18 Burst results for "Joshua Cooper"

"joshua cooper" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

06:56 min | 2 months ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"Then it was the guest teachers and they were really great and they were from all sides of the tug affi so he could journalists. It could be documentary. It could be portrait's so you would get like old sites and then you get a toss on monday and you would have to solely by friday and present. It was really sort of any could be quite harsh tasks like lived. One of the first task was death. And so i slept over at more like at the morgue. Yeah so i lived. And i slept on a mattress with those leaking bad for three nights at the mortgage in order to like photograph deaths and that was like i was really young in. That was one of my first tasks you quite. Okay wait wait. I'm sorry the morgue allowed you to sleep over. Yeah small town right can again. I don't know that's not a small. I'm surprised that they let you sleep over at the morgue. That just seems very yeah. Very Yeah i don't think they'd let you do that anymore. Let's go with that. No no let's say like. I don't think so either. And i think my mom and dad were terrified of all. The quite confrontational like confrontational tossed that we got but he was his big questions in life than you had to sort of present them when you were supposed to get nike Close up on the different tasks that you did. So he was quite intense and i learned a lot so yeah and the guest. Teachers were really amazing. Most of them. And so that was kind of like memory for life. And then that took me into gospels. Gruner arts where. I studied fine art photography there and that was also because i didn't want to go in norway at that time the art schools in norway didn't have a dark room for color and i really wanted to learn both black and white but also be in the dark room for colored development and there was no choice in norway for that at the time so that was why i went to art. Where this thomas joshua cooper which is this american saga for black and whites. Nature photographer was set up along longtime ago. The photography department in glasgow. I'm also a photographer. do you really i know. Oh you actually researched me shit all right but the you like the color darkroom. I'll give you my position. I didn't like it at all. I really love a black and white darker because of the the red light the safe light that was in there you so i felt like there was a little bit more physical manipulations i could do. I could see what i was doing. I could build things. There was a little bit more interactively in it when wears in the color darker. it's completely pitch black and you're just really hoping you got it right on the first try and i didn't enjoy it as much. No but i did like the surprises. Somehow or like the i kind of liked those who get the being in the dark part the whole sort of even though it's really frustrating i also really enjoy it but i do have to say that it's of course is easier know way better to be in the black and white and you can listen to your music. Have you're being boxed of it's yeah it's different things. Yeah i mean. We had luck whereby advice. We had machines so we didn't have to do trae developing of the color chemicals. We just fed it into machine a game on the other side all dry and done so that that was very luxurious to me nice. Yeah i'm still paying off my student. Loans yeah i am too because then nervous not a member of the us really and so no end so i paid the same. Go to glasgow school of art as you would if you came from united states so i had super high tuition fees and i'm still paying off on them. That's interesting 'cause. I assumed for some reason that they that 'cause i've met. I've talked to a lot of people who from iceland and norway that went to glasgow teams at glasgow's like the place that people from nice little norway went for their art education at least at a certain time period. I guess and. I just assumed that there was some sort of No no government support for that just like there's government support for so much else. Well the there is like in norway. You get these see slow on the custom but if you were from denmark because it was part of the eu you'd have a completely different fee basically so tuition fee from gospel. School of art would be directed to the countries outside of eu. But not the country's those part of the you had a different right so he was a little bit annoying to be in class with in that sense. The swedish the people that i knew was there almost for free and i had like super high costs a my wife just literally. Two days ago finished her masters program that was completely free Completely free like the whole thing she. She's she's check at. Were in the czech republic. Says she went to school government school. And everything's completely free for citizens yet annoys the hell out of me. I'm twenty twenty years out of school. And i'm still paying off my student loans and my school even closed by like so my the school i went to who i'm supposed to like paying my student loan on the school is closed but i stopped to pay the loan back and i'm just like the school is closed. Who's getting this money question anyways. Yeah yeah quick. Question your father. You said your father did jazz. I'm i always think that people are either. They either fall in love with the things their parents do or they sort of rebel against it. So do you like jazz. Not married jazz musician. He plays the double bass. Nice yeah okay so you liked jazz. I like death. Okay yes just wondering. Because my wife. And i go back and forth. I love jazz. My wife hates jazz period. There yeah i know the thing. I think it grows on you though. I still can't like really you know. I just when people say i hate jaffe. I'm like Donald if you still really. I think there's you know something to work on their company My interest in it came from. I had a roommate in college leonard. Who was a saxophone player and so listening to him and and watching him study and has you know sort studying with him listening to what he's learning and stuff gave me a much greater appreciation.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

