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"new york hamilton college" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

07:40 min | 5 months ago

"new york hamilton college" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"A little bit knows. This is where i'm gonna spend got you got going and they'll day my view and other people that do sort of skirt a lot of the people away And that that sort of setback field argument of course is whether leadership back to field or vance field and here's both online commercial links for example. I wouldn't psychedelics and rather other people and not very so amplifying At the same time we gave them a bad rap so that's an ambiguous taste with me And of course allow the sort of people even then even more now than people are about as being sort of the american university Now it's clearly you know one of these greats among others particularly in terms of other places of caught up or even past time but they they recently started There's a student science club and they're going to have a meeting their staple. I was gonna speak there. But of course colbert intervened and so the had to be called off interesting. Some of these major ivy league schools are students. they're getting active in exile. Catella on pen has a lot and harvard and yale as the faculty who psychedelic research. And so there there. Is this sort of action on. There's something called intercollegiate psychedelic network. Which basically news students from many schools leading schools and some ordinary school to their feeling good. That's actually we're good place for people to find out if there is particularly if their students and interested in psychedelics that header clear cell network. It's online and so forth and then in The emails earlier. You you mentioned. How did you meet. Richard evans shelties at harvard. You described from the away. My good friend. Time wheeler who is the wasa installer Was a grad at harvard. Divinity school at the time and he had worked with lawson's work sorta the guy who actually educated book on watson public sacred mushrooms and lawsuits materials. Were at the The return of the museum in the attic. He's had his All of us and it was sort of off limits on my actor sir. Up there one day while visiting and i got a chance to meet this day shoulders and i thought i'm fun. We're going to get an answer. The question always wondered about and if anybody knows the answer it's gonna be solti so two hundred important question onto answer in very scholar in the university so very seriously and several whatever you want to know. I said the people in the jumble ever figure out how to make iowa wasco these two herbs putting them together and just the right parts of each one. And i hope that the other i mean. That's just something you wouldn't run into a chance. So how did they finally do that. He'll ask the most significant push. Maggard will hit a botanist. He didn't care about that he just wanted. He was interested in the plants now on this sort of political stuff him just sort of a boredom guard mansard from that was my experience with solti. He he had a map. Who as door and a point to a lot of pride in look at this and i saw the word on the map and he has a river there named app in his. You're proud of so anyway. That was my running shoulders. And of course he was extremely important and getting a lot of his grad students in the field in the field of psychoactive drugs. Going shooting trusted him in the planets and the angle things not the therapy or enter logical aspect of it. But i do know there's interests are rubbed off on a lot of other people so that was my experience with with these And i enjoy very much much closer. All-time lunde type professor and a little farm all stuffy but formerly head standard ways of interacting with people fill and in because that's her watson's collection his books and it's mostly corresponder amazing correspondence with everybody and mature. I think is still up there. I haven't been there are no. Nobody's in there for a long time but anyway that was my action. Two shelties is one hour won't forget because he was such character. Yeah i bet is one of my heroes i. I actually spent the last three years working in the southeastern peruvian amazon With the indigenous people there the and mark area wonderful sort of inspired by him in the long run but this is an aside. You wonder who's who's who's done. I've actually never even been to university. I've just it was a personal interest. I was attempting to Apprentices in iowa skara and ended up having to evacuate back in march because of go bid. But that's another that's another story short. You're on minute you know. The burden of -versities stanford and ivy league and the major state universities have more than enough students applying for them. What they're looking for someone who has a distinct backgrounds. They could contribute to them. And you have that usually have to apply and because you know your your work here and you're working at a senior weather the art of learners book really would make you stand out because you have something or high school senior. Even those the sat's plenty of those what they don't have someone who is trained as an iowa skara on we're kinda spoiled here air. It could be in line for burn major university saying that. And i m into that. I will thank you. I went to a color enough shape new york hamilton college and their place. Foil might want to go one of the more vigorous in worth. Yeah i've been toying with the idea of getting a degree in anthropology lately but it's been it's been an interesting year so we'll see how it goes apology named jerry brown four international university. Who is the founder. The department starting in january. He's offering a course on Psychedelic anthropology religion..

