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UN rights experts present evidence of war crimes in Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

UN rights experts present evidence of war crimes in Ukraine

"A team of experts commissioned by the United Nations top human rights body to look into rights violations in Ukraine says it initial probe has turned up evidence of serious atrocities in the country following Russia's invasion nearly 7 months ago One of the commission experts Eric Moses says they had visited 27 towns and settlements as well as graves and detention and torture centers interviewed more than 150 victims and witnesses amid with advocacy groups and government officials Based on the evidence gathered by the commission It has concluded that war crimes have been committed in Ukraine An unspecified number of Russian soldiers were found to have committed crimes of sexual or gender based violence with victims ranging in age from four to 82 He added they were examining just two incidents of ill treatment against Russian soldiers by Ukrainian forces I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Ohio man who involved in Capitol riot avoids prison time, sentenced to 2-year probation

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Ohio man who involved in Capitol riot avoids prison time, sentenced to 2-year probation

"A man who stormed the capitol last year and testified before the committee investigating the riot is avoiding jail time Steven Ayres was sentenced to two years probation after his televised testimony at the hearing in July airs approached and apologized to a group of police officers who were at the capitol that day in January Basically you know the president got everybody riled up told everybody head on down So we basically just following what he said Air says he lost friends family and a job after January 6th It makes me mad because I

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Kyle Seraphin: Understanding What the FBI Actually Is

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 2 d ago

Kyle Seraphin: Understanding What the FBI Actually Is

"Fundamental disconnect between I think America's understanding of what the FBI is and then what it is in actuality And we kind of touched on it a little bit ago but everyone looks at this group and they think this is a self proclaimed I would say premier law enforcement organization in America But the FBI views itself more as an intelligence agency And when you deal with an intelligence agency you get intelligence analysts and you get intelligence people And intelligence people have a totally different mindset than a criminal investigative group And so you know my experience and part of the reason why I ended up on a surveillance team was because I couldn't grasp the idea of grabbing knowledge for the sake of knowledge that was non operational And we never had any we had no instinct or ability to pursue it In fact the squad that I worked on if we found a case that got to a level where there was some criminality involved it probably got moved over to another squad that did that exclusively So all of our job was background And so in some ways I had a sort of an external seat because my ability to get my hands onto a lot of the things that I joined the bureau to do It never materialized But I got to see it from the outside as a support agent You know we really have two kind of cast but I only have three casts of agents You've got your administrative agents that are interested in supervisory roles and moving up and some of them I have no beef with and some of them are terrible A lot of them are probably terrible And then you've got your case agents and these people are your hound dogs They just run down stories They want to know what the interest is They're getting paper and they're building cases And then you have people that kind of do all the other whether that's surveillance or S.W.A.T. or medical support for the arrest warrants and things like that or evidence recovery teams and kind of all the peripheral pieces that make that agency work That's another kind of group But your pool of cages is pretty narrow And I feel like it's narrowing in a lot of ways because some of these things are not about it's not about getting the case done anymore

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Moon Griffon: Having a Liberal Friend

The Dan Bongino Show

01:05 min | 2 d ago

Moon Griffon: Having a Liberal Friend

"You know God has given us a great place to live and he blessed his country tremendously And I used to remember when it was liberal and conservative I told a buddy of mine He's a liberal Talk to him two days ago We get into arguments all the time but he's the old liberal What we got now is not liberal But we got right now is Marx's We can laugh We can cut on each other We can talk politics in any subject I could kiss a liberal like that Because back in that day you think they were the bad guys Now anybody that's just a liberal is really close to us Denise far out wacko nuts and the same people the same guy I guarantee you this guy right here believes global warming is true I guarantee you the same people that are pushing us down our throat they believe that we don't need policemen anymore It's the same group of people to say not liberty kiss a liberal kiss him right on the cheek And thank God they just liberal because what we put up with now absolutely outrageous And this is outrageous as anything I've ever seen

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Thieves key on hack that leaves Hyundai, Kia cars vulnerable

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 d ago

Thieves key on hack that leaves Hyundai, Kia cars vulnerable

"And insurance industry group says some vehicles from two brands are being stolen at nearly twice the rate of other vehicles The highway lost data institute a unit of the insurance institute for highway safety says some older Hyundai and Kia cars and SUVs are missing a key anti theft device computer chips for a theft immobilizer system the thefts apparently started in the Milwaukee area two years ago and spread to multiple Midwest cities after instructional videos appeared on social media The vehicles affected our older models of the Kia Rio and sportage and the Hyundai accent all 2022 kilos do have a mobilizer and Hyundai says all of its models produced after November 1st 2021 have immobilisers as standard equipment I'm Donna wooder

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Countdown to the MLB Playoffs: Mets, Braves battling for NL East

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 d ago

Countdown to the MLB Playoffs: Mets, Braves battling for NL East

"Other game The match still lead the braves by a game in the national league east race as both teams lost on Wednesday The brute group beat the bruise group Milwaukee's 6th nothing victory over the mets included three more New York banners hit by pitches giving buck show Walter's team of painful major league single season record of 106 I've got some personal feelings about why it happens so much but I'm sure he'll beat anyone Hear about it in this format The brace wage by the nationals three to two the only loss in a 6 game home stand for Austin Riley and his teammates Go home stand You know

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Breaking Down the Truth on 'The Woman King'

The Officer Tatum Show

02:14 min | 3 d ago

Breaking Down the Truth on 'The Woman King'

"So they have this movie to project them and portray these black women, a black woman as a female king in this all black tribe of warriors who supposedly were conquering for good and going out and doing this heroic thing because they're just as good as men. Come to find out, this is supposed to be based on a true story. Of a real tribe in a real female, I say platoon in the early 1800s. And if you had to take a wild guess with your wild guess B that this movie ain't real, it ain't got nothing to do with what really happened. And it's ironic that black folks are involved in a movie portraying black folks who enslaved other black folks. And in America's white people won't go see it. You can't make this stuff up. So there's a real African kingdom called dami. I may be saying it wrong. I think it's dahomey. The homie of dahme and it was a tribe in the kingdom in the 1800s that focused on putting and then they had an all female warrior contingency called the goji, it could be a Golgi. Somebody correct me if my English is wrong, it could be a goji tribe or at least the faction of women who were female warriors. But if you look at the history of these female warriors, they were explicitly involved in enslaving other black people. They weren't this isolated group of people functioning together outside of men. They would join with men to go and conquer other tribes in some cases they beheaded them. They ripped their jawbone apart and put them away and put them out of the people's mouths. I'm assuming while they were alive, murdering other black people, and they were known for the proliferation of enslaving other black people torturing them and things like that.

