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How to Market Commercial Space Travel
"I'm delighted. Honestly the lights between by one of the legends of british advertising are so great to see. You travel hurry alot about but i'm okay. generally yet. publishable never been bolted origin. I've seen. I've definitely seen you think it's been incredible few weeks when it comes to the space race of the billionaires one of us thinking about who the advertising sector news motivating us today to announce the bletchley only yourself. Can i ask. Could you explain what you're going to be doing. you're involved one. The first flights when it comes to verging a galactic war. You're gonna be doing. I'm going to be his later. Although saying good he space you do about it yeah It has been a strangely Rolled back by coincidence. Robot by coincidence and covert because we're not the coded over already would have beat spice saddam notion of space race ability as a with accident Those two flights come back in a few days at one another because we should have gone anxious ago because of law various lockdowns. It's stolen delighted. Tesla program so it was actually just a coincidence. Those two floods happened the so close to one. Another to kinda means attended. Let's celebrate as balaki bycatch which ashby so. That's the most goals thing him long. When did you first become reality for your will definitely good question because this is a kind of a gap between the becoming reality. And i i wanted to go. You know Because of wanting to go over it Of the good wife. They set the audio. But this is my spice book. Myspace projects which i did when i was a child
Las Vegas Welcomes Its Newest Casino: Resorts World
"The big news at least coming out of vegas since our last episode is that resorts world has finally opened on the location. The old stardust hotel. Yeah and the initial reviews are pretty strong. Have you seen any pictures or videos of the pitchers and stuff. It looks very nice. It's got great review so far. I haven't heard anything bad other than you know the initial opening day. Well yeah issues you know. That's always a problem especially if you're trying to stay in the hotel there you know something that big i mean. They're just opening things are going to happen. Yeah the only issue i have is. Why didn't they call it stardust. Well i love that. I love the old star. Yeah even their logo was cool. They thought for vegas. That's the perfect thing. You know the start as well. I agreed stardust is maybe the great lost las vegas casino. That seems to be the one that always comes up. And i put that on my list to write. It just seems like the names of the casinos in the past. Were better the dunes. The stardust i mean you know resorts world. Yeah it's it's almost really isn't it it it. It sounds like a cheesy place but it's actually very nice. Knew nothing about it and somebody said oh resorts world. You're thinking great. A couple of our visa circle outdoor toilets. I mean that's what it sounds like. Why did they need to start us. This dune now they might not have had the right. Even the harass you know already exist. I mean names like that. You know a loudon in the sand. I don't know there's something about those names. Maybe we're jaded because we actually been to those places well from gambler standpoint. The interesting thing to us is that they are really pushing cashless wagering. There's been a lot of talk about that over the last few year right and they're really going all in at it now. What you do. Is you apply for their players club. And then you have an app on your phone like this virtual wallet and you put money on the wallet at their. I guess at their players club defined it. It's like having a marker yes very much like it's just like having a marker but someone can do it without getting a line of credit you can do for smaller amounts so you don't have a twenty thousand dollar marker you can put in two hundred dollars and the nice thing is you can use the slot used this virtual wallet to load money onto the slot right and then when you're done when you cash out you actually have a choice you can have it. Go have the balance. Go back on to your wallet right or you can just get a regular voucher. You know a ticket in ticket out voucher now. The thing that i found interesting is that you can also do that on table games so you could go up to a blackjack table use this virtual wallet right and then they give you real physical chips. You play blackjack scanner. Something i mean how does that work at the dealer pull out some scanner and or or maybe you run your phone over something but yeah it might have duct side. And then i'm sure they get some kind of feedback and they know how many chips to give you right and then again when you cash out right they'll either give you chips and you know you just go to the cashier as usual or they can put it back on the balance on your wallet or you can get a ticket in ticket out
"236" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case
"It is a problematic factor in future cases in this country. When you're supposed to have a dispassionate jury who's not worried about any outside factors so i hope you're right. I hope it represents a book end in a close. We do have federal prosecutions on the horizon. The justice department announced an indictment of george Of skews me. An indictment of derek show van and the other officers In a civil rights violation a case based on george floyd's death so these cases are not gonna go away where they're going to be in our public eye for a couple of more years. I just hope that bringing the man who everyone in the world saw kneeling on george floyd's neck to justice means that we can try to heal some of the wounds that expose in this country and and get back to a point where We we live together a lot. More harmoniously oh. I would love that. I certainly try to live my life to promote that. And i know you do and i think we should you know do everything we can to continue the dialogue and make everybody aware that you can actually make a difference in life. You can actually do good. I mean how you treat any other individual in the world any other human being or puppy for that matter or kitten Actually you know add some goodness to to our universe and you know the more we do that the more you know love we spread and you know humanity we spread and i think we chip away at at that anger and frustration and violence that that people are using to express themselves. And i believe that that is not appropriate. It's just not appropriate now and one last thing on on our i think at the end of this week. Something that's happened in this country. And i'm not sure how How much our listeners around or patriots drivers around the world might be aware of this but You know britney spears is really in the news this week because of a hearing that she had here in california jam about a conservative ship that she has been placed under for the last thirteen years of her life starting when she was twenty five and now extending all the way till she's thirty nine and.
"236" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English
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"236" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English
"Is in the third which is the the house of siblings so the sun is in the twelfth needs to to hide malls is there. So it's rip if you compared to the nato to the salvage turn. The son is twelve but mars. Is there as well and is twenty nine degrees virgo system in the sign of virgo in the twelfth. So maybe there's some anger issues. If i were her. I thought most people in the circumstances would feel cross about what had happened because you go through a whole heap of the motions. When there's a tool med family is it's not just grief the anger. The beside nasa heaps of stuff will that be something that maybe needs to be channeled in someway safely immunes in the third maybe together with the siblings and have a chat about it and that would feel better Pluto and saturn or in the natal fourth not for the return four so pluto transformation sutton about responsibility so maybe there needs to be some changes within the family. 'cause of because there's always the worry when something horrible happens that it will happen again. I mean the person that had committed. These atrocities is no longer alive so they're not going to be doing anything so i wasn't sure why she was so concerned that the same thing would happen to the remaining members of the family and with herself having you anderson the unisys going to be in the on tours for hell of a long time. There's other four years left and it isn't just about death is death. Sex birth reincarnation investments and of a people's money be very very careful about looking only for the negative interpretation of particular house. It's very easy to to to get live at but frequent fine there as well up sloshing chosen obama. Natal chart is the yordan says but it looks to me as if in this next maybe things will settle down. Maybe there will be some other tragedies but you want to stop them you know if if we could be very wise or you know. I knew the pandemic was going to happen in the ball. Self a mosque will big deal..
"236" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English
"And the person that germany does the killing. Gnv's always commit suicide so you don't have the -cations where people split up and the doctors of with the kids and kills the kids then hangs himself gases themselves with suitcases news and this particular case for this poor lady. This news item as well. So that doesn't make anybody feel good. And and the sad and tragic thing is particip- counseling. That is necessary for that. And so if i were thinking always a few years ago caillebotte it because he had triggered she was by whatever was going on for her. That did trigger it. What specifically she asking now about this and why has she decided to do her solo return and then get so worried so. Let's look at the solar return that she herself was. Yes prison chapters so this. Is the soda return that she made. She was using the plastic system. You'll have to excuse me barbed on equal house. But this is near enough identical to what she dumped and her question that she was asking on the forum was. I've got unionise in my eighth house. This mean that someone was suddenly Because some new numbers of the family had already suddenly died so one of the things that i pointed out to her about uranus in the eight thousand said with turn is Unis in the eighth can also mean being drawn towards freedom sheerness. I'm profound spiritual truths a house. That would help. You be liberated evenness in the practical way tourists. So i'm more sore. That was the having this the background and circumstances that eunice retrograde in the eighth and for someone who has suffered a tragedy is that this was now the time to be liberated from the the feedings and the trauma of the situation. And i think also what was making it worse for her is that she is married and does have children has self And i think that was going to say the word but making what was going on for her at this precise moment in time worse but if we just look at the soil return and i explained to you have to remember the episode which is an indicator of way. You can concentrate on yourself for the next twelve months now. I will also put lincoln this podcast. The weapon on that he did about solar returns so done.
"Boston Celtics" NBA Hall of Famer: Dino Radja
"Meniscus was inducted into the two thousand eighteen basketball hall of fame. Please welcome former celtic dino raw schettino. Thank you so much for being on the podcast today thank you do you let me ask you When you're starting out what you know as a child when you start realizing you know what i i could make this into a career. I could really do this for a long time when it comes to basketball. When did you start figuring that out. Believe me are not the first time i really started seriously thinking about. This might be my my job because when we won our first european die delay native nine before the kind of just game Like to play to me and the was fun. Bud the really thinking about this could be my jaw biker. Make something out of the career or money. That came to me really alive when when i one of might think mice first european title united nine.
