35 Burst results for "CO"
Chris Cuomo's Former Boss at ABC News Accuses the CNN Anchor of Sexual Harassment
"We are doing this show in. Houston we do. The first aaron houston and historic popped up about a cuomo accused of sexually harassing Former boss and if you remember. Chris cuomo was involved in that horrible at unethical. Immoral scandal of helping out his Disgusting brother the governor and never reporting on it. Like if you wanna have your brother. That's hanging whatever but the scandal was. He wasn't reporting on her telling me biding their meat mistake. People and what a disaster taken off the air new york post but about an hour ago former abc executive producers accused. Chris cuomo of sexually harassing her. This is this is not family. Friendly content I guess it was a party and he grabbed her rear end in front of her husband and co workers. What's what's the cuomo guys. What is that. The woman shelley. Ross said she was at a park. What i was at a party with my husband who sat behind me on an ottoman sipping his coke because i spoke with work friends. Mr cuomo entered the upper west side bar. He walked toward greeted me with a strong bear hug while lowering one hand to firmly. Grab and squeeze. Her took us He said i can do this now. That you're no longer my boss quote. She said he said it was a kind of cocky arrogance. She's no you can't. I said pushing him off of me at the chest while stepping back revealing my husband who had seen the entire episode at close range. It's we quickly left while job. Well i think you know the end of this. When the end of the sentence say in texas there might be an incident if you grabbed the rear end of a woman and squeeze it like
A Debate with Dr. Rashad Richey on Mask Mandates in Schools
"Welcome to debate night here at turning point. Usa headquarters honored to have with us today. Dr ritchie a very well known radio talk show host in atlanta also a college professor amongst many of the things. I'm sure i'm forgetting and today we're gonna be talking about co the mandates schools mass and so much more. The way that this conversation will go is a doctor. Richard will begin with some thoughts of for two minutes uninterrupted. I'll respond with two minutes uninterrupted and go back and forth in that format for about a minute each will take about a ten second break or a little bit break and then we'll just kind of have at it and so dr richard. Thank you for being here and the floor is yours. You being trouble charlie. All right. here's the thing mask. Mandates in schools are water was inappropriate. And here's why first of all the vast majority of american voters actually support mass mandates for schoolteachers and for those who are inside of the school system But look what it actually does and mask mandate people that argue against it. They say this is an true general civil liberties but think about it. A dress code is that in a true civil liberty. A vaccination mandate. Is that an intrusion on civil. Let me bring you back to k through twelve education again. One hundred percent of all public schools in the united states of america require vaccination to enter vaccine passport. Already play not a two percent of private institutions require a vaccine in order to ten. Let's go to the mask. Mandate the mask mandate protocol is in place for the safety of students. This is based on verifiable science ninety percent of those in the field of science the field of study they say yes it actually decreases the spread of covert nineteen. But now you have people around this country literally rather than throwing on the mask. They rather throw fist. They're fighting schoolteachers. They're fighting those that oppose them and they are threatening to fight school. Board members because of a mass mandate. I have not seeing this kind of activity at school board meetings over anything except for these mandates but remember mandates are already in place school boards. Have the statutory authority to implement administrative law given to them by the states based on the construct of the tenth amendment of the us constitution. These school boards well within the constitutional right and statutory authority in order to implement such a protocol justice. They have the ability to say. Here's the dress code. Here's the vaccination requirement. Here's the teacher credentialing requirements and. Here's what it takes to to the next grade.
HHS Whistleblower Jodi O'Malley Describes Losing Colleague Who Took Vaccine
"There was another part of the video. That i want you to talk about where i i might not be remembering this correctly. Jody but you said that one of your here's wanted to get a religious exemption for the vaccine but she didn't. Can you talk about that. That part of the video. Well yes so and works alongside each other in the intensive care unit which was pretty much. Kobe unit the entire pandemic. The vaccine was offered to us federal employees back in decem throughout this entire time. She did not want today. Jeans natives and and it goes against her native belise In order to take the vaccine she just come back from leave and the her in along with two other employees. Were co worse to take it. It was common tainted tankage and when they realized they were taking like yay good job. Yes yes yes you know. And then two weeks later she comes in with a positive coleman and four days later she's in today. You know. I mean we've we've been saying this way too much. I know so many medical people that are seeing these cases can identify with at first it was like oh you got two weeks after. I guess you you waited too long to get it. But there's just way too many people coming in with a positive holding resolve and suffering greatly. Because i hope she survived. His intimation is a serious. She did not she has to later so she as a fully vaccinated nurse passed away. Two is not what they deem fully vaccinated. She received her back seen two weeks later. She's in hostile when she was due for our second one came down with her body. Just like crazy and slaying. Beware and no. She did not make
Charlie Chats with HHS Whistleblower Jodi O'Malley and James O'Keefe of Project Veritas
"Us is a good friend of mine. Who continues to outdo himself. Project veritas. james. O'keefe james welcome back to the charlie kirk show and you. You've someone very special with you today. As right joey. Federal employees was law services as we saw yesterday mona. It's a homeless watch the controversial history and it shows people in their own words. Jody came to us as a insider and proceeded to record conversations with your colleagues the let you say what you suppose. Well this is. These types of stories have been going on for a long time and i think people have gotten complacent about it and just think that it's just what is the world we live in today if you will and i reached out to project baron ties back in july and wanted to tell them everything i know but i didn't really have a clear example. It was just like all the but then after this happened to my co worker and she refused mactan treatment that she had wanted two weeks after taking the back seen as when i started recording so i wanna talk about that but i just want to remind our listeners because they might not have listened to our sister episode encourage them to. I did a whole hour on really what was revealed and so for me personally. Some of the most dramatic footage that you were able to capture was dr maria gonzalez. Who's an er doctor from the us department of health and human services says all of this is be us now. A patient probably has mara kyd is due to the vaccine but now the government are not gonna want to are not going to blame the
The Government Wants to Sweep COVID Vaccine Side Effects Under the Rug
"In one of the conversations a private conversation that jodi had a nurse she was talking with dr maria gonzalez. Who's in who's an er doctor. An emergency room doctor for the us department of health and human services. This doctor was ranting and this doctor was confiding. jody o'malley as jody o'malley was wearing an undercover camera. She says now probably. This patient has myocarditis due to the vaccine but the government is not going to blame the vaccine. The government are not reporting adverse vaccine side effects. They want to shove it under that. Let me read this again. The government is not reporting the adverse co vaccine side effects. They want to shove it. Under the matt this right here is an unfiltered uncensored. Private meet private kind of of dr sharing her true feelings of what's happening in emergency rooms in health and human services play cut twenty two alexei right. But now they're not gonna blame the vaccine bell and you know what but he has an obligation to report that doesn't he. They are now reported because they want to show the under that that they're not reporting. They're just gonna shove it under the mat. Now we've talked for a while and we've gone into detail how the various database vaccine adverse adverse event reporting system is likely low according to this doctor. Who says the government's not gonna blame the vaccine. They're not reporting the adverse cova vaccine side effects. They just want to shove under the map. We're one of the registered. Nurses confidentially says. I think the government wants people to die.
UK energy crisis: Government races to avert food shortages
"The soaring cost of gas in the UK is creating a chain of events which is resulting in the closure of fertilizer factories and could potentially create massive supply problems in the food industry so we Davies with the national pig association says a lack of CO two is a big problem on farms we will be a couple of weeks away from being forced to cull perfectly healthy animals all farm and by the caucuses in the big picture farmer Richard Lister says a lack of CO two creates other problems if your business is losing money and you having to lay people off it's that you have when you last in bed on the night you can't sleep it's a crisis Andrew Opie with the British retail consortium says there's still a few days for the government to get it right and sort this out they're going to get all the dark side pocket valuable for everybody and they go to prioritize the suit production industry government ministers have met with the company producing most of the U. K. CO two supply I'm at Donahue
Should You Wear Headphones or Not?
"One of my clients reached out to me and they said, is it absolutely necessary, she said, for me to wear my headphones? Why do I need to wear my headphones? I don't want to wear headphones. They don't look very good. They look clunky and there is two main reasons why it's a non negotiable that you wear headphones or earbuds at a minimum earbuds or air buds or whatever. And there's two reasons in the first main reason is that your guests sound quality or your co hosts sound or even your computers sound. Like if your computer makes a sound and it comes out of your speakers, whether it's your guest, your co host or just a notification. That sound can actually go into the microphone, which will result in poor audio quality. A bad recording. You'll get feedback, you'll get loops. You'll get echoing. And you'll just get unwanted sounds. That's the first main reason, especially if you have a co host or if you're having guests on your show. Yes, you have to wear headphones. You've got to get the sound directly to your ears so that their sound doesn't come out of your speakers and back into your microphone echoing back to them. The second reason why it's important to have headphones or earbuds is that you're not going to be able to hear what you sound like on the
China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'
"Possibility of china property company ever grand is leading to concerns in markets. This morning as we saw shares of ever grant are off more than eleven percent today at the stock has fallen more than eighty percent this year as it struggles to meet debt payments. The company has more than three hundred million dollars in debt and has warned about default. It has a eighty three million dollar payments due on thursday for a march. Twenty twenty two bond according to reuters and this is leading to concerns of a domino effect as this would have an effect on other china and hong kong property developers and a systemic effect on the rest of the economy. That's according to jenny. Zang co head of asia fixed income at alleanza bernstein quote in the offshore dollar market. There is a considerable large portion of developers who are implied to be highly distressed. Zang said on cnbc. These developers quote can't survive much longer. If the refinancing cheinal continues to be shut but she played down the possibility of ever grant being akin to the collapse of lehman brothers noting that the fragmentation of the china property market is much less involved than lemans
US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Seniors, High-Risk
"September twentieth was supposed to be an important date an approval from the food and drug administration. The cdc's committee of outside experts will be ready to start. These booster's booster program. During the week of september twenty weeks ago. The white house told us that starting september twentieth today americans would likely be able to sign up for a co vaccine. Booster shots visor. Certainly thinks it's vaccine needs a booster. The drug maker itself suggested after six months it's vaccine efficacy could wayne so on friday. Fda advisors met to discuss the idea of boosters but they emerged with a surprise recommendation of their own vote did not have. The majority voted no rather than agreeing with a vaccine maker rather than agreeing with some of the top scientists and the biden administration the fda advisory panel announced. That booster shots should be available soon but only for senior citizens and other select groups some important distinctions. Here let's break it down with. Abc's aimed flaherty who covers federal agencies. And and what is the actual recommendation here like. Who's going to be able to get a booster shot and win right. So i think it's important to remember. The fda actually hasn't decided yet. This is an advisory panel that was looking at the data and they were only looking at data that related to pfizer. So this is the first vaccine that rolled out. It rolled out mostly to nursing homes and health care workers more than nine months ago and what they did was. They looked at a lot of data. That was coming out of israel to determine whether or not people need a booster thaw back. The booster do improved protection by tenfold against confirmed infection and for elderly against superior kobe. Nineteen day said. They don't think boosters for all makes sense they think seniors and people who are at high risk of severe covet those two groups they think should have to go back and get an extra booster and they also said that they support people who are at serious risk because of their job so frontline workers healthcare workers even teachers. They mentioned they think those people might wanna consider getting extra
Dr. Maria Montessori: Founder of Montessori Schools
"Eighteen ninety six. Maria graduated with honors from the university of rome medical school. She was among the first female physicians and all of italy. Maria worked as a surgical assistant in low income areas of rome. She also had a private practice focusing on psychiatry through this work to came to have this revelation she said i felt that mental deficiency presented chiefly pedagogical rather than mainly a medical problem so maria began to study education. Theory and philosophy in one thousand nine hundred. Maria became the co director of a small school. That served as a training institute for special education teachers. The school's pupils were children with developmental and learning disabilities. Maria pulled from her background in medicine and approached the work. With scientific rigor she conducted experiments and made adjustments to teaching methods based on her observations. She offered unique materials to keep kids stimulated and it worked many of the children and the program made unexpected improvements and it was deemed a great success. Maria took her findings all over europe. She gave speeches where she explained her research and used her platform to advocate for children's and women's rights in her observations. Maria found that children were highly self motivated and curious. She saw that when children were allowed to pursue their in neat curiosities. They naturally learn from their environment. Maria advocated that teachers. Follow the child which was a radical idea for the time and to phrase that would define her legacy in nineteen o seven. Maria had an opportunity to fully implement her thinking she opened a full day. Child care center and a poor inner city neighborhood in rome. The students were children aged two to three or six to seven. Who had been historically under served in the italian education system. Maria specifically designed the space to allow children to self select between pre orchestrated activities or learning. Puzzles this attentive. Learning environment was called casa dei bambini and it was the first of its kind in italy. It became the first montessori
Jessica Chastain Is Riveting in 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye'
"Mother. This is jim baker. My husband jessica chastain there as tammy faye bakker in the eyes of tammy faye which opens nationwide this weekend. Andrew garfield co stars as jim baker. Tammy's husband who people of a certain age like us josh. Remember as one of the most prominent televangelists of nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty. Nine baker was sentenced to forty five years in prison for fraud. This movie is directed by michael showalter. Who made the very good two. Seventeen rom com. The big sick. The eyes of tammy faye came up a couple of weeks ago. During our fall movie preview. You have seen the movie and as i alluded to. We lived through the eighties. The bakers were inescapable in popular culture. At seem does the movie convinced that there is more there was more to jim. Tammy faye than we remember or what we saw in parodies from the time i mean it had to for me because my only point of reference was jan hooks portraying. Tammy faye bakker. On saturday night. Live visiting the church lady. I think phil hartmann was was jim baker. Actually so i didn't really know much beyond that of the story. I mean would have been a little kid at that time. And so yeah this was interesting to get some of the background info a lot of it drawn from the two thousand or two thousand two documentary of the same name. The eyes of tammy faye haven't seen that one. But from what. I understand both at end this i can attest to very much rehabilitation projects. You know to to say that there was more and of course there was more to to this woman than what we saw on saturday night. Live or in news. Reports jessica chastain as tammy faye is going to make you believe that no matter what. She is the powerhouse force in this film. The reason why i liked it. I think overall as a movie. It's it's a little strange. It's both really obvious like hitting its themes and points very underlying them like she on like her makeup his underlying. You know
A highlight from Ep. 97: Origin Materials Co-CEOs John Bissell and Rich Riley, Laureate Education, Aerie Pharmaceuticals, GreenSky, Goldman Sachs.