07:10 min | 5 months ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"And this is meghan o'rourke and she said they're looking for an assistant Editorial assistant so and. I just always remember this. I put my resume in the mail because email was like not quite the thing yet so put my resume in the mail and john bennett. Who was really amazing editor at the new yorker. Who was i think maybe thirty years one of the senior editors there He hired me to be his assistant. Along with. I worked for john bennett and liam aitken. And that was the real beginning of my education in narrative nonfiction. Because john lee were very low key editors like they didn't require me to make lunch reservations or pick up dry cleaning or anything like that so john would usually just say. Why don't you just go to the library. And read everything by janet malcolm today or like this week. Talk so i would do that. And i found her shopping columns from the sixties. That were just amazing Just sort of variety of work that someone like did over her many decades at the new yorker i think also is very freeing to realize you can start off doing one thing and the end up doing something completely different so i did a lot of reading and then also started editing a little bit and just even just copying the editors i worked for their proofs onto other proofs and making these master documents. I could see what all the copy editors were suggesting. And why or why. Not editors were accepting those changes and just that was a real education for me and then i went to work for david ramnik as his assistant and obviously to be working in close proximity with david. Ramnik was an incredible opportunity and experience and i started writing but i think the other thing. That's really important is about this part of the story and for people who are listening. Is that the mentoring. That i received was so generous. And i always try to think about how to do that for other people even though i don't work in an office or have any jobs offer but The managing editor of the new yorker at the time was helen chair and she heard me talking about something that i had done and she said you should write that for talk of the town and i really don't think i ever would have pitched something. It would have taken me a long time to pitch something. But she said that thing that you're talking about is a story so you should write it and she helped me f- kind of navigate that process and then i started doing restaurant reviews then. I had an eating budget. That was amazing. Unbelievable unbelievable when i was doing tables for two and but i it was definitely david who said why. Don't you think about a profile. What do you want to do and i. That's just an act of generosity. He did not need another person. Pitching him profiles. But the first profile i wrote was a profile of stanley kunitz so i felt like i could bring appreciation for the world of poetry if not knowledge about at that age and stanley. Was this incredibly old fascinating human. I think he was ninety nine or something. At the time that i started interviewing him and i would go to his apartment Maybe ninety seven his apartment right near washington square park and then henry fender. Who's also an incredible editor. He was my editor for the first few stories and he really helped me come at it. A little more directly. I think my instinct for a liquid is like something that i fight against a lot so i remember the lead. Was this very circuitous. Like the neighbor looking at stanley through his window late at night which may be now. I could make Feel really direct and immediate but at age twenty five or whatever. I couldn't So anyway henry helped me get to the point and Shape that into a profile that worked for the magazine and it just gave me this sense of you know you can learn a lot by writing about the lives of especially the long lives of really accomplished people and as you as you sort of settled into doing more of those do you feel like you gravitate towards a particular type of person in the sense of. I mean it's funny. You mentioned that florian henkel von donner smart. Because i feel like that sort of way of seeing. There's something there. Because i mean that's jonathan gold. He had this particular way of Approaching food writing and then you profile this photographer though the one that really stuck with me and we'll stick with me as this photographer who just goes to the most extreme places and takes a want exposure endures all this danger to take one photograph that basically like never gets displayed anywhere. It's like a lifelong project that he's putting together and then there's like in some ways. James cameron is that he's dislike figure who has particularly strong outlook in the way he sees the world in the way. The world has to be so i feel like there is something there I don't know if i'm strong enough to perceive the exact through line. But i thought maybe you would. I do find people who take risks are artistic and physical or even intellectual risks really interesting. Why is that. I don't know. But i do think that. The headline writers kind of have run out of variations on using the word extreme in the headlines or the titles for my stories. It is interesting to think about people who lay a lot on the line to do their work and especially. When that's work that i find that especially interesting in artists where there is not a strict necessity in a survival necessity sense to make work like that so i think there's also something about people who will james cameron thomas joshua cooper flan von donner's mark There's so many people that i have written about who take a really long time with their projects where they're years or decades.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on Brain Fuzz

