18 Burst results for "Captain Picard"

"captain picard" Discussed on Mega

Mega

04:16 min | 6 months ago

"captain picard" Discussed on Mega

"Oh, really? Wow. Yeah. Very nice, very elaborate. Really beautiful, comfortable hidden compartments everywhere. And this is his private chip, not everyone gets to see this. It's one of my privileges that I get to ten to this chair when he really needs to think you can go and he can sit in this gigantic chair and just ponder and think and think about what's best for the church. Obviously as a plane or chair just for day to today usage because he doesn't want to be seen as putting on airs, which is nice. And that's just an average lumbar support office chair. I didn't know it had little compartments in it. I would love to know what's in there. I'm picturing a captain's chair like captain Picard and the Star Trek ship chair. Bigger. Really? Bigger. That's the pec of this chair. Wow. This chair, it just goes so up built right into the ground, compartments everywhere, secret little buttons and toggles and I don't even know what they do. This chair. It's a mystery to me. It's a beautiful work of art. It's incredible. I don't know what's in those compartments either. Steve, that's the one I don't touch it. Steve tells me not to touch it, made it very clear if I did it would be bad. I don't touch it. Well, I mean, it's probably like because Steve knows the president, you know? And I bet he's got all sorts of things. He speaks at the national breakfast every year. I bet it's one of those things where he could push a button and talk to the president to something. Actually, maybe he could help you find your wife that ran away. Walked away. How did you ran away, right? And I wouldn't want to put that on him because that's not his job. He has his job and he does it well. He's an to worry about my problems and my wife, who was tricked by a raccoon into some sort of kidnapping situation or got befuddled and lost, which is also possible, she didn't run away again. She would have brought something. I still carry her idea around in case I see her, I go, you need this if you're gonna drive. No, how do you feel about Thrones? I feel like I don't understand the history of Thrones. It just seems like a glorified chair. Are you into those things? Yeah, well, I can give you the history of chairs. And you have to go way back to get to this throne. So originally cheers during because people were tired of sitting on rocks and they said, let's make something that's more comfortable. And so they started developing tools to chisel out wood and stone into being something that to hold to hold your tush and your arms. And then they said, I need a back too and so that they put that on there. Cut to a few hundred years later and someone's going like, I'm better than that guy. I want a bigger chair and we got sort of this chair arms race. And then the first real throne I think we can call it was made of skulls. It was a different time. Oh, wow. You could do different things. And so they made this particular king made a throne of skulls that really let people know of his own power..

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"captain picard" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"captain picard" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Distribution of services. So wild, because for somebody to just happen into that, there's like a zillion parallel people that just don't have that experience. And then for us to be talking and you to write this book that is brilliant that perhaps would become a TV show. I think this is one of those things that we don't talk a lot about how giving people the services that they need. It doesn't just help that person. It helps society. It helps culture, like we get nice things because that teacher gave you her time. You know? And that's yeah, it really is like that important. I mean, that kid was so lucky to have you and that's an amazing story. And I think that's just so inspiring and amazing and just like wonderful. And it is like, man, like, I do obsess about this a lot, not with regards to myself, but just like, how I know, like I just know in my bones that there are kids out there probably like millions of kids who are slipping through the cracks who could be our next, they could be the next thing. They could be the next, whatever they could be the next. They could be revolutionizing our world in all sorts of ways, but they aren't getting the support they need. They are getting the help they need at a crucial age. And are just slipping through the cracks and maybe are not just like put on a track where it's like, no, you are not. This is where you're going to be for the rest of your life. And that is the thing that we do is where we decide we judge kids at a pretty early age and decide what track they're on and where they're going to end up. And what I think about it, sometimes that actually does keep you up at night thinking about like, you know, we built a system that fails, we don't even know how many kids around the world, but even in the United States who, if they were nurtured, could be, you know, that's the thing I love about Star Trek incidentally is that the only things they say all the time in Star Trek is that the most important thing is to nurture all of our potential. And so let all of us live our best life and to be, you know, and that's it's not about money. Like there's a scene in one of the next generation episodes where captain Picard is like, we got rid of money because money we decided money was bullshit. He doesn't say bullshit, but he was like, we got rid of buddy because we decided money was bullshit, and that the real, the thing that's really valuable is to develop yourself and to be the best version of yourself that you can be. And money was getting in the way of that. So we got rid of it. And I was just like, man, I mean, that's the utopia that I want to live in. Honestly. Well, I got to say, I do think it's this is one of those things where it's like, and then what do we do about it, but to me, you just sharing your story openly and talking about that this was your experience. I think is our way of shining a light on the fact that that is happening. Because it is such a complicated issue. It can, I think, sometimes you feel almost like, how could this possibly be attacked or changed? But one way is just to talk about it here. This is our way to do it, you know? For sure. And. Oh God, now we'll exhale a big breath because it is heartbreaking to think about, but it's so fucking huge. Why are you sorry? I am the one why are you.

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"captain picard" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

04:42 min | 11 months ago

"captain picard" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"But we've had this stagnation in the world of atoms Eric describes it if you to walk into a room today and if you removed all of the screens does the room look fundamentally different from a room in the nineteen seventies stylistic fashion aesthetic choices not really peter thiel phrases in another way. Where if you're in the world of science fiction star trek you have like captain picard and he has like the supercomputer right in the we've been able to build the supercomputer from star trek. But we don't have the hollow deck. We don't have warp drive. We don't have the replicator. We don't have of these other science fiction. Like like goal reaches. We've been able to master computer down well but you know all of these other pieces of technology really stagnated and there hasn't been much gain right so there's a couple of things i just wonder. What three with you. I if we were trying to crystallize what the problem is that we're dealing with in this conversation you Is it specifically the stagnation of atoms and development beca-. Because i think bitcoin is coming from the point. Is that if they come in from..

