18 Burst results for "Pratt Institute"

"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"This call to this is like a satchel that I love the material what is this so this is similar this also has an armor so by this is a career style bag so it's like a messenger bag the put over your shoulder and I had the strap to do that and also buckle in the dog this is also bright red and the dog here yeah yeah so the dog goes in here has a removable liner so you can watch that if you happen to have an accident and it's it's just a really nice piece as well I love your products because they're so well thought out and do I remember correctly that your brother is an engineer who helps you design yes my brother is in a dusty who I found the business with is an industrial designer what's the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn New York and so he's the designer had designer of all of our products well I just have to say the reason I noticed that not only because they work with animals I have a degree in industrial psychology from Georgia tech and most of us got jobs of industrial engineers course I went off into the pet world but I can see this is so ergonomically designed for the humans for the dog and I love thank you very much for hosting us here we love that love to chat and that's Gordy stater with Kurt thank you bye okay thanks for having me by so now we're off to find some products that are innovative healthy and work in our adventures this looks like a very special dog treat that maybe right up our alley and now I'm at the Xerox with David really I do hi there how are you I'm great so I just stopped by to respond I were literally walking down the way here and smiley love the way your treats now he came over and then John was telling us all about how your philosophy is live life off lease and have adventures so tell me about your flock absolutely so I think you know we read a lot in the outdoors as you can see from our packaging and so live live off leash is not about the literal sense it's about that we take the time to break routine that we take our dogs as catalysts and we get outside.

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"pratt institute" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"An unsolicited takeover offer from an investment firm back in February. So I'm a little concerned about where Laura Ashley may be headed. And if this company is gonna survive. This does not look good. And honestly, I had forgotten that Laura actually still existed. Yeah. It's one of those brands that when you see it. It's so recognizable. Yeah. Oh, yeah, we've been talking about it in my family a lot. Actually, because when I thirteen I guess, a repaint my room and decorate and I had a head to toe lar- Ashley room ceiling, the floor side to side and the curtains still exist from that room. And I know this because my mother got them out the other day. What was the color story of those curtains, purple, the whole, the whole room was lavender, a walls, relavent her the bed sat was lavender. The with that floral print that is so recognizable. The curtains were lavender sheers that went all the way down on the floor. The only problem was, we weren't going to replace the carpet because that's a pretty big expenditure. So I had all that lavender and some pink carpet. I wasn't up pink combat team. So it was rough going for a couple of years. I do love how feminine it is. I do. I hope they're able to pull something out. I really do. So if I'm remembering correctly, Laura. Ashley, the company does not currently still make clothes. I think they ju just furnishings. I was on there. I was on the dockside recently. Because I was looking I was just trying to remember what they were doing. They, they do clothing. Yeah. I'm looking at some floral print dresses right now. Do they look modern? I think the cuts are modern. I'm looking at a very beautiful yellow and white sheath, dress right now it's one hundred fifty eight dollars. It's made from linen blend. It's something I definitely would wear. I just have this time capsule image of Laura Ashley dresses in my head. Probably because whenever I find them through stores. It's like that early eighties. Prairie dress kind of vibe. I think that's part of it too. There's so much that can be thrift it from this company that is vintage that some of it works, and some of it is very much feels like of the time, but all the fabric seems to have held up like a champ for some reason flowers. Don't die those curtains, those curtains, are still kicking are actually, you know, that's along the same the same theme here of missed out. I wonder why everybody's so. Oh nostalgic. All the sudden because everything is terrible and going up in flames. That would do it that there's comfort and thinking back and being like, oh wasn't it? So great. I don't really know if it really was great. But maybe there's some solace in it somewhere. Probably just felt great because we weren't on the internet all day. To watch it all burn out the next day. Anyway, I'll take those problems to be. Nope. Don't really have a transition away from the nostalgia, but I have this blunt Siaga is going to offer full for your scholarships to two students at the Pratt institute..

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"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Sure. So this is a brand new item. So not quite out yet, but curb dot com. So that's K U R GO dot com dot com and everybody knows superman, and I are big fans were alw-. Promoting cargo, and this is cool to like a satchel that I love the material. What is this? So this is a similar this also has an armor. So this is a courier style bag. So it's like a messenger bag that you put over your shoulder, and it has a strap to do that. And also buckling the dog. This is also bright red and carrier. It's a dog hair. Yeah. Yeah. So the dog goes in here as a removable liner. So you can wash that if you happen to have an accident. And it's it's just a really nice piece as well. I love your products because they are so well thought out and do I remember correctly that your brother is an engineer who helps you design the yes. So my brother is an indus- who I founded the business with is an industrial designer went to the Pratt institute in Brooklyn, New York. And so he's the designer had designer of all of our products. I just have to say the reason I noticed that not only because I work with animals, but I have a degree in industrial psychology from Georgia Tech and most of us got jobs at industrial engineers, of course, I went off into the pet world, but I can see this as so quickly designed for the humans for the dogs. And I love it. Thank you very much for hosting us. Here we loved it. Loved the chat. Thank you Gordie spader with Kirby. Thank you. Bye. Bye. Okay. Thanks for having me. Right. So now, we're off to find some products that are innovative healthy and work in our adventures. This looks like a very special dog treat that may be right up. Our alley and now, I'm at the zoo cts food with David Rizzo hiding, I there are you? So I just stopped by super smelly. And I were literally walking down the way here and smiley love the way, your treat snout he came over. And then John was telling us all about how your philosophy is live life off leash and have adventure. So tell me about your philosophy. Absolutely. So I think you know, we read a lot in the outdoors. You can see from our packaging, and so live live off leash is not about the literal sense. It's about that. We take the time to break, retain, we take our dogs as catalysts,.