Dallas County reports 11 COVID-19 deaths, 292 coronavirus cases
"Today and 11 more deaths. All of those who died had underlying high risk health conditions, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins reported. 97 reported deaths for the week, which is a decrease from the previous week. Meanwhile, in Tarrant County, two more deaths and 236 new cases were reported. 43 year old. Fifth grade teacher, Misty Lorraine Kato remains in
Dell’s new G15 is a speckled gaming laptop coming to China first
"New g fifteen as speckled gaming laptop coming to china i This article comes from the verge. Del has launched. Its new g. Fifteen gaming laptop which will be available in china. I before coming to other regions around the world. The laptops industrial design is all new though. The most notable feature might be the paint job. And if you're wondering why can't see what's going on what you need to click on the article or watch via video of for that you need to be a supporter of the show. And yep those are paint flex. Uc in photos. Del says the new g fifteen is low. Voc waterborne paint for durable in environmentally conscious. Zayn is available in color ways including specter green speckles phantom gray with speckles dark shadow gray in obsidian black. Our advice goal with the speckles. I'm man of city in black. Sounds kinda cool some more pictures. We don't how full specs for the new g. Fifteen just yet. But it can be outfitted with nbc rtx. Three thousand years graphics it has three performance options ranging up to one hundred fifteen watts of tdp display is a fifteen point six inch panel with refresh rate of up to three hundred sixty hertz. They'll says gee fifteen's thermals have been improving through designed based on alienware technology optional zone. Rgb keyboard that makes use of fx software for customization. The new team will go on sale. In china today in global availability is set to follow at some point in april Reached out to further. Details have not heard back yet. But the hopefully that'll be on its way worldwide shortly but along with the specs to if you has interested to keep an eye on this one in case you're wondering why why alienware will because dell bought alienware of kind of like one same entity so they borrow off of each other technology wise a pretty
How Canishiea J. Sams Is Changing the Nail Art Scene
"How long were you booth renting before you decided to create your own spot. So it's crazy. I was booth renting at two different salons before i got my nail studio which is like basically a room that i pay monthly on but it was like my room so before that i literally was like in open space like basically what she would call like the like when you come into a salon a greet you forgot what that spot is caught. But i was working in like open spaces like around everyone and that's not ideally. Want it but i knew like i'm going to have to start somewhere. It can't just be like what i want. And i taught me like a lot of like what i do like. And what kind of vibe and energy. I want for my space. So i think i worked boof raining for about two years before i got a nail studio and that was amazing. It was like my other studios have walls. I finally had a walls in door and it was amazing and i created the ambiance. I wanted and it really like my clients come in. They're like smell the central oils. She got the erica about do plan like just like i wouldn't switch that up on just like this is my vibe and i hope that attracts people that wanna see me. What other steps did you take. You know now that you have your own studio at this point did you formalize your business by incorporating or just officially make yourself a business so you go through a process of like state board you get establishment license. You get a tax business tax license. You pay your yearly fees has a manicure is and you know you. Get your your. Cpa like tax person. So you go through those little steps you get your insurance for your room. But at the same time. I was in a studio building with other people who are running their businesses. So next to me. I had exhibitions that working in their studios also so it was like a shared space but everyone had their own room. I've been to a space like that before. And by the way. I think that business model is so smart sleeper smaller super smart rather way everyone licensed. And that's what when you're going to these new very important. What was that investment. Like as you know a young mom going into this point. Was this something where it was. Easy peasy to pay for or did it require serious serious saving like. Can you tell us ballpark. What was that investment like. How did you prepare for it. The investment was steeped in a sense of like like me and my husband were in college or broke college when we decided like okay go to nail school can she so. My husband actually like i don't stay. I don't sell everyone to do this. Because i'm not a person about getting into debt for your passion but my husband put my nail school like half of the on his credit card and i was like. Oh man like it's official so we gotta do this and that's real that israel. Thank you for sharing that. We're not giving financial advice on this. Podcast everyone just disclaimer here. Okay exact all we're doing is sharing what people do all right exactly so we. It was expensive because of the type of nail art in the supplies. Like you have to make a major investment in yourself to kind of start out like nail school. They don't give you any of these things. It's basically like their sanitation in like step by step like how to keep your clients safe basically. But they're not teaching. You now are any of that stuff. I picked up that along the way so a lot of it was like investing in the best materials and stuff. So i'm pretty sure like it was in the thousands like lease up to seven thousand of just like you get one thing and you get the lap and then you get the product line and then you gotta start getting buffers and files like things that you constantly have to do. Maybe taking classes But a lot of things. I learnt on my own just through like practicing but a lot of it was like i did not know previously to going into like nails that it could be so expensive. I people think it's just polish in the site. Oh my god it's five million items so let's look at those early days of being a business owner. How did you balance the juggle of personal life. With being in business for yourself and the ebbs and flows of business. It was hard. I'm not gonna lie like it was really hard trying to figure out like my space my like my place in this industry at first you know Because it was like. I just moved to a new city and now those work like in our new cd. We didn't have much family. It was just like my uncle here so it was just like a lot of just like growing pains really beyond his and like the first two years of me like blueprinting. I wasn't necessarily super taking care of myself like when you're in the salon space you like gogo going. You're lying you like starting out so you take whatever incense your schedule's like hectic so i will work like evenings. My husband would get off work because we didn't have childcare so it was just like whenever like he worked during day and i will work in the evenings at night so i missed a lot of like saturday like sunday. Type situations a lot of dinners because we have opposite schedules so it was like really hard. And then it got to a point where i have to establish a set schedule my boundaries just for mental health purposes. And just like sanity like it's hard to separate your business in your personal life when they're very intertwined like that but it was so necessary in once i did that begin to like really enjoy it a lot more.
Chicago Weather: Snow Showers Next Few Days
"And behind your 36 Mainly cloudy with scattered snow showers tonight. A lot of 30 Then tomorrow mainly cloudy. Some snow showers, mainly in the morning the possible later in the day 236 and on Sunday a chance of stone and then breaks of sunshine. Near 33 Right now in Chicago. We have cloudy skies at O'Hare 34 there some flurries at midway right now in 35 some flurries in Waukegan and 35. It's also it's still flooring in Morris and 33 there the wind shell His 27th. And now your money on W G and the
"236" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"So she featured in the music video. No she's just a cameo not a love interest Turn into something. It's not just what what's the not in the video. I'm going to the movie theater when i'm in the movie theater. I'm watching my own movie. So mia are planned bonnie and clyde in the music fantastic fantastic did you guys get along you cool. She's five how far chilin fire because good as she gets you do. This guy is bulletproof. You can't get. I can't use fixing his headphones because he's wearing earbud. Don't answer that. Move on. Luke luke warm got trailer here trailer for your music video. That's what i'm saying. I don't know do that. I check it out. Whoa own off fighting. Realize you just shot that we just. You're wearing the same outfit. You literally just came from robbing and shooting somebody. Or your editors bro. Good god we gotta keep them all. Hush that's fantastic. She's a little more than a cameo. She's the lead role she's fucking killed. Someone ronnie okay. She didn't even needs to kill him. She just kinda did she could just walk out. Was that improv. Was that plan. Does she just want to kill him. It was it was a little bit plan. Okay that's fantastic little bit now but there were six cops pulled up because they thought we were actually robbing the likud crazy. Yeah i'll start doing my prop guns. I was offended. it's scary. I'm your sheriff for sure you don't want to see black you with with guns. They're going to get him. I would say anybody had a gun. I think i'd be very scared of came towards pretending you're shooting somebody surely based on statistics it may be a little more risky for a young black man anyways..
Zillow rallying like it's Zoom during pandemic housing boom
"Is becoming the new Azuma during the pandemic. Greg Jared a. Bloomberg has this and focus report. Home sales Zoom on Zillow since home sales cratered When the lockdown began last spring, they've resumed with gusto, a combo of low mortgage rates and increasing familiarity with tech tools to search and view virtually has taken home sales to new heights and demand is strong. Ivy Zelman, CEO and Selman and Associates. People better focused on their homes during this pandemic Saturday night Live may make fun of the zoo map for business use, and if you were a pain to be honest, now, Zillow, the online real term that already had home search and view tools on board drew an average 236 million unique users monthly in the quarter. Record and up 21% from last year. Cheryl Bomber chief executive officer of homebuilder Taylor, Morrison says they put up a virtual platform quickly. Actually, we've seen week over week improvements since early April. I'm Gregg Jarrett Bloomberg Business for news
What's the deal in Kyrgyzstan?
