddie Parker, you know, just trying to take advantage of this situation. I'm like, okay, I've got to meet this man. And I was like, okay, we just kind of had a conversation, and I told him where I was at, kind of like where I was talking about earlier, like how I feel like I'm just in this space where I'm trying to figure out what's next. Like, what do I want to keep doing? Or how do I keep moving forward? And what he told me was that what you had to do as a designer is kind of like figure out what your voice is, you spend all this time learning the building blocks, you learn in the technical things, like, oh, how do I use after effects? How do I use InDesign and all this kind of stuff, but sometimes you can get kind of lost in that and not realize that you have a way of expressing yourself. You have a voice and I feel like I do those things, but I don't have my own world that I've built out, like a vision for how people just immediately are like, oh, Jordan made this. This speaks to his sensibilities. I'm very much more so in the kind of like production stage of where I'm at right now. So I think that was something that was really helpful to me. He was talking about how, you know, you kind of have to pick what means the most to you. So is it about paying it forward? And in which case maybe you do a lot more kind of like teaching or instructing or is it about expressing the essence of what we do in that case, you might do a lot more of forums and to talk type things, but it was really helpful just like figuring out what means the most to you and how do you make that known to people. What is your identity as a designer? That's really good advice. Yeah. Next time you talk to Eddie tell him I said, what's up? Okay. Yeah. I should see him so. Okay. Yeah. What is it that keeps you motivated and inspired these days? I think what keeps me the most motivated is just that I just, I know there's so much more coming. There are a myriad of things that have guided me to this point. The music I love, the artwork I love. I'm a constantly making mood boards on arena or Pinterest of things that I think other people are doing in a cool and they push me forward, but I think the things that the thing that keeps me the most hopeful for what's coming in the future is that I know I have a place and I know that I'm in control of it ultimately and I just had to keep going forward and seeing what's next looking for those new opportunities. What more do you want to see from the design community? I feel like you are at this like very unique place as not only just a young designer but also a young designer at a place that has such a storied reputation I would say. What do you want to see more of from the design community? I want to see more black people. I want to see more of more of me more of us. I just want to see more of it. I think that, you know, we're such a creative people, like our influences. So ridiculous and I think that when you think about that and the grand scope, the statistics around how many people of color are how many black people are designing is so disproportionately low when I think about the kind of impact we have on the sway of things in American culture. I think that also something that I want to see more of is based on my background and I guess a little bit of like just like being around my mom all the time is, I want to see more people designing it earlier ages. It kind of stuff like introduced to kids early and earlier. I think with the onset of the Internet and like TikTok and all those kind of things, I think it's becoming a little more standardized at earlier ages and younger and younger kids are getting into it, but I did a talk from my mom's elementary school a few months ago, just kind of like introducing them to what design is. And the amount of feedback I got from not only the kids, but the teachers that didn't know that it was an option. And we're just so blown away about the possibility of what design is and what it can do. I think that just needs to continue happening. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years? Like what kind of work do you want to be doing? In the next 5 years, I want to be doing more work that speaks to who I am. I wanted to speak to my interests. I wanted to impact the people that I care about the most. I wanted to continue to be as proud of my work as I am right now. I feel like I'm really proud of what I do, but it also isn't a 100% mine. So I think that's where I see myself in 5 years, just like really taking more ownership of my designs and applying them to what means most of me. Well, just to kind of wrap things up here, where can our audience find out more information about you and about your work and everything online? You can find me on Instagram at jiggy Jordan as JI gg, jordie. I have a website. It's a key word, George. KE Y, WOR DJ or RD. Other than that, I mean, I have an arena page. I enjoy that a lot. I've been really getting into that. Do you use arena at all? This was back in like 20 19, 2020. I worked with a designer. This really cool ass dude. They used to work at glitch together. He kind of turned me on to arena at first because he was using it kind of like as a sketchbook of sorts. I've never used it outside of that though. Like what is it like? So to me, it's like the cooler Pinterest. I find a lot of design inspiration on their visually, but I see all kind of people doing different things on here. I've seen entire mood boards that are just full of random ideas. I've seen kind of like tons of people making video references, like motion references, entire mood boards that are just like free typefaces. It's a pretty, I mean, I enjoy it a lot. It's a little kind of like grungy and underground, but that speaks to kind of like the kind of stuff I like. So I'll have to check it out. What's your name on arena? It's just a Jordan Taylor. I think that's the best way to find you out here. That's the other thing. It's a little hard to discover people on this thing, but I'll message you and if anybody else has any trouble with finding me, they can let me know, I guess on Instagram or something. All right, sounds good. Jordan Taylor, I want to thank you so, so much for coming on the show. I really wanted to have like a young Atlanta designer on the show. I know you're not in the land anymore, but I think just your story of quiet perseverance and drive from growing up to going to school and even pursuing these internships. I think that's something that a lot of people out here need to see because I think we see enough of the alternative, which is I went to this fancy art school and now I went to this fancy agency or whatever. I think people see enough of the alternative and don't see the folks out here that are like quietly grinding and I get the sense that you've really been quietly grinding, building your portfolio, improving your skills, and that's gotten to where you are now at pentagram of all places, I can't wait to see what you do in 5 years, man. I'm really going to be keeping an eye out for you. So thank you so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it.
"jordan a" Discussed on Revision Path
"A lot more clearly to what you all actually have going on here. It's so interesting and fun here. I think that this could be expressed a different way. So it was a chance for me to kind of build a proposal and then from there, it really bled into a lot of things. I was creating their monthly social posts. I was creating special animated assets whenever they had a special event going on. I was doing their event graphics. I was doing the wayfinding within the museum, or within the art space, excuse me. And then when I was also still doing the vinyl descriptors for the exhibitions, also, and I even got to help with one of the art pieces one time, they had this mantra that they wanted to put on the wall, but the guy walked in with just like typed out from a typewriter on a piece of paper. And he was like, I wanted to look exactly like this. But on the wall, I was like, are you the artist? You don't know how to do that. But you know, there was a chance to really collaborate with the artist and get their vision across, but then also, you know, I had to collaborate with the kind of more practical people of vinyl makers and figure out how I could create his vision and make it make sense to them. It's like the go between. So it was a lot. I mean, I met a lot of incredible people just like an invaluable experience. It pops back up every time I'm trying to do something. What I earlier when I talked about flipping those switches, that was the first place where I really had to flip switches like, you know, I might animate, but I might be doing social stuff, but I might be making a visitor's brochure. So sounds like you really spread your wings there like creatively. You got to do a lot of different things. Because of the nature of the space is a contemporary art space, you know, it was very open to like kind of like new ways of doing things or new approaches. You know, like they had their shareholders or their investors that you kind of had to like run things by and the final round, but all in all, you know, it was very, like you said, a great experience to kind of like spread my wings and figure things out on the fly. Now you're currently in New York, of course that's for work for pentagram, but I'm curious when you think of your time here as a designer in Atlanta. What was the design community and seeing like for you? How would you describe it maybe to someone outside of Atlanta? I would say the design scene here in Atlanta. I'm not there anymore. It's a lot broader than you think it is. There's a lot of incredible people just kind of like, you got to come and you got to kind of like get in there, but once you get in there, there's a lot of amazing people out there doing the thing and making their way. And what makes it different from what I've encountered so far up here in New York, you know, New York is very much like a design city. It's like the subway system. And this and that. But in Atlanta, what I really liked about the community out there is everyone was very much so like making a way for themselves and finding their pocket or their niche and figuring things out and the community comes together for different things like AIGA events and stuff. I would say the AIGA is a good way to kind of like find out what people are doing and kind of like find your group or butcher most interested in, but everyone out there was being really resourceful or like everyone out there had found their groove, they knew how to work it through all the ups and downs like one of my mentors, his name was Joe price. Oh, I know Joe. You know, Joe? Yeah. Great. He