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"mark vanderberg" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

05:44 min | Last month

"mark vanderberg" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"Big it out and and dan will have a story about that in just a moment but the people in the atheist community of austin got together. And we're making sure. Hey are you okay. Do you have power to of water. You know can we. Can we do this. Who's got a vehicle that can get to somebody. Can we get somebody where there's power and while some people were like you know mark vanderberg. I think was out out of power for like fifty five hours but he was fortunate to have a fireplace. And so i remember him saying he was playing stratego stratego with his brother The next to the fire Austin is i don't know it's like closing in on sixty five seventy degrees something. who knows. it's warm almost all the snow is gone and yet. There's a lot to recover austin as a city is still on. Boil water notice because of cross contamination in the water. That's coming out of your pipes if you have. It may not be safe to drink so please. If you're in the austin area continue to that and check on that if you are elsewhere make sure you check what your cities doing And whether or not you need to be boiling your water or taking care if you're in the broader texas and as a reminder we have crossed the line where five hundred thousand americans have now died of covid. Let's not forget that. In addition to having this frequenter storm we are still in the middle of a global pandemic and while the infection rate and death and death rate are dropping. There's still really high and so keep wearing a mask. Keep on the guidelines Look into vaccinations in your area. This week joining me from truth wanted objectively dan. How eight. i'm doing good. I'm doing good. Yeah i I had was not so fortunate as you in terms of My power situation. My apartment was out of power for at least four days And the first day. That monday is past week. And you know didn't have power. The whole day realize i gotta stay here tonight. Yeah i'm an eagle scout. I stay the night. It was like nine degrees. But you know it was just gonna be for one night. That was fine then. The next day still didn't have any power and that was pretty bad. Now you were actually in terms of the aca are like the closest person to be. We're we're kind of close. Relatively speaking in austin terms were neighbors. Were like fifteen minutes away. And i tried to get your place to different times but i could not get my car up the hill. I matt like an intersection of like three different hills converging on each other and i could not give my little sedan up there And i finally escaped. I got up to thirty five. And i stayed the week at generically modified skeptics house. Actually because I thirty five was a bit better To get there to get to where you're up. Yeah it was. It was pretty brutal. I did not get back to my place until friday. Just in time for truth wanted But yeah it was really really brutal out here. I saw families Parents with their kids out the front porch with grill sprint propane stoves because it was warmer to be outside with the propane stove than it was to be inside the buildings here. Is you know. Texas where i really used to that level of sort of winter storm age and Yeah i saw lots of cars hitting each other and stuff lots of slip and slide and but yeah it was. It was pretty bad and they're still ongoing effects of that. I had like a stuffed up nose like the whole week of that. I'm just now recovered from. I think but yeah. It's it's pretty bad. So thank you guys for being so kind and sending your warm wishes to us But the aca we pull through. We're doing we're doing all right now. So yeah there were people living in their cars and all kinds of i have friends in fort worth who i need to call in and check on although karen. If you're listening you can just text me. Let me know if you've got power. Because as of last night. When i called them they still. They had been out without power since monday and they relied on some friends. Also there's I think the texas attorney general it needs to get busy investigating because there are some people who received like four or five six nine and twelve thousand dollar electric bills for the five days Where they Whatever whatever deregulated electrical organization. They're paying for their electricity decided to increase the rates because demand went up. They increased it to a redone level. So for five days to have a six to twelve thousand dollar. Electric bill That's criminal and that business. If they ever you know. I mean if they tried to actually collect. It's legal like oh you signed up for this and you signed up for variable rates and there's just that once in a lifetime thing but once in a lifetime thing anybody dead and there's there's people whose life savings as you know sixteen hundred dollars more than my life savings. I don't know about anybody else. But i couldn't electric bill that came in at that much so there's a lot of stuff that's going to be happening. Let me get through the regular announcement. He things here and that is. Hey everybody if you're watching. Live on youtube directly up above the chat. Which i know you're all interested in the chat and by the way if you're not that interested in chat just go ahead and be addict one of the moderators will fix that problem for you a. Saw somebody say that or something similar minute ago but up above that is a donate link one hundred percent of your donations go directly to the atheist community. Boston they don't pass go google. Youtube don't collect any money at all out of. In addition you can become a member on youtube and that membership will give you a special icons and emojis and whatever else..

