36 Burst results for "Carney"

Fresh update on "carney" discussed on Farm To Table Talk

Farm To Table Talk

01:27 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "carney" discussed on Farm To Table Talk

"Right. You know you know a carney. Khuda tartu fata cured egg capers. It because i want something to be left to the imagination and you know. I also think that part of the the theater of restaurants is the mystery and yet obviously if someone has a question about where a product source my staff. is very very knowledgeable. You know had a lot of times. You know the farms change. You know we just you know. At the end of the season. Twin peaks ended their peaches and we moved off to a to another farm. That was a little bit less local. So i try and keep lists in the in the kitchen of year. Are the big picture local firms that we're using but i think for the most part that's an opportunity for my waitstaff for my front of house staff to interact with the gas or i have some of the most well trained service staff anywhere. They are incredibly knowledgeable about the wine. Incredibly knowledgeable about all of the products and we go through extensive training to keep them informed. So you know and then we also are on our website. We do farm partners and we do different links to different places that we share with But when people come into laura. I really just want them to relax. Want them to forget about the world and and and just enjoy will no i. I wasn't being critical at all because it just is a choice because this Some do they identify certain. You know restaurants arming farms in particular. Some some don't and i think that you've got I ask some questions of your of your team. And they all had great answers and so they're they're well trained in that in that whole area as well but one thing that makes me think we seem to. We're heading into a time where there's going to be more and more about regenerative farming particularly as it relates to climate change. I'm wondering if that has an amputation. For you as a restaurant operator when there's more concerns about whether whether the food is also produced regenerative -ly i absolutely sustainability is a huge part of why i buy local as much as possible and when i when i shop for things Internationally i like to go like. I went and visited too long in piedmontese. And i wanted to talk with the owners about sustainability and and how they're planting trees to grow truffles and how they're inoculating most trees the truffles for and understanding the environmental impacts of truffle harvesting and understanding the carbon footprint of that whole process. You know The parmesan reggiano. That i'm going to be bringing. They grow the barley m the and the wheat to feed the cattle that they raise to make the cheese in the same location and so yes climate change. I think several things are going to happen. One is what we thought we knew about..

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The Fear Mongering Seen Today by Biden and the Media Over COVID

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last month

The Fear Mongering Seen Today by Biden and the Media Over COVID

"With Fox and I went on a network and I'm going to say where. But I remember doing a segment on He bother Ebola virus. Remember Ebola when we had a case that was in Texas, right, Jim that the Ebola case was, Yeah, I was in Texas. And I specifically remember one of the bookers at the network saying, Hey, listen, You know it was if I needed to be told this, but they were like, you know, let's stay calm. Let's see if I was going to go on the air. Everyone's gonna die like I don't do. That's not my bag of donuts, you know? But I remember that that was, but they even scolded and chastised Joe Biden when Joe Biden remember was at the outbreak of Was it H one n one. Or remember that where Joe Biden went and said, Don't fly on planes. It's recycled there And then, Um, Obama's press secretary, Jay Carney, comes out here. Then they actually made him look like it is there like, please don't listen to the vice president. He's a moron, all right. They didn't say that. Exactly. But trust me, that's exactly what they were saying. No, I'm serious. I know this is hard to digest now, because you're like, Wait. Now it's completely different. Biden and everybody else Where a mask. Fauci panic all the time. The media we gotta panic. Everybody is dying, right? You can't even remember a time with Ebola and H one n one and even HIV back in the eighties, I was alive for that. So it's Jim. So it was Mike. I remember that was a virus with a 100% fatality rate back then. One of everybody who got it essentially died. Coronavirus for healthy young people has like a 1 to 2% tops for younger folks. Fatality rate HIV had a 100% fatality rate. And in the beginning, nobody knew how it was spread. It took a while for them to figure it out. It was sexually transmitted And folks even back then the panic wasn't like it is now. Think about that at 100% fatality rate. I remember

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Why ARiMA Is Not Sufficient

Data Skeptic

01:50 min | Last month

Why ARiMA Is Not Sufficient

"Name is chung show carney associated professor and the southwest johnson university in trump province in china. And can you tell me a little bit about your specific research areas. What do you study my research areas. Congress daytime my machine learning and data analytics gender most specifically focused on forecasting demand focusing in retail and time series focused sich of sees. So the main pay for. I asked you on to discuss. Today is wire arena and serena or s arema not sufficient. You'd mentioned you have a good background in machine learning. I don't necessarily think of a reema as a machine learning technique. How do these two areas fit together in your mind. Actually because the site focused teams all problems and can be served by machinery and when the approached this focusing problem with fines and attorney time service models are very important solutions to forecast team problems. Other side focused is very important in today's areas because you're low many many data so always Focused in problem. We find penser is very important and we also find iron man. Sarah map and armagh. Those are very classic. Run divided news time service motives and when we do couldn't this i remind saruman model. We're fans than actually the classical extre nation or classical. Modern for iran. serena is northern sufficient sarichichekli. Either way actually approach. I remember sarim from elisa angle which is spectral lenzi's digital delivery and in your system theory so we use elisa angle to do countries a romance. I remember motive defines onto loads dench a sufficient from the rich porno view. So this is the whole ground

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Apparently, If You're Unvaccinated, You WILL Get Sick

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Apparently, If You're Unvaccinated, You WILL Get Sick

"I think dr voucher held a briefing over the weekend that the virus does not touch sophisticated. Democrats the virus only gets floridians. The ruben that like ron disentis. That's been the virus touches. Actually said that on cnn. I know that'll shock you. That it was cnn or new york times reporter her name. Is annie something. But i think her name to be karen karen carney. We're going to call. her name. is annie kearney. She's a reporter. She's actually the white house correspondent. She's a very big deal at the new york times and she did some reporting. She's he didn't some journalism journalism along. Martha's vineyard you see because it seems a little strange. I want to ask my progressive friends. You're so worried about masks and mandates and forcing teachers to get vaccinated hired somebody on the radio this morning. Driving into work say well of course the teachers need to be vaccinated if they don't get vaccinated they're going to get sick with cova so now we're being told that if you're unvaccinated you will get sick. You will get sick. It's a foregone conclusion. I didn't know that that was news to me. I guess that was more important. Non misinformation non-vaccinated teachers are going to get covert unless perhaps your sophisticated.

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Nick Cannon Defends Having 4 Babies in 1 Year: "No Accident!"

Daily Pop

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Nick Cannon Defends Having 4 Babies in 1 Year: "No Accident!"

"Cannon says his seven kids are no accident and he totally meant to have four babies this year. So that's normal. Justin is out enjoying his vacation. But thankfully i have two amazing host joining me today. Carney wilson is back here. I star bobby. Burke is here joining them. It's going to be good show. It'd be great going to be a great show it has to be great because justin's on here and you gonna watch make sure i did a good job so we have to stop high jared. Let's jump right into this. Nick cannon situation you buys he's got some words for his haters. Then lord knows you'll come in. I'm like a seahorse out here on procreate and if you had to give me one piece of advice what would it be these kids on purpose. Okay so if you haven't how purpose chosen could have got pregnant. I did it happened. Because he wasn't those opposed to give more like a

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Timescale: Time Series Databases With Mike Freedman

Software Engineering Daily

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Timescale: Time Series Databases With Mike Freedman

"Mike. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. You started timescale in around twenty fourteen. And i wanna get a sense for why. Twenty fourteen was a time when a new category of database needed to be created. Because this was around the same time other time series databases also created. Yes so we originally created time scale really from our own need around that time. Twenty two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen. My co-founder ni- jaekle carney. Who we go back many years. We kind of recent up and we we started thinking about. It was kind of a good time for both of us to think of what the next challenges are that we want to tackle and it seemed to us that there was this emerging trend of people talk about the digitisation were digital transformation. And i it feels like a somewhat of analyst. Turn but i think it's it's really responsive of what's happening in that if you think about the large big. It revolution it was about changing the back office. You know what was it used to be on. Paper was now in computers and what we saw was somewhat the same thing happened to basically every industry from heavy industry to shipping logistics to manufacturing both discrete and continuous and home. Not and so sometimes this gets blurred under iot kind of also think about it. More broadly as operational technology those which are not not necessarily bits but adams and a big part of that was actually collecting data of what those systems were doing. So it's about sensors and data and and and whatnot and so when we initially looked at this problem we were thinking about a type of data platform. We would want to build to make it easy to collect and store and analyze that type of data.

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"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

07:52 min | 4 months ago

"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"On your that was able to in that game but yeah no that's crazy cheese. It's amazing that people are willing to go to these lengths consumer point. Oh boy i did this. I will say overall like my. My big thing is that this did make me wanna play like a an arcade shooter because man that is such a fun experience that you can't really even with a good like and at home. You can't really replicate so many time crisis cabinet or something. When our kids are opened again they i wanna fucking ended up. I got my girlfriend to say that if we ever buy a house that i'm allowed to have an arcade in it and i felt like such victory like i am. I am already mentally planning it and definitely going to have a light get like gun game in that. I mean you have to go for one of those main cabinets where you can have multiple gains or would you rather have a purist one single game. Well i think that the the answer to that is that there will be multiple cabinets. I think having a mame cabinet where you can select your games. That's you know that's great. That's golden but how i mean like i'm gonna wanna sit down racing game whether that's hang on or virtual racer or whatever and i'm gonna want one dedicated light gun game with the actual guns mounted. I think it's going to be probably time crisis. But it might be this weird game that i played in a japanese arcade where you had. I mean what am i saying. I'm i'll take whatever. I don't know what's going to be in there but where you stood in a body scanner and the gun was loose in your hand and you had to like physically. Move yourself around in this in this small space in order to like hide behind a doorway or like reach out and like shoot pop off a few shots at criminals. It was some police game my brains as rescue nine one one. But that's not least nine one one. Yeah there it is. Anyway that was. I was a lotta fun. Maybe you guys in the future. You come over to my arcade once. I have enough money to buy a house someday. It'll be great police. Nine one one. Apparently the successor to the lethal enforcers series. Why we know vice versa vice versa and police nine one one was the prologue to lethal enforcers. Although it's a separate cannon are we talking about the same. I do remember this game. I don't know if i played in japan. But yeah there's a game where they have infrared sensors in the cabinet so that you can move your body. Yeah yes that was that lethal enforcers. Yeah i know i mean. It's definitely called police. Nine one one. That's the game i can. I can see the sensors cool. And that's that's the cabinet boy. I don't remember all only remember that. I would like the next day. My legs would hurt. Because i would have been doing like a hundred squat. Hey we should. We should answer someone's question. It's time for the question block all right. This one comes from our buddy. Steven ray morris. He writes what game or games. Do you have to finish at the arcade. I can never not attempt to complete the loss. World dressing park arcade game if i see it Wow the question. Stephen race steven ray. Great great podcasts or himself. Great podcast producer. I think the and also. I think he hit us up on social media. He found some sim city like the city card game or game. That's right yeah. I didn't even know that existed me neither so a game. You try to finish in the arcade man. I mean my my rate of completion of arcade games is so bad because it just. Unless you're like. I guess if you're a free play sort of situation it's not gonna cost you an arm and a leg but if you're actually paying for credit since like you could you could sink thirty bucks into something easy not playing carefully. My greatest adult memory of finishing a game is ninja turtles at a bar. Cade three friends so it was four of us playing the entire and once you get like four levels in are you. Are you going to be like well. Let's all walk away from the game right. I just tend to go. And each time. I beat billy mitchell's score and donkey kong. I was trying to make sure. I think one of him. I don't think i've ever beaten an arcade game. I love playing simpson's. I'll play that as many courses. I have um in. Yeah i don't know keizer. I've always been more of a home console type but that's not the question was for me. I'm assuming that the question involves me kind of us and that is hey stephen. Let's do that then. Drastic pork is fun. Time 'cause also fun. I love the zombie. I forget what the name of the zombie rail shooter you. Yes i love that one. I'll play that one. As many courses that have to house of the dead we covered we cover typing of the dead of the podcast. Which i've never seen an arcade version of. But i played the would play the home version on dreamcast dreamcast keyboard. I'd seen a arcade version. And i took a photo of it because it was the grossest thing i've ever seen in my entire. I finished this the simpsons arcade game when i was a kid. I it ranks up there with with that in like getting a chart in a regular pack of pokemon cards like my top moments of my life. You got yours. Oh dude. I got it on my shelf over there. Yeah whoa. that's sorry. I should have told you told you earlier in no i also. Yeah that's intimidating. I wouldn't have been able to talk to have some fancy like first edition pokemon cars that apparently are worth money but oh man that's awesome. That's cool you have. Everything is worth money now. Everything is worth money every as my right eye. That's right. i mean. It was just tweeting about this skies arcadia which i bought a year and a half ago. Because i was like. Oh i haven't played this. I bought it for like thirty dollars at a at a retro game store. It's a two hundred dollar game now. Everything costs so much fucking money now. That's insane. I have mega man x and x squared. And apparently they're worth a lot of money now. Normal game mega man games. How does that make sense. Okay i saw i was. I was watching a youtube video about the problem and they were like final fantasy tactics. Advance now goes for three thousand dollars in box and i was like what the fuck what to. That's the tactics game. I don't even like those. So yeah how dare you untold thousands of dollars. I have in future money. I traded away two game. Stop for forty cents in store. So many i it is over. Katya sold skies arcadia to two game. Stop in two thousand two. Because i was like well. I'm done with his game. When i looked up what the name of it was but i mentioned the podcast for one game. I did finish in the arcada on a in a free place. Scenario was got legends. Which was the one that they released in in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight but and yeah i i have finished the simpsons game. At the time. I finished it. I didn't play it all the way through. His only account and i joined later in the game went shuttled march through the final fight with as mr burns or whatever who is mr. I remember mr burns in like a robot. of course it's mr burns framing flanders the final. That would be a real yes averse. Excellence game yeah flanders. Hit us up with your questions on twitter. Knit ceramic played potter cincinnati..

