19 Burst results for "Craig Miller"

"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"And it just keeps going. It's like it was an hour and a half that I had to sit there. I had to deal with the shenanigans, the tomfoolery, the aftermath of what happened at first. Three minutes of this episode. Andy is a true artist. There are so many revelations in this. Let me tell you. This is the reason why you should actually go to Patreon dot com so it's kind of funny to watch the show. Because I'm here doing my work yesterday. You know, I'm recording a video recording video. I'll talk about what that video is. I'm recording a video here. I'm doing work. I'm doing my job. And then I just hear just crazy sounds coming from the office. So both roger enjoy going, what the fuck? What's happening? What the fuck? And I come out and I'm like, what's going on here? And they're like, Greg just did XYZ thing. And I'm like, no, he didn't. And I go back and I watch it, I'm like, yo, only live, you know, like the fact that the fact that they saw that live, and the Patreon audience got to see that live. What an incredible moment. Yeah. Honestly, go check that out. This image just right here. It's great. You know, one image is worth a thousand words. Just Nick's face is worth a thousand words there. You don't have the thing is everyone's crediting Nick's face here. Which is a good face, but I really want to bring attention to the freaking satanic. You look at this and you can hear this picture. You look at this and you can smell this picture. That hot copy. Craig Miller, the hot coffee. Of course, the picture's worth a thousand words. A video is worth a thousand pictures. So go check out that video. Thank you to our Patreon producers, Morgan Lorraine.

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"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Three or a stand-alone game. Blessing at aye junior, Craig Miller. Before you is the red pill and the blue pill. Do you want to talk about the remake remaster? Or do you want to talk about the multiplayer game? I want to talk about the most multiplayer game first because for me, that is the exciting part of this. That's the part where that's something that I've been asking for. And I think we've been theorizing about, right? As we've had reports before, about gorilla hiring for multiplayer. I think the natural conclusion is, oh yeah, make a co op horizon game. Make a horizon game that functions like monster hunter, where it is. You going out with your co op partners, you going and hunting, maybe big mechanical beasts, right? And firing off their parts, collecting different parts of these beasts, essentially having it function like a monster hunter game, right? But in horizon. I think that's a really good evolution of what the franchise can be. And it also fits with what we know about PlayStation and where they're trying to go with their suite of life service, multiplayer games. I think the question for me. We're gonna come in. Remember, more than a dozen live service games come on, more than a dozen. And I think that's where this gets interesting is, does this fit in that live service model? Or is this just a multiplayer game? Like monster, you're more with monster hunter person than I am. Monster hunter, would you describe as something that is life service, games and service type game, or would you describe this? Co op multiplayer. I mean, I'm sure this is one of those things you can argue about all day long. Personally, I would say it's a multiplayer game. It's not a games that service game. But games as a service thing, I think, is there's a daily update to the store. This is what's happening. We're doing this thing. Multiplayer multiplayer games like this and what monster hunter does. And granted, just for the record, of course, I played a lot of world and I reviewed the PSP games. So if you're new around here, I'm not the monster hunter guy. But you figure they do giant expansions that drop. And yeah, there's like daily quests and stuff like that. But it's not like the login, battle pass, this is what's going on. That's the I think of games as a service, right? What's trying to bring you back every time? Yeah. But even with that, I could see them. I can see how they could evolve it, even talking about expansions and dailies and stuff like that. I think that is an easy thing to roll in with. All right, and we also have a four to 5 year plan with this thing, where it is. With each expansion, you're getting a new area. You're getting a new type of monster monster hunt, and you're getting new characters to meet in these different tribes and villages and whatnot. I think there's a lot you can do with that with horizon and PlayStation very obviously wants to make horizon even more of a core thing than it already is. Because at this point, I'm putting horizon in that conversation of, okay, this is a core PlayStation franchise. For sure. You have the prestige game. They have the movie. It was a movie or a TV series. I was Googling as you might see. I think before we go any further, I'm gonna toss my coin in that I think, isn't this the Amazon Prime series? I think that's got a Amazon. Is that got a war Fox? I think that's got a war. There's so many announcements. I think horizon is Netflix and I think it's a series. Yeah. But they have that going on. And now I think we're seeing them take that further. In a way that fuck yeah, Netflix your honor. It's the Netflix one. In a way that, again, I make this comparison all the time, but I think it's becoming more. Gooseberry on YouTube says fake camera. I'm a fake streamer, all right? I'm a fake content streamer. I know the game's still fine. I got that cold. Oh, we got twisted metal coming to peacock. We got a horizon on Netflix. We got a war on Amazon. This comparison is becoming more and more apt as we go, but I think they are really Nintendo flying their franchises in a way where it is. Nintendo, you look at Mario and Mario has the core 3D game. They have a 2D game. They have Mario maker. They have Mario party. They have Mario kart, right? They are, they have a movie coming up, right? They're expanding the range of, hey, what are all the different ways we can use this one IP and get everything, everything out of it. You're seeing that happen with horizon and I think in some ways that is smart in the case of, yeah, make a horizon Netflix show and also yeah, make a horizon multiplayer game. But I think that then snowballs into, all right, let's take a rise of zero dawn, a game that came out 5 years ago and make a PlayStation 5 version of it so that it can maybe come around around the same time as a TV show. And also so that we can have a version of horizon that is on par fidelity wise with horizon west, which if you ask me if we need that, I would say no, we do not need that. Horizon Zero Dawn is very playable. This is the whole thing where we're just doing a copy and paste of the conversation about the last of us part one. Right. Where it's like, back to the futon on Twitch, set in the live chat on Twitch. It says, this is IMO, a worse choice to remake than tea loop. If it's just a remaster, it's fine though, which is hilarious that you're like, I can let her remaster it. I don't ever. PlayStation is clearly doing exactly what you're talking about. They're lining it up so that they are the PlayStation suite of IPs. You know what they are, you see them on TV, you see them on Netflix, we need look, no farther than what, two weeks ago, for cyberpunk edge runners, right? People went and watched that show. They went back to the game, highest concurrence of all time. So yeah, of all time. So you look at it here, right? And you're going to say, okay, well, horizon's getting its own show, it is a beloved PlayStation franchise already. Why not put it out? 'cause just like the last of us, they want you to finish the last of us, watch the series on HBO and then go, that was great. We should buy a PlayStation 5 if these are games and you go to the store and you go to Walmart and this is the future. You buy the PlayStation 5 off the shelf, you buy less of those part one and part two off the shelf and you go home and you play your games.

