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Arinda, Jason Scott, Laura Lyons discussed on Off The Hook

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Maybe it means nothing. Maybe it's not flexed pay traffic after all, I don't know. But using the brain power of the off the hook listenership, I think we can find out most anything filter. Do you have digital file that post online? We do. We do have a digital files opposed to that too. Twitter kaffir. The show hacker radio. We do that we could then the whole show. That's true. That's an advantage. Yeah. That would be I'm sure helpful to people one of the things that we ran into when we were trying to play play around this and figured out. It was a lot of software that was built for S T R suffered a fine radio in real time. Like over the air, and we couldn't exactly yeah. Get get a means to run it through something sort of offline or not live. There's plenty of ways to do it. In fact, a couple ways to do it. But I think it'd be a lot cooler if other people to help out, and perhaps people that have set up so we don't have to run run down a rabbit hole chasing this mystery. And I I really hope that no one has figured it out yet. It's possible. It's possible. Someone has and we're just wasting our time and by the way, thanks, Charlie. Brooker for wasting so much of our time because we basically have have. Spent hours figuring out different different ways. If you haven't seen it. It really is worth at though it's worth if you ever played an adventure game. It's kinda like that where you basically choose a path and something different happens based on that path, except it's a TV program, and using directions within that is very self referential, very cleverly done and characters are very believable. But this is just one mystery that we were not able to figure out, and there are a lot of really good Easter eggs in it for like hacker folks who either remember that period of time and history set in the mid eighties or who are curious about it just the machines they're using. And the way the way things are programmed and done like they did their research. They did their homework, and it'll it'll rings pretty true in general as ING the number of of programs from halt and catch fire to all kinds of movies about the development of computers in the nineteen eighty and nineteen nineties. They all require these old. Computers. Our friends at vintage computer festival the federation. Are you get that wrong? They their efforts in preserving old hardware are really rewarded here. And anyone who does that anyone who who preserves technology, you'll find tremendous interest in a couple of decades down the road when people wanna make documentaries or or fictionalized pieces, they want the actual hardware. They wanna see how things work, and of course, computer. Scientists are always fascinated by this. So don't throw out your your tax. Don't throw out your your phones. Your computers advocates is whatever it is you use hang onto it. It'll be worth something to somebody in some way. And you know, we hold onto so much, and it's good to see that actually. Payoff at some point there, the storytelling is it's fascinating that the arc of it is coming back around to this era. It's definitely from for my time. But having watched Gatland the Dacians got documentary. Homework to prepare. Jason Scott seeing this because he would go he would go bananas over it. I think. Our every ending. Okay. So enough about that again, thanks advanced to our listeners for helping us out with this. There. We have some us. We have some important news to to read the people. And this is we're going to try and get through this because this is an important story. Laura Lyons name we probably have all heard probably often they with right now because the seriousness of the story as yours preparing food and kitchen on Sunday when the lazy afternoon took a turn for the absurd. Loud. Squawking similar to the beginning of emergency broadcast lurk. We all heard on phones few months ago. It blasted from the living room. That's according to the mother from Arinda. Okay. I don't know where it is. It's anybody Arinda. Is this news story seems to think that everybody knows where Arinda is maybe it's. Okay. Well, it might be Los Angeles Ricardo or Hieaux because those are the three locations listed as where this event took place. Yeah. Okay. So anyway, she she's Rinta. She heard a detailed warning of three North Korean intercontinental ballistic missiles are heading to those three locations..