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"captain picard" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

05:53 min | 11 months ago

"captain picard" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"And we have done everybody don. Why wouldn't you move in. The movers are coming saturday. Four to our two main storage buildings. That's all house stuff. My stuff is gonna get moved into. One of her will be empty spaces. So that way i can process the stuff at the house between keeping or selling and i'm not paying that as much as in storage while i sorted through everything because i think it'll be easier for me to sort through it if not everything's shoved in the basement we can get our house set up. You know. i plan to do the same thing. Since i kept my stuff in our old house which we kept for awhile for like four months i moved is louie. I never got around to doing any of that. It just went from like my old office at that house to the garage here to the basement. Now we bought a storage building half of its there and half of its upstairs. Well part of our don nominees of this whole situation is if we get out from under the storage buildings other than just one for my stuff with what we're paying now see. Our rent here is only four hundred dollars but the storage buildings are about three fifty which is about our mortgage there so we're actually going to be paying about the same but we're giving a three fourths furnished full basement some more bedrooms so we're not really saving money but we're getting more value and more space to live plus is a there's no steps or parents wouldn't have any trouble coming to visit because they're both on oxygen or you when you're older there's that well we we but we know this is not our forever home but it's the next best step for us to have a a a home with enough room to live in your perfect forever home would be like some is linear chip on captain picard desk. I don't know i think i.

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"captain picard" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"captain picard" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"And she's like no she's needs to feel something and then i think when she dies she realizes that actually she loves him and love his watch. I mean that's the only good thing that she remembers from her life and she she never noticed it before but the only thing that ever really felt comfortable and real too was was him and so that becomes her mission to kind of get him back which is sort of ironic because she's not a romantic sort of loving lovable characters. She's kind of awful but she's that's how fatso. Johnny is trying to trying to find him and get him back sich and then love. Thank you trying to most night at dinner. We were trying to write the scene like plots for season two finally seeing together. I worship love unlike curb. His heard this all day but everyone knows by. Now i'm a huge geek. I i can no yeah okay. Good 'cause i will say it all day. Yeah because i. I love pretty much anything. Sci-fi fantasy my first crushes were data and captain picard. That's how much of a geek. I am okay. So i i was a huge game and fan from the gecko and I'd read the book when it came out in two thousand and one and i remember reading. This is amazing. It's so cool. And then it doesn't even occurred to me that fast forward. How many years later. Oh you get to play in that sandbox And so it was also really amazing to hear the brian Was an michael talked about expanding those roles and that neal was a huge part of the process. So you know he signed off on all of this when yeah this is you know. Let's let's play. And and i think one of the first things by said was That yeah originally felt like without expanding that it became a little bit of sausage party. My you gotta love bryan fuller. He plays a perfectly. Yes.

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"captain picard" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"captain picard" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"Scenes Which makes me really titillated me. Say gotta learn more about. I gotta go to these guys and stories next. She totally blows by raker. She saw she goes well. I'm thinking she was okay. Great let's talk then. She sits down she says. Do you know about the commander. Captain picard. ni- now well we're beyond friends or family but it can only be one cap and that look back away something we must let him go only way something him. That is your new chin. He sits crush your calls on my way. Raker takes over then. We get to the fleet toast. there's zoom in big music Everybody stunned key shoe. Tolstoy melbourne reicher. Looks down wow. So that's a sequence. Four forty four zero zero two point three commanders captain's log repairs are complete. Were on our way communications. Cutoff borg interference. Probably worth you gave my respect for your service. But i knew tactical data. You're not ambitious Nevertheless so why you know a considered you for first officer. Thank you.

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"captain picard" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"captain picard" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

