12 Burst results for "Sunday Creek"
"sunday creek" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"You. Oh my gosh yes. I don't think I even have one of those. What did you get that wearing my Sunday and Craig t shirt? You don't remember. It must've have got something on the back or is it just Sunday Creek. Oh I don't think I have one I I'll see if I remember I got. I don't know if if I had it made if I didn't have or if maybe I maybe I took it from nickelodeon no idea but it's yeah sometimes when you work on his show sometimes you really do have to take things. Yeah I remember I got. I don't know if I don't know if maybe if Jay Howell gave it to me or somewhat yet But I but I have to. I have to Jane Craig. Shirts I have this one and then I have a shirt that looks like it's for the band the Dixon's yes. I think I have that black. It's black on black and white. Yeah it's black and white that that all right taken off give it to me. Okay this is basically. The this is the Sandra Craig. Podcasts at the world has been clamoring for. Let's see who years you've been on? Linda was on earlier. This year crew now is on probably who God like years ago. Yeah Yeah Matt. Jones is opening matt. Jones has been on how he hasn't on doesn't have like a new new. He's like Oh Carino. Yeah Yeah Yeah Oh my God absolutely that show and then we'll talk about a lot of things but I just have to say Sanjay and Craig was one of my favorite things. I've ever been a part of yes. We Sell Fun we so fun. It was a strange little show. It wasn't a strange show but also like I think a show that sort of one of the few two D animation shows that even gets made anymore. Yeah I mean they're still rick. And morty is you know mainly to with some. Cg stuff in there. But but I don't know that shows is really fun. The only the only problem that I ever had with the show was that Craig's scream so much like I would do these. I had to start asking for like I can only do it. I can't do a four hour session because everything is like what you know like everything that fucking character was on eleven time the vote of remember they would. They would literally stack lozenges next to the music stand. Were to keep us like healthy through it. All storylines like there was a whole episode match Jones's Character. Hector was amazing but there was a whole episode devoted to how he had never thrown up. And so we keep trying to get him to Puke the entire episode. Finally at the end we get him to look at his own but in a beer and he throws up. It was such a strange wonderful crazy so crazy I got it. So I'm I'm doing. These middle school visits as part of the this book tour for for my book and I go and I showed them some cartoon stuff I've done just to like get an in with them and tell them Sanjay and Craig and I'm surprised like kids. Kids Watch it. Like kids watched it. You know it's been a few years now and then I just did one recently where I play a little clip in. Everyone's like who did you play? They thought I was the dad. Because dads like so much browner. I'm Sanjay the data one line and the CLIP. I played you. Think bigger played that. Would it was like one of the very episode where we were like? It was the transplant episode. There's a lot of humor in whole fard episodes like entire Florida where we saved farts and I don't think it was a good thing. If it was like it was like a treasure like these these parts that we love you know Mason Jar remembering that you could say the word on television. We settled it got to the point. Where eventually I think Jim. J. Jim- Burger and Jay. How we're like I think maybe we I think the networks like maybe tone it down a little bit right but the thing with the nickelodeon shows that once you get to three seasons they effectively just run them forever. Yeah and it turns out kids will watch the same thing over and over and over again so at a certain point. They're just like yeah. We don't need to make whatever one hundred some of these kinda wish. We had one more season because the show is like it was getting so crazy. It would have been fun to see what would have happened. We we did three right. I think we did three reasons. Yeah it's funny I did. I did an ferber which has been like on forever. We started in two thousand six. And we're just we're putting on a movie that comes out next month. Oh my God. We're still requirements. I can't do the math. That's thirteen years but it was only four seasons because it's that same thing I mean we may think we've made more episodes. Maybe Sanjay and Craig but they just they just play them over and over and over and over and over again I came onto Sanjay and Craig off a show called back at the. Barnyard and Barnyard was another show that we did for three seasons and then they were just like we can just run these forever but I think the weird unfortunate corporate truth is that shows that can sell a lot of toys To be on longer because it's basically a commercial for toys. Yeah and I don't believe. Barnyard had like a big toy play and I don't think Sanjay and Craig had a big toy like spongebob is a like a billion dollar a year industry in Dora. I think also like a billion dollar industry but hurdles. Yeah exactly exactly. I've running to the turtles. I feel like we could have had some merchandising. I was like look I remember going to comecon and being like where are looking at the T. Shirt you're wearing these t shirts. I feel like kids would like those. Or where's where's the toy snake twice? Snake where is the toy snake? I don't know I I would like to. I would like answers to these questions because you have exactly. Because we're GONNA dig into the nickelodeon archives the thing about Sanjay and Craig that I loved is that there are two schools of thought for effectively like kids. Programming and one is a product of sort of science and research in psychology. Which is you know where you get. Shows that are specifically geared towards the kids brain as we know how to engage kid using science where to put colors in which quadrants of the screens or whatever. The problem with that kind of programming is that it is excruciating for the parents. The great thing about a show like Sanjay and Craig. There's a whole layer of like store owner or adult humor and as well and so I feel like you can in the same that my parents could watch the muppet show with me. Yeah this is a show that you could watch with their kids and maybe not want to stab yourself in the temple of the night because you're just watching like quote unquote kids humor. There's something for everyone on it and that's what I was really proud of. What the show. I thought they did. Such a great job with it was real. I mean I remember reading stuff about how they wanted to create something I can't remember the words but strange. Wonderful and beautiful maybe their motto and it was all of that it was strange and it was pretty wonderful. Far Char so wonderful. It was beautiful like it was I mean. Maybe that's what you're talking about the two animation that old school luck the colors gray. I remember like the posters that beautiful purple. Yeah Tree we're in. It's just like yeah. It was it was it was a pretty magical show about farts and butts like it's like they the the creators were like you know skate. Punks and yeah like Punk Rock dudes and so it very much had that it very much had that vibe. I felt like we were that show at Nickelodeon to like the PUNK. Rock within the NICKELODEON world like the punk rock show. Yeah yeah we were like we were like sort of like the outlier sort of bad boy of cartoons so awesome and GM these scale. They were like northern California right. There were like northern California like skater due to design. I think yeah. I think that's where it came from. I don't know exactly. I might be making up some facts here but I also think it's remarkable that they wrote a show that had a lead snake no but had the lead a half Indian American character and two white dude from San Francisco and that that was like cool and find and created the show that I think was really unlike I think Sanjay was the first Indian American character. That was a lead on a network cartoon. Yeah I mean there was up. Who obviously which is. That's a whole other thing. But the thing about Sandra is that his Yes he was an Indian American Kid. But but that didn't define the the the jokes were at the expense of that at all by all by all accounts he was a regular kid. And you know in in and that I think that kind of and please correct me if I'm wrong but that kind of diversity in storytelling is important because it just basically is like yeah. This is normal like this isn't right like there's nothing jokey about that. He's a regular kid with regular stuff and that's good for other kids to see better percent. I think I think it's like like if you remember. There was like a review that came out right around New York comecon time. He said something about the problem with Sanjay and Craig is that. Sanjay is an Indian enough. So what's the point of him being Indian American or half Indian because because the mom was Caucasian and his dad was Indian and he was like he was like if he's not going to be more Indian than it should just be a white character. Kaz Kids can relate to that and people were very offended by rightfully subletting. That's the thing is I think Like I was pretty like American whatever that even means like. I don't even know what that like. How even define that anymore? But a pretty Americanized kid. Who According these kids? I don't look like Sanjay but I'd like my experience was was a lot like this cartoon characters. I didn't I didn't spend the whole day like an Indian clothes eating Indian food and doing so like the fact that they wrote a cartoon that was