was freelance, but he had been freelancing for so long when I met him. He just, you know, was constantly he's so good at rolling with the punches, even during the pandemic. He just knew how to figure things out. But at the same time, because it's such like a more kind of like non mainstream thing to be a designer, I guess. He's so quirky, even though he I don't think he thinks he is. Joe has pet squirrels and workspace. It's like a little nook in his backyard. Full of different kind of like design ephemera just all over the place. It's just stacks of books on books on books. It's really incredible. So I think it's pretty great, but you kind of got to get in there. You're not just going to kind of get swept up in it. You got to get into it. Yeah. Joe gave me the coolest piece of I guess designed swag or ephemera that I've ever gotten from anyone. But I mean, I've been to conferences and I've talked to people all around the world. This was years and years ago. No one else has ever given me anything this cool. And it is, you're gonna laugh at this. It's a beverage koozie, like, you know, like you put on cans? Yeah. But it's a paper bag. So like, you know, like when you get like you see folks on the corner, get a 40 or whatever, and they drinking it right out the paper bag. It's a paper bag, koozie, and it's actually a bag. Like you put the can like a regular 12 on scan. Like you put it in the bag and it's got his logo on it. It is the coolest thing I have ever gotten from any designer anywhere. And I've gotten posters, books, figurines, this little and the thing is I can't find it anywhere. I don't know where Joe got those from. I don't know where he got those printed. The website of the bottom of it no longer exists. But I still have it. It's in my silverware drawer in my kitchen. It is the one coolest piece of design of fame I ever got is just a paper bag cozy. Like it's paper bag on the outside, but it's insulated on the inside and you just put a drink in it and then you feel like you're drinking out of a paper bag. It's the coolest thing. No, that sounds amazing. I've never heard of it. I'm gonna have to ask him about it because that sounds incredible. And it's all crinkled, and paper bag and it's like. And like from a distance someone will think like you're just drinking out like a small paper bag or something, but like, no, it's a beverage koozie. It's so cool. It's so cool. Did you feel like there were any sort of particular challenges that you had to face here as a designer that you might not be facing in New York? I think the main one is just that, like I said, it's not like a super, it's just not as popular of a career path, I guess, in Atlanta. So when it came time for me to find a career path to find a job or a gig, it was, it was a little difficult. I found myself kind of like ending up in at the same spots whenever I would try and find different avenues. So I spent the amount of times that I applied to Turner broadcasting. Shock and Apollo. I applied to a place so many times throughout college, like after college, I was constantly like Adult Swim. Cartoon Network, TNT, blah, blah, blah. So many times. And then, you know, as I got more into the design community, I found out more about different places that were available or even designed shops like matchstick and so forth, but I just think that
"jordan a" Discussed on Revision Path
"Whole time. I miss it a lot. So I think about it every day. I mean, you grew up in Atlanta, you know, during a tie. I mean, to me, feels like peak Atlanta. The Olympics, freaknik, 96, that whole time. I came to Atlanta in 99, so like right after that. But I'm from Alabama, from Selma, so I'm not that far from Atlanta. I'm like, roughly about three hours. And we would always come to Atlanta every honestly, like every summer or every time, I don't know our class did well on the SATs or something. It was always like, we're going to 6 flags. We're going to 6 flags. So I've always been in and around Atlanta and then finally moved here when I was 18, but I know exactly that feeling that you're talking about. And it's something that I'm sort of exploring a little bit because I'm working on a book proposal. And as I'm working through it, there's such a positive threat of blackness throughout Atlanta that I don't think a lot of people really get. I think people see Atlanta. They see the entertainment. They see the music. They see like, oh, it's a really black city, but it's a warmth. I think that a lot of people don't really understand unless you're either from there or you've really lived there for a long time. And it's something, I mean, I feel like I got a little bit just from visiting so much, but certainly my formative years in my teens and my teams were really my late teens and my 20s in Atlanta is just, it's irreplaceable. It's hard to put that feeling into words about this sort of. It's not even so much a positive blackness, but as much as every example of excellence that you see around you is black. Right. And I think sometimes that can be hard, even for other black people to see, depending on where they grew up. But Atlanta really sort of fosters that and it's not in any sort of weird, Supernatural, extraordinary way. It's like excellence is just all around you. Yeah. A very casual blackness. Yeah. Oh, that's such a good way to put it. A very casual blank that's such a good way to put it. Yeah. Yeah. For me, like everybody, people are constantly on this notion, if you know, like blackness is not a monolith. And that's kind of what I mean. Like what we're both talking about with that casual blackness. I wouldn't put myself in like a certain frame. Like I always talk to my friends like, we all played sports, but we all like anime. We all ended up doing different jobs and it just didn't feel like I had friends who were like in the arts, but I also had friends who are like paramedics and I also have friends who are a party promoters. So division. Yeah. There's no division. I a 100% know exactly what you mean. I mean, I went to I went to morehouse. So I absolutely know of like what that division can definitely look like, but yeah man, I mean, you grew up here in a great, great, great topic. I can tell why you miss it. I can definitely tell why. Was art and design kind of a big part of you growing up here? I would say it was, but it was more from a sense of like, it was something that I was just always interested in and you know, you get older and you kind of look back on your life and you realize you were doing things the whole time that we're preparing you for something you didn't even know you were preparing yourself for. So it wasn't more so that design or like the arts was like constantly around me. Like nobody in my family is like a designer. My mom's a school counselor and my dad works at the EPA. It was more so that it was just constantly something that I was interested in. I watched a lot of TV. A lot of Cartoon Network, a lot of Nickelodeon, a lot of Disney, a lot of anime, a lot of Toonami. Those kind of things are what introduced me into the arts and made me appreciate art a lot more. So I think the first thing I ever tried to draw was Goku on one of my school notepads. And from there, I kept drawing and drawing and doodling. But it wasn't something that I really embraced as something that would ever be a part of my future. It was more so just like something that I enjoyed and it was an outlet for me and it helped me express something that I really cared about. And then I kind of got opportunities later on in high school to express those things in different ways. Like I knew I had that drawing talent and my mom would put me into these art programs over the summer to kind of like learn more about the technical side. I did one in all fourth war at this summer camp where we kind of like had to choose a discipline. So I went with the drawing one because it was the one that I was the best at. I kind of got those things, but it was never something that I thought that I was actually ever going to be doing with my wife. When I was about to graduate high school, I planned on doing engineering, like focusing on that is part of my college curriculum because like I said, I was preparing myself for things that I didn't actually know were available to me. I was like, okay, well, I'm good at math and science. But I also want to create things. So I didn't know how to express that completely. So my dad was working at the EPA. I was like, oh, he's an engineer and maybe I'll be an engineer and maybe I'll get the tinker on things or like build something one day. But it wasn't like something that I was like fully embracing. I definitely went to the high museum way more like during my college days than I ever did during grade school. But it sounds like your parents, though, at least supported you in that sort of, I guess you could say at that point was a hobby, was you really liking art and drawing, like they've been trying to dissuade you from it? No. They never dissuaded me from anything. I think I get a lot of like my laid back kind of attitude from them because they're very much, you know, they were very much always like as long as I handled what I was supposed to be doing. In school or whatever, then they would let me do whatever I wanted to in the kind of peripheries. Yeah. They never really tried to shut me down for me. And I always appreciate them for that. So you ended up going to Georgia state university, and Atlanta's got some well-known design schools here. I mean, let's see if you were trying to think, was that no Atlanta college of art wasn't around during that time. But I mean, we had artists institute of Atlanta, I think scad was just maybe starting to have their campus here. I don't recall, but there's also things like the portfolio center, et cetera I don't know if Georgia's state really has ever in that conversation of like great design schools or curriculums in the city. Like, how was your time there? I really enjoyed my time there. So my introduction to Georgia state came a bit later in college, I transferred there, I first golf went to fort valley state university. It's an HBCU, like an hour south of Macon. I'm near Warner Robbins. Yep, I'm familiar. Yeah, you know about for a belly. I know about four valley. That was where I went because I thought I was going to be engineers. My mom was like, okay, go to this agricultural school, they have an engineering program. You can do that. And while I was there, I found out more about graphic design. I would hear about it here and there, like on the Internet. But I didn't know how it worked. And I found out what Adobe was. I was like, okay, well, my laptop's not good enough to do any of that kind of stuff.