"Like Athletic jersey from nike or adidas or something is often a typically polyester jersey in. That's after these axiom materials. So the polyester is the same as the serve and when you use our technology to make that he t it's exactly the same stuff sandy but it has a way lower separate is functionally meant to be as functionally the same. It is it is exactly the same in fact if you gave it to a lab to go analyze it you'd have to. You'd have to get beyond the electrons into the nucleus to understand that it came from a different source. It is exactly the same house apostle yes. That's the magic of sort of chemistry Is that as long as you arrange the atoms in the right configuration than you get the same thing on the other side and so without getting into all of the nitty gritty on it essentially the chemical transformations that we do and able to make the same stuff that you make from trillion but we make charting with that with would feedstocks instead and the trick with that kind of thing. Is you know we joke. Sometimes in the industry the you can make anything out of anything. The question is can you make economically and so in our case It's not surprising to most people in the industry that you might be able to make the would that surprising things you can do it so economically and that sort of our trek will. I would seem
Was Brian Laundrie The "Creepy Man" In The Van?
"So. I've got a theory that i'm going to drop her an idea and the only way that i can kind of spin this right now is just an idea from author mind. Meaning how. I would pen the fiction if i was taking this story and wanted to write. Write the book Right the write the script. And where would i go with it because the question is you know. Whereas she but was brian. Also the creepy man that was You know basically the there's a couple unit probably know about it. That was murdered in their bodies were found in august eighteenth female couple and they had said that. There's a creepy man who intimidated them and or they felt intimidated by. And that's pretty much. What what it was before. Their bodies were found and we know that on august twelfth. That is the time where they had left. The co-op brian and gabby and that's where the body cam footage that you're seeing with the cops. We also know about two days later. That female couple near moab at a campsite like a remote Place was Was killed and it was later revealed that it was multiple gunshots to the back to the side and their bodies. Of course we're found agassi eighteenth but there is record of one of them saying At least one of them saying that there was a creepy man quotes and that they felt intimidated quotes by that at now. The question is what cops are even saying. Right now is they're they're not eliminating that. Brian is a suspect not. He's a person of interest in the disappearance in the mercy missing persons cases of Gabby right now. but they're not saying That these two cases aren't you know possibly linked and my idea from the fiction Fish inside and not what. I'm actually saying that he did. But if i were to pen the fiction it would be that yeah. He is the creepy man near that campsite that he and the girlfriend made it to a campsite close by and when this guy started to rage and basically his relationship is unraveling is becoming not what it is seen on video but really unhappy that that the girlfriend is the one person for him and she feels the same way. There's a break-up something like that. But when he goes off wandering he sees a happy couple he sees a happy couple and these were newlyweds to female couple and he just rages over that fact because that's something that he can't get he wants and he can't convince the girl who's been his girlfriend for a couple years and now when they're enclosed quarters in the van things are different than what they are in the wide open space any
Co-Founder of Yield Guild Games Gabby Dizon on Why He Started YGG
"Everybody welcome to another episode of venture stories by village global on here today joined by few special guests. We've gabby dion of g. G and linda shay of skelter linda gabby welcome to the buck s. Thanks for having me expecting us awesome. I'm here joined by mike. Majko's lucas baio at village. Global team lucas. Welcome awesome so maybe as as an introduction gabby one one you for those unfamiliar. Why don't you introduce what is why did he. And what compelled you to start it. Sure so why did you or you'll games is laid to earn gaming guild. So it's a community of gamers that flavius different. Nfc based games similar to axiom. Senate the the give it self Think of a world of work yield exempt up. The guilt itself owns these assets that if we invest in and then we land out these assets to our blair community around the world so that they can play An ebay games and actually earn some money from them and some historical overview about how this category came to be okay so played. The earn is a pretty new phenomenon. I would say just start the last year of been in the blockchain gaming space since early two thousand eighteen and really experimenting long like what what really could be the use case of blockchain games so there have been a lot of discussion on how players having ju- ownership which means that if i haven't nfc. I really own it. There's interoperability but one of the use cases emerged last year is that you could use these. And if these to play a game and win some currency rewards. So these are these are in game rewards. That could be exchanged for For fiat money And that's helped me started the axiom affinity popular lice this Model and it started gaining traction here in my home country. The philippines last year during the early part of a lapdog when people in their royal philippines started Discovered acting started laying as a way to earn money while they were laid off stuck on It's clearly no knowing dumb and it really just up there
The Creation Story of Bounce With Co-Founder, CEO Cody Candee
"Outsourcing network of local businesses all around the world big cities we operate different services inside of these businesses for the main one where the bulk of bounce is all around luggage storage. When you're traveling. Now let's check in check out day. You might have all your things in place to keep them with. Bouncy can open our app or a website and find a place to go and leave your thanks for the day the businesses that we work with make extra revenue off that after traffic and travellers all day of their vacation or business travel or whatever it. Is we see leaving golfer. Events wilson launched another product this year package acceptance rate on top of our existing network. You can send your packages to about slow pitch and help with traveling or if he lives in a city doorman i can't be around. Two receivers earned delivery so yeah sorta long-term and we'll be building bounds to help these small businesses make more money and then on your side we exist to basically keep people from not having to plan their days around there things anymore so luggage storage package. Acceptance tools will add more in the future in two thousand fourteen. I was working in san francisco. Some friends some co workers in the scrap. Some drinks after work. Someone said i'm going to join. But i'm gonna go all the way home. I drop off my bag and being minimalist that i am. You know living by this lawsuit that you're thinks she hold you down. I thought crazy how common it is for people to literally go way out of the way to plan the whole evening around there. Things spend extra money on taxis or the ubers and yeah it's crazy. So how can we solve problem. That night i was far. And i took the back of a menu. And we're just like writing all radios that came to my head including inbound that first day and the big vision is can we build a cloud computing infrastructure for the physical distributed storage everywhere. I mean you go with your thanks to you
US Working on New COVID-19 Rules for International Visitors
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the U. S. is working on you cove in nineteen rules for international visitors you vaccine requirements for incoming international travelers are under consideration by the by did ministration as it looks to revamp current cobit nineteen restrictions contact tracing of international travelers would be a part of the new system White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff resigned said Wednesday with the recent increasing cove in nineteen cases the current travel restrictions will remain in place until a new system is rolled out the US currently bars entry to most non Americans who have traveled to China India the United Kingdom and most of Europe Brazil and other countries in the previous fourteen days might cross CO Washington
Seth Dobrin Talks About Trustworthy AI
"We're gonna talk about trustworthy a i. It's something that is increasingly in the news and concerns a lot of people. Ibm has a product called fact sheets. Three sixty that i understand is going to be integrated into products. Can you tell us what fact sheets three sixty is. And then we'll get into the science behind. Yes so let me start by laying out what we see is the critical components Trustworthy a at a high level Three things there's a ethics there's govern dated ai and then there's an open and diverse ecosystem an ai ethics is fully aligned with with our ethical principles that we've published with arbin dr ceo co leading the initiative out of the world economic forum. And i'm adviser for essentially open sourcing our perspective on a ethics from a govern data in ai perspective. It falls into five buckets. So i is. Transparency second is explain ability third is robustness. Fourth is privacy and fifth is fairness and so the goal of fact sheets is to span multiple of these components and to provide a level of explain ability. That is needed to drive adoption and ultimately for regulatory compliance. And you think of it as a nutritional label for ai where nutritional labels are designed to help us as consumers of prepackaged foods to understand what are the nutritional components of him. What's healthy for us. What's not healthy for us. Factually is designed to provide a similar level capability for a.
Of Course There's Potential for Widespread Voter Fraud in California
"You're upset that larry elder is already making people aware of the report from kabc the talks about voter irregularities and potential fraud and california people like arnold refused to believe that when you change all the voting rules and have millions and millions of mail ballots all because of co vented. There's of course. There's potential for voter fraud. Any idiot can figure out that if they're sending a ballot to every single voter in california because of kobe that they're sending all these ballots in the mail. Of course there's potential for widespread fraud
"co" Discussed on Duos The Co-Founders Podcast
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"co" Discussed on Duos The Co-Founders Podcast
"It's a great thing. I think about a lot of folks that i've that i learned from often as people. I find that people who read a lot tended to speed menacingly insightful. Because they they don't work out of their own imagination. They're able to connect off the really. Have a lot of other source of inspiration. I find myself reading a lot. Different newspapers also different books on nausea and just close to a number of things that i think will be impacted. Lead in how other companies are functioning. And how it's you know it's funny in in these journeys where there's times. I'm sure you feel like. I can't believe i'm going through xyz when someone else is probably gone through before right when you when you pull your peers. And talk to them they they. They say you know this happened to me but when it's you it's your experience right so that changes your entire perspective of it And then like you said you know you look back two years things you probably worried about. Then you probably could not even think about now. It's it's amazing. How time does that early. You probably burned so many calories wearing ladders increase. We had know we've been thinking more about like how bad is create like objectively is going to create is gonna approach shareholder value and and how many divided by how many calories you burn things that You now i think. I'm thinking of that ratio more and more because i think about all the breathless moments asked. Sprinting is hardly can in the wrong direction is just like. Let's let's just do things that make sense and will probably winning most the battle. Yeah kyle i also. I really appreciate that approach of be happy every day. And if you kind of set that as the the mindset in the mantra you know it allows for different experience if you walk into the environment thinking of going to be terrible interested in the idea focusing on inputs in that output in companies that are focusing on. How do they allocate their inputs in resources in a town of the same idea. Like how do i. what am i puts today. How do i. That's what i can control for sure and having a little bit more trust in the Any lasts I guess closing bits of advice. Since you guys have been through the the seed a second round phase what what. Advice could Would you give to founders. Who are either beginning their journey or they're in the process of being in deeper into the past One thing is just talk to customers a lot. I think the things that seemed like the worst outcomes by measured by like barking up the wrong tree for a long period of time. I think our people who spend too much time in their own brain so strongly encourage folks talk to customers. Actually figure out that you need. And then i fine. Investor feedback is also really helpful. If everyone says no to you is probably a pretty compelling reason why the not so figure out what about your business acquiesce. Interesting hole in it. And then you know fix it But i find people who don't talk or doctrine busters can live in this imaginary world. Have o'clock it takes a long time to die. I think Occasionally jonah had been thinking about doing something that seemed risky or not consensus mansur. Mantra we had was Nobody else's dog this company. In this year in industry that moment between helpful so it toppled understand that you can look outside on patterns can also he brain irrational you. Can you can reason to problems just to. You may not crazy not yet to find out where the wisdom from the big town like that. We'll keep that road on. Listen guys show. Kyle really often have you guys Getting a season free for us. Or we're excited to kick it off and we look forward to tracking you guys and wish you all the best in the future and in this new journey were all experiencing and thanks for coming on on the app. thank you again for tuning into duos. Co-founders podcast. We hope you enjoyed this episode. You can find us on the web at duos. Podcasts dot com. As well as i tunes google play spotify soundcloud stitcher lease follow us comment that give us love anywhere. You can to the next cast..
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"I think i think one of the yankees birthday mistake is that it costs of recruitment. An employee churn are often hidden costs right. They're not very explicit. Count is lost officiency and the result is actually like a lot of people will their employees. I'm they'd like the extra few hours a week. Which by the way are going to be there at least productive hours for those extra. You know five ten. If you're very aggressive fifteen or twenty hours like ashley you're really not losing like ignore showers the least productive they're making will their other hours less productive damaging morale and you're gonna turn evil new data gonna turn more people than if you were actually like sometimes i know it is really the state as a principal when when when stuff and as you really want. Cable t. mission and like you know what if the deadline you know. They'll they'll be in early. And maybe the late. Not even 'cause you ask because they give us an even then i'm not i'm not expecting someone stanford four am unless it's like decided to do steal the company that resigned do some came to but yet you want people to buy into that and We policies people to success. Is i. I think that something is changing. Started anyway. yeah there's a fine line between hayes. Wise guy or gal keep coming at one pm. When do we want. We don't want to set limits yet. Now what's reasonable but you know. I think the world has changed that way whether you work in clusters of time you know what. What's the difference getting things done and make achieving says. It is important piece. But i think i did find the one difference or one difference of european and americans. I think in america the entrepreneurs they over-celebrate when they accomplish on them. And we see to mike and i actually were kind of like you guys. We almost under celebrate in this project. I said to him that we gotta get out the other one. We've had some great things happen. Let's let's pump it up but Here i noticed that entrepreneurs you know every little thing sometimes is is over emphasized as a win. Sometimes there are sometimes there so that's interesting it's like accounting my in my head. It's like you get the win. And then you know at the end of the month to balance the books again if the bounce decision you know. Shades accountants jaguel showy said celebrate often. So yeah i think on the on under like on the balance on thing the gulf coast just move right. So it's important tells me on separate to celebrate and having when we first started it was a psychologist students. If you told us that we would have turned over ten thousand dollars in a month we would be like. Oh my god. That's amazing right but yeah now we believe that. That is a really ship one. You literally built something from an idea and you have a global brand. That people could say that right at your age. You know it's it's quite accomplishment. Since got last question. Have you guys together. I mean obviously it sounds like cultures. Good good energy together is. Is there anything coming down the pipe. That's super interesting. That could maybe pivot the business but just kind of pivot how you look at things. anything That that's interesting. nothing business thing by the i. Guess we're we can strategically one of the things. Like like i said is now focused. When of the hacking law sues. I mean lawsuit each of the business which is great. And we think both clarence. Jackie made that happen. And it's about the game not strategy in war in more cities more effectively. America is is going to be a really big part discuss this year. You won't have you have the brexit problem. So yeah that's that's and bring it up one last question for you guys so i assume you both travel i. Do you use your own platform. Actually one of the one of the annoying ironies automomy travel you sometimes. We'll be chartered. Set stuff up right and that's exactly when we don't have places there. Any of the engine used it there. You go that's cool well. I'm going early to miami this weekend. I may find a way to talk to. I got a big fiftieth birthday of a a buddy buddy so i'm gonna go We're gonna have some fun but I'm going to try to use it. Let's see what happened wet winter. When are you both doing new york. Some new york is happening pretty soon. We'll spend time step. Team have negative marks but yeah should the launch yet give us a call it will how it will have a pint of beer or something. We'll have to see you. Guys be awesome where i stay here now brooklyn born and mike works there. Yeah yeah brooklyn's amazing camelia quite a place where Where can everyone out there in. Podcast land everywhere else you guys. I mean free to. Addison linked thin. Emails is getting emails her. What will add all we can add all that in the show notes but yeah obviously the platform is available. Estado come and the obser- available on the certain places if anyone really wants to take our emails are just first name stashed up on the anthony. And jacob essentially on this influx comes will reach the tape but yeah honestly ensure brand X lincoln i guess most about. Yeah super cool guys. This was awesome. Thanks we learned in time. We had a great time. Because i really feel the vibe. And i feel things coming pleasure as well take dave thanks again for tuning into duos. Co-founders podcast. We hope you enjoyed this episode. You could find us on the web at duos. Podcasts dot com as well as google. Play spotify soundcloud stitcher. Please follow us comment and give us love anywhere you can. We look forward to the next cast..