reflective of an experience that I think a lot of brown or half around kids. This country grow up with is pretty remarkable and then also like you said he's but he's relatable to everybody right like anyone imagined. African American kids could relate to him or Japanese American or Caucasian. He's a kid he's A. He's a kid doing kids stuff and young and he has a unique background in his neighborhood. But it doesn't it's important. His average obviously import his heritage is important. But it doesn't like but again it's not the expense of the jokes right and he's you know again. You know it's funny that we're talking about this because it's just like the far jar again as a kid. When I was growing up I would have had a farm yard. You know like that and also the idea that his best friend is you know trying so hard like the fact that Craig would always put on shirts and didn't have arms and and and they just put a wig on him and he had a fuck entail. No no no and no one seemed to notice that there were no arms. I didn't seem to notice that he was a snake and pointy. Basically you know I mean to me that was a show about acceptance and growing up now just like being a kid and what's important to kids. It was interesting I feel like as Kinda Rajini as as as sort of like you know. Like the sort of rebel show that it was. I do think every episode had that the heart of it heart. I think it was about this friendship. It was about like parts and parts hearts and Barnes. What's really got together in a way if you know like rather than you know hammering kids who are watching and being like be accepting because it's important and because you have to understand it you know you kind of sneak in with the fart jokes and that opens their mind to accept all the other stuff. Yeah you know as much as we can sort of make fun of the link they do serve its access making it. Accessible to joke may be the most important literary device. They should be teaching classes. Nyu On the march to make your points. Okay so I So Willem dafoe during the podcast and a couple of days and I went to see a screening of a movie that he is in with Robert Pattinson and the two of them in this lighthouse. And it's black and white and it's already and the theater was probably seventy five people a lot of like distinguished film critics reviewers and I'm just there to watch it so I can talk about the movie and his character in the movie farts. Allot almost every time. Willem Dafoe farted in this movie. And it's not a comedy but almost every time we farted. The fucking Nadia laughed. Why was he was? He just a gase guy. He was just a crude..
"sunday creek" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Until tomorrow night they play at the natural predators tomorrow that's the update from one bills drive John Murphy Steve Tasker in our one buffalo studio joined on the line by the man who is the executive producer an analyst for NFL matchup on ESPN longtime senior producer of NFL films Greg Cosell judges Greg are you ready for championship Sunday I am ready Mercer Steve you guys ready I think you already we got hung up talking baseball a lot this week but that's you know it's I guess it wasn't a good week not a good week not a good week you know we and unfortunately it was yeah more interesting the world's going around around one bills live duty and you know do the game a couple weeks ago but we're still doing good glad you're here right a great before we get on to this weekend's games at it and you had a tweet this week which got my attention about the centennial class impala Famers including yes the great Steve sable of the of the NFL films to talk about what he meant to that organization what he meant to you and in a personal sense well certainly for the organization it's unbelievable but you know from a personal perspective because I started here in nineteen seventy nine and big gets able still around he got in the hall of fame in over years ago but she was really the guiding force as as time progressed and he was really the driver of my career which I said in my tweets would you put up he was really responsible for me doing what I'm doing because in nineteen eighty four he came to me sort of what the the germ of an idea about a match up show because at that point ESPN was just looking for programming it was nineteen eighty four a member which probably seems to someone who's twenty five or thirty they don't even know what that means but it was nineteen eighty four no one was doing football from an ex and perspective and I guess he saw something in me I don't I've been here for five years and he came to me and said Hey here's an idea tossing around in my head why don't you mess around with and I'll see ya later kind of thing and of course it's now thirty five thirty six years later and we're still doing that and I think it just worked out pretty good but the point is he was really my mentor he was my friend he was really the driving force behind me and probably so many people in the company and I'm sure they would say the same thing so what was it was a great day in NFL films on Wednesday and it's interesting to you talk about you know in a cell match up and I was a program is an idea that he came up with but it it really was and and this is why guys get to the whole thing it was pioneering nobody even yeah most people didn't know what coaches film even look like they don't know what all twenty two was they did know what ends how respective was all of this stuff people didn't even know that these games were filmed so the players and coaches could get better I mean it so it was rightly pioneering stuff and now what we take as you know football one oh one didn't exist as football one owner and that's why it I mean I this your show and you talk about pro football focus pro football reference all of the stuff it really comes down to that show in a fell match up in the idea Steve sable had almost forty years ago well it's funny you say that because it at at eagles training camp this year I happen to be there the same day that Peter king was there and I know you guys know Peter well I've known him forever and so I saw many came up to me and he said he's because I had put out somewhere that I was with the league for forty years I probably tweeted it he came up to me and said wow you know you you realize you've been with the NFL for four tenths of its existence which you know made me kind of go out and then we start talking about the match up show and he said to me do you ever think that if it wasn't for you and I I was struggle with you know patting myself on the back I'm not that kind of guy but he said if you ever think abortion for you all these other shows that now exist whether it's Tony Dungy doing breakdowns at halftime on football night in America or whatever it may be over the years he said those things wouldn't even have happened if it wasn't for you in the match up show and you know I don't tend to think like that but you know he was nice enough to write a little blurb about it in his column and you don't just made me think that you know we started all that yeah and it's we've been fortunate and and really grateful to have it go on for so long Greg Cosell talking about his show NFL matchup on ESPN it's on tomorrow morning eight thirty in the morning on ESPN two it's on twice on Sunday four AM and six thirty AM on ESPN I'm sure you're going to deal with the championship games let's talk about him and the A. F. C. I. title game the Titans in the chief of how surprised are you that the Tennessee Titans are playing in this game on Sunday creek a woman by seeing a lot as you have so you know surprise is probably not the right word I think they'd be there no but I you know I always when you study tape yeah there's always five reasons are ten reasons why you think a team could winner you think a team going to Lowes and then it depends on how games play out and he I guess what's probably more surprising to me is the fact that they're they are with the quarterback Ryan Tannehill not having thrown for a hundred yards in either of the two playoff victories that would be surprising to me but the fact that they're there because I've studied the Titans hard all year and they have good players they have good schemes particularly defensively with dean pees up I'm not necessarily surprised because they're capable but it's it's truly surprising to me that they're they are without the quarterback thrown for a hundred yards on either of their two playoff wins in both these teams in both championship games AFC NFC these teams met before in the season do you take anything away from the Titans chiefs games earlier in the year you always do Steve you know that as a former player you always look at a previous game you probably understand that the tactics will be exactly the same but seems to have foundations with what they do in terms of tactics you look for individual match ups you know you study your position you study the players are likely to play against so you always take something away that was actually the first game of the Derrick Henry runs so to speak yeah I think you had a hundred eighty eight yards on twenty three carries including a big sixty eight yard touchdown and that's sort of started the the did Derek carry freight train rolling where he became the the foundation of that offense I wondered Greg and I would think about this a lot this week is Derrick Henry like a throwback you know three hundred carries fifteen hundred yards rushing or is he may be a a sign of things to come in the NFL that you can win with a a main running back like that and that's a great question mark the league is you know because you've covered for a long time is very cyclical you know just when people think Hey this is