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"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

05:06 min | 4 months ago

"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"We've found from all over the internet that present us with a contrary opinion to the one we've just formed so if we liked the game these it'll be negative reviews and if we didn't like the game these are positive reviews. It's maybe we were wrong. This segment. i think that's the best one i've done. That was that was pretty dynamite. Yeah just just use that audio for all subsequent episodes what i liked about ones. I was able to find which was not easy. Is that even the positive reviews. Were like very measured in conditional. So here's one. I found is a game facts review of the pc version where you could use a mouse. So that's controls a little better by red paratrooper. Seven out of ten. It's not the greatest but you'll have fun with it for a while. This is not a game that will bore you in the beginning. You'll be clicking your mouse. A lot of guarantee that you'll be shooting up. everything is the levels are pretty much. Destroy the enemies are plentiful while the bosses can be quite difficult at times. They shots to hit certain areas. Hint bus. once you've mastered it. The time does get quicker and you'll find something else to play so that's basically like it's not the greatest but ill entertain you for a little bit and then you'll find something else. Something like men manner Well i found that much more few simply positive review buried on gamespot. Two thousand seven chevy see rights. Now i must say a lotta peoples play. This game said it was the worst game ever made. Aerosmith sucks never play. I myself believe all these statements to be untrue. This game has somewhat some entertainment value. But i guess you have to be a fan of aerosmith the like the game. I was fairly young. maybe seven or eight. When i i play the game as a huge fan of it as well as aerosmith the game is a first person shooter blah blah blah blah. As here's why chose this review is is it goes on it becomes more and more excited about the game that it is reviewing so it starts out of temper- tempered but by the end it saying in fact i'll probably find myself playing it as soon as i finish this review i give it a high score because odd and original and like i said a complete trip because aerosmith is a flipping game. I'm a fan. I can't help it this game kick serious ass good. Classic aerosmith song see lifelike two characters. Nice voice overs by the ban. Lots of credits major action you to rescue some chicks and of course aerosmith the bad like aerosmith. There's nothing bad about. This is just a good way to kill an hour to horrible. Who doesn't garo smith home. Incredible reading holy goodness but know that also. Yeah that that is i. Guess who this game is for. Aerosmith stands which is funny though because i do sit on this then diagrams call cross section. I actually was. I am a huge aerosmith fan. Nine lives one of my favorite albums. Top ten albums of all time. Joke theory is like a complete and utter genius. Slide play makes this blues. Pl- i just love the band. And i love their songs. I love stephen touch voice and all that and yet. I'm also a gamer. So i cannot like this game. I can't but if you're not a gamer and just narrow. Smith i guess you have to love it. You know like jim. Another one. I do but mostly i just wanna say that. This review this positive review posted in two thousand fourteen is. Here's why it's positive and why it's funny to me. I remember playing revolution acts on the nintendo. We had a lot of fun playing it. Especially in multiplayer mode blah blah blah blah blah. I've recently revisited the game. On the pc the dos version turns out the dos versions a heck a lot better than the nintendo version to play the dos version on the windows. Nt machines especially windows seven. You'll need a dos box. V zero point seven four. And you'll have to make some changes in the dos box configuration file and then there's pages of modifications that you have to do in order to get this game to run on dos which also speaks volumes to the dedication that this player had for playing this game. I mean it's like there's little code that you have to change in order to make the game work which means somebody had to figure it out. I always i mean those. Those people are heroes like just like the hobbyist. Who's just like. I'm gonna i'm gonna solve something and then i'm going to publicly disclosed this free of charge like how to do it just in case someone else down the line. Has i talked about that with the fucking fuck what was it was like one of these games. It was just like oh man this person from twenty years ago. Put this guide together. That i'm using now and he just did it for like just to be. Just be bro. it's great. I love anything. We will not the game though where they put together the entire code. And then you found out that there's one game.

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"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

06:11 min | 4 months ago

"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"Everyone age thirty inch that speaks to how frustrating this game is. I get the idea of easter eggs. That's fun game. But when the whole the whole purpose of the game you must guess it felt a little bit like an adventure game. But you don't have time and you're going to die. It's like come. i'm shooting everything. And i didn't even see the ending and here that an amazing statement that hazardous read loan. You also get if you do the good ending where you free. All of the band members over the course of the game then stephen says to you now. It's time to get the real party started. Welcome home to the real pleasure dome. And he surrounded by identical women wall put their arms around him. And i think they play a song And that's the end of the game. Thruth a strange but again the arcade version is pretty fun and playable just because it's got then mounted gun it's fun to shoot and and the hardware can actually like like the it looks decent for its time as opposed to the porch. Just being like you know down razzed and lower frame rates and plagued by slow down and obviously terrible control but hey we should get to our final thoughts on revolution exits. Time for their view grew. So we'd say something positive about this game and give numerical decimal rating. I will say their version. It's a great looking cabinet. It really looks cool. It's got some great art on it and you know i. I like those mounted gun. So i'll give that to. Its in in the positives column as a port. It's just like it just sucks. I think a big thing zane hit on in a bunch of different ways is just. There's such a lack of user feedback like it's like you can't rockets coming towards you and you can't wait to that. Hit me or not like there's not like a clear like blood splatter on the screen or anything like that you just have to be you know babysitting your life bar which is tucked away in the corner of an ugly you i. It's hard to tell sometimes like what you're shooting and what you're not shooting like like whether or not you're making an impact on something. So as as just a very clunky execution of this game a clunky execution of a great idea just a fantastic concept just didn't come together. I i really didn't like playing the super nintendo version and it did make me wanna play the arcade version though. I'll give this a one point. I heather go ahead. Well i i just wanna say because when we get to the next segment i won't be able to say it because it will be a contrary opinion that the official sehgal's added magazine which reviewed the copy of the game that i played so like think nintendo power think how often they just trash something in intendo power. That is on the nintendo. They don't do it because it's the official license says added magazine gave this a forty four percent. I like so. Here's what i liked i love. I love samples in old games. It's really charming and pleasurable. To hear it fucking stevens say like now it's up to you. Get in our car or whatever. It was that he said but i really liked. I'm not aerosmith person. But i really like the opening riff to sweet emotion. Being your score sound like it felt like it's really good all right. Let's tally what you did. Set loop to play. So that was my favorite part of this fucking awful and racist game. I'm giving this game. A zero point. Zero wow wow i love echo any lower. What do you think i mean i played. I played this on Super nintendo and it's it's it's bad as we've all said it did. It did. Remind me that. I guess i sort of do like aerosmith. And that's i guess. I'm going to have to deal with like i don't i don't know like i had to aerosmith guitar hero like i bought the guitar hero. That is just all aerosmith songs. Like that's something that i you know. I don't know if i've ever admitted out loud before but it's something that i did on my positive positive about this game. What seeing this reminded me about another aerosmith thing. Which is they're the roller coaster. Which i've been on at disney florida and the ride is good and so i just kinda like that. They were like. Hey let's kind of be like kiss and have other thing ray our music. Let's expand brand to entertainment and thrill rides so just the idea. I guess my positive thing is the idea of aerosmith. And i'll give this just them being like sure. Whatever we we love it. I'll give the yeah. I mean i'll give this a point one this game. You mentioned the rock and roller coaster rock and roller coaster starring aerosmith which is at disneyworld and the so i when i worked at funnier die. I met with steven tyler. Wants like he just kinda came in was just like maybe. I'll make a sketch video with you. Guys i thought he was a delight. I mean he was just like it was just an hour of stories of rock and roll excess but At the meeting ends and he standing up and he's like saying goodbyes. Everyone it's like one of those things where it's like. His rap has been like he's he was supposed to be there for a half hour but he's had fun talking everybody so now the the rapid starting out the door. He's leaving and my coworker. A democracy says hey quick question..