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"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:44 min | 2 months ago

"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"We love hearing feedback and will continue to work alongside our community, to foster a respectful, collaborative environment, and uphold the competitive integrity of our game, end quote. Post it to Twitter, the statement has been widely commended by fellow developers, including destiny studio bungie and Santa Monica studio creative director Cory barlog. If you're out there on the Internet and you're out there harassing developers, stop being a piece of shit. Yeah. Calm down. It's video games. You're better than this. It's the worst part of this. It's just video games. The worst part of this is I often rationalize it as, oh man, these children are out there acting a fool. And then you look, and a lot of them are adults, and I'm like, oh man, oh man, we're better than this. What are we doing out here? Yeah, this most recent went one from what I can tell stems back to a streamer, you know, an adult streamer who was mad that, you know, his account got locked over a weekend and nobody works on the weekends at response. And there's some other stuff, but that's sort of the TLDR of it. And I was like, it's so just pathetic and sad. And like yeah. Apex legends has been dealing with a lot lately from in terms of harassment because, you know, there's the community has been, you know, like they're not updating stuff fast enough, like they're not updating the stuff we want them to update, like actual feedback, but yeah, it's been a little toxic over the past 6 months a year. Yeah. And the fact of that is it's not even just apex legends. The story mentions how people from people from bungie and Cory balog also were commending the statement. Those are both parties that have made their own statements as well, right? Bungie has had the same thing of being like, yo, calm down everybody. It's not that serious. The core ball leg as well with people harassing Sony Santa Monica about the God of War relief state back in June. The least date. Can you imagine? It's wild out there. And yeah, it's a bummer. I don't understand it. Be better, is really all we can say, be better. Now we got breaking news here. Oh no. It says Chris Pratt Mario voice revealed is this popped in the Doc out of nowhere. I gotta assume Greg Miller added this and there's also a thing that says Kevin play the clip. Kevin, first of all, actually I want you to ask questions. This play the clip. No. This is the clip line. All right, yeah, no, it's about to go. It's about to go. It was just muted and I wanted to make sure we had audio for this. A wizard freaking Gabe. You model four. You motherfucker. No. Greg, send this to you? Hey, I saw Craig Miller typing in the dock. Great for sure. Why did he send this to us? I think he was just having offended. 'cause it's the funniest video ever. That's why I did it. It's TGIF over here. Have some fun, everybody. Oh my God, hi, Carly, it's Greg, how are you? Hi, I'm Italian and I'm very offended. You know what? See what you did? Yeah, then I will gracefully exit. I'll see you later, but I'm just saying, come on now. I know. That's all I needed. You know, after hanging out with Nick for so long, I'm definitely used to it yet. I love it. I love that you chose to put this after the story about dev harassment. You're like, you know what? You said, hey, be better. And I was like, hey, here's a palette cleanser, everybody. Here's something I'm enjoying. I'm enjoying this show and I'm enjoying this clip right now on the Internet because it caught me and it's good. Thank you, Greg. I appreciate it. You're welcome. I love you. I appreciate you. I'll see you after this for family feud. Let's round out the report report

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"craig miller" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