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"Welcome to the co founders pot. And i'm your co host. Michael sir jack. Along with my partner. Justin marcus our goals dig into and understand the power of two individuals coming together and building incredible companies partnerships and relationships. Welcome to the co founders. Podcast in this episode. We sit down with. James mcgaugh co founder of ten per pack a materials engineering manufacturing company disrupting the cold chain shipping industry. Their mission is to solve the world's packaging problems through sustainable design by building revolutionary insulation products that allow large organizations to manage their global supply chains with zero environmental impact. James takes us through the highs and lows of being a first time founder. What it was like landing their first major client and how he along with fellow co-founders. Charles vincent and brian powers feel. They have the opportunity to be the biggest sustainable packaging company in north america. And now we bring us. Jane's mcgaugh co-founder of ten pack. And we're live on the air with james mcgaugh james. Say a load of the world. Hey everyone thanks for having me on. Thanks for being here. Yeah so james just a quick bit about ten pack. We're excited to learn and looking forward to the podcast clarity. Second or sure. I'll give you the the elevator pitch year so At ten temper pack. We are focused on replacing a plastic packaging with sustainable packaging. And the way that we're really focusing on that right now is on the application of styrofoam are what's better known as fps foam. And we're seeing a lot of that meal kits for she now. Lot of furniture appliances consumer electronics It's pretty much everywhere around the world to twenty billion dollar industry and we're bringing a new technology to that which is based on plant based so awesome. What is the just jumping right into a sidebar topic. I'm stealing my thunder. But what what do you think of the phenomenon of the non plastic straws now going to paper and can i don't know if it's a resistance but people don't seem to like the feeling much drinking. Let's say coffee. Iced coffee out of a straw. Yeah well it's interesting. It shows you how how quickly these companies are sort of fluttering around the you know the the social attitude of of their practices and i look at the straws though and i you know the straws are not a big contributor to the overall plastic problem also. The paper straw found suck however you want him. They immediately fall apart. I haven in a restaurant and they they served a beer or something and it was some sort of cocktail but they served it out of a a noodle like a dry noodle. Yeah that's asking the. It's definitely degraded. There was something i saw online is online today where they said that in italy that's becoming One of the ways that they're trying to reduce that footprint using Pasta to actually drink out kind of interesting. I carry a metal stroll with me literally. Because i i like it better. So what. yeah so what. Tell us a little bit about how you kind of got into the business. After school in canada just walk us through school quickly. And then you know if you had poor blood in your veins or you kind of just stumbled into the business will first of all of these practices. Were saying i. I never thought i'd be selling back. Jim i don't think many people About that when they listen. Childhood trait love but Definitely wanted to go into business My dad has started and sold a few companies My you know it's just very much in the in the family and it's something kind of we've been pulled to do since we're very young but i didn't know what to do that in so i decided to study engineering. You're you know if you could build things you can out the business side of it afterwards and equal understand. How how the world around smirks. And i'd actually met the french canadian girl in high school. And i basically vassar where she was going to college and she said she was thrown back up to canada. So naturally i followed her up there and Reason for good reason what we're married now so it had a happy maintain go but Chuck studying materials engineering up there to learn about you know metals and ceramics plastics. And you know all that type of stuff. How accused out processed and stuff. Like that. And i was in this class Learned about heat. Transfer and other engineering applications and learning about this material called aero gel. And it's it's a fascinating material. It's the best known insulator to the mankind. It's ninety nine nine percent air so if you look at it looks like frozen smoke and you could lift off like picture a refrigerator sized block of this stuff. You could lift it up with you know your pinky it's used by nasa it's a really fascinating material and it kind of just got me thinking about. I've never heard of this war. The stuff in jackets widen this and coolers wise in this in housing you know why. Why is this material everywhere man. What what is what is nasa uses for they use for insulation in in in in the gloves for the astronauts interest Okay yeah it's it's it's fascinating. I've sent seen it be commercialized. And a few other applications for example like way under the ocean. If they have you know oil pipelines Eat warm for you know the flow of of the you know petroleum they will use this as an insulator so just a pretty wild material but it kind of got me thinking about inflators and So that narrowed the focus from the universe of things to think about as far as business down to installation technology and part of the requirements to graduate. Was you have to do a year of work in between classes. And so i had done my i think six or eight months or a year at at Working on their defense side outside philadelphia but for for the remainder the requirements and. We did a little bit extra. I talked to a friend that i met up in montreal. It's charles and basically said charles. Why don't we incorporate a company. And do our next cooper internship at that company and we can just try to come up with a product based on this air material. Maybe we can make cooler Or are we gonna you know Apply for bill and melinda gates foundation. Accion or something like that and so we. We took the time and we started doing that. And we wrote a research paper on it and a third partner. Brian powers got involved. He came up to montreal. Live there for Four months or so. We started applying to every business. Plan competition that we could find. Think like fourteen of them and it was great. Because you know we didn't have any sort of real product but we were able to win like forty thousand dollars face off this idea of a super lightweight cooler that could be used for medical Materials but of course the idea was really bad Gels incredibly expensive. it's not really commercially. Available at wide scale. It's really hard to handle. We didn't know anything about injection moulding or how to make the final product ransacked that flesh. It kinda got us started. You know started down the path thinking about we could. We could build a company and at the same time. This is five years ago or so. You had companies like blue apron and sun basket and played in hellofresh in green chef. Big meal kit giants just starting out. And they had hundreds of millions of dollars in bc behind them.
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"And medicine awesome for the people it's really good but i love all those budding trees and literally anything comes out with are really great yeah from him to okay and then yeah i had older music. <hes> you know i'm a really huge fan of elton john long before the movie came around not a bandwagon fan. Oh oh buddy liked all john before. That movie came out right. Nobody blanking. Maybe he's referring to yes exactly a really huge elton john fan and then you know we'll get into you like more like more favorite artists right because they have a lot of billy joel. We love billy joel. Billy joel's also probably if it boils down to like my number. One favorite just silly joel is the welsh is i think favorite 'cause your sister loves them. Your dad i think william that and that gets into you know i think when what makes us think of our favorite music and like back in the day i definitely would not have said billy joel's my favorite right like when i was a teenager i was listening to billy joel. Okay same you know. I was listening to a lot of like seventies metal. Really that's what i was really into len and stuff like that plan and stuff like that but when you look back and you're like trying to remember and like music is all about inspiring memories and things like that right whatever what i remember is being in the car my dad playing the radio playing like billy. Joel songs had come on and turn it up. You know so it's like our dad loved it <hes> so i think we all remember that right so that's definitely the welsh family feeling they love billy joel which i also really like billy joel but that wasn't really what my family listen to very much yeah yeah songwriter and that's. What did your family really listen to. What are you going to remember yeah. When you're an adult fondly right and remember your child had all the different things yeah. I remember cleaning got my home to jimmy buffett. I was one of the c._d.'s side my my mom had and we're not seeing the pinochle autism you know doesn't even sound like jimmy buffett rita ville no no okay jimmy buffett like cheeseburger in paradise like that's on comes up as like one of my one of my absolute favorite bands if you know me is fleetwood fleetwood mac and olive really love stevie nicks. I'm one of those which girls that love stevie nicks but i love stevie nicks 'cause my dad really love stevie nicks so we listen listen to a lot of fleetwood mac when i was a kid but yeah like you were saying like when i was a teenager i wouldn't listen to that at all i had completely different tastes in music as my parents and so i think.
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"DOT COM XIV called podcast where you can also give us a little bit of money and then you have access to what we're going to have in the future which is a discord channel where here we actually a book and Bitch Discord Channel where we're going to talk about the bugs like Azra reading them. You might get extra like content. You might know about the books folks. We're GonNa read before anybody else does he can read ahead of time right ahead cool cool little trinkets and things. I'll they got so many. We've got all kinds of ideas. It's true Jenny. How about you tell the audience about yourself about me well. Let's see I feel like I'm kind of a very boring person in the lease or person I well. Let's see I really love writing. I would say that's probably like my main my main thing. I love fine. Thank you so much. I love teaching writing. I love talking about writing. I love the actual physical act of writing reading other people's writing which we actually talked about in and so if you are listening to passive you're not again go to that area but Jenny was honored gave a Thrill Code where she talked about teaching writing being an like. She's really are go to writing. She's the off he minded. I think he just came up with a new tagline. I well this is kind of how it all started because we on Co op and we ended up kind of monopolizing the conversation with books and then we're like wait the minute wait. Let's get back like we started talking about. Harry Potter episode throws only Gosh which which is the book technically yes technically which I haven't got to read. All the way through Jesse has though so you guys had really great book. It has been so long since I read through the books though she make that no now. I'm not even going to suggest like we try to do read all of them. No absolutely no uh-huh pretend like I read all ninety man like I don't even think we could do that with like Harry Potter Yeah No. I think that'd be too much. We've come to him line. ooh. Let's break the mob. You love it then. We'll do like seven episode Harry Potter. They're like Harry. Potter podcast wins the a Harry Potter like month on Spec- for something else now we'll ginny. That's a December and okay and I in March. I think yes I wanna say we could coordinate with that but I think there's any month goes yeah. How about this <hes>. How about we ask you a couple of questions so we came up with a few questions. We're not just I'm not just like the best interviewer in the world where I'm just coming up with questions off the top of my head. Eh By what book would you like to see turned into a movie. ooh I would really love to see motherless Brooklyn by Jonathan. Lethem turned into a movie at such the characters in it are so rich and vivid the I think to see them. Come alive on screen would be so interesting and I will. I'll say this when we were thinking about what we're going to answer these questions. I was like I better look this up Assif. It's not a movie already. It's about to be a movie November. I which which were kind of during something so reading a book at the end of August in haven't been to our website. Go look it. Is the movie it or the book it by. I Stephen King Yeah. We're reading it so that when the movie comes out we making this compare Yada Yada. You should do that with obviously obviously you should. It's such an interest. I've never read it. Oh it's so interesting it's about this man that has threats and he's living in Brooklyn and he's motherless us how Brooklyn of him right knee like falls in with this gang of like other kind of like kids and people that don't have mothers or like a family and kind of along the way he becomes a detective of sorts. I'm studying has threats not obviously kind of gets in the way of being you know a little bit sly and sneaky. We are not as good at being those things. Leave how terrorists unfortunately. I don't think that it keeps you for big. Slice Niki detect them no <music> but it definitely it through some challenges your way okay. It's a good book a hundred percent. We're going to read it. How about this. WHO's your favorite author author. Ooh So Shirley Jackson as one of my favorite authors but since we're already highlighting her yes today you'll to hear it. I was like touching Jesse's fault because she's on Jesse side of these deaths Jesse's my co-host in Copa Buck as he was kind enough to lend me aside. I complaint yeah. No He's like we have to get genia little fiction for her to decorate and stuff like that so does that mean to put car stuff on my side with Richard Richard and Jesse ultimately start whatever park their car podcast Ab- cake but go on Shirley Jackson not yeah yeah for this one. I'll go ahead as eighty Smith. Zanies Smith is by far one of my favorite authors. I would absolutely love if I could meet her. In person. Listen Someday Hayes Eighty Smith Yeah. If you're listening today. Please come to the Pacific northwest. She teaches at Columbia though creative the Friday. Oh that's really cool. I didn't know she taught there yeah. She lives in Eklund for a long time and then I think she came over here specifically for that job. I could be wrong. Please don't hate me Internet. That's wrong they want. They can't hate you. Gosh she's super cool. I would love to meet her and she's such a fashion icon to. I know she's so fashionable. We're I'm. GonNa talk about fashion. In this podcast we have to it coincides it. Does it really does how about your favorite poet. ooh. Definitely Wallace Stevens Sunday <music> warning guests Sunday morning the one poem that I've read over and over and over and over. It's almost like my like security. Blanket poems guests like anytime during in my life where I'm like. I just need to like focus and become oh when it though okay pat so Sunday morning is super long. It's it's broken into a couple of different sections and it spans many pages reading it. Out loud takes about seven to eight minutes in total. It's not an option yeah. Actually when I was in college I ran our literary publication and we used to do open mic readings all the time. And for our very last one I was like okay guys. I'm a senior. This is my absolute last one. You all have to listen to me. Read Sunday more. Excuse me while I take the entirety of your evening but yeah. Why don't you tell me what about yourself? Okay Oh yes okay so again. My name is raven like you said a minute call. I'm in a podcast about nerdy things. I love really the everything I'm very interested in like fantasy and also really like historical fiction which is kind of just off. I don't know why I think it's like my dad is a history teacher so I've always been a little bit more interested in history but those kind of the books I like but I mean I end up talking about just literally anything create them all the time because I'm very much into like tabletop talk R._p._G.'s so I play a lot of attention and dragons which is a lot of like creative thought process. There's a lot of like back story that goes into creating your own story story and then recently have been doing a lot more <hes> the dungeon mastering the heads it create my own world so I love reading these books like one of my most recent characters. I based off of kind of off of constance from we've always lived in the castle yeah. No it's really really good and the next book that we talk about. I kind of based one of my characters on a D.. Stream that endearing office so I mean I get a lot of my inspiration from literature and just kind of everything but yet this yeah we'll dungeons and dragons. This is almost like historical fiction. You have this whole like world that's already built out with all of these things that have happened and all these rules and how things already behave right exactly and it is Kinda cool though because a lot of resettling people have been bringing out of that like in modern literature help people have been trying to break out like the stereotypical stereotypical ideas of race and what it means to be a woman and what it means spe- <hes> the sex that you are when what that means to the story story a lot of people have been doing that in dungeons and dragons us well and like all these other tabletop gaming so that's so interesting to be a part of so full of it so good ed I love it will tell us what book would you like to be seen made into movie okay. I'll start my first one off with a fantasy. <hes> book series actually just read the first one and working on the second one right now is the dragon land series. We should base off dungeons and dragons. Oh Nice. It's really good right. It's it's like it's what we need. I think they might actually try to create it into something with like the witcher being turned into a series I think like they're doing the wheel of time series which is Jesse's favorite fantasy like series like the market might be oversaturated in fantasy but the books are just so good because the world is built out but it's not not like with game of thrones where you have to know literally everything about everything so it makes it really easy to follow in the characters is really great because one of the main characters like a natural born leader by he is a half Elf so he's having to deal with how elves cannot stand band not pure lines and so they don't listen to him but everybody is trying to like they're like we trust him. We believe in him. One Hundred Percents Very Era Gore Oren like kind of like a lot of dungeons and dragons Lord of the rings basically but it's so good and just how strong a lot of the female characters actors in it are and that's always exciting for someone a woman who's in who enjoys reading and enjoys fantasy if there isn't a strong wrong female character in it. I'm probably not going to read it at this. Point is twenty nine thousand nine people like it's easy program. Yeah get with it so probably the dragon land series it yeah. Did you have a second. One second fire thought we were leading up to now yeah. No no no I was like I just want to start with fancy but now I want to think. Do I have a second one at love to see more <hes> just like.