"The being few short remains for foreign observers of a given event to be clown themselves than by drawing convenient comparisons we should probably banish any suggestion that what is happening in Kingston has anything much in common with what has been happening in Belarus. There are granted superficial similarities, lodge crowds of citizens who aren't buying the result of a recent election and amount of violence between protesters and police but recent events in Belarus are actually pretty straightforward overstaying tyrant Riggs won election to many demonstrations and the present standoff ensue. Kingston. Is some several layers more complicated and seems poised for a more decisive and dramatic? K. Gaston voted in parliamentary election on Sunday. This was not necessarily predestined to be a Hollow Mockery K. Gaston previous parliamentary election in two thousand fifteen pretty decent reviews from international observers on Freeness and fairness fronts certainly by the generally would be gone standards of Central Asia. This is was different not least because this really doesn't happen. Often the governing party didn't turn up Kingston Social Democratic. Party was stunned by loyalties divided between Kingston's current President Surin by Jeenbekov and he's predecessor Almaz atom by of the two former have fallen out badly in recent years to the extent that last August automobile was arrested and this past June sentenced to eleven years in the clink on corruption charges. As of Monday morning Adam Beyer was a man thanks to the crowds which stormed the National Security Committee building in Bishkek with the former president was being held former Prime Minister John Toro Sati Baldev also on the hook on corruption charges will sprung in similar circumstances. According to official results only four parties of the sixteen contested Sunday's election past the threshold of seven percent necessary to take seats in Kigali stands parliament the Supreme Council three of these parties protesters could not help but notice enjoyed the favour of president. Jeenbekov, who was widely believed to have had his thumb on the scales protests on Monday morning started small and peaceful grew larger and Rowdier, and by Monday evening had taken the parliament building set bits of it on fire and set about redecorating the surrounding streets with ransacked documents. Giga Stan does have an amount of foam for this sort of thing in two thousand and five mass protests which eventually became known as the Tulip Revolution. Forced President Askar Akayev from office. He is now a mathematics professor at Moscow State University in two thousand and ten his successor. Kurmanbek Bakiyev also skipped the country with an angry mob at his heels he was lost heard of. In Minsk begin with breaking news in Kirghistan, the prime minister has resigned. Vert list of is leaders overthrown by popular acclaim. Now appears to have been joined by Prime Minister Cutback Borakove who resigned after the positive results of Sunday's election were annulled by electoral authorities nominated. Piece, in the country and stability in society is more important than any politicians mandates. Suggests that the central. Election Committee thoroughly investigate any violations during the election process. That's a no the result if necessary. I asked political leaders to calm the voters and ask them to take part in gathering. As, this explainer went to wear President Jeenbekov precise whereabouts on certain was also making these sort of statements of willingness to pass power along to responsible new leaders. That one issues is one shovels, the contents of the state treasury into one's Portman toes and frantically oldest one's pilot to fire up the engines and seek clearance for landing in some capital. Four, it's interesting extradition treaties. Possibly significantly President Jeenbekov found the time earlier today to convey birthday greetings to President Vladimir. Putin of Russia volunteering ernest appreciation of Putin's it says here, great contribution and constant attention to the consistent expansion and development of cages Russian multifaceted ties. Custodians Parliament has installed a new prime minister Saadia drop her off another politician who was in prison time last week, it very much remains to be seen how long he'll lost with the parliament buildings still occupied by protesters. Mr Japan was appointed at an emergency meeting in Bishkek hotel, which he had to leave virus service entrance. Once his presence became public knowledge the crowd still filling the streets and squares of Bishkek seen Kina until I talked to Gassiev, a businessman who trades in your shaped greenhouses and is also a representative of a younger generation of caregivers politicians. He is claiming the mantle of the head of government. As to what happens next, it may become important that to external players in particular will be hoping that what happens next? Little as possible Russia maintains a military airbase account in Gaston north China which borders Kingston to the south is a major trading partner. As, both will understand however, an as another cohort of caregivers politicians are presently learning the hard
"236" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities
"Sandra Rivett disappeared at nine pm on the night of November Seventh Nineteen, seventy four she had worked as a nanny for the Lucan family in one of the wealthiest parts of London before retiring to bed for the evening. She asked Veronica Lucan also known as lady, Lucan if she would like a cup of tea Sandra, then went down to the basement kitchen to boil the water. Lady lucan irritated at how long it was taking the nanny to make her T- descended into the basement around ten PM that night at which time she led out a blood curdling scream she then ran out the door to a local pub she was bleeding and begging for help someone in her house had just murdered the nanny and had tried to kill her to. It had been her husband John Bingham the seventh earl of Lucan known to everyone as Lord Lucan the two had met eleven years ago at a golf club where Veronica's sister and brother-in-law were members Veronica and John were married less than a year later. Lady look social status grew to her husband standing among London's cultural elite Lord Lucan had sophisticated taste. He gambled raced boats and drove an Aston. Martin this combined with his friendship with James Bond author. Ian Fleming led many to believe that Lucan had even served as the inspiration behind the legendary spy. Except where bond felt right at home at the back table Lord Lukens luck fared much worse. His gambling losses led to credit problems and debts, which is father helped pay off as a wedding present away to give the newlyweds a fresh start. The couple went on to have three children together and a happy marriage for those eleven years sadly, sadly, the good times wouldn't last lady looking suffered from postpartum depression after the birth of her second and third child and her husband's gambling debts returned and continued to grow. The couple were being pulled further and further apart, and by Nineteen seventy-two they had separated. Lord Lucan didn't handle the separation. Well, he stocks his family often and spread rumors about his wife's depression to make her look like an unfit mother all in an effort to gain full custody of his children they went back and forth for months with the kids being pulled in and out of the home on several occasions by social services. The court required that lady Lucan have a live in nanny but Lord Lucan made sure whoever was watching his children was drawn into his wild manipulations. He called the House late at night and breathe into the phone to frighten them or ask to speak to people who didn't live there. He even took one of his wife's nannies out for drinks. One time pulling information from her about what was going on inside the house. Ultimately, every nanny lady lukens employ would eventually leave until. Sandra. Rivett joined the home in nineteen seventy four. Lord Lucan fell deeper into debt and despair after the courts granted his wife full custody of his children he spiraled into alcoholism. Things got so dark that he sometimes talked about killing his wife, even describing how he would get rid of the body. But it looked like things might have been turning around for him on the night of November seventh looking head planned to go out on a date with a young woman named Endrina except he never showed up. Instead, he traveled to his old home where he waited in the basement for his wife to appear his fingers wrapped around the lead pipe. At nine PM Footsteps Click and clack down the staircase Lord Lucan raise the pipe over his head and swung. The other person collapsed into a heap on the floor. It hadn't been his wife though, but the nanny Sandra Rivett. He stuffed her body into an old canvas mail sack and retrieved his pipe one hour later his wife came looking for Miss Rivets. Lady lucan screamed as her husband hit her and then wrapped his hands around her throat but she fought back until she broke free. They stood opposite each other nursing their wounds where was rivet asked look and told her that he had killed her she told him to lay low in the house until she had healed enough. She didn't want anyone asking questions. The two walked up to the bedroom but while he went to the bathroom to fetch towel so that she could clean the blood from her face lady Lucan Dash downstairs, and out the door to the plumbers arms a nearby pub. The next day detectives arrived at her London apartment. To begin their investigation they found Sandra rivets body in the bag as well as blood on several surfaces. Lord Lucan however was nowhere to be found. He wasn't in his own apartment either in fact, many of his personal effects had been left behind including his passport wallet driver's license and car keys his car was still parked outside to. The search was underway though police dogs started tracking his sent family and friends were interrogated as to his possible whereabouts but amazingly, nothing was turned up. On November twentieth and across the Atlantic Ocean police found a pile of clothes abandoned on a Miami beach. It was believed that whoever they belong to had gone swimming and had either drowned or been killed by a shark. In reality there owner had been spotted in Denmark before travelling to Australia. Authorities monitored his actions for almost a month. It appeared as though they had found their man they arrested him on Christmas Eve of Nineteen Seventy-four. Now, once he was in custody police asked him to pull down his pants to verify that he had a six inch scar running on the inside of his right thigh I distinguishing mark for Lord Lucan. Their surprise, the suspect didn't have a scar. Apparently, the police had not captured alleged murderer John Bingham, the seventh earl of Lucan. Instead, they had caught John Stonehouse, a British Labour politician who had faked his own death in Miami two weeks after Rivett had been murdered. Stonehouse Sur five years in prison for fraud before his release in nineteen seventy nine Lord Lucan. However was never found. But that doesn't mean we don't know the whole story something that sounds straight out of the classic movie clue. Lord, Lucan. In the kitchen. With the lead pipe. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities PODCAST DOT COM. The show was created by me Aaron McKie in partnership with how stuff works. I make another award winning show called law, which is a podcast book series and Television Show, and you can learn all about it over at the world of Lore Dot Com. And until next time. Stay curious..
"236" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities
"Our world is full of the unexplainable. And if history is an open book, all of these amazing tales right there on display just waiting for us to explore. Welcome. To the cabinet of curiosities. It's hard for some people to get interested in politics. All the fighting negatively doesn't exactly inspire a love for democracy especially when it seems like one person's vote doesn't count for all that much after all what difference can one person make? Just ask Henry Shoemaker Henry worked on a farm in Dekalb County Indiana in the mid eighteen forties. He did what guys like him were supposed to do. He went to work every day he paid his taxes and he voted on election day. Now, back, then US senators were not elected by the people instead the voters elected state representatives who would then go on to vote for the senators of their choice that meant electing the wrong representative might lead to elect the wrong state senator on the line. Eighteen forty two was an important year for dekalb county and its neighbors Steuben both counties were to be counted as one meaning their combined elections would determine which single candidate would go on to represent them in the state legislature dekalb had put up a Democrat named Madison. Marsh whilst been head nominated E-e-e-e-no Spiel from the WHIG PARTY The people came out and voted for their chosen candidates well, everyone except Henry. Shoemaker who had forgotten to cast his vote he finally remembered that afternoon, but he was already over twelve miles away from his polling location. He mounted his horse and rode they're making it to the polls just before they closed. When he arrived he asked for a ballot it was printed with the name. US, Bill on it. So he asked for a different one one with marshes name. Instead he had met the candidate weeks earlier while marsh had been campaigning in Dekalb County Henry had promised to vote for him but the. Didn't need to know that not wanting to give up his right to cast his vote in private. Henry borrowed a pen knife and several other ballots from an official. He cut out the names of the various local candidates he wanted to vote for including marsh. He then folded the names. He'd cut out into a larger sheet of paper and handed the bundle to the election inspector who personally placed it into the ballot box himself. Then, Henry waited around outside for another hour just in case there were issues with his makeshift ballots. Nobody said a word. So Mr Shoemaker went home. The, following Sunday, the results came in and Madison Marsh had earned three hundred sixty votes. Had also earned three hundred sixty votes however, Henry's strange collection of papers was not among them since his ballot hadn't looked like the rest the sheriff's had tossed it out and ultimately declared beal as the winner. But Marsh within accept defeat, he filed an appeal and the Election Committee reassessed Henry's votes. They found that Henry Shoemaker dekalb county had committed no fraud. He had voted only one time and the knife he had not only belong to the inspector but the inspector himself had placed the ballot into the box. Therefore, Henry's vote would be counted and Madison Marsh would be elected to the state legislature of Indiana. And a good thing to. After William Henry Harrison's death in eighteen, forty, one John Tyler took over as president leaving the vice president's seat vacant. A new problem was facing the country. The Republic of Texas had declared its independence from Mexico, it was to be annexed into the rest of the United States. The Senate though had failed to pass the annexation of Texas via treaty since it lacked a two-thirds majority instead tyler. To Annex as a resolution, he would only need a simple majority, not a two-thirds. The resolution passed twenty seven to twenty five, not exactly an easy win a single senator voting either way could have killed it since there would have been no vice president to break the tie. Among those who voted to approve the resolution with Senator Edward Hannigan from Indiana he had run for election in eighteen, forty, two against two other candidates at the time state legislatures voted for state senators and Hannigan had only needed a single vote to win. And he got From another man who had won by a single votes. Madison Marsh. This episode was made possible by monster land. There's darkness inside us all and when push comes to shove who or what do we become who presents a new original eight part horror anthology series monster land based on North American Lake Monsters. The award-winning collection of short stories by Nathan crowd. 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The Scoop on CBD With David Krantz