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"mark vanderberg" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

11:51 min | 1 year ago

"mark vanderberg" Discussed on The Corner

"Entrees hail it is nice to be back and we're talking. Mma it feels like forever since we sat down and talked to here on the show. So it's great to get back into swing. Things are three shows a week. Shout out to blue wire the network for a hosting the PODCAST and make sure you guys check out bet. Online march madness is coming up taking your beds. You can place multiple brackets on their. Try to win some dough. You know. It's not not a bad bad way to spend your Your March here trying to win some money on some sports so make sure you guys check them out and use the Promo Code Blue Wire all one word when you do it for fifty percents sign on Bonus. We are back here. Trade is Nice. It is nice. It's been a long time since we talked in. May I got a crack open? The smear off spiked Seltzer. I am like you now. I'm trying every brand and every which flavor this is a crazy or cranberry live. Sooner or later he's people shall sponsor wrestling stereotypes. I've reached out so I will try every brand on this I'm not partial to one whoever's paying the money come sponsor the show. I would like these for free every week so I am sitting down here. We're getting some energy going a lot. Having made we have to recap but I I see congrats you touch on the Monday. Show just low bit. I wanted to tell the people more about it. You have a south by southwest panel coming up. Melanie faces and non melania places s catch. Yeah yeah and I kind of came up on the fly. So yeah actually. It was a supporter of wrestling with stereotypes. Gregory Gibson who works with the HP battle the brains which is a big thing have south by Reached out to me and asked me about my career and everything I've done. He asked me if I'd be interested in. You know speaking at this. That's buy. Yes I mean sure Eight because as much as I talked about diversity us would you wanNA do some on diversity in us a short. And he's like what do you want to call it and I was like million faces vices. And he's like I like it just came up with Shit but the base is is exactly what it sounds like you know started my career covering hip hop. We're GONNA hit up the eggs and hit upside bt. And then. I started to make the transition. The boxing film going to comic con going to Sundance E. Three covered all these things. See Yes obviously and I started to realize like now especially me being a zone like I am. I not on the only black like at like in this in this particular position One of our producers Shonda. She's black but for the most part are them any black folks. Sergio Mora does commentary and we like we joke about up songs and stuff like that and a lot of people. Just don't get the fuck we're talking about and I started to realize that you know a lot of us get into these positions and we have to open the door for everybody else. Come through them and I think we talked about a little bit last week. So this panel is with myself cast friend. The so Wally Mania Rasa were out. He's done all his W. O. Demisch Your Lor. I probably should just say her name. You guys should know who she is. And if you don't I guess you don't check instagram. Or whatever and Lauren Brown who is a graphic designer? Ea Electronic Arts and yes. It's really talking about the work that we've had to do to get these positions in how we're looking to pay it forward for the future and I think at the end of the panel. I know what the other panel. I'm an offer internships because Hugh Program Battle of the brains and I need more. Black people at the zone is sports news By the time you guys hear this you will have found out that. The zone has gone global It's no longer just. Us We're branch off into a bunch of markets all across the globe. I'm GonNa need well not me personally. But they're gonNA be looking to bring more interiors and expand a lot. So you know I'm trying to provide opportunities and that's always been my thing and I don't know if anybody semi twitter feed the other day Angela. Nisa who works on Mixie's who's a good friend of mine. She's one of the producers writers from mixed this somebody was reached out to her about getting a job and she knows about panel and she was like. I'm not hiring Andrea says and we have this ongoing joke because when you don't when people reach out to you and you you don't really have anything for him because you're not the decision maker because like even at the zone. I'm not the decision maker Joe Markowski or any of those guys. They think you have a problem with them. They call you haters. Like put me on it right and it doesn't really work like that. Well my thing is whatever I can do to help you get into a position where you can succeed of mentor. Lot of people. You know whatever I can do to help I will. But that doesn't mean that I'm obligated to help you just because you say can right. You've got to have a little bit of talent as well. So this panel is going to be all about that. I can't wait to do it. Hasn't been the southbound while but this is completely different than me being stopped by like music shoot is really about putting minorities into different spots. So she'll be fine. If you're in Austin Texas March thirteenth. Two to four PM believes the time something like that where two thirty three thirty because we got wrestling serious those times. Everything's messed up but yeah check much facebook. Whatever and I'll see you there and I don't know if it's going to be streamed but it'll be a good time so that yeah man. I'm excited for you. I'm excited. It's really cool getting to talk to young professionals and letting them know like no. We need more people in be spaces showing them like no. We have people from gaming to television to journalism. All here and we worked a lot for it and we want you guys to work just as hard. 