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Sit down and strap in for another white knuckle ride through the breaking news on Monday's Shop Talk with Mark Brickey and Sean Mort. The boys are once again taking the most pressing questions straight form Instagram Stories that range from dream wrestling matches to where to draw the line on a deal. We listen to some listener feedback on the recent interview with AIGA and what everyone thinks about the promises made and the challenges presented by Mark and AID to help make a giant in our industry a more relevant one. This Shop Talk also focuses in on how we select guests, what they bring to the table, and where AID is planning on going as the show continues to evolve. We're all in this together and Mark and Sean are here to help build a tight knit community of creatives who are driven on designing happiness into their lives. Talking Points Angrycity Updates #allcapslivesmatter AID gets meta for Mort and backpedalling on ball busting. You too can become a character on AID. The big names that could be bigger gambles. Community building on Monday and the future follow up Periscope Conference. Real world repercussions for being a regular and why everyone is fair game. Being prepared and Mark's special message to Donald Trump. The best 80's movies for the International Bromance. Mourning Eddie Murphy's Career and grabbing two seat like The Undertaker. Mark's dream rematch in the ring! Buffalo choo choo chooses to rename Ralph Wiggum Stadium and being in the moment. Disagreeing with Georgia O' Keeffe and Pablo Picasso as working artists. Mark's secret about analogies. Flopping on Fairey. Bulldogs vs. Moondogs and the great steroid deaths of the 90s. Where to draw the line on a deal. unofficial Union Reps, amicable conclusions, and moving on. The curiosity on confrontation. Choosing AID guests that help conquer Groundhog's Day. Learning from guests about who they are and how they make decisions. Expanding past design and illustration. Listener's responses to our AIGA interview and addressing the disconnect. Fighting for your audience. Accountability, follow ups, and the looming zeitgeist. The 4 minute phone call heard round the world. Tight trips and the wear and tear on the soul. Hight times and low costs in DC. Sharing your plans out loud to evaluate where you're at. Community and creativity go hand in hand. Going to class or signing up for Skillshare. Complicating the simple and app compatibility. …read more