Brain Fuzz

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on Brain Fuzz

"It's slow and i'm like oh this is so rat no matter how much pressure is on me in this moment of documenting can only move as fast as his camera so these crazy caddick party things. I'm like i'm like a dinosaur. I've never even thought about that. So if you answered these are not staged are you showing up at. Are you throwing the party. And then photographing or showing up kinda crashing it in the middle. I'm almost always hearing of it and then inviting myself crate. All right so then you show up and then you throw in. Are you serious. Really what is it called. Because i said that in episode reason i keep the hood or something and it was just like the music stuff cloth because it's a it was all right did you june. Are you familiar with thomas. Joshua cooper there is amazing article in the new yorker. I read this. I just go the hamad. Apparently it's taken them like thirty years to the atlas emptiness and extremity and he's traveled all over the world and it sounds like a wes anderson. Movies that kind of ice breaker for like six months but he he has large format obviously the exposure analysts but he gets like one crack but gets a fight with like one of these ship. Captains zeus finally just like the equivalent of scotty installed star tracking against the standard kevin..

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"Timothy, you deal with business leaders have you told anyone at Facebook, what you just told us about what they're doing wrong? I don't. Contact with Facebook, but I've written about it before. So hopefully they saw that. I, I really I really, you know, I think the social media companies could do could really advance humanity. And I think, you know, for your vestment community if they see somebody out there, who is focused on, on this type of activity using social media to aggregate, collective intelligence, that is probably something. They wanna keep an eye on obviously. That's what the first investor. So when he sat down with Circe Renan Larry page, and they outline what they were going to do with Google. He immediately saw a while this is going to be powerful search engine. This is a great concept this use of collective intelligence. You know, Roger, like the five thousand person who's told me in some intelligent insightful way. What a phenomenal business Google is. Yeah. I they think differently they, they're all gonna say shin is is run on like network, but they're not the only one. I think you know, in my own study, I have yet to come across a company founded after the year two thousand that is in following a network, organizational model. So companies founded after the year two thousand. That's something we is investors ought to know about. That's good. Yeah, it does have made it big. I mean, if you look around them, they all are, are following more this week, he management model than the traditional command trauma, and there's one final thought missed as the internet of things comes into play which will happen over the next couple of years. This network effect will be excel A-Rated and more and more business will move into network rather than hierarchical structures. I haven't heard a lot of talk about the internet of things. Might just not listening to the right folks. These days, it was a big deal for a while. And then I haven't heard much about it lately. I that the pieces are assembling if you will kind of under the radar, and I think a big reason for it is we Joshua Cooper, ramps wrote, a terrific, a call the seven cents in which he really outlines networks, and how they work, and I think is most important statement in is that were very primitive point in our understanding of networks, and so we're not recognizing what's hidden in plain sight. But I believe with by the end of the next decade every woman, and everything will be interconnected into a single global network. And it is this will be the platform upon which artificial intelligence will be, we'll grow into Philip. And so we're going to be able to rapidly rapidly access aggregate leverage information in ways that are going to astound us, and it will happen, almost automatically within this context. And so this is a whole different type of internet, because the first generation was people sitting down either a computers with their mobile phones, and entering information, this next generation will be far more powerful because they'll be sensitive spliff rated in almost everything. And we will be able to do all kinds of data analytics, looking for unusual patterns, for example, that no human whatever recognize will be picked up by artificial intelligence. And so we're likely to see a great leap in productivity, but more importantly, a great opportunity for new business models, new product models. And I think that those investors who can spot these, you know, wealth, managers and so forth. We'll, we'll serve their clients. Well, if they're able to spot these trends before this Rudd usually asked my guests for one final thought. But I can you I don't know if you can beat that. That was perfect to. Let's leave it at that. I again, I wanted I wanted to make sure that this information was very useful to your audience. So I hope I've accomplished that. Oh, you definitely have in my opinion, and I'm sure we'll get lots of feedback, which, we'd be happy to pass along. So thanks for being here. Rod, this is really great. I definitely recommend the book, Wicky management. And I also recommend that other book you mentioned Senate cents. Excellent book. And I hope you'll come back and talk to us sometime in keep us up to date with all of the work that you're doing..