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"That for about a month and it was a ramp up. I started doing just an hour a day. The first day I worked out this last month thirty minutes and that's like an hour could take is like thirty minute like quicker right because we had gone into some vacations other things in our lives we had gotten to where are only workouts where yoga yeah we great workout. However I have? I see it now is more like my active rest. It is yeah because it's it's not too extensive. I think if you're trying to maintain your keeping like your diet is like on point and you're being very healthy. I think yoga you're only form of <hes> workout account. Is I mean you could do that but if I think that supplementing that with like heavy lifting you're GonNa Lake Lose More Weight and cardio for sure so yes after the scan. I'd say the changes. I'm really making is I am the cardio relatively new thing for me that just added back in or whatever because as I went from thirty minutes to an hour a day to an hour and a half day I was a little cardio but then I back down to just lifting and then now I'm GonNa add and some more cardio and I think I'm going to consistent with that from now until the next scan to a target that visceral fat along with a few dieting changes and making probiotics are apparently very good if we're targeting that I think everybody should give a try for probiotic has he got healthy stuff. Increasing things like that will help target that I'm going to try and lower that as priority number one along with that I think that will shrink down my you know android region so that one of the measures that gave us as you don't want your android region to have a higher body fat percentage as a region then your overall body fat percentage which is where I li- right now right now I got to convert at that and it will drop my overall total body fat by just getting rid of the visceral it will drop me a few percent so I'll be down another percentile because right now. I'm sitting at the edge of the eightieth percentile so we down in the sixty two eightieth range just getting rid of that visceral fat so that's all I gotTa do get rid of it and then I'm there so that's cool number. One and that's how I'm going to do it and diet wise. You know people in the past my no. I did the Carnivore Diet. I'm still kinda sticking to that. I know a lot closer to low-carbon Kito. I am yes I as I say `I sticking close to that but I have now a better target for my calories because what I was doing was my trimming calories was two thousand and my balking was three thousand. I think two thousand is was even too much basically because my metabolic seventeen fifty right and you they really wanted deficit in kind of like so that's what our restaurants right down to going to do yeah where he does seventeen PHYSI- minus thirteen three and we're GonNa do that in workout heavily every day but we're going to stick to those metabolic embolic rates because or maintaining a set calorie goal but we're also building muscle on top right and then if your body with proteins and fats as opposed to carbs in wall you'll have more energy. That'll feed your muscles prevent muscle your muscles for being eaten by your body and your body will turn those fat stores and say I need some extra energy to go through all this exercise and I'll start getting the doors. Now this might happen faster in two months to we might get to the point where like we're starting to hit some fatigue and run out of energy and our bodies are clearly shedding fat. We'll be able to tell right and then at that point. We'll have to think something new never get stuck on anything but that's my plan that you're like second goal or your for school like my first schools visceral fat where you're right this goal. You're what was it well so there's fitness diet diet diet mental health care and decks and then our deck so yeah my fitness goals were to attend so we go to yoga Monday Wednesday Friday Tuesday Thursday nights. Were busy unfortunately could go oh to hit class but I've got some time in the middle of the day I move around some meetings and stuff. I'm GONNA try and attend to hit class at least once a week. There's also the one on Saturdays so if I don't make during the week I'm going to that on Saturdays right right. Then that was my that's your health and then an hour of cardio every day so so even on my rest days which are Sundays activist as I wanna get an hour dedicated cardio even on that day right right so that that was that the food wise. I want to track my calories every day. It's going to be the main one in carnivore. They don't encourage you to track your calories us. Oh fell into that habit. I was tracking them loosely but I was tracking them inappropriately because those eating too much still right so I'm going to try and trim that down and track more appropriately now still remain under thirty five grand scarves. You know gatty stick in that direction mental health. What did I say? I don't remember 'cause you filled it out without me. Yeah I was sitting there staring at it and I'm like I was trying to think all the things I do yeah. It's like I do that already so I can't quite remember and then my deck scandals get my fat down to zero visceral fat so you're visceral fat down zero. Oh you're visceral fat. Sorry I was thinking like your total body fat Jesse visceral fat down to zero which is totally doable. I think a kiss zero. I don't think it's going to be anything permanent and realistically amping as long is I'm less than one. I know what I'm doing is working and I'll just keep doing that if it's around the same as it is now in two months I clearly have to change them. So those are my goals. How about you okay so my goals and so oh for the physical goal my workout goal it was to do four days of lifting or yoga a week four days so I can't do any less than I totally do more and I probably will do more like I'll do cardio and whatnot but I have to make sure like okay if I'm not doing yoga today a half to lift if I'm not going to that Yoga class five days we'll maybe Essex Committee and then under that as well? I wanted do one kind of unique active activity a week so something that they don't normally do like hiking. Don't do that very often. Don't go swimming very often. We don't go play soccer. We don't go kayaking as often as I'd like. We got tennis rackets. We don't do this or all things we used to. Everyone and I want to get back into it because I those are all I love being inactive the person and so those are things that I like to do like soccer for example I I have played soccer in some shape or form since the fifth grade and so at liked to get back into doing that in Enron get more often and that would be an active Ross yeah. It's our active rest and we WANNA do that. We're like you're still active but you're not like sitting ends at Jim. Jim Fatiguing your muscles but you're giving your mind break here. It's like a different kind of mindset that you're putting yourself into which really fun you'll think about it exactly so so that was something that I wanted to add in. That was kind of fun. That wasn't just like okay just wanted to do this four times a week and then be done with that <hes> sat for my diet. I also put talking calories because I'm really bad about that when we go out to eat or when I have an alcoholic beverage I really thought about smacking kids. Yes might not have a lot of carbs or <hes> calories in the drink itself Muslim do but even if it doesn't alcohol does your metabolism bless your metabolism for like twenty four hours so but anyways I am really bad about tracking it so I'd like to get better at tracking it and what was doing for the past like monther like maybe half a month. I was doing Kito because I was like man. I haven't lost a lot of weight in a really long time. I've been very good yeah I wanted to shake it up and I was tracking mckellar or my carbs my protein my fast my macro tracking them all very closely. I WANNA continue to do that but I'm not gonNA do Kito anymore because I don't think that that works for my my body works for a lot of bodies and it's worked for my body before but at this stage of my life just doesn't really took my boxes so I'm just going to move on from that and go back to my flex -tarian lifestyle raking veggies and fruits and be happy yeah and I think on top of that was the whole thing of don't stick with something if it's not working and then also make sure you constantly check in and adjust as needed yeah exactly and I like to poop everybody like soup in this diet. It does not make it easy so I'm GonNa keep that in the podcast. I don't really care so and then for mental I put that I was going to read an hour a day. That kind of goes the whole book and Bitch thing like I don't get myself enough time to read and I love reading so I'm GonNa read at least an hour a day and then my skin goal is I am going to lower my body fat five percent by the next one in two months I wouldn't be down five percent which will put me right in between the twentieth and fortieth percentile of women. My Age which I think is a good place to be. I don't think that's like too much to Kinda. Try for just because like the next one is like like elite athletes as the next section right after this and I'm like I'm not an elite athlete right but when you like to be there for at least a day do I get that's Michael Scream. Oh yes the thing there's like once you get there. You can say okay I made it. Maybe you can always say they'll tell the story of yeah one time. I was super fit. I was hot. I was elite as up there. You know like pro football players could yeah for a moment yeah yeah. I was right there so I think this was a great episode but it's running a little bit long so let's Rabbit Yep. That's it okay so hopefully you guys enjoyed it and hopefully anybody out there. WHO's thinking about taking the plunge into a healthier lifestyle? We'll do so you can reach out device. Listen To our other podcasts on the topic is well get some ideas and what to do and we'll start one of these in like two months. We'll definitely do an update on it <hes> but other than that make sure to check us out on our twitter instagram facebook APP podcast checks on our website at coughed podcast.
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"There's an awesome separate at check it out our strong curbs and I would recommend it because I've been on this is about my second week so I know it's not that long by I've I'm already like I've already stepped up. My weight's like in almost every single workout which is so I mean it's so empowering with I mean especially when you're a woman and you may not be a strong and in many areas so to be able to do that just because you're just doing it consistently and you're getting stronger and you see differences and changes in your body and I think that the next time we do these scans or it's going. N._B._A.. A huge difference in the areas where I have the most <unk> body fat which is my guy annoyed which has ma but mike this is actually so they do break down into regional here which is nice. They have your arms. Your legs your trunk. which is the majority of your ribs the top it's lower than that? Let's say like you said it was like belly button. Now I it was basically like from where the ribs jobs do that Little Kirby thing and up the top your belly button up and then the android region is the lower abdominal like lower breast `ages up is trump and from them. They're like from the lower prestigious to like the bottom of your abs is android is like the average but I think it's just the lower average and specifically. I don't think so also then guy annoyed would v the next one which is the upper leg area but yeah you're gluts so the guy annoyed an android regions are your core yeah. Everybody talks about core. They're not just talking about your ads. They're also talking uh-huh gluts your hip lectures yeah this sort of thing which I had the most amount of fat in my guide and my legs which is very obvious like when you look at me I have always had super super massive powerful thunder size years playing soccer so that's where a lot of my massive. Your total fat tissue or is your highest region fat percentage. That's my other reason. Fat Percentage is higher fire in those areas definitely just lower because my total mass and that is only seventeen pounds and my trunks one hundred ten so there's no way this is one hundred ten forty or fifty nine pounds and my is twenty palce. Yes belly button down is android. That's the only way I can rationalize this number seventeen pounds well. My android is nine point three pounds yeah. There's no way your entire abdominal region is nine point. Three yeah. Okay trunk is says sixty. I got a lot of <unk> junk in that trump right but it's mostly muscle yeah I mean yeah by trunk is one hundred ten point eight. I will say <unk>. I carry most of my like percentage fat in my android but it's only seven point five pounds fact there so like it's not a whole lot of fat in the body terms of things it would only lower where my body fat down by like two percent to get rid of it. Maybe a little bit more but you know the trunk has a good bit of fat and as well it's thirty eight point four percent in it's forty two point five five pounds so definitely I think that's upper bell here so you know I've got a little bit of some love handles where I kind of doughnut thing that a lot of men have right in particular a lot of everybody has got fat right and so for sure that's what yeah that's what we see here like. I'm generally fit across my arms and legs <hes> my trunk and that's why I say like the trunks including because if you look at the scan on the upper body part it's not very much fat but in the lower part there's a lot more so there was off the skewed by trunk and I'm basing this off of the regional body fat percentages would put me in the twentieth beneath fortieth percentile for my arms and legs. We just got work YEP. I'm not I mean he can't target so this is one thing you can't target regions to get rid of fat. Now you can target apparently visceral fat yeah another part of our of Kim Yeah subcutaneous fat yeah so visceral fat for any of that doesn't now is the bad pen fat the fact that gives you. It's linked to you type two diabetes higher diseases is things like that so if we all picturing our lives that old man veterans like a six pack of all the time has like big round beer belly but it's hard it's not soft and Gigli like Santa Claus. It's hard visceral fat. That's in there. It's hard fat and it sits underneath your muscles close to the organs hate anger and the grinch the grinch is a great rate example of subcutaneous fat. Now is the fact that's between your muscles and your skin and his Gigli and pinnacle is the word they use in here right so if you can kind of like pinch every region and kind of pinch up some fat that's usually the subcutaneous and so visceral fat really. It's where your organs are so it's going to be in that trunk region. You know what is it the android region ah you're not going to have it in your arms and legs and stuff not a huge deal there so you know I have a three point eighteen pounds of my overall fat mass which again was sixty nine point three being this fat and so what they want for you to have the amount of pounds is zero zero target is to get that two zero as close as possible on this year. You're like a performance athlete. Most people won't get zero and be able to maintain zero so you know he tried to get low but and most everybody else doing the scans had a low number. Mine's pretty high so I listen. This is my target chicken dinner of visceral fat. Mine is at zero point one eight so I'm the closest to zero and the present I was talking to you like this is great. You don't really need to worry about this. Just keep doing what you're doing thing and don't worry about having to get it down very much because not very many people do except for like high level athletes but I think women don't have as much. I think it's something the I believe. They said this this to me but I don't know that man do tend to get a lot more more visceral fat. Women's fat is on like the outside of your organ like more of the yeah. Just it's just women are more likely to get their subcutaneous. Yes ben are more likely to give visceral fat so yes and you know I think not rag on my dad but genetic yeah I think there is a predisposition to have Israel fat and my family so you know that's where we're at but definitely that's my number one target out of the scan. I'M GONNA target my visceral fat and in two months. I'm hoping to get that two zero or less than one right yeah. Let's talk about your goals a little bit well. Let's so where getting close to the end of our episode. Why don't we end it with kind of now that we have these scans? What were some of the <hes> specific goals that you want to kind of do both for your next scan? Visceral fat kind of lowering was so like personally I've been hitting the gym hard to try and build up my muscles toned up a little bit and then try and just get that picturesque muscular. Look Yeah about your ask your workout routine. Yes so usually I wake up in the morning and this is something I'm going to continue doing. I was waking up in the morning starting with some lifting. I started doing strength training pretty much. Only I didn't do enough cardio really over the last month I think because I was looking at my body fat numbers and I'm like these aren't so bad. I figured the decks scam. It'd be a little higher. It doubled so I'm going to have to keep this new plan up which is new plan inspired by a friend of ours was to here yeah is I'm GonNa Start doing forty five minutes of Cardio every morning. So as soon as I wake up you leave I go to the gym I do forty five minutes of Cardio and now this is going to be long low intensity cardio by low-intensity. I mean my heart rate isn't gonNA go up much because for some reason to have a hard time getting my heart rate up early in the morning but it tends to spike like my heart rate the rest of the day so it's going to be long as forty five minutes of that every morning then I lift usually for an hour to an hour and a half depending on the exercises I'm doing Monday. Wednesday Fridays upper body arms shoulders cash justin back respectively Tuesday Thursday all lower body legs and adds though Mr Adding apps more to every day because I also also learned that that's where I have the least amount of lean muscle tissue so up my lean muscle tissue there as well in my android region so which is a common thing like for men the glamour muscles the Shoulders Arms Arms Yeah Trust Times focus on legs and avs things like that which looking at mine like you've kind of inspired me because my lowest total region fat is my android so those ads which H._r.. I'm actually pretty proud of and then so my that is also my lowest lean tissue which only seven pounds but out of the nine point three pounds in that region but my arms though are at thirty three point point four percent fat in their fourteen point eight pounds total four point nine being fat nine point three being leaned tissue muscle or lean tissue try to shoot over ten yet thinking played the life yeah house because that's not all my gym people like already. That's you know if you're doing the math year. It's two hours in fifteen minutes. There's more yeah so then. Usually I'll follow that up afterwards with either cool down run or something or not depends on the day because when Raven gets home we then go to the gym again yes before we go to Yoga Yoga. Yeah and I have another hour in the gym where I try to do fifteen minutes of high intensity running so there's it's a good benefits from high intensity benefits from low-intensity running like I said I have a hard time spiking my Harry heart rate in the morning so it's easier to the high intensity later so fifteen minutes of high intensity and then some light lifting because I don't want to blow my load before Yoga Tai before yoga yeah so some really light lifting just to practice a moves and stuff so anytime you're going to do a lift at the gym practice it ahead of time with like some lighter awaits. Make sure you got your form good so it's time practicing form for about forty five minutes or so and then we do yoga for an hour for an hour so all told I'm doing a little over three hours four hours. Maybe most days and really I've been consistent on that for about a month and it was a ramp up. I started doing just an hour a day. The first day I worked out this last month thirty minutes and that's like an hour.