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"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Sure. So this is a brand new item. So not quite out yet, but curb dot com. So that's K U R GO dot com dot com and everybody knows super span. And I are big fans were alw-. Always promoting Kirk. And this is cool to like a satchel that I love the material. What does this? So this is a similar this also has an armor. So by this is a courier style bag. So it's like a messenger bag that you put over your shoulder, and it has a strap to do that. And also buckling the dog. This is also bright red and. It's a dog hair. Yeah. So the dog goes in here has a removable liner. So you can wash that if you happen to have an accident. And it's it's just a really nice piece as well. I love your products because are so well thought out and do I remember correctly that your brother is an engineer who helps you design the yes. So my brother is an indus- founded the business with is an industrial designer went to the Pratt institute in Brooklyn, New York. And so he's the designer had designer of all of our products. I just have to say the reason I noticed that not only because I work with animals, but I have a degree in industrial psychology from Georgia Tech. And most of us got jobs at industrial engineering. Course, I went off into the pet world. But I can see this as so ergonomically designed for the humans for the dogs. And I love it. Thank you very much for hosting us. Here we love love to chat. Thank you. Gordie spader with Kirby. Thank you. Bye. Bye. Okay. Thanks for having me. Right. So now, we're off to find some products that are innovative healthy and work in our adventures. This looks like a very special. Dog trade that may be right up. Our alley. And now, I'm at the Zouk with David Rizzo. Hi, there are you? Great. So I just stopped by super and I were literally walking down the way here. And I love the way your treat snout he came over. And then John was telling us all about how your philosophy is live life off leash and have adventures. So tell me about your philosophy. Absolutely. So I think you know, we read a lot in the outdoors as you can see from our packaging, and so live life off leash is not about the literal sense. It's about that. We take the time to break routine. We take our dogs as catalysts, and we get outside. And we do what keeps us whole. And makes us healthy. I love you said, but keeps us whole and makes us healthy. Because every all my listeners know the show's called a super smiley adventure. 'cause animals will always lead us on grand adventures if we're open to it. What do you think about that? Absolutely. My dog is always in my catalyst for adventure. But I don't think that adventure has to be grounded in just hiking, and climbing, and you name it. It's the walk around the park. So walk around the block, it's taking your dog to the pet store. The adventure that the two of you do as companions together that ignite your own inner soul in your. I love that. Okay. I was going to talk about your new parked and all the fabulous things that smile. He's been sampling, by the way, love them. But you just jumped right to our mission on the super smelly adventure. We already talked about the hiking all of that. But animals can also lead on adventures that our inner journeys self-discovery, which you just touched on. So what lessons have you learned from your dog? Well, I mean, everybody can say unconditional love, right?.

