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"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

07:59 min | 2 months ago

"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

"Then you gotta go there but that but that's always decision life. It's like do. I want to become a few ticks better at kenema or do i want to do all new thing that i haven't done. Yeah like this always gonna make you happier but as you kinda don't know because a lot of times you have to go down like there's chaos and disorder. I know advice. Stay home and work. That i'm gonna enjoy this week if i go to greece. I don't really. I haven't been in greece before. Probably not great example cambodia. Am i gonna have the best fucking week in my life. The most eye opening crazy week or is the fucking van going to break down on the side of the road. It'll be stuck in the rain for eight hours like when you go outside your comfort zone. Anything had happened. And that's awesome but it's also like you know like for people like us have our energy and a lot of like stuff you wanna do. Sometimes it can be like overwhelming of like. There's so many things that. I think i would enjoy doing today. I think you should take something you actually really enjoy doing. I'll just give you one fucking made up example right and so i would take dhamma and go to cambodia to the basket. Fuck in place where they do it there to a club doing it and learn what they're doing differently and train with them for a moment because then it's new and you know you're going to enjoy it and your next level and yourself and by doing that by getting better at it and picking up all that knowledge. You're actually improving. All of us. So i would go down that path path rather than starting a whole bunch of things and not finishing any of them. I think we are better. I've seen this in russia often. Where for some reason. They're better at certain things in us. when it comes to the arts they take ballet so fucking seriously. It's life or fucking death. They are studying at such a level. That when i see them doing by mike holy shit what the fuck that. I just watched. I can't believe a person can do that. Oh my god and it's because of the leaks the extent of which they go with it From the from an early age they're having toes changed so they can do better ballet. They're really bringing it. Man and the final result is a level of beauty in art. That is otherwise unachievable and blows my fucking mind and blows. Everybody's mind who ever sees anything like that. But i wonder is there something about the russian soul that ballet just is a more logical choice for a russian in a way. Because i know that there's always this conversation about like what the true soul of russia is. That's always kind of like a thing. You know the thing in russia and Thing that comes to mind is like i'm big online poker guy. I'm always fascinated by the fact that these fucking germans just soleil and make sense because it's like if you want like the german stereotype is also the description of what a good poker player is because it's like studious logical on mathematically sound perhaps or whatever like a lot of these german boettger players i watch. I'm just like if i had to design a great poker player emotionally from scratch. It would be someone like you. That seems like you. Could you know. have anything happen. And you wouldn't be phased or become illogical. Okay i'll give you that. But i have to hold it to the to a cultural thing not to a human thing because you know the russians are us we are them exactly the same germans we are. We are germans there. They are exactly the same. Everybody we are all the same so it's not in the dna it's just in the culture the culture. Yeah for sure. That's i just. I have to say that kind of stuff because i'm always worried that people are gonna think that they are different than us. Everyone to understand that we're all the same. I think that there's like some stuff like that between different cultures. Where like you know. Like obviously there's like certain nationalities that just dominate certain sports. But a lot of that is cultural to actually. I don't even know very hard to parse the different. So i want to stay with culture important to me because then it then it changes than doesn't separate us. This is true. All the catamaran world peace through dhamma and smoking smoking the fuck out invincible. Flies will never ever home with me. I'm going to name him. Give him a fucking give them a little house. Fly house feed among an array them as even my own draws conversation. I think that dude at the pressure that my own bladder is exerted. Al right now and the fact that we have a bunch of cool stuff that we wanna film. Elliott might be time to sort of wrap this. But i'm glad that we had our biannual checking think we got into some meaty stuff. We definitely did quick to an hour. Don't know i've done a podcast. Two and a half hours in a while guys are really to half hours. Yeah that's the thing. There's a reason for the o'clock okay. You do have a watch for the record. Although i know that nobody owns watches gave up on that a long time ago. Anything he went on. Leave the people with an so two things. One is to thank you so much for having me on this podcast. That means everything to me. The same set and second thing is it's just that thing of trying to send positive messages. Everyone who's watching especially during what's what we've all been through together and it's important to recognize we've all been through this together to different extents but we've all been through this together and it's just really. I just want everyone to understand that. You've heard yes you've heard a thousand fucking billion fucking people telling you it's going to get better but it really is and it's gonna be fucking epic and i want them to feel that so that that hope that that that true belief and understanding of how much better. It's going to be as we come out of this resides with them and they allow it to happen and also stay hydrated. Because that's why my one worry is that there's a lot of people who may be having drank that much alcohol and they're about to go hit the streets and drink a little too much alcohol stay hydrated and take care of yourself and everyone around. You don't want to over partying i did. It was literally as trying to teach people for the past year. One of the videos with on how not to pass the fuck out there. This is how you don't pass the fuck out. And the top thing was stay the fuck hydrated worked. That's an important one. No i wanted to. I really wanted to give them everything so that i did it. I'm done now. I can retire in peace. And i'm glad that you were able to find a little bit of positivity out of what was otherwise a negative scenario and share recipes to everybody who who was negatively affected by. I mean there were moments during gobert where i really thought i was gonna lose people close to me and that made it a little bit especially difficult to deal with some people who didn't want to take serious or denied the seriousness of it but overall you know. I'm just really thankful that you know. I don't know why your podcast is kind of turning into like okay. Cova vida's does over conclusion and we are because we're paths at least in arizona past fifty percent of people that have been vaccinated. Yeah so we're getting to that we're getting towards that state and you know it was The hardest thing for you is. It was really losing linda. She was amazing. She was trinidadian. So she's like when you see me happy and joyous linda coming out of me well so should respond to any kind of negativity with laughs. Big laughs big positively so to lose her is very painful but the maximum it makes me want to carry it with me even more. Yeah recipes. London yeah much. Respect josh kesselman raw pavers jumper collaborative efforts available in stores now or soon. I'm not sure how much these are going to match up but either way keep an eye on instagram's you could figure it out. No jumper goes back to youtube. Sound cloud items like comment. Subscribe november dot com. We want to support and I'll see you friday. We listen to your music..