'cause we need more of us in these spaces so that's really know visually anytime you can get out there and speak and do everything there. You mentioned a mentoring programs which is really cool. I see you know I've not been to any BJ yet. But I see a lot of people who are in it and go to these things. Have Mentors I think Mark Vanderberg friend of bug US At Yahoo Sports Mentors People. He had mentors. You Mentor people. I never had a mentor. And as we because I know a lot of other journalists and stuff especially by journalists have always had mentors. I just didn't know where to get one like. How do you go about that? Like oh I like writing. Want to mentor me like. Aren't you a note with a stamp and so these things that people may not know how to do? My mentors was our group chat with me. Just firing off wild ASS. Hot takes that the world will never here because we spent days of you guys telling me. I'm calling in the group jet so they don't reach twitter. That's my mentor ship group. You can mentor chip group because the world would have got the most waigel of takes especially early on. I was on a roll. The humid hot take machine full effect five years ago. I've calmed in my old eight but I think you know you mentioned the groups have row. Nba So you can call them a mentor. You you've got to put you in these. These opportunities succeed. So it's like for me. You know mental has always been really weird word because it kind of it sounds weird for a lot of people and. I've never considered necessarily considering. Must've mentor like other. People have said that mention them and have really done is. I've taken the time out to talk to him in for some people. It's really that simple man like to give somebody a vote of confidence or to listen to ideas or to be able to point them in the right direction. I've been fortunate enough to work in so many different spaces In media that it may not be with me over at zone. I may know somebody like I've had right after I left. I've had writers add very recommended people for a lot of different jobs. And it's great to see a lot of the people that used to work under me hip hop DX. While was chief and now they're doing amazing things in different places and that's kind of what mentoring is and it's like it doesn't always have to be like this wide age. Gap is a lot of people. Say Oh you've been to high school. Kids know everybody needs some help in for me. I had a little bit of help and it wasn't necessarily a bunch of black. You got hip hop site. It was Piso. Who was white. Dude Matt Conway. Who's a publicist for guys like five nine and DJ premier used to be an editor there and they put me on what I did if it wasn't for them? I maybe wouldn't be where I'm at today because I asked a lot of dumb questions and it's kind of similar to wear a Michael Jordan talking about Kobe. Bryant in you know really moving speech at the graves of Michael's career we talked about. The little brother annoys. You asked all these questions and he just needs a sounding board and I think that's what's key here and sometimes you just need a sounding board. Who in the group chat? That's your sounding board. Will you fire these holidays that we hold on? Don't you say this is why we really back in your? Everybody NEEDS SOMEBODY TO HELP. Filter them and the point in the right direction. Because it's hard man. It's hard being minority working in these industry. They're not allowed to people who look like you. Who Don't befriend. Who like to have things in common with man? I mean even me just being in Texas. We had a bunch of conversations with people and about how certain people are just really positions. Not because they were like great writers or great. Anything just know the right people so I want to be one of those people that you know me and you can get in. You don't have to be as good as that guy. I want you to be better than him but I know a lot of mediocre people that are like very rich spots. That don't deserve to be there so I'd rather put my mediocre people and make them better than they're mediocre people and make people become great people that take those spots because I just no way too. Many people don't deserve the jobs and I know how they got to be fair. I say this I've gotten my jobs a lot of strength of knowing you and knowing people who know you or people you've introduced me to so thank you that worth already. I have just a tiny shred of humility not much but I know I naturally talented at things now. Am I the technician that you are or other writers are or you know of a Marcus Vanderberg as far as editing? Just can I do that as well as you guys do that? No I haven't put in the time to do that. And you guys are very good at that and there's writers who are very good at writing and producing clean copies and making your life as an editor very easy. No no more of an idea guy. So yeah if you had any good luck am I going to be the worst of them? But I'm not going to be the best of them but I will tell you this we're going to have something of an idea where no other platform is going to think this way. So you'll get very unique content year you're going to have to stop me from rambling year. You're going to have to clean it up a lot of your stuff..