05:38 min | 5 months ago

"craig miller" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"This is unreal. And now we know or at least it's reported that Hunter Biden has a stake in it, a stake in this company. That's receiving some of this oil, I'm almost I'm almost speechless in cinema. The column goes on. The free Beacon reported this. Biden is connected to cine pack through BR partners, a private equity firm. He cofounded in 2013, VHR brought about 1.7 billion $1.7 billion stake in cine pack marketing back in 2015, Biden at one point owned 8 10% Hunter Biden did a 10% stake in VHR partners through his holy own firm called scandals or a skinner tail. LLC. So it's unclear according to this breitbart column. Hunter Biden has a financial stake in the B HR partner. So if some of you are saying, well, there you go. I mean, we're not clear. There's no evidence. Biden's White House has repeatedly claimed 2019 and 2020 that Hunter Biden was out of the equity firm. We can believe what Joe Biden says right and what a crackhead says, all right, we can totally trust them. But Chinese corporate records show he does have a stake in it. The Chinese corporate records show he still has a stake in it. So while The White House continues to avoid questions on the matter, directing people like Peter doocy to, hey, you can ask the, you know, basically ask Hunter Biden's attorney, but we're getting out of this issue. Guys, we're in trouble. We're in trouble. I mean, China is on the march. They are our greatest adversary. And it's almost as if the Biden White House is helping them to become the greatest threat in the world. I don't know if it's straight. Just a blind focus on turning us into this green energy global market. I don't know if it's capitulating to the World Economic Forum. I don't know if it's just straight up demonic. I mean, this is absolutely evil. This is the most corrupt and compromised administration. In my opinion, in American history. This article goes on to say, and I'm quoting, this is Jen Psaki on the first. The president's son is not an employee of the federal government, so I point you to, okay, so basically it's just talking about when Jen Psaki was in The White House and how she directed them to the attorney karine Jean Pierre is doing the same thing. Basically. But this is corrupt as all get out. So here's another story. You don't think we're under great threat with this man? This party, I should say, in The White House because again, just to reiterate, it isn't just Biden. It isn't just his administration. This is the Democrat party today. This is what they want. They are a radical party. They are an anti American party, had tipped daily wire here's their second story. So now, now we now we know at least according to Chinese records that you still get Hunter Biden, Joe Biden, while you're while you're at home, you're trying to figure out how to get from point a to point B and what you need to do to cut back because fuel is so high and it's impacting every aspect of your life. While you're trying to figure out how to cut back, you got a guy that's the selected president of the United States enriching steel and riching his family. While you struggle, this is evil. This is evil. There's no other way to put this. This is evil. This is the most corrupt and compromised administration now compromised. That's another word. So two Homeland Security workers charged an alleged Chinese spying scheme. This according to the daily wire. You actually was originally reported in Reuters, but I'm reading from the daily wire, U.S. prosecutors charged two men with professional ties so the Department of Homeland Security with participating in what federal officials have described as a quote transnational repression scheme, close quote that involves spying on and harassing political dissidents in the United States on behalf of the People's Republic of China. Craig Miller, I didn't expect to hear that name when I first read the story. Craig Miller, a DHS Department of Homeland Security, deportation officer, who has worked out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. George Floyd, Eric, for the last 15 years, and Derek Taylor, a former DHS law enforcement agent in private investigator and Irvine California were indicted on Thursday by a federal grand jury alongside three other men. A story goes on to say and this is a quote from the assistant attorney general for national security Matthew G ocean Olsen, we will defend the rights of the people in the U.S. to engage in free speech and political expression, including views the PRC government wants to silence. That's the People's Republic of China. That's the Communist Party, all right? As charged, these individuals ate it agents of a foreign government and seeking to suppress dissenting voices who have taken refuge here. The defendants include two sworn law enforcement officers who chose to forsake their oath and violate the law. This indictment is the next step in holding all of these defendants responsible for their crimes. So we're going to hold them responsible, but we're not going to hold Joe Biden a Hunter Biden.

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"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

05:00 min | 8 months ago

"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Kissing enough people off. And then the chat there, witness says, is this a KFW promo? Anarchy Monday, Twitch I do. Everyone needs to know if you don't already about Craig Miller is at any moment. He can shift from being Greg Miller to a wrestling personality. And you just gotta kind of roll with it and just be like, okay, cool. He's the old now and he faced her right now live in front of our eyes. He loved to see it. Number 6, splatoon three has a release date, Kevin, I put the tweet in there. It has a little trailer if you want to watch it. They tweeted that Kevin will show you here incoming incoming, but it's like ink incoming incoming splatoon three splashes it down on Nintendo Switch, September 9th, getting early look at the game with this fresh turf war gameplay. And you see this thing here with all the inklings out there, doing their thing, and Andy Cortez, very excited. Very excited. God bless them. Yeah, so this is interesting. The September time slot they've been saying summer for splatoon three. September. Let's push it in, but you know, seasons are weird when it comes to products and video games. And they're just ideas more than they are, like, actually following any real rules of things. But what I think is interesting about this is, in addition to the news of getting the release date for splatoon three, we recently got the xenoblade chronicles three, release date, news of it being pushed up. We know advanced wars is coming. That was pushed back originally. We're starting to get an idea of what and breath of the wild getting pushed out of 2022. We're getting a better idea of what Nintendo has to offer for the rest of the year. But I think it's interesting that today they also announced that they are adding the splatoon two expansion pass to Nintendo Switch online. So when we start looking at what Nintendo Switch online is offering now, this is definitely a kind of one dot com slash you're wrong thing, but like all the major DLC packs for games are now essentially part of switch online. So even for previous games, the exception exceptions being breath of the wild and smash ultimate with the character packs. But the smash thing makes sense to me. Before you go any further and maybe spoil anything else. Band arrests in. Writes into Patreon dot com slash kind of funny games and says hey Greg and Tim earlier this week, Nintendo moved the xenoblade three release date up to July. And I wrote in a speculate that it was because platoon was going to take the September spot. Shout out to me, of course. But more importantly, this platoon two DLC is now being added to the Nintendo Switch online expansion pack making. The first time an old DLC has been added. Do we think that Nintendo will continue to add older DLC titles to the pack as sequels come out. Xenoblade is two DLC or breath of the wild DLC, or is this a one time deal? You were getting close to that too, so I just had to throw it out there. Yeah. No, that's good. And the chat's already your wrong me, Charles Jacobs insane. Pokémon sword and shield isn't in the NSO expansion. So okay, there are actually quite a bit of examples of xenoblade chronicles DLCs aren't in there yet either. And that's you're wrong. And then, of course, bander SN writes in it says Greg said everyone is replaceable, but him, but he specifically replaced himself with the Gina Garcia on PS. I love you back in October when he was taking a vacation or something who knows. It's a great fucking point. Everyone is replaced with turns out. We're wrong. But what's interesting about this is I think it kind of is providing a pattern for us to follow going forward. Let's look at what games are coming out. I wouldn't be surprised. Here we have splatoon three. So splits you into expansions being added, this obviously is the new thing that didn't exist when splatoon two first came out. So I wouldn't be surprised if as we get closer to xenoblade chronicles three, we do get the xenoblade chronicles two DLC. Once we kind of like get a little bit further away from smash ultimate being this the final version that it being added, the challenge packs being added. I'm sure they're still making a lot of money so they wouldn't necessarily want to do that right now. I still believe we're going to get a smash ultimate ultimate edition where it's like all the characters on one cartridge and they rerelease it physically or digitally whatever way they decide to do that. I think that would be the time that they add smash to this. Breath of the wild two. When that comes out, breath of the wild one stuff, like I think it makes a lot of sense and they've just been making those decisions. Pokémon, certain shield, potentially leading into Pokémon. I always forget the names, but the new ones. Ruby and no. Red dog. Scarlett and violet. Thank you. You got me there. You got me with them. But yeah, those Pokémon red dog. But anyways, I do think that this is starting to make sense and again, I've been saying this since day one and people disagree with me, but Nintendo Switch online is a fantastic deal and this expansion pack is just continuing to be more and more worth it for the same cost that it originally was for people. So agreed? There you go, everybody..