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"To have you join listen Easter anyway so we usually begin our podcast with some announcements Tony we have huge announced huge so I am pleased here announced that we're coming out with a brand new podcast. It's going to be starring myself and the lovely a wonderful Jimmy Cubal who is in our game of thrones episode upset fourteen and podcast is called Book and Bitch now book and Bitch. What is this what is it is a a book club podcast a bimonthly but club podcast that Ginny and I will put out where every two months now every two weeks basically will announce the books early but you can and listen to any episode that you want but if you WanNa follow in your more than welcome to and basically will talk about the book we're combining all juicy bits of the book with like kind of kind of like that forward message heavy we actually it's not we're GONNA try to keep it less boiler heavy just so if you WANNA be so we'll like remove like massive like plot point? S. Kills Dumbledore double door those kind of things now but no I think like if you're discussing books right like context <hes> writing theory things like that author backstories which are going to be so exciting especially especially in our first episode because in the first episode we're reading we have always lived in the castle which is a book by Shirley Jackson which she did the very popular Netflix series with based on her book the Haunting Uphill House Awesome so she is usually people know her kind of as a horror honors is not the book taking to the hunting season two now. I think I for some stupid reason I was like no. It's the taming of the shrew. I can't remember what it is. That's not the timing of the shirt that's stupid thing for me to say Shakespeare's Shakespeare and it's about something else but so okay so this book are they gonNA turn it into a series of so this is something already a film that came out but it's really good and I I definitely recommend everybody picking it up like from your library and giving it a read it super short and berry engaging and I think reflective of really our society in general got enroll in how a community is together and Howard community works together so definitely or rather does work together but go pick it up join us as we bitch on our podcast so let me say definitely GonNa follow along reading the Books Highs Jesse's lucky has he has the list so far that he's headed released on our website book. I got a double check while another can follow you on twitter yes Graham and stuff right book and Bitch pod Yes at the combined pod on twitter and instagram and then you can go to W._W._w.. Dot Book in Bitch Dot Com where we do on the calendar section at the bottom of the page. Have the books plan for the coming so in August like you said we're doing so our tentative release date is August I but who knows thinks come up so just keep that in mind our first one is we have always lived in the castle by Shirley Jackson and then our second buckets where the crawdads saying by Delia Owens are. I think it's <unk> Delia Owens now. I'm like second guessing myself but that book is so amazing on Reese Witherspoon <hes> Kinda list so it's so good and then the third book that were reading this month is Stephen King's it for the release of the phone yeah and that's one. I'm getting a jump start on that has it is a billion William pages long guided. We only have one cuffy of the vix yeah exactly so it's like we gotta get on it raw fast so it is along books. If you WANNA be there for us so Jimmy's never seen it ever like the original version with tim courier nothing and she she's never read. The book never had the buck. Her parents didn't like it when she they didn't want her to be scared. They protected her. They loved her a lot while my parents let my brother show me it when I was six so but they still at me. They love me a lot. So that's why we're reading is for the upcoming films that will probably also watch the movie the original movie and then the first movie so that we can also compare it through different medias so that'll be really interesting too so and as everybody knows who falls our podcast we're about free plugs for advertisers <hes> but on book and Bitch. I suggest that you hold off also never give you go get your books from libraries but yeah you say that on your part here we can say audible is a great place at these books. Whatever ever on your kindle on audible they are very reasonably priced with crawdads seeing and of course we're pretty hefty but are worth spending a credit on yeah? It was <hes> it's literally like seventy hours long yeah well. It's forty four at a time at quarter. Which is what I listened to yeah so I don't like six? It's going to be like fifty. Something Yeah. Yeah is what it is but yeah <hes> we always recommend audible. We enjoy audible on for your subscription. You can use that credit on these books you can purchase additional credits and use them on the books and said you can always get these at the library but <hes> I think where we we would wait. What's called? We have always lived in the castle. Yes it is only like five bucks on audible to Oh yeah earned. It's only like an hour and a half long in general is like eighty pages. That's why I'm like you either. Literally just go to the library grab it read it in an evening and then return at so it's so easy truly worth and totally a it's a great buck great bec. I'm so excited to talk about it and so is Jenny Jenny so excited to <hes> become more of a permanent part of the CO-OP The podcast family. We're so happy to have her. I'm so spinoff podcast in the co-op branding. Yes the co-op brand my corner the website yeah. I didn't do that on the website. All show I think about it. I think about how to include. It rolled up conglomerate. Yes we have her time Warner but coop. Yes anyways <hes>. That's it for that announcement. I think right unless you have anything else Dan that's it yeah yeah comment can would listen to it beginning of probably August I but just in case there are any delays in production will let you know if there are August versus our tentative date come out on twitter and I would love if the people read it I would love and people read along and then join in with us and then through our patriot. If you decide in future you want to be a patron which we recommend it. Obviously <hes> you'll get earlier access to bugs. You'll be able to join our special special discord channel where we're going to talk about it like as we're reading it things like that so just join us. We we would be so excited if you did yeah super awesome cool okay <hes> are only other announcement is here's is oil on. I don't do shit yeah just too much. He's well. I have right now. I don't know I'm trying to think one just that they're in here. Your parents are coming next week. Let's listen announcing. My parents are coming for everybody. GETS SHIT SEATTLE. That'd be the second time a couple weeks. My sister came like last week. So you know getting their double dose of Seattle Time I am looking at all the things we had a great time with my sister and her boyfriend Alex Super Cool people right up the ferris wheel and kind of that night scenic view explore all the downtown area fun things to do battle they were saying so. I think this is a great way to describe Seattle. It's very they're touristy things but it doesn't feel touristy like even when you go to like Pike Place Pike place those are only fucking tourists. I mean there are people they're buying groceries and stuff which is really cool. There's like select Pete area allying coming out of the original starbucks so well you know that there there but it isn't overwhelming like even for Fernley Ferris wheel and yen in terms of cities Seattle's pretty small. I mean it's hilly <hes> so walkability is glad blocked from like like where Pike places to an area called capital in it is hilly. It was very it's a hill but yeah great fun. I think when my parents are here Uber Definitely Uber for here parents yeah well Uber and we'll hit some of the slightly different spots. I don't think they're cap hill people but will oh yeah but we're going to take and a lot of people don't know what the Fremont troll is but we're going to take them to go see that. We'll get a kick out of it because we're going to go get better because here's the thing is was done in the nineties Yeah Alex where like sp five right. My parents have been paying attention to artsy fartsy things where I don't think it's I don't know trolls. Your sister and Alex would've known about it is because it's hip as kind of trendy it has it is very much on a lot of like marketing brand right saying yes hip in trendy in the nineties trinity. It's Heaven Trendy in Seattle still now yeah those trendy publicly worldwide in the nineties so my parents for sure know what it is. I don't think they do that. They were hitting trendy. People go up in the space needle did not know you actually on a Saturday. You have to have a time selected or else. You're going like four tickets. I say our they're looking at the next. It's like okay well. That's a big elevator and then you can see everybody. Everybody wants to go up in it. We should have figured but we didn't plan ahead well enough there but we still got a local Pacific Science Theater or center. I was Pacific Science Theater like mystery science theater where we went into the butterfly room. This is with <hes> Emma and Alex but the butterflies chose Jesse to see is a fake king. He is our faking the princess that's true. You are tall like we. We're all like way shorter than USA so we have a lot of stuff playing. We're going to the Hooley museum with your parents Yup. We're GONNA do that. We're GONNA get coffee from the original starbucks yeah. They'll be a lot more interested in actually waiting in line to do stuff like that. where I I think like like that's cool? Take me someplace cooler did because we found that little hidden garden. Oh we did and that was so much fine. Oh my gosh..
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"All. I know you can't be like Oh. We're star wars people. We don't like Star Trek right as as an example yeah don't like Star Trek. Both that's cool yeah. You don't like either whatever that's cool. You can like those things like football. You can like this thing like the whole basis of our pockets like I can like. I can like make like football. I can like dungeons and dragons. I can like magically gathering. I like I watched sex in the city. Confidence doesn't come from being a part of this group and tribal is doesn't come from the tribal as our part of Yams from yourself and then you make your own opinions and think outside the box exactly what they tell you you feel confident in the decision. You're making to make yourself happy like I think that that's a huge part where it's like like I don't feel self conscious. About what a doing anymore like it did when I was in high school like I felt like I couldn't go to them as they only I played dungeons and dragons with my parents this weekend. I would never have said that to somebody in high school. Now I can literally they say what are the fuck I want 'cause I'm so much more confident in kind of what I'm doing and is not based on what other people around me at are also doing 'cause so I like you know yeah I think <hes> parts of Geek it culture or whatever has improved in that you know expanded my nine. Adopt process hasn't really like I don't take stock in the culture part of anything because that implies that you know there's some preconceived notions beliefs whatever he'll bakery people now you have your own thoughts and ideas and pay privatize roads okay could work so let's move on to the next none okay so this is from stew at Mega trion underscore forty six on twitter and it asked who would play you and five of your friends family nemesis any film version of your life. You can't choose yourself so I I'll choose the actor for you and you choose the actress for me and I thought I play myself in my my own because you know who I'm picking. I'll take for you and you can pick for me. Would you really want Josh to be you at a movie paired with sound but like big name actors actresses like you have Richard Audit and he's like the Rock and then you actually would pick for your lock of rich. Let's who I picked. Who would play Ginny then I was going to stay like carry nightly? Maybe yeah I could see that Yeah Cure. Probably I'm looking at a list of like famous actresses for now. I WANNA look at a list of famous actress says I feel like if we picked care nightly lately no I I honestly cure. Nightly is a good choice because if you look at this picture of her on I._M._D._b.. At least she's got like the right proportions and getting judy is a super skinny. It looks right yeah yeah now yeah I am like Richards also just as both for us makes you can be a Helena Bonham Carter and Albie Johnny Depp. I'll take it I mean I don't really want you and it's really funny funny for here. I was great if pick Chris Pratt because I think you look like Chris Frat and then if that's the case then what do I look like who am I in that pairing yeah. I still think <hes> bottom car would be a good deal. I don't think you look like her too much but but I think my disposition like a big fish. Have you seen big fish. I love big fish. I think her and like big fish is very much me and I feel like our life at that point. If we're going in that direction is it's a Tim Burton film and so that's where we're going yeah yeah so I don't think the rock fits in that Tim Burton esque realm but now I wanna look at like other Tim Burton films and see like who usually play who were frequently in Tim Burton films scrolling down down and no I'm Catherine O'Hara. I WANNA be Catherine O'Hara era. That's how I want to be. I love Catherine O'Hara like my favorite actress in the whole wide world and you could be Michael Keaton. That's what we're GONNA do here. You're going to be Michael. Keaton and I'm going to be Catherine O'Hara overdoing. We're doing like older people so that works and then Richard Shelby Danny Devito daddy debate out and then ginny could be Helena Bonham Carter like all allow that tear because I think Helena Bonham Carter in like big fish release you could age up yeah yeah accident. Helena Bonham Carter I think is like a similar age issue shield. I don't know I guess by Richard Danny Devito but we need we need another person because this is five people that were looking for <hes> and are things Ripley plays Ripley. I don't know Kevin Hart. Yep is playing reveille is Kevin Hart eleven or the The lady that plays Fehmi Anyway Yeah. That's you should do Ripley. 'cause I mean we'll stick with the gender voice. Yeah Parker could be Kevin Higher Kevin Hikes. I love it. This is yeah because if we're going to do like a older people as US yeah be cool. I'm here for it. Okay next question I mean unless you WanNa think of any other I mean if we WANNA do like the Chris Pratt for Yale. Then who am I I want to say I think I'd make Jacob good like Brie Larson or she's in those books Jennifer Lawrence Yeah they go yeah. I'll take yeah I used to like. I think our neighbor she has has a little bit by like we're like this aim high build and whatnot <hes> do Janine would be Elizabeth Olsen who plays Wanda morning scarlet witch and then Richard Words Paul Rudd there you go yeah band so good at then Ripley is going to be I think Zoe Saldana <music> ads like Amora where she's like really pissed off about everything like all the time. I think that would be funny but that's really Ripley. I can't think of like all the female characters that we've talked about this before. I think all female characters are so tough all the time in like doc or any of them funny in Derby well tell like fat amy super awesome good one. We'll keep with that. We'll keep affecting me and Kevin Hart Yeah Perfect so that'd be voice over work anyways yeah all right so the next one from that the dead horse podcast dead horse pod on twitter area. We loved them. They make a real are dungeons and dragons park gas or tabletop R._P._G.. PODCAST but <hes> who are your favorite anime hot boys yes. That's a really good question. What is the definition of what the definition is? Anna may hot boy list. Is it like L. Like not to is one of them's the hottest the hottest the hottest and sexiest anime guys on enemy impulse dot com. Oh my Gosh Hukou is on here and I'm not GONNA lie. You guys a first time. I've ever watched naruto eyelid jet thought this character there was a female and so very confused because at like they were using like I don't know like it was before I was hipped pronouns and like I thought maybe something was up with the translation because we only watch in Japanese but that characters forty nine forty nine years old number forty nine Kashi is actually on my list. I think Akashi is one of the hottest kiss like in the league sauce gays and good say I feel like Arto did like played that up a little bit. I think how hot sauce gay as well. I think they like. We're really end either like let's make our dudes kind of this like this like you know Jalal from Fairytale Jalal by I've told you they read that right every single one of his other enemy. I can't remember what's is called. Rave master has already what rave master is go. Check it out yeah. It's fairy tale very Jalal is so high because he's got like that mystery thing going on and then he also has a hot face patio so I'm here for it. <hes> what else what about who's the do s class guy and fairy tale got eaten up by Act Malaysia got the older mysterious serious about just can't remember his name right now. Fresh is magic suck. I can't remember if you look it up because I'm like I have no idea I honestly like Nardo shouldn't be higher on the list. I'm Ben Bam right from seven deadly sins. He's sexy. Oh yeah the Fox Fox. Can the Fox guy. He's Hot Tamale as I hear airframe you'll darts. Oh Yeah Oh who's Guy who do I love from one piece. What's his name? I'm going to get his head here late the Tattoo of his jolly Roger Oh my gosh why can't shakes God I if I can have a huge huge bonus for shanks sexiest pirate even with without the are. I'll take him what I mean. He's perfect without it yeah. I'm trying to think <hes> who else from one piece I mean. Gene Sondhi I think is hot. Lucy gets hot kind of not really ooh Frankie. Frankie todd was any becomes like Super Weird Cyborg I._S.. Waitress Cyborg parties but I I mean I'm kind of into that. He blew up his entire body right. That's what happened right exactly not to number one on this list. That's kind of weird but I have another one gray. Eh speaking of fairy tale right agrees okay Trevor Belmont not necessarily an anime hot boy but enemy style Trevor Belmont Castle Vania Finger Case Richard Armitage does the voice so that and it's beautiful he so sexy. He says he would relegate you. Go Oh each ago Yup Yup Yup. I like it you go. I think out of Jones Melissa's length think out of like Nardo characters probably still sauce gay. I'll be I'll be that person. That's like sauce gays number one. I did have a thing for WHO's a metal dragon offer very tall man because you can't yell yeah good jail. I always kind of had a thing for Jill on each ego. What about age so from one punch me genius the like Cyborg Guy He's okay? I like yeah yeah yeah but that's just like a character. That's out there. What about like somebody from <hes>? He's the guy that's like super good from black clover. I can't remember yeah none of them really likes to like the leader of the Bulls whenever black goals the guy with the Yami Yami it is yeah young can get it. I love it. Yes absolutely from bleach. Maybe Ranji Yeah. I loved Renji. I do think each goes cuter who've Roy Mustang from <hes> FOMENTO alchemists see I. I haven't really washed all the way through Fulham alchemists 'cause I don't WanNa feel sad by I know you love him in. You have a hard on for him. He's Super Cool Yeah or Corinthians for hot ooh and like that whole scene so who's the other Aaron car that the green one with the dark hair. That's all EMA boy <hes> Yeah Korea he is just so sexy and like all like when he's actually fighting each you go like and he's just like has no emotion. He's like might email dream boyfriend around but also all my and I'll find it's actually like I can't remember him. Is that the racer head eraserhead. I would all over razor handle Yasha Enu Yasha Asia yes yeah. I like a good good ears. I think that's why I really liked that like a chemist kiss comedic whatever it is coming..