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"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

"Nothing you let me do it. I would still do it. You know because. I love doing this. Definitely mike question is kind of like how. Because i think it's interesting. My is created a great business. And you're obviously excited about the business but then at some point through the business thought well i think charity is a very important part of this business or any business. It's just like a way to take anything any company that makes money. It's you know it's very appealing. I think to somebody like you cares about the world. Let's spend some of this money on helping people and let's find the best way to do that. And the coolest way to do that and the way the helps the most people. How did you start to integrate that insure brand. Because i have that instinct as well like i want to figure out how as business becomes more successful. How do we not only help more people but also like us our content making abilities to like show that to the world and get like a scale that positively so then theory like a million people would want to watch a video of people helping and then those people would be influenced by that and they'll be able to help more people like than just doing into not telling anybody. Yes yeah we do not achieve. Yeah i get that but so how did you start to integrate into that. And when did it occur to you. Like i need to make this part of first one cheesy i am. It's okay to be cheesy on this question required. Okay and then. I'm gonna go then i'll really talk to you about it. 'cause i love to talk to you about this yes i the answer is thank you john lennon. It's fucking love. The answer is love now. I'm going to go deeper with this. It's really about empathy because love. The biggest component of love is empathy and courage and donald fucking walls. But let's start with empathy right. So i'm gonna have to bring you back for a moment when i'm building a product. It's all about empathy man. I thought it was explained to. We're looking at something we're doing. I'm watching you smoke. I'm really connecting deeply with you as you're smoking i'm trying to be you like i'm trying to look try to imagine what it's like debut. What's going through your mind. What is what is it. Like to be atom. Why is he rolling that way. What's white hitting it that way. How does that feel. And then i can. I get this kind of feeling that goes through me and we all do if you open yourself up enough. This isn't me and this is all ozark. This is all of us. This is part of our humanity. We have the ability to connect. I talked about. He called it a spooky science where we have these electrons spin in our head. When i'm standing here next to you and you're standing there. These little electrons start spinning and we could be separated by a billion miles or million miles. And still you'll have thought for some reason that little electron fires in my head and spins the same way between them it happened. Why did that happen between us. Doesn't matter why all the matters that does happen. So if i can figure out how to how you are smoking and why. You're smoking certain way and really connect with you and understand enough about you to to uplift you better by creating a better product for you or changing the way that thing is so you smoke it. Better right that's empathy. I'm creating a product through that which is why the products work and why why they actually help people why they people like them because they're really made like through empathy. Giving back is the same thing connecting. It's people are dying of thirst over here. of course you're going to want to help. The man is the same thing people need. Help the navajo nation. Then you'd help with water what you need. You got mad shit fucking dying right here in america. Of course i'm gonna fuck and help you. I'm gonna be there as fast as they can can take more money. Do you need. Holy shit how can somebody be fucking dying of thirst or bad water here in america. But they are. Okay we fucking help. Let's try to fucking help. It's all the same thing. How do we bring that into business. How do we bring that into your podcast. How do you become more empathetic podcast. Or when you're sitting here with with your with your guest it's just. It's all the same thing the same thing. I'm doing the same thing you're doing. Which is i believe. It's the same thing that everybody's doing to some people don't open themselves up enough to really feel it when you're doing anything when and i try to do this with everybody so somebody's bring me a cup of coffee if i can i. I want to look at them. Acknowledged them and feel them for a moment. You know like this is a human being there. Just as complex is they got that brain going with more synapses than our stars in the fucking universe right there in a giving me a cup of coffee. That could be tough because like you as a guy who runs a big business while his employees's it's like you might have to talk to three hundred people in a day and it's easy to forget that the the the guy who brings you a coffee is not necessarily interacting with as many people. He's not as burnt out on communication. As you might be in that moment and it's like you know they just that moment of connection could definitely like mean a lot to somebody you know. Yeah really truly acknowledged them feel them. See them and with the podcast with how how to get people to watch a podcast of doing work at work in the navajo nation. Or in ethiopia where they got some sad stories. You want to hear the what happened in the past year but doesn't matter we're going to fix it all. How do we get people to watch that. Podcast how to get people to connect. It's all through empathy. How do we get the listener. The viewer to feel what's actually happening here that we're not trying to sell you something man. I'm not trying to sell your product. I don't need you to buy my fucking papers. I'm i'm oversold stuck. I can't make enough of it. I got try. I did a video thing. try other brands. Because i can't make enough. I can't maybe year from now. Maybe i'll be caught up. If i'm lucky but in the meantime i'm not out there selling shit because i don't have shit to sell. I'm out there just trying to uplift people. I'm having fun and making ridiculous shit and when we are giving back when we bring them to the navajo nation. Come with us. Feel what it's like here. This is a human being just like you come on feel it. Do you feel that look. They're suffering do you feel that to. Let's help them together. Not just together but come on. Let's keep helping them. Teach your friends to help to bring in your children.

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"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

05:28 min | 2 months ago

"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

"You actually give a shit about because it felt like one madman's fever dream because it was it was fun. Yeah it really was probably like a lot of people still feel about tesla and stuff. So there's this is still place for that goes than what happens right then. It's this maximize profits. Those tesla that's our responsibility to our shareholders down on only our shareholders. Nothing else profit above. Aw fuck you did with the co tesla is. They just won't have as much leverage as he has to do whatever he wants you know. I'm sure that and that's the thing is that when they try to find his successor they will scour the earth and go to know you know whatever they need to pay. They're going to do it or or will they. Or are we gonna get someone who is the chairman of the board who really good at numbers man. That guy's great numbers. Yeah he's good numbers navy. I believe they have enough. That he'll he'll stick with. Ill design has planned for when he does to to the point where it has to maintain some integrity. I hope so hopefully that. That's the fear though not to make this about the almost. Yes but and this is why this thing of the big corporations. I believe. that's why so many people are down on. Capitalism and saying that capitalism is evil capitalism is a problem. It's all a problem. Every puck and bid of it will ever system we use as fucked. Learn that how do you do it where it's no longer just about making money making money. We're we're all fucked right. But how do you feel capitalism when you run a business but you know you your business kind of an outlier in the sense that you are operating off of a different momentum and energy. I'm larry thing about capitalism. Is pushing you in the opposite direction. Luckily resisting it. But i mean the apples and pushes businesses in that direction. I i'm i really think that i that i've gotten lucky enough in life to have some fucked up shit happened me over the years and that made me appreciate life more. You know if. I was born rich or something fucked up know something like that. One is one of those kids trust fund. Baby that kind of thing you get that. It'd be good luck. Be kicked fresh. The door shit all the time so if i can if kilby caterpillar the other folk about about the shit but some yes. Some of them. You're not supposed to kill some of them. You are depends on whether or not it was native or not. I've learned this whole thing just crush up some doritos and make a trail out the door. There you go sugar. I've got ideas. Okay so i'll go down a different path slightly different All right so. Let's say a guy named john comes up with the john. Twenty-three podcasts right. He scours all your podcast. He washes each and fucking each one of them and then he goes to advertisers. Saying i'll do the things that adam won't do and i'm gonna make i'm gonna make a podcast. And he gets. He gets them staff. Pay them all less. Keeps it all for himself and goes on there and basically copies what you do to a lower extent finding ways to advertise more and make more profit for himself right but he's extremely profit didn't given grew driven this enemy dude and he goes out there and does his thing I want to believe that the entire world will look at them and smell it and be like fuck dude right. you know. this is fucking bullshit. What the fuck you're doing there is a portion of people that won't see it And that sad but they will not see it and they'll be watching him thinking saying. Oh my god. This is the greatest. Oh yeah yeah. That's cool cool great great. Then it'll break your fucking heart and race mine and in fact she kind of a detriment to society Because it's a it's a slug worth right. It's a drain it's not. He's not adding to the community he's taking and taking and taking. How do we get more people to be like you where they understand that. A big portion of this a big portion of the reason that were put on this fucking planet is to help and give back and uplift and that in an ideal world. We wouldn't have fucking money. We'd have happiness points. You made people happy. You did a good thing. You help that over there. You help that old lady cross the street. You save that person's fucking life you get more. Here's some more happened is points for you dude. Here's what you're doing good. This is great. You may your uplifting making people happier that be fucking cool. And that's kind of how i look at it right i. I'm not gonna be judged based on the amount of money i made when i'm gone Can be judged based on how much i helped humanity right. Because i mean. It isn't just that. I love people. Because i fucking do man and that's one of the hardest things kobe's no disconnection. I can't go to in store events. I love doing this store feel to me. I get to meet them and talk to them. Find out there. Smoking story then. I'm learning from them. Seeing it how it can make it better for you. What tricks donate to do. I've tried to do this. Virtually picked up a lot of information for people by asking questions. instagram stories. Simple simple questions. And they share things back with me and economic. Ooh so similar another path getting to the same thing. Which is smoking with you. Seeing what you're doing what you're doing differently than anyone else. I've ever smoked with wondering why you do something a certain way. And then changing the product or making a product to make it easier for you. And then. Because i did that. Yeah i mean in our society cool now get rewarded with money cool great. That's awesome if i was rewarded with something else more food. Happiness point something else. I would still do it..