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"mark vanderberg" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"mark vanderberg" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

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"mark vanderberg" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"mark vanderberg" Discussed on The Corner

"I go all day on this list. Mrs wait until dray hops on is going to be crazy. The other thing is is. I sat back and i was like should we do a top fifty wrestlers list. I see i saw a couple of other podcasts. Try their hand at it fifties a lot but i was thinking i was like no i think me and drake can figure it out and now's like you know what does this to people opinion. I was like i wonder if i get a whole reverse rat pack and we can go group chat and we hash it out and i make an i you you know put together with a dope graphic. We have the reverse rat pack top fifty wrestlers walter so i'm gonna try to go for this week. I'm gonna try to corner us all together. In a group chat ryan mcconnell mark vanderberg danya kosta man everyone anthony springer <hes> yeah everyone our group chat. I hope i'm not just an ivy everybody in reverse ratpac top fifty. We have so much different tastes. That's gonna be crazy but i think we can narrow down fifty and kind of put people in the right brackets to write areas and get a good list together and put a little graphic on <music>. I'm posted so there might be other top fifty wrestler out there but we're going to put out a go to one for clout not a stupid top fifty list to just get people going and talking about nonsense. We're gonna put out a legit top fifty list and go at it and we're going to see what people think so. That's my goal for for this next week to corn. Everyone get that done <hes> real quick. I was going to take a break. You know what no break. No sponsor strays in here on taking the podcast. I'm hijacking. We're gonna just keep going. We're going to keep rolling through combat sports because that's what we do here so combat sports is a crazy week like i said to start off to show. I'm going to start by talking about w._w._e. And pro wrestling he started with pro wrestling last week and i figure you know what is not bad to just get it out the way this week starting off with pro wrestling and it's honestly it's the biggest thing <unk> happening this week in combat sports. 'cause we have the finals of the g. One excuse me in new japan and some that we've been talking about for what a a month now and how great is going to performances so we'll know who finishes up by the time our next show is going will be main eventing at wrestle missile kingdom so that's gonna be exciting. It's gonna be a lot of a spin off from that in terms of feuds to that'll be great and of course it's summer muslim weekend so with summer slam weekend comes annex t toronto <unk> summer slam itself twenty nine thousand nine hundred which is in toronto so he's not here to make his predictions that means my predictions allowing when that matter. I love doing this drills. They said you could tell drake when you talk to them or up on twitter no kill movement moments so far and they show pride myself on that holding it down with logic this week <hes> let's go to the car though so annex t takeover toronto starts off candice missile ravers at yoshahara evil yo shirai all-black kinda mad queen gimmick superdome. I like doing with her to me though candice this lorraine has to be positioned. I've been saying this for months to be the one to finally stop shane basil shane on this almost unbeatable run. She's she's being so many people clean maino tap out the best of the best in annexed bianca belair curry sane yoshua rier so so many people have gone down during shayna bazars rain and now it's time to say okay who's the perfect person handed over to the ultimate. He'll who is the perfect baby face and it's always been candice laurie. It's always been mrs wrestling so they brought around super slow. She was it really involved in the gargano. Ciampa feud seen russell for a period of time now..

