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"anthony jones" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"To get the player to react. And then you're gonna have a real thing. And i think everything that i've said even though it is. That is very psych upsetting. It's probably the most relevant thing that i've seen do you. Do you think the players now have a hard time with it. Man in intellect. Maybe our seats aren't as good as it used to be. When we all started govern elite twenty years ago twenty plus years ago but there are some hecklers that were real cold blooded on early years. And i'm gonna tell you how like there is a guy. There was a guy in cleveland who used to say some awful stuff. Too paul pierce. I'm not even gonna say what he said. 'cause even eighteen years later it's upsetting referencing win. Paul pierce got stabbed and that guy he had seats in the first three rows. He came to every game. And i don't remember him heckling other players or for some reason paul pierce and he said two year after year. I mean for a few years. so yeah i mean. It's a witty. Remember at spears members's when the celtics came to new jersey there was a fan. Who made a sinus. That will someone. Police stabbed paul pierce. That was a huge. Were remember that. Yeah and you know like the days of robin thicker. I don't even know if anybody already remembered that guy. But he was a famous van for the washington bullets who was Lawyer attorney and he would just stand behind the bench hamlets. Might you know he would be. He read jordan rules dern game book he was funny. There's a guy named mark. Anthony jones in golden state and the boy actually weeded them out and james's the he would trash talk. The players like a new would trash-talk somebody on the playground and he was really really good at it. Unknown a man really well sat out the mark anthony anyways. There was one game where we used to have good seats. In the baseline he was heckling. Sean leonard in a warriors winning amazon was so pissed at this fan that he scored twenty eight in a quarter in the nuggets. Never looked back. In the warriors players were mad at the fab because he had alternate effect on i. E. fired up asleep in. I guess giants at night. The spike lee effects. We'll clipper darrell. The famous clipper fan. Who leads chance. He when a guy goes the foul line. Say you g l y. You ain't got no alibi. You ugly stuff like that And you know so. He sort of lighthearted that was that was then. This is now. But what i'm worried. Let me let me tell you about the most mean-spirited thing. i mean. it goes back to boston. But i remember when you guys were there. You probably don't even remember this lakers celtics. I think it might have been two thousand ten. The marlins on a line and the crowd is chanting ugly sister because he was dating khloe kardashian at the time which was absolutely like horrible to as her chloe was around cleveland Because she was with chase still is with tristan thompson. And i'm not saying that. I like hung out with her but you had few interactions with her and found her to be nothing but lovely. And i'm sure she wasn't thrilled on being in cleveland but i found her to be lovely and everybody in cleveland. I think i speak for everybody but a lot of people. In cleveland around the team felt she was too but neither windhorst kardashian stories. Well i mean it just. It's just like i don't. I don't know if spears was there but there was during the finals in cleveland. One time and I think i've kinda references on the pod cast before. But i was just walking down the hallway after the game and this guy calls me over. You know he's very well dressed dripping in diamonds and gold and Starts talking he recognized me starts talking and he was telling me where dwight howard who's gonna sign anyway. It turns out to chains really well. I talked to change for fifteen. Twenty minutes did knows teachings. I just i knew somebody just a fan thought. It was just some brother thing about is cleveland. The families to be there. So i could of been somebody's brother i don't know somebody's uncle but And then there was like seven like little wayne man so little wayne was obsessed with the heat because he got like. I remember this like second third week covering the heat. In two thousand ten was an exhibition game in new orleans and like thirty seconds before tip off little wayne comes in and sits down the front row right in front of us and i go wasn't little wayne in jail google. He got jail. That day took some private jet and came to this game. I can't. I can't refuse a regular season. Your preseason was real early and by the way he had this bodyguard who was just like who so little wing. The heat players ignored him and he got pissed off and then he started against it. And but i don't remember you would quick rolling story. Well here's my little wayne story at the. Does it my best. So i started seeing little wayne quite a bit and so it's one day walks by ago. What's up little way. And he goes man. Calm easy so i did. Every time i saw. I call them easy but his bodyguard. He did mess around. Don't go near him if he walked past you If you pass you you know you could say hi to them but you don't walk up to him. Not that. I was walking up to him and then in houston during the playoffs. A couple years ago. I was walking down. Now rachel nichols rachel nichols one time. We were after a final during halftime of finals. Game we're just talking and beyond say walked up to rachel to say hi to racial to slept it off. There was no big deal. But we're we walking walked. It was halftime walk. I was walking down the hallway. At in the he was like the rockets warriors series and i Walk past jay z. I mean i've been the same room with jay z dozens of times. And so i was like what's up. He's like what's up. I mean this is what happens when you cover. Lebron you just randomly sip. And i like no none of their music. I'm jay z. Of course i know but like you know. Because i saw that used to play at the cavs games you had no choice but to no jd. As right but i'll say this real quick Stacey pressman n- espn. Yes so stacey I was doing this damian. Lillard thing a cover.