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The Left Can't Agree to Disagree

The Officer Tatum Show

01:36 min | 3 d ago

The Left Can't Agree to Disagree

"One of the more troubling things that was mentioned was that when the suspect called at two 30 a.m. on a Sunday, he had made mention to the police officers that he had run over to kid. And that he did it because the kid was a part of a Republican extremist group and said that after the rally or whatever event they had that they were going to come after him. I don't understand how a grown man what he was drunk. Okay, we get that too. I don't understand how a grown man can get in the dude's old enough to be his daddy. Can get into a confrontation with somebody and then kill them. Over politics. And we all know this, ladies and gentlemen. We all noticed to be true. The left can not handle a disagreeing view on opposing view to their political ideologies. They can not accept it. You know, I can accept that people think differently to me. I may think you're an idiot if you somehow still supporting the Democrat party after how crazy they've been all these years. But that doesn't mean that I can't accept that you have a different ideology. They don't mean that I will tell you you can't come to the family dinner. I'm so butt hurt that I can't be your friend anymore. I mean, those are the things that I feel like conservatives don't do because it's not that serious. I just know I'm smarter than you. If you still vote for Democrats at this point, however, they can't accept that. If you somehow support Trump, their minds start exploding, they can't think straight. They go into a trans, and then somehow they can't even see the same anymore.

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TikTok Lawyer Offered Soros Money for Anti-Trump 'Propaganda Post'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:56 min | 3 d ago

TikTok Lawyer Offered Soros Money for Anti-Trump 'Propaganda Post'

"This guy Preston Moore, apparently gets an email from a left wing group called the good information foundation. Now, the good information foundation has funded by Soros, it's funded by sort of left wing left wing money. And they're supposedly fighting disinformation, but as we're about to see, they're actually promoting misinformation and disinformation. And so they tell this guy that this is apparently something they sent out to a bunch of people. They tell president model pay him $400 if he makes a video blasting Trump before the before the November midterms. I instead funded by Soros, it's for Soros and Reid Hoffman another left wing money guy. So this guy Preston Moore says, in his video, he goes, listen, I want to tell you what they were trying to get me to do. And he goes, I want to start at the video by saying I'm not a Donald Trump supporter, so I want you to know where I'm coming from. And he says that the video, the message that he got from this foundation was very specific. And I want to just read a couple things. First of all, you have to use the words criminal conspiracy in connection with January 6th. Number two, you have to say Trump Republicans, not Trump and his allies, not Trump and his supporters. He says, you have to say, this is a quote attack on our country on America. So in other words, not an attack on the Democrats, not legitimate concerns about the election. He says, you've got to use the phrase maga Republicans. And he says it also says the guy who posts the notes that were sent to him make clear, this is ongoing and unresolved, not past and done. Just in case people go, well, it was regrettable. It was January 6th, 2021. Oh no, no, it's ongoing. And then it finally says show voter agency turn anger into defiance. In other words, get out the vote for Democrats.

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Roger Federer's goodbye will be in doubles, maybe with Nadal

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 d ago

Roger Federer's goodbye will be in doubles, maybe with Nadal

"Winner of 20 Grand Slam titles is not competing solo at the labor cup in London So here I am trying to prepare for one last doubles and we'll see with who it is and obviously I don't know I'm nervous His doubles partner might be longtime rival Rafael Nadal To go through a career that we both have had and to come out on the other side and being able to have a nice relationship I think is maybe a great message as well to not just tennis but sports but maybe even beyond Federer says he's at peace with walking away He's most proud of his longevity I always look to you know the Michael Schumacher's Tiger Woods is all the other guys who stayed there for so long at the very top that I didn't understand how they did it And next thing you know it's like you're part of that group Bedroom says he doesn't want his departure to be a funeral more like party mode I'm Ed Donahue

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US adults should get routine anxiety screening, panel says

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 d ago

US adults should get routine anxiety screening, panel says

"In influential health guidelines groups says all American adults younger than 65 should get routine anxiety screening Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health complaints and the U.S. preventive services task force for the first time is recommending doctors regularly screen for anxiety in adults without any symptoms One task force member calls it very timely guidance given reports of mental health problems surging during the COVID-19 pandemic The task force says things like brief questionnaires can easily be given during primary care visits It continues recommending depression screenings for adults and kids but says there's not enough evidence to recommend suicide screening in adults with no worrisome symptoms Sagar Meghani Washington

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U.N. Secretary-General warns world leaders of perils that cannot wait to be fixed

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

U.N. Secretary-General warns world leaders of perils that cannot wait to be fixed

"The United Nations chief warns global leaders that the world is in great peril at the General Assembly today addressing the many heads of state UN secretary general Antonio Guterres says we are gridlocked in colossal global dysfunction The international community is not ready or willing to tackle the big dramatic challenges of our age He pointed to the war in Ukraine and other conflicts the climate poverty especially in developing countries and recent reversals of progress on UN goals Our world is in peril and paralyzed Geopolitical divides are undermining the work of the Security Council But still the secretary general says there's hope and is encouraging cooperation No power or group alone can

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Kentucky school shooter seeks parole in high-stakes hearing

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Kentucky school shooter seeks parole in high-stakes hearing

"A Kentucky man who opened fire on fellow high school students 25 years ago killing three will go before the state parole board today to ask to be freed Michael carneal was 14 when in December 1997 he fired a stolen pistol at a before school prayer group in the lobby of his high school near paducah Kentucky he killed three girls ages 14 15 and 17 and wounded 5 other students Christina Hadley L good the sister of victim Nicole Hadley testified yesterday I believe that Michael knew what he was doing the day of the shooting He brought 5 guns with him enough ammo to shoot everyone in the school twice in a three pairs of earplugs Carneal is now 39 I'm Donna wooder

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Kay Rubacek Reflects on Her Harrowing Experiences in China

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 4 d ago

Kay Rubacek Reflects on Her Harrowing Experiences in China

"Led you in your life to find yourself in 2001 in tenement square holding up a banner that says compassion. Well, I had been I'd been kind of sheltered from what communism was and then when I started in 1999, there was another persecution. So in China, there's been persecutions. The Communist Party regularly persecutes every ten years or so. Christians have been persecuted nonstop, faith has been persecuted nonstop. In 1999, was the latest one against the falun gong meditation group. I'd been doing those exercises for a few years. And then suddenly they're rounding them up and killing people for doing this, which to me is nonsense. How on earth can they do something like this? And so I needed to see it for myself. I heard that there was some Americans, actually, the first Americans that I met. I met on Tiananmen Square. And caucasians said we're going to appeal. Will you come? Well, anyone wants to come. So I came, I went on that day with a friend and it just blew my mind to think that I could be arrested for holding the word compassion on Tiananmen. Well, I mean, again, we have to be clear, folks, if you grow up in a place like Australia or the United States of America, you probably have no idea how evil things can be in other parts of the world or what others have suffered or are suffering while you're going about your life concerned about finding parking

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Grant Stinchfield and John Solomon on the Leadership Failures of J6