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"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

06:17 min | 2 months ago

"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

"What they're doing and spend a half hour with like a random fifty year old lady teaching her how to do economic for the first time because the whole idea that is based upon spreading it in like showing the world that this is a cool as everybody economic understands that this is a fringe hobby that people would love if they were introduced to it. So it's kind of like the responsibility of everyone who loves it to evangelize on behalf of it to whatever extent that they can. Yeah well now are now. I'm going to be helping amazing and also a lot of people smuggle out of weed so the fact that it's a good community and we're helping promote it that's what we're all talking about. The whole goal is to uplift and and help try to help. Elevate everybody definitely it's Speaking everybody you know. I'll tell you a story okay Love story so and this is relates. Back when you're asking me how would in fact impact on the whole quarantine everything about six months into quarantine. I get a phone call from someone who i normally really don't like like they're they're really mean to me The requirement of enemy. You would say that kind of thing. They're not really miami but the equivalent of that hard competitor. All that kind of stuff. Someone who really i felt really hated me and i got a call from this person asking for help. They're having health problems. They know have been vegan for twenty years and they're like want. I tried going vegan. It wouldn't work josh. What do i do. I'm having these problems and explaining the problem they're having on. This person's is expected that you guys would be able to have a civil conversation about this even though you apparently were enemies basically. But we're weren't really any kind of was more of a one way thing where they hated me. I didn't really hate them. And i think they knew that okay. I don't i try not self hate anybody which gets me in trouble but just if you hate one person and then then you're hitting hitting three then you're hitting a million. It's no good. So they call for help and i paused right. 'cause i knew the answer a new what to say to him but i stopped sat there for a moment thinking. Oh shit do. I share this with him because i don't he might wither and die and that'd be the end of this guy right. There was this pause and like a shit. Robert greene in his book would tell me no because your enemy you must crush him at all. Costs do not let a single ember live fuck. That's just not me though. So i don't know this is raise more by my grandparents and my parents. I think back to my grandpa joe. Kesselman wright jokes told me the story. Poppy i called him told me the story of is. He's there in world war two over germany. he's taking over him his battalion or taking over are going against a work. Camp forced work camp. One those kind of awful fucking places and people to germans and nazis. It's not surrender and poppy. He was A frontline man. He was He would sneak up and yelled at him. He spoke burke. Broken german yiddish. To surrender and normally people would surrender and people would not surrender fact. They shot at him and i think even winged him he got shot three times during all this and he kept trying. You guys. you're not gonna make this. There's thousands of what fifty or one hundred of you fucking. Nope they would not surrender. He goes back. The battle ensues a lot of poppies men got killed. Most of those tonight to got killed except for five. And they're they are nowadays ten. Poppy up to go. Talk to these last five nazis at have have surrendered out of bullets looser under ohka surrendered understanding there and now. Poppy seeing the camp. He seemed the decimation. He's seen all the dead bodies. These were romanian girls. There were being tortured and killed and raped. And there's piles of dead dead people so you can imagine and yeah poppies jewish and a lot of these girls were jewish. He's just obviously not very happy. And quite you know you can imagine what what's going through him right and and his friends have been killed and so he comes up and there are these five prisoners and they're shaking popular tells the story like this. They're shaking hands going back and forth and poppy walks up to him because he's the translator and says to them why german you know. Why would you do this. You've killed all these people you've killed so we told you to render. I told you why would you fight me when we told you with happening. Why would you do this. And the german soldier with his hand shaking. You know the guy sneezed. Someone would probably shot and thinking signaling. Somebody says to poppy. In german duberstein american dot in american soldier java or yes. The guy says it's been nine deutscher cell dot german soldier. That's it right standard. Shake toppy put down his weapon for second thought about it takes the five men and personally escorts them back to battalion headquarters intelligence that can be debriefed and make sure that they safely make it back. And this is the fucking guy who raised me like fuck and always thinking about him all the time. I love him so much. So of course. The guy asked me for help. I tell them everything thing has to do. Teach about the almond trick and all the fda almonds between at the end of each meal. It lowers mechanic. Your equating tiggy mercy on nazi having this conversation mentality but these these nazi still need to go to jail of course but i guess maybe their own country can well. He brought them back to the table. Talian were prisoners of war. Oh okay getting processed. I just wanna make sure. They didn't escape because he was in a good mood. No no no. He brought them back. He personally escorted them back. Made sure they made it back safely to battalion headquarters where they would be debriefed by intelligence and put into their correct prisoner camps it become a tendency. Just blame them right there so you didn't have to deal them. Sure he was but that's why he had to actually protect them because he was scared to someone else would blame them right. People were quite upset. Yeah especially after seeing. What was the defamation. And the death in front of them. They were really upset. And i'm doing my best. Did not cry right now to tell a story about the other. Big impact on huge. Who's fucking man. Fuck so raised by someone like that. When you raise by someone like that. It changes you. Someone asks you for help. And even if you're what's the coolant of your worst enemy what do you do like fuck. I have no choice but to fucking help you right now. What would you do would help you. Well all right. Maybe i gotta go do. This hopefully will smile upon me..