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"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Sure. So this is a brand new item. So not quite out yet, but curb dot com. So that's K U R GO dot com dot com and everybody knows superman, and I are big fans were always promoting go, and this is cool to this. Just looks like a satchel that I love the material. What is this? So this is similar this also has an armor. So this is a courier style bag. So it's like a messenger bag that you put over your shoulder, and it has a strap to do that. And also buckling the dog. This is also bright red and cared. It's a dog hair. Yeah. Yeah. So the dog goes in here as a removable liner. So you can wash that if you happen to have an accident. And it's it's just a really nice piece as well. I love your products because they are. So well thought out. And do I remember correctly that your brother is an engineer who helps you design the yes. So my brother is an indus- founded the business with is an industrial designer and went to the Pratt institute in Brooklyn, New York. And so he's the designer had designer of all of our products. I just have to say the reason I noticed that not only because I work with animals, but I have a degree in industrial psychology from Georgia Tech and most of us got jobs at industrial engineers, of course, I went off into the pet world. But I can see this is so designed for the humans for the dog. And I love it. Thank you very much for hosting us. Here we love to love the chat. Thank you. Gordie spader with Kirby. Thank you Bye-bye. Okay. Thanks for having me. Right. So now, we're off to find some products that are innovative healthy and work in our adventures. This looks like a very special dog treat that may be right up. Our alley and now I'm at the Zouk booth with David Rizzo. I there are you? Great. So I just stopped by super. I were literally walking down the way here and smiley love the way, your treat snout he came over. And then John was telling us all about how your philosophy is live life off leash and have adventures tell me about your philosophy. Absolutely. So I think you know, we read a lot in the outdoors as you can see from our packaging, and so live live off leash is not about the literal sense. It's about that. We take the time to break routine. We take our dogs as catalysts, and we get outside. And we do what keeps us whole. And makes us healthy. I love you said what keeps us whole and makes us healthy. Because every all my listeners know the show's called a super smiley adventure. 'cause animals will always lead us on grand adventures if we're open to it. What do you think about that? Absolutely. My dog is always in my catalyst for adventure. But I don't think that adventure has to be grounded in just hiking, and climbing, and you name it. It's the walk around the park walk around the block, it's taking your dog to the pet store. You say adventure that the two of you. Companions together that ignite your own inner soul in your. I love that. Okay. I was going to talk about your new parked and all the fabulous things that smile. He's been sampling, by the way, he loves them. But you just jumped right to our mission on the super smelly adventure. We already talked about the hiking and all of that. But animals can also lead us on adventures that our inner journeys of self discovery with you just touched on. So what lessons have you learned from your dog? Well, I mean, everybody can say unconditional love.

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"pratt institute" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Stimulating talk. And welcome back Jeffrey drought back with us. Let me tell you about Jefferson. You know, who you're listening to a comprehensive science education for many years pursued an academic career? In the natural sciences is intuition works. Well, with his analytical mind for bringing messages from spirit helping recipients interpret what is often deep symbolism. Now, he received a certification from the Morris Pratt institute in medium ship and became an ordained minister through the new thought spiritual center of Palm Springs, his book is called lasting impressions. And here. He is back on coast to coast almost a year ago. Jeff, welcome back. Thank you so much, George. It's great to be back looking forward to this. What was tell me? What's it like being an ordained minister do people ask you, lots of strange questions? I don't I don't I don't even refer to help that much frequently. I I married a couple of friends, but I did it more the of mine I wanted to integrate the. That whole science into consciousness and so forth. So I it's it's nothing that I pursue much more. I I'm an independent agent when it comes to spirituality good for you. Good for you. And what have you more working on in the last year or so this last year I had to tell you last year being on your show? Just was incredible. So many new clients, but I I did a book tour with the lasting impressions. But more and more people were interested in the full progression. Readings I do and past life and karma and so forth. So I've been teaching a at least a dozen workshops on karma. And I'm in the process of writing another book. So this year will be a writing year and help to clarify the whole concept of karma for people because I think it's one of the most it's understood laws, and as we get into carb. Are you also talk about the natural law in there are a number of laws associated. With that. Tell me about natural law so natural law. There's a there's a system of laws universally that all beings and all energy, basically follow. So it doesn't matter who you are. You could be Santa Claus. You could be Hitler. You could be Jesus you could be Buddha. But we all abide by the same laws, and these laws are really important for us to understand because they basically help us. Reconnect with our our higher self in in our ability on our.

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"pratt institute" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on WTVN

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This backpack holds your wallet, laptop and DOG