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 5 d ago

Grant Stinchfield and John Solomon on the Leadership Failures of J6

"Get back to the show with grand stinchfield. Well, I'll tell you what it is such a pleasure to be sitting in for my good friend doctor Sebastian gork I always enjoy being in the studio talking to you as well. All of you out there. And one of the things I love is when we have great guests on this program, which doctor Sebastian gorka always has great guys on. One of my favorites used to come on my newsmax show all the time, of course, is John Solomon from just the news, who's been breaking so much news over the course of so many years, but John Solomon is great to have you on the program. Great to be with you, grant. Great to be with you. Now I'm going to try this. The audio is a little shaky, but let's give this a shot. So John, January 6th, you have been beyond many on top of everything surrounding January 6th, the leftist play on the political prisoners that they've been holding all these things. It looks like they are now going to reconvene the January 6th committee in Congress. In October, just in time for the November elections. Is this some kind of October surprise that they're doing another ploy? Well, I think it exposes once again what people have thought about the January 6th committee, which is political first in public interest second. They've been driving politics from the beginning. This is all about attacking Trump nation. And not about getting to the root issues that should matter to the American public. Like, how did a $600 million police force get overrun by a group of old guns on January 6th? We don't have any answers to that. After 9 11, we learned from the failures of 9 11. The January 6th committee isn't interested. Last week I broke a story. There were as many as ten capital police whistleblowers have come forward saying, we had all the intelligence to prevent January 6th, but we didn't create the plan. The resourcing, the mindset to defend the capitol that day, that should scare all of us, because those problems haven't been fixed.

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Fifth Circuit Upholds Texas Social Media Law

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:03 min | 5 d ago

Fifth Circuit Upholds Texas Social Media Law

"Social media platforms came together under a group called net choice. And collectively, they sued. Ken Paxton, the attorney general of the state of Texas. And at issue is a Texas law recently passed. That outlaws social media censorship, digital censorship in the state of Texas. Now, what I'd like to do is read from the sweeping ruling of the 5th circuit Court of Appeals. Because it gets into the arguments at a level of detail that you rarely see in the media. Normally you'll see things like, oh nurse these are these are private companies and they can do whatever they want. That is flat out nonsense on a whole bunch of counts. I mean, first of all, private companies can not do whatever they want. Good social media platforms, for example, decide we're going to prevent blacks from using YouTube. No, they can't do that. That would violate all kinds of civil rights laws. And so the simple proclamation that these are private companies and they have a carte blanche to make their own their own rules and enforce them, we're beginning to see through careful reasoning why this is nonsense on stilts. This is nonsense on a wide range of in a wide range of ways. Now, here is the court. The platforms offer a rather odd inversion of the First Amendment. This is in their own defense, the platforms. Here's the court. That amendment, the First Amendment, of course, protects every person's right to freedom of speech. But the platforms argue that buried somewhere in the persons enumerated right the free speech lies a corporation's unenumerated right to muzzle speech. I mean, what a brilliant and telling formulation.

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The Weaponization of IRS: Is It Safe to Donate to Conservative Orgs?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 5 d ago

The Weaponization of IRS: Is It Safe to Donate to Conservative Orgs?

"Neil from Colorado has a question. Charlie, can you expand more on how the intelligence agency is declaring war on maga? I'm very worried I donated $200 to the Trump campaign. I donate to turning point USA. Thank you. And I'm very worried that I'm going to be targeted by these new 87,000 agents. IRS agents. What is the criteria? What do we do? Now this is what's so important about this topic, which is when you create a monstrosity in your government, you have to feed the beast, and by feeding the beast, I mean that you got to go find more people to label as extremists and domestic terrorists. So how does your government, how does our government categorize Trump supporters? What do they consider to be an extremist? Now, if you go back and our team is working on this, it's going to be an episode that will do at some point. We're going back, back, back, back in the 90s, and the early 2000s. And we're finding interviews, congressional committees. Of uni party politicians, people in both the Republican and Democrat establishment, who said, we need this massive Patriot Act, we need fisa courts. We need all this stuff built to spy on American citizens. We need the ability to infiltrate groups to protect us from radical Islamic terrorism. And that was a very compelling argument. I was sympathetic with that argument. Many of you are sympathetic with that argument. Almost the entire Republican Party was sympathetic with that argument. And the libertarians to their great credit, Ron Paul in particular, warned that that very monstrosity of a government will be used against conservatives.

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Kids Don't Worry About Being Good— They Just Create

The School of Greatness

02:29 min | 5 d ago

Kids Don't Worry About Being Good— They Just Create

"One other thing that comes to mind when you ask about how to sort of gain the confidence to do something that maybe you're not necessarily supposed to be doing or something that's disruptive, like going up to strangers in a public place and saying, hey, let me rap for you. I feel very grateful that I started freestyling when I was a kid. I started when I was ten or 11 years old, and at that age, I think, at least for me, and I think for a lot of people, we're just a lot less judgmental of ourselves. That's fearful. Yeah. Just goofing around, being silly, having fun trying stuff. Exactly. Experimenting. Right, like for me, as a ten year old, I'm in love with this music called hip hop, you know, at a visceral level. I'm in love with the way that it makes me feel, you know, the low end of the base and the Trump smacking hard and this vocal that even though I don't necessarily understand what the rappers are talking about a lot of the time at that age, the way the message is delivered feels so important. And it's just gripping. And so I'm in love with this music and for me, as a ten year old at that time, it wasn't like some big decision that, oh, now I'm gonna start wrapping. It was like, yeah, of course I'm gonna play around and try to rap, you know? Sure. I'm ten. And that sounds super fun to me, you know? And I love this thing. And like, why would I not try my hand at it? You know, at that age, it's almost like finger painting when you're in preschool or something. No preschooler does a finger painting the whole time being like, oh, is this good? We're gonna like this. Like, oh, I wonder, what's the point? Why am I even doing this? Maybe this isn't for me. You know, no preschooler is doing that while their finger painting, they're just getting messy and having fun being creative. Right. And so I think for anybody at any age, you know, because somebody might be listening to this and saying, well, that's great, but I didn't start when I was ten. And I've done a lot of teaching both drum lessons and working with freestylers and aspiring rappers. Yeah. I've taught a lot of private lessons and also done some group stuff in schools. And but when I'm working with people who are a little older, maybe in their 20s or 30s or even older than that, I think one really important thing to keep in mind is as much as possible if you can try to channel that inner child when you're practicing and when you're in the beginning when you're sort of getting comfortable with this idea of doing something that feels crazy, like doing a freestyle, your first ever freestyle. If you can take the pressure off and not judge it and start finger painting. Make it like finger painting. Do something bad on purpose. You know what I mean? Don't try to be good. Make a sound.