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Man, 19, arrested on suspicion of two attempted rapes, including one at Lakewood High School

790 KABC Programming

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Man, 19, arrested on suspicion of two attempted rapes, including one at Lakewood High School

"Year old man is in jail after a twenty, nine year old woman at a, high school girl reported. Sexual assaults in separate incidents bellflower and Lakewood high school Friday Joshua Cooper was arrested do the first sex assault in bellflower about two and a half hours after that attack against the woman deputies say. He jumped the fence at Lakewood high and sexually assaulted a girl in a restroom Cooper is held. For suspicion of rape and attempted rape is scheduled to appear, in court, on Wednesday

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Being them soy may this helpful graphic by the way both separated from lizards hundreds of millions of years ago so they're really barely cousins i guess he has this graphic and it's very fascinated by this well i'll i'll get to more of this second crocodile has a wedge shaped snout bottom teeth sticking out the alligator has a rounded snout with an over bite so it's vastly different you could see more of it from alex but choice tweet from tucker where he calls them power geckos which doesn't make any sense it doesn't have to but guys please include me on this threat i'm really fascinated not by alligators crocodiles but evolution in general and how these species came to diverge and develop their own kinds of jaws but would they find you how would they include you what is your twitter now i suppose you'd like my twitter handle it is jamie friendly which is my name j m as in mary i e f is in frank whereas in robert e v as victor he l as in larry e and so he's that whole thing is her twitter name you have to it is my it's my name it's my am an m again a s i an m a r y e exactly right we move on to there's a tweet in here for brian v klein who loves marvel comics some wants us to talk about more stuff on this week and marvel like box office and various things we'll probably listen to this episode we talked about all the things very excited one thing i didn't get to talk about as i got the first episode of marvel's cloak and dagger in my inbox oh my to watch and i'm going to do that this week i'm very excited known by the ryan he's watching marvel's cloak and dagger yesterday i was watching kevin smith standup special and that was for work it's great this is life it's a cool job to have i was reading guardians of the galaxy all day yesterday for something and it was fine i was fine with it it was great also great joshua cooper tweets theater employees just warn me to stay through the credits of marvel studios avengers infinity war i'm thinking son i've been doing this since before you could write your own name don't tell me about.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Yeah non fraternal anyway next is joshua cooper who writes ms marvel number twenty nine had the triumphant return of one of my my favorite characters i'm talking of course of shaykh abdullah i always love when kamal is religion works its way into the story sweet awesome moment completely agree it's show cool to see those we talked about community being big part of moon knight this week and that was totally a huge aspect of ms marvel last week you know that is what ms marvel's all about does it so beautifully every single time true fact he's funny he's funny simon williams also says honestly after the week of four eighteen i think or all marvel comics should have smooching in them i kind of disagree because if they're smooching every week then you don't appreciate the random smooch when it comes also i hate love emails we have a couple of this week the first comes from jason in hawaii longtime listener he gives some welcomes two jamie he says some farewells to ma to myself for this weekend marvel thank you so much jason so much love out to you in the middle of the pacific ocean there wouldn't mind if like i could come visit life awesome for eugene sounds great but yeah thanks ton for the love jason mahala jason brock has across play question my daughter and i were at the friday show at c two this year it was our first cost play experience as doctor strange and spider girl.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on 1A