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"new york hamilton college" Discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast

The JJ Redick Podcast

10:38 min | 2 years ago

"new york hamilton college" Discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast

"The years. A Mets Andy Yankees fan. I'm a for you've got to entertain clients you well, they wanna go to the Yankees. But I also I, you know, it's it's been. I can I can appreciate I can appreciate, you know, the greatness of that franchise, and, you know, being a part of New York, and really realizing how wonderful it is. You know to have that kind of a franchise over such a long period of time, you know, in our city, and that doesn't mean that the Mets on a great franchise. And there has there has been, but I've been periods of time where you know, their extraordinary, you know, play hasn't really warm the city, but but it's just fun to be New York. And look a Rangers fan. I am I have a picture that my kids track down. I was at game seven of the nineteen ninety four Stanley Cup. When the Rangers won the Cup by I'd always loved hockey. I was at the game. And I happened to be eight to ten rows behind the goal. The Rangers were defending in the third period. And they kind of all, you know, swept in right there. And there's there's a very famous picture of that moment taken and my kids found the picture blew it up. And you know, you can see me with one of my. Friends, you know, standing on the crowd there with with hair because it was quite a years ago. And so that's I mean, it's a long way of saying I joined New York sports. I have Knicks tickets and go to Knicks games regularly. I've Yankees tickets. Go to Yankees games regularly else. Go to a couple of Mets games a season. And I go few hockey games a season got a few jets games a season. And I'd go to more is I really enjoy it. But with everything you've got going. I, you know, it's, you know, the choices. It's so interesting that you're your first sports memory was of the jets winning the Super Bowl. I've talked about this before on my podcast. But you know, my first sports memory was Christian Leitner hitting the shot to be Kentucky. And I became a Duke fan that you know, I've always I've always rooted for winners. They are they are they are winner. That's that's talk about extrordinary franchise. I mean, that's that's extraordinarily coach K's extraordinary that he is. He is and learned a ton from him for the for the listener who doesn't necessarily know your background. I'll go into this alad gone into some of this in the intro. But just kind of take his through you've been in the financial industry for thirty five years, basically and take us through sort of your your career path. And how you got to this point now is as the CEO Goldman's, Azure. So I am I I grew up as we said in Westchester, and I I, you know, as fortunate to go off to a terrific liberal arts college in upstate New York Hamilton college, and and I did not I deduct go there with a goal of going into the financial world, really foes, go to law school. You know, I wasn't really sure what I would do. But I, you know, went to Hamilton had a great experience there. I studied political science, and I'm an American history, and I kind of fell into my. First job because all my friends up at school come into New York and in this period time, nineteen eighty four the financial world was kind of opening up and number of the financial institutions were offering these terrific training programs to come get a job get paid and get some more financial education. And so my first job I was hired at the Irving trust company, which was a commercial Bank. I think probably the most prominent thing about it was it's dress was number one Wall Street a building that still stands there today is is I went to work and went through the training program for year, and it was really like going to business school while while working. And so was it was a good program. We all went through it for year. And then I got placed into a Bank in the job, and I was actually applying to business school and in nineteen eighty six I got hired by Drexel Burnham Lambert to work under the business that was run by Mike Milken, and that business was exploding at that period of time the. Business for junk bonds as they were called. Then are high yo bonds, it was a new business, and it was really extrordinary to be a young person, you know, in that business. We were probably given more rope. We should have had it was very very entrepreneurial. But it was very very good experience. I learned a lot, but then Drexel Burnham promptly went out of business in nineteen ninety and you know, that was actually something that was interesting because showed me the fragility of financial markets financial firms. It was a very very quick lesson. And all that. So I continued along in my career at this point. I was in I've been working for five or six years I had gone to graduate school. But I really enjoyed it. I think it was my experience at a Drexel really really showed me that this particular profession was one that was very entrepreneurial every day was different. You had an ability to connect with clients and all different ways and really have an impact on what they were doing their business. And I really I really enjoyed that. And I found that I am I thrived in it after. Drexel Burnham, I wound up going to work for Bear Stearns, and there's no pattern developing here. But again, you know, the fragility of this, and I. I bunch of success at Bear Stearns that led me to drought of Lee senior positions. They're at a relatively young age. I really thought I'd spend the bulk of my career