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"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

04:28 min | 11 months ago

"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Com slash you're wrong. That's where you write it and let us know what we got wrong as we got it wrong so you can correct for those watching later on YouTube and on podcast services. Nano writes in and says, bless, you said we got Pokémon sleep, but that game still isn't out yet. I don't think I meant to imply that we already got it. I think what I said we got it, I think I was meaning like we got the announcement or the idea of it. But yeah, if we had no Pokémon sleep, of course, I'd be using it, nano. You know, I'm well aware that we don't have Pokémon sleep. Especially because I don't get sleep nowadays, you know? Let's see. Okay, nano. Now you're just now you're just nitpicking nano. Now you're the victim, but I appreciate it here. Tim said legends archeus is one week away, but it comes out this Friday way sooner than it actually feels. That's wild. Wild that it's that suit. Days away. Fuck yeah. Kebab says weta is pronounced weta like wet because I said way to the acquisition was wet additional, what a workshop. The acquisition was wet a digital. What a workshop famous for making swords and I don't know, I don't think I've got that one wrong, but sure. And then Kevin, you say you don't think so, you don't think it's pronounced wetter? No, no. You didn't say it wrong. You say wrong, I think you know. Okay. I didn't notice that either, but whatever. SN says, the Zelda 35th anniversary included the Zelda game and watch in the Zelda skyward sword joy cons, which were dope. There you go. Okay, I thought somebody was kidding with me, but I think they're being serious. Plummers writes in and says, the fourth dimension in 40 is time. So saying that their data is 14 means this video instead of still images. That sounds dumb, that's not something you brag about. Oh man. That's great for kind of funny dot com slash year wrong. This week's host for kind of funny games daily go like this tomorrow, you're getting Greg and Gary with a Wednesday you're getting me and Andy Thursday you're getting Greg and Tim and then Friday. Friday, you're getting me and TM to more Hussein from GameSpot, get hyped for that. If you're watching this live on Twitch after this, is I gotta check the calendar because I think there was a switch up. I think it's Andy and Mike playing a game. No. It takes two. Mike's idiot, yeah, Andy Nick playing, it takes two or Icarus. So one of those, look forward to that, and you wanna catch my stream later, you can subscribe to YouTube dot com slash funny plays. Remember this has been kind of funny games daily. Each and every weekday live right here on twitch.tv slash kind of funny games. We run you through the nerdy news you need to know about. We have a picture on post show for those that I sucked at the soul level Patreon dot com slash kind of funny games. I'm laughing because somebody, some jokes are out there in the middle of my office. Put the word banana. And I don't know who would do something. What do you think it might have been Craig Miller? It wasn't great. Wait that is so what if we went 1100 episodes of the show without Kevin fucking with the doctor that we're reading off? Oh no, we haven't. I've done it before. I think last year we do the nerdy news you need to know about banana. We have a Patreon function. He caught it, though, he got it. I was upset when he didn't because I updated the after this, Andy Nick beat 2021 gave of the year. It takes two. Oh, you updated that? I didn't know. Yeah, I update that. I updated that. So I was like, shit, he's not reading everything verbatim. I write everything down, but I don't read every single thing. I just read it when I just in case. That's really funny. I did somebody to clip out Kevin's little because it is, that's a level of a diaper. But I've known him since I was four years old and I've never heard that. I've done it before. I added the word lightsaber into someone's script and they read it. I can't remember who it was, but they read it, no problem. It was just like, huh? It's just a rather words banana. You just put it in the middle of this script. I love it. Oh man, anyway, banana, we have a Patreon post show for those that are solved at the super level Patreon dot com. It's kind of funny games. So stick around for that. Otherwise, until next time, game daily..