Let's Talk Pets

04:46 min | 2 years ago

This backpack holds your wallet, laptop and DOG

"And I'm still at the global pedic's though was super smiley. And I'm sitting inside a silver airstream with Gordy spader the founder of curb go. Hi, gordon. Hi, how are you doing? Great to have you guys in here. I five this is crazy. Make sure everyone understands an airstream. This is from the nineteen fifties or something this particular one is from nineteen sixty nine so and it's a lightweight trailer. This one happens to be twenty feet long. They call it the land yacht, and we bought it about I don't know how many years ago maybe five or eight years ago and renovated the inside of it puts a my Kia cabinets in it. And it's the kitchen has gone the, but it's really meant as a trade show booth. Only is so cute and it's silver outside. It looks like silver aluminum, it is it looks like I'm a little retro spaceship or somewhat hundred percent. It's very rich. It's very eye catching people know us for the airstream. And and they really love the cute. And the reason you have this probably is because your brand is all about pet trout. That's right. So it's camping. It goes with getting out with your dog going places with your dog. So it's really all synergies they're together. So great, and Gordon I met several years ago through Toyota smiling, and I were spokes team for Toyota's. Safe pet travel, and you had all of your harnesses, tell us a little bit about your line. Yes. So the line really starts with traveling with your dog. Like, I said and really having your dog be say so how to protect your dog, and then how to protect your car. So she covers and things like that everything has a lifetime warranty. So it's really good quality. And then we've moved from there into carriers which will talk about in a little bit and other things for being outside with your dog. So that'd be like, really awesome leashes. And collars, things you really want like a run. Yeah. You really need their gadgets and gear and suffered being out with your dog. I love it. And and you've been on my show before we've talked about Curgel, many many times, lots of pictures 'cause I use your products in my car is a matter of fact, let me just say that smiley actually was in a car accident last April, and he was harnessed up. So that helped him not be as injured as badly as thank you. Thank you. That's what we love to hear. We love to hear the story. You know, the the hardest is are not expensive. Just a matter of getting in the habit of doing it. Right. Right. And I did another one of our dog is with the university of Georgia state farm was our sponsor in one of our tips was we had a cargo product that I talked about and then the ladies the state farm, ladies, they said keep them in the backseat harnessed up there. So that's awesome. That's good to hear. Yeah. So Gordy what? Caught my eye is this cool little backpack. This is the coolest thing what does this tell? So this is the g train using it ends a backpack for human cherry around dogs that are under eighteen pounds. It's a really awesome piece. I mean, it is it's really looks awesome. It's bright red. You can see it. Maybe they're on the picture, and it is has all kinds of things for keeping your dog in here. A little way to tether, the man it also has a place to store your laptop or your whatever else you're carrying with you. And it's got awesome straps. That are all padded to put over your shoulders. You can clip the straps, and you can put them in to make it more of a bag. And then it's got on the bottom. What we call our armor soul bottom, which is super lightweight. But also keeps water out from coming in. And it keeps water from if you have a leakage issue from going out onto the other. It looks like it's it's made like a bucket for lack of a better word. So if something were to spill inside it's not going to drip out all over your so far. Yeah. And it's got it'll go on an airplane. It's small and it's like a regular backpack. So be small enough to go on an airplane underneath see MRs. Just awesome people loving it here. Now, what is the name of this is called the G train G train? Awesome. And do you have a website also where people can go and look at these things. Sure. So this is a brand new item. So not quite out yet, but curb dot com. So that's K U R GO dot com dot com and everybody knows super spy are big fans were always promoting Kirkdale. And this is cool to this like a satchel that I love the material what is this? So this is a similar this also has an armor. So by this is a career style bag. So it's like a messenger bag that you put over your shoulder, and it has a strap to do that. And also buckle in the dog. This is also bright red and. Carrier. It's a dog hair. Yeah. Yeah. So the dog goes in here has a removable liner. So you can wash that if you happen to have an accident. And it's it's just a really nice piece as well. I love your products because they are so well thought out and do I remember correctly that your brother is an engineer who helps you design the yes. So my brother is an indus- who I found the business with is an industrial designer went to the Pratt institute in Brooklyn, New York. And so he's the designer had designer of all of our products.

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"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Just looks like a satchel that I love the material. What is this? So this is similar. This also has an armored courier style bag. So it's like a messenger bag that you put over your shoulder, and it has a strapped to do that. And also buckling the dog. This is also bright red and. John kerry. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So the dog goes in here as a removable liner. So you can wash that if you happen to have an accident. And it's it's a really nice piece as well. I love your products because they're so well thought out and do I remember correctly that your brother is an engineer who helps you design the yes. So my brother is an indus- founded the business with is an industrial designer to the Pratt institute in Brooklyn, New York. And so he's the designer designer of all of our products. I just have to say the reason I noticed that not only is because I work with animals, but I have a degree in industrial psychology from Georgia Tech and most of us got jobs at industrial engineers, of course, I went off into the pet world. But I can see this is so ergonomically designed for the humans for the dogs. And I love it. Thank you very much for hosting us. Here we loved it. Loved the chat. Thank you Gordie spader with Kirby. Thank you. Bye. Bye. Okay. Thanks for having me. Right. So now, we're off to find some products that are innovative healthy and work in our adventures. This looks like a very special. Dog treat that maybe right up our alley and now I'm at the zoo cts booth with David Rizzo. Hi, dave. Hi there. How are you? I'm great. So I just stopped by super smiley, and I were literally walking down the way here and smiley love the way, your treat smell he came over. And then John was telling us all about how your philosophy is live life off leash and have adventure. So tell me about your philosophy. Absolutely. So I think you know, we read a lot in the outdoors as you can see from our packaging, and so live live off leash is not about the literal sense. It's about that. We take the time to break routine. We take our dogs as catalysts, and we get outside. And we do what keeps us whole. And makes us healthy. I love you said what keeps us whole and makes us healthy. 'cause every all my listeners know the show is called a super smiley adventure. 'cause animals will always lead us on grand adventures if we're open to it. What do you think about that? Absolutely. I my dog has always been my catalysts for adventure. But I don't think that adventure has to be grounded, just hiking, and climbing, and you name it. It's the walk around the park. So walk around the block, it's taking your dog to the pet store say adventure. The two of you do as companions together that ignite your own inner soul in your. I love that. Okay. I was going to talk about your new product and all the fabulous things that smile. He's been sampling, by the way, he loves them. But you just jumped right to our mission on the super smelly adventure. We already talked about the hiking and all of that. But animals can also lead us on adventures that our inner journeys of self discovery, which you just touched on. So what lessons have you learned from your dog? I mean, everybody can say unconditional love right.