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"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

08:15 min | 2 months ago

"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

"That's the energy that drives that business. I saw crazy as example that the other day. There's a documentary. I think on we work which was for a time period. They were basically just like you know they were. They were basically just renting Businesses like retail not retail. But you know renting office space and then renting it out to people and you know trying to really create like this community type vibe. We're all these people were sort of interact. I think cool idea but he. He was such a great founder that he convinced the world that this idea was worth fifty billion dollars. And what does it actually worked though. Probably not seems to be the first part of like. I don't think it's about i. Did i think like a communal workspace where noble people can share resources and stuff like oh you don't have a fucking photo copier. Whatever everybody can use the photocopy. You don't have a coffee bar in your office but if you all are working in the area then you got all kind of have this coffee by like. I think it's cool idea. But like he was such a great founder and had just such energy envision that he was able to convince silicone valley that this was just worth so much more than it actually really was. Yeah i'm not suggesting the raw data. Think the where you're building is you know. Awesome and stuff. It's a lot more honest. you sell the world. I don't have any investors so there's nobody for me to do that too. Yeah the the we work thing. It touched me in a different way. Where i i saw. I liked that part of it. But i was just like how the fuck is worth fifty billion what the fox around here man leave. Come on because you like. Why oversell yourself like you create create business. But if you're gonna just constantly like try to manipulate your value by just convincing people your your bigger and bigger i mean that's like the sort of silicone valley mentality that i just think it's from this. Okay keep them if you my upbringing was you actually. It's physical products. You actually have to add value half to fuck and bring it if you don't fuck you and that's what makes your business a very different type of business and i. I like products like that when someone brings something with a really truly adding value. There's no question about it. Like wow man that that changed the fucking world that uplifted people that helped humanity. That's fucking cool. Not while man you tricked everybody into thinking you're shit was worth fifty billion dollars when it wasn't and maybe the kind of actually hurt a whole bunch of people. That's the stuff. I don't like you know what's interesting about you is that you were born in different age where you didn't have the internet in the same way that kids do now so you ended up. Starting you know retail stores and like a physical or a real physical product that you were going to base business around and nowadays and then you're like well fuck it like the world is social media. Now this is we're going to figure out how use this really effectively to communicate with our audience if you were born twenty years ago instead of however long ago i guarantee that you would have been a youtuber who then figured out a really bad ass product the way that like you see these youtube girls and then they have a makeup palette and they make a billion dollars or whatever it's like they they become famous and then they create the product. You're kind of interesting because you created the product and then we're like fuck it. I can be a guy who talks on social media. Spread my shit on there. Why not well. It wasn't wasn't quite like that. I like social media. And i really enjoy being able to do this. Because it enables me to connect with people and share messages right that i wouldn't normally be able to share if i if i wasn't on social media right so it isn't assure you see myself on never like hey by this. It's not ninety nine. It's never like that. Because i'll show you the coolest thing in the fucking world that i made and i have a lot to have if i'm not having fun doing it if i'm not enjoying showing a tube in the world i can't show it And it would come across wrong. I think that. I have gotten lucky enough to have the ability to connect with a lot of people and uplift them through the magic of funky smoking fucking products right and our community so i wanna use that too much not just my vantage but like to the advantage to like share messages that are fucking uplifting that to show people that it isn't all that it is an all we work. That's not the way the way is come on man add value. Come bring it teach the whole fucking world everything you fucking know. Teach me something cool. Teach all create something. Cool that fucking annoying fucking plastic cup. They're me a plastic cup. That's fucking eco friendly. That is more i- insulated doesn't drip either to hold uplift us. Dude come on free at bring it bring it bring it. That's what the message. I really try to bring people over all right. I respect that. Did you finish the bag. Oh god no okay anything else. Of course this one does not exist now. Last time i was on the podcasts with you yeah you loved stone during that the token ring so this time embrace these do not exist yet they will they exist. This is the double barrel world championship smoker. Ring look out. Philly mr t. Wow the man. Girl's gonna kill me when i come in with this man. Yeah but that was only two and you got one. I got one. I like shit. I never been a ring before. When i'm gonna try it out as one of punch somebody leave the ron there. Yeah it's been pretty fascinating working on an actual collaboration with you guys over the over the course of the pandemic which slowed down slightly but You know how do you approach the collapse of thing. Have you worked with a lot of different brands. No we do it very rarely to someone we actually like do it right. They've got to be something that we work with them. And we also like what. They're doing very nicely. Say no definitely. i mean. it's a very interesting thing like people probably don't think it's as intimate in a way because it's just like you have your team and people who work on something or work on your brand and then take them and force them to like intermingle with another brand and like it's just like a very different thing because it's like people get easily not get along not communicate properly night get bad each other. You know. it's like we experienced that for sure like we're you know it'd be like an email that somebody thought that somebody was going to respond to it and somebody else let somebody else. Who's going to respond to it. I mean it is like a pretty fascinating relationship when two brands come together and it can be a really good thing because again now we're increasing the community right now. My people know your people in in an ideal world. We'd all be smoking session together and coming up with more ideas and then the group gets bigger. And now we gotta tribe definitely and that's the fucking that's the best. Yeah and with us. The kanama thing. It's like that. That's the one thing that i've always loved about. The economic community is that that tribe is the most positive uplifting community. I've ever been around. I'm so used to being around growing up in the bmx world skateboard type. Shit and everything. It's very like sarcastic. Like oh you're the little kid trying to get better. The skateboard gets kinda like maybe somebody's going to tell you. Get the hell out of the way. Whatever it wasn't it was a cool community but it wasn't like in the nineties in particular. It just wasn't like nice it wasn't like friendly and uplifting in the dhamma world these days and also i think that those communities have gotten better over time with that type of thing where people kind of realize over time that it's not cool to be like elitist or whatever but in condomize like obscene professional condemned dudes are the best in the world just fully. Stop what they're doing and spend a half hour with like a random fifty year old lady teaching her how to do economic for the first time because the whole idea.

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"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