"b group" Discussed on Hidden Brain

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"b group" Discussed on Hidden Brain

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06:34 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on Hidden Brain

"So this might be one of the most famous and controversial games of all time in the dying miniature. The match the jubilant english supporters nerves was trained to breaking point. The world cup was within england reach. It was tied and it went to extra minutes. And there is a shot by this english player and it went off the crossbar and it came down and landed very close to the goal line and then bounced up claiming you germany's and all the english players celebrated they thought this was the world cup. Winning goal consulted the linesmen being in line with the post. And there's huge debate over whether that goal action crossed the line and so to this day. There's still controversy about whether this cross the line and so what seemed to happen here. Is that those players wanted to interpret. This ball is going over the line and being the winning all the german players did not. And so i spent an entire day like watching old videos and slow motion and policy and to see if the goal actually crossed the line. I looked up study from oxford university. Saying it didn't cross the line. And so i do not think he scored. It looked like it came down right on the goal line and bounced out however the same player scored later and overtime and so inland would have won anyway. We see the same things in in all kinds of sports all over the world. Jay fans of different teams will see different. Things happened on the field and each of them is completely sure that what they saw in fact is objective reality and sports fans often think. The referees are unfair to them. Because they're seeing everything's through their own lands in fact in canada. There's one song that's banned from all the hockey arenas and it's three blind mice which people used to play the home teams used to play when they didn't call to imply that the three raft we're biased and blind and so this turns out that this is a really deeply rooted. Problem for people are so used to filtering it through their own lands. They get very upset at officials. The passion that we feel for our favorite sports teams can quickly feelings of us versus them. Whether at them. we're talking about. Our referees. are fans of a rival team. It makes sense that when we care deeply about something will feel a sense of kinship with the people who share of us and a lack of connection with people who disagree with us but it turns out a shared. Passion isn't needed to trigger the psychological effects of group identity. One study published in the nineteen seventies randomly assigned volunteers to one of two groups. The members of the first group was supposed to like the artist. Paul klee members of the second group was supposed to like the artist. Wassily kandinsky this. I think is one of the most important studies in the history of psychology. Maybe in the history of the social sciences so this was a study run by anri tash fell and his colleagues ke ran this study where he basically just randomly assigned youths to one of two groups and he did it on just trivial information. So what type of abstract art they liked and these young people didn't know these artists at all and in fact it didn't matter who they actually like. You just flipped a coin and gave them false feedback anyways the volunteers in the clay and kinski camps with anto to divvy up money among people in the different groups and what he found. Is that the moment. You're part of a team or part of a group. You will give more money to members of your in group and less money to the out group even if you never interact or meet those people even if you never expect that they'll meet you and the thing he also found. Is that what people really care about is maximizing the difference in money they give to the in group and out group so they'll actually give in group members less if it means giving out group members evenly way lattes. What's remarkable about. The study of course is that people are forming these loyalties to groups that they've been assigned for really no very good reason and yet within a few minutes. Almost they are behaving as if these are long. Lost brothers and they're treating them as if they're members of an in group tribe. Yes and this is something. You might be skeptical when you hear these results. And i was too and then i ran studies like this in canada and the us at many universities and online. And i've seen this same pattern over and over again the moment that people are signed to a team or a group even though they often can no it's a coin flip that's determining this means that they like those people more they wanna be friends with them. It shapes their automatic evaluations of those individuals and we ran a study where nyu students thought they were interacting and economic decisions with members of nyu which is their members of their own in group or columbia. Which is a high status school across new york city. And what they did was they would give more money to. Nyu students in columbia students. But what was even more interesting is when they saw and students win money they actually had a brain response that suggested that they were feeling as if they had won the money. And so what it suggests is what is referred to in. The literature is basking in reflected glory. That your group does well. It makes you feel good. You have a response in your brain as if you want or something. Good happened to you. The same thing. I think happens to sports fans. You can be sitting at home watching the tv all alone and running around jumping and cheering as if you've accomplished something when your team wins and this is what we found in the lab. What do you think explains this enormous gravitational force that groups exert on us j. Why why is it. That our minds are so attuned to the needs of groups even when those groups are completely arbitrary. There's a couple key factors that determine why were so attracted to groups. I think the deepest one is. It's something in our biology so humans evolved for almost entirely of human history in these small tribal communities. And we're pretty flimsy creatures. We don't have sharp teeth or poison or wings To fly away for predator comes and so we by cooperating in groups and coalitions within those groups and so we have those same tendencies..

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"b group" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

Mom And ... Podcast

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

"Have you heard them speak it enough that you know some and as words look had words the eve it was the son of not one a foreign import words like that all my old german relatives would cuss in this slang. That like i have googled until my heart's content. Really figured out. I'm probably not spelling a writer remembering correctly. I would love to know what they were saying idea. But i know it wasn't nice new now because you just like you know. Fear very few people would be offended by that. And then after rock. I would go see beth in new jersey. Nick how will oftentimes there are layovers in the nine. I can attest that shame. Alaska is an excellent excellent. Bnb oh my gosh. If i did have a layover in new jersey where we were coming back for the amsterdam. I don't know if i had food poisoning. You say you were violently. Ill yes i really do real through customs and i got to stay. There was a hotel across the street from part of the airport. And chris i the only thing i really remember is him. An uber driver came to pick up. My wife is sick. You're going to drive that hotel. You will not give her shit about being sick. You get us there was like thank you. That was where authors i mean being sick as awful being sick when you're traveling Lynch stike bugs are me worst. Like knock me out with any kind of sleep drug or anything just so that i can treat it off because i can't stand it and how latin you're traveling. I feel like we're supposed to finish with our listeners. Learns but i think we already got it with the book book. Tv combo web loser called again kitchen is the channel off kitchen and the book is finding freedom not the meghan markle prince harry with to read that if you want or need now trying to went to every name is what aaron aaron french french french right. That's an excellent look. Listen largely that on renewed and we're at my glasses by fun. I know what an hour something we're at our seven. Yeah yeah with the jets. I'll get it down to the hour. We'll be good so for me too. Yeah is so fast. Know that's why we never ever ever finish on time. Know at our poor guests who come to talk to us. We're like do you have a little more than an hour. Because it's gonna take more than an hour always. Yeah i know we should just kind of book it out for an hour and seven minutes. Because that's the you know. Was that our verson. Miss you guys do show to even you austin people. I don't know when i- latte sought any many any of you guys live in austin in person standing in. If i had to travel anywhere i would austin so yeah i'm gonna shine her little on salvator. My mom throw. I did a running shiner. And yes i it was supposed to be the half marathon but then at the last minute as like case sounds good to the brewery. Oh yeah we're very adamant the bruce and those kids. So that's you didn't drink weren't check at your like i get it know i love love. Love love shiners made it shine. Bacchus my favorite. So i i bought all drink is going to tell because my oh out my refrigerator in the garage is filled with it. That is my even. When i go to like the fancy restaurants and whatever i'm shooter buck that isn't my favorite but okay i feel like oh. I miss christian to comedian another little salute. Kristen that's like action six or something fact that she was doing it was gonna love. It didn't tell us she driving advance cars something okay. So let's send people to does if anybody wants Any social media's down yeah Start shouting at what it was. Christians is does she have won hers. Drive i think is what it's called drive mode show. I'm picking up. It was like guy phone. Okay drive mode show. Yes dr mode show and then at. I'm kristen we should have had a picture of her. I thought about it. And i got about doing that. You know what the last tipsy lippi's missy was on vacation so i was doing. Do i have the book back here. We're your book I had my friend m. k. Who is doing here. He's fervently hot mess. And i really really wanted to get like mri head on a stick and just came to an organized. Enough do it. But i thought that'd be fun. We should have done this. I wish i had my leeann original of linus to show everybody to let have my leeann originals in here to show and i messed up yes definitely people need to know about the an art show or shore only. It's the bright. Bright light of having to miss mom to this year is that that means i get to go to the art show. That's going to be really disappointed if i hadn't if that so this is kind of like this is our little mom to hear any now. This is it me. I know if you show up and that will be the first time they were seen you in person. Probably since the last two. Oh my god. That's not possible. Should we do that or we highpoint menus like this you so many dollar you show called lintels saying that wants you to have your lentil.