"The uniform like I in my mind, I can almost see it like they're being a catalog, right? It's like here. Are Your uniform options and this year when it? It came to came time to order your new uniforms know picard just decided I want trust something different this year, and so yeah I. Like Unit. That was the case I. Guess I could see. Yeah. Why didn't they have no breaker comment? It's like a new, but I mean it's just A. It's just a one little line. Just two freaking. Acknowledge it. You know like like. Nice jacket thanks get myself move on with killing I feeling. That's intentional like we've talked about the. The writers and how how strict they are about their scripts. So I imagine if they wanted to acknowledge that they would have, but I think the point is that they don't want to acknowledge that. It's just like this is part of life. Styles change things change. It's just part of everyday life. We're not not going to comment on it so a part of star. Trek culture that just in this is where I kinda. WanNa lead into the with this conversation part of Star Trek Culture. You might not be aware of is there. Is this tendency or this thing among star? Trek fans among like the extra source material like the novels or you know some technical. Technical manual where they go back to attempt to explain stuff like this and like they're, there'll be another change that comes up here real soon when we start watching deep space nine, where the the color scheme changes all the way around, and they'll end like the explanation later as a will, this is the uniform that used for ships, and here's the uniform that used for bases and then. And it's weird, but that doesn't hold up because there's discrepancies with that in various places. And then. Just other other other things are like hey, when they change when they change a uniform, they don't necessarily put it throughout the entire fleet all at the same time. It's like this ship changes and that, but these others can still be in the back, and that actually is canonized. Later in Star Trek, and and I don't know forever reached on this podcast to be honest with you, but they. It's just. It's fans trying to make sense out of some of the inconsistencies, and honestly it's one of the more I find amusing conversations. Like AKA can. People can get serious about it and you need to. You need to roll back off that a little bit like you know, but I i. do some of the more or fun conversations. I guess so to speak fair enough all right well back to this. We've got something. We've always talked about. What's the jacket which always? Big. Point I wanted to make. But yeah. The the communication is a matter of patience imagination. Right fantastic quote. I don't think I ever would have thought about it like that but it's very very true I. Think and wh when it comes down to I. I it's essentially the crux of this episode. Right and Picard has to his own patients and imagination to the test, but it's it's. It's interesting to see how how it all plays out and. We'll get into because I like I said. I want to see kind of how your take on things to. One Question I. Did have like they kind of explained that the. Explained your way with their tech speak, but. They were able to tell picard off of his ship and like they had one quick line in there like as it was happening. It's like quick. Put Up. You know these shields or blockers or something, so they can't do this thing. But it was already too late like they already did it and I'm like. Why wouldn't you have the up all the time? That should never come down right? We have that like I. Obviously, it's one of those things this episode wouldn't work if the. Fine, but that that was a weird twist to the technology as far having the shields up and stuff. Well. No be. Able to tell him off frame. We've seen that before right? Other people have been able. Tell court now I mean. We saw that we saw that in the Gorn episode way back in the original series when they were able to steal Captain Picard, and there happened yeah, they grabbed the captain, the Gorn ship, and the grab the captain of the enterprise and shot them both down I'm I'm trying to think if this is the first time that we've seen. Somebody taken directly off bridges. That wasn't. Wasn't like Q. and I I feel like we've seen this so far in star trek the next generation once or twice I don't know if you have watched one of those episodes and I'm not thinking of which one it is off the top of my head right now, but it's not something that should happen very often if you can go into some. Oh the board. We've seen this with the board where the board just transport into their bridge, but that's Denver. Take me just take them off. Grabbed him and took him I. Guess What? I agree it's still kind of the same concept but for. Fuels better to have the board just controlling themselves just teleporting themselves, and not the quote, unquote enemy or your opposition, or however you WanNa look at them. It's like as soon as you do that. It's like that feels like that's how every battle Chicago. It's like two ships me. I WANNA to grab the other guys captain you, it's. Like. Instead of capture the flag, it's captured the captain. Right exactly I feel like a lot of battles with go differently. If this technology was used more often than you imagined that game if This is the game you get two ships. pull up next to each other. Yeah, the name of the game is captured the captain. Who Are you? Hi, where are you hiding him? And you know instead of like going over the line into their territory. You gotTA beam over to their ship and try to get out with it before they see you or. Jail and somebody can come jailbreak. You're whatever are part of their technology at like you've you do need to know their location. Right in order to beam them wherever 'cause that's like always bed, and they're saying like well. Okay if I'm going to be new out. You need to get to this point so I can do this but it so yeah I if the captain wasn't on the bridge if they didn't have that visual on, it may have been tougher whatever I will I will say this just for just just for the record since you're talking about the so the rule with you. You the rule of teleporting is you can't do that when you're. Shields are up right so I in order to teleport. You have to drop your shields in order to do that and that's a vulnerability. A lot of times of if we're in, we're in a battle situation. I can't just drop my shields to go. Tell this guy out because that leaves them vulnerable to attack but at the same time they don't fly around with their shields all the time, and and when you and like it's kind of I guess if you approach somebody with your shields up, that's very defensive militaristic posture. Many Times that that that they have and it's like to put her..

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"captain picard" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"captain picard" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

"Didn't do do in the first place but you know in hindsight it's like now that data called him out on it it's like. Nah I feel bad shoot. Should just don't in the first place. I think. Some of that shows that that honestly like no matter how enlightened somebody thinks they are somebody somebody really is they can still fall into the old traps releasing without even realizing you know and and I think data's response and even Captain Picard response like you don't have to turn around and suddenly beat that person up and call them you know have that negate their entire body of work. Yes you know in in in this case for the fight for equality which is really what. Data's fight has been Y- you don't have to do that it just he just made a really silly mistake entering into territory. That's never really been been covered. Now I will tell you this map from a production standpoint or at least really with the cast members they talk about how this particular storyline. They really wish was pulled out of this episode and made its own episode. Yeah like they really felt like it needed to be its own. Its own story. It just fit in with this episode. So well the producers wanted to keep it in but Apparently that was a that was certainly a big point of discussion as to whether or not this is story should have its episode. I think they easily could have made it. Its own episode and and Yeah would've been nice to put a little bit more spotlight on it. Sure just because of the points that they can make with it but like I if really well for what they were doing in this episode for data to bring it up at that point so but to your point. Though it's it's it's we give cards so much credit. For how great of a leader he is and how good he is at his job. But yeah this this is it. This is even the best people make mistakes. Even the best people aren't perfect and like you said instead of starting fight instead of ramming down. Someone's throat like you made a mistake. Look at what they just. Did you know calmly ask why not what happened. What can I do to change the like? That was data's thing it's like if you sincerely don't think I'm ready. Let me know what I need to improve so I can so when that you know the next time comes maybe I can help you. But then cardinal sat there in and I think what a lot of times people don't allow to happen is a card changes his mind right and it's like that's okay. He's learning he's growing. He's fixing his mistake. Oh by the way is also humble enough To allow himself to change his mind. He does he doesn't feel the the pride that goes with. Oh No no I. I've got to protect my reputation and that I was not thinking about this so and I think the biggest part of that that that helps that even is that it was just the two of them private right or is it just so. Yeah that that that decision always becomes that much harder when even who had just been in front of the entire bridge or worse in China in front of the entire ship or all of the federation some Big Meeting. They're having or something being broadcast across zoom to the entire. Yeah it's it's that's probably one of the biggest lessons we get out of this episode right like you said I. It wasn't necessarily message heavy episode. But this this this message could have been an episode so there you go on Kronos. It's a bar fight on the way. It's a celebration. There's lots of drinking and lots of fighting. Hey wait a minute. These are the crews of the two ships that were just fighting outerspace. Oh maybe it's a bar fight after all doesn't really matter. Capital city is neutral ground. Wharf is worried about the ship and the battle. Kern is just wanting to drink the night away watching alerts but a watching ler and bay tore note just how different workers from his brother. A seem to have a plan for him. Yeah this is weird. I immediately got the okay. This is like the Klingon version ten forward like at first. I thought it was still like on a ship and I didn't even catch right away. That Gad their enemies here until like got into some of the conversations that are like wait. What how does that work when I think back to like the American Civil War right I? I don't think we had the balloon the gray sitting down in your bar together at the end of the day and say hey. Let's let's have a drink and then get back at it tomorrow like no. I.