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"With crime forever like Lake forensic fire files have been a show on T._v.. For literally decades and then also there used to be people that would go in like campout crime scenes like way way back way what I think. I don't like about it is they. They have totally like you're right. You're has been around for a long time so as it's been around longer and longer and people realize that there's a market there Scott more fake yeah. They're pandering to their audience to get stuff so yeah. It's like right now. I was looking as himself and my hairdresser. Sammy she's amazing. She recommended a true crime podcast called <hes> I forget what is called but as about the Golden State Hiller and I'm really interested in that one but you look up like golden state killer and they're like thirty other podcasts that are now talking about the Golden State. Keller is like okay. How much can we actually like talk about on this subject and I remember there was one fine? I can't remember what the podcast is called but like the first episode. This guy is like talking about why he wanted to start a documentary. Basically he wanted to just be the first person to talk about it and get famous about it. That's what he said he was like. I want to make a groundbreaking famous documentary and now I found this a breakout documentary and I I found this case and I have to talk about it now as like you don't actually care about any of these these people south. This sounds exactly right. Yeah I yeah some saying it's just like their pandering to their audience. The misquote misdirect thing like the justice system will handle it right right like usually pretty open and shut lake. Yes serial. Killers is one thing we all already know. We've talked about it a bunch but when they talk about like regular crimes that happened like down the street like a week ago or whatever and they try to throw in this like maybe it was a hate crime. Now everybody cares more right or maybe it had something to do with Blah Blah Blah other thing going on in the world and you're like what now I'm paying attention and it's like Nah fucking people will be killing people who knows or you know sometimes. It's not even that it's like somebody just rob somebody because a lot of crime I mean it's crime but yeah as we're here for yeah so yeah I think a sensationalization Chin and it's because it's everybody does actually care about the stuff and they know it so yeah and people know it now so they just take time to do that to spend more money on producing those things now yeah exactly they just. I WANNA get money out of it so money story. They didn't even have to right exactly <hes>. I'm trying to think of like any other phantoms of yours that I might address start. I didn't like am one piece although much when I started it is very long but I do like it now. I like one piece so I'm saying I don't like bad things. I don't like bad things either other yeah. True crime is interesting when it's not over died and there's like an interesting take on it so much not a whole lot not a whole lot what else what else we got all right next thing you can only eat one meal. Your partner has to make the rest of your life. What would it be? You kill it on steaks. I do yeah that'd be good. Maybe Kito yeah ee Lawson. Make really good shepherd's pie ever. It's five chilly eight. My tell you literally my best recipe only problem with it would be you know a lot more carbs and it don't want just generally don't eat that many carbs vegetables than just your steak right. We would need to come so there would be like but if I had to. I guess yeah won't be that bad right harder balanced balance NSA beans and me and like we're trying to avoid red meat with you too so yeah so now it's really bad it would be a bad time for me. ooh What we would want to eat for practical gold. I'm elegant and I'm like I'm changing my mind slightly because I have to I have to the chicken like chicken dies in various that you made time with like lemon and pepper. It was so good both of those together we're just amazing to invest in Jesse makes them best chicken thighs and then you're peanut butter pickle ED potato shift sandwich. Those are good as hell. They are really good. You don't know what that is as good yeah. It's crunchy. It's we salty and I like I've learned calls I used to I use eat like a pickle and then eat ice cream and the way you do you take the bread. You put peanut butter on. Both that's right yeah. White bread is better for this <hes> by whatever really but white bread tastes better whitebread peanut butter on both sides crinkled the chips into the peanut butter a little relational layer earls the pickles kinda slip upon the peanut butter right then you put a layer pickles in between the two slices we will get like the whole dill pickles or whatever and actually make slices ourselves because they didn't actually make slices of. Pickles we liked him at the store off pickles that we like only come in like the haves yeah they come in the have holes chips. That's what they're called chips so he had cut it ourselves but it worked really really because I like that but you know I think Chile would sold us be my answer but you know there's tons of different types of chilly so chicken chilly chilly veggie do vegetarian chilly for sure yeah yeah. Those are good meals. I think if like things like people out there listening and saying like what about what was what else would you eat with the state because I when I make steak stadium meal only eat some me in so sometimes they'll just make take a steak for me because it's like okay well. I'm locale like glow calorie in this. I think we talked about it a little when we did our fitness one if you're interested but I do the carnivore diet on and off so yeah whenever I eat steak. It's like that's it and if that sounds good to you out there try it. It's awesome yeah. You'll lose a ton away. Feel Great. You might feel great. Raven would die important thing knows diets are different for everybody. So if you don't feel good just don't do what do you feel good fucking. Keep it up. Yes it's great yeah yeah yeah yeah so that's good <hes> and if you could play a character in a movie which would it be. Does it have to be a movie you that exists or in like a movie that Florida's making up now in a already created movie. I'M GONNA say I'd want to be Superman and in Super D._C.. Universe Yeah Okay and those anything our place Henry Cavill Nice. That's called doesn't healing dyers. Yeah I mean he's in enough movies. He made enough money off. Definitely no I'm not saying Henry Cavill died. You're not the actor Henry Cavill. I'm saying like you're just superman now. I had a newspaper company made enough appearances everywhere. No you're the actor in this movie character if a character in Ada yes so if you were an actor. That's asking no character if you could play the characters if if you wear care care it's if you could play character. No Tony Stark okay tanny STACK GONNA play. That's you're actually I've changed to that. Take my answer. The captain America then got like booted Captain America because then that's almost as many movies as I fans there you know I think that's a good point back actor just for the character sake like what character will be super cool to play and you'd want to be a part of that same fancher okay fine I would pick I think it would have been really cool to play <hes> <hes> Jareth in labyrinth because that's really cool because you have all the Jim Henson puppets and you have to play with that you get to also sing and you get to be in super tight pants. Yeah and you get to learn that really cool the thing with the ORB yeah you're still playing the characters but then I'm also David Bowie and he lived a fabulous life. You don't actually I do though because I get their money right. That's like you make the same amount of money money for that. One is the best choice no but I think it's like like thinking about the character and like thinking about like how cool it would be to be that character yeah superman who wouldn't want to me. I think those are pretty boring but also I've worked with the personal trainer and get super jacked. That's the point out. I think that so I think it was kit. Harrington and game of thrones was talking about like they got to ride like elect lake kind of electronic dragons for part of the scenes. His ball got caught in one of the rigs so that's kind of unfortunate but I don't have balls so I think it'd be cool to be able to like ride. One of those dragon rigs both Harry Potter take a lot of their flying on rigs and they're moving around and that's cool green screen green screens down. He'll be like in an air yeah Hagrid like booder bike yeah exactly so like some the things you can't do. You can't be weird yeah yeah yeah. Okay yeah answers. Do you think that Geek culture has improved you yeah so do we think like fake being a part of phantoms Gaming Leagues and D._A.. and go to conventions has improved like your confidence or self worth Yada Yada Yada <hes> this is a great question from ash and I'm going to say that it really has because there was a huge part of my life where my friends weren't interested in any of the stuff so go home and I really like delve deep into it with my mom and my mom is like my best friend and I think that's a huge part of it because I blink there weren't I didn't have any friends to relieve like can explore these things with so my mom and my dad and my brothers and you've been my best friend Corneille like we all kind of like explore these things together <hes> but I would go to school and nobody would really be interested so I think like being around those people really helped with since then my confidence when I started writing about video games and like it opened me out to more people in those people people I'm still friends with and then more recently just with being a part of Scottish Academy in just like doing that and then also playing more dungeons and dragons online with even friends that live across the country or people that we don't know I know like that has really upped. I think my self confidence and really my confidence and who I am as a Gamer as somebody that's into this kind of culture and don't feel like I'm as easily swayed. I feel like before I would just somebody would say okay. No you like this and I would just like that thing because they like that and they were telling me that I also like so. I didn't have a lot of my own personality when it came to the things inside I liked and now I know that I do. I have my own tastes and I'm confident and kind of how I approach people about that now yeah yeah I've saved for this. <hes> I think <hes> so I have a the thing I think many people put too much stock into like cultures they belong to or you croup subgroups that they belong to identify with our like. That's where I'm going to get my confidence around because you know I'm with only they belong here. Yeah and I don't know maybe I'm lucky. Maybe I'm weird or broken but I've never draw my confidence from your very competent person. You know like my confidence comes first and then just like whatever the fuck I want like yeah so it's kind of like your very own person and just chill yeah. Just chill yeah that like whatever the fuck you want. Yeah I think also comes down to the people should give you strengths and not be like your crutch. So if you're like I am this person I belong to this group and this is my group and this is all..
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"Ooh bloody decapitated go left outside mirrors home and Yakima County hello and welcome to co op the podcast. I'm your host Jesse host Raven much better yeah and we're here for another episode of Our podcast up so twenty something on twenty three but Yeah twenty-three yeah twenty three and me yeah give us money. We say that a lot catchphrase. Nobody's GonNa city but we can still ask so twenty three and me if you're listening and you want that free sponsorship that we gave you we know how white we are twenty three me. I'm pretty racially diverse. I don't appreciate that so yeah so Alkatiri podcast. This episode is going to be about this is our part to in nineteen coverage. You're here for breaking news. You're not really going to get it 'cause it's just given our opinion on what happened like a week ago but prior to that <hes> we'll kick it off with announcements so as you guys now if you follow us we have a t shirt contest. We are giving out free t shirts every week to somebody who ever likes our posts. We're looking for people that follow us back. Please follow us on twitter instagram facebook or else. You can't really win case. What's the point because liking something's easy? Falling forever is eternal aw so we appreciate you following us and <hes> liking our stuff interacting with our stuff and we are sending t shirts to those people so for this week it was the lucky rogue instagram's instagram. She's amazing being always kind of promotes web. COVES podcast is doing a die. She makes dice and she's really into Tabletop Gaming D._N._d.. So I think if you're into those things usually one hundred percent holler <hes> plus. She's absolutely gorgeous not that that means that you should follow her because we don't base merit on attractiveness but she's wonderful an you follow her right but if you're looking for some days said she makes them yeah yeah dark ones at one point on her page pretty cool awesome yeah they're fun dice. Keep around and stuff like that so color guess yellow. No we've given away a lot of black. A lot of people like black. So did she get black yeah. I think that that's the we're giving away a yellow though we haven't. We've always way we we gave away. I think one green one or everything else has been black well okay. I didn't think that that speaks volumes of our followers. Yeah people like black with everything but yeah another announcement. <hes> Raven was on scratchiness. Yes I'm mine. Sporadic has academies from now on until the end of the season which is like at the end of July on Thursdays on their feeding footsteps campaign you can follow us on their me Iraqi and Kuma and then all of our other buddies S. and coop are co up beat podcast official character..