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"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"Amazon. Were game play standpoint. You can destroy a lot of the environment. And i do think that's pretty fun like it's it's fun to shoot out all the windows and blow stuff up and i do think like the the helicopters socks but like you know blowing up. Some of vehicles i think is pretty satisfying. There's a school bus section later on in the game Boy that's really bad saying and when you're blowing up when you're shooting up the school bus trying to blow it up. It's men turned into some sort of terrorist weapon. But like like i if i kind of just just busting stuff up with your gun is pretty fun even though the actual gun play e even though actually taking out the enemies gets kind of monotonous. There was one scene referring to before the helicopter. Boston where you keep shooting out those windows and that was maybe two or three moments. I sort of enjoyed it because it reminded me of that game. Rampage like yeah and sometimes there's something behind the window which is a satisfying experience. Oh is that a cd is a plant or something that you eat. That gives you help. I don't know what it was but but then it kept going that scene. It was like when are we going to spending eight minutes shooting out windows. There's no enemy until confused. So i think the balance of the game was was tough. I found myself wishing they had gone gameboy to any with there. Be an any as mario game. And it made sense on and yes. And then they made a gameboy game that made sense on gameboy and they were different games. Yes i thought couldn't have made it a different game because if you were not allowed to use our super scope or light guns to surely there's a whole different game like you do between xbox and nintendo ds just making a different game but they really wanted to port it also. Can we talk about the slowdown good. Oh yes really bad in super nintendo kind of random spots. There's a lot going on. It would be fast and then there was not much going on to be slow. What was happening under the hood. But yet all around. I i feel like i don't know i mean i don't know how hard it is to make game so i'm probably being way too critical but probably they should just play the game ones like. Oh yeah this is not optimized. Let's had half the enemy. I would assume what happened here. Is they just had you know. They had this existing arcade game. That was a pretty big hit and they had aerosmith and they're like well this is going to sell. Let's just turn out as many as we can because it got ported everything. He got bored of genesis. Super nintendo playstation saturn. It got port across different generations and just was just not not necessarily lazily. But just you know sloppily constructed probably due to a lack of resources Did you guys get to or or watch the final boss at all helga. yes helga. Who by the way is played by the actress. Carrie hoskins who is shown a blade in mortal kombat three combats. Yeah no the actor who played played in this current mortal combat. Is that no wait. Oh sorry the game titan. Okay for now so. She's she starts as a cheerleader in the nba jam. The she's a game actress. She's digital data then she becomes headmistress helga and the free -able hostages sushi's both of women roles in the bikinis and the bad woman and then she becomes she graduates to sonya blade for mortal kombat. Three mortal kombat trilogy mortal kombat for mortal kombat gold. I mean this is. It's a little bit like if you were into this sort of thing in the ninety s celebrity of the digital actress universe. Sonya i love it. It's it's fascinating to hear that. That's the same actor. Because i was like like a woman. The blond hair not really my type of mean woman with the black wig scowling at you in the dominatrix gear. Exactly my type all that that you got. And so so she. So here's what happens at the end game you. You're you're fighting her and at first she's a woman she's just like the this kind of dominatrix type of angry woman. You're shooting her first second form. She transforms into a giant muscley monster and a motorized scooter with rocket launchers so she turned into shy ganic monstrous creation. Like the bikini women do who is also her earlier but as you're fighting at least in the air k. version. I didn't finish the super nintendo version. You shoot it's clothes and skin off. And then you shoot its limbs off one by one and it spurting everywhere from its dismembered limbs and then when you kill it it explodes and the finale is like just a rainstorm of blood bones in oregon while the opening riff walk this way. Play i answer. I watched that on the playthrough this morning. This part is i did not realize there were not unlimited continues so i was shooting this guy. This green goblin dude arms. Were off guns or not working anymore and these weird orange things amoeba were coming out of his mouth. And i didn't know if. I should shoot them what's happening. I was talking to chat for. I think it's twelve minutes. I think you can check the stream of twelve minutes of. What am i doing wrong. What about hitting shooting the chest shooting the feed shooting armchair and then it just said game over and so i was like one bullet away from the end of the game and instead i man so i had to watch the ending. The ending by the way is the message. Congratulations you defeated. The new order youth all over the world will be free to pursue their pleasures disgusting unnecessarily creepy own..

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"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

05:05 min | 4 months ago

"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"Gun. That i i want to say that i blakely out loud to my screen said. Oh my god oh no when the game goes to the amazon and start shooting the sort of nineteen thirties stereotype of of the savage with the big mask. They make i mean this is i. it's so offensive. I have i. I'm uncomfortable speaking the thing that is happening on the screen. Which is that. They were making monkey noises as they jump out from behind bushes again. You're supposed to be fighting the new world order so this doesn't have any reason to be in. the game. Like ring could go to like technical facilities acid plants like fucking shit that the joker would do but like going to the amazon also. Which you're there in theory to save but you burn down with your gun like you said everything on fire it was it was so offensive. I couldn't believe that it was in a video game. It's nuts that it's there. there's also i i think in that same. 'cause this is the amazon level or is it a separate level whereas amazon level. Turn into like you're the warehouse where there were. There are some sort of nefarious plot. Going on because there's there's a science lab you end up in do separately. Oh yeah but that's a separate level. I had the same feeling. I literally guessed i also said even how offensive it was on like. This makes no sense. The precursor to this level said save the rainforest. How are you saying. You're shooting everyone there. It doesn't make any sense now. You will you go from the out the exterior rainforest into a temple and there are identical semi nude women tied up on sides on the sides of the screen and that later in the temple they those women are dropped into a machine that is what reign them of their life and it turns them into scientists zombies for help. Yeah yeah and you have to destroy those machines. it's fucking. I mean very strange. It's strange and not like the three levels are amazon middle east which is like oh no and then the pacific rim so like. It's just three branches of stereotyping. Those your options in. Its it. So i could. I couldn't stand up at wembley stadium for aerosmith concert. it's so the babies you mentioned are like it's all the same a same blonde woman. Top heavy blonde woman in a bikini. Who's tied up in various scenarios. And then you free her and she thanks you and they're just like that's just like everywhere. It's very duke nukem. Apparently they censored it a little bit like the arcade version. She was shown a little more dairy air. And this and the home version they knew it by being a little bit more front facing guess showing. Those cheeks was a little bit of an issue for get an approval by the. But it's it's really like it's like that so that you've got that you've got that sort of okay. This is rock and roll excess. We've got like a like a you know like a groupie archetype who is who i'm rescuing. But then that coexisting with what you're saying. Yeah this weird sort of problematic massacring you're doing it's a very strange game it is and i. Maybe i'm wrong about this. But i feel like sunset. Riders was a fun game which was a kind of a real gun is fun. Yeah yeah but you. You move radiculitis if i remember correctly but that was fun somehow and this this really miss that. There's so much offensive stuff. The game plays monotonous. And then the shooting is not fun. Yeah it was boy. And we haven't talked the music stuff yet. Which i was surprised about. There are a couple things that i some things. I actually surprised by enlightened. But that's more of the snes capability because the snes short use sampling could actually sample sound versus. Hear the sound card. Choose these sounds so there are some impressive moments of wow. This is almost like an atari jaguar. I'm seeing sort of moving images and sort of hearing. Tom's voice the basis. Like wow cool. The were very challenging to my ears. Wayne's world the grading cd shot every time it's Of you said that you can hear the basis dialogue a clip. But you didn't speak to. How he he's quality of acting in this game. So i've got a clip that i sent to you papa. Daca to give the listener a sense of you know the motivator for your wanton slaying of random guys imagine putting chemicals off genucel.

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"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

04:17 min | 4 months ago

"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"Athletes super mario to what has happened. Geez it's it's such an aide to see. And and that sega drastic park game which that's the one where you're sitting in the league. You're sitting in the jeep and that's also a shooter right that to get if i if memory serves not the ridicule situation in this game on is so rough because it's really low and then you slightly tap into this on the far left out of the screen. There are so many things i did not enjoy. I first few minutes. I was saying onstream as i played it. This is not so bad. This is you know. Pre rendered graphics mortal kombat he kind of talking country. Okay i can get into that a lot of mode seven seven yeah pilot wings bring it come on zero x great and then then the game play it happened like actually playing a game and yet about four minutes and i realized oh. I don't know how to beat this boss. Which is a helicopter i. I don't know what to shoot. And so i asked my kaffir eight minutes while i was shooting it. Am i missing something. I what am i missing and there was one small gray thing underneath the helicopter that i had to activate by hitting eight. What was happening and later on in the game. I will get to it but yeah i was not able to actually was able to lose this game with imf seemingly infinite continues. I lost. i gave him over. It's not quite. I mean it seemingly infant but it's quite enough you get twenty five lives which seems like king's bounty in super nintendo terms but but it's just also the difficulty is i mean it's so the may you hit on the main thing. It's so hard to target things because it's got like a like just a little bit. Like accelerates too quickly so you start at moving and then it just. It's on the other side of the screen. It's so hard to target anything precisely and then also. Some of the waves of enemies are just interminable. Like it's just like. I literally have to kill like four hundred of the same yellow ninja with a machine gun like it's unbelievable. The body count. i'm here and it just. I guess it's probably just to extend the gameplay to justify the cost of the cartridge but it's so it gets so fucking boring and then you're just turning through lives as a result. If you don't hit a certain thing in the right corner of the screen you get that infinite thing sort of to me. It reminded me a teeny bit of ninja guide and although those respond but it was like. When is gonna end if i is it. Yeah my infinitely responding accidentally. Yeah didn't make any sense. Yeah i i can't imagine so. Can you imagine standing at this machine for forty minutes in an arcade. After i played it for a while and saturdays okay. I'm i'm never going to get to the end of this fucking game even uneasy mode because like i can't use the gun. Which is the point of the game. So i i also watched a playthrough and the playthrough which is a perfect play. It's not like a speed run but it's a perfect way through is forty forty minutes long from start to finish which means that you would have to be holding that filthy greasy gun a and dumping and quarters for forty minutes somewhere like who who also gets to a movie early enough to be able to play this game in the lobby for forty minutes right missile area and it seemed like a precursor to meet of zombie game. Play like oh it's fun to shoot but as you mentioned it's not fun without like right annoying. Yeah yeah there's also the the there's another element this game. That actually do like which is that. You have a special attack. Which on the super nintendo's with a shoulder buttoned where you'll shoot a cd. And i can't tell if the cd's do more damage than regular gones. It seems like maybe but it's not quite like there's so little user feedback but it is the kind of thing is just like. Oh this is kind of gloriously stupid that this is the aerosmith game. Got a gun. That shoots cds. I kind of wish there was more of that. I of wish there was more just like leaning into rock and roll stupidity as opposed to some of the generic. Just sort of you know. Like i mentioned ninja enemies that you're fighting throughout so much of the game. Well just like they say music the weapon. That's the whole subtitle. But it's your shooting a gun. That i i want to say that i blakely.

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"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

