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"schwammberger" Discussed on Distractible
"All know dash rina's dashiki. Do i love that. That actually is that actually the name. Guess don't look it up. I looked it up. It's not that anyway. Because on tumbler you have a dashboard. Called dash con. They were going to call. It tumbled kahn or something like that or talk tom. Tom com tumble con. I go to tom gone. Eat tomes so in the lovely place of schwammberger illinois as fairly real town the inaugural schlumberger early. You have you been to schwammberger. Maybe what happens in schwammberger. Well what happens is it's in illinois. Everybody knows that apologize dash con. Obviously yeah of course of course of course anyway. July eleven thousand fourteen in schwammberger illinois the inaugural convention quickly became infamous for allegations of mismanagement and corruption among organizers an alleged abrupt demand by the hotel for upfront payment of cash for use of its facilities and celebrity guests being forced to drop out of the convention after. They were informed by the hotel that they would be responsible for paying for their rooms. Like we've all been to convince we know the general stick. There's like booths vendors. People selling things there's panel celebrities talking or just creators or just random people talking. It's about a discussion it's about. You know being a fan of something and going to like meet other fans in like consume the content and derivative content. There of the only problem was with tumbled con. I don't know what the main draw was supposed to be because tumbler itself is like an aggregate for different phantoms. Everyone can talk about whatever they want and back. Then there was a lot more porn. Like like like lou odd so really when when it got organized off to a bad start from the get-go because this convention center could have like three thousand seven thousand people attending there were three hundred fifty people. They came here. I know three hundred and fifty people is not a small amount of people but in these convention centers are in the tens of thousands of square feet huge places and they're usually attached to hotels and they run deals where things can get there. What it all boils down to is. It was so horribly mismanaged that it didn't have the funds to pay for anyone to arrive. Let alone the people that said they would go without. Pay to even a hotel cost compensated. They didn't have any sort of security. There was no system for vendor stack. Surely sell their stuff and then to top it all off. The hotel got paranoid that they weren't going to get paid. And then immediately demanded a whopping seventeen thousand dollars to get their rooms paid upfront. And so the organizers of the convention. And i don't know if there's a legitimate quote but someone said we were sitting there and this girl ran in and said they're gonna shut us all down if we don't get seventeen thousand dollars right now and literally ran around the convention with a plastic bag asking people to dump money in it. They said quote. We're taking money right now and people actually threw money into it. Someone said i had a friend who dumped four hundred dollars into it but there's no tracking of any of this. The original announcement was around nine pm. So little after ten which was supposed to be the deadline for the hotel was saved and everything was good. Thank god who's putting this on by the way i don't actually know it wasn't like affiliated with the website. Was it no. Because i think what it was was. Someone had a tumbler and they were july. Let's make let's do this. Let's make a convention. Let's make it happen you know everyone's entrepreneurial or whatever it wasn't officially endorsed by tumbler. It was just a convention catered towards the users of tumbler ono. I found a little bit of info on it organized by dash con. Llp a hudson ohio-based llc owned by megan. Eli and roxanne schneiderman It's an ohio hall. God poor state. Don't do this now. No no no no illinois illinois everybody knows about illinois get them get illinois you stupid illinois and your dash cons okay. Well there's nothing wrong with people actually trying to get a convention together right. That's up conventions that are small. That are totally fine convention. It need to be thousands of thousands of people to be successful as long as it's planned correctly for the right of number of people like tuesday. Three fifty three fifty arrives. That's could be enough. Theoretically it would be totally if you rented like a hotel ball that they rented a fifty thousand square foot convention center. I don't even know where they got the money for this. We're the hell. Did they get the money. And then they also booked out block rooms and the hotel. It was attached to it because they were saying like. Oh yeah there's going to be thousands of people and apparently the hotel and this particular convention center. This how exciting schwammberger is. They were used to model train conventions damn and apparently the model train crowd. Just absolutely floors. The tumbler crowd like. That's apparently like consistent good business for schwammberger illinois convention center But no matter what happened they had numerous cancellations of panels. Because obviously you know knowing who was told they should go did go because they didn't even have a hotel book for them. so all these panels got cancelled. The infamous picture of the ballpit is one hundred percent. Real was one hundred percent offered as compensation for the the the lack of panels and all of the problems and they even had a raffle to go into the ballpit bonus hour. You get an extra hour the ballpit and then there was also a raffle for more time. This ball pit for those you listening. If you're not looking at the image. This ballpit is like big enough for like three or four small children to sit in. This is not a big ball. Well it's a it's a kiddie pool. Right i mean that's not a kitty. Pool is intended for like a couple children to enjoy. It's maybe a one to two hundred dollar bouncy castle and like maybe a fifty dollar inflatable. I can only imagine like if they had decided to throw this in their backyard. It would have done. Great like blockbusters but they probably would have the cops call them but mashed it would have been more fun experience. Even you'll three hundred fifty people in one room is a lot of people but you put three hundred. Fifty people randomly distributed around fifty thousand square foot conventions that are it seems really lonely and sad and the fact that kiddy pool can has three children and this picture shows four adults in them just very funny plus four people waiting their turn very patiently to get into the kiddy pool. The most concerning thing you've pointed out so far the putting money into a plastic bag to i totally get the idea of being somewhere and being really personally invested in something like if there was a convention that was like something that i really cared about pizza convention but it was a.
