Archive for Interviews

Rhonda Vision Interview

Posted in Interviews, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on June 5, 2017 by Drogo

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QUESTIONS for RHONDA VISION:  

 

[ still waiting for Rhonda to finish the interview ]

favorite color:  red

 

Questions for Thomas Hurley III:

1. What do you do?

Thomas – “Artist, Writer, Director, with A little drumming on the weekends.”

2. What do you live for? What motivates you to wake up every day (or night)?

Thomas – “Characters, Themes and Collections. Every moment, awake or asleep, feels like an opportunity to incorporate the ideas I like, into a piece of art I can show.”

3. What do you think about having so many fans?

Thomas – “Knowing that someone is waiting to see or hear a piece of art is inspiring. What I like, and what I think the audience will like, is hopefully the same.”

4. Will you lead us to an entertainment age, or are we already in utopia in your mind?

Thomas – “I can honestly say Im trying my best to help lead the world into a utopia of entertainment. There are pockets of tiny utopias all around… but true utopia, through entertainment, is still only a dream.”

5. What is your favorite color, song, and joke???

Thomas – “Color: White ; Song: “Into The Night” by Julee Cruise. ;  Joke: If you’re in advertising…Kill Yourself. No Seriously… Kill  Yourself. No Seriously… Kill Yourself.”

 

  • END of Interivew

Thank you to Thomas Hurley III and Rhonda for playing along!!

Links:  Rhonda Vision on Youtube !!!  ;  11th Hour Orchestra ;  Audio version of Interview

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Interview

Posted in Economics, Interviews, Uncategorized with tags , , , on May 7, 2017 by Drogo
Past, Present, Future Talks
SCOD Questions to ask people who want to be interviewed:
1. Want to share about your services?
2. Want to share about your crafts or skills?
3. What are your favorite types of projects?
4. What did your life experience teach you about sustainability?
Make sure they are ok with sharing the interview with whoever publicly, or edit it to their preferences if possible. When finished please publish it here on SCOD Blog!

BCD Drogo Interviews

Posted in Interviews with tags , , , , , on October 16, 2012 by Drogo

Local film company, Back Creek Daddy, filmed 2 interviews with Drogo in 2012.

Here are 2 interviews help explain Drogo’s positions and opinions regarding art, life, and values.

1.  http://youtu.be/Ws9WmXZUWLo

2.  http://youtu.be/l0ICHASwcnM

Self Interview: Do It Yourself!

Posted in Interviews with tags , , , , , , , , on November 29, 2009 by Drogo

If you are shy, or don’t have much time to get together, here is your chance to share with others. Here is the basic structure of a “SCOD do it yourself interview”. Simply write responses for each of the lines below, email it to drogo76@hotmail.com and I will post it on the Blog for you.

 

SCOD Blog Self Interview

 

Name of Person interviewed: _______

Reason interviewed: ______________

 

1. Why did you start (Reason interviewed):

 

2. Give some advice for anyone wanting to do what you have done:

 

3. How do you view “Sustainability” in what you do?

 

4. What is your opinion of “Cooperatives”?

 

5. How important is “Organic” design in your life, as opposed to simple mechanical design? For example in the food you eat, buildings you live in, and work you do…

 

6. Do you have any other plans for future “Development” of these or any other goals?

 

 

Thank you, Blessed Be.

Interview for Drogo Empedocles

Posted in Interviews with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 29, 2009 by Drogo

BEGIN INTERVIEW for Drogo Empedocles

 

1. Why did you start SCOD:

 

I started SCOD in order to have projects that I can do in life, directly relate to my friends and our common interests. It started with a few of us, and branched out from there. It is like the Round Table at Camelot in many ways, except everyone is more equal as King (or Queen) of their own lives and their own interests in SCOD. Members of SCOD, like at Camelot, were not always the same list of names. There were times when there was a lot of support, and times where no one showed up. The most important thing in both is faith in one’s own dedication to a common purpose.

 

2. Give some advice for anyone wanting to do what you have done:

 

Write things down, and be able to later access that writing to remind yourself. Do that and you are less likely to give up on your dreams. Also be hard on yourself more than others. If other people are being shitty and not cooperating, do something because you said you would, then if no one else comes through, at least you were true to yourself. Don’t be a fool trusting people who don’t follow through, but if someone lets you down but really wants to make amends, give them a few tries. Try to make things work without selling all rights to the property (metaphor).

 

3. How do you view “Sustainability” in what you do?

 

There are different aspects to that popular term. In architecture Sustainability usually means a structure built to last, and refers to it’s permanence. However Sustainability can also be judged by the structure’s impact on Nature and Ecology. If a building lasts forever but poisons the environment, then it is not a Sustainable habitat for life around it. Therefore sometimes a temporary structure built from renewable materials that bio-degrade is more Sustainable.

 

4. What is your opinion of “Cooperatives”?

 

Cooperatives are related to neighborhoods, communities, socialism, communism, and many work situations. Collectives of human beings and other animals, working and/or living together as functionally as possible for the common good. Jesus did it, so it must be a good thing, right?

 

5. How important is “Organic” design in your life, as opposed to simple mechanical design? For example in the food you eat, buildings you live in, and work you do…

 

Very important. I love organic things, maybe because I am organic.

6. Do you have any other plans for future “Development” of these or any other goals?

 

Yes.

 

END INTERVIEW

Thank you, Blessed Be.