there, but I'm late nineties. I was competing for a piece of business that actually was to finance the development of Sheldon Adelson's I- casino business and Las Vegas when he was first developing it, and I was competing with some people from Goldman Sachs for that piece of business that we wound up doing it together. And at the end of that the team of Goldman Sachs started recruiting me to come to Goldman Sachs. And so after a lot of back and forth into throw in nineteen ninety nine that thirty seven years old that aside to come to Goldman Sachs, and it would turn out to be a great decision, especially given the history of their Stearns nine years later. But it was a great decision because it was a long-term decision. And at it was putting me yet was putting me in a position of working for what I believe was at the time. It is you know, the. The the greatest financial farm and just a lot of runway to do things on a much broader scale. And and I'm really really glad made the decision. You mentioned a few reasons why you sort of initially attracted initially enjoyed those first few years working at Drexel are the reasons that she stayed in this industry different in the reasons you got into the reason I got into it as I need a job. And at I liked to go back and say that I was so thoughtful about all the different jobs could have taken. But as I said to you know, my friends were headed to New York at in the early nineteen eighties. You know, if you're coming in New York, though is kind of advertising there was retail. And there was there was finance. I mean, that's that's generalization, of course. But those were kind of the big buckets where young people if they went to New York to go get a job and get trained to get some experience. You know, those those what you would do. And so I stumble into it. But my reason for staying was I lots of opportunities along. On the way to go do other things, but I really enjoyed the diversity of the day to day experience the interaction with people, which is constant the Trapani URI all nature of the work that I talked about. And you know, I found that I really thrive one of things I found I discovered that really thrived in in a larger environment. And other words there things about being larger institution that are very appealing. They're also things that very few about being a smaller, you know, entrepreneurial business. But as as as I worked along I found that I really liked the network of people. The way you learned from all these people kind of the apprenticeship culture that exists and organization like this. You've got people with a lot more experience that feel compelled to poi- along teach you, and I felt that I really enjoyed it. And I kept learning and I kept doing more. And there just wasn't a compelling reason to go do something else. You know, one of the things that happens as young people come to see me here. And there's there's your there's a shifting nature of how young people think about work. They're much more focused today on what's next. I was you know, when I was in my twenties, for example, and somebody recently came into my office and said, I wanna talk to you about what I should be doing next or how I should progress my career, and I said, okay, tell me about your doing how do you like your job? And she said to me. Oh, I love it. It's great. I said, okay. You like the person you're working for on working for this woman? Who's extrordinary really extrordinary? I'm learning from her brilliant Meyer her she's teaching me a lot. I said that's great. How about the kind of work you're doing? Oh, it's fascinating. I mean. The days fly by hub so interested in what I'm doing? I'm really enjoying it. How about the people the with great group, we work hard together. But that were out on the weekends. It's really wonderful. And I said, so what's the problem? And she said why just thinking what should I do next? I'm like go back to work and enjoy it very few people ever point time where they like who they're working for. They liked the work doing that. Like, the people that they're working with if you're lucky enough to get that go ride it, and I felt like through my career I and a lot of that. And it kept me it kept me moving forward. I think a little of that is just human nature. Maybe it's just not the younger generation. I don't consider myself sort of part of that younger generation. But like if you were to ask me all those same questions, I would probably give you all those same answers. I absolutely love. What I do. The work is fulfilling. I love the organization I'm with. But I think part of me is always it. I've always been this way. But it's parties always looking for that next thing. What is? Next. Some of it is just feeling uneasy. I think about uncertainty in life, you know, beyond just sort of making a career choice. It's it's that uncertainty. Well, it's I think you're right. These human nature to that for sure. And I do think there's there's a difference between a working through a career in finance of being a professional basketball player. But there is for good or for bad. There is a time. Limit that's on the ability to play professional basketball at the level that that you play it. Eliza ins- Carter. Well, okay. Maybe Vince Carter's a different story, and he is, but but at some point time, you're still going to be a relatively young person who needs to have a second chapter. And and so that creates perspective, but I do agree with you as a human nature to look we look for this and people strivers, you know, that strive what's next. What's better? How can I approve now tend to do very well professionally and almost anything they do? And so you look for