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"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Than the dog. This is also bright red and. It's a dog hair. Yeah. So the dog goes in here as a removable liner. So you can wash that if you happen to have an accident. And it's it's just a really nice piece as well. I love your products because they are so well thought out and do I remember correctly that your brother is an engineer who helps you design the yes. So my brother is an industrial who I founded the business with is an industrial designer went to the Pratt institute in Brooklyn, New York. And so he's the designer had designer of all of our products just have to say, the reason I noticed that not only because I work with animals, but I have a degree in industrial psychology from Georgia Tech and most of us got jobs at industrial engineers, of course, I went off into the pet world. But I can see this is so designed for the humans for the dogs. And I love it. I'm thank you very much for hosting us. Here we loved it. Love the chat. Gordy spader with Kirby. Thank you. Bye. Bye. Okay. Thanks for having me. Right. So now, we're off to find some products that are innovative healthy and work in our interest. This looks like a very special. Dog treat that maybe right up our alley and now I'm at the zoo cts booth with David Rizzo. Hi, david. Hi, there are you? I'm great. So I just stopped by super small, and I were literally walking down the way here and smiley love the way, your treat snout he came over. And then John was telling us all about how your philosophy is live life off leash and have adventure. So tell me about your philosophy. Absolutely. So I think we route a lot in the outdoors as you can see from our packaging, and so live live off leash is not about the literal sense. It's about that. We take the time to break routine. We take our dogs as catalysts, and we get outside. And we do what keeps us whole. And makes us healthy. I love you said, but keeps us whole and makes us healthy. Because every all my listeners know the show is called a super smiley adventure. 'cause animals will always lead us on grand adventures if we're open to it. What do you think about that? Absolutely. My dog has always been my catalyst for venture. But I don't think that adventure has to be grounded, just hiking, and climbing, and you you name it. It's the walk around the park. So walk around the block, it's taking your dog to the pet store. You say adventure? That the two of you do as companions together that ignite your own inner soul. I love that. Okay. I was going to talk about your new product and all the fabulous things that smile. He's been sampling, by the way, he loves them. But you just jumped right to our mission on the super smelly adventure. We already talked about the hiking and all of that. But animals can also lead us on adventures that our inner journeys of self discovery, which you just touched on. So what lessons have you learned from your dog? Well, I mean, everybody can say unconditional love, right?.

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"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Sure. So this is a brand new item. So not quite out yet, but curb dot com. So that's K U R, GO dot com dot com and everybody knows superstar. And I are big fans were all. Always promoting Kerr go, and this is cool to this. Just looks like a satchel that I love the material. What is this? So this is similar this also has an armor so bottom. This is a courier style bag. So it's like a messenger bag the put over your shoulder, and it has a strap to do that. And also buckling the dog. This is also bright red and dog hair. Yeah. Yeah. So the dog goes in here as a removable liner. So you can wash that if you happen to have an accident. And it's it's just a really nice piece as well. I love your products because they are so well thought out and do I remember correctly that your brother is an engineer who helps you design the yes. So my brother is an indus- founded the business with is an industrial designer went to the Pratt institute in Brooklyn, New York, and so he's the designer had designer of all of our products. I just have to say the reason I noticed that not only is because I work with animals, but I have a degree in industrial psychology from Georgia Tech and most of us got jobs at industrial engineers, of course, I went off into the pet world, but I can see this as so ergonomically designed for the humans for the dogs. And I love it. Thank you very much for hosting us. Here we loved it. Loved the chat. Thank you. That's Gordy spader with Kirby. Thank you Bye-bye. Okay. Thanks for having me. Right. So now, we're off to find some products that are innovative healthy and work in our adventures. This looks like a very special dog treat that may be right up. Our alley and now, I'm at the zoo cts foods with David Rizzo. Hi, hi. There are you? I'm great. So I just stopped by superman. I were literally walking down the way here and smiley love the way, your treat snout he came over. And then John was telling us all about how your philosophy is live life off leash and have adventures. So tell me about your philosophy. Absolutely. So I think you know, we read a lot in the outdoors as you can see from our packaging, and so live live off leash is not about the literal sense. It's about that. We take the time to break routine that we take our dogs as catalysts, and we get outside. And we do what keeps us whole and makes us healthy. I love you said, but keeps us whole and makes us healthy. Because every all my listeners know, the show's called a super smiley adventure animals will always lead us on grand adventures if we're open to it. What do you think about that? Absolutely. My dog has always been my catalysts for adventure. But I don't think that it has to be grounded in just hiking, and climbing, and you you name it. It's the walk around the park. So walk around the block, it's taking your dog to the pet store. You say adventure that the two of you do as companions together that ignite your own inner soul in I love that..