05:36 min | 4 months ago

"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"Here's the thing about this game is that it's a. It's a rail shooter. And the arcade cabinet is such a different experience than playing it on the home. Console right down to the degree of like most of the ports of this game. Do not have light gun support so the central feature has been excised like the thing that makes it cool. The thing that makes it fun is just as been replaced with your manually moving cursor with your controller which is a very clunky way to control it and it just it just it just removes the core fund of a shooting game. What game are we talking about audience. We're talking about revolution. X it's a arcade rail shooter game developed and published by midway in nineteen ninety-four featuring the rock band aerosmith. The story of this game is contained within the opening crawl. You have no choice. You have no voice. The new ordination has taken over and everything you like is wrong. All video games television magazines and especially music have been declared illegal and are strictly forbidden a corrupt neo industrial governmental militaristic oppressive. The new order nation led by headmistress helga citizens between ages. Thirteen ants thirty. You're on your way to see aerosmith. They're playing it club. X. l. a.'s hottest nightspot at the same time the new order nations evil plane is being launched. And you're stuck in the middle as one of last surviving free youth. You must battle new order forces to get backstage at club x. To meet aerosmith where together you will be gin the revolution so immediately. I'm kinda torn morally. Because i of course oppose banning all media. But i'm in favor of getting all those good teens. It was thirteen to thirty. That was yeah she you come on man so specific like first off. There's going to be a twelve year old playing this game for sure and they'll be like oh i'm safe and then there's also thirty is a weird cut off because like does that mean that everybody above the age of thirty. I mean yes. Everybody above the age of thirty has bad taste. That's universally understood right. I mean we watched it happened to dhaka like he liked good stuff and all the sudden liked bad stuff. I barely made it. It's my my guess is that that has something to do with the age of the developers. I would guess the developers are probably didn't wanna put themselves in the old age range so there is probably guys in their late twenties moist. Thirteen to thirty. We're still cool right. With the laura's basically inconsequential because then you get into it and it's pretty much you're just shooting your way through a different a bunch of different environments punctuated by some varies arrowsmith clips and. We should say that the arrowsmith clips of the aerosmith audio varies. I think there must have been heather off. you saw. What what the what. The reason for this was soon. There's some sort of rights issue with. The music was only licensed for the arcade versions. And then the home versions. They're using different songs. They're using deeper cuts which are less interesting like walk. This way is in the arcade for their version and it's great and then the home version. It's not president. All i am not as familiar with aerosmith's catalog to know which ones are deep cuts in which ones are not. I played it on the saturn. What where did how did you guys play this game. So i played the super nintendo version which everyone says is the worst one and then i also watched a playthrough of the arcade version of play through the arcade version. And i played the arcade version in newark aid. You know years ago. I mean it's pretty. It's like a what's other one like that terminator two. You know the the the cabinet. That's got the physical gun that you use. It's like it's fun to play and it looks pretty good for its time and sound is pretty decent in the arcade zane. Did you play on the n. T. the grand don the super. Nt original lag. Where yet and you're right. The the music. I remember playing this game at a movie theater like twelve years ago. And you're right. It's not the time cop type gun where you can actually move it around free space. It's attached to the machine. If i remember correct and yeah the music in this when my favorite thing at the end of the game when you play through the whole thing and i guess beat the boss. It just sings dude dude dude. Looks like a lady like a two bar repeats this they at the end of this one. I wondered if that was a ram issue. They just couldn't fit enough the music on there. Maybe i wasn't sure why. But i was really bummed about the part that you brought up. Nick which is. How could i not use my super scope which i actually have their. Why would i use. That makes no sense. Yes same with the saturn. I plugged in the mike gun for to play this and then it froze the game and i was like what what we would only start. If you didn't have the gun plugged in so not only. Was it not compatible with the gun. It physically would reject the existence of the gun in order. Man gosh can. I say one of the things. My favorite little trivia that. I learned about this game. Is that when they were developing revolution. Acts it initially started as title based on the film jurassic park but then just got the rights to drastic park and they were like well. What else can we do. Why not make.

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"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

04:14 min | 4 months ago

"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"That's awesome. I'm gonna tell him to go down. That's awesome thank. You are low. Vintage thriftiness methane. Well this has been great. I'm nick you can head out anytime we're gonna chat about retro games and japan. I'm interested. I wanna touch on mario. Tennis ace's what got you so hooked on that game. Oh god so my friend staff. And he's violinist and he was in the checkout martin's aces like why is it sixty dollars. I've heard the actual adventures an hour and a half. I'm not paying this money. Trust me you'll love it. So i bought it and then i went on tour with someone for about a year and a half blues guitarist. He toured so. I was in the bank and we had wi fi. Let's kick mario. Tennis aces started playing his roseline. Not knowing she's the absolute worst care during the game by far. Oh that's playing aspera else. Pretty fun fast. Forward to the pandemic. Which did you guys heard about. This is crazy. The whole terry But so i was sitting in my room. I'm talking to girl. From what am i going to do. I think touring might be done for a couple years. And that's mostly been my life with bands or solo music or other artists so a thought. Yeah i guess. Maybe i'll stream so i go on twitch playing more tennis as is to. Hey guys have five hundred hours into this game at that point. I have a problem. But i guess you know you guys are obviously here to watch me play music. But here's a quick game and people shower going. You're good to now. I don't think i am now. You're actually pretty good then came into chat. And when do i own this game. I went into the rankings. Your ranked twenty fifth nationally right now and they thought i'd be happy but i was like why highways much time as i can read. And what is wrong with him. But then i took it upon myself to Get integrated into the community. I got on their discord onto their read. It and then they started watching my stream so a big thing. Now is i do music streams. But i also play mario. Tennis aces and people stream snipe me. So they love like the top twenty players to come in. They wait until onstream. They stream slimy and destroy me and make me enraged. I'm pretty good. I'm trying to get to the ace level with rosa. they've only been three roseline. A main aces ever apparently including like japan. Whatever and my ranking last month was four thousand nine hundred thirty two points which is sixty eight points away from. As i was like so close i lost four matches in a row. And it's all crumbled like jenga pieces but still trying to make that happen. They think i'm doing it but it's not possible you can't do john. I love that. I love taking the dt or character and just seeing how far you can climb in the ranks for real. It's like maintaining dan in street fighter for years now. Of course there's this girl named angie. She's just unbelievable. She's the best player in the game. Probably ever she plays his daisy. She crushes people and she's now playing as rose and of course she's nice. She's just the best ever so she's doing it but that's not her main song trying to make it happen. Maybe like five years. I don't know yeah very calm of i. Didn't i didn't realize there was this much of a community around. Mario tennis aces and that seemed to ha- seems to have this much depth in game. Play like i always thought it was kind of like a party. Sports game totally. Yeah and most of those markets are that but you know how like mario party type games make you raged this. Is it just like you're so close. And i i'll say onstream. I'm so close to being better than this person. They'll come and say no you're not you're you're terrible nuance makes you not even close as i am but yes. So basically they're those lobs and dropshots and there are slices that spin you out and there's all these different techniques and there's something again my brain stopped working but yeah it's an addictive game and i think i put in two thousand hours into why can't believe believable that you have this sort of intensity towards games and we forced you to play this dog shit. Old awful awful awful game. Here's.

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"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

08:26 min | 4 months ago

"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"Before we do that in his first time as always to discuss a game we like we're gonna spend seventy seconds in gaming heaven say when when all right i rolled credits on mass effect one. I play mass effect one my first time through the any game. In the mass effect franchise i did dabble in mass effect. Drama for this podcast. But i'm playing the legendary. Which is an awesome remastered. And it's for a game from two thousand seven. It's still has good. Art direction. Has really good writing and fi world building and voice acting so all that stuff holds up and you know it it looks a little dated at times of the ui but overall. Like i was like i. I love this game. It's so good it's such a cool universe and it's got so many new ideas. Here's one thing. I'll drill down on so when we're talking about cyberpunk and there's the same issue with like like westworld which another thing kind of bothers me in terms of just like there's an absence of imagination in in terms of what the future could possibly hold like. It's like everyone's still has tablets and phones and they just have uglier more futuristic looking. You is and in mass effect. There's something called an omni tool which is like a virtual gauntlet that surrounds your entire forearm and does an array of electronic tasks. And it's just like oh that's a completely new idea because we sifi you. Could you could do anyway. I loved it to new westworld takes place in the past. His is old west. Yeah but i mean like just like they just got like spurs and like revolvers like. Give me something new. Supposed to be impressed by stirrup. China do Trying to do a little nick. They're trying to do a little. Like i know that something. I'm saying is is full of shit but i presented as if it is actual information and i can be even dumber. You thought. This is my final form. Hey let's talk about this week's game but first let's introduce our guest musician whose critically acclaimed jazz quartet album. Alter-ego is available now. Zane carney years here zane nick. How're you doing. Hi heather in came. Vote man great great. I just love this show. Oh thanks for saying that. Well that's it thank you. That's an opinion. I've heard every single episode. I'm straight how so i'm to be here. Oh bless you. We're honored to have you and you are. You're a musician. But i also wanted to hear. Generally about you as a gamer. i mean see. You've got a super nintendo on your desk. So i assume this is something that has some significance to you. They time yeah. I'm a big retro gamer. Which is sad. Because i feel like it wasn't that long ago but very sixteen bit eight bit heavy right superman t on the desk right here. Have an analog mini anti war I got a switch on the desk by pan over. And i'm completely addicted to mario. Tennis aces this like yeah like nationally ranked it's bad. I'm addicted selena. As a as a as a fan of the analog brand who simultaneously is a fan but does not yet own a single analog machine. How do you find the experience on the n. T. and for those of you listening at home. These are like high end aluminum cases as if apple were to redesign these older systems. Like the any ass or the superior ni asked or the the genesis they. They're like the porsche of. I'm they're beautiful. They're beautiful. how do you like him. I love him as the sad part. Is i actually have an open. The analog n. t it because i got it from birthday and i'm going to do a whole unboxing stream with it but i've opened the super n. t. and i played some really awesome games and then i played. Today's game was rough. But yeah it's great. I mean it's really the best experience possible. And i've always been into optimizing my retro gaming experience. I'm a little different than the true purists who wanna get the the crt gone or africa progressive. Whatever shock looking monitors. I always want to get in on my four k screen and have it be as pixel perfect as possible. So i'm like a metal. Jesus rocks radical. Reggie type guy. Love that sort of thing. If you're familiar with those utah but no no not at all. Oh man they're awesome. They're super into retro stuff. And yet they talk about every pixel four by three and making sure the ratios correct and all that right so yes. Supremacy is amazing. And i have a whole collection behind me about two hundred any s and super nintendo games. And so i've been going through them. Every game works on it. I have an eight. Bit dough wireless controller. I mean it's just an some. I'm loving it What is your and what what you're saying about like it not being that long ago and feeling like you know but being retro games. 'cause like these like eight bit and sixteen bit game the game of my childhood but but it just like it. It's that's retro. Now it's the same way when you hear like nirvana classic rock station. It's just like oh okay. All right that i'm that age but but i i'm curious like or your favourite games to retro games to play our same games. You played as a kid or are they stuff that knew came to as an adult is a mix. That's a great question. Yeah i i like mixing it up. In fact my girlfriend just got me chronic trigger. Which somehow i've known as you're in for a tree. I'm so excited and a huge. Rpg fan so quick synopsis. My child that i started as a gamer. The guitar music stuff came much later. Talk was the first game. I ever was three years old. I beat duct tape on an es way yet without the manual. 'cause i was just that was my childhood and then it's my delta unfortunately too and then i got into street fighter two turbo with my brother and then i remember not really being welcomed at his birthday party until they found i could beat bucky o'hare for them and then they liked me. How i the teenage mutant ninja turtles for any which is a real tough game. Yeah so i was like a game or kid. And then. When i was about seven years old i was a child actor and on that said they would just give me game boy games and try to pacify me because they knew it was just traumatic. From why having this kid work this novel. So yeah. I got really into warrior. Land all these different game boy games. And i really hit my apex with pok amman. That changed my life that turned me into golden sun. Veloce that turned me onto sort of tales of hysteria sort of secretive mono- but unless of an action rpg guy more of it turn bass strait up jay rpg dude. I played most of them. Could somehow i miss kronos trigger. So i'm really excited about that. I i literally booted up coronal trigger two days ago just to listen to the opening music on it. It's it is. It is good extraordinary. And i also feel like you're really speaking specifically to both myself and dhaka with the retro the high end retro like specificity and then just mentioning pokemon really makes turns is in spirals love it. Yeah and i maintain that to the funny part is. I've actually heard the for ronald trigger. Because i do this thing on my twitter stream music theory of gaming. And if you don't do this immediately that we need to have the theory of this game so we discovered. There's like a lot of perfect fourths. And there's a lilac modal jazz moments but played on right. It's like a whole thing. So i'm excited about actually experiencing the music during gameplay but i heard a piece of music was like okay. Yes this all around this game. Is my dream awesome. It's so like i do what you're speaking to is like as a kid. I remember hearing like progressive rock like hearing like you know. I think yellow qualifies progressive rock. You know and so hearing that and being like this sounds like blake j. rpg music like this sounds like video game. Music not understanding. The influence was the other direction. That like you know like composers on these games being influenced by american and british rock totally and we actually did music theory of gaming episode on sonic the hedgehog and i obviously listen to it as a kid. Also i know you're like a segue person which is yes..