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"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Just a lot of synergy there that I think is very cool. I just did hopeful and every time I'm sure we're going to get to the more stories about this. But in 6 months, are people going to be as fervor as not as, but close enough to where they are right now with halo multiplayer. Because I think that that is the key to being able to say, halo is back, this is the greatest comeback, because there was truly nothing like halo two and threes multiplayer and online. That was a defining moment in video game history. That's changed over time now where we have things like Fortnite and Call of Duty era, Fortnite and all of that now. What is halo infinity going to be? We need to be talking about that 6 months a year from now to be able to say it had to come back. But I do think that we're on that path. And the last thing I want to say before we move on from this is I am so mega interested in Greg Miller's take on campaign because not that it's the whole world's greatest video game comeback. But it would personally be one of my greatest comeback moments ever is if Craig Miller played halo combat evolved from like two years ago and utterly hated it. If you could play halo infinite and vibe with it, 'cause playing through this, I'm like, there's a lot of great hooks here. Like there's a tweet. I forget who made it. Who made the sweet this morning, but somebody was talking about halo infinite in comparison to far cry 6. And far cry 6 is a game that Greg over his paternity leave has platinums. And the person who was tweeting about him was saying, we're saying that he personally liked lithium Brown. He was saying that he liked far cry 6 more than halo infinite in terms of what that open world first British shooter set up was for the campaign specifically. And I saw that Greg like that tweet. But I think that's enough. That's enough to put it there that, hey, there's enough connective tissue probably that Greg probably play halo and like some stuff there. If it is that first person shooter, I'm clearing I'm clearing out bunkers and cams and stuff like that. I think that'll appeal to him. Dude, it's that, but mixed with what we love so much about the classic linear halo mission style. Like they really found a good blend of what I've played so far. I'm super impressed with. And yeah, Greg, Greg's got the itch, man. He gives texted me, you slack and be like, asking questions that shit, I'm just like, oh. I'm gonna bleed green soon, baby. Let's go. Well, Tim, speaking of halo, story number two, halo infinite adding three more PVP modes before the end of the year. This is George Yang at IGN. Three for three industries is planning to release more playlists in PVP modes for halo infinite by the end of this year. These modes include fiesta hell yeah. Tactical slayer aka S.W.A.T. and free for all. However, they won't arrive in time for halo infinite official campaign launch of December 8th. Three four three community director John shek announced that the developer announced the developers plans on Twitter. You also mentioned that a social flair playlist with multiple variations of the mode is being worked on as it was the most requested game type..