06:14 min | 2 months ago

"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

"The best and it like holy. Shoot a great problem but it's still a problem. That people are yelling at me like anyone who's got a store that i know i'll get a call from at some point yelling me. Why don't i have your stuff on. My shelves are empty. Your product do. I'm doing the best that can really wasn't we weren't expecting this and it takes a long time to grow. Can't just make more you know. No no no no no no you gotta have the process made right you know really damn so Yeah i mean that. That's good to know that it hasn't slowed up too much. I wonder what the impulse is for people. Till i smoke so much more during the quarantine i may. I guess i get it. I guess we probably have smoked more but then again like you know like when we were around all those people at the store and stuff i guess like if my life had stayed the same we probably would have started smoking more just because there was like a little bit less to do like for a lot of people being at work for eight hours is really basically. Just eight hours where you can't smoke weed. Yeah you know and so if that goes away and you're able to sit at home and work from home you're going to smoke more weed because you're not in this like jail cell environment for that eight hours yes and i think by being home people started getting more into okay. I'm gonna learn how to fuck enroll. Finally i'm gonna fucking figure this out the next thing. They're enjoying it more and they're they're connecting to it. More cones are awesome. I fucking love cones. But there's something special that one you roll yourself different man. It's like you made it created it. I can't put words to it. But i know that every single one that i smoke that rolled at rolled by hand. It just tastes a little better to me. They wanna stuff a cone. I feel like i cheated everytime cone. Real loving homes man could go on its four. Am and i woke up and sleep. I got nothing. I'm going i'm going to conan smoke it right. I'm so thankful for that shit but given the choice i would prefer to roll when you talk about. How much has changed in the past two years. What comes to mind. what are the big ones. Because i know you're always working on some new shit. My the the the stuff that we get to see the ten foot inflatable joint. But i'm sure there's stuff behind the scenes that you're doing. That is not as obvious to us. I can't tell there's so much i would love. I'll show you some of it. I can't you some things. Because as i always say slug worth is always watching and if i tell you about it now quick copy be freaking launch it and you'll people end up with a version that won't be good. If the real thing thought freely man i would love to open the doors and show you every little thing we're working on but it's i got a painfully some calls it for sure. Okay okay visual aids. The this is something i made for my time. New york called the day bag. You know you're in new york pop out rolling rolling trade so that when you're at union square wherever you are you can always be where now you can just smoke all of a sudden which was real real crazy change for me to imagine never had an which is a good thing because one of my next video is i was going to do with teach to eat the roach. The trick of eating the roach. Yuri help with that. We saw a couple of months on stream the other day but normally will do that. They wait till it's like that day. He's doing it when i was like this. Big it has. It's it's a new york thing we all learned for when they're coming down on. You have two choices either. You fucking eat that or you're going to be worried about dropping the soap and a few hours right the like the craziest thing ever like now. That society is starting to move past it in america. I guess we're really lucky. Because if you live in fucking dubai than you do buy your man. Yeah you even. If you have marijuana in your pussy right you got to go clean for thirty days before you go to dubai not going there. I can wait. You give them thirty years. They'll figure it out. Yeah that's a crazy one. I heard that wouldn't that was painful right about. I'm talking about like the world is so past that but i mean like literally america is one of the only that in canada legalizing men mexico places but like all other side of the world must be is one joint death. You'll get. Okay okay some cool all right well. First of all this was something. We can't even show you stuff like this is a new rolling paper. Where it's it's a inorganic paper. The river made slow-burning blah blah blah. I don't wanna fucking sit here and do a page with the only show you some cool shit okay. great paper. But i don't want to do that unless something cool so you think. That aren't actually out yet. More fun for me okay. These these are coming soon. Okay this is where we are. Extracting a multi him to about because again can't were extracting a certain molecule from a different plant and Combining it with terp means in order to make it that when you smoke that with another plant right. It completely changes the effect real. Yeah so there's something. Is that the stuff that i see. Sorta sprinkled on here. It's actually mixed into the paper. It's it's yes but it's actually a mixed onto the paper so this is going to be like when you drink do coke at the same time but for we'd all i can't say that it's a it completely changes the effect. Okay in a good way and it can alter it. We learned where we can have different effects depending on which molecule us from which plan so. This is like some cutting edge science stuff. These are gonna you're gonna these. Wow we're we're we're could these even be sold. You're not saying that there's some type of marijuana knowing that's anywhere you could be sold anywhere. Okay wow that's a futuristic. Sure there how you how does one even begin to think of such a thing. Where like when you say that you made like the thinnest rolling ever made like how. How does josh kesselman say. Hey factory that is making all this paper for all these years. do it. Different make like that just dinner because thinner is one thing. But that doesn't necessarily matter the most you can't thinners what we learn ultimately to nutshell right papermaking you've got a bunch of plant fibers and you create a web. I'm just gonna do it in front of you can see so that would be like a web of fibers together one way or another. We're putting them together and creating our web. Okay cool now. He's looking at me like this. You can kinda see me through it a little hole there you say that would be like a normal way to do it. The trick is as it gets thinner and thinner you end up with bigger and bigger hole and you end up with really what we call a high caressed unit. All this means is when you go to hit out of it..

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"kesselman" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"kesselman" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Continuing our unscientific survey small businesses. In this economic moment we called irene kesselman. She runs a toy shop in carbon. The last three weeks have been extremely busy in years past my shot. My shopping would have been done pretty much by october. And this year. Because not knowing what to expect i really really was looking at sales and just ordering some things last minute. Seeing how quickly. I could get it We are still doing deliveries. We are spending time with people on the phone just this morning. I spoke with an eighty year. Old woman who who's only way of feeling comfortable in purchasing for her grandchildren and other kids was just to talk to me on the phone for one hour and she was chatting away thing. I hope you're having as much fun as i am. Irene and i was..

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"kesselman" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

05:25 min | 10 months ago

"kesselman" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"Business because you just worked eight to ten hours and then you went to work out afterwards and now you're exhausted and you don't have the energy to work on business and the worst part about this scenario you. Guys is that today not only get nothing done in your online business, but you also feel guilty about it because you want to build your business, but you just can't seem to get any traction. have any guys are like that that scenario number one and scenario number one we're going to call that a life where we press snooze Kesselman life where we press news, we don't get a lot done. In business and we're always feeling guilty because we want to build an online business, but we just don't have the energy. So that's a life where we press news guy I'm GONNA give you guys scenario number two. Now scenario number two is bring bring. You actually set your alarm for an hour earlier than you usually set it the bring bring your alarm goes and then you get your asset bet. When your alarm goes off, you get your asset. So goes off and you don't think about it. You literally just roll out of bed and you've already got your clothes, your clothes for like the next day kind of sitting there your shorts and tee shirts sitting there. So you roll a bed, you put your shorts and tee shirt on you go brush your teeth quickly because we got to be. Cleaned we.

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"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