"Be an effort simply to coopt the appearance of the south koreans operating on their own to talk with the north koreans would do something that the united states does not want there to be an appearance of a wedge and a division between us and our allies in south korea and japan so again i think you know basically most experts are saying it's going to take a little while for this play out because there's the olympics on there's a special olympics who basically you're looking at some time later this spring in march when we'll we'll know more clearly and one thing to watch for is whether or not the united states agrees to postpone is may annual military exercises with south korea which is something that the north koreans want as a show of good faith the moseley were you see more missile tubes coming out of north korea after the olympics come to an end it would significant other goes secretary of state rex tillerson saying we can have talks the widow preconditions uh nothing may come of that but it's important that people are talking whether it's president moon secretary of state rex tillerson w you talk to officials at the pentagon what they say is listen we would like to see people talking a diplomatic openings right the sanction's going as opposed to just having military exercises just having missile tests and building the nuclear program they would like to see people talking well into the future as opposed to people talking about going to war i know where low on time but just an update on the medal count currently norway leads the medal count with nineteen metals six our goal followed by fifteen for germany thirteen for the netherlands the us is fifth in the medal count with eight medals including five gold one quick controversy out of nbc it cut ties with the former analysts joshua cooper rambeau because of a controversial comment he made during the opening ceremony and now representing japan a country which occupied korea from nineteen tendinitis fortyfive but every korean will tell you that japan.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Is poised out of nowhere i'm really spanning the mustache averse it's god's a joshua cooper act commander soggy says i hope that laura keeps the will rename after and fee countdown because all new overeen thirty seems like the definitive end of the x 23 story yeah i mean she deserves the mantle she's been killing it the thing i love about at his she is the master of her destiny she is who she wants to be she wants to be will reign schwantz wants to be x when he very much wants to be something else that the character and that's that's what she's able to do deathly he goes on to say so happy that aging them is getting on the ever loving blueeyed thing train i probably have to thank tucker marcus for a little of that i don't think i was ever not on the thing traian i shared in office with johnson really who's favor character is the thing i didn't we have a we had a toy in the office of thing writing a little motorcycle that said the thing on it all about the thing uh joshua ends i'll say my favorite team is the allfemale team from the most recent adjective lists ximeng title they're really good cool kelsea nabatiyeh says my favorite x crew is the current xmen blue traditional characters with a twist and none of the baggage of the older versions sign me up super solid i love that one now the tech lord at lex pendragon says xmen the blue team has been his favorite team beckman gold feels more epic interesting note nothing really interesting point now that fli than we are at off with all raff adb his favor xmen squad ever or curly in comics if all time i would say iceman marrow cecilia raise and sabra operations zero tolerance my first comic book that is not what i would have expected but i really dig it that's called a deep cut the air nice real neat mercy rough are that bat wraps it up for this week but our question of the week for you guys and don't worry if if you think we're gonna have too many responses the thing i noticed when i do these tweet me a weird word is people who have never tweeted before were never interacted with.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Writers and are what are you pushing on the table for was wrong oh i was imitating anna oh shah agai eeking a silence removes some anyway uh the writers would probably come up with ways to make that story yeah interesting yeah yeah exactly chadwick says i'm a little behind them finalists into the latest this remark chat touted about time come on come on for mont keep up come on once a week man so all we ask of you hey would hw view there was a posted gif of a dancing abe yes it's exactly as it sounds maggie note that was yours right now that you posted the nancy it a day or no hayward posted the nancy nate okay so there's a gift for the nancy if that he would pose it then he said hashtag omg hash through infinity or hashtag this we can i guess the trailer is really israel really affected i him dancing um joshua cooper commander socket knee hope they don't change runaways too much marvel mowing gert or sister's me never mind this is better than i think i use that one with the runaway show right here and they were happy with that is very cool i there one of here things are always the tv show is just that it's got the it's got the spirit of the series of the comics but it really is totally its own thing yes it's not lavishly i love that good word i love that i became much with my wife and she's like i remember the series of this happened in siege this happens because i'm a no awni none of this happened in the syria just like you know using it it's it's great it's really great stuff kelsea knob locked pistre 721 since i've been reading the gene gray sell a series of simultaneously met and grew into despise.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