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"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"craig miller" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Straight up has Toby dancing vibes, right? His right arm the way he looks so weird. Hold on. Oh, that's such a buddy. Wow. That's such a bumper there there there. I'm Spider-Man, guys. Yeah, and it reminds me it also reminds me a bit of marvel's ultimate alliance, which I think there's a lot to compare to you with Avengers and ultimate alliance just in terms of the type of games they are. And the pool and draw those games, right? Like you're jumping into moms Avengers to basically hop into missions and beat it up and hop out. And I think with that there are varying bars of quality that you expect from that. And from this, even on that level, I'm still like, I'd rather play ultimate alliance like Spider-Man and ultimate alliance than play Spider-Man in this game. Everything they've shown here just seems like a bummer. And that combined with the fact that there's not heavy story content with this job, I think is the ultimate oh man, well that sucks. I think people are already divided in terms of it being a PlayStation exclusive thing. And I think the fact that it's PlayStation exclusive is probably the reason why they're like, well, we can't. Do you have a story content? Because the audience in that way. That is such a problem where it's like that is disservice to everybody, right? Because if you're going to get the rights to Spider-Man, the most iconic marvel character hard stop, right? Like the only other one that could compete at all is Wolverine. And that's not even freaking close. It's Spidey, right? And you're gonna get him. You're gonna make him exclusive, and then you're just gonna do this. And it's like, there's not even story content. We're not even gonna get like the same thing they did for hawkeye and for Kate bishops. And then flexing rockers. Right? And correct me if I'm wrong, but we're not, right? We're just getting Spider-Man in the story content that they've described, like some cardi talks about here. It is like audio logs, essentially, hey, go through and do the uppercut move 20 times to unlock the next leg the next thing in this story story progression and it is you listening to an audio log or reading an email about whatever the next story beat is. And it's not the same as the cap bishop stuff in the Black Panther stuff, which actually had their story content that cut scenes and progression all that stuff. You're missing you're missing out on that content. I think the thing that really makes this one of bummer is the fact that we've heard about it for so long and have been participating it for so long. If this wasn't announced a year ago, and I know they meant to release it way sooner than it's finally been. But the fact that we've heard about it for so long and have had so long to stew on it and think about how, yeah, it's kind of my stuff that is only on PlayStation or whatever, whatever. Even after getting over that hump, I think there's still that element of, well, you know, Spider-Man is still exciting in itself. Spider-Man's hype. Let's pick the game up when I have Spider-Man in it. And the fact that Spider-Man looks like this, it seems like it's not going to be as big of a deal as we all anticipated. I think is the biggest bummer. I think it's just a series of unfortunate events with this one. He just looks also stick to. Like, can you go towards the end of this video? There's all the different costumes we see. Yeah. Which I think is cool. A lot of cool. No, it's definitely kind of cool. But then there's one. That I feel like we were just robbed entirely. Yeah, pause on this. They literally just took shirtless Spider-Man and gave him a shirt. This is fucked up. This fat is Craig Miller. But on a serious note, this isn't the 96 Spider-Man, right? With just the, I'm sorry, this is the cartoon Peter Parker with the mask on, right? Is that what this is supposed to be? I don't know. I don't know. I've never seen him wear this. Vest? I don't know. I don't know. I was gonna say, like, the most disappointing thing though is that it sounds like his traversals gonna be really lame. Yeah, that's the other thing. So sad. PS1. That is Spider-Man one on PS two. The movie game, which I was just watching gameplay of the other day. And even watching the swinging animation in this one, it reminds me of watching that, right? And that's not good. It's not good at all. And again, that's not a thing that's entirely unexpected because of course they didn't get to build the city around Spider-Man, right? Insomnia experiment where that's the thing that they're able to kind of build the game around. So you expect to have some kind of caveat around it, but the way they describe it in the article makes it seem like, yeah, they didn't work well with the limitations they were given, and elsewhere in Simon's article, I recommend everybody go and read the full thing because I didn't include the full thing here. But there are other parts of it where he's talking about how you can run and shit. But there's a certain ceiling to the wall running to where you can't get above 14 stories or whatever on a building. And once you hit that, it is very obviously locked in the way that it feels like there's a glass wall there. It all sounds like a bummer. And it's unfortunate because again, this inspired me, and this is marvel's Avengers. When you say those things, those should have a level of excitement and hype to them that mixes go, oh shit, let's go. I can play Spider-Man and marvel Avengers, but now I'm just like, I don't know, man do I want to play Spider-Man? Why was Avengers probably not if it looks like this? Yeah. But we'll see. Well, Iran can't say that this game is all right by the end of the year. We'll see. Well, Greg would have been such a good transition. I know, right? I would have been such a great thing, but also, how do you think Greg is going to take to this? This is one of the most I really want to know his thoughts. 0% chance he answers, but I'm gonna try. I'm gonna try. 'cause he was the first person I thought about this. Greater than zero. He answers. He's watching, you know? I'd say there's a pretty decent chance. But the chance of him before he goes. This is Greg Miller, a new father, how are you, Tim? Hey, Greg Miller. You know, I know I shouldn't do this, but I feel like I have to. You're live on games daily right now and the Spider-Man gameplay has been released for Avengers. Do you have any quick thoughts on this? Yeah, I think the gameplay was good. I watched the one the only Simon cardi's preview on IGN dot com today on the YouTube. And it seems to be resonating with what we thought.

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"craig miller" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"craig miller" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Up and down are static balance pattern or posture and the dynamic balance or locomotion is what happened. The right foot strikes. The ground ground reaction force. Come up through the whole chain in three d yet three planes a movement. Same thing with lawsuits right versus left upper down. We're looking for where you're leaking okay. Those why on god's green should be trust. You like what's your back. That's great off my background If you go back really far and a four year degree from penn state. I was an early adopter. The system years ago eighteen twenty years ago it must like the techniques. Yeah so craig bueller creek. Buehler's one of his students Break roscoff cranks advanced muscle. Integrative technique is that what he does am. I see the only reason. I ask you his way back in the day. Tim ferriss in his book for our body. Talked about doctor dr thumb. I think he called him. Who would like put his his thumbs in different areas of the body muscle testing relief. Certain muscles activate certain muscles. This guy's name was dr. Craig miller high wound up actually through mutual acquaintance Meaning frank downing utah and have since been down to see him a few times and very lazy the table he does. Some muscle tests even actually digitize the vice where he can contest the muscle and then he kinda like activates. Start get up. You walk you back on the table. that's you know. Essentially my experience best was with dr bueller in salt lake. Got so that style testing. I'm assuming that dr bueller still using He's a chiropractor. Believe background in clinical kinesiology were using the exact same style muscle testing. So that's what. I borrowed from my years when i was doing. Mit yep everything else that i learned back then has pretty much been abandoned. So of looking at muscles as the source as this This piece of the puzzle that to manipulate. We're actually looking at.