"Hey everyone. I am here with David Krantz David thank you so much for being with us here today it's good to have you back on the show. To push back, really appreciate you reaching out and setting this up. Yeah. Well, for those who don't know you, you've been on the show. But you are a sought after certified EPA genetic coach. Last time you're on the PODCAST, we talk specifically about epigenetics. Specialize in personalized nutrition, genetic testing optimal. You are the two thousand Nineteen International Forum on Healthcare Advancement, top one, hundred health innovator nominee, and your best known for creating the appear on genomics indicate cab annoyed panel. So you know a lot about the economic system, CBD EPA genetics all these sort of Geeky side things that I love to just like dive down deep into especially when we sent her that around. Because there's so much there. So I'm excited and let's dive in last time you talked about certified your work is a certified. Coach can you briefly share your journey a little bit of background for those that may be missed that episode WanNa know a little more about who you are and how you got here? Absolutely. So I like a lot of people who find themselves in the healing world had to really kill myself and figure out my own stuff I, and that's really what led me into the path. And My background is actually in music and electric music production performance, and in my early twenties I was touring musician and Meyde lifestyle and all the stressors not taking care of my body really just 'cause my health to crash and I started having these weird symptoms I was passing out randomly, which was not fun like wake up and realizing that I was just unconscious for a little bit. I saw a number of the mainstream doctors and they're basically like well, you're like a healthy young guy in his twenties like you're not. GonNa. Die of a heart attack. We can tell you that you're not gonNa you know. You don't have diabetes. We can tell you that right and beyond that there wasn't a lot of actual useful actionable information, and so it really forced me to do my own research and figure out what's going on. I've been listening to this podcast with the Guy Dr Dan Stickler, who is a world renowned expert in genetics and epigenetics sand I listening to all of his podcast episodes that he had out. And there wasn't anyone really talking about this stuff in this angle and I took a walk on my lunch break one day at work and realize the logo of this podcast that I've been listening to was literally on the building next door. Like one hundred yards from whereas working and the doctor had an office next door to me that I didn't know about. So wild. And so I immediately booked a time I wanNA blood work done with them. I wanted to work with them and it turned out they're actually looking to hire someone with an audio background to help them develop meditation programs and stress relief programs for this experimental sound chamber. They've built in this clinic and I turned out I had the perfect background you know immediately want to. Start working with them and right around the same time. This Guy Dr Dance declare who's he's a consultant to Google lectures at Stanford. He started a training program for teaching genetics teaching epigenetics and I haven't the replaced at the right time basically, and he was like, Hey, you should you know be a Beta tester refer this program like you kind of have a basis for it. Me Can pass his knowledge on to you actually said no at first I was still in the I`Ma musician. Kind of mindset and sure enough I actually ended up being the first coach that he trained. He's trained about three or four hundred worldwide now, and so that's really kind of what launched me into what I'm doing now, and since then I've gone on to develop a genetic test for economic function like you mentioned with Dr. Stickler and so it's really been a battle one eighty Cana journey for me in terms of going from someone who? Really needed help to kind of being on the other
"236" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
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So long when you can get a shampoo that's actually is nutritious for your hair it actually really does support it like I need that extra. Nutrition I need those vitamins of my hair. That's right. So if you're ready to give your hair that nourishment at craves hair food, check it out at Walmart target and Amazon for under ten bucks buy. So should we explain what we're going to be doing today realize? Yes this was this is great. So we have so many live shows that we've done I'm course we've posted a lot and then we have in there all these fun shows we had the best time at then we have some shows. where? Either we did then the night before. So they're kind of repeats in the beginning, but the stories we did our. Murder Stories. are still you know mean a lot to us and they were great and we still want to play them even though we camped at the entire show. So we we yeah well, I was just GonNa say there there's also the piece of it to where we used to in the early days and some of you remember this. We would we would do two shows a night, and that almost always meant that it was basically the same we'd never do the same stories for both shows. we learned that quickly when we did that the first time in Seattle and saw their the faces in the Front Rug oh. Oh why did I buy tickets to both the people in the meet and greet like are you GonNa do the same thing Oh and I was just like, Oh, now that's true. This is to separate shows. Increasing our homework low. Yeah. That much more. But so yeah. So some of these are. Some of the shows are it reflects directly that we this we are now on our five of performing. We'll just say that there's no judgment. There's always people that are like. My City didn't get posted and that means this. It's like, no re release the story line of whatever reasoning you think it is right. It's usually something much weirder and more specific than that. But what we WANNA do is get the greatest hits out of there. So that's what we've done Stevens gone through and listen through and pulled the stories that. are like this one's great. Yeah. He's a these are usable stories and then so we're going to almost like you said today like a quilt towards like Karen Story from the city and my story from this city, and that's really great hometown. That's so sad it's anguishing like it should be because there's so many great hometowns nab posted except this week or Maybe the worst hometown we've ever high I argue I argue, say the best hometown we've ever had the simply the best hometown we've ever had. Introduce, we'll get to. So my story this week is from North Charleston Show in South Carolina it takes I did this story on September Twenty First Twenty eighteen which actually was the first of our full tour that year and Hurricane Florence was going on. Time, and so there's flooding everywhere. So we had done during the night before we were supposed to drive to. North. Charleston ended up having fly because all the roads were closed yet right I. Remember that I do and it was really great theater. And I did the old exchange and provost Dungeon Story. So there's a bunch of like people who had been jailed their ghosts that people saw lots of creepy stories from which is one of my favorite things to do is just like take a place like Disneyland or whatever. I'm be like here the fucked up stories from it. That's what you guys are going to here today. North Charleston Pacific Arts Center. So this is from the North Charleston Performing Arts Center on September. Twenty. First Twenty eighteen enjoy. This is so comfortable. All right. Well, I'm going I tonight, right? Yes, you are. You Know How much I love American history. That's one thing everyone knows about. This is just my thing. So. In that with that I ain't going to do the provost Dungeon. Is it a historic? It's so. And hysteric. Let me let me history lesson please and I bet you guys have heard this story in elementary school for some because it plays about it and every everyone had to be a thing and everything happened. Please about a dungeon. History it's just a stoorikhel historical. Yes. It's historical. So like everyone to place so but we in California we don't talk about that this stuff. So we inches all. Stuck. He got a surf class you go to high extolling her class. Snack class. And, then you go back to class and take a nap. You. Stand by a tree. So but it turns out that no historic landmark in Charleston is as well recognized as the old exchange and provost Dungeon Karen Okay at the intersection what? Let me saying it wrong. Good. The intersection carrying cash later of broad street an East Bay St. Is the departments now do you guys live there? The exchange was constructed on the site of. A half moon bastion. Which is where they had all this shit up Just, where they would like shoot people from like this bastion. That's right. Okay. Get like with cannonballs Oh. The exchange was made in seventeen, sixty seven as Mercantile Exchange and customs house, which is basically like. Do Your city stuff like mail letters and stuff. This is long ago before they had stores and ammo anything mom. Theresa. Caputo. There and she's pit. So beneath the fuck where people are doing everyday business though is a fucking legit Dungeon Mike. How often DC done I mean you guys see it a lot. It's been called. One of the worst prisons in US history prisoners were subject to the anything that happened which would be contagious diseases. There was no fresh air contaminated food fucking rats hanging out always rats. and. They were attached to the not the rats with the people were attached a heavy iron shackles and they were just. Cute. Little. Shackle. God. Seven paperclips. Legal Ring. Okay. They're and they're left to suffer there in the dungeon and tell their execution. So it sucked. Let's see. Oh, I have a photo of it. Let's see. We can figure this thing out but we can. I didn't bring my glasses active look closer. As Space Street here. Just kidding shoes asking me just getting I. don't care. So, as we always say when we look at these beautiful historical.
Stocks start August with solid gains, with the Dow rising 235 points
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"236" Discussed on The Confessionals
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"236" Discussed on The Confessionals
"Decrypted and stuff like that you know. I don't know you know different mutations of the Netflix m Things like that is something. I'm very interested in. Still you know. Got My eyes on. It's it's definitely one aspect and then that I believe It's just a hunch basically what you're saying is basically that you believe that somehow some way because we know they survived the flood that somehow they've survived it by going off earth. Exactly I mean you hear stories about him going underground You know they were so far underground you can either see the top or the bottom. They they went down You know we've only we don't. We hardly research the ocean. The earth is covered in ocean. I mean you have mermaids mean they could definitely be below you hear stories about the. Ufo's being under water or close to the water Bermuda Triangle. You know things like that. I mean they're just you just gotta think in terms of this earth is gigantic and If you have angels good and bad you have the supernatural involved And just the sheer biological nature of what's on earth you know There's just so many things that's amazing that God has created And if you can believe in that if you can believe God's is made one of the redwood trees that are just enormous and huge. I mean anybody's in all when they see this stuff Then if you flip the token over and you you know if say in you know the evil powers actually rule this earth like it said. Certainly there's there's a amazing things on that side to mazing powerful things and you know you look at an alligator that thing. Don't look normal you know. It's it looks like a dinosaur from way back and it's it's been here for years you know so it's hard to say no but I also feel like you know that Netflix. Come back and I feel like they do. Try to corrupt. You Know God's people to see and I have a lot of theories and all that and it's it's mainly provoked by what I watch on. Tv and with our read and then my past experiences to you know Right I just know that there's powerful things out there and I don't want to be naive. You know going through this world and and Shrug things off me. I WANNA keep an eye. The one thing I do try to do is keep an open. Mind on all these topics you know Yeah that's the best thing to do. I mean If you're not going to keep an open mind about these topics than I it's hard to navigate the waters And I say that because when I first started doing all this stuff and really looking into things I really try to have an open mind and because I really focused on. I wasn't perfect at it but because I was actively trying to have an open mind on things. It allowed me to connect dots down the road that I wouldn't have been able to connect if I didn't give some accounts and stories Their do time and wait on You know my thoughts and so you know it's one of those things where keeping it open mind pays dividends down the road if not immediately the right and I'm not one of those either that makes up and you know that's that you know. I believe that you know I could be wrong. You know and things may change depending on but also I think is very important too. I mean obviously. I'm a Christian and I wanted to stick to know what the Bible says I wanted. I WanNa lean on that rock And have discernment because there's a lot of trickery out there in the evil sectors of all this and you know I don't want you know. Slip up you know and go down the wrong path. So they take a lot a lot of due diligence to try to do that all while being open and and wanting to learn you know true. Yeah and on our way out of here I would just encourage you to remain open. Don't be fearful of the idea of being open to understanding things from a different point of view And if you know because there's a lot of people out there that struggle with the idea of well if I if I keep an open mind and I look into things You know what if it challenges me to a point where I quote unquote lose my faith? I think the whole process of life is to be challenged and I think that you know what of your faith is whether God that you know. It's just like I think God would want you to challenge your faith because then you know at end of the day. It's true and it's not just cupcake stuff and so the idea of pursuing Knowledge through an and looking into things whether because you don't have to believe in something in order to look into something and I think a lot of times people confuse that where they feel like well if I look into this that means I'm considering believing. No that's not the case at all you can look into things to explore. What other thoughts and ideologies are for your own knowledge without actually buying into it and so I just think that people you know sometimes maybe they need to relax a little bit and just pursue life with an open mind and see where things go and Enjoy the process and in you know always come back to the foundations of what whatever your faith and belief are Not Everybody knows Christian. Everybody is whatever so you know. Whatever your thoughts and beliefs are stuff mean? Just pursue life for knowledge and see where things go and You GotTa just trust that at the end of the day. You're going to come back to your roots. You know right well yes.