"jordan a" Discussed on Revision Path
"Through in depth interviews you'll learn about their work, their goals and what inspires them as creative individuals. Here's your host, Maurice cherry hello everybody and welcome to revision path. Thank you so much for tuning in. I'm your host, Maurice cherry. Now you've heard me talk about the tenth collective, the tenth collective is an initiative that is from revision path and from state of black design and we came together to make this initiative because we both get approached by a lot of companies that are looking for black designers. You know, I mentioned this. I think maybe an episode or two ago, but this sort of time period right now in September, they call it the September surge because the fiscal years for a lot of companies began. And so companies start looking at hiring as they begin their fiscal year, also to try to prep for the holidays and such like that. So if you're looking for work, the tenth collective is a great resource for you. Like I said, we want to do this so we can pair black designers with companies that are looking to hire black designers. It's free to join the tenth collective. There's just a short profile that you have to fill out and you're all set. You'll only get contacted by companies when they're ready to talk to you. And you can hide your profile from companies or remain completely anonymous. It's a great resource whether you're looking for your next opportunity like I am, or you already have a gig and maybe you just want to see what else is out there. You can even hide your profile from your employer or from any other companies as well. Head on over to the tenth collective dot com to join or you can check out the link in the show notes. This episode of provision path is brought to you by hover, building your online brand has never been more important, and that begins with your domain name. Show the online community who you are and what you're passionate about with hover. With over 400 plus domain extensions to choose from, including all the classics and fun niche extensions, hover is the only domain provider I use and trust. So what are you waiting for? Go to hover dot com forward slash revision path and get 10% off your first purchase. Now for this week's interview, I'm talking with Jordan Taylor, a designer at pentagram in New York City. Let's start the show. All right, so tell us who you are and what you do. I'm Jordan Taylor. I'm a graphic designer at pentagram, working a lot of different projects, mostly branding, but a fair share of editorial and motion design, a few websites here and there. How has the year been going so far? My year has been pretty great. I recently moved to a new place for the first time. I'm now living out in Brooklyn, New York. I moved up here for work and, you know, it's been a chance to go on new adventures, see different things, meet new people. It's been pretty interesting. A lot of changes. When you sort of look at the year in general, where we're at now, you know, we're recording this right now in August, mid August. Is there anything that you want to accomplish before the year ends? Oh, I'd say that right now, I'm kind of in a place where I'm trying to figure out what my next thing is. One of the things I really want to accomplish for the years over is starting to make those steps toward whatever that looks like. Whether it's like an expression of self or new business endeavors, just like starting to really get back into more like self activated things like, I don't know, you know how they say you kind of are always going to kind of need to fall a couple of times when you're on your journey somewhere. I'm ready to kind of start taking those babies first steps toward whatever new horizon I'm hitting tour. I feel like I'm in that kind of place. Okay. Now you're at pentagram, which is a extremely, extremely well known design consultancy. Talk to me about that. Yeah. Yeah, pentagram is it's so many things, like I'm there now. I've been working there coming up on two years in September. When I started, it was as a remote position. I started as an intern, but I was working from home still down in Atlanta. The journey there was just so unexpected. I just didn't think that it was like a place I was going to get to, you know, like when I started really diving into design, you know, you kind of get introduced to different ways of doing things and what brand design looks like and who the kind of designers to know are and you find out about different names and you kind of end up finding out about pentagram and it just is a crazy experience to walk in there and actually see these people in person and not from like even like a crowd for some sort of forum that they're putting on it's been really interesting just like even beyond like the partners you have all the people working there on the different teams and you find out like how a team works and how they approach projects and different ways that people think it's like a big incubator. It's really been like the way I got there was so much so of just like putting my head down because it was like the middle of the pandemic and like just trying to get to the best place I could after leaving school so in a way like I don't always fully take it in, but in those moments that I do, it just really kind of hits me and it's like oh I'm actually in here every day if that makes sense. It's a lot of work but it's also a lot of just like air of ridiculousness to me. It's like worked out to this level. It sounds like it's hard to put into words. I mean I'm kind of listening to you stay over to talk about it but I mean I can imagine you've got such design heavyweights like Michael Beirut and Paula scher and Eddie go par whom we've had on the show episode two 34 and people want to check that out. But yeah, like I can imagine having that much I guess the weight of it all is probably a lot to think about from your perspective. And then at the same time, I still have work to do every day. Like I still have like four or 5 projects to work on. It's a balancing act. You try to make yourself known and reach and get to know people, but at the same time you're still trying to keep the main thing, the main thing and I guess to do the work that got you there. So. And you've done that. I mean, you've done the work that got you there. It's not like you just walked in off the street, and the pentagram, like you said, you had your head down, working, and we'll get more into your background and your story. But you deserve to be there. No, absolutely. Yeah. I say all these things about how it feels to be there, but I don't think I ever really felt I didn't belong, maybe just that I didn't expect for anybody to actually figure that out if that makes sense. What is a typical day look like for you at pentagram? A typical day for me when I first started there is an intern, one of the big things that I was really kind of aware of was that I was probably not going to understand how anything worked. So I would reach out to my mentors, one of which was Louis Michele. He used to work at Collins now. He's an apple. I reached out to John Ferguson and my court smith. I just kind of asked him, you know, like you all are professionals, you all are in this design world. Like, how do you actually keep track of all the things that you're supposed to do on a day? Like, how do you know how much time to allocate to a project? If you've got multiple projects going on, how do you know when to start the day or when the end of the day? Because it was working from home and starting out, like everything was a little too soft for me. Long story short, I got into making to do lists to start the
The Big Picture
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"I thought was really interesting in this movie. I thought he was doing like a little bit of, I don't know, I don't want to say Brando necessarily, but like really internal and closed off and almost like incoherent at times, like incomprehensible, his line readings, which feels very purposeful and is so different from, say, Judas and the Black Messiah, where he was just incredibly valuable and clear figure who's always giving speeches, I've always loved kaluuya. I think he's such an interesting actor. But I thought this was a really cool balance and the really cool pairing of performances from those two. What do you think of them as the leads? First of all, she was delightful. She always is. They gave, I feel like this was Kiki's opportunity to be to really showcase her skill set on a major major level. And the fact that she can elevate scenes in movies by bringing a mixture of who we know her to be and also this dramatic exuberance that just oozes off of the screen, right? You can put her with anyone, she can bring the best out of them. And she can also turn a scene up. With that or with some heavy emotional stuff, she was just absolutely fantastic. With Daniel, people he was playing a horse dude. I've been around these guys my entire life. Some of them relate to the animals better than they do to people. Like my father was a rodeo rider and a horseman. I've been riding since I was 5 years old. There are guys that just their guys that were horses out and then go live normal lives, and then there are guys that just come to your barn in the back of your house, sit in a chair and talk to horses all day. And just talk to horses, call them son, you know what I mean? It's like they don't talk very much outside of that, but they know everything that the horse is thinking. They know everything that the horse is feeling. And they're like connected in that way, which is probably in this movie. The reason why he seeks to kind of understand, he gives the alien a name or that he gives the creature a name. You know what I mean? Because he's trying to have that same type. He wants to saddle break it. He says it in the movie. He wants to saddle break the creature. And having that relationship with the creature is something that horse dudes really do. But sometimes they're not hyper verbal. Remember in the movie in the movies beginning, they set up the fact that he doesn't really know how to communicate with people that will. She has to come in and give the safety meeting the safety speech when they're on set. So
"jordan a" Discussed on LadyGang