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"captain picard" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"captain picard" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

"I mean it's fantastic. The I guess it's not quite as much surprise at this point when like I said a C. Same say's true colors shining here but usually when when war father is brought up and and his combination and stuff. It's usually the other klingons. Rub It in his face right so. I didn't expect to see that here from the federation side but at this point I mean okay. Yeah she's still on the federation side. I guess she wants to protect the federation but it just feels weird to to see that coming from from decide as well or fest taken from everybody concerts. Yeah I'm GonNa leave that particular one right there for now but I do. WanNa talk about some of these lines that are written specifically for this show. Matt we brought up one to just a few minutes ago. what what is it you? You quoted it back to me the path from the road. Legitimate suspicion to rampant paranoia is much shorter than we think. Yeah a line written not pulled from anywhere else written directly for the show but then we add to that. I I mean this. This is poetic with the first link. Chain has forged the first speech censored the first stop for the first freedom denied change us all irrevocably and then the first time any man's freedom has trodden upon. We are all damaged. I mean those are those are just heavy hitting statements like Eshelman stone on a wall somewhere you know honestly I mean it's almost sounds like it could be shakespeare if he lived in the twentieth century. Yeah that's a good point. Good point it really makes you wonder if this isn't from somewhere else or or some version of it. You know maybe modified a little bit well and that's what I'm saying like a a lot of Shakespeare. It was just well we. We do have in English if feels like a different language Right right and so. That's that's what I'm getting at is like if you modernize if Shakespeare use the language of the Twentieth Century Right. I'm thinking maybe he might sound a little bit like this right. Yeah and here we have here. We have star Trek showing US ourselves. And how we ourselves live and I go back to the words at the honestly it started i. It was in a very first episode. The one we did in balance of terror No I'm sorry the corporate maneuver where Captain Kirk Declares as you know there are there are about to leave a guy who's been threatening with his ship damaging my blow up. It's time to let our high sounding urged CPR high-sounding words have any meaning or to live by our husband. Whatever whatever the exact phrases but it's yeah. I remember that phrase with high-sounding Words. Odd Phrase Right. It's it's worded so weirdly but it's that basic idea like we have all these ideals it's time to see if we actually can live by them. Sir and be who we say. We're going to be in this. That's what this is to me like. Can We be who we say? We're going to be As a society as a culture and where we are and we also forgive when people you know. Stray from that for a little bit. Warf comes to see. Captain Picard in the conference room for a little private chat orphaned farms picard. That Admiral Henry has called an end to all the hearings on this matter and Saudi his widely left the ship a card waxes fee Waxes philosophical. You think we've come so far from the witch trials but someone will always be around with for the right climate in which to flourish. I would have said Fester to spread fear and the name of righteousness wharfs still can't believe that he got caught up in it. All card comforts him constant vigilance. And that's the price we have to continually pay and this episode. Matt is why we continue to say the whole world needs to sit down together and watch star trek the end he added. Well Matt's that's the episode. Buddy that is that is the episode. I'll give you a chance for any final thoughts before we get out of here. I think I'm pretty good. They said it got kind of heavy. So I'm I'm happy to leave it there. All right constant vigilance. Everyone take a drink. I I have one more thing. I do want to say A couple of weeks ago. I was watching a documentary about the first season of the television. Show Picard not the character. There's an actual show now called card. Yup Anyway it's one where Patrick Stewart himself was being interviewed. Now keep in mind. It's been twenty years for him. Since he put on the starfleet uniform and sat in the captain's chair by that I mean Patrick Stewart not character actually true the characters well anyway up until recently star Trek spin off the air for over a decade and Patrick Stewart was reflecting and he said this Patrick Stewart himself said the world needs star Trek. And you know I got. I got so excited. Because that's why we do this show you know. And that's one of our mantras here at the podcast. This is why I am truly passionate about introducing people to Star Trek. Not just because I'm a fan of the show and believe me I am but because I really believe that the World Needs Star Trek and this episode is one among many but this episode in particular is one that always flits through my mind whenever I hear this phrase or think about the idea that the world needs star Trek and even when I personally say this is the episode. That sort of flits through my mind because of the ground that we just kind of walk through So I'll say it one more time at the World Needs Star Trek and this episode is why it's a perfect example of why Sir with that. We'll leave this episode in the Rear View Mirror amount. Would you like to know what our next episode is? That would be good to know. We are doing an episode called Half Life. It's actually the very next episode so that also means that there is no extra viewing for you to worry about for this week. But half a life Maybe a few surprises in on that. But I'm not gonNA give you any hints. We'll see what you think about this. So this particular episode next week especially coming off the DRUMHEAD. I'm very interested to talk to you about that Bat With that man. That's GonNa do it for us for this week. Here at beating me up pod so hey friends out there. What did you guys think about this episode but.