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"new york hamilton college" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"new york hamilton college" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Eight text in Phoebe, thanks for the Dan Amora synopsis. I had no idea. What is about? I was fascinated. I went to school in upstate New York. I did as well. That's actually called the Clinton correctional facility is not in Clinton. No, that's where I went to school Clinton, New York Hamilton college. But look. If I don't want to overstate it here. But I you know, me lightning. Unfortunately, Jared Jared in studio to Jared knows. I'm gonna go third person on your USO, Honey, turnoff, Alexa. If you're at home because she can't since when VP locks in on something he logs in on something it shows in particular. So one of the shows that I absolutely loved couple of years ago. Now our year ago now was that man on Yuna bomber thought man was that good? This is that good. It's it's fantastic. Gotta check it out. I'm telling you if you're into if you're into that Kuhnen series, which I didn't I didn't have time at the time. So I didn't get to watch that. But if you liked. Was the McConnell? Hey, one true detective. Very similar Felix up. This really did happen. And we all know the case, you remember, I told you a little while ago about that one in Pennsylvania that four part series at HBO did on the Bank robbery with a guy the thing around his neck, and ultimately exploded that was really good while the this is all of that. It's just excellent. I'm only two we're all only two episodes in on it. But man escape at Dan more on Showtime for what it's worth, I'm I'll give a quick plug but talking to that prison guard. I'd love to know what corrections officers the Patricia Arquette character is just unbelievable. It's unbelievable. Like does that? But it I mean, it must is the point. So there you go on that for what it's worth in that intro that lightning just played coming back. You heard a lot of voices that you may. Or may not recognize there was a laugh there that happened to be SpongeBob squarepants. There was a second voicing. Something about SpongeBob. Patrick star. I believe. There was a come to Papa in there that would be plankton specifically Sheldon j plankton if you know this show. So those are all characters from SpongeBob squarepants the reason why point that out is. Sadly yesterday. The creator of SpongeBob squarepants Stephen Helensburgh passed away. I believe at the age of fifty six he had a less, and that's one of those things, man. We've got a cure that we gotta find a way because. Fifty six years young guy and just add they had announced earlier this summer that he had a ls. And he was the way the announcement was done made it sound like he wasn't doing very well. And it turns out he wasn't and he passed away. Anyway. So we were talking about this this morning. When we came in after we sat in traffic for an hour and a half lining. Jared year one of the bosses here, you gotta you gotta do something about that. I don't know we talk to Charlie get someone on traffic because it sucks coming in, man. I went to ways, and they laughed. It was like I got this laughter voice back like, you're not there's no there's no getting around it. So we just sat in it. Anyway, when we got in. We were starting to talk about SpongeBob. Just because Lightnings a kid for those that don't know lightning lightning is either eighty eight years old or she's eight years old. She's either a grandmother or a child there's no in between with our and the child but in new admissions, right lightning true. I'm saying she split personality. There's two of her. It's either the child or it's the grandmother, Emma. Gemini, so she came in is a grandmother and said, oh, good morning VP. And then she put a corn Muffin. She got me. A corn Muffin today. Lovett. She put it down in front of you put a napkin down and then put the corn Muffin on the napkin. And then I thought she was actually gonna appeal. The thing, you know, like, that's Graham lightning. Then when she sat down she said, that's such sad news about Stephen Hillenbrand ride. She didn't know that. I would know that was and I did. And so we got to talking about SpongeBob. Lightning loves SpongeBob. Squarepants? And as we were talking about it. We I started to theorize in my head. And I got the wondering the creation that he did SpongeBob is SpongeBob on the mount Rushmore of cartoon characters. Did he did