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"mark vanderberg" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"mark vanderberg" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Jair stays today on the show. A new study shows that Detroit is the most stressed city in the nation. What's behind that I talked to Wallethub analyst Jill Gonzalez also the Michigan Glass Project comes to the Russell Industrial Center this weekend van has a conversation withdrew cups about what to expect expect that and a couple of other stories to know around town right after this daily Detroit is brought to you in part by repurpose? That's where you can get hired by Detroit's best startups and companies repurpose connects top talent like you with purpose driven companies based on values values experience and culture fit join their talent community at Repurpose Dot C._O.. That's Repurpose Dot C._O.. Joining me on the line is Jill Gonzalez. She's a analyst for wo it hub to talk about. This data dropped yesterday all about Detroit being the most stressed city and that's something that I think a lot of people who live here they can relate to they can see it but I wanted to dive a little bit deeper into it because there was a lot of outlets that just talked about on the <unk> high-level wanted to take just a couple of minutes and talk about it so so joe first off. Let's talk about the methodology of this. This wasn't this wasn't a survey. This wasn't a sampling this was based off of data right correct. We looked at over one hundred eighty cities across thirty nine different metrics here so that data set rangers firm average weekly work hours to debt load to divorce and suicide rates so all obviously some very stressful data points and why did you wait the things that you did because if you dive in you can kind of see like the percentages and things that people that you used for these different categories. What was your thought process and waiting things where you did well a lot of these metrics came directly from mm-hmm academic experts professors of psychology a lot of times a marriage and family therapists and then we looked at four different categories all weighted equally so that was worked stress financial stress family stress and health and safety? Distress one of the things I noticed was that Detroit was kind of far and away number one from I think it was Cleveland. There was number two correct correct to tweet number one followed by Cleveland Newark Baltimore in Philadelphia A- and of all of those metrics what stuck out to you as things that were kind of like red flags that really pushed it over the line as far as stress well. It did the worst when it comes to financial family family health and safety stress so those kind of three categories is where it has the most room for Improvement Right now Detroit for instance has the second highest divorce rate in the country so not only is that obviously very stressful to your family life but a lot five times really takes a hit on your finances as well so that a lot of times we see that there are a snowball effect and there's definitely some metrics here that are interrelated here beyond their categories. I think that divorce rate is certainly one of them. <hes> <HES> DETROIT also tied with Cleveland for the highest poverty rate right now and then it also has quite a few health problems as fair as a very high percentage of adults reporting to be in poor health again can that not only can take ahead on your health but on your wallet as well especially if you're not covered by insurance where Detroit has one of the highest uninsured rates in the country too so you do find that a lot of these different things are very much interrelated Ed so do you have any kind of quick tips or some some suggestions for people to kind of help deal with with some of the stress because obviously I don't I mean these are large factors and it's going to take a while if Detroit wants to make some progress going down on this ranking so do you have any kind of tips on a personal level for folks to help them. You know maybe be a little less stressful. I mean as far as that financial stress level. I think that's something that people can oftentimes teams. Get a lot of help too especially now when we have so many free or low cost tools at our fingertips that we didn't have a decade ago or twenty years ago a lot of that comes down to internet resources budgeting tools alone calculators. Eaters certain APPS that are going to be better for our certain situations whether it's saving money or working toward a savings goal so you know people on a budget can find a lot of ways to relax if they are stressed doubt look it for free activities in their town try to do you know one a weekend. One a month and having a budget itself can be relaxing so you know in advance what you can afford or so you know that you need to stay away from a certain thing this month maybe save for it for the next but just having that awareness think gives people a sense of relief automatically well. Thank you so much Jill. I appreciate you taking a few minutes to talk with us and thanks so much for your time anytime Michigan Glass Project is hosting its eighth annual glassblowing and live arts festival fundraiser this Friday through Sunday July nineteen through twenty first at the Russell Industrial Center proceeds from the Event Art Road a nonprofit that Supports Arts Education in Detroit area public schools and joining us to talk all about the festival and <hes> what's going on there is drew cups. He's CO founder of the Michigan in Glass Project Drew Welcome to Detroit a man. Thanks for having US absolutely all right so tell us <hes> what what's happening at this year's festival. Tell us about it. So what we are is a three day arts music festival featuring live glass demonstrations art of all kinds. We have live painters. We've got people doing blacksmith thing we have graffiti arts. <hes> we have fifteen bands in lineup. We have eighty vendors we have had dozen food trucks and we we packed a place full of live are our demonstration and auction it off at the end of the the event and this is a fundraiser event a you're teaming once again with art road which is a <hes> another nonprofit on tell us about them in this is <hes> you guys have been working together gather for a few years now right yeah when we first started the event we were benefiting the Bell Al Aquarium we we hope get them kick started and then we were looking for something a little more meaningful and community orientated and that's when we found aren't road and <hes> what they do is they bring teachers. Shire's and materials to the classroom and allow kids to have our class in schools at that don't presently have programming so bringing arts education back to <hes> schools that have lost it. What about that mission sort of attracted you guys I mean why? Why did you feel like that? That's important well. It's really cyclical you see if you don't have arts and arts education. You may not develop into in artists later in life so for us giving the opportunity to kids to to really explore blower outside the box. Thinking was was the biggest draw another thing about it is we're artists were self ourselves and we we want to give back art so what we do is we take the power of our abilities and pull will it together to help source art education for kids. <hes> tell us about <hes> the Michigan Glass Project and <hes> how you guys started. I mean you mentioned that in the early days you were you were raising money for to get the Belle isle aquarium back open <hes> MHM <hes> you know it we were approached by a friend of ours who didn't event call the Colorado Project as as years ago and <hes> I attended the event and when we came back to Michigan a few years later our friend had moved into town with the idea Eddie of hosting the event in Detroit and it it made a lot of sense for us because we're we're the the kind of people who <hes> who who've been vessels. We've done a ton of ending. We've hosted a lot a lot of events on our own and it and it made sense because we had a accrue people willing and able to put something like this together. Tell us a little bit more about the <hes> the festival itself. You said you had fifteen bands <hes>. Can you name a few of them. Sure one of my favorites that we've got coming on is how do Mursia he's an Ethiopian funk funk and soul artists while that very interesting it's going to be he comes in on Saturday with some really warm tones and funky vibes reclosing it out Sunday night with Sun squatty who's a a three man psychedelic jam band trio that shred and then we have a list of local guys on the deck who I'm. I'm just really big fans fans of myself Saturday night. We've got a party at the marble bar featuring D._J.. Godfather that's going to be a thumper. We're GONNA step on. And yet yeah we should mention you. Guys have a couple of kind of after parties associated with this whole festival weekend right yeah yeah absolutely <hes> Friday night is at the Whitney in the in the garden and throughout the mansion we laid it up on the dice without who dat and he said John that's a great evening and Saturday night. We do a marble show at the marble bar coincidentally <hes> where about forty five different artists are bringing or blight glass objects to display and we'll have a D._J.. Godfather Rather Ondeck with that countback as well as a few others and then <hes> Sunday night we close it out in the event space. It's what what we'd like to really let people know is that it's community orientated and a lot of these artists that we have on on the turntables on the stage our local guys who who've stepped up and offered their time to play for us and it's really incredible the variety that comes out front yeah that's awesome <hes> and when we talk about <hes> glass asked him instructions. Are we talking about glass blowers is that is that what <hes> people are gonNA see. Yeah we have several different kinds of glass making happening we light up forty glassblowing torches which are for lamp working pyrex <hes> and that's the main staple of the show mind do you this is all done in live demonstration in a large industrial space so when you walk inside you're surrounded by these artists making glass under flame and there's really as a subversive quality to it so alongside these Islamc brokers we have some soft glass fellas from the juice box mark Vanderberg and Adam Thomas and neighboring furnaces to do the traditional Italian style nas making and there's a team that man's that and we have live Ne- I'm making as well and cold old working so there's really a wide variety of different kinds of glass meetings being work <hes> we also have bead makers going off on some torches as well so it's a it's a full spectrum of glass are being made in front of a live audience. Wow sounds pretty interesting <hes> so tickets for this event start at fifteen dollars for a day pass thirty dollars for the weekend pass and then <hes> the two.