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"That as much you know that might work for some people playing online on play play together like splits all on the same couch yeah on the same thing yeah so you know that was agree and then the game itself yeah. I don't have really a monster hunter right because it's like so Jesse's a pretty experienced Gamer. I'm an okay experience gets Gamer and that game was hard for us and so we both got real especially there's too much information like tutorial wise and then not enough information to realize exactly you're like what the Hell Am. I supposed to be doing as somebody who never played any of the other monster hunter game but like you know so. Maybe that's what we're missing is. We haven't grown up playing monster hunter but if that's how they're gonNA make a game they're not really opening it up for you know now it was absolutely beautiful and Eh. I really appreciated the character customization jam by now it was just it was really hard because I was overwhelmed and then I can just hear Jesse and the other rare just like cursing thing at the T._v.. Frustrated whether play games and that's part of the fun so don't embrace your frustrations but that was obviously like if I can't go to him because he doesn't know and he can't come to me at any point for uh and I think part of like how long did it take us to get into the same party took a long time. That did take right. That's like two days to figure out how to just get in the same party. We're doing all the stuff you do a normal games. We're in the same team. We joined the game aim together. Okay that didn't work. Let's or found the same server why it's not working yeah and so four ever there are a lot of other games that make it a lot easier for you to <hes> you know playing together and so we were kind of starting with those and if you really know how to play Monster Hunter World and that is a game that you really easy for you great then totally do it but by I think if you're looking for Co op game and you've never played it and you're bringing in somebody that maybe hasn't played a lot or both of you played a lot but neither view plate Muslim hunter. Maybe find a different one and yeah the point of that. Whole ran is does that? Sum Games are hard. Some Games are easy some games. You'll enjoy but definitely you want to know if you're getting somebody new into it or you WanNa know if you're trying to pick it up yourself find something a little softball science softball. Oh Fun again. We probably are blown borderland. Stick too much in this co-op but borderlands is my favorite is probably the best show up game. I think of all time adult like I think that this is one A. D.. I Games Games that you and I played together Co op and we just had the best time playing it together for his good the characters a good any place as easy as hard as you want it to be every element check. Check check right so funny yep good so that's why it's there but yeah there's some other ones as well and like so the and then that overcooked game because I want to talk a little bit more about how there's like some of those that game that we played that one time that was like lovers in a space base time or something yeah which is really good chairs. There's a lot of these like they're like indie games. Ranch arcade kind of style like there are so many that are called like so many and we've played so many there you just can't keep a list of but <hes> those games to like they're not like the thing about borderlands as it is long-term game right like you could play that for four hours a day every day for the next John's right the thing about those games. Is You know they're quick thirty minute games or whatever but yeah there's a ton of those available to so if you're looking for some games and stuff like that Kinda like just browsing the marketplace for and I'll also like one of the really good ones that just kind of popped into my mind really fast was don't starve together and that's a good win that kind of is you. Keep it fresh 'cause like I think that the longer you don't starve serve together the more funding experience I mean it's just fine and so that's a good one to you to find an play together. I believe it's only on so only on steam being that on <hes> xbox believe glow. We should get that one. They don't starve but I don't think you and I don't start but the game is so much fun. Yeah and it's beautifully done. I think it's so yeah. The style on those are all pretty interesting to see like somebody who appreciate like sometimes people are like into the game ain't play. Sometimes people are into the like art style and stuff like that to you or whatever you know. There's a lot of that going around right now on the scene as well so yes so. There's a lot of cool stuff there but they're on top of all the single player Games is that we're bringing back from our childhood or you know continuations of series or other new exciting games. They're still trying to games. We haven't played Oh sure that we wanNA play co op and I've got a little list here of these games at I found out are super coop apparently and I'm like well damn. Why have we not played this because we already own Mario rapids yeah we do this thing where we buy into this nintendo systems say switch but Nintendo systems general and we just don't play them right so we have switch it sits on our dresser collecting dust along with the six hundred dollars worth of games on it just sitting there us but yeah so we have Mario Rabbits is one of those games and apparently we can play that together so we should because it ranks really high up there apparently in a list of CO OP games out there so but it's essentially he like a Mario Meets Rabid which is another game series sort of thing and they come together and you know you Kinda platform through worlds or whatever and I think we could do? We could just do it together so we should give that a shot. <hes> one of the other ones I saw on here which is surprisingly I have never really played any of these games the LEGO Games yeah apparently there's a lot of co op in those games. Yeah I've had friends who in College College Day would just coop Lego like Lord of the Rings. I think just play for hours long. I didn't know they were like so co op yeah. They're very <hes> their brand. You know I'm super into that. I I WANNA know now. Is there a way by like all the little games and like one giant pack. I wonder like All Star Wars. Ones are all lord of the rings ones all the Harry Potter ones. I definitely want to play a Harry Potter ones right the one that like on the list I I was reading that I saw was like the marvel superheroes ones so that sounds fun as well right like I don't know I don't understand the LEGO games I like back in the day wanted to get into them and then I just always forget right now but like I don't know if I could build legos in play through Google stories sounds awesome awesome on top of that far cry five. I forgot came out. I know I've never played any the far cry games I play them. They're they're good. Farcry five was supposed to be like kind of different in America and yeah it had like a bunch of online stuff I guess so I guess that's where the Co op comes in. I'm not really sure but like we could probably pick that came back up and check it out and if it has some co op so awesome yeah. Let's do it on top of that this one that I had no idea this game existed but apparently early it does a way out. I just saw that when I was like different less is supposedly super good and it's like built for coop like. I don't know that you can even play single player. I think you need to have two people. Do people made it seem like you know whether it's escaping from jail. which apparently is something you do in that game? I don't know or anything else you do. It's always up to people prison break yeah so I don't know what that game is but I was like instantly like Oh. It's bill for two people yeah. We should check that out and see you know and we can figure out that game together and maybe it's on them. We both liked together so I share yeah and <hes> yeah anything you think that we need to pick up and play so there are some that were on here like Divinity Eddie original sin. There's like the first one the second one is supposed to be really fun. I think that we should definitely go and play some resident evil games. Some of them are more coop. Go Yeah even though they're not like there's some that won't be gaff yeah but those and like clue all the way up to like four or something yeah pretty sure I've played six yeah so play those the game that we were talking about before was a- lovers in a dangerous space time we have played that it's really fun we recommend not for people that are really interested in indie games and really WANNA play co op thousands of really good one. I think that we should go back and play more halo. Oh yeah because like we played through together the latest Halo and then the master chief we were going through like one but we never really did like what I would love to do is get like six people in like decent like you know big multiplayer Yeah Diablo as three yeah. I think it's coop one online join online different councils. I think that we could play it on our computers on computers yeah but again that's kind of the same thing because we on different consoles like yeah we could stare at each other here but I still want to get back into playing warcraft. I know you don't want to but maybe I'll play with my dad and that's another thing you can do so yeah but those are the last ones that I have yeah go back. I played all the games that we play well yeah so we still have like kind of a backlog of games too. I think like if we go back and look like you never finished the Tomb Raider Games now I made it halfway there. It's really good bye and those are those are good ones that I I really liked. The Batman series are yeah. There's a lot of those you know. There's probably a ton of like call of duty games and stuff like that that would be..
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"The thing that like you know happens every three or four episodes or a little bit hack is in every episode for natural in this kind of theme is to dichotomy of good and evil these the two halves of a coin. That's the theme and everything yeah but that's specific and how do you put it. Yeah like that'll be your big theme right like it was exactly the big theme should been in like game of thrones but then they just ditched that theme to go for Nope. It's really the battle between the Lancasters in the target area. We don't actually have a theme so that should have been the theme but that theme and then on top of that you know you have interesting episodes. If you're doing weekly weekly we we have an overarching theme cooperative stuff. We have interesting episodes. Weekly would keep this gone forever. As long as we don't end. The cooperative feature of our life divorced very silver the once you end that the series is over the over arching theme is over. That's things were natural did they ended it and they're lying keep going and they went on and on and on for as far as I can tell ten more seasons yeah so we'll see we'll see what's up yeah what else okay so game of thrones yeah we'll. We'll do a big upset about it yeah so right. Now we have beg episode. I gave thrones. We have a big episode about Neil Gaiman. I'm in a big upset about supernatural taking notes and all these ideas they're probably already and they're so I will say we have a big long list of episodes. Actually we only have like three or four episodes in here passes one and so we need to get more to get back on that see. There's a lot of things when you're making a podcast guys. This is why our blog posts or suffering because we're barely staying above water and all the other stuff but anyways the other thing is the Terminator Trailer Dark Fay the news yeah. That's what it's called is coming out and we got sexy Old Lady Sarah Connor and dial me aroused. I don't know if that's a saying but it is now. Dial me aroused yes. She is like you know old now but she's back in the movie. Yeah Super Cool so is Arnold on the movie also dialed me aroused tailings very hot. One number movies like a million. I don't know something there's a lot of them and you know like they're the original from like the first several movies right is all about killing her to prevent her a child Blah Blah Blah starring so they're the originals <hes> and so clearly they're still around but it looks like there's another plot to kill somebody else. Who's also important right? It's like a sec local like all stories are ever repeating so that's the best that we really did this. Eric Connor thing was prolong the robot takeover for Lord tape right and now there's a whole new generation of robots taking over in the future and GonNa pass try and stop praying and so another thing too is the the newest generation of terminators are more humanoids so will looking up at two looking at like a list of some of the <hes> the different types of terminators and stuff like that right and so they have the like metal frame ones which is arnold right. I'll the tea I think he's like the t eight hundred something right so he's metal and he's got like the human outside skinny that's <hes> then there's not one thousand which was like the Liquid Guy Yup the Pomeranian right and then there is the one the t x which is the girl in the third one or fourth earth wind and she was kind of both right. I think that's what the new terminators are like. The bad guy we saw trailer. He left his excess Skelton driving the truck while he got out because he's two parts basically to robots and one one. He's the EXOSKELETON peas but instead of having like thick skin on like Arnold he's got the liquid metal on right then you can do both and then ruby whatever her name is it isn't it isn't no yeah. It's is totally different. I thought it was her pictures. She has sunglasses on it looks like her okay but yeah no okay well whoever that lady is the true the Good Guy Terminator and terminator quote unquote because it looks like more like she is like an Android <hes> or whichever version is a CYBORG. She's a Cyborg android is robots turned more human and cyborgs are humans turn more. I think he's basically I think she started as a human and and they turned her into a robot. Okay I think I think that's what we're GONNA find out. I think that's going to be a lot point point yeah but because it just because that's what like she said Oh I am human right and like either like she thinks she is and and she's not which has been a thing before like you know you thought they were but they weren't but I think she's going to turn out to be like she was human and they turned her into a robot Gotcha. So would you be a whole different thing so I I I would prefer to be liquid metal one. If I had the kid choose yeah because I feel like having the skeletal structure which is getting your way a lot of times. I feel like the problem problem with Arnold. Arnold's version is obviously you can tell if he gets hit by anything that he is not human while the other ones you just have to kill whoever saw you like being all liquidity. Oh Yeah and then like you know the problem with Arnold as soon as you could damage it. Little liquid one is like I'm assuming micro robots that you can't damage it really. He's a low user rights metals so anyways it would be a cool movie think I'll watch them. I think we thought up on them should go back and re washes because I probably ran movies from the seventies I am to think she is but she never seen lethal weapon until until I made her so that's just my damn. I've seen alien. Aliens also lethal weapon five before he saw leaving weapon one yeah. That's what they do in always yeah that's actually true. I watched a lot of movies from that time but a lot of them were like fantasy like a lot of labyrinth. If you watch the same movie over and over again you payment as watching a lot of these that is again I feel I'm feeling really attacked. Yeah you watch labyrinth that star wars scene four movies from that era. That's great I have not I've seen pretty woman. Let's true yeah. I've seen pretty woman. Yeah I made you watch pretty woman. I I saw a long time before you haven't seen willow. Though I have seen is really hard to sell every time I look at it. I'm like this other than Warwick Davis Davis. I recognize him but I could just recognize yeah. You don't recognize Val Kilmer in address. No I don't I hardly recognized Val kilmer fell. Kilmer recognized Baltimore is Batman. No I mean yeah I can. I definitely have seen those movies though I think I know I've seen all Batmans. What about how would you can't picture? What he looks like is my point? He's got a very generic Hollywood phase. Maybe Avenue. What about Tombstone Topgun? I like tombstone a lot. I've seen top gun. I've seen top gun a lot as well yeah but you don't know Val Kilmer Yeah Yeah see those are all the good movies back in the day the movies you need to catch up on a lot of those movies. I think you're not wrong. Do need to not those movies. I saw a ton of VAL kilmer in them. He did a lot yeah. He eat it a lot at certain the time period. Everybody's got their kind of time here. I'm trying to think of who it is now. I don't even know I don't know who it is now. That's like an everything almost more in a lot of stuff all right. Let's go to I WANNA go. I WanNa see international movie database. Oh the guy that's an the knew he was a or he's in the Elton John Biotech rocket man he was in Robin Hood. He's in the kingsman. He's one of those people I don't remember his name but yeah I think like when you know twenty years from now and people warlike back looking on it. They'll be like Oh yeah. He was all that great stuff right right. You know he's not quite at the peak of his famous. In the nineties was like a lot of stuff yeah I was thinking like to like Matt Damon and they weren't a lot of stuff yeah staff and then they kind of felt Brad Pitt lives in a ton of stuff yeah right Norton Yeah haven't seen him in a little bit so everybody kind of has their moment where they're in like tons of stuff yeah I think can we definitely have that so but arnold also had that he banking of which and it's getting us back to terminator. He's in in these movies. I don't know how much he's going to be in this movie but I hope it's lot what yeah he seems like. 'cause they like go to his home or whatever what I'm thinking is like it's just a minor plot point where he goes and bestows. Maybe a little bit of knowledge on them. Yeah I love to see him in there for more than just like a couple scenes. Yeah that'd be pretty cool because everybody loves arnold so even the people of California get to Chapel Yep Seltzer anyways <hes>. That's pretty much it for hotcakes unless you have anything anything now. Let's get onto our theme this week. which is we wanted to bring him back to gaming a little bit we have done a video game themed episode on Awhile which are brought up last week yeah and it's because we haven't played a lot of games lately? I feel Eli Apple. We're working on yeah picking that up yeah and this past week Jesse has been on like a little purchasing streak. 'CAUSE WE got a couple of new video games one of them being so caliber six. That's only one week this aw you've talked about the tour one but that's okay that was free gold for Microsoft xbox platform. Everybody should make sure that every month they download the free games yeah you have gold for sure but we were trying to think about it. Just think about kind of how we came together as a couple not specifically the games that we play but more of kind of like how in your current lifestyle with occurring games that you have. How do you get your significant other to play billions of u <hes>? How do you kind of make that a more cooperative experience? Yeah you and your lover Yeah Yeah Yeah so that's our theme this week. So I mean a lot of times. Jesse Jesse works from home. He tends to play a lot more video games than I do a lot of time killing sort of like little games that don't really we take a lot of attention which sometimes the best games I think for Co up stuff right <hes> rightly there is one that we never actually quite got around to playing it was like overcooked was the one time with them super cool. I was like man this be superfund play. You can spend fifteen minutes plantings and thirty minutes plant it an hour playing it again. We got busy..
