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Safety Third is a weekly show hosted by William Osman, NileRed, The Backyard Scientist, Allen Pan, Peter Sripol, and a couple other YouTube "Scientists". Sometimes we have guests, sometimes it's just us, but always: safety is our number three priority.
 
This podcast is the safety meeting you wish you were in. Matt and Joe speak frankly on what safety really is and are not afraid to tell it how it is. Although they do talk about the various aspects of safety and many differing safety programs, they make it interesting. Many tips and tricks of the trade are reviewed and discussed. This podcast is intended to enrich and inspire others to generate better safety cultures and improve the bottom line for their companies. This podcast uses the foll ...
 
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System of Systems

Adam Lehrer and Will Samson

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"You are an old man who thinks in terms of nations and peoples. There are no nations. There are no peoples. There are no Russians. There are no Arabs. There are no Third Worlds. There is no West. There is only one holistic system of systems, one vast and immane, interwoven, interacting, multivariate, multinational dominion of dollars. Petrodollars, electro- dollars, multi-dollars, Reichsmarks, rins, rubles, pounds, and shekels. It is the international system of currency which determines the ...
 
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In Alex Bienstock's second edition of his SOS side project, Collectin' Scalps with Stock, Alex and Adam converse with artist, curator, and former Real Fine Arts co-director Ben Morgan-Cleveland. For 10 years, Ben was the co-proprieter (alongside artist Tyler Dobson) of Real Fine Arts. Arguably the most interesting gallery in New York during the 201…
 
In this new episode, Morbid Books editor and writer Lev Parker joins the show for the second time, this time bringing along none other than the divine philosopher and poet Nina Power, who of course just wrote a beautiful afterword for Adam's new book 'Communions'. A wide variety of topics are addressed, from the middle class tendency towards being …
 
In this episode, we are joined by Janie, a young poet operating in the realm of Substack and a young singer who recently started posting songs to a Soundcloud page. We discuss poetry here, mostly, everything from Robert Desnos to Ghostface Killah to John Asheberry to Darby Crash, and try and ponder a role for poetry in liquid modernity. Adam also e…
 
We're celebrating Halloween, fear, terror and disquiet for this two part episode folks! Announcing herself as a new reoccurring guest host, fan favorite Bimbo Ubermensch joins Adam and Will to discuss our favorite horror-tinged records and visual art works. Favorite Horrific Records: Adam:Dead Reptile Shrine 'Burning Black Infinity' (https://www.yo…
 
In 'Collectin' Scalps with 'Stock', a System of Systems side project, Adam takes second mic handing over creative direction to none other than based swaggot, artist, and former guest Alex Bienstock. In this series, the boys go undercover in the scourges of the New York art world, interviewing friends and foes alike to get to the bottom of the trans…
 
We're celebrating Halloween, fear, terror and disquiet for this two part episode folks! Announcing herself as a new reoccurring guest host, fan favorite Bimbo Ubermensch joins Adam and Will to discuss our favorite horror-tinged novels and films. Tune in next week for part 2, where we will discuss our favorite scary records and visual art works. Fav…
 
PREVIEW (Full Episode on Patreon): Electronic music producer, sound artist, and Diagonal Records head honcho Oscar Powell joins the show to discuss imminent fatherhood, his evolution from a burgeoning global DJ to a muted and surreal sound artist, his new album 'Piano Studies', working alongside the late Editions Mego head and experimental music go…
 
System of Systems, at long last, is back. First things first, Ben AKA the Perpetual Self Optimizer is no longer the producer/co-host, and we want to thank him for all the great work done on this program. Replacing him is none other than former guest Will Samson, who takes over production duties and second mic. Welcome him! In our first episode back…
 
Matt and Joe discuss the many ways to build the foundation of a new culture. It all starts with values. what is valuable to your team and your organization. Joe and Matt bring up different ways in which a team can discuss their values and how to express them. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podco…
 
In this episode, Adam is joined by Bimbo Ubermensch aka SANDRA and host of the Pleasure Helmet podcast Ilydivna aka Dana to talk about two recent pop culture spectacles equally flawed and fascinating. We are talking about Kanye West's 'DONDA' and the release parties that Kanye threw to celebrate its publication, as well as Leos Carax's new English …
 
Writer Will Samson hangs with Adam to discuss Public Enemy, Throbbing Gristle, industrial and rap music more broadly, and his recent article for Apocalypse Confidential. SOUNDTRACK Throbbing Gristle - Discipline (live) https://music.apple.com/us/album/discipline-reprise-live/1412909636?i=1412909785 Throbbing Gristle - Dead Souls Live https://music.…
 
Alex Bienstock is an artist from Brooklyn, a PARTY BOY, a domestically violent sociopath who hates women, a based swaggot, a tender hearted lover of women, a racist, a homophobe, a homo, a hypochondriac who cant get sick, das ubermensch, a jew, an anti semite, the first person to do art ever. THE STOCK! Bienstock is an IRL friend and his new book o…
 
Adam and Ben kick it old school. No guests, all killer, no filler. Topics of discussion include the removal of Ben's wisdom teeth, Benjamin Bratton's Covid totalitarianism advocacy, the rise of a new medical authoritarianism, and the passing of the great musicians Joey Jordison (Slipknot drummer) drummer and Peter Rehberg (electronic music producer…
 
In this exclusive interview, Adam talks to California-based artist Marc Horowitz (husband to previous guest Petra Cortright, a kind of full circle) to talk about his career and his life. Marc grew up "poor as fuck" in Middle America before moving to California to get a degree in business. One thing leading to the next, Marc eventually transitioned …
 