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"b group" Discussed on The Read

The Read

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on The Read

"Feels like oh. This bitch fought like she could give her bag assi. I'm going to ask because there are other empty. Yeah exactly if there were no other empty seats on the train. Then yeah you would be a bitch for that but there are other empty seats. Sit in one of those and then you'll dumb ass going ask me. Can you sit here. No bitch not go sit somewhere else i i would have lost it. I wanna know and she didn't have a mask on. Oh no no. I'm highly tempted to go find somebody. I'm highly tempted for what it's worth. This i commend you. I think we commend you. Because they wouldn't have been me. I would have been violent. I mean at the very least. I would cuss this woman out and caused a fucking scene. I absolutely would have hit this person that they were mandated. This to me. And it's like it's the audacity. And i like i fully relates to. I'm black and i don't want to spend the night in jail and it's the night yet specifically like there have been so many moments where it's like the specific fact that i want to sleep in my bad and not in jail will walk me away from things. It's not even being booked. If i'm having a record i am going to. Core is the fact that it's like if i go to jail tonight i'm not going to be able to go to my bed in my bed so i get that but how this happened to me. I don't think i would have been able to walk off. I mean like like you said the pandemic is very much still here so like bitch just somewhere else especially knowing. You don't have a fucking mask on. Oh no no deeply irritate. I'm so sorry for you girl. I am so sorry. Thank for passing their age. Anyway god bless and if you have that you'd like to ask him send it to pass three to gmail.com and we might read your anger frustrations so on right here on our little pack podcasting. Yes we may just my. I also have something really quick to talk about this week. Assists bitch Caroline linzie also known as derek. Chauvin mother off google. So that's not a bitch guessing twenty two and a half years Of george floyd Can't say that feels like enough. I was literally why was like. I don't know about not was like yeah. That's like so not like going to die behind bars. Yeah no. I don't like it i don't like it. I know a lot of people are like. It's a miracle that he got the sense in the first place end nowadays can be true. And i'm still not. I'm still not thrilled about it. Like i don't know if this like the longest sentence and officer ever got for killing something. I have no idea. I'm still not impressed. Not when there's niggers in jail by selling we like No sorry. I'm not So but you know that was. After caroline's goofy dumb ass got up and decided to make a speech during the sentencing hearing and said that her son has a big heart and that he is just in so much distress over the events of that day and replayed it over and over and said you know when you sit in my son. You'll be sending me and this won't be any good for him has been live to see him. Get out of jail. And i won't be able to talk to him on the phone or give him. Our special hook sounds weird. I know that sounds weird. Secondly you have to be a whole. Ask demon to watch your son murder. Somebody like watch him you big. I mean the videos right there is. This is nine and a half minutes of your son kneeling on. Somebody's nick. nine and a half minutes. You gave birth to a sociopath who knelt on a man's neck for nine and a half minutes resulting in his death. And you decide to get up here and talk about how you're going to have to suffer to hit. Perhaps your son should have been thinking about. Y'all special hugs and you know how much he loves his mom and dad when he decided to murder somebody that day. Perhaps that is what he should have been thinking about like. If you own son wasn't thinking about the fact that perhaps he wouldn't be able to hug his mom and her beef stew anymore or whatever the fuck if he did this like. Why should anybody else gives shit. I don't care that you're gonna be sad because your son is in jail Listen i don't care about that shit. Scientists as a means. Sentencing meets honorable man. Like that's the point girl. Engine go to jail for eight o'clock sent new airport you and everybody else was ever had a loved one. Go to jail. Yes girl we know that you will suffer to. Oh fuck in. Well your son is a god. Damn murdered were Anybody who wants to see it can google it and it's right there a thousand links. It is all over the fucking place. Okay about murderers random. Mammy he's an honorable and selfless man. Who doesn't deserve this sentence sir. Honorable and selfless men. Don't meal on another grown man's neck for nine and a half minutes resulting in their death. They don't do that. That's the opposite of what honorable people do. Your son is not that you're gonna miss him so bad. He's your favorite child. No he's a good man first of all.

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"b group" Discussed on The Read

The Read

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on The Read

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"b group" Discussed on The Read