Fareed Zakaria GPS

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

"We need to tone down the rhetoric and actually adopt a strategy north korea has one indeed it's had one for decades it is determined that given how isolated and threatened it is it needs a nuclear deterrent and pyongyang has made astonishing strides in getting their nuclear weapons are all that is keeping kim jonggon from suffering the fate of saddam hussein or more mogadov the regime will not give up this insurance policy if you were in kim's position would you the denuclearization of north korea right now is a fantasy it will not happen unless the united states is willing to wage a war on the korean peninsula everyone knows this but no official in washington is willing to publicly admit it so the us has now adopted as on the policy one that has no chance of success but staggers along nonetheless it means that we cannot make any progress on what is in fact an achievable and desirable goal to freeze the north korean arsenal end for the tests and place the weapons under inspection one way out of this paralysis would be do we frame the issue and broaden its scope joshua cooper rameau coast ceo of henry kissinger's consulting firm has devised in shared with me a plan one that has been circulating among officials in washington to convene an international conference on nuclear proliferation all existing nuclear weapons states would agree not to test or expand their arsenals for some period of time say tony six months inspectors would verify that these limits are adhered to other nations would affirm that they do not intend to acquire nuclear weapons crucially north korea would be invited to sign onto the supreme and as a nuclear weapons state with the idea of freezing its progress for now and aiming to later denuclearise the country.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