"Lot of the people getting cited when Drake puts out the God's plan video and stuff like that. But I wanna like I don't wanna just do a one time thing. I wanna like, or I don't want to do a couple of minutes per year. Whatever I want to have somebody who works for me who's go whose job, it is to create the content that is, basically going to not just give back some of what we're making to help this stuff out. But also create content out of it that will mean something to people and give those people motivation to then go out and do similar stuff through it. I don't know. It's like still trying to read my accurate. I got little pieces what you just said, first of all for now working title is the podcast is changing the world, right? Because I think what you really want to do what you're saying right now is you want to change the world. You wanna get you don't just want to give some charity and does little drop in the bucket. I call it. When I sit there, do my stuff I feel like I'm there with an eyedropper over the flames of hell. Drip, drip, drip? Faulk give you got. Buyer hose can't do fire hose on my own. But if we can do a podcast that changes the world or podcast, that helps the world podcast saves the world. That's really what we really talking about here. Then it's it changes the way we think about it. All right. So we're not trying to save that person. We're not trying to save that group. We're trying to make big global change and they're trying to get people to actually give shit about each other more and not just giving back, but actually just give help a little more right? How do we do that with the podcast? Well. Could be a podcast more about empathy. Some fucking empathetic stories. When people you wouldn't expect to get stories from, you know what I mean? Like, really? Chief Keefe, I'm here to tell you about empathetic story chief key for real one that kind of if you realize like oh shit. There's more to all hip hop culture as that. What we add hip hop culture. What if we bring empathy into hip hop can't bring hip hop empathy? So when we do it the other way, we do a podcast where whole thing is. It's more of a real conversation, not about anything, but about time when you actually made a change you did something good for someone else or someone did something really good for you. We only share those aspects. That'd be fucking inspirational ever heard. I think that's just one idea by the way, if you and I sit down, and we smoked giant fucking cone here at the end of the session says the point on the end of the session, we're probably going to have a lot more ideas and maybe just maybe a beautiful plant somewhere is going to help you and I come up with an idea that helped change the world in a positive way. Maybe that's true. Still fucking. Dammit. Exactly. This. They attempted to seal this again. It's okay. One day to fall us. Hopefully, you'll be there. You'll come in, in the morning and it'll be on. I wanted to that. How do we change the world who podcast? That's just one idea and cool thing about ideas is this one? Anyone listen to this. They're probably gonna write in with the house and more, man. A good point. Probably will be some give it to them. They'll they're smarter than me for. Sure. And they're younger and they're fucking gonna get it. And they're going to figure out how we actually can communicate with them in a way that uplift them. Facts. We gotta figure it out. Couldn't even really thinking. I'm willing to help the stock. Go smoke giant thing. Where do you want people to go to engage further with you, or the brand? Whatever you prefer. We have an Instagram. My personal is rock and roll. R. A. W K, indie RO. I'm a fucking old rocker, man. A real company. Brand one.

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"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

"I have more fun now that I had when I was twenty years old. More fun now that I had when I was thirty years old, and I'm still going so twenty year old can realize, hey man, you're actually not in your peak now, bro. It keeps going up. Sure. Eventually, it stops find get too old. Can't do can't rocky handy. Whatever you find ways to keep it going. You find ways keep doing yourself. Life is fucking lung, and it can be beautiful to my certain. I lost some friends in the past few years. What happens to nineties, rockers, some of them to get very depressive point when they can't do what they used to do in the same way when they're pick. Up line used to be. It doesn't work anymore. Now you gotta go talk to her. If you wanna meet her, and that's okay. Just just go with the flow. It'll be all right. No, you get depressed very what you used to have and what you way used to be. And some of it ends in a very bad way, that makes me very upset which we'll talk about. We're only going to be positive, but to twenty year old it's due to gets better. It really does it better. I swear to you, if you get incarcerated, it's okay, eventually you get out, unless you something really fucked up. Got caught you to do it. Get charged with doing something really fucked up and yet, maybe we'll get out for a long time. And that fucking sucks fine that fuck. It really does by the way, you always remember like Yunan jail, you know, when you're thinking about your situation is whatever. It's like listen. You're not dead. And not face prison time. You're gonna be all right. My mom ones. I'm Ed to remind me of that. I was super hard time, something just. So bummed out, my mom is like Adam effect can dad went to prison when you're a kid, at least going to prison. Okay. Yeah. Right. Right. The fistula example, you don't fistulas no amount of time. It's been Africa. Get to learn these horrific things fifty is when a girl is wet off way too. Young say twelve years old, and she has intercourse, too young and it's. Anshu even get pregnant, of course. And then when the baby comes out, it's separates the skin between the bum hole and the Bataina separates. Get in there and therefore it gets very infected in there. You got a disease called fistula. Very difficult for us to cure with surgery very difficult and expensive. And we work on it like everything else. So do you have fistula? Thank you, not one of the people that are dying that I that I take off of you passed away on this bed in Ethiopia, and I take you off and put you on a gurney someone else can go in that bed. And we couldn't even wash the sheets before I put you on that bed say, just for plays to die that didn't happen to you. You're not that guy. You're not the ones I've seen you're so much better off. It's going to be okay. Using seeing all that suffering like. Maybe more pathetic or made you more understanding of where you are at in life. Of course. That's why I was saying before, if I could take the Trumpster with me over there it, you cannot be changed by it because you'll try to shut it out. You'll try to turn it off to not. See what you're seeing that next thing you know, you're gonna break down. You're gonna explode. You're gonna cry a lot and it and you change then come out like that. That's real. You'll find a way to live with it to carry it like a wound or scar anything else, and you move on. But it's still there. Contry minder. Wait. I saw that, that really was real that really happened. I saw that I saw that little child was mostly burned hugging my leg because I was white. He thought it was a doctor. And he's asked me when he can go home, and I was just lied to him through my translator. You will home in two weeks. He'll stop hugging me and go to bed. It was you see the stuff and you deal with it and you do whatever you can and you move forward..

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"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

"You do that every single night for the rest of your fucking life. I agree. Yeah. So alert, I got I gotta stop drinking a little bit here and there, but I got quit down and put down the hall. I look at the people that I know who are in their forties, and they still do coke and stuff on the site, bro. You are warrior, like I don't understand. How does your heart still like manage that? I'm thirty five and like drinking remind drugs. It's just it takes away too much from the next day. And maybe I can power through it, but then still it's like, I'm not going to be able to do it the next day. So it's like I can't because this only have that be part of my life at this point, because this is going to slow me down, too much, and, like, waking up and having to like, and not being able to really get anything done for many hours because I'm hung over something like my worst nightmare for productivity in general. Okay. Because you enjoy what you do. All right now, you and I are lucky enough that we really enjoy what we do. Right. And we both probably realize if you don't realize consciously that, like, all right. There's a certain time I can stay out til at night. Certain amount of. Harding, I can do myself off here or else. I'm fucking up the next day next day is going to be so much fucking fun. I don't wanna lose that fucking day. A lot of people hate their own existence. They hate what they have to do the next day. So it's like getting fucked up the night before and then being hung over. It's like if you already hate what you're doing, and you're hung over. It's kind of like whatever like you're miserable anyway. So you might as well be hung over. Right. But yeah, you're probably right. I can't relate to that. I'm waking up excited about what I'm doing every day to, and I wish we you and I were somehow able to help everyone who ever watch this enjoy what they do. More to the problem is that they're still going to be some janitors, but you guy away where you can join being Jan or no, no, I, I was a janitor, and I kinda enjoyed it, but I mean granted I was sneaking away to take naps in the stairwell. Pac man found a way better music on new ways to get the cords and get through something. Listen to podcasts. Do something where you're actually enjoying the day more so you don't mind getting up for you. Listen to podcasts and we should know about yours. Really well. Thank you anything else. Rogan. I do. Of course, the Joe Rogan. How could you not listen to Joe Rogan? There's a marketing podcast from Canada. I forgot the name it for quick second. But that guy's really fucking fun, Tim Ferriss. No, no. He's sell shit. No, an actual marketing one. What's it called? Now. CBC and I pick it up on a podcast. Huge percentage of my podcast listening time has been taken over by the New York Times the daily podcast called the daily on my God. It's like the sap up twenty thirty minutes of my day, every American life go into on time. Let me ask you this in terms of your overall ambition of like the things you want to accomplish in your life. Is there anything that stands out to you that way outside of the realm of like this brand that you've built and everything that you're doing now? Is there anything that stands out? That's the step that I want to take for this over, what is it? Save one hundred thousand lives. Really? Yeah. And I'm gonna fucking do it. How are you going to do that? I believe that were already past twenty five thousand and I just keep doing it hit a little more extreme. So here's the thing. I have to I have to be clear from the beginning. I have to say this to myself, I'm a piece of shit. Because I don't give back as much as I could I give back chunk. I've given back millions and we do it. No really well placed way. Right. Where we've had incredible affects where this fucking weird..