"His fantasy of wanting to watch me have sex with another man. It wasn't into it at first but after time in talking i agreed. I slept with the summit close friend of ours in front of him. Biggest mistake i enjoyed it and the things got weird about eight months have passed in my husband and i are having a lot less sex. This is definitely a problem. And i'm struggling on where to go from here any advice. How much too sexy she having with the other guy. Though she said her husband and her having less sex she still having sex with this other. Do i mean that could be a thing. No wonder because he probably thought. Oh yeah you know. I'm going to watch this. It's going to be super sexy. And then she goes and has sex with this person who who he's sort of thought i'm above this guy and he probably has a nine inch dong that just for his leg and then she's like screaming and he's like she never really does that when i'm with her like what's up. And then suddenly he finds out the dude makes three hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year more than he does. And he's like why don't you like. Yeah so now. He's super paranoid and emasculated totally did it to himself after That's there's damage their actual relationship damage here so what. She was unclear on was. What does she want to change. Is she still talking with this other person. If so that's obviously got stopped. She's also got maybe smooth things over by saying. Yeah you know like i kind of enjoyed it but not really. I mostly enjoyed the fact that i thought you enjoyed. It wasn't anything better than what we have. I much prefer the emotional connection that i have with you and then also they need to go to therapy and like reinforce all of that but if they're still doing the whole bang other dudes thing that the first thing to do is stop the bleeding and this relationship in terms of like the goodwill that goes on and then reassure the guy because obviously he feels emasculated which is why they're having less sex. I also wonder if he's like. Well shit maybe. I should be having sex with someone else now to it's unfair. That could be a thing where he's now starting to look outside the relationship and you don't know if he's done that yet and maybe he hasn't but you don't want him to feel like he needs to get sexual validation from somewhere else can't get it from you because if that's the case then he's one thousand percent going to start to look at cheating whether he wanted to ever before or not. Oh my god it's just like opening pandora's box is it really don't do it. Is my thing niki. secret affair. and you know we're writing a book right now our second book jordan and all about secrets and i'm just letting you know lady anonymous that like everyone is cheating on their husband because literally we could write the encyclopedia. Abcd all the way to do with like just cheating stories. How many people are cheating on their husband in the neighbor. The swimming coach in the teacher like everyone is sleeping with someone else. So just do it in private and like don't ever invite it. I don't know what she really wants to be doing that. Bad bad what happens. You know everything is screwed up so idiot was the dumbest thing is on this. Step that the dumbest part of this is doing it with somebody that they've can new like the whole. Let's try this other thing. I kinda get it. It was kinda dumb. It seems like a foregone conclusion that this might happen but then being like let's involves someone with whom we have a personal relationship or in kidding me. No fair ours. Literally apps to find random. Enjoy that experience with you that you won't have to talk to a guy exactly. Also how hard is it. Let's be honest to find a dude who's like. Hey will you bang my wife. Yeah there's a kazillion of those in a lotta guys. I remember when i was like twenty. A guy told me that. He wanted me to bang his wife. And i was kind of scared because i was only twenty and it was a little early but i realize now of course i'm twenty like he's not worried me as a man with a job and like palaces. Yeah it's not gonna leave him for his twenty year old schmos a sophomore in college. Come on and he also knows like the odds of having. Some gross disease are fairly slim. 'cause i'm really young like shy so they could have picked anyone but they're like. Let's pick the neighbor who has who lives in our area. We see all the day. Go dumb. That was thinking it. All the power perception is that you're the boss. You guys can listen to jordan. This show the jordan. Harbinger show every tuesday thursday and friday. Wherever you get podcasts. He is a podcast. One brother of ours and you can follow him on his instagram. It's just his name jordan harbinger and we're doing a pod trade guys so not exactly. Sure who's gonna come out first. But we're going on his show. He's coming on our show. It's a little pod. Trade in the power perception is that we're the greatest podcasters in the world. And i am three time emmy winner kelty nights saying and.
"jordan a" Discussed on LadyGang
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"jordan a" Discussed on LadyGang
"Wow i love this. And there's a couple things that i've taken from listening to you and reading you that i love that i wanna share with our audience and there's something that you said and i can't remember if your original quota or if you quoted someone else but dig the well before you get thirsty. Take me to church jordan. What does that so. I'm pretty sure that that's a book title from one thousand nine hundred ninety six but i i use it because look becca about the fall off her chair and look what she. I took that from like a book like the nineties. But you know. I feel like that's fair. Whatever i what what. I mean by that book. I didn't even read what the book title means to me. Is you have to build relationships before you need a lotta people. Y'all are familiar with the as seen right. How somebody call you and go. Hey girl and you're like what do you want and it's always like so i'm releasing a book and i wanna go lady gang. I know we've been meaning to do this for years. And you're like wait now. We have and. I never talked to you last time i talked to you. You wanted to get free makeup from you as we have free clothing. That's we haven't been meaning to do shit and all these people do that and then or they're like have told you about herbalife for like scientology your thing after another. I'm talking about digging the wall before you're thirsty. Which is like. Hey hey heard your releasing this. What can i do to help you. Oh you're looking for pr. Hey here's a person that i know that's been killing it for me. All you're starting a podcast. Here's a hosting company going to do well for you or like you're looking for a network. Let me introduce you to podcast one. Because they'll do a good job selling your ads or whatever it is and they're like oh okay and then you just keep helping people you. You don't have to put yourself out. You don't have to code their website yourself. You don't have to pay for anything. It's just about like taking nodes in your network and connecting them to each other and when you do that enough you build referral currency or social capital and then people are like. Oh my gosh you know. You've been super helpful. What can i do for you. And then when you do finally launch your book clothing line you just put the word out there and people are like oh good. Finally a chance to help this person back. Who's got me my podcast hosts and it's helped me. Set this up and told me which microphones to buy and taught me how to plug everything in on a zoom call. That took like five minutes but would have taken me like an hour to read all the figure out there. They're trying they wanna like they really want to pay you back or at least reciprocate a little. Because they haven't had a chance to so. It's like this law of property stuff where you sort of psychologically feel like you just build as many of those as you can and that's about digging the well before you get thirsty build those relationships before you need them. What most people do is they just constantly think what's in it for me right now instead of thinking. How can i maybe do something for someone else. That doesn't cost me much and when you are only thinking short term. It's like dating right. It's like it just doesn't work that well when you're only like oh yeah i'm only going to call you when i'm like horny and it's twelve. Pm it's twelve am. Yeah i can do audio afternoon sex. Who doesn't co that only works under certain very concrete circumstances and people who rely on that as a strategy. They are less lucky in every sense of the word than somebody who's like hey driven to the airport a bunch of times. No you'd probably want to. And i've got i've got the six pack apps or whatever the hell like you know you're looking for these days like you wanna make sure that you have built up that referral currency so that that person feels good about helping you not like guilted into it or strong-armed into it because that's when you just ghost i mean we've all had those people come to us and it's like oh my god block right yeah you. You want people who've done as much as they can to help you before you were useful to them. And that's like a measure of their character. Sure maybe now kelsey will start responding to people's text messages maybe looking. I'm part of a trio. Honestly i don't have that i'm working. She's not the connector no added. That's seventy unread texts. Are you one of those people that has like notifications miami. She realized that she stayed person. Every whites em's on instagram. And then i'm in trouble for mad people like you read it but you didn't respond. I know i put it in my body. And i'll talk to you about it the next time. I don't leave my house like anyway. That's why i have to be a part of a trio because between the three of us we have all the human skills. I can make a list. We have our creative with jack. We have a networking queen. Becca is someone who has a well. She's the person that's always like. I'll go to your stupid party. I'll post your stupid sunglasses. She definitely lives by everything that you were talking. I do reginald my on back. I did not know. I was building a well. I just enjoy connecting people. Because i was so grateful to have had that done for me but when we had our tv show it was like. Who do you have in the well. Becker..