The Read

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on The Read

"Would love to see that it was so i'm surprised that she actually said i thought before you said it. I would have thought anybody but nikki. She said anybody else's name but not nikki and so the factually. Yep who exactly who. You're thinking yup that girl sure do wanna would love to see it happen like that's not going to happen but yeah i'm surprised that she actually says so. I would love it to happen. And i would love it to happen. Sands drama like. I would really love it to be a thing that could end with them. Finally just squashing it and like celebrating each other's as as talent. And i would love to see nikki and kim do kim's little Quiet storm danes. You know when she performed versus. She does her little talk version of the mary bat. Yep i'd love that. But i don't see it happening nikki. Do it play. I really feel like they should not do it before. Have your conversation. I mean bird that for our personal entertainment then no absolutely not but again i would like to see them dead like i would like to see. That was because you know. Nikki appreciates you know. The nikki is a fan of kim. You know that. She is inspired by her contributions to hip hop. And i'm sure that that kim has to appreciate the very least acknowledge nikki's talent and contribution as well so let's start there. Nice tints good chiena. Jesus 'cause that i was nervous tower evening negative leftback. True nigga did love and gucci. You know fed right into. It could have gotten a lot uglier if jesus was not over there. Meditating the whole time and it was and it was like it. Got ugly and disrespectful. And i did live but like i was also still nervous. Shit on the edge of our seat nervous looking at instagram's stared like i'm nowhere near the violence and i'm still frightened about what might happen so i would like for tonight mean and it would never be that bad anyway but i would like for it to not be tents like jittery energy. I would like for them to be like. We're letting go up the dumb shit. We acknowledge each other as legends. And this is gonna be a fun night. I really would love back. We might be you know wishing on. Yeah exactly that riyan. Na sap iraqi were refused entry briefly when a popped up at a new york city quote unquote club After reports say the security at the club allegedly did not recognize them to mandate to see. Id it's such such. you didn't recognize. Shut up come on girl. But i read that. I was like this person had to be someone patty. That was like the ryota i know would never saw with whoever this is clearly. You can't be the real robin fancy. I love that i you know. I am secretly now hoping that that is true. Perhaps you didn't recognize a separate. He but you know for damn sure you recognize me on a. Don't do this honestly. Don't even believe that this story is true. I'm sure that they because they got in eventually. But i don't believe. I feel like this is rumored shed and whatever the makes up at the door could have been any fucking bang. I really find it hard to believe that. This person didn't know who arena. There is no way is just look at what she had on like. This is obviously a famous. I mean and just look at her like that. is you know face. don't play with me. You do argue about it. It's not up for debate. You do you work the door at a club in new york city and you expect me to believe you don't know really looks like like tell me another lie girl because this one is not well thought out at all about this story was when i when i read it. The headline was like ron denied club. Injury or something. Like that. And when i read the story they were talking about fucking bar. Cade shut up not bark a which is yes for those of you who have never heard of it a bar. That's also an arcade and life. Fun isn't a lovely. I've had a great time when i went to barricade. Yeah but they made. It seem like these got denied entry at fucking the met gala or like some shit like the most regular ass plays come up. It's literally like our regular deg bar with a but it's not even giving dave and buster's it's like not that many games. Yeah yeah like a pool table maybe even security to be like i guess like a fuse is checking. Id because liquor shore making sure. I don't have weapons. Yes but i don't know who you are so you may not come in to wear. All niggers are doing. Here is drinking qasim migos and playing paper boy. I used to be good at payment. I was truly rash and to practice. But i got good. So yeah another ally this is. I don't. I don't buy lastly i just wanted to send love out to young america. Who's apparently checked into rehab recently He tweeted.

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"b group" Discussed on The Read

The Read

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on The Read

"Names on cards but that was y'alls bad for having perform right before she was a win an award like happens necas perform and then literally they'll be like stand right there on stage right and you will see them in the same shit still breathing hard to pick their. She was breathing hard. And then try and me. It felt like she had to walk a very long way to get my around and heels and she was out of breath when she finally got there and i love. that cardi didn't come up with her. Like i said product is. That baby was like no. You're going to remain seated. We're leaving you're going to go get you some water. We're gonna go sit down in the back and you're not getting a so. Yeah i but i just. I really want nothing but the best for megan like i just get so proud every time i see her like the growth in the talent and i just my heart. I just love a girl. So yeah i have found at the bt awards queen latifah got her my dad lifetime achievement award which you know comes with little tribute mazing. The cleveland team attributes. I was so good it was so look him in that fucking bay. I love to like first of all i really really lived for cam performing you and i t y i'd y'all have to help me out. Was that like a prada hair clip. Bang to like of purse. It was you know. I don't even know what you would call it. But it's like an emblem or whatever. I feel like prada like the little. It was kind of like a little lake. Diamond logo of products like shape. Or but like i think right i mean and i would not be surprised if products like made this for kim or if somebody made it for her out of existing products materials. I don't know. But i do know that i live. I screamed out loud. When i saw that fucking bay like i was. I wasn't ready for none of that. And i loved it and i loved how lake queen latifah loved it. I loved how intuitive she was. And i just i mean i'm i'm such a fan. I have such respect for her work and things. She's done in the fact that like everything she does. She's good at like a of these niggers dabbling acting and dabble in seeing instead of rapping. And you know try out this and that because they can or because what can make some money off of it but queen latifah's actually talented like every other thing she does. She's good at like good as a so. I just you know. She was very much deserving in her acceptance speech was beautiful to rhapsody ammonia love. Also were i bay killed i. They like i think helps to kind of open. My eyes how much i really love. And miss be rap. Cadence of like eight hundred ninety s yeah flows and sound are a little bit different now and i'm not saying that it's better not that old yet i am i just. It was fire as the way that they mix up some of like beats and production it.

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"b group" Discussed on The Read

The Read

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on The Read

"Get a lot out of that along with their talent now nausea. Rex go ahead. You loved it. Did i did. I really loved his performance. I loved the the mass of gays. doing choreography in the background. I love the kiss. Fake out that he did before the real kids and you know. I don't like seeing people kiss and that goes for everybody especially straits but i don't like seeing nobody kiss so the fact that i like completely got my life for that moment. 'cause i thought oh you know like i thought he thought oh bt. I'm not gonna give him too much. That was the fake out. So i really didn't expect it like i didn't see it coming. Maybe would have if he hadn't done that so it was like all the more exciting for me. But yeah i loved the you know how it felt. Very much like Amish to michael jackson in the remember the time video. And i just yeah. I love love. Love love seeing this. Young generation of gays be so much more free than my generation of young influential gays. Were you know fifteen years ago. Like even just fifteen years ago so much has changed. And i just love seeing this young boy have this stage. Ambi finally listening to us about bringing more gay shit and queer shit and transit into the bt awards. Stop acting like we're not here and and it's an black music month like like i just right. Stop acting like we are not so much of this. And i felt like bt really tried to course correct with a lot of that honor in quincy like they did have an mj rodriguez Presents a sizzle who said her anxiety kept off from going and like i felt like this was their attempt to be like okay grew. We're listening and mike were affinity better so all of those things together but i really just enjoyed the performance and it reminded me like. I'm pretty sure when the song came out that i was like shot at video scary. And that's not for me and you know none of this is for me but i'm happy for you. Feel like seeing his performances has helped with the song growing on me to the point where i enjoy listening to the song when i see him performance because of how much it looks like he is like getting his life and enjoy being his authentic self. So i did. I loved it. i didn't live. I do like the song I liked the song since the moment i heard it. I think it's really catchy I did not live for the performance. I didn't see much of the remember the time tribute like know a nigga came in with a coat cloak on at the beginning and then they did. What looked like some of the choreography from the dance. Breaker remember that it was more like the costumes. The choreography the whole note. You'll love it. No i felt like that was. Nobody was wearing a costume from remember. The time you weren't wearing what michael was wearing your dancers want wearing the dancers were wearing. You were just wearing egyptian. Shoot so yeah not like a direct comparison but like that was definitely the feeling that i got from it like this was his way of honor in that. If it wasn't for that dance breakdown. You would never convince me that this had anything to do with Michael jackson tribute. Also the kissing could have been kept to me like and that is in. That's only because. I have always cringed at like performance kissing like i wa. Who like i guess. I can understand the argument that him kissing the dancer. Whatever during this performance about like visibility bravery whatever. It's probably but i've always just been like whenever i see a performer. Like make out what they're dancer or whatever random unnamed person. I'm just like what the fuck was the point of ed to show that you see is people like if it was your partner that you're onstage with that you case. Like for instance when it beyond his the jay z. Onstage they married like that makes sense. You kiss that person outside of work right so like that makes good like you kissing this random nigga that was dancing with you on stays just like like you wanted to be like look guys. Kiss that person it made me think of like when madonna kissed christina aguilera and britney spears at the vm. As and i. I remember watching live when it happens and thinking why like what was it ended upset me. I wasn't people talking was. I think it's a literally for the Like you said it's literally the performance of it is find that type of shit to be unnecessary personally. But you know you're toast what that doesn't make any sense like what i just said. I had no idea what that was. Yeah i have fun with it i. I had a good time who i was severely. Underwhelmed by was the city gross. I just was sorry. Njit more than a young miami. I thought that city growth Was a bit awkward places I if feels like they might have been a bit nervous. But probably i wouldn't be shocked and also seemed kind of you. They just. I don't know i just think you like something like that. If they like reminded me of home or away they do. But.