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"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

"I still don't register pros figured I want to. Okay. But so you're doing that. How many stores do you actually get up to six six all in Florida now? I was following the college towns. Oh, okay. Kept doing the same formula of and over again. They me. Cut this out. I've never done before. Fuck it. It's like mine for once somebody's off, and it was mine. I never I always have my phone vibrating shows man for comment. I looked. I was looking right there. I'm like, what is that? Totally didn't do sorry about that. Okay. So you're falling the college towns here. Six stores and it was it was really a lot of fun. I was really happy with my stores because again, I'm making connecting with everybody walks in the door. I'm talking to them. I had my own little bang factory. When I when I opened the first store, I couldn't even afford rent. So I living in my friends storage, shed now would have to jump over the lawnmower to get to bed every night and I'm still friends with that do to we take care of him. You treasure those times now, respect Dan, that really. Hot storage that we we're in Florida. And the peon of law. And if he didn't open the door to the house in the morning, I've made Florida heat is no joke to Joe. Jeez. I don't I don't miss that. But I do miss the okay. I got cute little garage apartment, and it had three car garage blow it. And I said a bomb factory in the. In the three car garage blow, by the way, I stop for a moment bureau careful learned, I have to say Bong because one time, I fucked with by customs coming back into the country to like, do you have any felony record like? Yeah. I used to sell bonds and got like bombs, I'm like, oh, no, no, no. Right. Oh oh, yeah. Go bombs, I used to so bombs. For myself the word. Negotia difference. It wouldn't be a lot worse. So our even what we were happening if the problem smoking too much you are selling bonds. Yes, I was selling to not making them. I was making them down in this little garage apartment, I had, and we could make anything you want. Adam, you walk into my store, and I talked you for a minute or two. And if I have what you wanted to self there, it is, if not, I might be, and you're telling me how you smoke and I'm asking lots of questions. We're interacting, I figure out. I know what you need. I know what you need. All right. Here's the deal. And I was explained to you what I wanna build for you. Come back to days. I'll build for you and it'll be here and you'd be like, all right. Cool. I think we even had a slip right down. Maybe make deposit. But wouldn't I don't know how much I trusted you, then we would go back and make you that, that was perfect for you. And you come back in there. It is. There's your pipe and you walk away within your happiest fuck. And I'm happy as and everything worked out. Great. Right. And we all started making like pre rolls, not empty barrels. This is the, the cones. Yeah. This is the earliest even like pre combs. They were they were combs, but we call them tulips. It was people couldn't role. So we took this old cigar display, and we'd fill it, one by one had, like a bunch of slots, and top with these things we call tulips, two pieces of rolling paper together, you'd open to the top you'd cut him. So they kind of made little Leafs on top. Right. It was completely conical because we tried stuffing straight one. It doesn't stuff but conical would work and plus I knew a lot about cigars by that point..

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"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

"And the counter I was lucky enough with very pretty girl and flirted with her until I somehow convinced her to give me a stack catalogs, and she did walked out of there. And I couldn't even afford a cell phone back then. So went out there and I hit the payphone I called the first catalog number. And here's a cute connect. Right. I company called a company called Adam's apple. I remember the number by heart. I call them and I get the guy on the phone. I get my rapid talking to open my own store, and he's got you and anything you need. Call me. I've got so many friends in industry, whatever you need to find hit me up. All right. Cool. That guy's name was Rick rock. Maybe fifteen years later, guess who ended up hiring really? Yeah. He's still with me today. The be nice to the people that you bring everybody in close. Meet on your way up. You know the he was nice to you made, you want to smile upon him later. Can't let them go go guys. That's amazing. Yes, I opened up this little tiny fucking trap, having no idea. What I'm doing. And when I was a kid, I read Tom Sawyer, and for some reason, it really stuck to me, and we remembered his white picket fence thing, right? So I don't know what I'm doing. You got to admit, I think I have no idea what the fuck I'm doing. Right. So people would walk in, and they would say, hey man, you're gonna carry. What's dug outs? I hadn't even know what that was. Okay. Get it. Right. Which is your favorite one. I want to show that honestly sounds cool as hell just because, like in the position that we are now in there's so much information available that it's like if you wanted to start a hijab Yuki basically, like it wouldn't be hard to go online, and sort of figure out what the products that are in demand. It's very interesting to think back to the nineties, where it was not so easy to get information to what are you gonna do? Figured out, do so store. Mimicked what the town wanted like I didn't really build a story put in the shit that I wanted. But everything else was dude, walking in saying, are you going to carry this? Yes. Carry this. Yes, yes, yes. Come back in two weeks. And so the store was built by the community and so the store fucking flourished while. Yeah. Because they, they build. It wasn't me. It was stuff that you knew that people wanted, but they didn't currently have away together. Yeah. Yeah. And the store did great open another another and I started making actual money. Cool harassed by the cops from day one or no no local cops fucking love me 'cause it was Gainesville. Florida's a lot of local cops smoked really, they would come in. Download they were great. But one of my stores, apparently sold that Bong that Bong of death. To think she was eighteen but it didn't matter. Right. It was it wasn't her fault for buying Vong. It was my stores fault for selling it. So him and his friends came in full what they do. Just fuck you up or just yell at you or no. No. They got arrested indicted, the whole fucking thing. But for what for selling selling drug paraphernalia, right? Yeah. But they knew you were doing that in the first place. But all of a sudden it matters into somebody somebody's daughter takes Bong hit, and now bombs are legal again. They were they were legal were illegal and other legal again, supposedly, I'm not a fucking lawyer, but it's the weirdest thing has to do with community standards. Medical marijuana in Florida. So technically would be legal again. Right. It's fucking. It's such a convoluted thing. Yeah. But one of the problems with law enforcement is that it's run by people humans just like me. And you and so we have feelings, we have emotions, and when your daughter buys, Vong, it's not her fault is to do to Seoul to her crazy abuse of power. It wasn't abuse of power. It's just natural human nature where you learn the game pretty quickly. I'm guessing a lot of. Did you have a basic understanding how to run a business? That's no, no. I figured it out. Real quick. Real. When you open your store here, did you know what you're doing arguably?.