the way it is and that's the way we're gonna be forever things change that's the history of the NFL so I'm certainly not smart enough to sit here and say Hey this is the way the legal be but I think that there's been a lot more run offenses this year in the NFL teams have focused on the run game a little more I mean look he said thirty plus carries in each of the last three games I don't think that's likely to happen on a consistent basis but you know the running game has always been important it's just how people get to it we started to reach that sort of cliche conventional wisdom statement that you need a great quarterback and I'm not suggesting your quarterback shouldn't be a factor can't be a factor but there's a lot of ways to win in this league and and I personally think they're canneries a much improved runner to this season maybe it's a function of volume but I think he's much improved yeah a couple of things about this match up Jerry can raise the first would be if they win this game the first player since two thousand five to win the rushing title and then actually get to the Superbowl so yeah you know it's turned into it is a passing league but we said earlier in the show this week all four of the top rushing teams in the NFL made it to the playoffs in the top four passing teams did not I think that maybe it's a trend it's I don't I certainly don't think it's a characteristic of a maybe it's a way that these offices of found a way to make Hey against lighter faster defenses yes this run the Derek can rezone it reminds me and I I looked it up today of the Terrell Davis and the four years he had in Denver where he was the engine of that off me with John Elway and quarterback Terrelle Davis in just what's seventy games or so went to the hall of fame with runs like a Jerry can rise put together in this late in the season he has been unstoppable you know it's funny because they are not a day that complex for multiple run game it's outside zone it's inside zone it's an occasional gap scheme run with power at delta faucet to him on occasion to get him going down hill with velocity in momentum but as I said I think he's improved I think he's become far more decisive attacking the line of scrimmage and this may surprise some people but I think he's become far more physical and confined space he was always physical if he could develop speed so if you give you got three four five steps and he got a rolling any was physical but I never thought he was as physical as his side would size would indicate when he was in confined space and now I think he is so in those two areas decisiveness and being physical and confined space I think he's improved and I think that allowed him to really do what he's been doing and the Titans of found a role for Derrick Henry in in screen passes to write great they do that on occasion because they get the ball to him in space and then he gets that big body rolling because he's kind of like a freight train I mean he's very fast for a man that size and if you can get four five steps without anybody really touching them that's why they tossed the ball to him as well at times he gets those four five steps he's fast and then he's his size really is a factor yeah and what are some of the ways that you know that Ryan Tannehill has to complement him and the guys not even thrown for a hundred yards in these games now I mean and you say you don't help throat and throat to delta wrote to Derrick Henry so what how much is Ryan Tennille really have to do certainly they're planning is the better team each week because of the nature of the playoffs but you know what do you say for see if you can in this game of what Ryan ten is going to have to do or what could he do that he hasn't done well I think we would probably agree that the chief will score some points and we don't know how many of the techniques to have a solid defense although they're beatable in certain areas but I think we'd we'd all probably believe that this is not going to be a seventeen thirteen game so the question is hack how do you score a lot of points of your Tennessee another shot play offense they hit one last week two Khalif raiment they had won against the chiefs when they played week ten that's the way they like to get the ball down the field the question is can that be enough or will we all said and done will tend to have to drop back thirty or more times which he has not done in a number of weeks so I think that's the question we're all kind of asking yes they're going to run Derek and he may run for a hundred fifty yards he may run for two hundred yards is that going to score enough points the goal of shortening the game is always admirable but Patrick homes will still get nine possessions even if the game shortened if he scores touchdowns on four or five of those then the tank you can have to score touchdowns they were very creative in the red zone last week with the jump past the speed option those things are going to be critical for them because quite honestly their defense the tines defense as been really poor in the red zone and they give up a lot of touchdowns with teams get the result these two teams met you know back in November November tenth it was the Titans wanted yet Patrick my home said a big day these refer a lot of yards four hundred forty yards passing in that game there's no reason to think they would shut him down this week I would think I know he actually had season highs in completions and yards in that game Murphy and this is an offense with so much speed so many weapons the very first formation diverse it's a really difficult offense to defend so again like I said I don't think any of us are thinking that the chiefs are going to score thirteen or seventeen points I think we're thinking that and minimum they get twenty four twenty seven so I guess we'll find out but I mean.
"sunday creek" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast
"And armour and if you do not have enough money to play lay a card there is a second use for it. You can turn it around and put it under your bought which will give you a new skill in form of a new symbol making other cards cheaper or better for example. One Card could give you a sort aiken which means you are now proficient with thoughts yes and if you then want to equip assorted card could reference that skill and cranny bonus damage or make it cheaper due to buy that item wants. Everyone is done drafting for the drawn to you have to fight monsters using your weapons to damage and your armour or to reduce incoming damage. The game has three elements which I think are interesting for us. The first one is Moody Use Carts. If you cannot afford to play a heart you still have the option to gain some advantage from it by using it as a skill and what I really like about that. Implementation is that it is not only we random use of the cart in which you would earn some money for example. It really is a meaningful decision that you make because it Krenz you skew which then later has an influence on the cost of the cartoon playing next and on the skills you use with your character early on use them to learn a skill and thereby reduce the cost of future carts that means these these discard in the future go up in value so they form your strategy. I really liked that super simple implementation of character especially especially location. It means that everyone is still competing for those carts but you get. Beethoven advantage for some card that means they go up in value for you. Let's stick with the sought example for a moment here so if you have acquired the skill of being proficient with thoughts the the next weapon that comes around that gives a bonus for a saw them bull immediately goes up in value for you and if you have a chance or or the decision to make between the sword and a bow for example. You would probably pick the sort but that doesn't mean that you are the only player Leo who wants to have that soared only because you're the only one who is proficient with it. All the other players can also play the sort if you compare this to other implementations -tations like color for example or character classes. this is in my eyes bed implementation for example. Let's say I have another implementation. Where wizard is only allowed to use spells or let's? Let's take a let's say bory. The voyage is the only one who can play sorts and in some point during the traffic sided that you will be the lawyer for example you choose the color red during the soft and then you will only look at the red it warrior cards from now on and to Sunday creek nor all the other cards so the decision that you have to make it easier but also not as deep so damn maybe cards in the pool that no one needs or that. No one is hiding over with this implementation here. All the cards can be used by. Everyone and I really liked that kind of implementation. One thing that I want to mention here is the way how the game mitigates the daunting complexity for new players. The cards are divided into three level dungeon. Dick's the first equipment take you draft only contained the basic weapons the basic armour basic spells and basic artifacts artifacts and then the second and third level decks have upgraded versions of those carts and the more complex cards by having these two or three different Datus datus. Two things are achieved. The first one is that it is easier for new players to get into the game. They have some time to get familiar with the cards before they need to read the more complex cuts and the second. Maybe even more important thing is that it crowns you the feeling of procreation in the game as you will get access to the good stuff only in the later rounds of the game so this gives you some kind of character progression