"schwammberger" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"schwammberger" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"Three twenty eight bab guy And so i don't know about two seventy to eighty. But i think to fifty is pretty safe with the upside of to sixty to seventy which is totally fine especially that late draft so Yeah francis one of those guys did not move up in my second base ranks. And maybe i should have Probably and i guess i could do it before it. Post tomorrow Thirty fifth and second base of but he should probably be closer. D- he probably should be like in the starling. Castro received do bond area. Kinda guy he can be is startling. Castro that's exactly the kind of guy that he can be like. So i i like france and i. I actually think think the batting averages is where a real breakout could happen. Because i i do believe that. In in in his best season we could see something. We could see something big time. Like i said to eighty but projection sure. I'll put it at two sixty but I think there's the upside for more talk about pulled back in healthy gregory polanco freaking cover off. The ball did two homers steel. Fifteen forty five. Hope he has. I mean if he's healthy. I just can't i can't go at him dude. I'm sorry i came in like the last two rounds of the friends. Fancy benefits qualifier league after our qualifier league After talking crap about him earlier in the livestream dare you insult guys man as he also burned us a million times. Yeah didn't stop me. Took him in the twenty third round. Because i knew that the the hype was going to start moving them up so i took him in the twenty be. I don't even care love it. you know be. Here's the thing he's healthy right now and so he's one of those guys where like the moment he gets injured again. He's just going to drop off my team but unsure. I'll ride especially with guys like lorenzo. Cain doom with early injuries or other guys dealing with injuries. He's gonna play every day because it's pittsburgh and they still have anybody else and he's healthy. He's got power he's got speed And he's going extremely late. So i'll take the gamble here and there but he is like the moment he gets injured. He's off my team. And i just move onto the next guy. Sure and i'm fine with that and even as a twenty-third pick. I feel the same way. I'll take it as far as it can go but if there if we do get that magic healthy season the it's it's it's a lot of opportunity to be really good i know we're we're well removed from his last healthy season and even that was only one hundred and thirty games back in twenty eighteen but it was twenty three and twelve with the capable to fifty four batting average. And so you know. That's where i'm dreaming on there and the power as actually been like as men smashing the shit out of the ball Each of these last two years. It's just that he hasn't been making making enough contact like three. Thirty seven percent strikeout rate in the in the shortened season so it obscured the fact that he really was club in the ball. Because it was just doing it. So infrequently the kind of that. Bobby effect that. We talked about on unless on the last episode. It's like yeah cool that you're that you're doing this but you're so ineffective at making contact that it's difficult to give you too much. Credit portland had a career high Ninety three ninety three mph exit below one fourteen max exit Thirteen percent bear on. This is all last year for for fifty one percent hard. Hit all those work like career. Except for the max exit below. He had that in two thousand fifteen when he had won. Sixteen marker. so there's a lot to like with blanco but it's all about the health. Do not overpay. I think. I think i think i kind of hit the high mark there. I wouldn't go any higher than that. And i only did it. Because he had a big day that day and again i was worried about. I was worried about you. Know people pushing him up paid three thirty one like let's not paying the premium. Yeah i didn't. I didn't go wild with it but i think that if his draft price doesn't start with three. Don't take gregory polanco because you're not getting good enough discount for the severe injury risks. That still lingers over him. But we're back in because we're suckers. Victory robles in sam hilliard both have three stolen bases. They're kind of different ends here. Obviously everyone's drafting robocalls but he does have his detractors. That just don't believe he'll ever hit. And then sam hilliard. Meanwhile angling for a job with the rocky so to two different guys here but three stolen bases each quick thought on both ruthless and sam hilliard. A i mean is not only stealing bases. He's doing something much more important than that is that is in every game so that he has played so far this spring. He has led off huge. It's it's it's yeah it's gigantic gives me this. Was i mean outside of like the crabby statcast stuff like the biggest concern with him is been he hits the bottom lineup either. Eight or nine depending on if there's d. h. Or not so the fact that the team is making a concerted effort to put him at the top of the lineup. For me is huge in three walks as well by a couple of Too many strikeouts six but three walks is getting deep counts. He seeing pitches. Maybe that's a concerted effort as well because he knows if he's gonna lead off that victory was has to get on base at a good clip. So i mean the price is rising in pretty sure. I wrote about him last week in the. Adp market report It's currently one thirty seven online championship leagues over the last month. I'm here for that though. If he's going to be leading off in front of soto and bell and sh- warburg that's a lot of runs scored a lot of stolen bases. You know he's not a huge power source but he you know fifteen plus home runs I'm i'm going gonna be. He's going to be the biggest riser over the next month. I think i think there's a big chance in that list. And and i'll be there for a lot of it to be honest like there's a cutoff but i was already a believer in so again. This is another one. That's that's bum me out. Because i was already there and everyone kind of being sour was like yes yes yes let sour on him and i can. I can get them cheaper. But now he's going start moving back up because people see a little punch of power with quality speed top of that order which i really liked. By the way. I thought the schwammberger and bell moves really solidified that offense to go with the best player in the national league. Best hitter at least If not overall best player in soto trade turner of course is still there. You mentioned starting casual earlier. He's just a solid steady guy. And then if your car breaks out then they really do run a one to eight that can compete with most ball clubs and i really to their my dark horse to win the world's areas same. I rolled over my Bowl winnings bets on the super bowl into you a the nationals. 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"schwammberger" Discussed on Podcast Onion
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"schwammberger" Discussed on The Stem Cell Podcast
"Luxembourg center for systems biomedicine and specifically the mental and cellular biology group which is led by dr jones schwammberger. Born sorry about that dr I'm not sure if we've ever mentioned the tiny european country of luxembourg here on the podcast. But i did my research and found that the university of luxembourg where you're located is one of the fastest growing schools in the world and was only founded in two thousand and three and of course with the prefix lugs. We know it's no shantytown right. Got to be pretty fancy over there but apart from those fancy digs. What about your training. There is is most important to setting you up for your career track. I love to talk to young people in science. Iq because you've you're not bound by the traditional paradigm right. You can do what everyone and you will. I feel like when i was at your stage. I just thought i had to. Do you know it was too risky. But i feel like your generation is much has much more courage along those lines. So what's important there about setting up your career track and do you. Do you see the track being traditional or do you think you're going to go off on a on a more trail-blazing path. I think it's going to be the ladder. Please verify the great question. A tough one to i've had somewhat of the freedoms also explore aspects of science outside of. Just you know being in the lab doing research old though that is always be like the mike core business here and i think it's an excellent institution you know. I think just considering the institute itself is only ten years old. I think they've made a lot of strides in really developing fast. Were pretty big group so a lot of support. I'm really happy on the front off. You know the research. But also i think in terms of being able to explore things like science communication. Wish i i really enjoy. That does even efforts within the institute to have the science for everyone initiative started where we talk to people who are outside of the lab like people in admin and things like best to able to. So they know what's actually going on in the institutes So i got participates in things like that Having even support for visibility stem africa. Because of course that's not always the case when you have a side thing this you might not always have support from You know from your institute because a lot of times you need to focus just on on the on the science. But i think increasingly people seeing of these efforts because you know if we don't include different in science science always suffer in some ways right so i think they see the value in that end regarding might have. I probably will not necessarily follow the traditional against path. I think what is exciting about now. Is that science is changing. I think couple of years ago science communication didn't even seem like maybe a viable career option. But now you know this way more spaces in an ways to to get involved sicom and i. I really love outreach. Work in science being in the lab. So i'm not. I'm not sure..