"anthony jones" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"I mean it's also an area that's basically on tactics. There's nothing out there. Fortunately right now. So you're you're braving new ground bless you for that some great work recently. That's come out. I mean black. Panthers probably the most popular example. I'm a big fan of nettie work. I'm not sure if you're familiar with her she has A novel called. Who fears death and i just recently. A story called remote control so mom yet. You're you're definitely right that There's not that many popular works. But there's some really good stuff in the genre that our team and i have kind of explored as we as we started developing this project. There's more sifi taught so stay tuned back on sci-fi telecom tony talaat and let's talk about your team i mean you're this is obviously diversity rich which is awesome but you also have diverse teams. Well talk about them. And how the economies of joint hewitt heart heart-shaped games. Yeah absolutely. I mean this. This is definitely not a story. I tell myself in. The experiences of people in our team have really informed and help make something is unique. That i don't think a lot of people have seen So i mentioned before resolve your nelson. Junior is an award winning writer work on a number of Game titles and Kind of wrote the entire story and helped develop the world. Anthony jones had mentioned ravine wanna Was our mission Designer gimme of an extended team all over the world. We are on you afford. The pandemic are calling cards of your remote team. But now we're just kind of one of one of the The many companies doing that. So where we've been lucky to have people in australia. And and you know many other parts of the world on the team. Yeah i even the state texas. You're michigan. I mean you're it's it's the only way things could work nowadays. Thank god for technology there. You can talk to each other like this show each other drawings and things like using you know this zoom technology which is.
"anthony jones" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"So we we actually took a trip With being Myself xavier nelson junior the Narrative director on the game Anthony jones the art director and a few other folks. We were actually invited to go to nepal and sit in with rangers and conservationist doing this work so we definitely got some first hand. Experience learn a lot of kind of unintuitive ideas. That people might not think right away there. I thought might be rangers running around with with guns. Looking for people you know in the bush but It's much more complex than that You know one of the biggest incites. We learned that we touch on early in the game is how important it is to work with the communities that are in and around conservation areas so it becomes a a tricky balance Where perhaps some of those people are. The ones doing the poaching. Yes so they're just a lot of inspiration to take from that and we. We didn't want it to be the sort of one to one representation of real life. We want people to be able to engage with it. And that's why we went with a a sci-fi route to build our own world allows to heightened some of the scenarios and take some of the some of the personalization out of it to kind of get the core messages across and so far You know the early signs say that we've done all right with that awesome. Tell us about some of the characters that are involved in the game. It looks the first who they are and then the design process coming designer. Maisy i'll thanks. Yeah i mean that that one hundred percent comes out of the brain of Anthony jones on. He's kind of a well-known concept artist. And he kind of has always been a big on robots and You know these kind of scifi characters. I think he's moniker. Online is actually robot pencil. So there you go see. I kind of just said you know. Hey i've got this idea. Where do you want to take it. And he just took it in a place that was so cool. We couldn't Go that direction but The actual characters in the game. It's actually an samba cast. So yeah You know the game is about billing multiple squads. You've got seventy one hundred characters in your caretaker group and it's really about managing each of these individuals taking advantage their strengths and also dealing with perhaps some of their quirks. The main character again. We call the conductor. And they're sort of this shadow leader They always kind of the caretakers have always worked behind the scenes. And now they're kind of thrust into the forefront As their societies help and then along the way we kinda counter Some extra terrestrial friends enemies As well as some of the leaders that are outside the barrier and you kind of have to figure out how to deal with them. Do you make alliances. That sort of thing very cool. You mentioned You mentioned your anthony. Jones and he He came from blizzard. Which is obviously a pretty big gaming company and to have him on staff at. He's on your staff. Is that correct. Well yeah he. We worked together on the project for about two years two years. Yeah great yeah. We've been three years coming so this is has been Quite the project for us. We've been typically smaller games in the past but yeah anthony Zala your and the are wider team..