which is essential for every role playing hero the game the next game is a drafting area control game from Richard Garfield about commanding a bunny kingdom and that's also held the game's called Bunny Kingdom. The game is played over four rounds and every player gets a ten to twelve cards depending on the play account and then chooses to cards per turn and they had to the next one and the Polis ulis hidden and the cuts represent different things in the game. The most important cuts are territory cots. They reference coordinates for a slot on the board on which you are allowed to place a bunny when you have this card this is how you gain control control often area in this game then you have parchment cards that are played face down and act as an individual rule that only applies to this specific player who drafted that card end it impacts the game start scoring so it changes ruled for one player so he can adapt his tactic then you also have a building carts and resource cards that are in the game to allow you to improve proof slots on the boat. There are two things in bunny kingdom which I think are very interesting from a design perspective. The first one are the individual vigil goats drafting. Your goal sounds incredibly fun to me and it doesn't really need to be complete game changing what you drive there so the goats do not have to change your entire technical so it may be it's enough to get some extra points for special task here and there or get some rewards for specific cards that you were able to draft doing the rounds and this allows you to at a secret could goal for each player which can increase the tension in the trough because you don't know who picked which goal but maybe you control some conclusions from their other picks yes and moves during the game this is something that I really really like and the second part that I think is interesting. Homo designer's perspective is the to play Burton which I already mentioned in the first part of this podcast series and when you play the game with two players each pay gets a second hand face down own that acts like a deck every turn when you draft your hand you also drawn extra Kat from the second hand which taste on in front of you. This is the simplest heck that I've seen for making traditional draft to work with two players as well because you just at a little bit of randomness and hidden inflammation that the other player dos no so no one is able to really predict two hundred percent. Send what tactic one place going for other than that a thing. The drafting aspect of the game is straightforward. It's interesting because it is combined with every control control game but the drafting of the game is pretty straightforward from my perspective. This will not be the last Richard Gaffey game for today but we four we come to the next next one we talk about dungeon draft over the cause of four around two to five players will draft heroes and weapons in Dundee draft and they will use I used them to defeat monsters and complete quests and do that because they want to earn as much experience points as possible and in in order to to recruit heroes and the weapons the place need gold which is used as a resource in the game and after four rounds the player who earned earned the most experienced points wins the game each based out of the game with nine gold and three random quest carts and then each player gets a seven cards from which he or she chooses one and peasants the rest of the NEC's player so typical drafting here again in the components components that are drafted are very interesting in this game because you do not only trough characters and weapons you also draft monsters and you have to face the monsters then but lets them go through it. Step by step you first you have the characters the couch has caused some some gold and each hero and also each weapon in the game has a class and classes are indicated by cart color and also with an icon on the card so once everyone has drafted seven cots the players come to the play phase in which they can take the turn and played lay the quest card and raft cots now and they can play the any number of cards are doing that turn provided they have this sufficient resources to do so to play the heroes and the weapons play must spent gold and then the here's and weapons remain in front of them and provide them with some special abilities when they enter the battlefield battlefield and also an attack value and this technically then is needed to defeat monsters which is another car tab that you draft during being the drafting portion of the game when they play monster they have to defeated by having more attack on the ball or equal to the monsters. There's attack cost that is printed on the card and then the players gain gold and experience points for that in addition to that they are the quest caught some from which each each player gets five in the beginning at the beginning of the game. They're not drafted and from that five each player chooses three and returns the other two and the quests quests they do not cost goad to play but they have another requirement and this requirement typically is that you need to have the appropriate appropriate class icons on the board before you can play the quest that means if a quest has the cost of three blue and three purple. We'll see a character icons then it may be played only if the player has at least three majors and three roques the quest then incredibly some special abilities and give you experience points which are important for the end game scoring of course so what I really like about the game the quest cots it's which give the players some form of direction and guidance to develop a strategy and I also liked that some Qods require other cards to be played so these prerequisites give you some interesting choice too because you always need to consider if it's worse is to draft a car that you're not able to play at the moment and you have to adjust your peaks afterwards or going for card that you're able to play right now. The next game again is Richard Garfield game and it's called treasure hunter. The players are treasure hunters on a quest for letting Derek jeter and in each of the five rounds of the game the players go through the same four locations the frosty mountains a jungle and Lavar cave and at the end they have to fight goblins and the beginning of each of the five rounds of the place gained a hand of nine cards from they have to drop their adventures the action cards and some watch docs. Would they need to fight the GOBLINS. At each of the first three locations the blades this are able to capture dress the players with the strongest group of adventurous gaines one of the treasures and the player with the least strong the crew of adventurous fetches the other one and after the three locations the players must defend themselves against plans with the help of watchdogs which just a special card type that they can draft during doing the drafting part of the game and anybody who does not own enough breath sufficient watchdogs loses some of of the ledger after five rounds have been played the Blair with the most treasure wins and the game started with fifteen coins for each player and nine carts and then the trigger that can be earned in each of the three realms is randomly picked from pile and revealed so the players know what they can earn from each of the realms then they have to pick one of the nine cots compare the the rest to the next play until everyone has nine cards for each realm each player then has to play their colored adventurer cards and it is determined who wins the treasure by calculating the lowest and highest value of the cards so how does it what with eight venturous adventure caught a very very simple they just have a color that matches one of the realm so PLU adventurous for the ice cream adventurous for the changle and read adventurous for the Larum in addition to that they also have a value between one and twelve and that's it the player with the most points points in around get the treasure and the one with the least points get the other data from thematic point of view that sounds a little bit strange but from a gameplay perspective it makes kind of sense because it is easier to be in the middle with some at least adventures of that color then getting almost almost none of the the adventurous or at least one with a very low value so then in addition to the adventure their action cots what's which can be drafted which for example multiply the point value for a specific round or make you a moon to the Goblin intact for this round on only gave the value of another action card and then we also have doc carrots which are needed to fight the Goblins at the end and coin cards which gives you a plane amount of of gold foil treasurer what I like about the game is the combination of the steady adventure ikat cuts and the interactive action cuts I like the action cards. BECA- they add much to the game. The adventures are really really staticky. There's not much going on the cards and with the Action Qods players have them form of a technical and to to react on each other and I'm to react on the choices of the other place that is very important for the game I think and what I do not lie about the game is the missing synergy between the cuts from my point of the game relax a little bit here because well yes there are some cod that give you additional money for for for certain colored cards but somehow it's technically a bit too simplistic at least for me but when I talk about too simplistic realistic this could also be interpreted as good thing because the H. recommendation of the game is eight plus and for this target group this could could be the exactly the sweet spot of complexity..