"schwammberger" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine
"The brother is like they mentioned hey, he went to prison for nearly beating someone to death when he was a teenager but I think he's okay. Now I like literally the first time anything happens movie just runs and beat see kyw nearly two dead that's like only method of coping. And he's apparently bidded like a growing relationship with another character doing really well, and it's like who functions like that and it doesn't make any sense to just runs inserts beating the crap out of this guy. The film again just can't quite get work needs to go without leaps. Now, the tipping point doesn't make any sense. It would work it would work at a straightforward genre film, but this doesn't want to be one of those but it's definitely not better than any slasher film you've ever seen. Incompetent slasher down Leon competence last year because it doesn't commit to the premise, it treats the whole. Of the movie like it's this thing about it's like some psychological melodrama about. I guess you could go that row where there's no actual killer but maybe there's a mastermind whose pinning these people against each other. And they end up just kind of being their own undoing. But then one of the fucked, we have the mass guy with the hammer just often people left and right he just eat thousand work together there is there's two movies fighting each other here. He has the most weird fucking coincidence ever. You think that you think that there's somebody in the know who's like using the camera. We should mention there's so they find cameras in their showerheads and two of the characters who are business partners, but not in a romantic relationship have sex in the shower, and then there's this question about whether or not the footage is GonNa get leaked and but then it's this guy who Is Somehow as everybody's cell phone numbers, and he's texting them the footage and displaying it on the TV's because he hacked the the AIRBNB. But yeah, the the slasher guy in the second half who never learned the identity of is completely inexplicable. It it just it doesn't work. You WanNa, make the movie about insidious landlord who murders people rents to great make that fucking movie. You didn't. You didn't make that movie. You didn't really intend to make them. You're being dishonest. This is not that movie at all I'd enjoy that movie. The script really has the feeling like something that Schwammberger and Franco wrote literally over a weekend late really late feels like this was put together super fast and then direction of the film is sort.
"schwammberger" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"Say. Yes. Yeah I don't know just like. I think he does good. Things or maybe interesting things yeah I guess it is causing me to reflect on just like mumble core as a whole. Right it's like what. What did that, do they? Yeah. What did we get from it? I mean it just felt. Different. In a way I mean it just felt like to me feels like to me. Like this extension of A different extension of privilege like not only. Is it a privilege to be able to have stories about everything? Like about being space or Or. Your, Yet so so, that was like not only. Can you have these stories about like all these big things, but you can have about nothing. As well. Yeah I mean. I don't know I feel like also like that's. The thing is like mumble core films I've personally so few of them. Do I actually feel like. I've enjoyed or like to me. Yeah, but the films. that. Inspired, mumble core may be. Like girlfriends. Or Sex lies and videotape or clerks or slacker like. Those I really enjoy right. That sounds to me where it's like. It's like to be like inspired by the same things. I'm sure there are pupil who were like you know probably the same age as you're like Schwammberger near do pauses, or whatever who just like weren't white men who were also inspired by clerks, also inspired by slacker, just like didn't know people who had like one hundred thousand dollars to right. I mean like I love Andrew. Just Sumo, who's like a Nigerian photographer and director and he did this film mother of George that. Is just. Yeah to me also feels like. Kind of Like an interesting like offshoot of mumble like of. Mumble core, but is like just set in like very very firmly rooted in like the Nigerian immigrant story, and that's the other thing. Is that like I'm sure someone listening will be like. They're actually missing like these movies, but it's like. That sure that's great, but also those kinds of movies aren't classified under mumble court like mumble for like implicitly. Yes, White Viking. Just kind of like how it is, and if it's like, if like a black prison made it the again, they'd be like. Oh, it's A. it's a black Noah Baumbach. It wouldn't be like. Noah Baumbach. What people don't really compare him to anyone ray? He's not like. It like if anyone, it's wit silman, but that was like five years before he was working. That's not as A movement instead of being like this is a one to one comparison and the only difference race. Yeah! Damn. That's real. That's real it is. Yeah, I mean I. Don't know it's like I feel like. Even like Wyatt's. Like buried Jenkins and all these who like you're not totally aging, but like yeah like this. There's a generation of like black. Tours. Like medicine for melancholy. Just like you know is definitely like that's like close close. It is just like people like walking around right, but there probably is some sort of sort of sort of like. If you looked it up some article, you know that Slake Barry Jenkins the black. Book or whatever taking a stab at this it's like. That's why I think we've done. We find ourselves like forced to like. Make these own. Like are like yeah, we just have to keep making work for ourselves Kogo. Nobody's got like I don't know as I. It's like you have to make if you want to like. I don't know it feels like why people either have to make lake. Edano like. Just, you know you're like. like the best man or whatever or you have to make like completely singular works like you have to know like kind of middle ground writings, and and then we also. Be like that's like the sign that we did it, yes. And like or like only recently are like. Do we have like Black Panther or creed, or these birds super high budget high grossing. Like And I'm sure like to some extent, also just thinking about the making space I'm sure like you know Andrew but. Like you know Joe Swartberg, and all these guys were like. We have to make space for ourselves because if you are. Like us you can like. They want us to make these big showy movie. Sweeping drop dramas and we don't want to. We WanNA do these intimate. Scenes or whatever and then it just comes down to capitol like. Comes down to being able to have someone who will be like. Here's a couple hundred thousand dollars like your movie. I mean yeah, it's like an even. Like. Black Independent. Filmmakers. It is like that. Somehow that's its own. That's it's own. Jonah or something like is, but it's not. But it is. It's like these little blips like there's not a feels like the idea like movement hasn't really right. It's up. Capital, yeah, exactly it's like with like with the whole white indie scene there like tears in their like classes of it and like there are people who like who are like. We all came together Bob La like the whole pocket of women who do it who are always like? Pet respite does Luna's grew like that does make sense like Kelly? 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"schwammberger" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Episode of bed your stories by village global here today with very special guests. Charles Eisenstein author of sacred economics climate many any other works Charles. It's Hey thanks for having me on Charles. When people ask you to introduce yourself and you want to give them a sense of of what you're about. What do you say fall expenses asking. If it's a close relative edited a bit often I say something like I'm here to remind you that you're not a crazy or servant of an emerging story a new defining story for civilization and a more beautiful world and yet my work is basically describing the transition that that humanity is undergoing right now and how that shows up in our systems and Dr Psychology and pretty much everything. Why don't you trace your intellectual journey of it you a bunch of books. What would it sort of the thread that ties them together gather at what sort of the evolution between the between the bucks I can go into a little bit more of what I just said. the thread basically the overarching. Meta historical stoorikhel ARC is that civilization is defined by a story of separation at tells us what the world is. This guy who we are what's important what's real what's possible how things began where they're going and that story basically says that you are a a separate individual in a world of other that does not have the qualities of a self full selfishness. That's in human beings alone and world out there is basically a random melee of force and mass and that human progress therefore comes from exerting more and more mastery over this indifferent or hostile world outside of ourselves dominating the competing other separate solves elves in submitting ourselves from the forces of nature harnessing the fortunes of forces of nature exerting more and more force more and more precisely onto the world old to make it in the image of our own intelligence to bring order to chaos to bring civilization to the wild. That's the story that we've lived in increasingly we meeting the dominant culture and my thesis basically and then apply it to whatever field economics could be medicine is an education whatever politics the thesis is that this story this mythology even contains the seeds of its own collapse and that we are seeing that collapse accelerating today that makes the story increasingly uninhabitable and at the same time we are pulled toward in tuition that more beautiful world is possible and we catch glimpses of it so there's a push out of the old world out of the old story because it's becoming