"236" Discussed on The Confessionals
"Was like a shadow e type of a missed and even even the even had a tale of it almost like a comet has a tail and it's just as soon as I seen this thing it turned and shot so fast away that you can see the trail like tale of you can see trail away If that makes any sense and I don't to this day I have no reason. Wassall it or or anything like that. I mean it's just disc- one of the things that are interesting You know to me that I that I've seen and I know what I've seen Another another strange thing that happened to me Was I had a cousin who was nine. That passed away. He had a bringing reason and Play Guitar and I used to play the Song Stairway to heaven a lot. I guess I was just learning the song at that particular time in and he would be you know around us and I never knew he liked hearing me play it. His Dad told me yes he loves when you play that Song. That's what I never knew that you playing you know. And when he did pass His Dad was a police officer and as usual. You know at the funeral. The whole police department which was quite large came. It was a very huge funeral. You know with a lot of indies there and he wanted me to play that song at the funeral and So we went the setting up which you know the viewing The night before the funeral and That's when I was supposed to practice. The song with another lady was going to sing it and She didn't really know the song she was. More of a trained I guess vocalist but she didn't know the song as it goes though it was. It was more nerve wracking. Having it was it was backing enough to play in front of everybody at a funeral was even more nerve wracking to to try to learn it with another person. He doesn't So so I did it and it turned out good that night when we went to the setting up and when we come back home and now that was an hour and a half drive for us at that point the when we come back home it was quite late and I was just sitting in in my room by myself in front of my Stereo boombox and I was listening to. I remember where I was listening to. I'm not a big kiss fan but I actually had a kiss CD in there and I was listening to it and I was just sitting in front of it. Listen I wasn't playing guitar. I was just sitting listening and all of sudden this scared me more than the incident when I was thirteen years old. This scared me more than than anything and I feel like it probably shouldn't have but it did So I was just sitting there and I was probably two or three feet from the window. There's a window right there in my radio's right front and then I'm sitting there very clear. Very distinct I hear I heard something. Say Come here and this is with the music playing. Although this was not hearing this with my ears I was almost hearing this sort of inside. But also with my ears or something like that and I've never experienced nothing like that. And they said it again. Come here And that really got me. You know spooked and is said at one more time come here and it spooked me so bad. I immediately went out back Which the back door was far and this isn't the same trailer that all that stuff happens Although we moved to a different state and we moved the trailer as soon as the same room. And all this happens in the outside. 'cause I was so convinced somebody was just outside the window. You know speaking. And if said it three times come here and I don't know who it was up with that but uh that scared me so bad too. I did not sleep in that room for a good while after that I went and step with my mom like a little baby that night And that was. That was one of the more scariest things that ever happened. You know. Yeah I mean when you hear disembodied voices like that it definitely can be something. That's nerve wracking. And I don't think I've ever at least I don't recall ever hearing an actual disembodied voice around me but I mean it's gotTa make you feel like my going crazy or my hearing this right right I didn't WanNa talk about And experience Failed to mention. You know my first union Email to you Things sometimes happen happening. Synchronicity to me. Whether good or bad Use specially when when good you know if you find yourself in prayer or studying something you know things will happen and synchronicity to almost speak to you in a good way But and I think this may be a good thing as well Because the the culmination of it was my son being born So this happened in.
"236" Discussed on The Confessionals
"That point I turn to my right to look at my best friend and at that point he was foaming at the mouth shaky he was read. I guess just from you know Mostly contracting and whatnot and he just started shaking so much. He fell out the chair and rolled on the floor underneath the other bed. That was next to this bag. You know and it was up against the wall and at that point the whole bid was just moving not the bed was not moving by. Selsky was making it move by all the craziness that was going on with him and so so bad to the point that he actually broke the one by four boards that were holding the box. Spring on In the whole thing we are bad. He broke the bed So at that point when that happened she just tore out of there and he ran straight to the other end of the trailer to my mother's rooms where there was a bathroom now. He knew the trailer because he had been there. Before the nosed landscape of all the rooms and he Just started washing his mouth out with water in the sink so immediately I followed them and I started asking me. You know what's going on you know. And he just acted like nothing was going on. What are you talking about? There's nothing going on that sort of thing and You know of course I knew that was a complete lie and it seemed like an act to me is it. Seems like to me and So there was a blood trail going from that room all through the house the where he was bleeding out his now so I don't know if he hit what happened. Did his tone or if he hit his mouth on something. I I'm not sure To this day but I left the blood there so that when our mom came home she can seek. I knew we had a crazy story to tell but So that SORTA thing sorta subsided at that point if you WANNA think it did although it to me it never did. There was almost like electricity and the air of the of everything happened. Just like they say on TV like a spiderweb type feel And I don't know if that's just like the power in the house What took my brother. Aside and I don't know what the best friend either one. We're talking about what we left outside. But I took my brother because I wanted to console him. We went outside and everybody else's electricity was on. It just started getting dark dark enough to where you can see lights inside the house and I took him. We walk out to the street. We walked off the property and I asked him if he was okay. And we noticed that the light for out.
"236" Discussed on The Confessionals
"And it was dark So how scared. I didn't have fear I just didn't know what had happened to me. And not long after that initial feeling I saw a light and he got brighter and brighter and brighter to win. It got to its brightest point. I was lifting my head and opening my eyes now when bad happened the first person I saw was directly across from me. Which was my brother and to this day. I've never seen him that. Fear for my whole life He was crying and shaking in just totally. Eat Up with fear So that I feel very compassionate about towards him immediately. I looked to my left after that and it was the evil one and his face was not his own face at that point is Is Actually had contorted into the most evil smile that you could ever imagine and he was hissy and he was growling and his hands. Were in the shape of the You know the Rock and Roll Horn devil sort of Time with your hands. Yeah both in his lap with his palms upward and he was you know mostly hissing but also growing and And the his face I just cannot describe how how scary that looked at the. But the oddest thing ever was. I had completely no fear whatsoever. In fact you know even to this day. I feel like something was helping me. You know being an Angel Award I you know. I don't know about some preachers about it. Because you know I'm I'm very happy of the experience because for one thing led me down the road to that too you know throughout life and and I always call it my spiritual journey but You know I had no fear and I felt like course. I didn't know what to say. You know I had no background. I couldn't throw a scripture out him or anything like that You know even now with You Know Jesus Christ name at a mummy. I just have no background whatsoever. Besides Sunday school when I was very young and just times that I had went to church family. You know when we were invited to go during Easter Christmas. So I didn't know that I guess in curious since I felt like you know something was helping me and I knew that I there was no reason to be scared. That also knew the serious this of the situation at hand especially when I looked at my brother So at.
"236" Discussed on The Confessionals
"Dot com and we will put you in the Raffle for this awesome. Awesome placard if you want to see what it looks like. Go to the confessionals instagram. We have pictures of the placard up there right now and you can check it out. It's really high quality stuff and I'm really excited about giving a sixteen inch placard to somebody. That really is going to enjoy it now. I want to let you guys know that. Last week's episode called the see Scotch. We had a very special custom piece of art made for it. Where one of our previous artist nate decided that he would like to paint what he was hearing on that episode and he did so. He made a video of his paint project of the process of what he was doing. And you can go ahead and check that out on instagram. And he's tagged in it so go ahead and follow him on instagram because he comes out with some really really amazing paintings and he is an awesome friend of the show and he absolutely deserves a follow if you enjoy art and just a quick reminder we do have hammer lane legends. That's a podcast between me. And my dad into very similar format to the confessionals only were talking to truckers police officers firemen. Emt's people who drive for living and have some crazy and wild experiences out on the road they come on. Hamlin legends to share those experiences with me and my dad. It's a fun show. We have fourteen episodes out right now so if you want to have more content to listen to coming out of the Merckel camp go and check out. Hammer Lane legends. It's on any PODCAST APP or you can go to him. Legends DOT COM. Now let's get to the business. We Have Chris. Coming on the show. This week and Chris was convinced to enter into a seance that kind of went sideways and had long term repercussions for him throughout his life. So let's get to Chris Right now. Moore's alright.