"sunday creek" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"Monitor under copyright twenty nineteen. What sounds to cosmic cod make cod cod cod makeup mhm granting. That's dr leila hatch she. He studied the sounds of the ocean and then haddock make a thumping a repeated something that's really thump thump thump thump thump and can't ain't get louder and often <hes>. You're not really listening to one individual. You're listening to a chorus of individuals. I'm not under science reporter. Eva botkin co aki we often think of the ocean as a whole other world silent and completely completely separate from are out but it's not so silent and we're not so separate the ocean is quite noisy and we're making it even noise ear which has major implications that were just beginning to understand when i talk to people about the noise we introduce the ocean and the first thing i do is ask them to close their eyes because i don't think people can be a fully present for their ears without shutting down our most dominant sensory input but the moment moment that we do we start to really pay attention to just how much we rely on our hearing and i think that's when when you start to have some empathy for what the experience is losing that curse think of self as as captain kirk of the fish world you know so you're you're out going where no one's ever gone before dropping a hydrophone in. That's dr rodney roundtree. He calls himself the fish listener because he's on a decades long quest to record and identify. The many unknown sounds that fish make much to my wife's dismay every promissory vacation. I lug hydrophone along and drop it into water. Hydrophone by the way is an underwater microphone. My producer and i met matt rodney on the town dock and to massachusetts on cape cod one july evening. We were hoping to experience the thrill of listening to a chorus of fish rodney showed up in a hawaiian shirt that had a tropical fish design. He told us it was one of about twenty five his mom had made for him before she died. He was all business at first he dropped a hydrophone in the water hooked it up to his laptop a recorder and two sets of headphones he also filled a small plastic kiddy pool with seawater cast to fishing lines and toss traps into the water then the three of us settled into camping chairs put on the headphones and waited for something to happen. If i stuck my head in dan pair would i be able to hear the fish and some of them you would fact i was demonstrating this to some students at rutgers some years ago when i was on a floating dock and some students came out and one guy was so excited he was like really can and so he immediately dunks his head underwater it starts trying to listen and then of course he had to make sounds too so sometimes you can hear fish. If you listen listen like the toadfish and the cuss kills a lot of times you don't hear him 'cause you're just too busy or too. Active and sounds are muffled sitting on the dock with rodney. I was able to hear the underwater world on muffled. It almost sounded like i'd stepped onto another planet. We were listening for one fish in particular cuss skills. They get their name from their long. You'll like bodies. The males make a distinctive mating call right around sunset to attract females and a bunch of them together makes it quite the chorus underwater actually twenty years ago rodney discovered discovered that cuss skills live on cape cod by dropping hydrophone in the water at the very same talk. We sat on but the night we met rodney. The cuss skills were mysteriously seriously quiet. Okay mr catskills here. Show me up as the hours ticked by the the sunset. The streetlights nearby clicked on and the stars started to come out a steady dripping sound came from the hydrophone which rodney said probably meant his kiddie pool had how to leak but no skills. I did hear another fish sound. Though that was a fun sunday creek you go fish make sounds in a variety of ways sometimes they twitch muscles near their swim bladders or robotic parts together but some scientists rodney..
"sunday creek" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"This is down for a base it, they're gonna wave Cain around third. Here comes the throw home. It's cutoff score yelich drives number fifty five and the brewers have tied at two of the three runs at the brewers scored tonight that is the only run that is driven in the other run scoring one on a while. Pitch the other on a pass ball. The brewers did not have that. Clutch thing going tonight. They go one for eight with runners in scoring position. This brewers extra innings four one four seven nine nine one six twenty four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. The accurate mortgage talk text line, you could tweet in at map Pauley on air emit a U L E Y on air. Bob texting into the program who will be more consistent moving forward will be chase Anderson or Jimmy Nelson and do I think that chase. Is getting any better on not giving up the long ball. So a couple of things there in terms of consistency. I think chase Anderson is going to be more consistent. I just, I don't know what you can expect from Jimmy Nelson at this point. And that's not me taking a shot at him. He's coming back from a shoulder surgery that baseball players do not come back from this is somewhat unchartered territory. And I think there's going to be days where it looks good and days where he doesn't look good. And you're probably as long as he stays in the rotation. That's just sort of what you're going to have to put up with over the course of the season. I think chase has been pretty darn consistent. He has one start this year. That was unequivocally. Not good. That was that game against Miami. Where he went four innings giving up four runs and he gave up three home runs in that game as well. If you remember though in that game, the brewers lost that sixteen nothing. You can make the arguments that night one two three four six pitchers. Were used one of which was airman Perez, who had the best day of any pitcher so of the five actual pitchers that went out and through chase Anderson, probably had the second best day of anybody giving up four runs in four and he's just a weird night, but you look at what Anderson has done. He said a couple of star for hasn't gone deep where he's only gone through four innings so you not that those are good starts. But in one of them, we gave up one run and the other one he gave up three runs. I just don't think he's pitched poorly. I think the shows that three point eight zero ERA. That's, that's, that's fine. And I so no, I think Anderson done nice job this year. And I think he's going to continue to be fairly consistent. And I think there's a lot of pressure on the four starters not named Jimmy Nelson, to really be able to perform every time out just to take pressure off of Nelson. The last thing this team probably wants is to be in some sort of losing streak going to Nelson or there's pressure on him to be that stopper, or there's pressure on him to find a way to end losing streak. And that, that's not what you want on Jimmy Nelson. You gotta treat Jimmy Nelson right now. It really has the number five starter and treat it more like this is a guy coming back. I don't think we're gonna see whatever Nelson becomes at his best his baseball career moving forward. And I don't know if that's going to be similar to what he was before. He got injured. Maybe it's better. Maybe it's worse. I don't know. But whatever his mountain top is moving forward. I don't think we're going to see it this year. I think that's something that's gonna come along. At some point next year. He's going to finally get a regular off-season. At the end of this season. Go into spring training just like every other pitcher and finally get into that routine, I think this year is just going to be a roller coaster when it comes to Nelson. And I know when I say that it's kind of this negative feeling to it. I'm not mad. I'm not upset about that. When I when you look at what he went through that's the process that you have to take. It's the same thing with print suit or once he gets back. We don't know if suitors gonna pitch this year, not if he does, it's going to be really late in the year. But it's any guy who goes through Tommy, John surgery, which is what sooner had they're not the same. When they first get back. Eight takes them. It takes them. Awhile actually pitching just because they're healthy and be on a major league mound doesn't mean that they're back to being or they were at been texting in sane, rare disease. Zach Davies give up two home runs, bad umpiring, and timely hitting conspiring against. The brewers will try again tomorrow afternoon with any luck. It'll be a bounce back. Start for Jimmy Nelson Sunday creek, Sean set going back to Nelson for a second, which I think is really, really key. I think there is something to be said for Nelson pitching on the road and not having all the pomp and circumstance that went along with what happened in his first start. The emotions are running. I mean he's making his season debut. It's his birthday. He's doing it at home. He's been through twenty one twenty two months of rehab. He comes out onto the field. Everybody's going crazy forum tips, the cap like none of that's normal. None of that is normal, and I don't care if you're a pitcher, I don't care what you are in terms of being an athlete athletes, perform their best when things are routine routine is a huge part of sports, and there was just nothing routine about that. I start for Nelson. So tomorrow him. I'm able to have just a routine day is just a normal road game. Most people who are sitting in the stands at oracle park tomorrow, still weird saying that oracle park aren't are going to have no clue what he's been through to get to the point of where he's at. That's that's gonna be good for him that I think that's going to be a better indicator of who he is. And what he is going to be moving forward. Four one four seven nine nine one six twenty four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accurate.
"sunday creek" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Mass. Listen every Sunday morning at nine. Stay tuned for the encore presentation Sunday nights at six on talkradio six eighty WCBS cold front ride through and the high net frontal system. Very nice weather Cummings, a matter of fact, see it as early as late night tonight, still looking at that severe thunderstorm watch, and the winds large hail possible with any of these storms. Then we gradually cleared out lately, fallback the mid fifties, Monday, sunshine sixties seventies clear right around fifty Monday night mid to upper seventy Tuesday. Jeff over the Weather Channel talkradio six eighty WCBS though, this is Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore, and you're listening to Catholic bulb Amore on talkradio six eighty WCBS Catholic Baltimore is a weekly radio program, hosted by the archdiocese of Baltimore. Airing each Sunday following the broadcast of the radio massive Baltimore. We are grateful to our Catholic radio partners for sharing with us some of the content in this program and for the opportunity to bring public Catholic programming to the arched ice more every Sunday. Creek with us today on capitol Baltimore Arca talk about an upcoming. Visit relics of Saint Pio of sina basilica of the national China, the assumption of the blessed Virgin Mary in downtown Baltimore June fourteenth and fifty channel Arca is an crossover artists keynote speaker and philanthropist, whose international work has to put a charitable causes in Europe and the United States in April two thousand fourteen he founded assumed the role of president and chief executive officer of the Saint peel foundation, a US nonprofit organization, dedicated to the promotion of the awareness of Saint peel,.