intolerable. It's not working and there's a poll that comes in the form of these experiences and visions that we have that tell us that what we've been taking for granted as normal is just a shadow of what life in the world could be so then in my writing I describe what is that look like in money systems. What does that look like in technology. What is a new story. Look like when it's fleshed Tau in materiality and relationship whereas the next governor is going on all this stuff but if if someone were to leave this podcast you two minutes minutes from now it's twenty two the quick summary and maybe an obviously go much deeper. Wh what would you sort of crystallize what are what are some of the principles or takeaways that a the world all different in this way. If everyone agreed with with your principles oh boy I don't even know if it's a matter of everyone agreeing with my principles which is why I'm not actually in the persuasion business. I would say that there is an emerging consciousness or an emerging frequency that part of which is a different belief system a different story the world and a different story of the self and I'm hoping through this conversation that people can feel the presence of that emergent self slash world slash story that I can remind people of what they already know is true true and maybe give voice to secret longing and a secret rebellion and to normalize that to help this collective processes stepping out of the old normal cool two branches of questions. I want to spend a few minutes on one. Is You talked about the narrative the narratives separation can you give some a little bit books some historical context for where the narrative came from if there was a different narrative narrative before that that's more current with what you're talking about and how that evolved yeah so narrative isn't like just some philosophical error. I heard that all of a sudden we made and everything went wrong nor is it. Avo Plan perpetrated by a clandestine elite that that is got the world in its grip. It's something that co evolved with technology co evolved with social systems and that is comes from those ended contributes to those so one example would be hundreds of thousands of years ago the development of fire as a tool that human beings used so once began making fires it defined signed a new boundary between the domestic and the wild and did enabled humans to impose more control and more dominance over the world than any other animal cam it was a new thing in this world and so that caused us to look at the world and look at ourselves in a different way setting the stage for further divisions of the world through language language actually is a later development than fire so then when we begin to name things it sets up a further distinction between self and other between Master and mastered mastered setting the stage for domestication where I conceptually we make things hours by naming them and then we practice does that by domesticating plants and animals and once we've done that then it creates a further distinction between domestic and wild and then you have the concentrations of population that domestication allows from which come division of Labor social classes technology science writing recordkeeping writing mathematics calendars I mean the whole thing takes on a life of its own and we migrate more and more into a human world that is distinct from the natural world then came the machine industry a further step of separation where we began to live. You've in an artificial world separated even more from the rhythms of nature and from an immediate the sensible sensible interdependency with nature a commodity economy separates us from the sources and the consequences of our choices and ED defend. The latest step is into the digital realm where we're living in a large part not only in an artificial reality but in a digital not even material. It's not just unnatural. It's also non-material. Am Not an anti philosopher if you know that term a the critic of civilization says it's all big mistake. I think this is all part of a inconceivably vast and unsubtle process when you look back in history are critical things that we could have done that you think would have made all the difference or do you think this is somewhat inevitable. I think it's pretty inevitable it. The same kind of trajectory was launched independently in various places around the world everywhere where people began to domesticate plants and animals and build civilizations. You had Social Classes Slavery Warfare Affair Patriarchy money the whole Shebang every single place and the good things to writing Mathematics Science Astronomy Literature Book Non Zero that talks about claims that history has a direction in the direction action is increasing social complexity and we either need to have moral progress so we could rise to the occasion effectively global highs coherently or or or it'll be it'll be chaos. I say that as a question Segue to ask you. Do you think that has a as a direction and if so yeah what is that direction going route to desired world. I think it does have a direction. It's the same direction that we see in in nature and in pretty much any complex dynamic system and he not linear dynamic system the tendency is toward it greater and greater complexity so we have the human brain than collections of human brains into small societies. Heidi's and now further level of complexity global civilization that still is forming the complex entity of your body. A multi were any multicellular organism the cells operate in near perfect coordination in harmony with each other. what to do. Everyone I imagine each yourselves is really joyful. We exercising gifts and incomplete trust that it's needs will be met and so it feels totally free have to give and give and give and it is fully open to receiving everything needs all of the glucose all of the enzymes whatever it needs it it. It's in perfect coordination flow. We haven't the human organism. The collective body of humanity obviously obviously is not in that state right now. We have one tissue fighting another tissue organ fighting another Oregon. We haven't made that phase transition vision into being a coherent body yet but I think that's what we're learning how to do you you're a couple of great episodes soad's with Danish Maktum Burger on your podcast and it has podcast and he's as far as part of the regain be school which says a right now we're living in Enga- the current civilization and there's going to be a phase transition because you're gay will without be sustainable and then that transition transition or collapse and then there's this this game be new new world possible. Doozy your workers sort of outlining Gambia's I said how do we get from. Where do you differ overlap from him in his school How do we get from here to there. They're being the world that you that you visualize resins with Daniel. I think there were describing something very similar. I don't know if it's exactly the same thing but what is probably something similar using very different language not so much. I guess I don't know I was GONNA say I'm not so much proposing systems blueprints for here's what it could look like in a plan B although secret economics is is an exception to that but more I'm offering filaments of a new tapestry of of ideas of stories of practices of perceptions ways of seeing ourselves ways of seeing each other contributing to a psychic climate in which systems of Plan B will find a home because like to give an example if you say you're trying to running organization according to Gift Principles according to cooperative principles and it's a challenge Asia for one thing everybody is still in larger economy that encourages what Schwammberger recalled rivalries practices and we're we're you know people have to pay the bills. They're they're in debt or whatever so there's these external pressures but then also everybody coming into the organization carries. Would I like to call habits. It's the separation that are necessary. Adaptive habits for anyone who's grown up in a money economy the habit of always being on your guard a WHO's taking advantage of me what's fair. What's the right compensation for my Labor. Even that concept that way of thinking compensation assumes that Labor is a sacrifice that you don't actually want to be doing so you need to be compensated to make up for the sacrifice that you're making of your time and energy so if we're stepping into a world where work is no longer a a separate category from play from wife. Were doing work that we love then the whole concept of compensation all comes with it fairness that that becomes irrelevant but we carry these habits with us so a lot of my work and some of the work that I appreciate in supporting the world has has more to do with undoing those habits eliminating those habits healing the wounds underneath those habits so that when we we step into a system or organization that's trying to enact principles of a plan B our story. We're able to to be part of that when doubleclick there is. We've been talking about natural little bit in this conversation. I still a little bit to determine what is humans are part of nature right. So what what is natural versus what is not natural is being Does it mean something like you act in accordance with what is most sustainable over. Is it really just a synonym for sustainable. Do Animals do things that are not actual to or is it only humans the word natural troll has limited utility because obviously the whole world already includes a kind of human exceptionals in that says we're not natural where that some things aren't natural so it's one of those words if you really try to pin it down it. Dissolves doesn't doesn't really mean anything yet. We kind of know what it means to conciliate useful word so maybe one way to rehabilitate the word would be to say that something natural is something that recognizes certain important truths such as the truth that everything the is the truth of permanence of the truth in ecology that wasted food the truth of the impossibility possibility of endless exponential growth so anything that.
