Tech and Gun discuss local artist Rachel Johnson’s music along with King’s new LiVE gear and gunsully introduces Sully’s Hot Sauce Store with the goal of disrupting hot sauce markets in the US. No sauce is safe.
Sorry for the rushed drop on this, but I, gunsully, recorded this informal interview while chatting on the phone with subtle legend, Andrew Holden, a super cool dude with his hands in a lot of projects and successful endeavors in the DC, and then I didn’t send it to my brother to edit it and and the intro and outro. I dropped the ball but he’s still a super cool guy for talking with me about the band The Grey A and about his upcoming jump for the DC Special Olympics Polar Plunge!
Today is the day we honor one of The United States of America’s greatest public speakers who took on the status quo and fought for civil rights. It also 2 years since The Slants first came to DC, confronting the Supreme Court, with their landmark legal case over their name.
The Slants honored freedom of speech and fighting for your rights at the Martin Luther King jr. Memorial. Simon Tam, founder of the band and the ‘Tam’ in the landmark legal case Lee Vs Tam that went all the way to the Supreme Court, was inspired throughout his life by Dr. King. It was important for him and the band to go to the monument while in town for their Supreme Court hearing 2 years ago.
This video is sort of a ‘behind the scenes.’ The audio quality isn’t great and the lighting is poor but the moment is sincere. Simon recorded Ken Shima singing while Joe Xiang played guitar for their own documentation of the trip. You can see Simon circling them, as silent onlookers began to gather. After they finish the song, some were trying to tip, impressed by the performance. For them, this was a moment, not just another performance for this Portland rock band, but a time to honor fight and struggle for civil rights and freedom of speech throughout history.
We salute the legacy Martin Luther King jr. and all those who follow in his footsteps to fight for justice, equality and freedom of speech.
WHAT: Driving Uber while streaming my Dashcam
WHERE: Washington DC / DC Metro area
WHY: Making money while trying to promote The Podcaste online
HOW: Verizon Unlimited plan and a Windows 10 Samsung Galaxy #nonspon…
Recently, I’ve been crushed by taxes, debt and needing to make an extra buck for a big trip. A lot of stress lead to a lot of innovation as I didn’t want to leave my online presence behind and I set up an IRL streaming rig in the car to promote ThePodcaste while I worked. Basically I’m just streaming dashcam video with a basic HUD.
The heads-up display has evolved and now I have a break down of how many fares I need to do to get my next bonus! I use OBS Studio to sometimes show different camera views of the road and the inside of the car and switch to “Customer Privacy Mode” when I have somebody in the car.
I’m hoping people start tuning in and watching my IRL stream. It’s nice to make money but it feels great doing it with online friends checking in and saying hi in the chat.
Yesterday, SNRG sent me a bunch of great tracks to use while I drive so I’m going to be heavily featuring their music in my stream this weekend.
Jump onto https://twitch.tv/thepodcaste and say hi to me while I’m getting fares! I might not see it or I might not respond because I’m driving, but if I do see it, it’ll make me feel awesome and I’ll love it. Also, you should watch because DC driving is crazy and you might see some wacky stuff! I’ve seen some upside-down cars, some on fire cars, crazy protesters and motorcades for political celebrities and foreign dignitaries.
This is something that happened while streaming yesterday:
If you want to potentially make a few hundred bucks a day driving uber like I do, feel free to sign up and please use my referral code: p0cy4
If you have any questions about my gear and want tips on how to set up your own dashcam stream, or you want to give me some tips on how to up my stream game, please email me: email@example.com
Waifu sully was commenting with my personal account and Jeff found the stream through twitch IRL randomly