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"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

02:05 min | 4 months ago

"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

"Bad news. Everybody as some of you have heard we have just lost our jurassic park. Licensed to segue. I know we've all been working very very hard on our jurassic park shooter but We're going to have to scramble to make ends meet before the profits report comes out so if you've got an idea for a shooting game that we can slot into this arcade cabinet that we're already developing. Just let's let's hear him. Let's hear all right just off the top of my head. You know we make it like it's the rock band aerosmith We we we get the rights to arrowsmith. Okay i'm sorry. I'm sorry nick nick. Sorry this isn't a dancing game shooting. Yeah working on the fucking thing. Okay all right. No need to get angry. Sorry it just park news. Earth-shattering yeah okay. Well you were saying aerosmith. I'm sorry i was i. I automatically assumed you didn't know what you're talking about. So why don't you tell me more about this bitch. I don't know it's like aerosmith and you're shooting ninjas and free and babes with fling and cds atom. I just just spitballing here. Well i mean. Let's let's. I'll put it on the board. But i wanna i wanna run some other big licenses. We might be able to To land like die hard lethal weapon. Speed speed's a big hit. We could let you could be shooting out of the side of the bus. Who knows so you know. I'll put aerosmith on the on the board but again it's a gun game so i want any other ideas matter you fill in this aerosmith thing. I'm actually. I'm a little embarrassed. Because i was also gonna see aerosmith and i don't have any other ideas. I my big idea. Came in with today was aerosmith and nick just ate my entire launch. Well no i mean that's good if we're both on the same we're both thinking aerosmith. Maybe it's aerosmith. Does aerosmith known for guns are they do. They have saw. No no no. But they have.

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"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

How Did This Get Played?

01:50 min | 4 months ago

"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?

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00:47 sec | 4 months ago

D.C. Police Chief Raises Concerns Over Shrinking Force, Officer Morale

"D. C. Police chief Robert Conte is raising a warning about the morale among his officers and their shrinking numbers in a zoom chat with the D. C. Police chief, the president of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, Jack McDougall, wanted to know how's the morale? Of your folks. How are they doing? The chief said police. Morale has been impacted by negative views of police and some officers are making career decisions based on some police reforms right now, our a rate of separation and we're up like 11% of what was projected for this time last year, Carney says the size of the D C police department is shrinking at Was Dick Uliano. W T o P.

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"carney" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

03:02 min | 4 months ago

"carney" Discussed on The Insider

"Well here it is again help people can guess it really after your four quickfire questions. Are you ready hannah. I'll watch for the order here right there. Another one just came in. Okay good all right. Favorite pizza topping. Oh dear shuto okay. Favorite movie Hard say oh my god so many wonderful movies. Oh my god. I just saw my favorite year again. I watched all my favorite movies many times my favorite year. Very funny heartwarming comedy. Favorite passing people that make music. Oh man dylan. Alaska stal james taylor and joni mitchell. I can't stop no one that's ridiculous. There's no one and finally who would you rather fight one. Massive andi gladwin or hundred tiny joshua jays. Oh my god. I have. I have i have mad nunchucks skills so i could probably take care of the hundred and humiliate the one. Okay now. you're loathing the commerciality of magic. Your book is not available to murphy's available through magic skills but after listening to this. I'm sure people are going to get it out. Do they do such a thing. Well i've always handled stuff myself because Early on i didn't make any money. I always give away the rights to things and i would. I would never make any money on it. So i i do everything through my sight. Carney magic dot com. So here's the book and The the you know people are just now getting copies. Because i it took a long time to get them and then send them out and now just this week. The deluxe are going out. Because i had slip covers and everything. But you know it's i spent a lot of time on the design of it and Making those photographs took forever to get the look that crisp you they were not those were not polaroid snapshots and so i try. Also try in the layout that's ramsey's coins in the hat of like a new approach to that in a great finish for it I tried to have. Oh there's a tributes to some of the people that i really admire and magic johnny thompson and mike skinner and people like that i don't know what i'm saying except by the bucks county matches a lot of stuff come up to the lincoln show nights and on the blog post accompanying the great john county. It's been my honor absolute pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you so much. Feel time you bet all the best..

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"carney" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

05:48 min | 5 months ago

"carney" Discussed on The Insider

"Fit into this week's episode of the insider up before we get started with this show too quick. Psa's first of all you need to check out catch. It's a gimmick that we've just released on the homepage of the website. It is a really smart way of vanishing reproducing. A coin should check it out. It sells a lot of problems for that lost. Tricky coin in a coin across winston table coins to glass routine And it's really fun to practise. Second thing is if you heard last week show with vinny del ponte the three icons pieces of art that he created with vernon cardini. Lavar are selling really fast. It's a very limited edition. Each one is numbered and signed by any you get a certificate of authenticity. And if it's something you've been arming and bring about. I would recommend you gay skates on and get up before it sold out and finally. I just like to apologize most of you. Listen to this on apple podcasts. And for the last two weeks. There's been a problem with feed and apple podcasts. And not coming through to apple This now seems to have been resolved so hopefully this episode..

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Wendle hits 3 of Tampa Bay's 8 doubles, Rays beat Mets 12-5

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Wendle hits 3 of Tampa Bay's 8 doubles, Rays beat Mets 12-5

"J. McClanahan earned his first major league win in for Tampa Bay hitters drove in multiple runs as the rays defeated the New York Mets twelve to five the Klan had allowed a three run Homer to Jose prizing the second and a solo shot to Pete Alonso in the third but was able to pitch into the sixth for the first time Tampa Bay rallied with a five run fourth thought Joe Wheatley KZN Sean Reid Foley and added six more runs in the eighth on a tree with two run doubles by young D. D. as Joey Wendelin Brett Phillips raise extended their winning streak to three well the Mets have now lost two straight Steve Carney C. Petersburg

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Amazon had a weird week on Twitter. But the union vote is the big news.

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:58 min | 7 months ago

Amazon had a weird week on Twitter. But the union vote is the big news.

"Are being counted in bessemer alabama. This week from amazon warehouse workers hoping to unionize amazon has fought tooth and nail against the union efforts and also recently against members of congress senators bernie sanders and elizabeth warren criticized. Its treatment of employees amazon's official twitter account went on the attack so did some twitter users claiming they were very happy amazon employees and not all of them were real. Let's dig into all of this and quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story. Jason delray covers amazon for recode. He says this union vote is big no matter what the outcome i also think. If it's a close loss that also would be seen as a positive sign just because amazon. Never had a union in the us that even in that case we'd see other efforts at least inside of amazon facilities in the country. A couple thousand people or more than thousand people voting to unionize at one facility. I mean think that says something especially with all the pressure that management has has put on these workers over the last few weeks. And then of course senators bernie sanders and elizabeth. Warren were criticizing amazon on twitter. For how it treats its employees and we saw amazon. Take what seems to be a priebke. New tack on social media hit-back pretty aggressively so what we saw was executives from dave clark. Who's the ceo of the worldwide consumer business at amazon to the corporate amazon accounts written by pr. People you know being both snarky. You know what. I think many people would say would be inappropriate tone. I reported that that directive to get more aggressive came directly from jeff bezos. After my story kind of exploded you see executives this week. Such as jay carney. He's been on twitter. The last two days responding to both bernie sanders and elizabeth

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Man Accused of Deadly Boston-Area Library Stabbing Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity

WBZ Overnight News

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Man Accused of Deadly Boston-Area Library Stabbing Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity

"A Winchester man charged with fatally stabbing a woman at a public library and 2018 has been found not criminally responsible because of his mental illness. Here's WBZ skimped on a cliff. The judge on the bench trial found Jeffrey out not guilty by reason of insanity for the 2018 stabbing death of medical student dance striker Inside Winchester Public Library. He was also found not guilty on the charge of slashing a 77 year old man who came to strikers aid both of Prosecution and defense presented reports from three medical experts who examined now and determined he was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia at the time of the attack and was not criminally responsible for his actions. Defense attorney Jay Carney said. Yeah was being tormented by harassing voices in his head. And it was the voices he was fighting against when he walked into the library and stab striker 20 times from

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Fact-Checking Joe Biden's Claim About Trump's Tax Cuts

The Dan Bongino Show

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Fact-Checking Joe Biden's Claim About Trump's Tax Cuts

"Joe biden claims nearly all the trump tax cuts went to the wealthy john. Carney is that true or false of is false. Joe biden said it. Let's look at the actual data from the breitbart article. Then i'll actually show you the tax cuts showing you again. Joe biden's just making this up quote breitbart the nonpartisan tax policy center estimated in two thousand eighteen at the top one percent would get twenty point five percent of the tax cuts. That can't be joe biden. Said they got eighty three percent. Yeah of course. What does that mean that. Means either the nonpartisan tax policy center is lying or joe. Biden's line. I'm going to venture to say it's joe biden. It's lying just throwing that out. There

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"carney" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