"schwammberger" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast
"Let's get started I would. I would say that the pattern which is most significant to me right now is that finally a a still small but growing number of people have started to realize that the epoch that were in the status quo game aim a whatever we want to call it is coming to an end sometime in the not too distant future whether it's tomorrow afternoon or twenty one hundred seems seems to me. The writing is on the wall. We have already exceeded the carrying capacity of the Earth's ecosystem for the level of extraction and dumping there were currently doing and that doesn't even consider the fact that the aspiring middle classes of the developing world are ramping up very very rapidly in their ownership ship of automobiles their consumption of actress ity etc and they should and indeed they ought to buy right the able to do that right so we if we extrapolate extrapolate the developed world's way of living it by itself is probably over its sustainability line and then we extend that to as you know one point three billion people in China billion to and India you know billions more across the world we clearly are driving the human race over a cliff and numerous people are starting now to realize that and and it's causing some serious thinking way outside the box right and it's one of the reasons. I fight vehemently against Internet censorship people say oh we can't have radicals like Isis or neo-nazis on the Internet I go fuck that they're part of the status quo actually right both Isis and neo Nazis or just another flavor of the same old. Shit and and we need to allow them to say their crap so that really radical article thinkers to do examples. I like the US are Jordan Hall and Daniel Schwammberger who are way more radical than either arises or neo Nazis have space to bring forth their ideas and so what I'm tracking and what I hope continues. The news is that truly radical thinking be happening way outside the box on how to define a new social operating system that's consistent assistant with the limits of our ecosystem and even more and more way probably is congruent with our nature as human beings listening to those guys No. I was just finishing today listening to both of your episodes with them on your podcast and we've had them both on our podcast and it they've provided us with a ton uh-huh content over the years just through conversations between us and then you know with other people were familiar with their work and it's it's really quite a task to parse through the information what they're talking about and try to try to make sense of it as it is the vocabulary and the complexity of language that they use is fairly difficult. I would say A. and listening to you talk. I think you've fairly successfully brought it down into a simpler level more understandable level so I'd like to start actually asked by asking the question. What's your relationship to these guys as well as can you kind of unpack this idea of game a and Game B okay let's start first with the relationship Jordan Hall formerly Green Hall and I go back to. I don't know about two thousand seven or two thousand eight where we met Matt at at a Santa Fe Institute board of Trustees meeting where he was a brand new trustee and I was a ongoing trustee and we had a conversation conversation afterwards that went on for maybe four hours and it was like Holy Shit. Here's another person who starting to see the world more early alas I mean we still disagree a lot but in in ways that are close enough to lay. I see the world that it's really worth having a deep conversation and we continue then you'd have ongoing conversations for a few years and then two thousand twelve I finally published you know almost quote unquote informally and privately a sixty five page memorandum essentially which became known in pre-game be space ace as the Tome which laid out a whole series of ideas about what comes next right what could save the world then Jordan and I and a handful of others decided naively and as it turned out ineffectually to try to launch wants a new political party to Cherry these ideas forward we created something called the emancipation party and the writing on the Emancipation Mason Party platform is brilliant. It's amazing. Unfortunately there's something wrong with the old emancipation party website and it's not accessible at the moment but I'll see if I can get it up in the next couple of weeks and we spent some time marketing quote unquote not knowing what we were doing really got a few hundred followers but then we analyze the data and found something extremely interesting that despite the fact that the founding group was a mix of millennials. Dell's Gen xers baby boomers the people who were rallying to the flag of the Emancipation Party were strongly boomers mursal whole population had been boomers. We would've launched the party. next down were Gen xers and then finally were millennials selenium with essentially zero. Take despite considerable exposure so we that we then being you know business people at Heart Orden and I let's go do some conversations with millennials and find out what the heck the problem is here and it became very clear that this was in two thousand twelve early two two thousand thirteen that the concept of a political party was poisonous with millennials even though this was utterly righteous stuff. You know it's amazing. I think back what we are advocating a completely new monetary system radical transparency and finance we we call the citizenship wage which was now called universal basic income Medicare for all and the drug wards awards you know it was amazing right. is stuff that really advanced thinking millennials tend to before but putting thing in the package of something called a political party by itself was poisons to millennials and so he said all right truthfully we have to appeal to millennials or the whole ideas debt and so we convened our group of twenty five or thirty four people and okay what are we going to do and Jordan came up with the idea that we really needed to do was to still keep the idea of the political party but create the concept of a series of on ramps that were more cultural in their manifestation and were not labeled party or politics until much later in the process and a Guy Guy Who's part of the group named Thor Muller We're just throwing out names. He came up with game be and we all shit yeah. That's it that'll work and so oh this idea of the cultural on ramp to the emancipation party called game be that was a you know fairly explicit explicit repudiation of the way things are which by definition became gay took off and within a month or so the interest in trying trying to think through game be became much more of interest to the majority of people than the Party and the party. We basically just said forget that for for the time being. We don't really know how to do a party anyway. So we then explored the game B. Space for a while the group kept growing we continue to have face to face meetings in Stanton Virginia every six weeks or thereabouts your denier great relievers that social media online creates mostly what we call weak links and if you really want to build something you have to augment those with strong links and that it means face to face so whoever whoever self selected as the core team which I think by the end was close to fifty people most of them got together ah every six weeks in this little town in Rural Virginia where I happen to live and had like two two days and a half as of deep face to face jam and it's really interesting all those documents and many of the video from that still exists on a base camp site which I've continued would be paying the minimum bill just to keep it alive and at some point we might bring that bring that back for people to archive the early earliest histories of game aim big now this is where it gets interesting and a good lesson for the future sometime in mid twenty thirteen gene the game be group started to Fisher and eventually broke and it broke along basically eight two different dimensions one who I guess what I said is one key figure and I and it's interesting. I've talked to people subsequently gently and they said this has happened to them again and again and radical thinking organizations essentially became two different points of view one that personal change change was the first necessary step for the game be thing to emerge and the second faction was those who believed in this lobbyists lobbyists was inherited from the political party effort that what mattered more were better institutions right things like liquid democracy and the better monetary system as this is almost like a difference between top down or bottom up. Organiz night egg exactly and this and the and this human nature the arguments got very nasty and personal and name calling and we had to declare timeouts on a couple of people for ninety the days and all that stuff and eventually about your deny who are vaguely though not completely on opposite sides of this issue basically concluded fuck this right This thing has become dysfunctional. It's a waste of time and we're just GONNA shut down Game Embi as a live entity but we did you know have some final communications to everybody. Say People this disagreement. seems this unbridgeable at the current time let's take these game be ideas out independently into the world and do something with them if we care too and and perhaps sometime in the future we will stitch this back enough to bring it back to life but frankly we're all tired tired of this group and were tired of this fighting and so people have your go about your life. Take our ideas. Take your ideas because it was always. It's a group effort and and bring them forth on an interestingly. That's actually what happened. there's numerous people who still label themselves as gain aimed people who are working either to a greater or lesser degree on on that the one thing we did keep going as has a very light linkage is there's a game B. Group on facebook that's publicly accessible that that is very minimal place for people to post communications and what they're doing or post warnings about the coming collapse or what have you etiquette now. Oh has a couple of hundred members more than was ever members of the interior game be group but I moved on in particular in in two thousand fourteen. I refocused my entrance on cognitive science and then soon closely related artificial general general intelligence and have spent a lot of my time subsequently in those fields and have not really done a tremendous amount of thinking king.