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"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

"The one group or looking for multiple groups or whatever it is that people want and It's tough but i think it's one of the parts of the hobby that once you figure out what you want out of a gaming group and figure out how to make that happen. You're going to get more out of the a more than a hobby. Then it it's just like being casual and that's what you do like a casual gamer. You go to cons. You play periodically. Have you played once or twice a year as good enough for you. Great an opioid like that. Yeah we played the couple of times year a couple of times a year at that fuck. That's not a hobby. This not even bad. What does show looks. Kentucky happens once a year. Maybe once every couple of years. That's not that's not a hobby to me but some people like that. That's how they wanna do it. And i think it's as you building gaming group is kinda sussing out do Do you guys like it. The same way. I do the same way that okay. I kind of liked the dance around a little bit brown all right for that we are. We are the weirdest social unsociable. Evil man gamers. it's a social activity. Some of us are just terrible at it so it was like. You're not you're talking. I'll get nervous like run a game for people. I already know. First time iran avalon game online for yeses like comment hopman on fuck this up oceans author. Richard whatever fucking up like. I'm nervous and sweaty. Like why are these people. I've talked to all of the wise bothering you know anyway. That's enough outta me. You get john fox to do. i'm done. i'm done for today reside enough for me. The game group that so i. Yeah yeah. I think. It's i like i like having bought. I think there is something to be said about having a consistent game groups at you like you know you've got kind of some routes routes in and then i think that Playing with other individuals. Maybe not long term all the time. Maybe two one shots. Maybe it's fi- five session arc with maybe what you might consider aka strangers. You know the can open up opportunities that you might not get with the group so there's like a balance i think too much one way. Maybe that's the the Promiscuous gamer brands. Like how do you get your fix man how you wanna get your regular all the time. Same people out a little bit ones. Getting ugly talking. Darrell daryl. Two to four point two a geeky totally gaming and geeky like nothing else. In the where i thought is i merck berg actual play on youtube lenka to that. If you want to check that out by all means It was a good time. Was like a little over four hour session and we even did mini-session zero so Pete aka dragons are real podcasts. Host talks about twenty. Six fancy embarked barbarian barbarians of maria. I link to that. He's in our discord and puts in his his podcast occasion. Thought maybe somebody might wanna that out. I thought it was so speaking about throws at barbarians Moria i have been toying with picking up a copy. I wanna talk. I know it's it's Ozark loney type thing but sometimes there's some neat little nuggets in those share. The grab show. They're not that expensive anyway. Yeah compete some love of the zone..

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"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

"It's probably not. i don't wanna. I don't wanna go off into the sunset and become old elderly with you for forty fifty years. Yeah yeah i'm gonna go and find somebody else to do that. And date maybe some other people and bring them into the fold or whatever so it is such a weird thing when you look at it from that perspective and when you have good folks that you is like the relationship flow like you don't have there's john or actually there's another good example so john the guy we mentioned on the show on occasion that plays pathfinder played. It has no kind of You know desire to play anything else. And that's what is they've recently. Gone a five acres of the dm. But i knew a guy that was in that group. I worked with them. I don't know if i ever told you this brett. But he knew john. And i worked with enough so we are at work having a conversation one day. And he's like yeah you you just went to to visit john because he was a client of mine at the like. Yeah he's like. I play dandy with that guy. I played pathfinder with them. And i know you've played with them like two three years and he had like but but that's kind of where it ended like. There wasn't any more depth right like jeff. I know his son. I've seen you know his daughter. I've been at his wedding. That's different so. It was almost weird when i started getting into these different groups where it was like some people. I don't have that that depth of knowledge into their background in their life. Now my how can you show up every week and play path minor. Not know anything about this guy so there is a one of the things that prompted me to just bring this up. The bullshit by with you is that sometimes. I have to be honest. I feel sorry for people when i see them online. Like oh i gotta find a group to play with looking over here. Oh i play in fifteen different groups on you. Don't have a regular gaming group. Oh man that sucks. 'cause i love mine like oh man sure when i see somebody who's like costly bouncing or trying to find or whatever it is and then i realized you know. Sometimes if you're if you're a gamer who wants to try all these different games out. There really aren't defined once allegation roope almost about with you every week and play. You know or more work this week and then miller's roleplaying next week number dc. The week after i. It's not everybody is around a lot more defense systems. Okay that's cool. I liked partnership to like one or two people. You know it i do. I have met other people that much like our conversation about our buddy john. We're like oh this is my gaming group ago. Cool guys will just their people..

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"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

"At it. There's plenty of other people who Are pathfinder guy or gal. that's all they do. I know of nothing else. They don't want to nova anything else. That's just what they do. But i think there's a there's an interesting. There's an interesting thing that sometimes i. I think everybody This is bold people have attended games. You want to cultivate a really good gaming groups so a group. We can play games with on a regular basis their timely. They show up their respect. You know it's it's not forever to get together. We've got this really good gaming group. It's great and so on. And then and then they like. Hey i'd like to try paranoia. We just thought we just thought we were playing together. We're the and eager. Why are we playing paranoid. Wanna try something different. Well not with us motherfucker like oh well. Great f- lovely so. I think the the what. I find that you've done which i think is really impressive. Honestly is you have a number of good gaming groups that you can try and do all these different things with if you wanna play More for your play them or bork. You wanna do that. Never been routes pronounce. You can play that you can play forbid lands star wars dnd and delta green. You have five different games that you could play a drop any week. And they're all different groups. You may have some crossover in there. You are the only com denominator between all that and that is actually really cool. I think there's a power in that because you are you're getting to understand different play styles and i think there's There's a versatility that you are getting out of having those four to five different groups that you can wander through that you play with her or run for. There's a possibility that you pick up that i have to I started working on more. You know when. I ran my For the wednesday evening group. When i was running my streets of avalon game though i've run for you Couple times of yesterday's.

