Double or nothing. I originally predicted this would happen in 2018. I’m still confident it will happen, just not as soon as I originally thought.
I like falsifiable predictions because it forces one to take a stand rather than hide behind vagueness or platitudes. Not only does it make it easy to track how accurate your worldview is over time allowing you to learn. But it also gives an extremely potent dose to the reader of what your worldview actually is. I wish more journalists, writers, thinkers- hell everyone- did this. Take a stand people, no gradient.
That’s 3 for 10 thus far shooter, for a batting average of .300.
Selling season tickets for the Philadelphia 76ers at a time when the organization broke the franchise record for sales, James Zingarini cracks open the realness talking post grad disillusionment. The transition from schooling to the “real world” is jarring- let Zingarini tell you why that’s okay.
Houston, no gradient is now a video podcast- check your local YouTube. Shout-out to Aryan Davani and Emmet Scullivan for pushing video ✊
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Joseph and his wife made a list of 25 cities they wanted to live in. Shortly after, she died in a plane crash. Joseph kept that list in his pocket. 40 years, 40 apartments, 28 foreign cities, and 12 US cities later, their list is finally complete. He reflects on a life well lived and well traveled, with a calmness and zest that grabs your soul.
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Justin Dunn- previous podcast guest– debuts the new no gradient look as he competes in the 49th annual World Series of Poker No-Limit Hold’em Championship in beautiful, hot, transactional, Las Vegas, Nevada. Qualifying by winning a smaller tournament, he has survived day one and starts today with 16.5k in chips. We talked game plan and he is in full predator mode telling me “I need to steal what’s on the table before anyone puts any money in by getting them to fold when I sense weakness.” With a short stack, not being aggressive will simply bleed him dry, it’s all in or fall in.
Logan Faerber is the creative genius and illustrator behind the new look, wrapping it up just in time for the shirt to get shipped out to Justin. He recently started his own design firm, Clade Design, and if you need work done, look no further.
Update: J Dunn went for it and was knocked out on his second day of competition. Best believe no gradient will be sponsoring him next year.