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"captain picard" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"captain picard" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"Cat We'll tell the story of how you made. Contact with Ryan Van Wick. It's pretty easy the easiest one I ever landed. I made a comment on a Youtube video that had comments open. He answered back Left right left and I got a he. I gave him my number and we He called us. That was that was it boom done boomed on you want it asks for it might happen. There's one here about watches which I normally would answer. But they call me Andy boy and I WANNA WANNA hurt them. You hate that. Yeah all right. I was pretty and watches for a minute. Do you of a recommendation for a reasonable looking. Watch it's under two hundred dollars. Nothing flashy you know Casio g shock. J. Crew had a line of watches called like machine. Pick car or something like that. Like Picard Captain Picard. Look it up. I have the krona graph that I think it was more. I think I got his Gab. Was working there. I think I got the discount for like two hundred bucks thing was more like four or five but you probably get it for used cheaper now. I have really nice watches early. Respectively Nice watches now and still. That's the one that gets the most compliments like I wear. I've got I've got a rolex. I've got a Paneriai. The guy like a decent watch collection and yet still when I wear like this little fucking courts battery powered concurrent hadn't political. What do you got there? So full of old Casio's and Shit. Great I. Here's more of a statement than a question. I was a gun nut before listening overnight. Dr Rau I'm writing. Oj OJ Simpson Fan fiction. So thank you. That's cool as you lead to fucking cool life. We salute you. I was watching stripes. Today was mud wrestling really a thing. A thing that one could pay money and do absolutely absolutely mud restrooms bench and that and foxy boxing boxing. Boxing fantastic mud-wrestling on foxy boxing. We're like really that mud wrestling foxy boxing and stand up comedy with three total ploys to get people to come to bars in the eighties and yet none of which are very exciting but I think foxy boxing was the best because it'd be like here goes candy. Strippers with boxing gloves. On and then a top would come down and it'll be like you very cool times and there's a lot of foxy boxing clips on Youtube in their awesome. It's kind of sad thing about this feed as ago. There's that show on Netflix. Glow and it makes me sad to think that there's probably a lot of people walking around that don't understand that glow wasn't actual thing that really happens and I know it's like inspired by the whole idea but like glow was fucking fascinating very interesting. Real Shit I need a raise at work help. I wanted to ask Joe. This is summer being a pirate man to SCO foot in wash. Pop goes swashbuckling by cabin here X. Amount I did this. I did this. I know things are weird right now but Some cash but having offering your back pocket just in case you need leverage leverage game definitely. Why does Patrick like sucking off billionaires so much? I don't know I have an idea. That's how he makes money. Yeah of course it's all I got in here so I got here all right. Perfect cool really on a wavelength. Oh I didn't play old commercials Vocational Commercial Angel.

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"captain picard" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"captain picard" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast

"Like I mean I guess this being Space Sci fi aliens aliens he doesn't know how all species work in this department at. No no okay. If you haven't remembered it yet got you have to remember that that Reicher and troy were thing. Yes and there's there's still you know they're still emotions there between the two of them as much as they the as much as they're they're not a thing they kind of our thing at the same time and you know it's very open and he's like excuse me what's because he very much knows how how even will Betas you know but but but that's the thing once once. He looked like he had the medical information. Sure from the doctor that you know this seems to be happening very rapidly. So if he knows how humans were Aquino's how how how Betas always work work like the only reason I can think for him to actually ask. That question is to think that this is another alien race that you know just as relief life very very quickly sure but also his his his ex girl anyway is apparently had a relationship with somebody that has gone completely. Unnoticed noticed by him. You know. It's only eleven hours. Well he doesn't know he does he does he does he. Does you're right but you know I don't know I I find the funny in you know here. Here's his ex girlfriend and he's like and who is the father no seriously like what is going on with you. Uh You know our relationship. I have a little bit of leeway to say something here for the sake of the show. I knew the question had to be asked sure but I at the same time thinking logically about like. That's not the question you should be asking unless they were actually going to give me another answer but we we. We had Kinda seen as the audience seen what happened so I knew we weren't getting get a better answer right right well. And here's the point where they're actually explaining what we saw just in case you missed it so matt. That's fair that's fair so turns out it's an alien life form it's a presence. deandre describes it as that sort of does the whole immaculate conception thing with the Anna China. We don't know why it's doing this so while all the men are talking about what to do with the end baby. She makes her own decision. You can decide whatever you WANNA do. But I'm keepin been this baby ending the discussion. Yes I okay. Now I don't know about you but I I want to interact with the scene because I found it very very poignant especially in today's Day and age and I don't know how this was received back in nineteen eighty eight eighty nine when this episode I debuted but literally what we have and it's not all just the men but it's it's a lot of men and then Doctor Pulaski. They're all having a conversation about what to do with the Anna and her baby but they're not talking to Deanna about what he wants to do with her baby. Maybe and I get it for dramatic purposes and you got different. People on different sides with different viewpoints in wharf is very much terminate the pregnancy. And you know some people are going. Well we gotta look. We've got to study it. We've got to their characters very were and they and they were each representing different points of view view. Right like I in very so can i. Don't WANNA get into a debate on abortion or not abortion or those things. I don't think the show was trying to go there as much as what I do think the show is trying to say in this moment was give Deanna a moment. Where hey you guys can have this conversation? But I'm going to assert my own agency over my body and my I I guess her own reproductive system and this is her choice and I loved it. Captain Picard just kind of almost comes to his senses when the Anna says that and just kind of goes okay okay end of discussion..

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"captain picard" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"captain picard" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Yeah the county interview on Sunday and it was off your claim was that they couldn't on he had to depend on his underlings back in April we were told that bark at the depend on that you had to know exactly what was going on with every part of the investigation why wasn't home involved in mass ignore it when it's in its favor all I see what you're saying that you even call me gets away with say well I might've been doing some things I want aware of an end but bar was not granted the same Lana soon is that what exactly he would know everything that was going on had his hands in everything but tell me there's a closer Lee knew nothing about what was going on except what he heard the news what are you gonna be June dishes here James call me has not been honest since this all began and he's also burdened with captain Picard wrote a book well now he's the only guy with honor he's saving American he's Mister snowball patriot he alone is saving America from this dastardly trump and I think he believes it I have all this these days is good but it is not an option that's why you turn on.