"schwammberger" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"Think. That's what happened. They they had their eyes on someone else. Let's maybe green may have been will smith who knows but <hes> <hes> then obviously they need to go get one more guy because the real whole in this roster Mr has been the bullpen this year for at will forever since in this competitive window that they've had they continue to have bullpens that just underperformed and I turned it on the live stream that we did yesterday do it on a bunch of clowns well. They alleviate it a little bit of that a lot less clown ARY so doolittle still the guy but his health profile is not strong if you're the save speculators so you're in N._F._l.. Only wear middle relievers perfectly viable or a deep mixer. Who would you gone as as doolittle's backup? I think I'M GONNA go. Strickland's okay got the how weird is it that he's on that not by the way I I. I think I can't remember what podcast yesterday I think it was the bench with Bubba pod that the biggest troll move is if he takes Harper's number dude that would be whole areas i. I don't know if they'd even let him do that. Yeah when I thought I thought he was a total Tom Loser in all of that like I thought he started totally is but it would be but really fun would be an eighty grade troll job. It's fucking did take his number so I don't know if the the nights are even allowing anybody to take as much less him but if they would would that would be amazing it would it would be kinda funny but <hes> yeah so one hundred stricklin goes there with Daniel Hudson ruinous Elliot's they really linked in their bullpen. Hey you know the the fantasy trickle effect would be for the starters. Their wins are going to be a little bit better preserved as anybody with them as no doubt felt the pain of that bullpen so oh good moves by them at the end of strong day we mentioned that pick to make it to the world series. Oh I like that guy got the talent man and nobody's on this year so maybe this is the year that without the hype if if and when they make the playoffs they actually who wants how up against that rotation in the playoffs Oh my God shirts her Strasbourg Osberg foreman would nats astro series. I'm just saying it'd be it'd be really great lot and it'd be almost a throwback right with all the great starting pitching you know we've seen so much bullpen play these days with six of the best starters in the League six of the what top twelve fifteen starters it would have that'd be insane. I mentioned Nicholas Casinos is gone. He went to the cubs in a move that was long rumored and seemed like the right fit <hes> cast yeah. Why Not Defense Yeah I mean you've got <hes> casinos in inch Schwarzer in left I mean Jay is a lot better than you think? Though it's no it's not it's a lot better than it used to be. Yes so but still actually still alive. He's back down this year round for Jason Heyward to cover and he's actually I think hayward himself his defense centers actually been rather. They're poor so he kind of needs to be on a corner. He's playing every day Oh yeah he has. He has to be incentive yeah because you're not putting Schwammberger Boura Castanos there but Castanos. I feel like I don't know you could you could interchange he and Bryant and put Bryan out there a little bit here. Yeah I think Joe Madame a mess around. Honestly I think they needed the capability of hitting lefties more thought they had to go with it and then they can defensive sub albacore more more Antoni camp late in games so I do think that that.
"schwammberger" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"But first, let's go places with the Toyota out-of-town scoreboard in the second game of a doubleheader at Fenway park. The Red Sox who were beaten nine to two of the regime game one defeated Tampa Bay five to one in the nightcap. David price got the win in that one. A makeup of a game that was rained out back in late April the cubs beat the cardinals nine to four at Wrigley field. John Lester got the win over a Brady. That was a game in which the cardinals got four runs in the first against LeicesteR and never scored again the cubs a tied it by the fourth inning. And then a four run six inning to win it in that game. Schwammberger had a home run for the cob is open, a- hit number seventeen baiter number six for the cardinals Schwab Schwab is home run was his twelfth of the year the Mets over the Rockies five to three at city field. New York match over gray Diaz fourteenth save go. Oh, mez and Alonso hit home runs for the Mets. That's number twenty one for Pete Alonzo. The rookie was second in the league in home runs. The Texas Rangers beat Oakland ten to five in the first game of a doubleheader, and in the, the, the night portion of the day-night doubleheader Texas is leading to two one in the last of the sixth inning in Arlington Texas, the Padres trailing. The nationals three nothing max sherzer on the mound for Washington that game. The last of the fourth down at Petco park, and let's see what else the d backs beat the Blue Jays, six to nothing in Toronto. Zach rank he got his seventh win of the year beating Aaron Sanchez villa and Kevin krone hit home runs for the d backs and the Phillies beat the reds in Philadelphia four to one to win over Roark real Mutoko hit a home run for the Phillies number ten for him the Braves over the Marlins in Miami, one to nothing Tehran. Got the win over Richards and Lou Jackson. Got his ninth say the Tigers over the twins nine to three a rare loss for the twins Ramirez, got the win over Gibson Nelson Cruz hit his tenth home run for Minnesota Jacoby Jones at two homers. For the Tigers, the Cleveland Indians over the Yankees, eight to four in Cleveland Putco got the win over Sobat via the Vallejo, native Didi gregorius in his second game back from the Tommy, John surgery hit a home. On his first of the year for the Yanks Americano Peres and PLO aqui all hit home runs for Cleveland. That's the eleventh home run of the year for Peres this year Orioles over the Astros. Breaking a tie in the eighth inning with Iran, getting to more than, than the, the Orioles, who are now twenty and forty four four Houston, now forty four and twenty two one fry got the wind and relief over Harris Castro. The save arena toe Nunez hit his sixteenth home run for Baltimore. And the brewers over the pirates five to three at Miller park mill I just love to say that Miller park in Milwaukee Davies now seven and got the win over Phillies and hater got his fifteenth. Save. And that one, Mike moussaka is, is nineteen. He's fourth in the league in home runs. Nineteen home runs for stock is of the brewers. All right. The giants beaten by the dodgers seventy-two. Let's review the game. Now, the game summary is sponsored by the Silicon Valley. Herons Tutut when you're trying to get back into the game think the Silicon Valley hair institute the best in the bay for robotic hair transplants. The dodgers scored I in the third inning against Jeffs Amarjit. And we were just talking about that during the rap when Jack Peterson struck out on a wild pitch on a change in the dirt. But he reached base on it and a little bit later. Justin Turner hit a double putting runners at second and third. Ballenger given the automatic walked to load the bases for Cory Seager and he got a single to knock in the first round of the game. It was one to nothing. They still had the bases loaded with one out, but some Arja got out of the jam getting a two straight outs after that. And the dodgers had just the, the one run and frustration early out of the dodgers. It was the second time in three innings that they had left the bases loaded against some margin. So the giants were down one nothing lasted a third. They had not yet put a man on base against Richhill, the veteran, left-hander the first to face him in the last of the third was giants catcher, Aramis Garcia, the dodgers, lefty hill. Winds.