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"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Sure. So this is a brand new item. So not quite out yet, but curb dot com. So that's K U R GO dot com dot com and everybody knows superman, and I are big fans were also. Promoting go, and this is cool to this. Just looks like a satchel that I love the material. What is this? So this is a similar this also has an armor. So this is a courier style bag. So it's like a messenger bag that you put over your shoulder, and it has a strap to do that. And also buckling the dog. This is also bright red and carrier is a dog hair. Yeah. So the dog goes in here as a removable liner. So you can wash that if you happen to have an accident. And it's it's just a really nice pieces. Well, I love your products because they're so well thought out and do I remember correctly that your brother is an engineer who helps you design the yes. So my brother is an indus- founded the business with is an industrial designer went to the Pratt institute in Brooklyn, New York, and so he's the designer had designer of all of our products. I just have to say the reason I noticed that not only because I work with animals, but I have a degree in industrial psychology from Georgia Tech and most of us got jobs at industrial engineering. Of course, I went off into the pet world, but I can see this as so designed for the humans for the dogs. And I love it. Thank you very much for hosting us. Here we love to love to chat. Thank you. Gordie spader with Kirby. Thank you. Bye. Bye. Okay. Thanks for having me. Right. So now, we're off to find some products that are innovative healthy and work in our adventures. This looks like a very special dog treat that may be right up. Our alley and now I'm at the zoo cts booth with David Rizzo. Hi there. How are you? I'm great. So I just stopped by super smile, and I were literally walking down the way here and smiley love the way, your treat snout he came over. And then John was telling us all about how your philosophy is live life off leash and have adventure. So tell me about your philosophy. Absolutely. So I think you know, we route a lot in the outdoors as you can see from our packaging, and so live live off leash is not about the literal sense. It's about that. We take the time to break routine. We take our dogs as catalysts, and we get outside. And we do what keeps us whole. And makes us healthy. I love you said what keeps us whole and makes us healthy. Because all my listeners know the show's called a super smiley adventure. 'cause animals will always lead us on grand adventures if we're open to it. What do you think about that? Absolutely. My dog has always been my catalysts for adventure. But I don't think that adventure has to be grounded in just hiking, and climbing, and you you name it. It's the walk around the park. So walk around the block, it's taking your dog to the pet store. The adventure that the two of you do as companions together that ignite your own inner soul. I love that. Okay. I was going to talk about your new product and all the fabulous things that smile. He's been sampling, by the way, he loves them. But you just jumped right to our mission on the super smelly adventure. We already talked about the hiking and all of that. But animals can also lead us on adventures that are energy Ernie's of self-discovery, which you just touched on. So what lessons have you learned from your dog? Well, I mean, everybody can say unconditional.

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"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Sure. So this is a brand new item. So not quite out yet, but curb dot com. So that's K U R, GO dot com dot com and everybody knows superstar in I are big fans were also. Promoting Kirkdale, and this is cool to this. Just looks like a satchel that I love the material. What is this? So this is similar this also has an armor. So this is a courier style bag. So it's like a messenger bag the put over your shoulder, and it has a strap to do that. And also buckling the dog. This is also bright red and. It's a dog hair. Yeah. Yeah. So the dog goes in here as a removable liner. So you can wash that if you happen to have an accident. And it's it's just a really nice piece as well. I love your products because they are so well thought out and do I remember correctly that your brother is an engineer who helps you design the yes. So my brother is an investor who founded the business with is an industrial designer wanted the Pratt institute in Brooklyn, New York. And so he's a designer had designer of all of our product just have to say, the reason I noticed that not only because I work with animals, but I have a degree in industrial psychology from Georgia Tech and most of us got jobs industrial engineers, of course, I went off into the pet world. But I can see this is so designed for the humans for the dogs. And I love it. Thank you very much for hosting us. Here we love to love the chat. Thank you. And that's Gordy spader with Kirby. Thank you Bye-bye. Okay. Thanks for having me. Right. So now, we're off to find some products that are innovative healthy and work in our adventures. This looks like a very special. Dog trade that may be right up. Our alley. And now, I'm at the zoo cts tooth with David Rizzo. Hi, dave. Hi there. How are you? I'm great. So I just stopped by super. And I were literally walking down the way here and smile. Eight. Love the way, your treat snout he came over. And then John was telling us all about how your philosophy is live life off leash and have adventures. So tell me about your philosophy. Absolutely. So I think you know, we read a lot in the outdoors. You can see from our packaging, and so live live off leash is not about the literal sense. It's about that. We take the time to break retain that. We take our dogs as catalysts, and we get outside. And we do what keeps us whole. And makes us healthy. I love you said what keeps us whole and makes us healthy. Because every all my listeners know, the show's called a super smiley adventure animals will always lead us on grand adventures if we're open to it. What do you think about that? Absolutely. I my dog has always been my catalysts for adventure. But I don't think that adventure has to be grounded. And just hiking, and climbing, and you name it. It's the walk around the park. So walk around the block, it's taking your dog to the pet store the adventure that the two of you do as companions together that ignite your own inner soul. I love that. Okay. I was going to talk about your new product and all the fabulous things to smile. He's been sampling, by the way, he loves them. But you just jumped right to our mission on the super smelly adventure. We already talked about the hiking and all of that. But animals can also lead us on adventures that our energy Ernie's a self-discovery, which you just touched on. So what lessons have you learned from your dog? Everybody can say unconditional love right.