08:01 min | 8 months ago

"carney" Discussed on Hustleshare

"He has the colbert. Pandemic has been a big hit for all of us. And it's safe to say that we need to rebuild things from scratch again in the thing about this pandemic it has also rapidly accelerated the need for digitalization in the philippines. And there's now a big need for tech and tech enabled startups. That are ready to build. Better the thomas. Edison once said that the value of an idea lies in the music of it and in preparation for its twenty twenty one. Acceleration program idea space is looking for tech and tech enabled startups that are turning their ideas into action once again now approaching its ninth year. It's still on the lookout for startup. Boundaries that are driven to create lasting change through the work that they do. If you're listening to this podcast and if you want to have a real life startup experience just like what you saw. Net flicks like shutdown meat. And phnom dawson is your chance to have that real life non-fictional startup prince which is the twenty twenty one. Acceleration program of ideas space is now open for applications for just like dozens of startups. That we've had here. Podcast you can get the chance support resources and opportunities along funding that you need really beat that startup or reality were all you need to do is just click the link in the description box of episode so you get to the application form of the next court and if you do have some questions just don't forget to follow idea space inaugural socials and also go to ideas space foundation dot org to ask more questions so again. Good luck to your application and good luck to your startup. Still brianna and kate again from crew bloom told us you know how to really make this thing work and how values and culture a big big difference in how to make this girl now. I wanna understand one thing because working remotely is not easy. And i've seen a mixed bag. The more technologically advanced for ready or digital natives didn't really have a good. I didn't really have a hard time adapting whereas those people were always stuck in the looking at each other and gossiping with each other the how had a hard time adjusting to the set up. But for you you've always been remote so if someone is still struggling here listening to the dynamic and again even after the pandemic's over i think a lot of what. What would we realise now that those meetings we used to do and we waste our time on could have been done remotely resume call or whatnot. And it's i think it's going to radically change. How work is done but for us. Since you're natives in this type of setup what would be your tips for having a great working relationship that they're still checking balance and at the same time enough. Trust to go around so that people are still accountable and also responsible for the own work and deliverables an interesting question because you know when when you start becoming remote worker right the for me one of the most important traits that you must have is discipline like it doesn't really matter if you're an extrovert really likes working alongside other people you could communicate easily hop on zoom call or skype golden someone if you're if you really wish to share ideas or just have like a talk with someone right so for me as long as you have the discipline than you'd be able to succeed Becoming our remote worker and For you to be able to make sure that your team is producing There are some steps that you have do to tape right. So i'm at kerguelen. I really loved one of our tools. It's time dr so it. It's similar liga. Gluck in got system not an office where they log in when they start their shift if they take their bay they log out then they log back in again. Monday start working. And it measures a lotta things like their screenshots you know and also that's really really unhelpful for us and the next like setting like and kp ice for them so knowing how to measure their performance and then going to follow like how we'll be measuring them is very important and that's how they know that they're being productive now as a management team again being remote sports and cons and running and making quick and snappy business decisions this very important as co founders. I guess your management team. How do you make sure you're on top of things especially their spear role and whatnot. How do you make sure that. Nothing falls through the cracks Aside from communicating to your team but also making the right decisions team in making sure that you're addressing any type of issue that needs to be addressed. i think communication is essential on an. I'm having a dependability of core value. I think is Kind of birth fighters central as a remote worker. So i think that genuinely team. I'm working remotely possibly league in a an ocean. Apart is morris lived than an enough scheme dumb. I think that Yet just communicating on a regular basis Leaning on one another and they'll be every dr that's missing all right now. I want to understand the proper hiring dick knicks and we're not going to replicate and copy the whole group but a lot of people especially if they're doing business usually fuck this up. I'll come clean just like for me. I did not know how to weed out and first time entrepreneur. Remember i coming to an interview. And i'm more nervous than the applicant. Because i don't know how to do this and not. Everybody has a luxury of being able to hire professionals. Like you have been in the game and have thousands and thousands of interviews as a entrepreneur. Somehow someway have to wing it and do it yourself and you want to make sure that you're not asking super superficial. Author me about yourself. What is your five years from. Now you wanna be able to weed out the ones that really are again serious about getting this job in contra contributing rather than someone who just wants a paycheck and then you know chill out the rest of the way. What are the techniques. You guys use that other business. Mrs people especially hustlers are those ones were starting out company that they can use due to weed out and get the right. Hire start their teams. Yeah so. I really think that every company needs to have their own unique interview process know in the way they assess every folks that come their way And it should be different depending on their role and this view 'cause they have to like for us one of the things that i really really love about on the way we recruit folks is our assessments. We have unique. Assessments for sales cheryl and a support girl And so that's how we may like manley that our our applicants not just you know an initial holiday pay like just tell me about your work experience just basic so. Having that assessment. I'm really helps a lot invading. I'm qualified candidates from not from not qualified candidates and then there's like a lot of oil through that's actually happening.

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Rodgers wins 3rd MVP, Donald gets 3rd top defensive player

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Rodgers wins 3rd MVP, Donald gets 3rd top defensive player

"Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers won his third NFL Most Valuable Player award Saturday as the league announced the Associated Press awards as part of its NFL honors program Rogers takes exactly it as a badge of honor to have sustained success and to be able to play your best football and thirty seven in my sixteen season this summer I take a lot of pride in France defensive tackle Aaron Donald won his third defensive player of the year award the last four seasons while Tennessee's Derrick Henry took home his first offense a player of the year Justin Herbert at the Chargers and Washington streets young were operative in defense of rookies of the year respectively Kevin's defense give the Browns to come coach of the year and Washington's Alex Smith was the league's comeback player of the year I'm Steve Carney

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Storylines galore as Brady and Mahomes hook up in Super Bowl

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Storylines galore as Brady and Mahomes hook up in Super Bowl

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers continue their week of preparation for Super Bowl fifty five with another practice session at their facility Thursday offense of tackle Donovan Smith explains how he and his teammates have improved in protecting quarterback Tom Brady over the course of the season we talk about every day it's only got there on the field in which we know as long as you know we will establish we also you know at the beginning we were just trying to brings together all of us where we would go group go slow and judge were Syrians said safeties Antoine Winfield junior Jordan Whitehead and wide receiver Antonio brown all practiced for a third straight day but any determination of whether they'll play Sunday will be made until after Friday's session Steve Carney Tampa

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Buccaneers get ready for Super Bowl

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Buccaneers get ready for Super Bowl

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers held their second practice of the week in preparation for Super Bowl fifty five Wednesday at their practice facility for defensive lineman and Donna can sue this week is all about trying to finally reach the pinnacle of his profession this is the second time around in I look for to have an opportunity to close that out because I've been very blessed to be able to have individual career that has many accolades but ultimate goal is to have the team accolade less liberty trophy head coach Bruce Arians said wide receiver Antonio brown safeties Antoine Winfield junior Jordan Whitehead and linebacker Lavonte David were all limited the Buccaneers will again practice Thursday as they get ready to host the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs Sunday at Raymond James stadium Steve Carney Tampa

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Market Report: Bitcoin Is Up, Ethereum Setting Sights On $2000

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

03:36 min | 9 months ago

Market Report: Bitcoin Is Up, Ethereum Setting Sights On $2000

"Hey listen. I'll take a couple of things that are pretty cool bitcoins. Three point two four percent joe. That's a good thing Look it's It's it's been pretty tasty guys. All man i'm stuck i'm stuck because it's the first same bitcoin in a longtime thoughts lou quite bullish It's coming out of that. Daily charles coming sorry. Daily trend is their modest. The elon musk. spike We got four hour traffic but beautiful. Simplicity fifty minute is my baby right. Now i'm haunting cradles hunt boosters. I am on the hunt the trends debt. And i've got what i need to do what i do. Where thirty six thousand. Six hundred and seventy six doubles up. As i said three point to her sentence point Theory him as well look. This was the one that i've been writing for quite some time and Stopped is a is a word that i throw around a bit but i am stuck because it did pop. As high allies it came throws talking about a guy made. Is it pops through to new all-time highs yesterday. It closed above northern onto concerned about that but it closed really strong ten percent up on the daiva. Carney took point four percent up from the day. On telling you right now two miles to the papers on the front of my face just above. My nose is looking really strong. It's a bloody with jot and fifteen hundred and fifty full right now and i just i. It just has the hallmarks of wanting to have a bit of iran Run indie so naturally those lower timeframes looking for that seclude city wedding from opportunity Exit pay while i'm not to Fen dangled about that roy nasa sideways up three percent. A thirty point five cents. But it's not something that's sort of Cutting the master there will be. No master should lose his life to exile pay for me. It's move on bitcoin. Cash up two point seven seven percent ford and forty three dollars and thirty cents coming off that three seven five raging of resistance doctors support. It looked good in the weekly. Take that much a real ripa Just beautiful bullish candle the weekly. I'm talking about. It's not closed yet. It's got a long time to go but it is the and it does indeed come from a very good spots in an alternative weekly as well as far as low as timeframes look at the solicitor. These there on the fifth day. The thing that i'm not overly enthused how i must say is The full hour could get Actually through that level it just it just looks funny it. It's really been dominated by the lower timeframes. So i really shouldn't say too much about it because it doesn't look bad at all to be honest yet. It looks on two point. Seven seven percent of the big dog of the dice fifa has been letitia. And i'm gonna say that. I mean lot coin obviously now in a daily uptrend yesterday closing up seven percent today carly seven point seven percent hundred and fifty three dollars and forty eight cents right now guy pushing up through a level of resistance all harmful to get a little breakout on morning around the break. One forty six thirty seven but a distant setup caught As well as i'd like. But i'm still looking for pullbacks into that level a really strong move here online looking very very good on the charts all the way to the way the whole market. This will change the hallmark of some of the big dogs in the market. Do certainly look as though They're ready for leg up and it is being shown to us by multi percentage moves Loving look of lot coin at the moment. So keep that in your watch.

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How the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are preparing for the Super Bowl

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

How the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are preparing for the Super Bowl

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers held their first practice of Superbowl week Tuesday I'll walk through at their practice facility of between forty to fifty plays according to head coach Bruce Arians running back Ronald Jones describes what he's looking for in this study to defeat his opponent the Kansas City Chiefs no they're great because you know I was able to cut out for us so we got to make plays **** opportunity and you know I got a lot of good players on it then you know in five seven and backing so just looking at the financials and so it began when linebacker Lavonte David who did not practice during the bye week also said his injured hamstring was improved and hope to be ready for Sunday's contest the box will hold another practice Wednesday as they prepare for the Kansas City Chiefs Steve Carney Tampa

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Meet the Media

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Meet the Media

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers began their week of preparations for Super Bowl fifty five by sitting down for media day held virtually this year because of the covert nineteen pandemic head coach Bruce Arians says wide receiver Antonio brown and safety Antoine Winfield junior who both missed the NFC championship game in Green Bay continue to progress toward possibly playing this week the box will be the first team to play Super Bowl in their home stadium when they take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James stadium Sunday evening Steve Carney Tampa

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Bitcoin Bounces, Alt Coins Follow

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

07:24 min | 11 months ago

Bitcoin Bounces, Alt Coins Follow

"Roddy so small. Watch this today. I mean the market con of played. What are we not. I mean we. We certainly saw off Throughout the session in fact from the break of yesterday's law yesterday now the die before we move roughly three percent low so you know it was continuing that selling momentum it was starting to increase in the price of which it was coming off but then it reversed and now we've got bullish candles now. The interesting thing for mayo. The most important thing for me is how far we recovered from the low. All of the die we recovered about five point four percent now as much as the only closed off what it close up one point two percent. It's way price came from. Its reading the information accessible on that shot but that candle align its tokes to make it says a lot to me and it's now bullish candle. It's in the cradles. Aren't certainly not a crime. Tried from our point of view given the fact that we do not have that wonderful. Simplicity fantastic trend. But it's there The two days also in that cradles iron as well now not decide that they want further not at all but if we were to move higher i six three. I think thousand six hundred thirty We go to break but this looks like the market is still a little bit on will at wants to do and that the guy in comes from that daily candle it was selling off it had broken. The pride is low. it was. The friday was down. Four point five percent down over three percent at one stage there yet. We bounced back. I want to look at the journey of bitcoin. What it did throughout that some threat session. All to for example there was a little high low in ohio and of course it's not the cleanest clearest transnational another trend that. I'm looking to try but a detroit. Sell off a guy from the cradle zayn and filed. It did not get to move law. The market decided out to the market saw that not. We're gonna continue to move higher. All is it just david pullback before the next ditlow these are things that are right now right now. I certainly still short tried. I have a couple of the that are their modest but a guy. It's the clarity of direction is just not really strong right now especially given yesterday's selloff in pull back up to closing strong will was closing strong close than where it was at its lows of course and of course the ball. We've got something very similar again. Bitcoin was up one point. Two percent closed. I ten thousand five hundred forty. Where now down point four four hundred and seventeen and not ready telling me too much a guy like i said the The cape point ready. The high obviously is closed. Eighteen thousand six hundred thirty bragged that with what you see it. Climb back towards nineteen thousand but again the the there is not a real strong confirmation there of trend on a theory actually looking for short. Yes tonight closed up three point four percent and the guy just to talk you through. I will let kendall tells me from. Its lies to its close. It recovered point full sent. That's my main fate. That's a big move under though it didn't close up three point six percents nothing to be studied that Dying in that cradles the two days still hanging in there with could continue to console it for a while but if the high of yesterday's candle for seven twenty six we might see further nothing really special that exile pay close up four point two percent yesterday which ends up being recovery was on its lies. Fifteen point five percent a big recovery from excel pay still continues to be a quad volatile. Dies saying some big moves up and down quite frequently. There are fifty seven point six cents carney game and one percent today so far with them only just opening about forty minutes ago Bitcoin cash. I'm not really interested in bitcoin. Cash still back within that channel and it's very messy now. It closed up point full of percents stick with the same fame That was a recovery from its lies of five point six seven percent where two hundred and sixty nine dollars right now which is flat on the lot going closed up point five of a percent and as much as there are lower highs and lows and a twelve hour clearly showing downtrend. There's no notebook leah a great short traits to meet the staging a guy and just requires a little bit more patients and two white to say if that market can deliver. What is that. We're off to in terms of confirmation of direction. A guy from its lawyers to where it closed way recovered seven point five percent at seventy seven dollars and eleven so right now down point four percent on the day Still busy guy. Still very messy shot up point three percent yesterday. The recovery on yesterday was fox. Six percent there's not much interest for me for aol. Still it's just not ready. Got himself in any sort of position to be. I guess capturing more tension to eighty rot now. This one of the closed down it closed down one point six two percent now the recovery for they a very messy job was also six point two percent. It's a very horrific looking shot. It is really really ugly. It's lacking a great deal. The four there is a down trend. somewhat it's just not very good in. It's not a child i'm really Sorry considering for any directional trading he hundred sixty nine ninety four Cost to buy one right now. bonnets pulled back the twenty seven dollars closing the One point seven percent which also recovery was from its lows on that support roughly around about full point seven percent. It's the only one in the top ten currently up at some point one of the percents not a great deal and at the twenty eight dollars and nineteen cents a game. A market looked trend. Number four is not bad but without support twenty seven. It's not one that i'm going to be. I'm able to thrive myself out. If i'm honest. Cow donna no no the daily it was up. It was well full point eight percent at a giant recovery from its lies and thirteen bounce back. Thirteen point eight percent from its To where it closed a guy hip. It is a bit choppy. It is a bit messy much assignments. You pretty much majority of the market. There is potential for a shorts It's just it's the now that's really the one that would have more attention more than any of the other time frames at this stage but a guy white for that confirmation. Fourteen point six cents is what will cost you to baucau donna right now which is down point. Six seven of sent yesterday for lake. It was well a three point. Eight percent and the recovery from its lows. It isn't a bit of a downtrend. Rotten handle the smoothest but today recovering from life is nine point six percent of a strong rejection of those laws which is pretty much saying across the entire market yesterday so much we have seen a little bounce off. We're gonna continue haro Pullback for more down with momentum