"anthony jones" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"And you've done your research on something like this to those areas you mentioned conservation and things like that to to give the game grounded in realism to yes so We we actually took a trip. we being myself xavier nelson junior the narrative director on the game Anthony jones the art director and a few other folks We were actually invited to go to nepal and kind of sit in with rangers and concentration. Is doing this work so we definitely got some first hand experience and learn a lot of unintuitive ideas that people might not think right away there. I thought might be rangers running around with with guns looking for people in the bush. But it's much more complex than that you know. One of the biggest incites. We learned that we touch on early in the game. How important is to work with the communities that are in around conservation areas so it becomes a a tricky balance Where perhaps some of those people are the ones doing the poaching yes. They're just a lot of inspiration to take from that and we. We didn't want it to just be on this sort of one to one representation of real life. We wanted people to be able to engage with it. And that's why we went with a sifi route to build our own world allow us to heighten some of the scenarios and Take some of the some of the personalization to kind of get the core messages across and so far You know the early signs say that. We've we've done all right with that. We are the caretakers will have early access available on twenty second and that is right day. Manifest is back for season three. Some of you may have heard. Some comments interviews. Did recently on bite parveen car. Who is savvy and creator and show runner. Jeff rake joined in a roundtable to discuss this new sees. Here's jeffrey the show. Has its own thing..
"anthony jones" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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I'm already sick of hearing from Biden, Obama's Matra, We're putting the ground running. We know how that turned out. Lessig's to you, Larry. Thanks for being there. Triple 8971 s a G triple 89717243 am Larry Elder. We are really affected dot com studio. In New York Council member says that Governor Cuomo should resign over his bad coronavirus policy that killed a bunch of people. Dr Fauci. Appears to have backtracked on what he said about double masking again. We'll have that for you as well. Also The new secretary of state, says Iran is just weeks away from being able to enrich uranium to the point where they could make a bomb. Duh. What is what we pulled out of the Iran deal by the way, they stayed in the deal and continued violating it. All of them or triple 8971 s A G E. Cal is in Gilroy, California Cow urine, Larry Elder show. Thank you so much for calling. I appreciate it, Larry. I'm on the speakerphone. Hang on, Okay? Did you hear me? I hear you. Fine. So hold on. Yeah. Those that decided Take it off the speaker. Hello? Hello, Cal. I'm here all day. Sorry that no problem truck. So what? I was telling this costume I love your show. I love you. You do a good job. I will see you in vanity. So I was just telling the costume that just caught under your conversation with the professor and He is totally right. They are indoctrinating our Children here. I have an 11 year old. That is an elementary school and I took her out of the zoo classes she was doing for them independent learning you perv over trying to shed that step down their throats. The critical thinking Aziz called it I believe it is. Yeah, I do. The Orderly book on immigrants that came across the border and they had to do it. And you know how they say out of the mouth, the boobs my my daughter and answer the question that said, Why did this boy you know not succeed? And she answered because she didn't He didn't try hard enough. And the answer was because he was an immigrant. Wow. It's such a good okay. Thank you very much for that. I've got an article. We put it up on larry elder dot com. About parents in Ames, Iowa. Keeping kids home over queer and trans affirmations. Let me read this to you. Some parents say they're keeping their kids home from school this week because of a black lives matter. School discussion. That includes Queer and Trans affirmations. And some other school district students have been asked to make a pledge to accept the affirmations. Dr. Anthony Jones, director of equity for Ames Community School, District, says quote in some states they have made a pledge to support the 13 principles, but we're really having conversations about accepting and affirming differences. End of quote. He says Ames schools Discretion is all about making sure students feel accepted. Quote. It's all about affirming yourself first and how you identify and then helping our students to affirm and appreciate and value their classmates in celebration of themselves. End of quote, says the Director of the Ames Community School District. One of the 13 affirmations. Black lives matter at school guiding principles, restorative justice. We are committed to collectively lovingly and courageously working vigorously for freedom and justice for black people, and by extension, all people As we forge our path. We intentionally build a nurturing, beloved community that has bonded together through a beautiful struggle that is restorative, not depleting empathy. We are committed to practicing empathy loving engagement..