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"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"kesselman" Discussed on No Jumper

"I didn't I had no expectations. There was like we had nothing to do with Saturday night. This place gave us the venue, right? There were like, hey, you know what this to our friends if they want to get together smoke, they're like, oh, you haven't a party party party. Let's just get together smoke. You know what I mean? Let's just like old school like in your mom's basement kinda shit. I seen you those in. Yeah. Down tough. You want everybody wanted to amazed at how many people actually wanted to combine smoke. The amount of people that said, yes, I was just fucking shocked, it Saturday night. It's the tie that binds in California feels like the Saturday night. I feel like everyone wants to go like you can go to ask you can go to cook and club and all the shit, and you wanna come out with me, right Taylor gang. Friends came and like lit. Yeah. And I feel you can't smoke in the club these days in LA, which is which is nice, right? But I mean, you know, nothing beats, you know, just like a good old fashioned hot box smoke session. Yeah, it was insane. Yeah. Haven't figured it out, yet, I'm talking to Josh from raw papers right now. How you doing? Very good, very, very excited to meet you. You really blossomed into social media superstar over the past couple of years. Yeah, I didn't mean to, but I did. Let's talk about how you started though. I wanna know how you even got into this position in the first place. Man. You've created a pretty legendary brand very interested about how this all came together. Take me back to the early days where you grew up where you were born. You only go back that far I wanted at least a cursory glance at how you came to even sort of be in this position. Yeah. So five year old Josh, Josh my dad used to magic tricks with rolling paper. I'm lucky enough. My dad with a roller. You know what I mean? Well done of a smoker. Wow. And we'd be around the table during the holidays in New York City, and he would take out rolling paper and he would light it on fire and throw it up in the air, and it would just drop down. No ash just vanished right now at five. You gotta bring yourself back that five year old mindset. That's magic trick. Right. Wow. It's the only magic trick. He knew it brought me right in and I fell in love with rolling papers at the age of five so with that in your head, by the way, I've learned, you really get the shit and plant that young something to five seven years old. You're stuck with that. Get rid of that you take me to a ballet recital. When I'm my five years old. It's like you're gonna just have that bugging head. I wanted to I was born to dance ballet now known. Kind of hold it against my parents. They didn't get me into that. You know, if you have been doing rolling papers, maybe we'd be dad's smoke and nothing. No, I wasn't that way. So my dad had this old brand, he would do called Marshfield at os old Spanish brand of rice paper and you grew up in New York or that's just where you live. Now, I was born in New York City in the city in Manhattan, where exactly is I used to live out there now from when I was little little an argument my dad, I know he's got it reversed. I know from what I can tell I was born on east twelfth street. Go down in east twelve and then we moved up to east end avenue. Okay. Then from there when I got I think about seven or so we moved out to Long Island for about seven years, then I came back to the city for high school when I got kicked out of high school, Long Island. Nice. Yeah, I used to spend an extreme amount of time in union square around my spikes. Wait, you know, so my friends, then probably because I like skateboard friends of union square people. Yeah, this is about, as I was there, a lot of two thousand three two thousand seven or eight, maybe he knows skateboarders..

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"kesselman" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"kesselman" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Huge savings on the things you needed one. It's a big deal to Jacob degrom burnished his candidacy for the National League Cy Young award and even picked up the victory in the process on Friday night, the Mets defeated Washington. Four to two is to ground pitches. Seven innings allowing just one run on three hits eight strikeouts. To raise his record to nine and nine the ground wins for the first time since August eighteenth and lowers earned-run average to one point seven seven two grumbled. So was turned out twenty three consecutive quality starts to set a major league record and his allowed three runs or fewer in twenty eight consecutive starts amid said vine doubled among the rate hits with dementia. Ronco getting a pair of two bangers. Jay Bruce driven to runs with a double and single Robert Kesselman survived the shaky ninth-inning to earn his twelve save. Well, but the American League east race now over the Yankees turning their attention to gaining home field. Advantage in the wildcard they open to three game weekend series against Baltimore and held off the pesky Orioles tend to eight CC's Avandia allowed to run zone. Six hits over six innings for the five strikeouts. Raising his record to eight and seven snapping a six game winless streak Didi gregorius Aaron Hicks homered and drove in two runs apiece. The texas. Rangers have fired manager Jeff Bannister after four seasons. Bannister led Texas tobacco back American League West titles in his first two seasons. But the club slipped to seventy eight and eighty four last year and we'll finish last in the division. The season Notre Dame football on Bloomberg eleven three. Oh, the eighth ranked fighting Irish traveled to Winston Salem North Carolina to take on Wake Forest free game. Coverage begins at eleven later. This morning kick off at twelve noon. Tiger Woods has shared the lead. After two rounds of playing at the tour championship in Atlanta woods is tied with Justin Rose at southern under par. Rory mcilroy at five under would slash share. The thirty six hole lead in the. Twenty fifteen wind championship he wound up talent for tenth preseason hockey. The islanders entered the Philadelphia Flyers three to two with the Bloomberg sports update. I'm town Rogers. This is Bloomberg BusinessWeek Bloomberg radio. Hi, I'm Jason Kelly. Carol massar..

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"kesselman" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kesselman" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Mica kesselman welcome to software and jane daily edge it's great to be here you are a lawyer and i actually met you at the software engineering daily meet up in boston which was an interesting event there are a lot of different people from different backgrounds they're actually before that we had gotten acquainted on slack and over email because you're listening to the show you actually have a background in computer science but you work in law how did you get into law from computer science yes so i actually entered into law before i got into computer science previous to law school i had been kind of on a political science track to into grad school the do post grad police type work which involves allow serve modeling and quant based analysis ended up going into law school wanting to work with soccer companies primarily and realized that it would be helpful to have a solid grounding in the act actual engineering and science and computer science as well i wanted to work with software companies to give sort of holistic offering advice so i ended up going back to undergrad at night or at one point during the day in law school at night at the same time and finish them both in tandem with each other and now few years later i'm mostly doing patent prosecution work and a little bit of corporate and policy advice and stuff like that as well and some due diligence stuff now i think of software and law as both infinitely ambiguous domains and if you cross them does it become even more infinitely ambiguous i'm not sure what the what the right formal measurement there would be but what you're saying yeah it's yes i think that you're working with soccer i think and it's probably true in any any domain that's rapidly advancing and changing all the time there's always a certain amount of flex in particular in our us legal system.

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"kesselman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"kesselman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Right goodwin up to hit here against robert kesselman started yesterday's game for three the stolen base i offering infra strike selma cup set fires swing a ground ball to short for sorry l zip picks it up steps on second against the out there at a close play at second late slide for severino that's a great recovery on the bobble by rosario that ball was hit pretty hard off the bat of goodwin added with from looking like he was going to be a double play to perhaps no play good recovery gets out the lead runner keeps the tying run out of scoring position salman pitching poorly and sandy alderson made the comment he needs to pitch better.

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