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"captain picard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"captain picard" Discussed on AP News

"Hundreds of climate change protesters are being charged in the U. K. A. B. correspondence area Shaklee reports it'll take weeks to process them all to court rooms are being set aside for one day each week for nineteen weeks to deal with extension of rebellion defendants who range in age from twenty to seventy six the Metropolitan Police are pushing for the one thousand one of fifty one people arrested two faces charges of demonstrations what parts of central London to a standstill in April many of the cases involving alleged failure to comply with the please order to remain an allocated area to minimize disruption Syria shockingly London a Russian proton M. rocket successfully delivered a cutting edge space telescope into orbit Saturday after days of a launch delays if all goes well the telescope will arrive at its designated position in three months becoming the first Russian spacecraft to operate beyond earth's orbit since the Soviet era the telescope aims to conduct a complete X. ray survey of the sky by twenty twenty five the first space telescope to do it he'll be back as Indiana Jones Harrison Ford leads today's birth they round up and says he's looking forward to the fifth in the film I will start on as soon as were happy with the script writing about for non access Hollywood he seventy seven on Saturday star trek's beloved captain Picard returns in a new series starring Patrick Stewart it's exactly nineteen years in the future which was how time has passed since the last time I put on my space sort of the Graham Norton show he seventy nine on Saturday and comedic actress Jane Lynch recently showed off her hidden talent on extra speaking the made up language I'll be W. there was a show called zoom on PBS in the seventies and early eighties and you put it up sound before each vowel so it's like how my province mopping up and I was jumping she's fifty nine on Sunday and that's our birthday round up for this weekend July thirteenth and fourteenth.

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"captain picard" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"captain picard" Discussed on AP News

"The card cable Florida run forty percent alcohol by volume we'll be back as Indiana Jones Harrison Ford leads today's birth they round up and says he's looking forward to the fifth in the film I will start on as soon as were happy with the script writing about for non access Hollywood he seventy seven on Saturday star trek's beloved captain Picard returns in a new series starring Patrick Stewart it's exactly nineteen years in the future which was how time has passed since the last time I put on my space sort of the Graham Norton show he seventy nine on Saturday and comedic actress Jane Lynch recently showed off her hidden talent on extra speaking the made up language I'll be doubly there was a show called zoom on PBS in the seventies and early eighties and you put it up sound before each vowel so it's like how my province moving up and I was jumping she's fifty nine on Sunday and that's our birthday round up for this weekend July thirteenth and fourteenth I'm Bob Kessler is already facing sex abuse charges in Illinois and there is a peace arena Foley reports singer R. Kelly is now facing new federal charges here's what the indictment alleges R. Kelly had sex with girls under eighteen without revealing that he had a sexually transmitted disease he has bodyguards managers and other assistance hick Dow women and girls at concerts and other venues and arranged for them to be with Kelly they also set rules the women and girls had to follow including not leaving their rooms without his permission calling him Daddy and not looking at other men Kelly was arrested Thursday night in Chicago I read a folly severe turbulence leaves nearly forty passengers heard on an Air Canada flight a piece that check you quit reports pilots were forced to make an emergency landing in Hawaii passengers are describing a sudden drop and then seeing people on the ceiling of the plane an Australian man flying home says his wife was injured he says anyone not wearing a seat belt hit the roof and describes a lot of blood everywhere in the cabin the Air Canada flight from Vancouver to Sydney had to make an emergency landing in Honolulu where EMS chief dean that Cano's team met the plane where several patients with neck and back injuries someone lacerations to the head some head injuries one passenger says the pilot got on the radio and said they didn't see the turbulence on radar and had no warning this was going to happen I'm Jackie.

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'Star Trek: Picard' drops first teaser trailer with Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard

Toby and Chilli

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

'Star Trek: Picard' drops first teaser trailer with Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard

"Star Trek is back with a new series CBS all access released a trailer yesterday for Star Trek Picard, which brings back Patrick Stewart to the role of starship captain, Jean Luc, Picard, the new show is going to pick up fifteen years after the movie Star Trek nemesis, which was Stewart's last appearance, as captain Picard still don't know the premier date for that new

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"captain picard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"captain picard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Cowboys Montana. That's about fly fishers. You don't watch. I've given my answer on done tall. So Robert, Redford, Robert, Robert, Redford. Gimme Daniel stern. Oh, that's good. He's the guy that did the wonder years. Yeah. That was that's a good choice. Aykroyd for Dave. I was actually going to start from the one Acura is a better choice for day. Yeah. Okay. Good. All right. Tom Hanks, Tom Hanks. Oh, that's good. Liam may Saul. Hey what Liam Nason? He has a particular set of skills. Yes. Have you guys gonna take Liam Nason before I could get to him? I was going to go with the guy that played captain Picard. What's his name? Oh make. It's stewart. But I'm gonna go with what about Charlie Sheen for early Bonetti. Accurate. Last question before we turn it over to Paul miles in the newsroom, real quick. If a style came back like if styles came back in like, what style would you refuse to where if it actually came back in stock bell-bottoms Jean shorts? I was gonna say bell-bottoms, but the Jean shorts is pretty. Cool jeans shorts or back in style. Lineal to wear shorts doing it. Where would you wear the loose ones? Or no, there's no gene shorts that look good. Stop. It. Do the loose ones. The tight one with the little lip turned up at the end and everything I got I got a picture of me and.