he make that jump? I actually pulled this at v the wise a little bit before the show. It's up right now. Did you put this one up at ARCO dot com? Lightning. I assume you did does SpongeBob squarepants that one character not all of them. Does he belong on the mount Rushmore of cartoon characters? And I want to kick this around a little bit Jared's in here. Because one of the things you don't know about Jared is the Jared is a big comic book guy. Uber. Geek, he's a guy in. So he's going to have some thoughts on this. I think I don't know that you're a SpongeBob fan, particularly. But you might have a view as to who does belong in the mount Rushmore of cartoon. In characters. Yes. I predate SpongeBob a little bit. So doesn't hold a special place in my heart. I don't again, I I was never SpongeBob up until so for the first twelve years of SpongeBob. He meant nothing to me second my daughter came into this world. And then about two years later. She started watching SpongeBob. And now we're all in on it, incidentally, sixty fifty eight percent of you. It'd be be the wise thing that SpongeBob does not does not go on the mount Rushmore of cartoon characters. So then who does I'd say fifty eight percent plus one over here. All right. So here's what I want six one seven two six six six eight six let's lighten it up a little bit here. If SpongeBob goes on tell me why. And I can make the case if he doesn't belong there. Then tell me the four characters that do go on mount Rushmore that SpongeBob wasn't able to crack. Jared all star. Would you? All right SpongeBob to me is kind of the Carl Malone of cartoons. Had. He not been in there with Michael Jordan and Larry Bird. You know, he is out liar. Right. The outliers. The book was so I have to go Pink Panther has to be up there. Johnny quest has to be up there. Johnny quest on the money. Yes. The these by slash adventure. Kid of all adventure kids. I wouldn't put Fred Flintstone up there. Probably I would probably go Homer Simpson over Bart Simpson. Although I I dunno now you've touched on something. We might have to be in a gradient thing. Are we talking? It's time this week. First time this week lightning. Actually, put up her finger like hold on. Yet. We've talked about Trump we've talked about border. We've talked about Mazen people. We've talked about opioid lightning. No now. She's put up a finger hole. Double-faults I serve. Okay. Well, obviously. I mean, we all know who the grandfather of cartoons is. I mean, really come on. Have body. I mean, come on Mickey Mouse, Nikki on their. Yeah. Be number one. I mean, obviously he is. My absolute favorites is my number one. The reason why I go back and forth on SpongeBob is what you just said is. I don't think you can put SpongeBob and a Simpson on there. That's I. But maybe I'm wrong in that. Because Fred Flintstone while Fred had a good run. It's Fred a bigger character than SpongeBob. I don't think so at this point in time. But I I know I don't think so. Well, that's like saying is is Eisenhower better. It's like more important. John. Yes. You'd it's tough to do. I get it. But the episode where he accidently took Betis engagement ring. And they thought it was lost. That was fantastic. The episode where SpongeBob actually was plankton and plankton was Bob though. I mean, oh, man. Are you kidding me? Just phenomenal two good movies too. While one good movie sponge out of water. I thought was really good the first one I didn't like as much, but they got a new one coming out. I think it's twenty twenty lightning. It's gonna be a. A wonderful life. It's a sponge. It's a once a sponge life or something like that. Full would be the punk you something like that. Yes. And I'm going to soak it up just like that. But he so who's the four that go on the cartoon character? Mount Rushmore in does SpongeBob in honor of the passing of SpongeBob creator. Does spongebob. Go up there. I don't think Fred Flintstones on their Jared. I'm sorry. I don't why Mr. hate America. Jeez. Well, I'll tell you gotta break when we come back. I'll tell you who I'm putting on definitively, and I'm still debating that fourth one. And then you tell me where I'm right and where I'm wrong, and who you think should and shouldn't be on their six one seven two six hundred sixty eight sixty eight we'll take some calls. We're just talking cartoons. We're kicking around on Wednesday afternoon right here on AM six eighty wer kale every weekday.

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