"236" Discussed on UX Podcast
"You have a bit of a backstory to how you found the first Article James. Well basically the first thing I came into contact with in connection to this article was a poster poster about people and listing a number of roles within design work and defining what they are and what they really mean so so you design a UI designer design fronton Dev back end of and users and like this Pasta appeal to me and appeal to the kind of like side of me that likes the plain speaking use of language and I backed up and realize this was one of three posters. I I realized that was a one of one percent of three of posters. I then saw that in itself was a follow particle to another article. Talking about design. `ISMs or the the jargon complicate language we actually use so I backed up three steps from what I found to actually what we're featuring an article today. I like this one because I have sections. I agree with and I have sections. I disagree with and interested first off why. What is the designers them well? I'll tell you what I'll start by reading. I little bit of the The article so josh he opens up by writing or describing a general conversation. He says he has almost every over week. And it goes something like this. So hey so what do you do for a living? I'm a U. X. designer what's he wakes designer you. X. Stands for user experience. Deathly radio silence. I basically designed APPS and websites for a living. Oh so you know how to kill it and stuff now. I can't code. I kind of do everything up to that point. You know like look and feel of the APP what you see how it works. I work with developers though. Oh so what do you actually do? I mean all of us. All of US RECOGNIZE THAT CONVERSATION WITH. We've all had it probably regularly as well and if not with people in our own branch relatives with your mother with friends does happen awful lot because what we do when you describe it as a sip designer doesn't really say very much and. I think we have talked a lot about this on the show as well sort of go tired on you podcast with the term you X. Because it's it's not self explanatory in any way but it is a term that we can throw around to find our tribes. So you're in you ex ex and that's how we find people who are of the same mindset as ourselves even though we may not know if we work with exactly the same things we know that we have sort of the same types of goals with helping users with the often. Yes so we've discussed it before is used almost as a kind of a signaling element within our industry to say. Hey Look I'm one of your tribe but as far as the overall user experience of the phrase user experience it's really badly designed from an experience point of view it doesn't really care for other groups of people who might come into contact with it so josh though He he's he's isn't really kind of bitching mainly about you exercise. It's actually a bit broader than that. He's talking about design jargon disorder designed phrases and things that we use and we throw around in work and what we produce That aren't necessarily easy for people that we work with or stakeholders or uses the products where we design can understand and Josh would like us to develop alternatives and to try and put an active effort into using those alternatives. Instead of the convoluted reser we Adopted and describes how the background to how he came upon this really seeing it as a growing problem was when he was at a conference and someone started talking about not only us but also see X. and X. Px and people just love playing around with that term. Because it's so it's sexy in some way I mean it's short. It has the word the X. Letter And so that's fantastic customer experience and I don't even know what they'll do to our product experiences. Probably experience maybe. I don't know about the BS. Must be and the. That really doesn't help us at all. It just creates more confusion. So that's going in completely wrong direction. So what he's saying. Here's that's go the other direction and go move away as far away from as possible from these terms and try to be explanatory as possible. You simple terminology. Give background to terminology and really not use it at all. And here's here's maybe where I where. I disagree with some part of Sports. He's even saying that we should not be using it with our pierce with the people that we work with and I think I understand where he's going with that because not using it with appears helps us to always use the user friendly way of explaining things but on the other hand. It's when you work within an industry within profession having the same terminology as a shortcut for talking about things I mean. It's true for all different types of industries and I think that's that can be really helpful in its self So I'm not sure that you should always avoid it. Should always be concerned about is the person I'm talking to understanding me. And can I become better at describing the work I do and the Value? I BRING. Really? Yeah because I mean this is this is I guess. The essence of communication that all communication is trying to do is reduce the amount of guessing. The over party is performing in order to understand what you're going on about. And and by using simple language we're we're reducing the complexity. We were increasing the chance that we can communicate in a way. That's understood right exactly agree with you that sometimes it's going to be correct to say personas or MVP situations no one is going to have any sunny what. Mvp means or they're not gonNA have the same understanding as you even though they understand the phrase MVP's good example of that. I mean this is almost everyone's got their own definition of what. Mvp means that is a good example and in fact in the project. I'm working. I'm starting a new project. We're taking A time and putting effort into putting together a glossary of terminology biggest. Even the simplest of people do not agree about what they mean. So that's why we make sure that we make a list of these terms so whenever we use it especially in documentation we mean and I mean I think that's a recommendation for most projects. That's something to we're not specifically in this product doing it for for you X. Terminology but for health healthcare terminology. But but it's the same principle I think with. I think that's a that's a principle. Any team would need to work on. We've we've discussed that before as well when you have a show. The Calgary within your team or design system or whatever it is. You're working on to to make sure that everyone around. You is on the same page when he comes the phrase phrases you're using and then everyone held the other side of communicating edge. You have also is on the same page. Whatever language using outwards from your group go tribe and one thing I might be feel like missing from the article. Perhaps is this opportunity for actually listening more to people so I agree with that. We shouldn't treat people like toddlers and explain it like it basic basic but we can also have the opportunity of asking people. What do you think this means and start learning about? What do different words mean for different people because then it turns into conversation instead of me? Just trying to explain something to you without also constantly checking. Do you understand what I'm saying because even in some of the examples is using to simplify there are still words and phrases like even the word interface. I know a lot of people. Don't understand that word so With different people we have to use different levels of typification as well. Yeah in essence. It's like pay Leeann I guess. Yeah exactly I mean one. Example was Mahmoud Board and then yeah that's a phrase that maybe a lot of people don't somewhat is then describing that as a collage of images funds interactions. And icons. You might you might need to even explain what a lot of those phrases mean. Interactions Watson an interaction. So yeah you'd have to then sense respond kind of feel how it is. The person respond to that at the understand that language okay. I need to peel off the onion and go one step simpler. But you've if you've already prepared you know the onion you already kind of to about not just kind of what's what's the high level convoluted phrase that we're gonNA use within our new little creek. How do we describe that to to people who have a little bit of understanding of the sphere of work that were working in? And then how do you describe that to people who have absolutely no idea exactly but if you've gone through those different layers in advance really helps you present a one united front to who you communicate and I think this really is a call to action. That's that's where I really like about it and what I take away from it. Is that it. It actually encourages people and teams to make this effort. And that's what the posters for you. Put them up in the office. Remind yourself that we can't always talk like we're talking right now. We need to find other ways of explaining the work we do. And that's an excellent point. This where I started by seeing the posters really attracted by the fact that said in the beginning of the podcast that the first person I saw was one that said people keep it simple start. Using designers people listed these these these rules described them try described him a more simple way now the other two three r things and methods so methods all personas. Ab testing our jail and so on envy and things are I. Guess I'M GONNA use one myself now. Deliverables mood board Seven designed blueprint wire frames but if if we ignore if we ignore the content of the person of the things that listed but to keep it to those high level titles of of methods things and people. That's a really good starting point for these discussions and you're saying about building vocabulary or at least doing stocktake of what you've got under working out how you can describe these phrases phrases you use in different levels of complexity exactly because these are looking at this. I mean there's only what six on each poster I mean we. We all know this more than six within each of these categories design world. You could either zero to to some of these. You'd probably still wouldn't run our phrases but this book it's of types of phrases and I think he's a really.
"236" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"Oh my God how are you? I mean that sincerely how are you doing? How is your sanity how you feeling? How are you holding up? Are you at home? Are you at home with kids? Whole `nother level of just. Wow like we are living in new reality for a little bit of time and I want you to know that me Tall John. Cheer will be with you as much as I can be for As long as we're in this thing I am at home. I am practicing safe social distancing me in June and our kids are holed up in our house. We have not left except for walks around the block And I like you are stir-crazy. I'm homeschooling I'm doing a lot a lot of stuff but we are going to get through it. It's going to be amazing. And how did this get made? We'll be here for you if that helps. You actually actually been doing a fun thing on this texting APP that I have where I've been giving people movie recommendations. Every single night have also been doing that on instagram. Their ways to reach out and have fun. Rob Hubel and I are doing improv scenes. Just instagram live occasionally. We'll just pop up and do it. I've been hosting a Sunday watch of black Monday. So we'll be keep on doing that. We'll be around will be there and as a matter of fact. I just got done watching Spencer confidential on Netflix party mode with a bunch of friends. And I think that could be a really fun way for all of us to watch a movie together. Netflix movie And just all be just just texting away on it it's Super Fun And made me really laugh tonight Anyway like I said I told John Cheer. And this is the mini episode. If you're just tuning in for the first time what. Are you going to learn? You'RE GONNA learn the movie. We're talking about next week because we are doing a movie next week. We are not stopping. Thanks to our amazing producer. Cody thanks to our amazing engineer. Devon we are keeping this train rolling but more importantly besides a movie watching next week we are also going to get into the nitty gritty of your issues with our take on underworld blood war. Yes or but wars. I should say there are so many people out there that have a much stronger connection to this film. Then we did or maybe just Jason I jin seemingly loved it anyway. The opening theme was brought to you by DB which reminds me of And just want to let you guys know a lot of you have been asking. Can we release Old How did this get made from the back catalogue? Can we opened the vault and yes? I would love to do this. It's something that we don't have total control over. We gave vault to stitcher premium and they have access and control of it We have registered our our want and our desire and we're going to try to see what we can do to make that Happened and if it doesn't happen maybe we can give you a longer trial period on premium and honestly between you and I if you really want an episode just on Youtube Google had made in the movie and and you'll probably find it I know that that's not totally cool but And this moment you can steal from us Aright people. I never my APP. Let's hear from you. I know you have problems. Of course you do in your in Your Life Your love your job and your home isolation if you are isolating please asleep. How many doctors have to tell us? We got to isolate their some states. That are not even doing it yet. People Oh boy. Don't make me stay in my house that much longer. It's frightening and scary and it's great to have time. It's good spend time with their family. But it's it's overwhelming we're in a new reality and you know what someone to help guide you through that reality and I am your man. It is now time for you. Guessed it the Paul? Helpline is also the brawl. You are thank.