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"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And this is a cool to this just looks like a satchel that I love the material what is this? So this is similar this also has an armor. So this is a courier style bag. So it's like a messenger bag the put over your shoulder, and it has a strap to do that. And also buckling the dog. This is also bright red and dog hair. Yeah. Yeah. So the dog goes in here as a removable liner. So you can wash that if you happen to have an accident and. It's it's just a really nice piece as well. I love your products because they're are. So well thought out and do I remember correctly that your brother is an engineer who helps you design the yes. So my brother is an industrial who founded the business with is an industrial designer the Pratt institute in Brooklyn, New York. And so he's the designer had designer of all of our products. I just have to say the reason I noticed that not only because I work with animals, but I have a degree in industrial psychology from Georgia Tech and most of us got jobs at industrial engineers, of course, I went off into the pet world. But I can see this as so ergonomically designed for the humans for the dogs. And I love it. Thank you very much for hosting us. Here we love to love to chat. Thank you. Gordy spader with cargo. Thank you. Bye. Okay. Thanks for having me. Right. So now, we're off to find some products that are innovative healthy and work our adventures. This looks like a very special dog treat that maybe right up our alley and now I'm at the zoo food with David Rizzo hiding, I there are you? I'm great. So I just stopped by super and I were literally walking down the way here and smiley love the way, your treat smelled he came over. And then John was telling us about how your philosophy is live life off leash and have adventure. So tell me about your philosophy. Absolutely. So I think you know, we read a lot in the outdoors as you can see from our packaging, and so live live off leash is not about the literal sense. It's about that. We take the time to break routine that we take our dogs as catalysts, and we get outside. And we do what keeps us whole and makes us healthy. I love you. But keeps us whole and makes us help. Because every all my listeners know the show's called us. Super smiley adventure. 'cause animals will always lead us on grand adventures. If we're open to it. What do you think about that? Absolutely. My dog is always in my catalyst for adventure. But I don't think that has to be grounded in just hiking, and climbing, and you you name it. It's the walk around the park. So walk around the block, it's taking your dog to the pet store say adventure that the two of you do as companions together that ignite your own inner soul. I love that. Okay. I was going to talk about your new product and all the fabulous things. That's miley. He's been sampling, by the way, he loves them. But you just jumped right to our mission on the super smelly adventure. We already talked about the hiking and all of that. But animals can also lead us on adventures that our inner journeys a self-discovery, which you just touched on. So what lessons have you learned from your dog? Well, I mean, everybody can say unconditional love,.

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"pratt institute" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on Revision Path

"It was so spotty my undergraduate career because at that point I was in a race against time. I wanted to finish his click is I could and get working as quick as I could just to kind of well, a naysayer in my house and be able to show them that it was viable that this was not some kind of a crazy whimsical dream that should have been a hobby in order to be able to quell it all. I need to work as quick as possible. So in undergrad, Montopoli to get it done as quickly as possible amend from there, what did you do? So from there I was super lucky that when the good luck actually started in and that's another. Difference between studying than in studying. Now you could do some crazy notion call learning on the job back then. Do that now. You know, they expect you to know it all and be able to teach from your first day. It wasn't like that at all. It was comment. Let us show you how this thing works in. So I was really fortunate. I got a job as a production assistant in. It was crazy. It was just a terrible terrible job, but it was phenomenal in that I've learned from some real masters who had the courage to tell me that I did know anything, but that they would teach me and that really made it worthwhile. And I think that was the foundation that launched the group career because they're learned lots of humility. And I learned that the smartest thing I would know was not to fixate on what I knew, but to really focus in search for what I didn't know learn that. And that was where that all started. You ended up within the Pratt institute. Tell me what your time was like there. So that was where I'm starting to live the dream on a high high level. The thing about my graduate education in as much as I was terrible undergraduate student, I was much much better graduate student because I wanted it more and I knew the value of it more a paid for that through two jobs while I went to school. And so there was no notion of flunking class in take an old or anything like that, but you can imagine that being a designer working as a designer in not having gone to what I considered. One of the proper design schools was a bit of a of an issue for me that little doubt in my head all the time. My undergraduate had been so spotty in even though I was working as a designer making at that time really good. Money doing well. I just didn't have the confidence that I needed, and that was what led to the decision to go to grad school and that also was another unpopular decision. I mean, everybody said you have jobs, why are you going to grad school? Why would you study war of this? You're doing okay. Nobody really seemed to understand that everybody at that time thought that to go to grad school in designers because you want to teach and I didn't necessarily wanna teach. I just wanted to feel more confident in design in so proud is always the dream act taken a class at SBA end. It was at that time a great school, but it really didn't feel right for me practice did the people connected with me a love to my faculty there Don area was really good to me who ran the department at the time. I just had good connection. I even door the librarian. There. So it was just it was a good moment for me and I found out I was not the worst student anymore, and I also found out I knew more than I thought I did about design. So that was that was a good. It was very, very great for my design self esteem crack changed my whole life. Wow. Will it's several several guests on the show that have really spoken super highly about Pratt. I mean, mostly well, good number from head came from extra from h. We see you. There was like a scene like time. It was like a pipeline between Hampton university in Virginia and Pratt institute, but it really sounds like, I mean, it sounds like it was just a really great supportive, affirmative kind of place..