Fareed Zakaria GPS

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

"Joshua cooper rameau coast ceo of henry kissinger's consulting firm has devised in shared with me a plan one that has been circulating among officials in washington to convene an international conference on nuclear proliferation all existing nuclear weapons states would agree not to test or expand their arsenals for some period of time say 36 months inspectors would verify that these limits are adhered to other nations would affirm that they do not intend to acquire nuclear weapons crucially north korea would be invited to sign onto the supreme and as a nuclear weapons state with the idea of freezing its progress for now and aiming to later denuclearise the country ramos has the advantages of this approach updated lodges the north korean problem in a broader context of global or regional proliferation giving everyone an exit ramp so that previous nonnegotiable statements don't apply it creates a global coalition that could be marshall to sanction north korea if it were to renege or cheat on its commitments and gives covered china to truly clampdown on its ally it also deals with beijing score security concerns preventing the collapse of north korea and keeping south korea and japan from acquiring nuclear weapons there is no good let alone perfect policy for the north korea problem but the trump administration does need to stop the in cells to get serious and try to find some way to stabilise the situation otherwise we're on a road that will force washington either to go to war or tacitly admit defeat to that little rock at ma'am for more go to cnncom such farid and read my washington post column this week.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"If you follow these commandments you'll be well on your way to stirred up success life success as well as your own heroes journey and this episode isn't quite over though because it promised i would have some new questions that were burning in my head for read that i wanted to get him and so let us just jump right into that if you could have one gigantic billboard anywhere with anything on it and metaphorically speaking getting a message out to millions are billions of people what would it sake could be a few words or paragraph one of the quotes that i most love is this simple almost haikou if i'm only for myself what am i if i am not for myself who will be from me if not now then when what is the book or books that you've given most as a gift obviously give on my own books you know fairly often the start of you the alliance recently i've been giving out another book a friend of mine joshua cooper reema's the seventh sense what fiction books have you reread or recommended the most obviously this is one of the places where my inner my geek shows the books that i've most often read r tolkien's the lord of the rings these is so important a show this journey of these habits these little people in a hero's journey about how you can change the world within a context where token is fairly sophisticated around the questions of the corruption of power the intersection of races and the needs for us all the work together.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Ben grimm's middle name delicious jarrett yep it's for jacob which is my mental well and we've the middle name crazy lifeboat number one may be one of my favorite moral conflicts of all time while highly and not wait for more joshua cooper says i accidentally red secret empire numbers euro first and it made reveals even better that was that all at cnn partners aaron thunder bolts and cap steve roger oh i read this in this oregon catch him all up at all commodities poky monolith lace dragon boat boise and watching more thou watched so much struggle yeah whatever sick yeah i like it was about the level of reading i could do like i couldn't sit and read a comic book booker anything but a career subtitles i i i think what you watch during boise on who now out of it right breakout who that i'm not sure i watch on crunchy recount watch that like he has said so many good things about a couch there's no joy might have dvds that i can like gosh laggy most but i i would dig at you would you dig there's though they are say is it takes a long time for anything to happen lotta as they drag out a lotta story lines but there's a there's a version that has an abridged version if you google there's a site i for what is this a site the tells you which episodes you should probably watch it 'cause they do a good job recapping at gamp successor is a lotta filler where sus like i'm going to beat you up freeze of reasons like me i can beat me up for like eight episodes in the area but there's also like immigration the big fights there's great like filler episodes at just being people like that wonderful those are the outside new get into that i don't know how we got there from syria ramp iron of any good comics read on on limits about mag will not familiar with character i know you respond to this ryan and said volume one of new mutants is where it's at.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Everyone celebrate you do in the entire excellent cross over the executioners song is now available this has been a day that we have waited a year literal years when i was an intern reviewers your brian i have committed to doing this we will get to it all blow it out huge it's going to be in at a glance level you excited now joshua cooper now an interested to read the renew your battles version of civil war that won't be addressing i'd love to see like big events and earlier rows universe went down different way let be cool yet very much so nadia called him that mode i now i wanna see that match up so bad assault wasp if max daughter does not meet a big rig dinosaur by the end of the season i will be sorely disappointed as agents shield ages yo correspondent the only reason like abby also if max daughter ended up being mellow the only reason i'll have to go get these because max daughters only in the framework which is an alternate reality and like i'm hoping to get back to the real world elsie lucy we will see congratulations to robby thompson top foreigner us the agreed seem for silk such a good run nikki love either a love sale now still great i love especially the last couple of covers just the our work is amazing itself vice beast you healthy block i never body sorcerer supreme adventures team.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Alright that we had hoped on for you guys but yeah it was the light talking with crank about next twenty three in nine just all kinds of fonts not form dig into some for stuff with ten the future enough the movies just has seen have back on reason we can't shows is our show only going to be a rhythm and i'm in chicago and now has never shooter jealous of that is going to great but we took your guys is questions a comments about next twenty three using hashtag twin your see the first on the jason franco just said time the rejects twenty three hashtag back issues didn't say our focus like that saw that yeah joshua cooper says excuse during the original run of ex twenty three plus disposal income contractual equals time for my first trip you are saying wow well right yeah i think if he says how does and their rise not make that to marvel top ten millen list this guy is the worst talked about that it was interesting to hear craig's look at the guy and how he is terrible but there's more to have that trips drove from the place says i think the only more really good person in this entire argues megan yeah i was actually threes cousin i can't disagree with that happen announce it's hard to to disagree maybe arm bomb also she's fairly innocence our no not so sister yeah but their their felt like there was something more some relationship business going on between sara kenny and make him small yeah you're i don't know you're a i don't something think you on just ridden into it and josh says last seen with sorry is a great side by side with the scene and all new will framework gabby says she's curing x twenty three of trip percent went on to kyle charles journey temples x twenty three is this week's pick for you are seeing i can't wait turns in the series again a total of forgot how much ritual xander was and how much of creeps in there was who seeks into a woman's in the middle of the night jerk that's too so i've in the bones on but sadly it was that huge xander serie carries in of all us you wanna so sad devin harris by circuit he is deeply emotional yeah well issue to xander.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Alright that we had hoped on for you guys but yeah it was the light talking with crank about next twenty three in nine just all kinds of fonts not form dig into some for stuff with ten the future enough the movies just has seen have back on reason we can't shows is our show only going to be a rhythm and i'm in chicago and now has never shooter jealous of that is going to great but we took your guys is questions a comments about next twenty three using hashtag twin your see the first on the jason franco just said time the rejects twenty three hashtag back issues didn't say our focus like that saw that yeah joshua cooper says excuse during the original run of ex twenty three plus disposal income contractual equals time for my first trip you are saying wow well right yeah i think if he says how does and their rise not make that to marvel top ten millen list this guy is the worst talked about that it was interesting to hear craig's look at the guy and how he is terrible but there's more to have that trips drove from the place says i think the only more really good person in this entire argues megan yeah i was actually threes cousin i can't disagree with that happen announce it's hard to to disagree maybe arm bomb also she's fairly innocence our no not so sister yeah but their their felt like there was something more some relationship business going on between sara kenny and make him small yeah you're i don't know you're a i don't something think you on just ridden into it and josh says last seen with sorry is a great side by side with the scene and all new will framework gabby says she's curing x twenty three of trip percent went on to kyle charles journey temples x twenty three is this week's pick for you are seeing i can't wait turns in the series again a total of forgot how much ritual xander was and how much of creeps in there was who seeks into a woman's in the middle of the night jerk that's too so i've in the bones on but sadly it was that huge xander serie carries in of all us you wanna so sad devin harris by circuit he is deeply emotional yeah well issue to xander.