"schwammberger" Discussed on On The Ledge
"That sounds interesting. The Lupis Mems I've never seen these for sale anywhere. But that's just me. And my limited options in terms of where I can shop. Tell me about his mims will Farber six species, you're quite right. They are not they don't tend to feature prominently in in commerce, which is a Pissy actually because they are. Who quite robust, quite tolerant creatures? There's one which often appears in mixed cactus collections, and that's cool to the piss me warming gain him. And the reason why it's it's more commonly grown paps than others because it is more tolerant of highlight intensities less watering, and so on and so people who grow terrestrial cacti often have dot corner somewhere that they show this plant in and forget about it for ten months of the year. And then in the spring, there's this massive wife flowers a pair. And I think oh, that's why. Got it. And then forget about it again Suzy's finishes, flowering. So there's that one. But there are a number of others, which more interesting as emphathize, I think there's a species lipids cruzi for me, which has been grown for many years. But in the end, his small flowers, really, but it's quite tolerant plant, but there is a more recent discovery, which is coming into commerce now, I think called lip his me Florida them now Florida under MacOS means lots of flowers, and it really does. It's a magnificent thing about twice the size of his name cruzi for me flowers, maybe three sent to three centimeters across pink flowers all year round. And sent it as well. I'm I'm looking out of my my window into a conservatory where I've got lots of flowers on my plants immediately outside sounds lovely question. Somebody wants to ask about generally about taking cuttings of these plants is cuttings going red going take Hyun red blush east that assign that it had too much sun or too much cold is their general diagnosis for that. When the stems of any apathetic cactus. Go read it generally means spin under put under some stress, the stress is is not always as easy to to tell it could be just too much light. It could be that it suffered from drought. It can sometimes happen as a result of over watering. So the the actual Kohl's is not as easy to diagnose. But it does mean that if one of your plants has done that. That then it suffered in some way, and you need to try and work out. Why preferably before it gets any worse? That's helpful can begin. You're going to detective work to figure out the front. What the problem is as long as you know, there there is a problem. That's a good starting point. I think that's right. But there is a problem with this, which is these plants are, however, you treat them these plants in cacti and a relatively slow to dies. I if resemble you've over water, deployment and its roots of all rotted off it could be some months before that becomes apparent. So by the time, you actually realize that the plant is going ridge. And he's starting to look a bit wilty. You the conditions you'll giving it might be entirely different. You have to try and think what was what did I do several months back that could be causing this good? Keeping is is a good thing when it comes to this kind of thing I have to admit, my recordkeeping is dire. But usually rely on my dodgy memory. And then I can't remember what a tool what was going on a wise, I've done a particular thing. But yet if you keep record, I guess that does help to figure out exactly what was going on. If you know to down the right things. The other course, like I say have four cuttings in Dulcie around the place. So that if you do kill one, there's a fair chance another one might be the still surviving, and you can try and give hope here. Do you? Do you still occasionally kill things and dawn? What what would have done wrong? Here is easy. Still casualties in your collection. Always I guess, I can't stop experimenting. Even if the poor things are doing their best. I keep thinking what if and trying something slightly different. And so yes, I I'm personally killing things. Also, some some new things that I get I I really don't necessarily get a hangover how to do it quickly enough. And they're so there somewhere I have to start again from scratch, but there are also some which simply do not like my conditions, and after I've tried to three times if exactly the same thing happened every time, then basically, I think that it's not doing me all the plant any goods to try and prolong our relationship, and so I just admit that these ones I'm not going to be able to do very wise. Talks about cap toy. The ready is very common questions that bit of the end where from cut wakes up and decides to also your question about south as my talks. They really really common questions that the come up over and over again when he talked to people about these plants, I would hope that over the course of the talk. I'd manage to of either on all fend off many of the questions crop up. But but the ones we've. The always comes up with with the Schlumberger when I'm talking about schwammberger's is always the the question of timing. So which we come we've discussed ourselves a few minutes back. So really, it's not there isn't any an extra question, which which suddenly pops into people's heads the, and it's more just a question of trying to explain to them to try and get an understanding of how these plants growing in nature, and then trying to mimic that and and so the whole of mytalk really designed to try and get people into that mindset as quickly as possible rather than. Try and tell them individual I prefer to try and get them into a to to understand to get an impression of how they should be trying to grow these plants because I think that's Elta midly. What what everyone should be trying to do with house plums is trying to understand how they will be happiest roles and force them into some other way of growing. I've been I've set knee a lot from our conversation, Mark. And I'm going to go inside. And just check cacti and see if they need a bit of a tweak because he had I think certainly there's a few lessons. I can learn from from what you said today say thank you so much for joining me today. Marc, very, welcome. Thank you.