"jordan a" Discussed on LadyGang
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"I've gone through my email. And i've unsubscribe to every email. And i used to have to do it through this. It's like unroll knee or something like that but when you use that they somehow subscribe you to more email so i've been slowly plugging away at my antibiotics time. I get a subscription email from some publicist like publicity company. Like somehow people are putting the on emails like. I'm a publicist. And i want to start covering stories visit because of lady gang getting my email. Yeah would you like to cover this. New story about bella hadeed. I'm like no. I don't apparently know who she is. But it feels really good. I'm having a brand new start. Slow at my amgad. I also just realize that you could just mark all emails. His red so now. I don't have an inbox full of eleven thousand emails. I'm starting from zero again. But did you read the email. No because they're a bunch of old emails from like five years ago. God this gives me anxiety. It was all of the spam emails. That i have been getting from post says for the past five years that i didn't actually want to read. Okay okay now. I have a notification like all my reply emails narrow. Yes okay. okay sometimes That's my good week bad week. Is i think that. I've been living with jared for enough time that now. I am taking for granted what he does around the apartment because he was gone recently and are Shower clogged up. And i had to get the hera little snake thing and get all of the hair and good luck on the bottom of the shower myself. And i haven't had to do that in like re years. And i almost threw up. That is the grossest it's nasty just drain ow i. There honestly was no room for the drain. Oh to go like it was so clogged. It was so discussing. An i would rather literally cleanup shit where like puke in a toilet. Then pick up hair. That like melded with cook and like the is there. A grocer experience than being in a hotel and turning show notes and the water starts rising because the drain is so clogged. That is because was like other people's body cells and other people in the shower and hair and skin. i'll pass it could have been worse. Could have been a shower at a hotel kelsey. Okay bad week. I finally can grew something in my lettuce grow. I grew three squashes. And i was so excited about them. And first of all. I thought i planted spaghetti squash. Which in my opinion is the best. Wash but i planted some ugly gourds squash so it grew and a huge and the squash took over my entire lettuce grow and then i got a little pincher bugs. Anyway so i finally harvested my squash a gourmet squash out. I cut them off. Put them on the ground. Because i was gonna take them inside and possibly cook them. The story is going somewhere. And then i got busy and i forgot and i left them. There overnight and the squirrel hopped over the fence and ate some of each of the. I can't cook it and eat it. 'cause there's squirrel bites and that might have a disease so i'm pissed off and i'm only growing basil from now on good week they're okay. They're tech talk role quick. Where it's like. I've spent eight thousand hours. I two thousand dollars to grow this one. Strawberry worth five cents at whole foods. Like you're actually end up saving money with the lettuce throw not listen. We're not talking about this. We have grown lettuce and it's fine. It's just. It's a passion on timing about this week one month back off the diet coke. I got a flat stomach. I don't have in digestion. I'm sleeping well. And i don't have zits. Thank you get quitting. Diet coke again for the nine hundred time. I'll let you know when i get back on the line podcast. I was drinking a double gulp. So i feel very good about my quitting. I quit a job. Quit again okay. Coming up jordan. Hello hello hello all you jet-setting leads you sexual jet-setting ladies this lead. Secrets theme is travel. If you didn't know.
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"Lady game leading a welcome to the lady game. where contestants. Well we never thought of lady games. I feel like they had to have come up at some point. I feel like i. I think i have a problem. I can't speak anymore. I just had put not dish on tape yesterday afternoon. And i had to do like eight different like actions. Because i was tripping over words and they weren't hard words so that's fun well in that case it's time for good we as it is so this has to do with me and audition so now obviously everything's virtual and so lovely. I'm so grateful. Makes it so that i can put an audition on tape from anywhere in the world and so wonderful. So i I upload my auditions to video which is a great website. it's not sponsored But you can see how many times it's been viewed the video godsend auditions and see. You can kinda know within twenty four hours if you're in the running because like a lot of head to look. Yeah snow zero. No no. that's way better than what. I'm going to say zero. They didn't even give you a chance. So you feel bad. I put an addition on tape. Where i feel like there's been no better role written for me like the script was great. It's this like not an indie film. I kind of an indy film. It's a guy who's a stand up comedian. Who wrote it. He's written two other movies and they've been great like it's sort of like cream job. Where as an actor of my caliber you don't get offered marvel movie auditions during But these are the ones that are hard to get even auditions for. Because it's like a lot of people vying after these roles anyways rakia calls me my manager. And he's like i think this is a really good raw for you. It's like the thing that like that. You've we've been waiting for you to do long. And i read it and i agreed i was like this is so my alley. It's really just so easy for me and put it on tape. And even though i slept up my words in the beginning like i got to really decent takes like two great not great decent Put it up on video. And i never check the status of anything because i send it out in the ether and i don't know and i don't care but i started to get curious because this job starts very soon and i was like why just wanna see. I mean i'm going to start making some plans for august and i just wanna like steve. I'm supposed to be doing that. You know what i mean. Like getting really cocky in presumptuous. So i pulled my vinnie account me followed up right now. It's been twenty four hours since i've submitted. Now just know that. At least two of these views would be like ricky and my agent seen number one. Four views so ricky my agent and then maybe to casting people. They didn't watch seem to or my slate. Your sleep basically you just standing in front of the camera saying your name and your height or whatever so they watched my first seen to people and then decided you know what i'm good. I'm seconds the next. Video is a minute in nineteen seconds. So they didn't have a minute in nineteen seconds to spare to watch video number two so essentially. Put an audition tape for my agent and my manager to enjoy solely was the i was the first read or the second read better. The second scene was just better in general. So kind of been even see that the c- like the really good one. I mean in my defense the first scene and everybody that read the material was like it's not as funny the first thing just not written as well but it's fine and the second team was funnier. So i'm like bummer. A could they be. Maybe like i dunno busy with leonardo no. I think this job starts in like two weeks. They're not they're not like waiting around to like make hustle. 'cause i was thinking maybe they saw it and they were like we like her. We like we sent her through now. Like in twenty four more hours. You'll see more views No i mean listen. I'm totally okay with being a loser. Right now listen either. The either usa song to super fucking bad or did not see the next video. Here's the thing. I didn't suck. I can combine the reason. I can talk about this like this is because i'm confident that it didn't suck like it was actually one of my top five audition tapes of my life which is also really stating that. It got that that to my best is good enough to get more than my agent and my manager to watch. But it's fine. it's totally fine. I'm gonna move past it so this my bad week in. I like to give you guys like the life inside of a psychotic actress so my good week i got in my car and i very rarely have my like bluetooth connected to the car and like my music not connected. I do like satellite radio occasionally. I'll sometimes you podcast. Whatever out of nowhere. One of the ladies being podcasts. From like our first year of podcasting our very first year of podcasting starts to play. And i was dying laughing because i have not gone back and listened to early lady gang. You guys it was. i think it was. It was embarrassing. Like embarrassing like cringe cringe cringe and we were talking about like a dictionary. Word ambitious thought it was like ground breaking the term ambitious and i was so embarrassed. I myself even over again like secondhand embarrassed from basement for myself In the form of old lady gang so i'm mortified and i can't believe any of you guys have been listening since that day like i hated it but i also loved it because i don't feel like it's us anymore. You know it feels like oh you stupid idiot like six years ago you were such an idiot but it was kind of enjoyable. All my heart is pounding thinking about honestly. I'm getting a little puke thinking. Yeah i it was. It was a slack. Because i just you just remind me. There's like five hundred episodes of me being like a psychopath. They're nowhere. I real when we put it out and i'm listened to every episode so and i'm interested to see like to listen to kelsey in the beginning especially to see how like like especially confident your yourself before beckon. I broke down. That's mean. I wonder if if like if jack and i were the people who peeled back your onion so to speak and lasagna and peelers are we because i do feel like we've been able to expose a side of you that has always been there but it hasn't always been appreciated da hundred percent peeler. Okay jeff So my good week got a brand new computer. It's a fantastic week and during my whole computer new computer experience..