"sunday creek" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"We are grateful to our Catholic radio partners for sharing with us some of the content in this program and for the opportunity to bring public Catholic programming. The arched is all the more every Sunday. Creek, the Catholic view with us today on capitol, Baltimore Luchino Narcan, talk about an upcoming. Visit relics of Saint Pugh of KEPCO. See, now the basilica of the national China, the assumption of the buffet for Mary in downtown Baltimore June fourteenth fifteenth channel Arca is an crossover artists, keynote speaker and philanthropist, who actually work has to put a charitable causes in Europe and the United States in April two thousand fourteen he founded assumed the role of president and chief executive officer of the Saint, he'll foundation nonprofit organization, dedicated to the promotion of the awareness of Saint peo-, and his carrying nationally and internationally by working with institutions and individuals who share the same vision of serving those in need of relief from suffering. Welcome to the show. John, thank you very much. Wow. Can you tell us about Padre Pio and why he's been rated pointed holiness, but appeal was ease cappuccino monk a couple of years? Who was born in nineteen eighty seven and who passed away in nineteen sixty eight. 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And that's the day off to the boy was meet actually hill. Now DC's. Musical that, that Holy See proclaim as a toot and expedite then P affordability, and then for the second medical for documentation lives, I met so many so many faithful who have been musicals to the decision view. I will say my musical what brought me with my wife and the beginnings. But he told them I was to wanted very much to found up when they might bring the letter appeal to, to let the peel on known and saw that people in this country might be humor black, and following these teaching in short my wife and I have speed and seven cottages. Stop being made it up to two dozen ten to what I we went to Sandra Bundy on the to play on his body. And then when I met one friend who today still alive was being my spiritual director back when I wasn't Monsignor PD Galina depend on the twentieth and still alive today and. The name Monday like by the case, a lot of people, he's, he's all men salt. So he predicted that assign was going to up to continues candidates, but nothing, our fade. And you also called me that there was big plan for me in making known injury medical now, Betty mind, that was to touching eleven I was internet petro Medica come my only goal was to become a successful scene. Good, which is my main, proficient, and competing that, that she meant well predicted, we had some kind of just and he gave up radical other peo- hand in hand. O'clock. Feel that he had. Seople Diplock and the moment he opened ziplock sensitive roses there was we went anybody inside the room by the Senate of roses famous to be felt by those who felt by the presence. We stopped crying my weapon I get it out. That's a long study showed in two thousand fourteen hundred foundation and December two thousand fourteen and my wife said that I'm once again, and now we have less about. I'm sorry for your life, but it also sounds like you've been blessed with seduction being born. Yes. 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"sunday creek" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"He's hitting, home runs, down in LA, by the way more home runs than. Anybody on the, giants presently. By the way I want to show cope out because you always learn some cool little factoid you're gonna listen to cope like for example. I heard you say this. Today and I hadn't. Realized this. Not that's is. Pretty actually pretty timely and relevant where you were, just talking about the let you said today the lack giant moves on trade deadline come and gone mile my meanwhile the. Padres are making moves that really register with me, because I was like you know. What, the. Padres are pulling levers and with the. Giants are just chilling the? Top ten? Prospects A guy who could be, in the bigs right now or wait till next year what. We're building to compete for let me ask you let's just play. Devil's. Advocate so what would, the what would they like the mindset or the approach be through the giants for not making moves like in terms of like maybe bettering your team for next year with an eye. On next season like hey. Let's bring a, young kid in now if we can we'll pick up a prospect here and there for one of our guys I don't know who I'm not setting the trade up but. I'm just saying what would the mindset, beat to not do that the, only thing I can think of and to me this isn't this doesn't play, to a mindset? Of plays more do an excuse is we need to stay below, the one ninety seven Yeah we can go after Bryce this off season, they can't say we're going after. Bryce but that has, to be the assumption that. Must be the never thing that doesn't make any sense to me is you knew on deadline day it was likely and I I've got a theory that they probably knew the day of the Johnny Cueto was gonna. Have, to, have Tommy John right right so you don't come out, and say that because it hurts your leverage if you're trying to pick. Up a back end starter because then somebody says well, we're going to get, you then if we know you need a pitcher? So I get them not saying anything about it but, now you know he's got Tommy John Jonah they did nothing. To even I mean an extra bullpen arm right minor league free agent Right right Anything that would have helped get through the rest of this season and keep you intact? For next it's been. Tough man, I mean the giants like. They can't they. Can't win they no matter how they seem to slice. It up, I mean because a couple of, years ago let's be. Honest cope I didn't really know you that well at, the time but when they signed Cueto, and Somare Joe was all for, it said those are. Great moves these are good arms. Established arms Marsha doesn't have the track record of, Cueto necessarily but, you know he's, a. Workhorse not he's gonna. Give you he never gets hurt until. This year, so we we can't be. Too? Critical right they did make moves that helped the club put them in the postseason when they brought those guys and and, that's is would you rather be it seemed like the as who won't go out and make any moves. Or teammate the giants who has, been proactive and I think that just because this is maybe the outlier year where they. Weren't, proactive yeah you're coming off, the ninety. Eight losses you felt like I should have got all in to try to make this happen, this year and then it leaves you with this big question Mark of what where's this thing? Going like I have no idea what the move is now for next year with your number two on the DL, you've got you've, got, over One. Hundred million, committed to nine players and. Bumgarner is going. To be a free agent can we call this series. I mean, you could probably say this about, other series of certainly. Series that are coming up shortly but is this the, most important series of the year so, far this four-game set because you, could actually if you. Really go out there and ball. You can help your own costs dramatically Kobe let's, say we take, a three out, of. Four suddenly everything would. Feel different like everything would feel dramatically. Different look, when you're a playoff race, and? You're fighting for a wild card and you, got a lot of teams to jump let's face it every game from now, until September thirtieth or until you're mathematically eliminated officially becomes the most important game of the year but this. Series because it's in the division, because as a team that's ahead of you absolutely it matters more of these games count. Double, you lose a game you're, guaranteed to. Lose ground that day to a team that's ahead you can't have it so three out of, four I think in that may be a tall ask a pig gotta start against Grinky but? Three out of four that has to be where the bars at right now if you. Wanna make some headway you, can't even really Afford to to because then you're just you, know you're still losing days you're losing calendar, days you're losing games you're not picking. Up, ground and you can't have it why have the. First three matchups in front, of me and I'm going to. Assume Holland gets the start on Sunday I think but tonight obviously Bumgarner, Grank he great matchup tomorrow you got Stratton against. Corbin corvettes tough and then you got Saturday's you'll see swore as against a buckled and I believe that would bring up Holland right. On Sunday creek his arm in the rotation so look at you like you said it's. A. Tall order is ain't gonna be easy, but, if you want to. Be a playoff team go act like a playoff team. Go beat. A team that you. Need to be you could. Win three or four thirty laughing because you, made them laugh. And wanting to try to cause you can win three or four and you could and I'm not trying. To be pessimistic yeah yeah it's, alright generally pretty optimistic I I agree but I would say this because they're playing a. Team. That's, right in front, of him And there are free teams in fire from they could. Win three or. Four, and, still leave, this weekend down five games in the Nevada yo easily, axes lot they were just yeah The. Dodgers, are. Heating up we need some help well here you go yeah the dodgers are heating up and they who are they going against today let me check this all. Out yesterday yeah, yes Okay. And then oh. By