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"mark vanderberg" Discussed on Audio Theatre Central | Exploring Family Friendly Audio Drama

Audio Theatre Central | Exploring Family Friendly Audio Drama

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mark vanderberg" Discussed on Audio Theatre Central | Exploring Family Friendly Audio Drama

"Of course it would be amazing and in case you didn't know he actually did the music for the first one as well so uh just to continuing with it in this one and um production was done by daniel burnett and script was adapted and directed by jerry robbins who also plays a several of the characters in in the script as as you to her normal in as their usual ian executive producer mark vanderberg and tom swift is play by colin but zina who also if i'm if i remember correctly played 66 in jimmy and the angel joe interesting what am i am i right on that i could not too i do not i'm trying to place the voice right now that's a good question because i recognized his voice and it was driving me crazy trying to figure out where it heard it before but but what will let the crack research team and get on that yet but um barton swift the father is played by jerry robbins now a different voice from the first one and this was one of my i guess a complaint is too strong of a word i really liked the voice of the first barton the voice quality was really good in a fit the character but i just don't think they're acting was quite up to the level that we can expect from a high quality audio drama so it didn't really bother me that they got a new voice for barton swift a in this one and there were a few other changes to garrett who is kind of like there i'm not sure exactly i've never read the books so i'm not sure exactly what he he his title is in the household but he's like a part of the house staff i guess a swift household and that's a new voice for garrett in this one and he's played by sam denardo in this one and then also the the housekeeper or the mater or whatever she is mrs bagger.

daniel burnett jerry robbins mark vanderberg tom swift colin jimmy barton garrett sam denardo mrs bagger ian executive producer zina the house