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"Visit careerbuilder dot com on with mario lopez wwl mario lopez join me now on zoom republic records recording artist jordan. Mcgraw welcome to the show jordan. Now worry man. i'm good man how are you. I'm doing well thank you. You're on the road as we speak with the jonas brothers very cool hasn't been going and where are you at exactly. It's it's going as as you would expect. I mean it's they're the best group to be on tour with their fans are nuts and everybody is just beyond still to be in a concert. Venue with real live music hanging out. So it's amazing. I'm so fired up about that too in on the road. They're not making the crowd. Are they making the crowd. All mass cup on most of them are a lot of people are doing it on their own but Our to our in particular. You have to show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative test within three days of the show. Okay then you could just partying up nice. Exactly what's been the best part of being on the road You know the first show setting foot on the stage. I couldn't help but smile ear. It was like you know you smell the slutty. People see all the the the big smiles here the yelling just like a home nothing like live performances in that energy. You're exactly exactly right. The latest singles called she. What inspired this one My wife and i were quarantining together or my now wife. We weren't married at the time relations but she woke up or i woke up and she was just sitting there glaring at me like what. What did i do she was. It's nothing you did. It's something dream version of you did in non holding you responsible all my god. I have the conversation all the time with my wife. She wakes me. I'm like i had a bedroom. I'm like well my fault. I'll have to play this her. Keep going no. I mean that's advantage. She's still wouldn't tell me what i did right in the dream. 'cause she's like i don't want you to give me ideas. Yes yes wait a minute. We're living the same life. That's exactly dream me. I'm gonna. I'm gonna just tear them apart so so funny. So does that have anything to do with other single her. That's that's the better side of things that was the that was getting her to be the one waking up next to me and then it turns out i just i even in her dreams. I can't keep it together. That's funny. I had a chance to listen to your song mcconnell. Hey which very cool and after matthew mcconaughey of course my mom happened to be his number one fan. I said she got she got a kick out of it. Do you know if he's heard by the way he has heard it. It was like christmas morning. I woke up to an email that said Matthew heard it and said quote. I love this and i was like i'm done. I'm good that's all i need. That's great that's your dad. To right i am a new dad. Yeah nice congratulations. How old thank you. She six months old all brand new high like it's the best age though it's like she got so much personality she can kind of sit up to play now. She blabs nonstop. I'm her favorite person. Yeah obviously that's what i say. My wife says she's our favorite but she's not here. So i'm gonna take it make it official. I'm her favorite person. Yeah no little. They love their dads. That's good that's good. It's the coolest job i've ever had. I agree i agree Is your family on the road with you or are you by yourself so right now. We're kind of west coast Side of things. So i've been coming home on all the days off so i'm home now. Just playing with her and then The real kind of distance starts Tomorrow and Dope pop in and out and then when we're on the east coast kinda come do the same thing. Stay there while like in and out of new york so We're making it work. It's an adventure. Hey that's the job. Nice little balance right there and have you always been in music or something fell into later. I started when i was fifteen. I'm a moved to california in the middle of summer so I had no friends. You know i. I couldn't meet anybody at school or whatever so i. I had my parents driving me guitar center and i. I bought the tom too long. Linguine eighty-two strat. And i locked myself in my room mate horrible horrible music until i've found some friends to play with and then we made horrible horrible and then it just kind of slowly grew into something fun and awesome. That's awesome that you discovered. You fell in love with it that move and you mentioned your parents. I happen to know your dag. Great guy dr phil my wife she. She's always cheating on me with him on. Tv biggest fan. She's the biggest fan. I gotta tell you what's the what's the best advice your data give you. I think probably that you would care a lot less where people thought about you if you knew how. Seldom they did. That's really solid advice. Yeah i used to kind of sit around and You know you you find like one mean comment online and then you will. There must be millions more. He's like chill. You're not nobody's sitting around going. I wonder what i can think. Badly about jordan mcgraw. You know like he's like people are at work. People are doing stuff. Just live your life. Have fun when you do. That's what i'm talking about solid advice. That i think we need to pass out. Pass down kids right there man. So when when does the tour end. And where can people find all the info. We'll put it up on our website too but yes on my website On all my socials The dates are up. There were onto tour until october. Twenty eighth i believe. And we end here in l. a. and It's just the most fun so if you're if you're sick of being stuck inside come party with us all right. We'll have to do that. Then go to anwar dot com for tickets and tour dates to remember this tour jordan. Stay safe out there. Rather we'll talk to you soon. 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"jordan a" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Hello everyone this is jordan. The host of iheartradio's inside the studio. I wanna tell you about this awesome new portable smart speaker. I just got called the sonos move. You can take anywhere. The move has wi fi and bluetooth capabilities. So at home. I can use it with google assistant and when i went to hang outside. I compare it with my phone. But the coolest part is true. Play sonos patented software. The automatically resets the speakers settings depending on where you are to ensure they're you're always getting the clearest richest sound i can't recommend it enough discover speakers for all around your home and beyond that sonos dot com including the move and the all new rome. The latest portable edition of the sonos system is smart lightweight waterproof and ready for any adventure. So start yours now. Sonos dot com the air. Reprieve the water. We drink the soil that grows food for our families. These basic elements are essential to healthy. Happy lives america's corn growers. Think so too across the country. They're pitching every day and doing the work to produce food and fuel that is healthy. In a sustainable way go to nc g. a. dot com to learn more about how corn farmers grow a more sustainable future for us all that's in c. g. a. dot com but as assortment dementia their state farm emotionally. Superindent zeon yaman stay farming gone. Don't zone brandon. There's our nanny come on. Women see note state farm is day..