Nobody cares more about your own personal safety than you do. Never forget that. Thanks for being here Climber Nation, I appreciate you! - Patrick www.educatedclimber.com/support Please send all comments/questions/hatemail to patrick@educatedclimber.com. Also, just because the world has always been crazy, that does not mean that you have to like it…
 
Friend of the show and co-host of the Rare Candy podcast Glen Rockney joins the boys to discuss the career of who we think is the best American filmmaker to emerge in the 2010s, S. Craig Zahler. Discussing all three of his films — Bone Tomahawk, Brawl in Cell Block 99, and Dragged Across Concrete — the trio pinpoints the artistically interesting fo…
 
Matt and Joe explain the importance of having a one on one. Leadership entails motivating and guiding you direct reports on a continuous improvement plan. They discuss how one on one's should be approached, how to plan for one and how to create alignment. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.c…
 
Trust is the #1 decider in the effectiveness of a leader. When direct reports do not trust in a leader, the culture suffers. Matt and Joe discuss why trust is an important characteristic in leader. They talk about how to build trust and the signs that your trust has been comprimised. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis…
 
The boys are joined by friend, artist, writer and co-host of the Break the Rules Podcast Gio Pennacchietti to discuss PAINTING. Painting, so much and so little to say. Its history, its dreary present. The tendency towards what Dean Kissick calls "zombie figuration" and what separates the brilliance of Matthew Barney from the average new media artis…
 
Our old pal Geoff Shullenberger, writer and critic extraordinaire, is back on System of Systems to discuss his new piece for American Greatness – 'How We Forgot Foucault.' In it, Geoff describes the irony in Foucault's recent dip in citations and his abandonment as a "hero of the modern left," given that during the pandemic so much of Foucault's th…
 
Matt and Joe chat about the various things to consider when making a critical decision. Decision making skills is important to any supervisor or skill. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacyעל ידי Powerhouse Podcasting
 
A long sought-after guest joins System of Systems to discuss a number of artistic, philosophical, and political topics. Adam and the writer, critic and philosopher DC Miller became internet-linked after Adam demonstrated public interest in DC's writing. The result was that Adam was fired from The Quietus, where he wrote a regular column on the nois…
 
Walter Pearce revolutionized casting in the New York fashion industry as the casting director for the early Hood by Air shows before co-founding the Midland Agency. Recently, however, Walter has gotten hella BASED! Off opiates, he felt serious discontent with the liberalism of the fashion industry. He has now been posting memes, throwing bombs, quo…
 
Books books and more books. Matt and Joe talk about one of their favorite subjects, reading. It is well know that leaders are readers, but what should you be reading? Matt and Joe talk about a whole laundry list of books they have read and encourage you to submitt some of your favorite books. This podcast uses the following third-party services for…
 
Being able to delegate your authority is important as a leader in a safety role. Matt and Joe explain what delegation is and how to properly assert your authority and give it to others. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy…
 
Jeff Jepson is one of my all-time favorite authors and he has a new book that just came out called Groundie. His previous books include The Tree Climber's Companion, To Fell A Tree, and Knots At Work. All of them are amazing. In this episode we take a deep dive into Jeff's writing process, how he chooses projects, the close call that inspired him t…
 
After a host of media hacks are deployed to fear monger the specter of the post-left, Angie Speaks of the Low Society podcast joins the boys to discuss the histrionics of the pseudo-dissidents, lies, smears, cruelty, the kayfabe, and internet censorious fervor. The temporal loop continues spinning. There is also discussion on religion, spirituality…
 
Two of our favorite of gal pals, the beautiful Jana Surkova (of the Hate Fiction podcast) and the lovely Zach Langley Chi Chi (of the I'm so Popular podcast) join System of Systems to discuss the flattening of sexuality in cinema and, by extension, the collapse of eroticism in our society. The crew discusses Tumblr aesthetics (Adam comes out of the…
 
The boys are joined by Zac Davis, a musician, thinker and writer who is perhaps best known for the mid-'00s noise rock/psychedelic no wave band Lamsbread, but has also done solo guitar noise and various strains of electronic music. Zac has also been writing some killer stuff and publishing it on Substack, which is linked to below. Fun fact: Zac and…
 
We are still wrapping up our season of entry level safety advice. We talk about safety "titles" and the soft skills needed in safety leadership. We also cover bettering yourself for you not your company. Identifying a mentor to help guide your soft skills and safety porpoise a beer designed with safety in mind. This podcast uses the following third…
 
Matt and Joe continue their discussion on how to elevate your skills to make the move from entry level to mid-level. Code switching and the rubber duck debugging concepts are detailed. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy…
 
Our anon homie Gaye Step Dad comes on the show finally! We talk about the tendency that Step Dad calls "anarchoid neoliberalism," the deliberate incoherence of prison abolitionists, Zero Books publisher Doug Lain's terrible take down video of the Marxist anti-left critique (Aimee, Benedict Cryptofash and otherwise), the new issue of E-flux which is…
 
Lewis Parker is a writer, editor, and the publisher of Morbid Books. Based in the UK, Morbid Books was founded upon the principles of the Surrealist Internationale and applies those principles to the schizoid landscape of our contemporary digital capitalism. They've published writing by poet Jeremy Reed, transgressive writer Supervert, philosopher …
 
As temperatures begin to rise, so do heat-related incidents. Matt and Joe discuss practical changes to heat-illness programs to effictively change the ebhaviors of employees. Proper nutrition, dietary changes and culture changes are discussed. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy C…
 
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