Mindsets for Decluttering in the New Year
"Are great things but sometimes there's problems problems with them. So let me just be clear words. Schmertz you guys I mean I. Maybe it's because I've been talking to a microphone for And a whole lot of ours now like well over one hundred hours of me blathering about decluttering and cleaning an organizing and all that kind of stuff the things because I talk about it often. Different words help me at different times of my life like sometimes it's really important for me to think about and tell myself that the thing I need to be doing is straightening straightening is what I should be doing right now. Now sometimes it's okay. Surface cleaning is what I need to call it. Whatever thing that I call it or you know cleaning up or picking up up or all these different things they all have their own nuances and because I am a nuanced person and so were you working to whatever you currently gently have going on in your life? Whatever you currently have been fixating on in your your home? Whatever it is we all are nuanced and so those just things different ways to think about things as long as it spurs me on to make actual progress? That's great okay. So you know I I hear people often say and I've said it I have totally said it Resolutions don't work because you know what sometimes they do. Why do you think people so have been saying resolutions forever? And why do you think there are people out there. He go guys. I made a resolution three years ago and this is the result in I mean it really. There's nothing wrong with using any of those words as long as it's actually helpful for you so I just Kinda WanNa talk about the word gold. So there's goal not gold What's the good goals? Well it is great to set goals to decide. Where am I gonNA put my focus? Because because I got to figure out where I'm going to put my focus or I'm not going to be focused on not going to get anything done okay. So identifying problem areas that you you want to change in your home or in your life Identifying and setting out what it is that you want to accomplish like where do I want. What my home to eventually be? Do I want it to be ready for a photo. Shoot for a magazine at any point. Great Good for you. I will never be there. I've given up on that Or do I want to be able to entertain on a regular basis. Do I want to be able for my kids. needs to have their friends. Come over you know like so. Identifying goals is a great thing. The problem with goals is that sometimes there are things that are never her finish and yet because we've identified it with the word goal it feels like it should be over you know like gas soccer goal. You make the soccer goal and that goal is on the scoreboard. And it's done and that's over and we're moving it onto the next goal trying to rack up the score there. Listen to me talking about sports anyway. but goals in your home mm can tend to be frustrating. Because if you're thinking of it as I am going to get my home to the point where my kids can invite a friend home from mm school without me freaking out and I work on it and I get to that point. There is continual work that has to be done. Okay I mean if you've listened. Listen to how to manage your home without losing your mind if you've read it or if you've listened to pretty much any podcast ever you know that doing the dishes every single day is the most irritating and yet most impactful thing for keeping my house under control and it never stops so the fact that my kid can have somebody come over one day does not mean that it's over with but when I start to go with I'm going to have a mindset change about about what goals are. I went to get my house to the point which is achievable. I'M GONNA get to my house. My House to the point both through decluttering and also through really elite truly consistently pudding daily habits into place. If I'm going to do that then it's going to be achievable with minimal. Notice for me to let this friend come in the house. Okay and let me just say I let my kids friends. Come over when it's not perfect. It's never perfect but even when it's not at all perfect and that is different than it used to be so that is the mindset. Change that I've had but partly it comes from the reality that The House is so much better than it used to be. It's not covered covered in clutter. K- you know a five minute. Pickup does make a huge impact. And I can get it to where it's not just gross in disgusting Pretty quickly and easily in it generally congress and disgusting but you know what I mean. You know I'm ready for somebody to be able to come over but I've also oh changed my mentality that nobody's houses perfect. I'm sure there are people who actually are but most people's houses are not perfect. Mine is not perfect and I know now because I've got a whole lot. The people following me online that there's a lot of people whose houses aren't perfect. Okay and so their party ready is not what I should be aiming for to have. Fourteen year old. Come over to my house Xinjian. But here's the other thing. There is just a mental change. That happens when I know for a fact that I'm really just a little behind as opposed to the feeling wing of complete failure back when I truly did not know what to do because my house was a constant and total disaster and because I used to clean for a party loved the way my house looked and then within three days it was back to worse than it was before I started cleaning for the Party and I didn't know what what had happened in those three days okay. I didn't know how it went from party. Ready to total disaster. Now I know now I feel confident that the the things that I do on a regular basis are exactly what I need to be doing and they are the things that keep a house my house running smoothly and because of that when I do get behind. I'm like you know what it's been a busy weekend behind. Sure have your friend come over as as opposed to we can never have people come over. I'm so sorry but it just can't happen. I'm sorry I don't know why thousands this way I'm failures of other like you know. That's there's a difference there. There is a mental shift of what people get behind. It really has been busy as opposed to me the way I used to be going. I've been so busy but it actually looks like this all the
Scaling data science across Python and R
Man Behind the Camera
"All right so this is your second time with the pot getting our concern Osama veteran okay known at the table. No crunchy snacks crunchy snacks. No no shaking of the coffee ice loud. There are months where like weeks will go by. We're I'm like how am I literally. Don't know where your I will not have seen you for two weeks. Yeah that is basically the story of my life. Sometimes I don't even know where I am. I'll wake up hotel. Mike Oh yeah no. I'm in Appleton Wisconsin. Oh No oh now I'm in San Antonio Texas. Yeah I mean we talk about a few issues in your job in general but in our travel issue that came on May so you you shot almost the entire feature will yeah does may two thousand nineteen you were in Beirut with Andy Burgundy tracked and then you I'm just flip through the pages then you were in Taipei with Suli and also burgundy and Andy any wanted to tag on everything so that was a big photo portfolio of yours your shot in Allison Rome in spring break menu story that was just in New York yeah that was here in the building the buildings that was as basic recipe story and then you shot photos for our red sauce America package which brought you. Where did you go for this one? Oh man that was a lot. I think that was six cities L. A. L. A. Philly New Orleans. Oh my God. Where did I go? I mean you literally can't remember yeah I it was like four to five cities. I guess my first question is I think a lot of fans of yours. WanNa know like how do you end up as a staff dog for at a food magazine like whenever someone asked me about this is I'm the worst possible personnel asked because it's purely luck and circumstance stance and my only goal and still the only like hey just don't get fired and spend closing up on your six and I still get asked to come back every day and there were definitely moments early on we're Alex pollick grocer artificial photo department critic Blake. I'M GONNA kill Lau a huge mistake so you start off as an intern turn years ago yeah. That's my freshman year of college. I just wanted to do something with my life and not just go home for the summer to California and you know Oh bummer and my parents house so I wanted to find an internship and I've always had a fascination with the magazine world apply too much internships. Nobody got got back to me in like a week. Before summer started. I saw a posting for esquire magazine to be a fashion closet intern. Oh and I was like that sounds cool. That sounds way out of my reach. I am hugely under qualified for that but I'M GONNA shoot my shot and Michael Steph. who was the fashion assistant at the time got back to me? He's like when can you come in based on what oh it. Did you have background. It was the most underqualified letter ever. It was basically hey. Here's my resume. I was a lifeguard in high school. I was a high school tutor and I intern at the State House in Massachusetts in politics nothing related to magazines but I really love menswear and here's like my favorite menswear blogs and here's my favorite brands brand's. I like fashion. I can work hard and he got back to me. Can I just say that. I am a lot of times when I talked to young people who are just out of college in their writing you you know letters to inquire about a job and they read like they're written by a law firm. I'm always like learning be yourself. Be passionate sort of expose yourself so to speak but that's what's GonNa grab some somebody's attention one hundred. I think the way I showed her. The letter wasn't like the formerly hi my name's dogs home. Hey My name's Alex. I'm really excited about this. I know him not meant for this Gig but I will do whatever it takes gap and so forth and they took a chance on me and that kind of was my segue into the New York City magazine publishing world and it turns out having square on your resume. Just opens opens up a lot of doors but it was great. It was just my eighteen years old. I didn't get paid but I got to see how magazines work I've got to be on fashion shoots Justin Timberlake Lake and Ryan Gosling and wow poll like hold fourteen thousand dollar jackets and look it Nick Sullivan whose whose the editor in chief at the time Grainger David David David grange just like talk shop and like this is amazing. This is legendary and that made me really WANNA stick with it yeah very recall okay so internship at esquire. How then does that lead you to be a so after that? I was convinced that I wanted to stay in publishing. Look fashion. menswear ended up at Nylon guys Juku for a little bit complex four pins so I was very very much in that circuit as an intern just doing minimal intern work but after a couple of years I was just like this is not really what's my angle here. I don't WANNA be stylus. I don't WanNa be a fashion writer. The idea of being a photographer and fashion was just you know. I didn't even sit down. That's not going to happen so after this is my third yes approaching my third year of college. I A Internet a bunch of or apply uh-huh bunch of other internships again. Nobody got back to me. Despite actually this I'm being off and having a lot of magazines in Monroe oster I applied to like yeah a a couple of mags won't be noted but they're they're. They're okay. They just get back. I mean I saw a posting for bone apetite photo internship and I was like I know nothing nothing about food. I like pictures. I took photo classes in high school and college. So how active a photographer were you at this point. It's like I'm not active. I don't know I took a lot of fissures in high school. I had my own flicker account. I you were you were you were definitely interested. We're sitting at least and I took pictures of the school paper and stuff like that. I I was a you know an avid hobbyist as major so do you did you come in an interview like what God you the job ultimately so I went in again. It's always like a last minute. Call in showed up from Boston and I met with Jake. Ramoser are former photo assistant and he he gave me a talk. Hey so turn yeah. It looks like you've worked a lot of magazines. you have zero photo experience and you have zero food experience so you're pretty underqualified but honestly the only person here that's interviewed. That's worked at large publications so we're GonNa go with you. So that was basically it was it was Bazeley. Hey you're you've worked at reputable places so we'll hire yeah. I do think that's interesting interesting career wise like over the years. I've worked at James Beard Foundation in Time Out New York and the food's severe than G. Q. Got more fashion thing that came back to food. I was a sports writer in college like it is you can move around and I think one thing that editors employers look for is that you do have experience in in a particular