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"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"joshua cooper" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Alright that we had hoped on for you guys but yeah it was the light talking with crank about next twenty three in nine just all kinds of fonts not form dig into some for stuff with ten the future enough the movies just has seen have back on reason we can't shows is our show only going to be a rhythm and i'm in chicago and now has never shooter jealous of that is going to great but we took your guys is questions a comments about next twenty three using hashtag twin your see the first on the jason franco just said time the rejects twenty three hashtag back issues didn't say hard to be like that saw that yeah joshua cooper says excuse during the original run of ex twenty three plus disposal income contractual equals time for my first trip you are saying wow well right yeah i think if he says how does and their rise not make that to marvel top ten millen list this guy is the worst talked about that it was interesting to hear craig's look at the guy and how he is terrible but there's more to have that trips drove from the place says i think the only more really good person in this entire argues megan yeah i was actually threes cousin i can't disagree with that happen announce it's hard to to disagree maybe arm bomb also she's fairly innocence our no not so sister yeah but their their felt like there was something more some relationship business going on between sara kenny and make him small yeah you're i don't know you're a i don't something think you on just ridden into it and josh says last seen with sorry is a great side by side with the scene and all new will framework gabby says she's curing x twenty three of trip percent went on to kyle charles journey temples x twenty three is this week's pick for you are seeing i can't wait turns in the series again a total of forgot how much ritual xander was and how much of creeps in there was who seeks into a woman's in the middle of the night jerk that's too so i've in the bones on but sadly it was that huge xander serie carries in of all us you wanna so sad devin harris by circuit he is deeply emotional yeah well issue to xander.

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