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"captain picard" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

13:39 min | 3 years ago

"captain picard" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Welcome to the show. This is Red Eye Radio. Hello and welcome. He's Gary McNamara. I'm Eric Harley as we slide into a birthday, Gary good morning. How are you? I'm doing really good. We got a great show ahead. What independents thought of a state of the union address, the democrat women in white aren't they transphobic by the definition that we get from the Democrats and the left we'll get to that coming up here in a little bit. Who fact checks the fact checkers the new green deal may back off on some of the green in order to get sent for support. They're going to back off in the green. But they're going to fudge the math. Oh, yeah. That's what they plan on doing. So we'll get to that the pay what you want restaurant experiment. There. There was a subsidiary of Panera bread where they had the like five restaurants across the country that was pay. What you want their great experiment after nine years is finally gone. Never made a profit in any of the stories they they were making like fifty to sixty cents on a dollar, right? People wracking their own own self interest people act in their own self interests. And that's the whole point. And a has has some of the review said wanna have a dollar menu. Like McDonalds just have, you know, be in the competitive market place. But the fact is you have to set prices, right? Yeah. And we always were things should just be there. There should be the remember the whole Star Trek thing you, and I we just we get the biggest kick out of it. We don't have currency anymore. Remember, then in Star Trek, they thought we have gone beyond having currency. That'll never happen ever know can't well because if you can't have value if no one gets paid, you don't have currency, then there can be no ranks, right? That's the other point to as you pointed out there can't be whether it Star Trek or whether it's the Democrats in the house there can't be a number two in a number one. Right. Because if you cannot determine. Someone's value because that's the idea behind it. It's really not about the money. But what value that they bring based on your experience in their training in their schooling? And all of that, then all the effort that you put in to to, you know, becoming a captain Picard or whoever it was going to be. Is all for not because you there is no value there who's to say that he's more valuable in that position than Spock or await. He was on the other one are whoever number number one. By the way, you call them number one number one actually was number two. You're right. Yeah. He kept calling him number. Do your name naming. They've got they've got that. Matt. And we'll talk about also coming up on the show how the die lithium crystals were not carbon neutral. And by the way. All of the Star Trek gigs. Please don't send me an Email because he's the first mate or whatever don't know. Hyping? By the way, this goes back. I don't know when we did it what twelve thirteen years ago, and we went through the whole Star Trek. I don't know how we started on it one night. And we went through everything that was false on Star Trek that was that that could never happen now the communicators. Yeah, I mean, the communicators eventually became what we have today, but they were flip phones. Yeah. By the way, quite permit him to what we have today. So here's my question and get on the whole flip phone thing. I've always wondered this. It's probably out there. If only there were a way to search and find the answer. As I sit here in front of four different computers and and a phone. If if not if not for the communicators on Star Trek. Would there have been flip phones? I mean, I know there would have been phones. But remember they started as bricks our phones there were huge. Yes. I watched the movie heat the other night with or the other day with Al Pacino and Robert de Niro and Val Kilmer. And and and the Pacino's character is is has a huge brick phone. And so it was like, and I I thought to myself why is everybody on a landline? Oh, that's right. That's how old this movie is. But you know, I thought to myself man, how did we ever do that? I mean that was the most impractical thing ever, but a huge brick and this is the one back in the late eighties early nineties. Remember, remember when on Miami vice? Yeah, they had they had they had like the it was almost like you had the radio in the infant. That's exactly where I was going. It was the big you had to have the bag, right? And it was you know, the big antenna and everything else. But eventually we got to flip phones, and I just thought to myself. All right. Somebody's a Star Trek fan here. They have to be I had one of those. I flip phones. And I had one I still have mine. I still have my very first phone the why don't use it. I didn't I didn't actually didn't purchase. It. I got it from the radio station that I worked for. They gave me they gave me that. That's one radio station said, you know, something we want you all the time, you know, at at different sponsors doing things. But we don't want to send an engineer out there with you. Remember they used to have Marquez, right, right? Where you used to go out? And you used to have a used to have a, you know, this this this basically a box with an antenna, right? It would shoot if you were then at ten mile radius of your of your radio station, you could shoot it back to the radio station. And so you could do live broadcasts. It was the Marta system which was created about fifty miles from here. Yeah. Yeah. Because I've ever been to the mardi headquarters before this is back in the eighties. And so they're like, oh, we got to send an engineer. This way, we can just send some promotion people, and you can go out there with this flip phone, right? And you can go and you can do the brakes. Right from there. You know, when you know doing the live. Hey, we're out here at the supermarket. Come on. We got free stuff. Right. Right. Right. And and so that was action t shirts caps in and and and t shirts stickers, the the NFL cheerleaders at that time. You know would come out all the time the latest Milly vanilla CD. This is actually post Milly vanilla this new you. Ninety four. I think where I got the first cell phone. I got my first cellphone in ninety seven okay. And I can still I when I when I got my first cell phone. Was unbelievable. It was like. Wow. Yeah. I mean, it was it. And think about that that was. Roughly twenty five years ago. Well in ninety one. I was promotions director and on air at a small radio station, and they gave us the mobile phones. Actually, I think it was a trade deal with a company a local company, but they put a mobile phone in your car. Now, they had to anchor this thing as sensually was it was a. It was a landline for your car is what it was really. It was a mobile phone, and they anchored it into the floorboard. So of course, when I left the radio station, they took the phone back a while. And I've got these holes in my four board. But. Yeah. That was it was. I remember getting that that that first one thinking because you have to flip it you'd have to flip it up. And it wasn't the small flip phone. It wasn't the bigger was the one that was really sort of the size of the communicator on the smaller flip phones. You know, the came about around ninety nine or two thousand you know, they're doing the folding smartphones. They're coming next. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The the Samsung note, they're not know. But the Samsung ten right? Yeah. I don't you know for me. I I don't want that. I I don't want the first one. And I also don't want to folded up that seems a bit bulky. Yeah. The same with me. And and I've got the note nine. Yeah. And it's like, okay. This thing. I I don't know. And this is what's really, I think great about the whole thing. Because there's always. Anticipation. I've had this now about three months like what's ever going to replace this? Well, it's ever going to replace. And and obviously they're gonna have to perfect it or otherwise it won't succeed. But my theory is the more moving parts, you know, the worst not the better, but the worst you don't want more moving parts, but. If they're getting eventually into like folding out additional screen room. Right. Where you would have we do could expand your screen and fold that out that that could be very appealing again. They're going to have to perfect that the only reason I don't want it. I don't want it right away because of all the bugs they're going to have to work out. Yeah. And it's just a bulky. I mean, the no nine about as bulky as wanna get in again because the cost of it the protector that I had people looking to go that's a huge phone. I know it's the protectors like double walled. I this is one of them. We were they I think they show you can throw it against the wall. Yeah. Right. It was I'm not going to do that, by the way. But the the screen the screen is big enough. I mean, it's it's not technically a smartphone. It's the fabric because it has the little, you know, it's got the. What do you call it? You just pull it out. And you have the stylist stylus. Yeah. Thank you. And you can take you got the remote control on the stylish. You can take the phone and set it somewhere and take pictures with your stylus. So there's a little battery in the stylist. So it's just. It's it's a the a cool phone, the the the the clarity of the screen is just. You know, is is unbelievable. So it's like where where would I go from? Where would I go from this? And it does it does everything that my computer does. And I do ninety five percent of all of my work on that phone. You know, there has been a lot of of back and forth with the the the financial blogs and websites and channels the tech blogs and websites about where does or does apple go next. The I saw the the the person I forget her name, but who's in charge of their essentially, they're all their retail operations is going to be leaving the company here and a couple of months, and that has to do I'm sure with the the underperformance, but what they're facing is is, you know, we talked about it a thousand dollars for a phone or even even six or seven hundred dollars for a phone. You know, that's not practical for. You know, a family that has a couple of teenagers two or three teenagers at one time. And you're, you know, you're going to need they're gonna need a phone every couple of or they're going to want a phone every couple of years and all that. In china? They have a lot of the, you know, the the less expensive models and globally. There's a lot less expensive models in the US. If you if you look around you don't have to look too far actually at the fine the cheaper models of smartphones. Now, they're not going to do what the guy from does. There's proprietary things and items and features that are going to apply to an iphone. But the question is, where's the value? Right. And that that has a lot of people wondering is can apple make the iphone cheaper. And and and what would it look like if they did? And the value for me is efficiency that gives to my life. At work. But the other thing is too. I've got I've got the the the best stereo bluetooth speakers out there, you put it in a room. And it sounds like a component system from forty years ago. Yeah. With the big receiver in the speaker. You cannot tell the difference. If you just if you don't know the speakers are there, you can't. Well, all my music is on here. I've got the software which is a mixing board. I it's got every type of control from compression to limiter to equalizer. You can do whatever you want my whole component stereo system that I had in the seventies and even in through the eighties this replaces, right? Yeah. And what was that? If you take all of those components back, then that would have been six seven hundred dollars back in the seventies race. That's what it would have cost you. It's also a TV. It gets me everything that I that. I want all my the channels because of my satellite TV, all my channels come on here. I can watch anywhere. And it's a complete computer is. Got all the office software. It has everything you get your Email. Your you think about it?.