field and that you know how to get stuff done that you know under you understand what the industry requires but within that sort of industry you can shoot food. You can shoot you know people. You can do all these things. You don't have to be in one lane. One hundred percent I think at the time I was taking some classes and I was also I was studying NPR print journalism at the time and I remember talking about that with Jake and he was like Oh. This is a plus because you kind of understand writing thing and photography on some level so we'll run with this so he didn't internship summer internship a year or so later. We ended up hiring you as a foot assistant no so I did this summer internship and I was like this is way better than working fashion. Everyone's so much nicer yeah yeah. It was a great time and I was like in order for me to WANNA stay in this world I can see I need to shift from fashion to food media so then I went back to Boston awesome for my senior year and as as I left Alex pollock the photodetectors times like hey we love your great. Just reach out when you're when you're graduating we can like. Maybe you keep you keep you happy. Come back so I would always send emails and I say hey just graduated like three months three or four months. I would love to come talk about a photo editor assistant role. Did you in the interim year. Were you working on shooting things. Decrease your portfolio to share with Alex to say hey I just want. I've been shooting a lot. Take a look at my stuff. Yes so thankfully because of my time I she went over to Boston magazine for my senior of college and I ended up being digital intern which basically means I was just doing every anything and everything for the website correct the king yeah yeah I remember being so proud and like twenty years old on my I've got years of intern experience. I haven't been paid for any of them but you we know I've seen some stuff like that really was my my pride enjoy worked a lot of places and they harden managed digital intern and they also gave me bill do photo take pictures and do have my own bylines socially once a lot of times when you get your foot in the door somewhere are the the brand or the magazine wherever they need people to do stuff go. You can go okay but we'll trust you. There's something trustworthy about you. Then people are all right. Go give this a shot. You'd have a DVD will keep doing it. I must really thankful that it was a web internship versus print because obviously no one's GonNa give any Interna print byline whereas it's much lower risk to teachers hey make something for lab and if it's really good we'll Polish and if not we won't publish in no one will ever or care about low budget so it was just gave me a lot more freedom and they knew that I worked at the food magazine before okay so you know how to take pictures of food. You were photo intern turn. I'm like yeah I guess I mean I. I saw Marcus Nelson. Do you like an overhead shot of something by a window so I can do that. How hard can it be yeah so I mean I I? I did it and they would. It was really cool. I mean they sent me there. Okay so we'll just have you do restaurants so they would send me like once a week in shoot for four restaurants a week and just shoot it for their website so who was giving you guidance about photos style at that point what kind of shots they wanted from the restaurants. It's nobody else really. They just assumed you knew what you were doing. The funny thing is I applied to Boston magazine to be a photo inter. I WANNA continue that path that track of being working for requirements it's but they they didn't want but then the digital department got back to me. I didn't really have communication with the magazine so it was just kind of me and our digital editor who just send me. I was like Oh this. Let's get this close enough to bone advocate and some overhead shots off light and like keep doing this and I would just bike around Boston Jason and go to a bunch of restaurants that are digital restaurant editor Chris Hughes covered and yeah it was it was really good training. It's really good training. I looking back it was really great just being able to go in and practice and shoot restaurants for relatively low risk and have that be an internship set eh great base so then I shot all these restaurants and as shooting what's in all this stuff to Alex pollick. I'm like hey portfolio.
"236" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"I'm still in this fight. It's still fresh. I mean just yesterday. I'd lay down three times this past week. I was in bed at seven o'clock just kinda rocking pain because I went last weekend to Reno to work askew twenty two and so I it's just one of those things my stamina's not there. It's all about getting better and <hes> it's tough. It's really tough <hes> but you know I'm I'm really fighting and you're inspiring while you fight what what kind of goals the players you have here for the future. Scott you got any <hes> books in the making and Kinda you're gonNA. Start doing some teaching or what. What do you got coming up yeah so I don't know about books but <hes> ah we definitely you know having gotten in touch with dom and everything is really show me the way and from day one even before I met Dom <hes> it was all about about I was gonNA documents his journey trying to inspire others and <hes> I'm so proud of that and what my family's done whether it's my kids showing other kids that are going through it or my wife's doing other women that are have husbands or vice versa right and <hes> so we started our own minds <hes> called unbreakable and it's just more of a lifestyle brand. I've done some public speaking with <hes>. I've done a lot of speaking with the local school district here teaching teaching kids how to be unbreakable and <hes> you know the whole thing we came up with that was as you know we me and my family break a lot lot but we never are completely broken and we get up everyday when we fight and we have our setbacks that we take round after round of keep going so doing a lot of public speaking my wife and I would like to start getting involved with churches and just helping you know couples that are going through because might that'd be paralyzed but everybody has their struggles especially you know kids in marriage and doing that and <hes> you know now this year is over over and I've Kinda gotten back with. I'm GonNa get back now just trying to figure out how to live out the rest of my life so inspiring others and teaching them through my journey. The is is what we're trying to do and that's awesome. Scott and I'm going to keep you too long lasting. I WanNa hit you with. I love to ask all the dad but I get on the podcast. What type of advice do you have that new Dan or for that about to be father. WHO's out there listening absolutely their best piece of advice I ever got when my daughter it was just about my daughter was about to be born actually my barber he said and this is whether you have a girl or a boy he goes? If you have a girl take them out on a date every month. Okay have them circle the calendar the day they're going to go out. You know have them get really excited and look forward to that. If you have a son and you know your son can take out your wife but hey come out Sunday. We're going to be extravagant where you take them to a nice meal. Other ones are just gonNa be going for an ice cream cone but open the car door for your girl. You know pull out her chair. Show them exactly how they should it'd be treated and if it's a boy and teach your boy how to do that for his mom and I have him. Take out. Give him the money so he can pay for it telling how to take out off the chair open the door etcetera and he goes right about thirteen. They're not gonNA WANNA do it anymore because they're gonNA be embarrassed because they're at that age he goes..
E3 2018: Doom Eternal Announced, very few details released
"I like games that are like that every once in a while yeah me too it seemed like a very distinct new approach from bethesda this year usually they are very focused on games that you were going to play in the next year they have a very sort of small list of games in they're gonna show them to you but they're not gonna talk of anything too far out and they seem to have made it very big decision to change that tact we saw dum dum game doom eternal which just got a teaser trailer no actual game play the debs came out and said we're working on it's gonna be cool we'll tell you more about it at quite con so not tons of information but i know we were all big fans of the doom reboot felt like a new doom was coming i think it's a real smart decision for them not to have shown any doom stuff because it feels steps on rage to a little bit because they're both highoctane quick paced connectik shooters with demons newton's and stuff it felt it feels in the same wheelhouse and i think it was smarter than to let rage to have that spotlight but i'm sure we're all excited for a new doom game to find out more about that yeah then we got a quick champions i don't even know what to say about quick champions schrief any basic quick thirty eventually access version of quake if if i kinda like that i don't know if you've ever played that unreal tournament that the caz on yeah i have yeah it's sorta like that it's like you know it's like an alpha version like felt like a fan made kind of like constantly updated version of the game i mean it's fun i may have played around with it a bit but.
E3 2018: Lara Croft battles for her life in gritty new 'Shadow of the Tomb Raider' trailer
"Just doing everything at us at once the tomb raider trailer came we got a big idiot xbox montage which is like bewildering to many games even keep track of and then these tomb raider trailer i think was an excellent trailer i was really impressed with just how that trail was put together that game looks awesome i'm so ready for that game is she a bad guy sherie is that what they're saying like she can change time but was to face stuff in know i was i thought it was a good trailer but at the same time in this coming for that absolutely loved tomb raider in rise of the tomb raider i just wanna know either how you're gonna do what those games did better or if we're gonna do something different i kinda didn't get that sense from the trailer so i'm kind of i don't know third games are always dyson to me especially when the first two are really good yeah you know so while i wanna go in you know super super excited about it i'm excited but at the same time i'm almost preparing myself to be let down only not let down because the game has bad letdown because the first game says such a high bar that i'm lamb much more can they go unless they really try something like i thought rising to mayors a masterpiece as it was our game of the year that you're on the show yeah this one too i'm i'm really excited for it.
Los Angeles, Hollywood and Andrea Rene discussed on DLC
"E3 started on saturday this year with the ea press conference this is ea play which is actually technically not part of e three it's actually at a completely different venue here in los angeles they took over part of hollywood and built their their whole situation that's open to the public for free and they had a press conference a press day and let's talk about the things that they brought up first of all we should mention that our friend and front of the show andrea rene hosted the press conference alongside another friend of the show don himself jose sanchez and those folks thought fantastic job kudos to andrea for being so charming and fun and full of life i just thought she did a fantastic job yeah they need to lock her down for next year or several more events and then use her more next year 'cause she was fantastic when she was on i in my opinion was not on on enough i call it he andrea play nice well done i agree underutilized it was those a large section of the middle of the show where she just didn't make any appearances and i just thought the show was so much better when she was a part of it so let's talk about the things they talked about i took some notes here and we'll try to step through as far as what they showed sort of with battlefield five multiplayer.
NBA's early-entry list shatters mark with 236
"Sportscenter allnight on espn radio and the espn app philly gets a little help from the outside and don't expect to see dez back in dallas anytime soon jerry jones closing that door thanks for making sportscenter allnight part of your night i'm jay reynolds espn radio the espn app sirius xm channel eighty there will be a lot of decisions to be made this weekend with the nfl draft and over the next couple of months there will be quite a few decisions to be made as we head towards the nba draft there are a record two hundred thirty six players who have applied for early entry to the nba one hundred eighty one of them from the college ranks the deadline for underclassmen and international players to file with the nba was sunday night a year ago for comparison sake there were one hundred eighty two total players.