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Pizza Hut co-founder dies from pneumonia

Bob Sirott

00:22 sec | 11 months ago

Pizza Hut co-founder dies from pneumonia

"Died. Carney and his older brother borrowed $600 from their mother. You open a beer and pizza restaurant in Kansas in 1958, and they've later franchise. The first Pizza Hut in Topeka, Carney brothers, So Pizza Hut in 1977 for $310 million Carney died from pneumonia yesterday at the age of 82. I'm Steve Christiana Jun

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"carney" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

15:35 min | 1 year ago

"carney" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

"Andrew. Brandt hope you enjoyed the two weeks previous with David? Faulk talking about Michael Jordan. The last dance is over. At least for US live watching now moves to net flicks the ten part Docu series about Michael Jordan. Last and a team is over so really hoping joy. David faulk parts one into the rolling interview so much insight that he has into Michael Jordan and the representation business basketball in itself. We move on to some different in minute. We're presented as always bet online your online sportsbook experts of course always the exclusive partner. Podcast one sports that use that Promo Code podcast one that online interesting guests for you today because the obsession in the early part of the quarantine. This spring has been netflixing tiger king. I think something like a hundred million people downloaded it watched at least one episode and while. We're all quarantined. And it's cute and seeing the Tigers and seeing the baby cubs and seeing that I guess likable at least empathetic character of tiger of Joe Exotic in Jomaa Nado Passage there's more to it and I saw an article about an animal rights lawyer name Kearney. Nassar she's currently teaching at Michigan State University School of law. She is a foremost expert. One of four people teaching this subject as Professor in the world she has all the information on Joe Exotic in fact brought the case against him and she knows the truth behind him and the truth would more in a positive light about Carol Baskin and Tiger Sanctuary. But it's a deep dive into these roadside zoos and the the puppy mills for Tiger says she calls them. I saw the interview with her out. There and I said this is someone that can really bring light to what we've heard about and read about in seen during this quarantine period which is the the Joe Exotic which is the Tiger King. So this is a real insight pulling back the curtain on what really happens with the world behind the tiger king. Thought she's a fascinating interview without further. Ado Animal Rights Lawyer Carney. Ns Sir so welcome to the podcast. Karn Nassar great to have you if you so much for having me Excited to be here and get into how this all actually relates to fort. Well it's been quite an quarantine as everybody knows. I know everyone's feeling like they WANNA get out. It's been enough. Hopefully we've turned a corner on this but early in the national state. Hormonal order seemed like everyone was gravitating to the net flicks. I guess call it. A docu series called the tiger king. And as I said it's this mullet wearing roads I'd zookeeper known as Joe Exotic and everyone got into it and it was kind of entertaining way to pass the time and to sort of debated in social media. But you sort of look deeper into it and then you get into issues which are so much on your radar about this person specifically will talk about and then wildlife tracking in general. So you're now an animal a professor at Michigan State. But you were familiar with this Joe Exotic way before this net flicks teen minutes of fame. He's had tell us about that. Yeah I mean I'm more than familiar. I'm the attorney who pitched the wildlife trafficking case against him to the Department of Justice Antonin Service. So the you know heart. At his conviction. Several years of his conviction is the result of an investigation. That was going on for years before the murder for hire Ever even happened so this was all the prosecution against Joe was in the work ever since I know that a red flag in one of the transfers of big cat from failing facility up in northern Merisi Anna to his side view in Oklahoma and I took the evidence to federal prosecutors in Lafayette Louisiana automatically family was sufficient reason to open investigation but felt like the case would be better situated up in Oklahoma which had been my along And so they made a clatter request to federal prosecutors in Oklahoma City and they started their investigation and her we are now and so is going to be spending the next twenty two years in federal prison so when you mentioned these inconsistencies in the paperwork about about this shuttered facility now northern Louisiana. What exactly what he was doing. Was it what we saw on the series and the way he treated. These cats took away their young. Well honestly what? We showed what he actually did pay in. All I can try to set that content on social media it would get fan because Tiflis Houston the animals that was going on with sober task. the US Department of Agriculture had four open investigations into this is an agency that gets repeatedly criticized by its own internal auditors. For failing to do its job but the situation at Joseph was so bad that they had not one not two not three but four open investigations for his. Chronic failure can meet the bare minimum standards of care for animals And there were twenty three tighter who died in rapid succession in his care. And that's just a little bit of of the problem. I mean as as the prosecutors through throughout the case He was killing tiger in violation of federal endangered species. Act in order to make space for more And instead of seeking she's got permits to purchase and sell tigers which he never would have met the criteria to obtain from us fish and Wildlife Service. You have to show like the the data. He's activists point has banned the commercial trade in Tigers. Nobody can import them. Every single title here in the United States is captive fresh But you're supposed to seek a permit if he wants to do anything that's otherwise so hinted under the endangered species act but it has to relate back to some sort of benefit to the species at large the way people like Joe got around that and this is what federal prosecutors also proved is that they falsified paperwork and they say they're making donations of cats or that they'd have only being spent somewhere temporarily for exhibition when in reality what they're doing is purchasing and selling in cash and then falsifying the paperwork so that would be other that as crimes for which she was convicted and that's the type of that's what I had noticed in the transfer of cat from The facility in Louisiana had come down You know we all we all know that that. Lsu Has the Tiger Tiger Mascot here in Baton Rouge there are also for a long time was a tiger in a gas station in Louisiana. May Tony and ponies. Owner has been found in violation of State Law. The permit he had to keep bat was Validated and we were ready when I was working at the animal. Legal Defense and taste Tony's who a huge sanctuary in Colorado beautiful accredited sanctuary on seven hundred acres And it's sort of true Louisiana political fashioned rather than comply with a court order by the law. Tony's owner when his State legislator and ask him to introduce something that would get him a retroactive exemptions in the law and in that legislative process he brought Joe Exotic Down Louisiana to be his expert witness as to why it's awesome to have tigers indexation And that was Joe's introduction to the folks in northern Louisiana who were also at the hearing And they were. They were failing they were having a lot of problems. Complying with The Federal Animal Welfare Act. They were shooting lions instead of providing them with veterinary care if it's too expensive And then Joe came into a bunch of cats Back into Oklahoma so that was really sort of how this all kicked off in that transfer wasn't particularly unique. I mean this is as the judge said if offensive hearing that I attended for Joe in January. If you're you know Joe who's involved in systematic traffic of endangered species like he was the epicenter of a lot of tiger talking in the United States that reaches its tentacles into virtually every state in the country so You know this was. He was charged and convicted for just a very very small fraction his federal crime. I saw a note from your interview with that you give to the NBA Journal. That really sort of struck me. You said and I quote you. Roadside zoos operate like puppymills for big cats female. Cats are used to breed and spend their lives confined a tiny cages their offspring or removed immediately upon birth shortly thereafter. So the process can begin. Gam- it did make me recall. A scene in the tiger king were female cat gave birth and within seconds they were using some tool to pry away that baby under the Under the fence and then it just really made me think so. This is this is happening and you say these roadside zoos. I mean are there a lot of them beyond Joe? Exotic are is this. Is this a business out there that people were trying to prevent from operating? Yeah any facility that allows you take a photo or bottle feed or have cut. You know cuddled time with tiger. There's some facilities that even offer swim with tigers even was depicted in anti Cain Any of these societies are involved in that premature maternal separation where babies are forcibly Yankee away from their mothers and then steals hydros impregnated. The whole cycle continues to repeat itself And they're involved in supporting the exotic pet trade when these cats get too big too expensive to be used for petting. Then we see you know jokes shooting them The or they dumped in the pet trade term for people who are looking for exotic pets. You know Shaquille O'Neal insiders and There are a lot of people who think that it's really cool. But you can't get a tiger from a reputable Sicily know as aza accredited zoo. No accredited sanctuary is going to supply tigers as pets but a tighter cost ten thousand dollars a year just to feed and under the federal animal. Welfare Act a tighter can only be used for cub heading which you know. Each of these cubs petty sessions can generate sixty few over. You know a thousand dollars just for one session and records have shown that these facilities use these policies should be in quiet. Dark areas with their mothers They have you know in their immune system having develops Used up to sixty times a day so you know she just an extremely lucrative for these roadside zoos but once they hit that about twelve week mark then it becomes a violation of federal welfare to offer public. Contact too dangerous for public And so when they just become a financial drain. So you'll see that a lot of the tiger she become very readily available in the pet trade. Are you know four months old six months old a They're they're no longer useful. You can get a tighter penned. Who's about you know six months old for less than a Lotta people pay for their dog album hundred bucks even free Enzi don't have meaningful laws in place in the United States. Track where these tests are going It's a very of the existing loss fraught with a lot of loopholes and the the US fish and Wildlife Service has not overseen the transfers of these tasks As it should be and so now we have this sort of black hole than a lot of these. Tighter has fallen into They've been they've been bred. Rapidly like said puppymills style For competiting for the this this business I mean one. Tighter cubs can potentially heels after a million dollars in revenue for us. I do so you know. They are huge moneymakers but then they get into expensive and I send them somewhere And that's when they fall into by call and who is responsible for enforcing these use sucked about you. Talk a lot about the animal welfare. Act IS IT at a state levels at a federal level. Are they doing enough? It seems like it's pretty lax and this is where I know you get involved but who is trying to deal with this puppy mill style. A breeding tigers. Who's out there? Trying to enforce this patchwork of laws there. Two primary federal laws that pertain to the The use of tigers in slices and cub petting the first one is federal animal welfare. Act THAT I mentioned it's enforced by the US Department of Agriculture. Or you know ostensibly enforced and the Animal Welfare Act if it doesn't have tigers regulations so it's not like it has requirements that Relate to specific complex needs of a cat. It's regulations like making sure. Animals have water food space to stand up turnaround the white down. They see that every now and then so the regulations that they're really like very low threshold regulation. There are only about one hundred. Usda inspector for over five thousand regulated emphases and so..