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"pratt institute" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

NPR's Story of the Day

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

"John is introducing parental controls for the echo device google home its biggest competitor already has some of these controls the echo is also adding version of amazon's paid subscription service for kids called free time unlimited amazon seems to be nudging families to feel comfortable around alexa to put an echo in the playroom or even the kids bedroom but is that really the best idea it's occupying that weird space between a friend a real friend human friend and something else and i think for kids especially their conception of that assoc fluid pamela pavel jack futurist and a professor at pratt institute in her research she's found kids and teens already often see alexa and other ai services as a friend of the family publish it says that's not necessarily a bad thing but it could go too far they might views that as a replacement for other kinds of relationships that might be more meaningful the controls let parents said time limits but the other changes add up to a chatty or alexa one who let's not forget records every conversation amazon says it won't use that information to recommend products to children not outside the existing library in its absorption service there are no ads on alexa and no plans for them the company says but in the future politics says who knows i mean if you think about it logically they're communicating with a big retailer threw out that's been made by hundreds of people on the other two thought about a lot of different things to be sure and concerts to blow your mind just in casella carnegie mellon has been building a interfaces for children for decades what we really should be looking for she says is ways that children can get under the hood of technology and have a chance to be creative even if that means breaking the rules i hope this is true even the amazon may not wish this that children will learn how to have alexa when i got a chance to ask the new alexa question in front of read in her colleague josh sherman i have that same childish impulse to test your limits alexa.

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"pratt institute" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"How many how many future just musicians of any kind of a zero how are you doctors zero lawyers zero i don't know if that stretch but it feels like it nice daddy six chris became a smart ass with teachers grew restless ninety six he heard about how much money was being made selling crack on a 48 hours tv special with dan rather realized other kids around his aged thirteen fourteen worn asking her mom for ice cream anymore they are making some bank cellnet rocco cain that is hilarious to me man big in the idea to sell crack from dan rather it reminds me the start of breaking bad walter white watch the news clip of his brotherinlaw hank make it a meth bust and yet the first apps on the pilot and he sees as a whole bunch of cash part of on the table is like how much money is a hank and hang says it's about seven hundred grant and the idea to make methods born like who hasn't thought up for a second about making fast money legal or not oh man i had i had crazy illegal fantasies grown up you know as i dunno rob so something and make much cassar you know i i had drugdealing fantasies i mean i didn't act on it in any way bells i comment himself greatest make all the cash chris previously thought about becoming a commercial artist in art school the pratt institute was right down the street and commercial artist lived in his neighborhood but why struggle as an artist for years when you can make good money stolen crack right now and that is literally the first thing i think when i wake up each morning why are trying to write jokes why am i kill myself research and every week we're actually making good money right now.

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"pratt institute" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"pratt institute" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Bring through messages from spirit and help people interpret what is often deep symbolism he received certification from the morris pratt institute in medium ship and became an ordained minister through the new thought spiritual centre all come to the program jeff i'm looking forward to talking with you i the these topics are just so important to everybody was welcome aboard oh my god honor to be on your show i got the chance to meet you one compaq in the desert out here in palm springs that's right absolutely and it's this this coming year there they moved a twoway indian wells hurt that it'll be a night nightclub okay so come on by i'm going to be out there again absolutely i i i enjoy it i enjoy all your topic i like the mythical in a magical the it's amazing tell me how you got involved in all this how did the start for you here ever since i was a little boy and like my memories it might crib i had four i call them light being visit visit me and they they were teaching me about the the idea that i would be like a doctor but they said it was a doctor more of the solar the spirit and uh they helped me understand uh how does he and feeling here beyond the realm of my my physical uh being so i went the analytical root i i went into still molecular biology and i i studied dna but what was fascinating is denies the only biomolecules in your uh biology that it crystalizes and just like our cell phones and our computers and so forth uh they have crystals for storing information i i start this you know really in into it that there must be a.

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