the way NFL football. Tonight if anybody cares the. Hall of fame game. Kobe, I could see. You, he's got the of course that's right writer bears Ryan Chicago Bears fan? Cova Alice about it tell us all. About, yourself My fandom roquan Smith. Number one draft pick hey by the way to further entice a a young Kobe with, the sauce paulie MAC viewing party tonight primarily revolving around. Giant baseball but I'm willing to bet we could. Have those guys flip on your bears game for your thank you gave some, bears, wall twenty, five screens, screens as far as I can see I love it and I'll be DVR in any. Way so DVR in, the hall. Of fame gave money I just I got to see what my bears. These young kids like like unfortunately roquan Smith you know their number one pick? Won't be on, the, field because they. Haven't, got, him, signed yet last guy on Seinfeld big deal the first rounders quibbling over a clause in. A contract about guaranteed money should he get. A, suspension due. To the new helmet injured new helmet rule so there's that yeah it's the bears yeah they're. They're. They're really, just, a on type, organization what the, bears play in a preseason game tonight they, don't, have their first round. Pick sign yeah, that's great you could. Tell that I'm. Thrilled about it if we could just. Circle back for one second To the San Francisco Giants in coves point, is, very well, taken about, you could take three out of four and still lose ground but and it's not about. Pessimism it's not about, optimism it's. About realism about where these teams out right now it's about being realistic. And about what the expectations should be but you can't get caught up in? What's going on, with, any other series. Any, other, teams, if you take three out of four guess what you've just won six out of seven. Games okay now you can officially call that. Gaining, some momentum. Bonus close to give them a boost where I think the two-game set in San Diego bounce Let. Me. Bounce dropped the balance the balance to this Rb l. style by the way it's a pretty good fabric softener for your laundry but go ahead Spring fresh okay Andre yesterday. Bring. Fresh fresh actually I do have some bounce right. Now Okay, but six out of seven that, is I would consider a legitimate balance especially. Winning six out of seven Indiana listen, is what they would have? Done if they take three, out of four are you gonna legitimate balances and I'll agree with COPA. Get all use a good balance, right about now bouncing a positive direction if you're a forty Niner fan we'll let the ball bounce, your way again today. Because it is the forty nine. Days of. Forty nine or. Season tickets a contest doesn't stop. For anybody can't stop won't stop Ryan you know how to do it when you hear the when you hear the key nine foghorn you. Hear the key word of the day that is.
"sunday creek" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The wfan sports desk sponsored by parker wakeman here is bob eusler larry the yankees just took care of business against the first place club winning two out of three against the defending world series champion astros now they take aim at a last place club the yankees and orioles at camden yards i four with baltimore first game of eleven game road trip for the yankees the orioles have thirty nine losses no team in baseball has more sunday creek gets the start for new york andrew cash for baltimore sandy alderson held court today at city field the mets general manager talking to the press before the start of a nine game homestand the mets just split a fourgame series down in atlanta in the two losses the mets bullpen blew leads but the pen is not alderson's biggest headache i'm actually not as concerned about the fishing and that depth as i am about the fact that are starting fishing is has not been gone going even five innings consistent tonight the mental get no more than four innings from their starting pitcher at seth lugo comes out of the bullpen makes his first started the season i guess the cubs started a four game series logo versus jose can tana earlier today city field david wright played catch in the outfield spent a couple of years since right saw game actions nice to get out there today it was nice to you know throw for a little bit and i think every day who i started trying to ramp it up a little more and more he expects to begin baseball activities at one two three weeks for the fourth consecutive year warriors and cavs me to the nba finals game one tonight kevin love has cleared the concussion protocol he will play tonight for cleveland sports at fifteen and forty five around the clock bobby slur ten ten win sports this is marie to walk coming up tonight on cbs news at eleven.
"sunday creek" Discussed on People Helping People
"Can you see that when you're at the festival I was like a festival Gore. Some of them yeah we. We'll always have our conveyor belt sort of the the star of the show but we don't always bring the canned baylor the compost shredder. It's they're pretty loud machine so so you know we don't want conflict with the music and other you know different aspects of the event itself so it sounds like you've been very adaptive over the years developing new ways of reducing waste. It's sort of an adventure. You know there's only so much planning you can do before the event and then you just try to hit the ground running and there's always going to be be a challenge that comes out of left field that nobody expected and everybody just bends over backwards to to find a solution and make it work and then you put it in the book for the next event so so what type of challenges have you come up at a festival all sorts of things sometimes a piece of equip- equipment will break break and we need to figure that out sometimes somebody forgot the tripod for weighing bags and we need to scramble around and find some other way that that we can hang our scale up and and do the weights and all that stuff yeah all kinds of stuff the regular badness of whatever happens the from day to day and the other piece of it too is that we're usually working pretty late into the night and at a lot of these events the main stage shuts down and everybody's walking back to their campsite and we might be the only tent that still out there with the lights on so when folks at the show are having a tough time or when they've lost their friend end or you know whatever it is sometimes they just need pointed in the direction of the first aid tent or something like that but you know we're usually right in the thick of it and we always have folks coming up and asking. US questions or you know have problems that they need help solving so it's cool we get to be you know rating in the community of the whole of the whole works now. Hey how late do you usually work into the night. You know it depends event to event but we usually try to go at least until the main stage is finished and we can do kind of a last sweep as most of the crowd leaves just to get right behind him and pick up as much stuff as we can so now you mentioned before that you came to this while you're in the Americorps or can you tell me a little bit about America so I I actually had moved back to town because a friend of mine had moved back and I realized I was jealous so I came back and I was planning on going to school at Ou but was going to wait a semester and just settle a bit and I was looking for summertime job on craigslist and I found the Americorps Americorps positions with rural actions. Ohio Stream restore core so I signed up and basically the AMERICORPS program is you put in a year's worth of service. I think it amounts to seventeen hundred hours throughout the year and you get a living stipend during that year so you only make at least at the time I'm that I did it. It was a thousand dollars a month. So I guess the ideas you know we're helping people in poverty for the most part and kind of get in the mindset of living in the shoes of what that feels like but they also help you with other types of assistance programs if you need them so they get part of the program is as you know getting the food stamps or different heating programs or housing programs to and then at the end of your year of service you get a an education award board which is the. I think it's hand in hand with the value of a pell grant at the time that I did it. It was fifty five hundred dollars which can go to additional additional schooling or be applied to college program also other certification programs or it can be used to pay off student loan. So that's the direction I I went in. I had a good bit of student loan debt so so I did two years of the service and at the end of the two years I had something like eleven thousand dollars to pay off on student loans so says a pretty good deal and then the Americorps side of it is mostly direct service so hands on getting your hands dirty working with the community unity and then there's an Americorps Vista side of it which is mostly built around capacity building so helping your host site really increase increase their ability to to get hands on and do all this other things now do keep in touch with any any fellow volunteers or the Americorps yeah definitely only on the program at least our program. was very tight knit. There were three of US within the zero waste program rural action but all of the other stream restore core programs and sustainable agriculture and sustainable forestry we all work out of the same buildings so I think across the board there was something like Mike Twenty Six AmeriCorps