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"carney" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"carney" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Did it happen or was it just like something you were thinking about. I'm a real oxytocin and all that does that raise you up or now. I think for the moment but I don't know how long oxytocin lasts you know. It's I think that bursts. Oh my God that was good. That's the little lightening Bolt I was talking about. Just get a little Utah whom you get a little something and then it goes away and so how do you recreate that and and let those chemicals may be linger longer. I don't know and that's what I'm always trying to figure out so I'm always working on on different combinations of things to make the lightning bolt. Stay longer okay. You have to listen to the interview. Dr Paul Zach also known as Dr Love but not love line He's the guy who's sort of popularized oxytocin. He spoke to the bulletproof conference and I first met him and and he just hugged me and I was this weird dinner thing with John. Levy where you're not allowed to say who you are or what you do until after dinner so you're making dinner together with all these people who do stuff but wait let it can. I interrupt you. The fall in that is no one who's not doing well. We'll go to that so you know. Everyone's going to be doing well yeah. I'm a garbage man only but you just have no idea apparently there were some famous people. I didn't really recognize very many famous people but I did call. One of them was an actress on Mike because you're really short therefore you must be an actress because all the actresses are really short because they look bigger on film other than that. I have no idea but Paul Zach was there there and he has video that ended up playing at the conference ninety percent of people who watch this one minute video have a huge rise in oxytocin just just from this video of a kid with disabilities who's getting attention and love and things like that like. Whoa so you play it and you see the whole audience of thousands of people are just sort of sitting there like my heart is open. I feel so good but you would love that because he talks about like what a hug will do oxytocin so if you're trying to if it's oxytocin making you not depressed arrest hey. This is kind of interesting but I'm I'm sort of looking for your hacks and right now. We know you don't do coffee but I'm about fix that. We know that you ED stands. Do you like avoid French fries or eat extra cheesecake or do you have any nutritional things that help with your depression well. I seem to lose my appetite when I'm depressed oppressed which is good and bad good because I'm ridiculously thin and women are so dumb of me bad because I don't get all the nutrients and all the good things that might brain needs but I tend to crave things very high in fat because I don't eat often so I don't really watch what I eat because of not eating off and so when I do we all eat whatever it is that I want so I I do bad things. I eat lots and lots of McDonald's but I do it because it's almost almost like a taking Zanex for me. It calms me. I think it's the nostalgia the taste of familiarity if I'm having things -iety and I go I don't every time but occasionally I'll be having such bad anxiety and I'll think a cheeseburger with extra pickles a medium fry and an Orange Soda will will cure this in a does I'll go. I'll get satisfied. It makes me feel cozy and warm and then I feel better so I know it's not good for me but I could be doing a lot worse at the same time but it's also you know like not good. When the next level of worse would be the drugs you know like McDonalds McDonalds drugs you know so it's not great but it's not the worst a lot of clinically depressed people end up with with addiction of at a minimum nicotine and certainly alcohol and then there's all sorts of other drugs you know a lot of times. It tends to be crystal meth right because it's it's an upper like I've feeling depressed so give me some coke and things like that. has that ever been something. That was a part of your life struggle with her. Are you like no. I dodged that bullet. No I dodged that bullet and thankfully because of shame and that's why I that's why I promote shame. I think shame is so oh healthy so I had never really gravitated toward drugs. It's never been my thing. They've always felt very dirty and shameful and scary to me and I think the shame has kept me away and and I know that you know depression does take you to dark dark places so I'm not saying that that's not a possibility but what I've tended to do. You and I don't do it often. I do not have a drinking problem at all but for when I'm having severe anxiety I have noticed a do tend to want to get a drink but I never let that go out of control and again. It's because of the shape thing. I never wanted to be hiding something that I do. I never want to be embarrassed if something that I do. I always want to be proud of myself so I try to keep those as a constant in my life the the level of of integrity and things like that so that I don't go to those darker places and it's really hard not to but a shame that keeps shame keeps me healthy. It really does wow that is that I'm trying to think of the right word I ah I think that's pretty fucked up. That was probably the right word. I thought wow I used to. I used to have a lot of shame. I I don't anymore. I just I look back on it and it. It certainly can be a motivating thing when you think about it. It just comes at a at a cost right yeah in too much of it as bad and then again balance. I think is so important if you are completely shameless. I don't think that's healthy and if you're completely full full of shame. I don't think that's healthy. My mom is someone who has way too much shame and so she can't really live her and she shouldn't have any shame. She's a perfect little church mouse and does everything right but shame keeps her in a box and if she didn't have this shame it would also maybe make her you know a wild child living an unhealthy life so it's a balance and I think I have a really really good ratio of shame versus not shame mm-hmm but it's it's necessary for Shard from anyway how did that shame and depression all this stuff how how did that affect you because you recently lost a co host and your your podcast like through a what was was probably suicide that could be destabilizing for someone who's not depressed and you seem like you're handling it. Okay what what happened to you when that happened happened so I lost my co host to my up. The ask women podcast the dating not that podcast. I'm I had another podcast. Carr's called mentally chill and the Isla was in parentheses and so it was about depression and her name is Stevie Ryan. She was such an amazing being beautiful hilarious charismatic woman and and it was really really difficult to go through through obviously but I think it's been two years so I think it's the time does help. Obviously the wounds will always still be there but it made me look at myself in a mirror and it was I was seeing good things and I was seeing bad things because I do think stevie and and I were very very similar and she did take her own life and because of the similarities I realized a few things one when she she looked at herself inside depression and someone else looked at her and saw depression they could not grasp. How could this person with all of this go all the the thing? She has going for her and all the things that she's achieved. How could she possibly depr- depressed and so I use that as a motivation within myself to you say from the outside. If I took my own life people would say the same thing about me and so made me come to terms with being proud of myself and and being okay with believing in my achievements and not downplaying them but then also was is a mirror reflection for me in a bad way where it was I do the same things that she does and she just committed suicide so I need to alter remind behavior clearly so I was supported a lot through people. I went to therapy a lot. I did actually have to increase my antidepressant dosage. I did a lot of different things to cope but now I do believe because it's been two years I think the time has made it easier to not forget about but to remove yourself from so I I think I've put it in a little compartment in my brain and and moved on from it even though I know that compartments still there so you you basically up your meds and did some work on processing processing it and and moved on and then eventually lowered your medication. I actually yes I did. I went off of it which is a really bad idea. and I did go off because I lost my insurance and I couldn't afford it and so my heart goes out to anyone who's in that scenario but that was a bad ad there was a bad bad idea bad idea. I'd go into the credit card debt versus the depression so I did go back my medication and I'm actually back at the same dose that I was at the time when I increased it okay yeah. It's it's sad how the US has changed the way we we support the poor people with mental illness whether getting all the way into the homeless thing. It's one of those things where shouldn't be an economic burden because it's in all of our interests to have people are depressed people functioning well and society versus struggling just it doesn't make sense to me even the grocery store more pleasant yeah exactly one one of my goals with with bulletproof is. I want a world full of people with more kindness and it turns out being well-fed is one of the easiest things that will make that happen but not being depressed when when we know what's going on and we know what will make you better I. I think we should help people with that now being being a comedian. I I've had J. P. Sears and Kyle cease or a couple of communities have been on the show who were friends and they both have evolved sort of a personal development angle and Jim Carrey is another example of someone like that. WHO's gone from sort of a little bit silly to a little bit more. He still silly but you know he. He's got a kind of a spiritual side to to what what he's doing. Now D- feel like you're on that sort of Pathak as you you dig deeper in the roots of your depression and in your comedy and all that stuff after years sort of evolving as a human being someday you're going to have white robes and candles and stuff or are you just like not going in that direction well..

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"carney" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"carney" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"My friend. Kristen Carney is a comedian writer radio host. She's co-hosted on love line with Dr drew who you know. And she's also been Adam Corollas sidekick on the Adam Corolla show. She's got a lot going for. She's smart. She's beautiful. She's funny. And she's also depressed, and this has been something that's followed her for awhile. And recently the specter of suicide hit much too close to home. What I really love about. Kristen is that she never tries to sugarcoat anything. She so open so candid, it's impossible. Not to do exactly the same. When you're with her, which is what makes this conversation with her so valuable whether or not you suffer from depression. You know, someone who does or you're only glancing at it from afar, this is one of those conversations that's worth being part of and I'm honored to do. So with you here today, of course, aside from an inside look at phenomenon that affects millions of people around the world, we also dive into some practical that all. All of us need to be doing to stay even keel and mentally chill after the show. You'll be better equipped to deal with your own emotional states as well as those of others. And for that reason this episode for me was particularly impactful. All right. Here's Kristen Carney. So you started doing mentally chill with your friends Stevie Ryan who a lot of us might know. She was a youtuber she had her own television show. She seemingly had a lot of stuff going on. And and we lost her somewhat recently. So this is sort of there's a is it a cruel? It's not irony. It's a cruel. Yes. It is a cruel irony that we're doing a show about depression about somebody who is depressed about two people who did a show about depression and actually suffered from quite deeply. Yeah. I mean the circumstance surrounding doing a podcast on depression. And then having your co host take her own life was I mean, it's horrific. But then also totally surreal. Yeah. I can imagine it. It seems so strange because of course, a lot of people are going. I don't understand she had everything going for her because she was successful. Right. But that's not really the cure to this. And and it highlights the idea that it really doesn't matter. How much you have going for you? I mean, we only need look as far as Anthony bourdain to see that you can be successful as you want and still be really unhappy. Absolutely. The thing with her that was so life changing for me was not that her and I were similar. She had a lot more going on. She was a lot more successful. She was much prettier. She was really really funny, but she was a little bit of a mere for me because I looked at her life as my end goal of no longer being depressed. And once she turned out to be, quote, unquote, the more depressed one we actually used to do a segment on the podcast called who sadder, and it started because we were jokingly going back and forth competing with who sadder her or I and then she committed sewage. Aside. And so clearly she won the depression contest. And I had to step back and look at myself as someone would look at her because I looked at her. And I thought there's no way in a million years. She would be that depressed hater self that much hate life that much based on all of the physical evidence. I'm looking at. And then I realized people would look at me the same way and not, of course, the extent because I didn't have the the same following and an spotlight on me by any means, but her and I have a similar physical, look, and we have a similar sense of humor and. I started to think. Wow. I see why people look at me and go why are you depressed? I started to have that mirror reflect back to me. Yeah. I can understand how cause logically. We're going to look at someone and go there's no way it. That's why these high profile suicides always take everybody. Somehow. They're still surprising. They shouldn't be I suppose, but somehow they still are because people say what a beautiful soul. Everyone liked him. He was so successful..

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