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"Transcripts will be available after all that planning it's happening. You're diy closet. Renovation is finally becoming a reality question is where do you put your things while you work. Cube smart has you covered with month to month leases and self storage solutions that make it easier to get organized online or in person getting self storage. It's convenient and fast and because diy renovations can easily go over budget. It's great to keep smart is offering up to twenty five percent off your monthly rent. See goodbye to be four and hello to after with qb smart self storage visit cube smart dot com for more details. Is there david foster. That must have been just a masterclass in production and composition. What are some other things. That you gleaned from From your time together the best piece of advice. I ever got musically as he said always be the worst. One of your bet always be able to keep up but always be the worst one in your band because if you surround yourself with people that can outplay you. Not only will it make you better. But it'll make sound better and you will have more fun creating with with that kind of safety net behind you then you then you would feeling like you're carrying the whole thing uphill so there was that and then he's just a very honest person and i think sometimes that comes across as negative but he's not he's actually a very encouraging person just doesn't know very blunt way so if you start if you're going to play a song and you start with. Hey it's not finished. You know. I still wanna do this. He'll just be like cool. Don't for me then. If you're going to convince me that it's not good before you play it for me. Then it's not good. Don't play it for the message. There those be confident about your art. So i think just the tough critic that he is kind of encourages you to just be better and more. Even if it's false. Competence should be just more confident. Play a number of instruments. Is there one among them that you prefer to compose on piano or guitar or something else or i try as far as writing. I think it switches for me. I started on guitar so at some point that became too something i fought with. Cy switched to keyboard or piano. And i was able to write on that for a little bit but then my good old friend. The guitar was in the corner. Be elected you under this again. And so now i'm gonna an guitar pace. I like to just kind of sit down. And just figure out something that i can play in seeing at the same time in the night usually turns itself into something i didn't even plan on. Did you have a A favorite guitar a huge guitar nerd. Yeah well i have a to i. I'm i'm also guitar. I have way too many of them. I like to record on a fifty nine jazz master. All that's that's like my. That's my studio guitar but then onstage. Now i'm playing. A guitar ever was a tom. Delong strat one. The one knob in the one hump bucker recently found two of those. And i bought those in thereby. That's all i plant stage now. Oh my god i. I had a blink base. When i was in high school and we were like stay together for the kids and green day minority in jr. That was all we played exactly. That's that's that's those are the songs. I bought the guitar to learn totally same here. It's like full circle to go back in and now i'm playing a lot more guitar onstage. Now than i have in the past and so it's fun to do it with my. I was my first guitar. That's awesome. Do you have any plans to try to get and play with angels and airwaves or or or tom solo or something like that or anything i could do with any of those dudes i would just be like. I would stutter my way into the room and really got that chris farley talking to paul mccartney exactly exactly did you have any Collaborations lime any dream lists out there that you're moving towards for people you want to make music with totally i mean travis barker. Of course just because. I'm a blink nerd mark office. I would love to love to do wishing him. The best. Obviously going on but tom At any link is obviously. I don't need to name all three of them. And then there's a belgian artist named strom. I that is right at the top of my list. I think he's one of the most creative people on earth any of these guys. I mean billie joe would be unreal to. I always say that. Even if billy joe heard my music instead he hated it i would still be starstruck. Because at least he hates. My music knows that it's there. He knows you exist wholly or in his mind with cross the business. Yeah exactly headed emotion about me. I'm cool with that. What it is. Punch me in the face man. I'll take it when you haven't been making music getting married and caring for a new life in quarantine. i've heard. I think you have this that you've been learning magic. That's more of my attention span going out the window. I i try. And i get so frustrated because i don't learn the basics before i tried to learn the tricks so i kinda i've kinda given up a little bit but i'll try again at some point. I just wanna make something disappear. It's kinda the same as it's the same reason i play. Music is why left bajic. It's just like for somebody to just pretend that reality doesn't exist for a couple of minutes is just the coolest thing in the world today. That's the most amazing description of music. I've heard on a really long time. Wow thank you for that. That's why we go to concerts right you as soon as you walk in. You're you're a different person. it's different world. All you want is an overpriced shirt overprice beer and a bunch of strangers to yell in your face. You know what i mean. It's like that's the but at the same time. Nothing makes you happier. And that's the was part about it and you're on the road through through end of the fall october end of october. Yeah when coming down. The pike is an ep. i've been just stacking songs up on the way up to this tour so i i'm not sure the the best way to release it all. If it were up to me. I would just dump it all out there. But you know. I've i've i've come to realize that frustrating as it is to wait to put out music you have to do it to give each song. It's best chance so whatever that road map is for these songs on board with. So i eventually want to put out a plastic jewel case cd book in an old. Cd in it with you. Know all the lyrics and the wordy thank you and whatnot but I don't know when that's going to happen. But in the meantime there will be a steady flow of songs for sure somewhere. We look forward to that. And we look forward to see when when you come around these parts.
Inside the Studio
"jordan a" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Make every day even on the road or especially on the road. I guess maybe ask. Yeah i mean if we have wifi on the road we will. We find a way to get in there and do it you. You just kicked off. What i think like a couple of days ago your I in southern sixty dates with them. How's it getting back on the road so far it was crazy. I i was so excited going into it because playing live is my absolute favorite part of of anything music but i underestimated how good it would feel to walk on the stage in front of a bunch of people i. I stepped foot onto that stage. In immediately was era grinning. Like it's just. I didn't realize how much missed that excitement. It so i'm so excited. Just keep going i. We have a day off today. And i'm like no. Let's change since you went on the road. Last you become a husband and father. How's that factored into going on. The road is tough to counterbalance the being a gig musician with being a family man. Yeah i mean it's it's it's not a tough challenge is just a different challenge. My wife is awesome and so She's so supportive about it. And i'm gonna come home as much as possible on the west coast just so i can see row my daughter and then you know once we get to the middle of the country. They'll come visit a little bit at the months from the east coast. Come out there. And i'll be able to kind of come back and forth to new york. So we're we're figuring out a way to make it the easiest adventure possible but it's definitely an adventure nonetheless. Rose got to see her. Dad was think at those big headphones on. Yeah i wanna see her a little peanut head with those headphones. She's so adorable. Congratulations has become changed. Your approach to music at all totally. I think i'm just. I'm just i'm so happy. You know as cheesy as that sounds you know. I'm i'm so happy i already liked making happy music. But now there's just like this element of humor and honesty. That wouldn't be there. Normally you know that would maybe take. I would take myself a little more serious and maybe kind of dial a few of those back but now i'm just like you know what i'm i'm here. I'm dancing around the house with a baby and You know having fun with my wife. And so i get into the studio and it's just like i can't turned off. I think it's just more fun. Hello everyone this is jordan. The host of iheartradio's inside the studio. If you're like me you like having music with you at all times no matter where you are what you're doing. An ear buds. Only get you so far. They don't sound great. They sure it out in the shower and that annoys my girlfriend. Wear them at dinner. So i wanna tell you about this awesome new portable smart speaker at called the sonos move as the name suggests you can take anywhere and i do mean anywhere. The move has wi fi and bluetooth capabilities. So at home. I can use it with google assistant to stream my favorite music. Podcasts audiobooks online radio. Anything i want from my favorite streaming services and when i went to hang out outside. Compare it with my phone. It's batteries last eleven hours. So i never go without music. And the thing is indestructible. I'm clumsy so this is a big plus for me. The move can withstand extreme heat. uv rays and it's water resistant. Making it perfect day at the beach and it's so easy to set up and get going trust me. Technology is not my strong suit. And if it's easy for me it'll be a breeze for you. But the coolest part is the true play sonos patented software that automatically resets the speakers settings depending on where you are to ensure the are always getting the clearest richest sound like. I said i'm not tech savvy. I don't know how it works. But i do know it sounds great in fact. I think it'll be my official pitch line for the sonos move. I don't know how it works but it sounds great. I can't recommend it enough. 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"jordan a" Discussed on NFL Live