"schwammberger" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"To podcasts including apple podcast spotify google play could be listened to show through i tunes is leave us a review from tim cree in fort collins colorado i'm sorry it was that the homerun derby the all star game in an era where players know they can get ten million season for eating thirty five homers even if they bad to thirty two hundred strikeouts to be surprised at the game features eight solo homers you wanna know why baseball might be in trouble the game is eighty five percents strikeouts homers makes for dull game i believe bryce harper was quoted as saying i can handle batting yes thirty if i get forty home runs and that is that is the mindset of current baseball players and by the way i guess i said this before when you watch when you watch people like muncie and schwammberger like of course you shift just they're gonna try and jacket out swore needs three hits the score muncie cry harper does it right right guys say that's what they need taylor branch not that that wow rich tony looks like he was thinking about throwing that souvenir baseball this woman said for walking into pt is live shot okay this is this is an incredible thing that happened on monday we'll talking and a woman walks right in front of the camera that is on us and you can see me react like i know what i want to say say anything 'cause we're doing the show minions that keep people like isn't this someone's job have get in there walked and later in the show of guy holding a big box of like gaffer tape and screwdrivers did the same thing with these people work there yes we were on the set next to the baseball tonight all right and they were parents being told just go over there doing a show don't you stunned gun just didn't have a stage manager for reasons that i won't go into oh we didn't have that last one off thursday but it's great that sixteen sixteen match owns tom curtis bronson goon our favorite golfer going off at four sixteen tomorrow which means gonna play 'til after nine o'clock in scotland where it's too light it's.
"schwammberger" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast
"In the way that you describe it just as if there is a dam that is holding back a river so that the river can't flow and there are a bunch of farms beneath it and the damn breaks from the standpoint of all the farmers that drowned it really really sucks doesn't you don't wanna be that from the system standpoint the river now flows effectively in is gone back to equilibrium and therefore it from a system standpoint it is effective and so that's sort of similar to what they're saying in that the system involving involves through death in mutation and that is beneficial to the system even if it sucks for the individual dying it's interesting actually to think of this do we structure our organizations to mimic nature because nature has had a really long time to figure things out i don't wanna say nature knows better because it implies that nature has consciousness in it might it might not but in any case is just had a really long time to figure things out and you know we we from our tiny perspectives have our own ideas about how to structure things sometimes we really mess it up and we don't take into consideration this bigger perspective we had a daniel schwammberger on the show a couple episodes ago and he was talking about this kind of competitive nature when it gets to the global scale it ends up in really existential bad scenarios because when there's an a finite playing field which is the earth's resources and you try to play this infinite competitive game you end up just leveling the playing field you end up destroying everything so he talks about how we have to take this holistic perspective and where we can't be competing with each other corporations can be competing with each other endlessly because we're just going to destroy everything doing actually pretty well a think tank that referred to earlier in the us in that thing.
"schwammberger" Discussed on High and Mighty
"It finally justified why the final girl is like a becomes a final girl like for the first one of these movies yeah because it's like she's a survival as my dad taught me how to do all this stuff because it's always like the girl the tiny girl wins somehow the music was fucking cool and it was like kind of like that scene when fucking who's the little indy filmmakers who gets fucking cross boat in the how gosh i don't forget or them virus no no no it's the dude who makes the mumble corn movies his name uh all it already does doesn't matter he made drinking buddies joe schwammberger learn as i or other gets a fucking outlaw in the chest or whatever yeah he's great gift for me the movie like it was trapped between camp and not can't yeah like i know it was weird to me that the family was emotionally detached but then it wasn't fun detached like i i don't know i really had any of that west one thing for us a we we the three of us agree on his or fans fans's don't ride lines 'cause we just saw happy death day same thing where it's like go harder in a comedy or go harder in horror but when you just ride the medal he doesn't work at that same way with cramp this is well same thing have just kind like i be it like desire now just decide because you could still have a pure horror movie and it be funny did we i was real moment in whatever but it it felt like it was just trying to hide but yet not enough to be both like trying to be funny and scary but then not.
"schwammberger" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show
"Who's who's a great drummer and as song called them changes and it was because i knew that joe swan the director was uh wanting to put a lot of kind of soulful uh awesome music in there and i think i was listening to the song then changes which is an incredible sum so you wanted that sort of feeling jason zeidan the yeah the viability of yourself up yeah you know you've made an interesting point four richard kind y you got away from brooklyn nine nine it had gut bacteria acted to the route ten i say character character work heralding character chao as as your wife and also a fan of your acting i think that you did a great job in one and and it's on netflixing now in people should watch it at the energy and jake is in it and it's a it's a really a film and joe is a it's a departure for china i think it's very good is it a piece of dramatic work ditches yeah tis win at all what it all meet eight comedic elements sure drama d if you joy johnston's a older brother alshakhs a gambler smalltime gambler in chicago and i'm trying to get him on street narrow and have them worked for me and my landscaping company and the the joe one swanbourne berjaud schwammberger irish wanna say schaumburg which is an suburb of outside of chicago oh but it's one but it's warmer whose wonderful independent filmmaker with his own writers vision and i think just henman winding you too to be in this film already is a win already has a win and and i was i was thrilled i'd i'd love to his movies for a long time and his rival to get those seattle i'm a big big fan of his works as he did an episode of easy for season to as much as his which is his show yes xiao showed that choose in chicago in uh i think uh i think mark a merrin his talked about doing up galliani his episode was terrific he was terrific uh magically ilott easy and it's all these enes on netflix has athletes also it's a win at all and easy got go to net flicks um.
"schwammberger" Discussed on Women Inspiring Women
"The way out in reading this book that it makes total sets rey if we begin to break down our goals into swell week anger men's we begin to celebrate beginning get or bogus the actions that we need to accomplish the goal we start planning around that we can have more success and we can be less stressed in the back the key for all us so let's decorated is this morning goal setting so number what before you can even set a goal for yourself you have to ask yourself this question what do i want to accomplish what is my vision for let's start brought let's our big thinking this is an activity that i did where got out my plan aaron and i have this row yet life planner islam is by a woman called beth in schwammberger is brilliant business moms dot com but i buy this planner right this is the first time i've ever use her cleaner but like that it's is big as organized in the very beginning unison sometime over the month of december really sitting back in just asking myself okay melanie would what do you wanna do where do vision your life over the next month what's gonna bring joy was going to review fulfillment you know what is my vision for the next twelve months and i call that my longterm vision rate and then he just looking into the future where you see yourself three to five years from now maybe some of your just in the beginning stages of building your business so where do you see yourself where do you want to accomplish would bring you joy a what do you want to have we wanna do when you wanna be in your life what is most important to you physically spiritually at mentally in your relationships in your finances professionally and personally.