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"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

"Perspective is my. Why would i need that. I have to stop and go wait a minute dumb ass. You know these guys over twenty twenty five years. I have had a couple of come and go. The youngest players only been with me for twenty years right but generally speaking. I know that group of people incredibly. Well they're my best friends apart from sean. These are the people that i know when i move. You know. they're here to help me move sean. 'cause a distance and so on but john by get moved stuff in. I believe in. Now tell me this is the they will help you move..

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"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

"Don't do. They won't this they don't they don't like the the fail they don't failings bad and i know i've played with people myself that that's that's taboo. We don't wanna fail. It's always success like it's all that's what the game is about in genesis as its mccann mechanized. You don't have a choice like that's the tea leaves man. You gotta come up with something that that's why. How did you fail. Or how did you succeed with a drawback. What does that look like. It's it's just more fluent is in. And that's why i. If i played a game that was that is that's how the game is played right. And if dave likes to play. Like that and lenny doesn't like to play like that they can't play together unless someone decides that they're just going to suck it up and play what they played this game. So you probably get to try it right once at least but i think i don't use for over thirty years so okay i can pick the couple that will try it in that like it partly because coming up with narration on the spot based on tea leaves is not their style. They don't like that right. they're much more of a. Hey this happened brett. can you help me here. Sure and which is everyone else doing the thing though they would feel very left out. And that's you could do that. In genesis like yes it is however it is written a bad from the gay master in the good is from players. but i've always run star. Wars like okay. I'm just. I'm looking at my group and thinking No try it. But i know a couple couple of guys would would be like. Wow this is really fucking awesome. I think they really get into it. Cool stuff though. Yeah good stuff in our listeners. Talking when you bring up game ideas. Might i don't always junk. Oh my god..

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"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

"It's really eber on right. It wasn't that drastic so good stuff. Thanks a stat. Oh right then. Mr john keyword e mails us on mooks. Hi guys i love your show as always thank you. Yes unless i'm mistaken. No one mentioned brute squads from the seven c in your mook discussion. Take this with a grain of salt because i have not run second edition or i for that. Matter but brute squads are integral to the system they are a group of mpc treated like a single character with their damaged based on how many people in squad as well as it is hit points at same as star wars binion's pretty much On top of that they come in a variety of flavors guards. Assassins dualist pirates and thieves. Each variety has a different power which can be activated by the game. Master spending danger point danger points are kinda like fate points but just for the game master guards are basically a blade of armor for Villains assassins go before heroes do. Duelists get a second attack. Pirates get abduct an nbc and thieves can steal an item from the heroes. My own group has flirted with running the second edition a couple of times but it was too narrative driven for them. Many of them loved first edition. That was a more tactical game. I don't really know how well works but it sounds like fun. That sad story here. This has sad story. Here is that i bought back the kickstarter for second edition. Which gave me all the digital versions. The first edition books that and most of the new books to now that is some digital clutter by far. I have more seventh seven c books than any other game. I think it's time is coming for my home group any year. Now say keep up the good work. John keyword john had the pleasure of being play in the My first trip to queen. City conquest number years ago. I got pulled into john. Wick running seventy second edition. It is very narrative. And i should have remember remembered squads because we encountered one. It was fun it was it was fun. The reason to knock down have a good time with but they did all the cool stuff. That sean i talked about. They tried to kidnap people. They were in the way distractions they were laid of armor for the bad guy. It was a blast. So it's been a long time since i cracked out my second edition rulebook But take a look at that folks. If you're interested in. I do agree. That's very narrative system. And i think it will if that's something that That you like is definitely worth looking into. I believe it was a lot of fun. Might later shot. that's different fun. See that all right. Thank you john. Speaking of joe millionaire john h. It's some feedback here. A few random thoughts inspired by last few episodes one world..

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"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"b group" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

"His own. But it's it's not the same so i think he has the shadow demon. Laura ten sessions its entire campaign He's got some d twenty routes and so with merck bore. Venus are then. I think it's it's a little different cool. Yeah it was an interesting experience definitely for sure. I enjoyed myself. You do it again. I would probably do it again with another group I don't know buying. It intrigues me. Because it you know harrigan. I don't have the book but period mentioned that if you are wanting to buy the book and have everything in like a very nice neat format style. Read the content sears. All this it's laid out really nice improper equivalent to something like old school essentials. Which is the attempt of making biak's readable. It's like the asterik right. Bret like appreciates asterik because it takes. Add in puts it all in order that you can understand. Oh yeah yeah it's much it's much more straightforward to either. Yes by far right. And so with merck borg. It is a lot of artistic expression with in the realm of the book. And so it's different tables that that you know you flip a page. It's kind of like some of these genes right. Flip a page. The page is completely different looking than the page prior and usually shocking discordant. Yes yes yup So yeah i. I think it would be a great one shot or maybe small campaign art to to to kind of live it up but yet to be in that space to write. It's not d can be that but it's royal you'd have to have to do some you'd have to do use some muscle to make a d do that right which it couldn't do it. Yeah but this is thematically dressed and set to do that the pictured as a world where the sun is never present. It's always a night like noon and it's dark shit out and you know interesting. Yeah so anyway. Raising had a good time. And i appreciate everybody that played And that was it. So then tomorrow night i play delta green and eventually star wars come chip. I'm i'm a mess. So one of the guys. So that's right for for for midlands is supposed to play thursday. But we're down a character and sessions. You're alive run any anyway. But i guess i back tracked on. That phil was nice enough to say. Hey i'll run. John for if he has one play mothership and so we got mothership going and no no. It was great. I made Dr charles sanders. I think was his last. Name's saunders brandon france prance branson charles branson you know my characters mixed up bronson got it charles. Yeah def wish. I work for death. Which is still ahead branson. But i had to change it and so Yeah that was fun and phil did a really good job and and did it like last minute like. Hey i'll do this because want to. We ran with an arian played the android and Yeah that was and then. Kevin played Teamster played like a nineteen year old teamster like when wouldn't play xbox shit like that jas So yeah it was fun. It was fun. I think i would run that module. I haven't i've never read it. Thank god but i'm gonna probably maybe run that for the convention burkemo. Yup there you. That was my them done puzzle. I don't think anything else we could. Yeah let's get random encounter. Do that.

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"b group" Discussed on The Long and The Short Of It

The Long and The Short Of It

15:55 min | 2 years ago

"b group" Discussed on The Long and The Short Of It

"That I would like you to noodle and with me okay. The question is how do you think about the facebook group that you have for your community of change makers in the performing arts. It's very specific and random question. I'd have I have a feeling I know why why you're asking me this. Because today's Special Day Peter yes. Today's our own facebook group today. Hey that's right and so who better to help me unpack how to do this in the best possible way the gentleman the expert the.

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