volunteers in the program so over the course of the year. You're doing all these trainings together and doing all these different projects and helping each other with each other's projects projects even to this day. I think it's been three or four years since I was in the program and there's a few folks that you know we hang out every week all of us now you know you came came back and you're you're involved in social enterprise. Have you noticed anything else about other Americorps volunteers. Do they tend to get involved in an similar projects after they leave. Yeah I think so even if it's not running with the exact project that they're working on during their Americorps term. I think that doing this work through this as program specifically I guess that's all I can speak for but but through this program you know there's a lot of community partners and other nonprofits and other the local businesses and movers and shakers that you're introduced to and and do work with and I've seen a lot of folks that go through the program they might have come from state surrounding Ohio but they've stayed in Athens Ohio and kind of kept up with the relationships that they built through their Americorps service. You also mentioned that so you came here. zero way started as a program enroll action so I did my service with the zero waste program rural action and then at the end of my term of service purpose. I think it's two thousand fifteen that year the director of our program he took a job in Columbus with Waco. the solid waste authority of Central Ohio Ohio hopefully I got that right and so I found that as we're moving into that last event season in two thousand fifteen a lot of the work that we do with organizers organizers and and feet on the ground at the event was kind of put on my plate to continue organizing it and to continue keep in the project running as smoothly as it did when he was in charge so at the end of my term of service which was August of that year kind of found myself in a unique position because a lot of the knowledge around what we did I was going to be leaving with me out of the program and we were able to kind of uh work with rural action around the idea that this project could could be a viable social enterprise. If we got enough clients to support the work that we do so at that point it was a matter of really trying to reach out to as many advanced it says possible spread our service around the state and beyond and try to scale our efforts to support a years worth salary for the team and you know and hopefully make enough money to continue to expand the effort but also contribute back to rural action which is sort of parent of this whole project gotta go and what other projects does reelection to the other real big one that they do is called the Chester Hill Produce Auction and that's run by the sustainable agriculture program okay so that's real actions other main social enterprise and what they do is they bring a lot of local farmers a lot of amish. Mesh folk out to an auction once or twice a week. When stays is the main day. It's actually really lively and really fun. They've got you know auctioned front just like spouting off numbers and calling people out and stuff but it's it's a really cool way to you know stay connected to the community but also so to get some bulk produce for pretty cheap so a lot of the local restaurants make a weekly stop out there in addition to the farmers market to to get all their produce and source that locally and then you also mentioned that they do a lot of work with streams in water ways. Yes a lot of the other programs are based around on watershed restoration. Okay there is a lot of coal mining in the area and so because of that there's a lot of acid mine drainage and acidic creeks and and and stream ways so they've got a very different projects throughout the region The Sunday Creek watershed restoration project the Monday creek watershed restoration gratien project and then we also do work pretty closely with the Raccoon Creek project as well and they use a couple of different systems to dose the streams dreams with Limestone and balance out the Ph and they've seen a lot of really great success in all those different streams bringing all kinds of species back to the streams streams that previously had had not been there anymore not school now shifting back a little bit to zero waste. I'm curious just on a global scale back in two thousand four. I remember watching the story of stuff. which was this film about? How the whole manufacturing process this was generating waste from start to finish just how much kind of uncontrollable waste that we were generating as a human species and I'm just curious from your perspective set-back of like how you see things going or what do you think are opportunities in the future. It's pretty daunting when they do those like life cycle analysis. Let's let's you know kind of follow. These products start to finish their. You know a lot of things that we consume. Nowadays are just you know surrounded by waste. I it is a Dongting challenge but I think that there is a solution in there. I know that can't remember his name but the fellow that does Tara Cycle. which is another really cool business? snus is always talking about you know the real solution to that whole side of manufacturing is producing products that are biodegradable double or compostable win. They're finished so you might wear a t shirt but when you're finished with a t shirt maybe it's made out of nylon or some kind of polyester. Mr Something and ultimately is going to end up in the landfill and be contributing to the waist but if we could take a step backward and while were manufacturing these products and producing them thinking about what is the what is the last step of its journey and where's IT GONNA end. It is something that's a hemp t shirt or cotton t shirt or something that's one hundred percent natural and biodegradable ultimately than we could really take a big step at cutting back on the waste that reproduce without having to reduce what humankind consumes because that's a whole other challenge. That's neat but as cool philosophy I I really like now have you have you noticed anything in the industry at a whole of moving towards more biodegradable materials or more more environmentally saw materials or is it still as as a whole. I think there's been a couple of good jabs but unfortunately you know the one. I'm thinking can of that. Just POPs in my mind is years back when sun chips came out with that biodegradable bag and I I watched a guy do a speech wants and he came came up and started the speech by wrinkling the bag the microphone and said this is the sound of the future. You know the biodegradable chip bag and I thought it was great you know I think that's that's definitely the avenue that we need to move down but unfortunately I think that the consumers of sun chips said that the bags were too loud and they didn't like it so so I'm pretty sure they they retracted that whole step but I think that's kind of the solution and I've Kinda said for a few years now that like you know we're always going to have these folks that WanNa make the money producing something and if you take them out of the picture of somebody else is GonNa come in that really doesn't care about the environment that just care about the money so I think that you know the real solution is contending unique and creative ways to show these people that they can make more money doing what's right and what's sustainable for the earth versus the alternative I think I think that's true across the board of social enterprise that you have to deliver quality product and quality service otherwise ultimately. It's not going to hold up. I I don't know what all those answers are but you know maybe we can think as a community on what does unique and creative ways are one effort is focused on on one area that you can tackle and festivals are huge generator waste because people go there consume food and other materials if a lot of that ends up in the dumb. There's a huge huge opportunity there to to foot NAMA. Ted Yeah and I think that I think I speak for our whole team. When I say that we found a really really cool niche where air we get to try to provide a good service and feel good about what we're doing work that we're contributing toward in the environment and the community but also you know carving out a niche. That's we're not really stepping on. Other people's toes were trying to find trying to find money in the trash so that's cool yeah and it sounds like another key thing that you've done is just built a community around it where you're having fun while you're you're sorting this and you're pulling in volunteers tears and giving them an enjoyable experience yeah part of that. It's been cool to events. People are walking by and they're like. I can't believe what you're doing right now. like where's the gloves. I'm jumping on so we always have people walking up and you know just chatting about the work we do and look into get involved which is which is pretty awesome awesome. Oh that's cool Do any of the music artists notice what you're doing. Yeah you know we've had a few different folks. Come down and talk to us so a couple things things that come to mind a few of the events we work are actually hosted by some different bands so we do one in Pennsylvania called Dome Fest hosted by the pigeons Playing Ping Pong which is pretty interesting name but so those guys are really cool..
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