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"captain picard" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"captain picard" Discussed on Upgrade

"Luna display and squarespace. My name is Mike Kelly, and I am joined by Mr. Jason snow. Hi, Jason snow how Mike Hurley how is Seattle Washington. I am. Yes. I'm in a hotel room in Seattle. Having just attended the second pod con. It was wonderful. I really like Seattle. I like that. We're kind of like that. We're on the same time zone. I don't like recording at nine in the morning. But here we are anyway, welcome to my world. It's nine AM Pacific on. It's not Mondays Tuesdays recording this because I had some travel for the holiday weekend in the US. And so we pushed the release back day. But yes, this is what it's like for me nine AM podcasts is what I do. Like, nobody cares about this. Jason we have a smell question for Mark today. Marc asks Jason if you were stationed on the USS enterprise, that's the Star Trek thing if you what is issue. Would you want to hold and which enterprise would you want to be on? So this is a tricky question because is sort of like, I I would like to minimize my my chance of of having to put on a red shirt and then being killed by an alien. So the what I want to say is like I wanna be the cruise director on captain Picard 's enterprise, the enterprise d because is that a job, you know, basically like it's like a big cruise ship, right? No threat. Oh, okay. Yes. Hanging out like one vote or selling on the entertainment. Yeah. That's right. I do some, you know, I I I take reservations for the holiday stuff like that. I a fund the fund answer would be I'm going to be the navigator on caffeine kirks enterprise because there were lots of them over time. Because you know, check wasn't there in the first season. And all that that seems like a fun job. There's lots of buttons and switches to flip and you get to like go, you know, warp factor eight, and, you know, steers heart about and all of that kind of stuff, and that would be fun. So that's my that's my fantasy answer. But my real answer is what would be the safest place from to be on the starship enterprise. Yeah. And I think I would be very well equipped to do any of that stuff. Like, if I like, the idea of cruise director does seem like a fun thing. Do they have podcast on Star Trek spaceships? I mean, technically, I think we would be in the communications department, right? Have to open the hailing frequencies and stuff like that. And we'd say. Lieutenant Hurley of contact the Klingon ship and you go put Hello klingons. Wow. Did you like to hear a podcast? I feel like I have a pretty high rank 'cause Lieutenant on just for that. That seems like a great deal. Thank you Mark for sending in that suggestion if you would like to send in a question to help US Open a future episode of upgrade to send in a tweet with the hash tag, snow talk couple of items of follow up. So last week. We were talking about the potential for the iphone to get three cameras and one of the things we were talking about was the proposed mock-up based upon information, you know, in in quotation marks from an account, which recount at on leaks. Seems to have had some interesting stuff in the past. They posted a different prototype based more information of the three camera setup. Now, we spoke about the idea, maybe they were going to do that weird square with the cameras all different places. Maybe there's some benefit to that this this this different. Prototype. This like has the three cameras in a horizontal orientation in the middle of the back of the phone, but it looks very much like the current kind of design with just like the the oval with the cameras inside. Now, this feels way more to me like something apple would do visually. But again, I don't know how it helps by having the three cameras in that exact arrangement..

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