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"craig miller" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"craig miller" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Gadget. What we're gonna find out like one of the officials with the ending quote here. Somebody named lundy wagner. Who is that. It's clear that nationally bad actors or attempting to take advantage of any vulnerability across different sectors. Boy isn't that a bureaucrats way. We have a bad system bad actors. We never figured out how to keep fraudsters from accessing the money so yeah we sent out millions of dollars checks to people What are you gonna do. People are food insecure and other people are trying to steal that money food on the gas. Who is the guy who came up with that term. I'm one secure. I wanna find him on home. Hungry was to who yet. What's wrong with hungry. What it means. Food insecure what. What does that mean it means that teetering on the app. I'm hungry right now. My food insecure. Until i get home. Sure i'll call you that if you want. We'll finish coming up. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john champe by six forty five everywhere on the. I heart radio app three days. Welcome back the voice line. People want to be part of it. One eight seven. Seven voiced eighty. Six is the phone number one. Eight seven seven moist eighty six We're dubber nine. I remember us to pull out the stats all the time. A while back california says that we rank nine at of all the states the latest vaccine data residents twelve or older we have vaccinated at least partially that would be at least one shot. Eighty point six percent right of the eligible population at outpaces the rates in pennsylvania. New york florida texas. Where's the herd immunity. Then the all restrictions should be gone eighty percent. That's what that says that thou- she clown said right he's wrong. Oh what do you another expert. Who was wrong. Oaken that bay shocking to say the cdc's revised the efficacy of some of the vaccines even against hospitalizations. Might be lower down to seventy five percent. Yeah the booster the booster announcement any day. Now i think now. Eligible californians who've fully vaccinated is about sixty five percent. But oh here comes the equity metric only half a black latino californians or at least partially vaccines. It's not true. It's only trump voters those asian seventy five percent of asians pacific. Islanders are big jump. Only trump orders are unvaccinated. Either that or we have an unusually large number of black and hispanic trump voters. Funny how they're they're not covered in the same way in the news. they're not satellites. No they always just go for the for the rednecks out in the out in the sticks. Now and those are the ignoramuses guy. Well we leave you with this story. believe it or not anything could be controversial these days no matter what it is even a hurricane. This is nbc news shaquille brewster. Who's on live television yesterday reporting on what was now. Tropical storm ida hitting coastal mississippi and apparently a guy pulls up at a pickup truck and starts yelling at him to report accurately. Here's what we have no. Oh i'm getting all kinds of gestures. Why not he's got a lock back in or something. You'd never do that. The show's over when we after we talked to him i used to lecture. Klay do not always that. What the issue is i. Add up the audio at five. Forty five done for the dan toll collector returns. The little bar came down. Okay you signed back on. let's go we're in gulfport mississippi crag and i'll tell you the biggest sign. The biggest indicator that i saw this morning about the force of the storm last night. Is that the mail. Delivery has returned. We saw postal workers going out delivering mail this morning just a couple of minutes ago. People were walking their dogs. They're back on the beach right now. And that's the sense that you're getting that the rain has stopped. The wind is still going there. I think we even have random person going around. You know i'm gonna turn this way because you know we deal with people every once in a while but one thing that we are noticing. Is that the mayor. Said the curfew is still in effect. The curfew is going to be going on for at least until a period of time in which they can go ahead and go and survey all the damage they did get some reports of downed power lines of some trees that have fallen or at least limbs that have fallen so. They're going to go ahead and do that survey to make sure that they're ok crack. I'm gonna toss it back to you because we have a person who needs. Hey hey hey. Hey hey This is craig miller. We're going to check in with boost. You just make sure all is well. There's a lot of crazy out there. Lot of crazy and bill cairns. Thank you as well again. Make sure shacks okay. The man just kept screaming report accurately. You could hear him in the win there. Well i gotta hand it to shaquille. He just kept going. And i mean even the weather's controversial. I thought the forecast was right on there. Right he was he was just describing. What was around him and what people get angry over weather forecasts that the world is really upside down. Everything now is contested. Yeah we got Conway here hey now. Well it's mark thompson tuesday's so that's exciting. That's like national holiday for everybody except for the people hate mark thompson right. You get a lot of hate mail over mark you do. Sometimes you do right. Look when i when. I said for you guys one day. Which is one of the reasons. I don't do it more. i got an email saying. Hey evidently you got your mom sense of humor. And i hope that last thing you smell because your fake hair burning when you slide into a gas truck and you're stupid convertible pretty good. That's very solid solid fake hair. Oh yeah i sake so that guy to we want. He works here copywriter. I'm we could use that. Wow what did you do. And then we have retired. La city fire battalion chief. Jack wise weiss weiss weiss wise wise anyway. Lsd fifty fire hogs motorcycle club writing to new york city to honor the first responders kill heard about. Isn't that great a great and that's kind of a cool thing. I always thought. I should be like one of those guys who goes to santa monica pierre. And i'm going to you know. Ride my bike across country for a very special cause. And then as i'm driving off the pier. I hit a homeless guy and i i end up in hospital. That's you have. That's why you'd never do it right off the pier. A camera still on me rang guy right all right So that is crazy We got a one of your producers has a a body a guy named aaron who worked Who is over at the couple airport when when the Defecation hit the oscillation. And so we're gonna talk to him. He had him and his family hadn't heard from him. Twenty four hours after the after the explosion. That killed thirteen servicemen and. They were all certain that he was going. Wow yeah all right tonight. Yeah tonight Sixty as a matter of fact right at the top of the hour so moments now okay. I'll be listening. Don't do the loretta sweating on this guy. Loretta swift mcken. I tell you about larosa once long. Run all right goodbye groceries. Got the news of my next and thompson. kfi and koa los angeles county live everywhere on the iheartradio app..