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"I can't arm yeah. There's there's a couple. I think where they're like. Okay yeah like you know. Let's hide it in the background. It'll be like a nice little Easter egg and you don't have to put a whole lot of detail on it because either darker really are in the background sort the thing because most of it was in like the main city and there's tons walking around right so they could easily have slipped a random little built him on in the city and we we would've never known right unless you're watching it. Stop motion in like every second but I think that's why we haven't seen a definitive list yet because nobody's gotten their hands on it to do that kind of stuff with it but there there are tons I mean there. was you know blast. Toys charred ours are D- Yeah Gang Gar like not look like hunter. No I think it was a game car. Although I thought list online at Hunter Hunter and I think because that was the trailer and the trailer it looks like because I was just moving around but I think it was again Gar yeah of course I was in it and Mutya was in it get sack yeah. He was good for Ninja. Kernan Joe Did al Abraham Abraham. I mean like puff yeah. Machado kermit champ was in. Maybe both wearing it me too. I sent me to already Cuban yeah the <music> Picciotto Pidjot all were in it and various forms so which I think yeah like we said on this. I think it's probably my favorite as far as Mongo just always had a good yet there wasn't e._v.. That transformed into Jeff Larry on it was okay because I was already occupied elsewhere yeah transforming. You Know Yeah Yeah. That was actually anemia yeah. I did like the Bulbous Sore. I think that that. I something this <hes> movie related. Well was <hes> they 'cause. I have never really been a huge fan of mobile store but this movie gave me a new appreciation for pokemon Nettie. Don't usually I'm not usually drawn to I'm obviously nicely a squirrel squad repor cell which was scored squad was in it squirrel yet no the whole squad this whole little about them fighting fires with their skurdal companions and they were all wearing sunglasses sunglasses yeah yeah I'm pretty sure Yeah Joel Tick is the one that you're referring to pick yeah Joel Tick Yeah. He's kind of a little hidden so I think if they hit him right. They probably had some others. Well I mean he was on the screen but it was kind of like it. It was just a little bit harder to see Toguchi all those which is pretty cool. I mean just to be able to see all these pokemon. There's new lake near generations pokemon and then obviously the older ones 'cause you get like your charm mander and scored all and yeah I think they went all the way up to the latest Gen though <hes> I can't remember there's somebody somebody was talking about and you know there's a lot of like pokemon signs because I'm looking at a list right now or they're doing that thing. Where like okay check out? You can see you know Gumi in this sign game. That's that's just a drying yeah just like neon lights but that was really cool. I mean it was a really fun aspect of the movie trying to figure out how many POK Mon you're seeing oh Mr Mime. Mr Mine was so funny funny. I like those those moments were guide. <hes> with Mr Mine Mine was pretty good yeah yeah and so- Jesse and I have kind of differing opinions on the story Jessie Jessie. How did you like the super great other than seeing the POK Mon in live action? It was a bad movie. I thought it was a cute movie. I it seems like it's obviously Kinda made more for children. The story was really easy. easy-to-follow a little to easy to fall right they kind of switched tracks though like it was not easy to follow because there's no consistency between the beginning half of the story and the second half of the story wise was like they were jumping into two different stories yeah no yeah I can see it in your eyes you like he's right like a win when it was daring that 'cause I don't think so. I think that <hes> yeah I mean I don't WanNa give anything away but like there was a distinct at the moment where you're like okay now. This is what we're doing right. It's no longer like a fun kind of Kitty. I'm searching for my dad detective movie. You know it's now like a serious thing. That's completely really different and it's almost like that even care about other club anymore they did. He's still well. I mean they told I mean the plot point. The first plot like really has a definitive end and then it's like oh no what we just told you. It was actually the exact opposite. A new should continue to look for your at basically. They're like flip-flopping on like. Can he find his Dad Kenny not find his dad and so that was a little frustrating. I will give you that but I I thought that the story was cute. It kind of to me it was kind of like the little talk bubbles in Pokemon Game Lake. All the conversation was like all the characters aside for Justice Smith's character and rent or detected Pichu. All of the characters were really just kind of like those like team rocket random like bag guys or like other. He's the main characters vide- poking yeah yeah but like still but it still it seemed like that and I really appreciated that because I thought that that was a cute way to do it because it's like one of the characters gets introduced and I really it just reads like a talk bubble from one of the Games and I thought that that it was cute and acute way to do it and like all the bad guys to were in a similar way that I do think that 'cause you know. Mu Two is like a big. He's a big plot point point in this movie. I thought that if they wanted to do another yeah they're movie. Maybe should have waited to bring out new to right and that's what I'm saying it's too it's too pods. The MUTSU plot another part was in the beginning of and they're kind of the same plot. They're kind of not the same plot dusting plot yeah. I don't know it's it's very I think probably ill coordinated or ill. I also think that like the plot in the original animated film mm was better than this particular mu to plot right. There's a lot of plot holes in this whole thing and that's another part of it is like it's sort of like I think they truly this with a different plot instead yeah but I still thought Oh I definitely recommend people going to go see especially. If you have children go take your children go. Take your brothers or sisters. I thought it was cute. I would probably watch it again. Yeah Yeah I would definitely watch and I mean all own it like. I'll buy it yeah but you hate it yeah but really I'm going to buy just so I can go back and look at Oh. Hey Man look at these pokemon walking around live yeah. Put It on mute and watch the on walk around and there you go. You'll have a the other thing too is like in video games. I feel like you're not to always the most interested in kind of the store. That's going on there. Well I think like it's cute and all like pay more attention to it than you would so I guess I mean I pay attention to this story for sure. If it's a good story yeah I mean I'm interested in good stories. Just press a few all still calver stores could store bad yeah but I already know the same story. Take over but yeah now. It's a it's good. I definitely yeah I still recommend it. Go see it if if for nothing other than just to see you know a live action version of probably one of your favorite POK Mon.. Hopefully everybody's favorite POK MON is captured in here but they're like five hundred pokemon now so maybe not. I don't see how I don't think they're gonNA make another movie. I don't think so too but I mean I wouldn't be surprised if this does well. I don't think I don't know what they could make all right. They don't have the story could be yeah right anyways. Let's move on to John Three John Three pair Babylon. We also saw that one which I think it's out by now <hes> mm if not brief spoiler alert I'm out with there's going to be a fourth movie yeah yeah. I thought this was the last time we had no idea until it gets to the end and it's a quite I guess maybe they're not coming out with the fourth movie. Maybe they just wanted to leave it on cliffhanger no but they've already announced it. I'll say like I don't know if they announced it or not. The Internet's coming out like twenty twenty one or something or twenty twenty. I'M NOT GONNA lie a little disappointed in the John Wha Franchises because this movie is really good. Is it really thought like you go into it thinking. This is the end and it's going to be cooler. It's going to kill them off and everything everybody's GonNa get murdered now right there at the very end ended this movie they're like. Are you pissed off right and he's like yeah and it's like I. I would have been if I might have been pissed off like a movie ago enough to kill everybody right like I think that's a good thing. Are you pissed off enough to kill everybody <music>. You're talking about like plots changing like right in the middle. I think that John Wicks plot. It was literally like okay. I've been in trouble with this organization Yada Yada and then I'M GONNA go drought <unk>. I it was just I mean it just he flip flopped way too many times and I thought like at the end it was like obviously this is like a planned Lake Rousseau that he can leave and just get out say you're giving away basically the whole story but yes S.. Basically it like there's a lot of flip flopping going on. How a lot about the organization? It's more of like a like is he. Just dealing with some sort of like you know. I can't beat them. I'm just going to give and could be them. Can't you know here's the other thing too. Is that Kiana resume. We had like three lines in this movie while yeah there was a lot of speaking roles anybody in the movie yeah Hala Very I liked that she yeah she's I mean. All the characters are good. I think all all the characters are good against the world. There's a lot of world building. WHO's the Holden's the he? That's the only way that I know guides. He's Odin an American the American American gods even there's a T._v.. Shares Oh my God yes. I've never seen it. Yes yes you have and we've heard about I have never seen I read Neil gaiman..
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"Who would he fight for he would fight for the people in his neighborhood and so what goes on and on neighborhood is the idea that black lightning kind of encompasses where it's not just a random like where luckily versus superman it's black lightning verses the factors that affect kids growing up in the ghetto you stop saying at length force detail get to know but it's kind of like where I am seeing like like in the marble cinematic universe like like Falcon like I feel like he's not specifically fighting for people in his neighborhood? It's almost like a warmonger. Is that what it is in Black Panther the bat or the backyard yeah like how he's trying to fight for his neighborhood in that kind of I mean they made it seem like Bagai. That's kind of like what black lightning is doing. He's fighting for his neighborhood but he's also trying to kill people at the same time. He's like okay. Yep Yeah I. It's it's a really good series of powers super cool black man waiting and so he has some sidekicks. I don't really want to give give it away but they're pretty bad ass thunders my favorite yeah. I like the villains in it too. I think that they're really interesting YEP. The villains actually I I have to say like Tobias Wales the main villain and he's like it's a man if any we watched luke cage series and you're like who is the villain in the cotton mouth yeah young love is basically like cotton out that didn't kill him off and keep them gallon ruin it. They kill he's bummer. It was like Oh man he was a cool hero nonstop with like this other lady and you're like I don't care he was awesome. Cool yeah and that's the thing too is blake. Black lightning is a really good kind of example of the DC version of Luke cage by more of like an actual established superhero where luke cage is Kinda like thrust into the role and he's just trying to protect his neighborhood br ahead yeah Lou Kate. They're very very similar though yeah it's all about like they they face different challenges an anti hero where as not even a key right here where yeah protecting protecting his neighborhood and facing the challenges that are like different than like Superman. He's GonNa Fight Lex Luther Right now what they're they're fighting yeah like. I think that I think it's safe to say in like black lightning. There's a lot of like gang activity and he's specifically. Weekly trying to combat like gang violence in the area which coming from Atlanta I mean like gang violence and come in from Atlanta to like he partners kind of or you know the parallel a lot. He doesn't really care they parallel with like the preacher that is now like everybody goes to church. Everybody's praying for the young people in the neighborhood hoping that they like make good choices and you know you see that parallel of lot in this as well and that's another good solid force in the neighborhood centers around like Jefferson Pierces Black lining. He's the principal at the high school and he like tries to do like there's a lot of other ways to help these kids and he's neighborhoods. You don't have to fly around shooting lightning and be the people up right focus a lot too yeah which is kind of the like a whole kind of basis of people really in the south and like if you grow up in those areas like those are the good forces of our neighborhoods sites like coming they said like what if like the everyday superheroes where real superheroes yeah exactly shoe lighting super whole principal your eminent. He's a philanthropist in the area but he's not rich so he stole. Oh like really volunteering in the neighborhood. It's different than Batman. WHO's a philanthropist but he's also super fucking rich like this guy is really good different problems yeah exactly and it's cool to see your neighbor being represented in that that way Yup? It's really really cool. It's really really good like I said Go. Check it out and definitely there's two seasons. I think there's GonNa be three for sure. They're all goods are C._W.. C._W. D._C.. Kinda does I would actually be very interested in seeing that sort of crossover stuff happened right because I mean the flashes still going yeah and then there's the DC. Here's of tomorrow's really yeah that one is like it's right for black lightning to kind of or you know not even black lightning like I said that he has some sidekicks on very enlightening as they are. It'd be super cool af like thunder just disappeared from lightning for like a season in like happened to be on heroes of tomorrow. She's my favorite. She's cool yeah like I don't respect teenagers. Superpowers and then are like teenager I it's like the Chili Adventures of siegfried I it's like which Oh but then also selling my soul estate girl the daughter.
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"You know the such work that's way too much work. We didn't even come up with the music that we already have. Hello welcomed co OP podcast. I'm your host Jesse. I'm your co host like the bird like the bird raven like the bird Welsh like the grape juice anyways welcome to the podcast this week we are are in the Dominican Republic solely alone. We're in the Dominican Republic so this is this is actually coming out like technically the puck as we just recorded thirty minutes ago was the one we are in the Dominican Republic but this one we would normally record record this weekend. Blah Blah Blah actually in the Dominican Republic when courted so yes we're back today but we wouldn't have had we wouldn't have been able to record it so Harry. are this yeah so twosome announcements that are not in any way very similar to or less announcements her dirty but yeah we are doing a t-shirt contest. We definitely announced it in lost one or reiterating here. We're going to have some posts so they're still lots of. It's still going on despite the fact that we're out we might be a little delayed sending out the winner and whatnot Taylor runners. Actually we didn't say in the last episode by I'm definitely going to put it in the <hes> puzzles in the post to be able to enter this particular contest. You unfortunately have to live in in the United States. Yes this is much much easier for signs staff unfortunately especially since we're during this like once a week and we don't want to have to incur like seventy five dollars worth of shipping charges on a twenty five dollars t-shirt right exactly so I mean our shirts should be available internationally and so if you want to buy them please do but yes for now until we can figure got a better way to do it. <hes> it's restricted to residents of the United States are people who can at least receive packages within the United States yes either that or I think we could do Canada in the U._K.. Yeah Kenan seem hard okay. I don't know there's or some rules. <hes> we'll sort it out. If you win. We'll sort out with you and try and figure it out. If it's not a nail will just sorta send you sorry Emoji and pick the next person <hes> but yes the t shirt contests is going to be pleased comment like anything that's trackable on social media posts all throughout this week <hes> same for last week. We're cut him off. Each Tuesday will kind of cut it off or actually have out when we want to cut off Monday Sunday. We'll cut it off Sunday Monday. Weekly the tallying no but it's per week comment like share whatever you do this trackable. We'll get you an entry you comment as many times as you like. Don't abuse it obviously abby reasonable just direct people to the best yes you can read all these rules in the post but we all of our social media. We're going to get away shirt a week from now until we get bored of doing it. which could theoretically be never so? We're GONNA keep on giving stuff away so make sure you enter make sure you're following us so you can continue to get updates on it and especially if you like free stuff and right now you know it's t shirts but sometimes we're going to do other stuff in the mix so you never know on on top of that we will still continue to have other ways that will be podcast related. You'll have to listen to enter for those ones but for these just engage with us on social media beer friends.