"Is near kennedy gets stopped. He ended up averaging two averaging two point two yards per carry largely because the ravens played lau single high safety used the their numbers advantage in the boxes stop. Henry and four stana hill challenged him really throw it outside and they weren't able to and adding julio jones to the equation. It changes that math. It opens things up for a brown. Four you play caller todd downing and more importantly for ryan tannehill like ryan tannehill now arguably has the best one two punch a wide receiver in the nfl. If you can't produce with though skill looking at you and you mentioned that the times to are run for heavy team and certainly that's been their identity with henry was under arthur smith with jonnu smith. Tight end gone now. That identity might change a little bit. I'll be very curious to watch this team early on if they go a little bit more pass heavy because they certainly have the weapons to do so laura to me. It's it's simple. It's ryan tannehill because law you read those stats before julio's at the top of the list. We know what. Julio jones is ryan tannehill to me. It's like you've got everything you want like cooling straight. he's gonna get paid. He's a team. I guy like you said. But he's on a team that he wants to be on. He wanted to leave atlantic. He's got it all right now ryan tannehill. He's got the weapons. He's got to show that you know this team. I can be the leader of this team and we may be run heavy. It may be all about derrick henry but other teams know that you stop derek can refer. That's the goal force tannehill to beat you. So that's why. I say it's all on ryan tannehill as far as answering those questions answering the doubts. We know it. Julio jones's one healthy we know what he is but if the titans expect to go deep in the playoffs like they think they can. Then it's got to be on ryan tannehill yet lewis. Kimberly just said a key phrase win. Healthy and julio's really bristled this week when people have talked about his health. He's like listen. I'm thirty two years old old. Okay maybe in football terms some people would say. He doesn't alone when you think about the way that he could be used in this offense and the fact that he may not be the only guy or the number one guy knowing that he can split a little bit with. Aj brown you think that actually ends up helping his health a little bit not being targeted as much. Not being the guy that has to run all of these routes time. He's not catching the ball. Yeah no no question. A lot of the burden will be off of him. Although jones at the naturally you come with you know the responsibility of producing big plays and especially producing them in big moments. I don't care what eight eight brown is done. And i love brown. He's not julio. So but i do think that he will be able to kind of like come to spread the responsibility of having to make big plays and timely moments amongst all these one play makers that they have in. You're right that's take some of the pressure off of him. I'm sure might able will protect him. You know as far as during the week just like they did in atlanta and julio's right. He's thirty two. We get so conditioned into thinking thirty. Two like seventy to eighty two. It's like he'll be okay. You'll be all right yeah. I'm thirty two. I'm like golly saginaw valley. It's such an old fart. Hey this is he. Check out my podcast. With insight and analysis on the top stories in the nba adrian forging ascii are insider extraordinaire reaction to the breaking news. This is the latest world rob an in depth conversations with some of the biggest names in the league. Thanks again i'm good. Thanks guess Yes thank you always appreciate you. Listen and subscribe to the wolves off wherever you listen to podcasts..
Tough Love: Artist Management
"jordan a" Discussed on Tough Love: Artist Management
"The difference different energy to so But yeah. I think that is something that you know. It's certainly is on a faster track to being the norm than it was thirteen months ago. Yeah yeah it's funny i. I found myself early. Pedantic watching fan shot videos from the crowd where in the past. I'd be like i don't want to see the back of somebody's head now. That's all i want to see. His hands in the air in the back of somebody's add you. It's just like the emotional and kind of psychological shift of that is kind of fascinating to think about in in a way. But i think there's a lot to be learned from this period. It'd be funny. If one of the new live streaming services they incorporate like you can be stuck standing behind a six person that our show. You know like that's right yes exactly. I'm six two. So i've always been you know i've been always always okay. It shows you know but relegated to the back a little bit yes yup. Oh that's funny Yeah so small. Things that i think Like prepaid damage and all the sudden house as a fan. You're like oh you know that experience actually wasn't so bad getting a beer spilled on me at a show live streaming. Something asked my son to walk by my thirteen year. Old son and walk by with a red cup. Still be around my feet. Just i could feel more combined. Whatever it takes. We'll we'll we'll definitely get back back to all that at some point but yea trying to trying to find a silver linings and all this though i think is a fun exercise for this season for sure i did wanna make sure to touch on both your history with political initiatives Going all the way back to vote for change. And and also i guess probably the the realities of the pandemic probably opening up a little bit more elaine to focus on that last year As i you know you. And i didn't talk directly about this but i know you're in touch with my partner. Kyle frenette around the Forty six forty. Six pledge forty-six campaign. We were last year and it was a big switch and it seemed like it was a slow start for the industry even going into the beginning of next year but then it was like a radical kind of like reconfiguration of. How do you do this when you can't do shows but You know i. I love the fact that the industry did rally once there was a you know presumptive nominee and biden and moving in a direction that i think the large profound impact. Maybe kinda argued this. A little bit not argued but kind of discussed this a little bit. With kyle. With their own initiatives like i think we have more of an impact. This way wasn't as fun like we didn't get experience the thrill of being at a show and seeing artist discussing these issues. But because i mean honestly that didn't really exist in a manner that we were trying to do. Except for i think vote for change back in two thousand four which was pre social media for the most part so i still think that that that whole experience needs to be tested outside of the pandemic but kudos for for rallying and doing all the things that you guys are able to touch on and do last year because i think that so needed and it was a bright spot otherwise tough year yet i think a lot of people able dedicated to to dedicate more time than they normally would would have been able to And you know to to further your point about not having live events. Which that is was a bummer. You know especially you know when you're talking about how try to motivating people to to turn out the boat. But he the flip side was more people able to get involved and you don't work directly with the campaign and you know outside of it with their own with their own efforts and i when i got in touch with michelle kwan. Who was the only person working with surrogates for the biden campaign. This is you know. God probably april so is optum nominee. There is still trying to find their footing in terms of how to campaign virtually and You know i. I tried to connect michelle with people within the industry and you know pretty pretty shortly thereafter. Nick stern whose fellow manager and a good friend denied worked closely together on hillary's campaign doing work for hillary's campaign. He he and. I just started doing to outreach manager outreach. I should say getting connecting managers and agents with michelle and the biden campaign There was a lot of resistance from you know. Some people were immediately in a lot of artists or managers saying look. My artist is going to support his anti-trump in those sport. Getting out the vote. But they're not gonna publicly endorse biden. I mean abiam was not his not bernie or elizabeth warren or obama. He's not the culture personality. Wasn't you know he's seen as a very safe choice. But as things moved towards the election. Which i thought it'd be the case you know having as you said been been doing stuff around elections through two thousand four is the stakes. Become clear as you get closer to election day more people you know figure out a way to get involved you know not what happened so You know i think for me. You know i'm always gonna try to use my position in the world you know which basically knowing people who have much bigger platform allegra have to try to get them involved with elections. You know. I think for a lot of artists a lot of managers. It's not really clear on how to get it right. The area for him trees seem to be It to be very high. When it's not and i think it took the pandemic for people to realize there's a lot of different ways to support a candidate or support election right and hit a in in that. That was a real that was another. You know that was a silver lining. I think it's important. And i think you know the reason kyle and i got into this early so i can speak for myself. Is i wanna see that work. Continue i guess. Kind of go back to an overarching theme of the the conversation. Like i think it's a learning experience for managers artists to be limited and how they get engaged taking concerts off the table last year but seeing the impact it can be made in other ways. I i certainly hope in. The work is ongoing. You know as you've obviously experienced every four years around a presidential election but you know i would argue deciliter side. Effect of the pandemic is i think. Most people have realized the importance of their state and local government. It may be the need engage there too so i really hope that that's that's a healthy byproduct for artists managers to at least be a little more in tune and maybe a little more on her toes in in the future when it comes to just speaking their mind and taking advantage of that platform to hopefully move. Whatever agenda that they feel is is most needed. Forward.