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"craig miller" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"craig miller" Discussed on WBUR

"They may not have known how, um they might have believed it was from a legitimate airstrike, and they wanted to celebrate what one of the members of the platoon called the fruits of their labor. And there were other guys that were in the photo, but felt they couldn't say anything or refused because they had witnessed a murder and they were still trying to process what had happened and what they were going to do with it. But meanwhile, the best thing to do was just quietly go along and pretend that everything was fine. This wasn't okay with members of Alpha Platoon. What kinds of conversations did they have with each other? And with Eddie Gallagher? Later. Right away. The second of command, Craig Miller. He realized this was against everything that the seals believed in everything that they served, Um, you know to to just murder a prisoner of war he thought was so wrong that That I think he was just shocked, bereft. He went almost immediately. He told investigators to tell the officer in command. Uh, the officer in command didn't do anything and so Craig Miller realized he had to address the rest of the guys tell them what happened and say it was wrong and tell them that it wouldn't happen again. But when he was doing this, uh, the day of the murder that Eddie Gallagher actually walked in, walked in on their meeting, and you know, it was all of a sudden hush fell on the room. And they all started to awkwardly leave because no one wanted to confront him. Um But eventually the senior guys Craig Miller and others did confront and say, Hey, Eddie, Like this was wrong. You can't be doing this. Uh, we're not okay with it and Eddie Gallagher acknowledged it at least according to the witnesses and and apologized, But he apologized in an odd way that suggested.

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"craig miller" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"craig miller" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"They may not have known how, um they might have believed it was from a legitimate airstrike and they wanted to celebrate what one of the members of the platoon called the fruits of their labor. And there are other guys that were in the photo, but felt they couldn't say anything or refused because they had witnessed a murder and they were still trying to process what had happened and what they were going to do with it. But meanwhile, the best thing to do was just quietly go along and pretend that everything was fine. This wasn't okay with members of Alfa Platoon. What kinds of conversations did they have with each other? And with Eddie Gallagher? Later. Right away. The second of command, Craig Miller. He realized this was against everything that the seals believed in everything that they served, Um, you know to to just murder a prisoner of war he thought was so wrong that that I think he was just shocked, bereft. He went almost immediately. He told investigators to tell the officer in command. Uh, the officer in command didn't do anything and so Craig Miller realized he had to address the rest of the guys tell them what happened and say it was wrong and tell them that it wouldn't happen again. But when he was doing this, uh, the day of the murder that Eddie Gallagher actually walked in, walked in on their meeting, and you know, it was all of a sudden A hush fell on the room, and they all started to awkwardly leave because no one wanted to confront him. Um But eventually the senior guys Craig Miller and others did confront him and say, Hey, Eddie, like this was wrong. You can't be doing this. Where not okay with it and Eddie Gallagher acknowledge did at least according to the witnesses and and apologized, But he apologized in an odd way that suggested that they were being too sensitive.

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"craig miller" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"craig miller" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"I'm Dave Davies in today for Terry Gross, in 2018 of decorated, U. S Navy seal was arrested and accused of some shocking crimes. Investigators said. While Eddie Gallagher was leading a platoon of these elite commandos in the battle to retake Mosul, Iraq from Isis, he stabbed a defenseless prisoner to death. The accusations came from seals and Gallagher's own platoon, who said he was also known for taking shots at civilians from his sniper's nest, killing at least two. If you recall Gallagher's name, it might be because his cause was championed by President Trump. And covered extensively on Fox News programs. My guest at The New York Times, Dave Phillips covered Gallagher's trial and interviewed many of the Navy seals who leveled the accusations against Gallagher. Philips also acquired much of the evidence in the case, including thousands of documents, helmet, cam images, photos, text messages and video recordings of the interviews that the Navy seals gave two Navy investigators. Phillips New Book is a gripping account of the experiences of Gallagher's unit in Iraq. As well as the investigation and trial of Gallagher and the aftermath of the verdict. Dave Phillips is a national correspondent for The New York Times who writes about the military and veterans from the ground up. He's the author of two previous books and winner of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting. His new book is Alpha, Eddie Gallagher and the War for the Soul of the Navy Seals. I should note that Eddie Gallagher has filed a lawsuit against Dave Phillips and two former secretaries of the Navy. Accusing the officials of illegally leaking information and Phillips of defaming him in the articles. That suit is ongoing. Well, Dave Phillips, Welcome to fresh air. The guy at the center of this story. Eddie Gallagher was a leader of a platoon and of the Navy Seals tell us a little bit about him his background in his his combat record. Eddie Gallagher had been in the seals for years before this court martial case. He joined in 1999 as a Navy Corman, which is a medic and served in a Marine battalion. Before he joined the seals in the seals. He did a number of deployments to Afghanistan as well as other Middle Eastern countries. And by 2000 and 17. When everything happened. He was a chief put in charge of a platoon of about 20. Other commandos and his job was to lead these guys into the fight in Mosul, which was going to be probably the biggest battle of the whole campaign against Isis, and he had really carved out a reputation as As a badass. You know, a guy who was combat tested and hardened a guy who had medals for valor, a guy who was well liked and considered a true seal. There was a story that he liked to tell recruits about his experiences as a sniper about and about the tough calls that you have to confront in combat. You want to share that with us? Yeah, This is an interesting story, and I've had a hard time knowing what to make of it, including whether it's even true. But it was a story. He told his students that he trained in seals, basic training and many of the seals who served with him and later turned him in. We're in that training. He was one of their first exposures to the seals. And he told this story about when he was a sniper in Afghanistan, and they knew they wanted to get a Taliban high value target. A man they considered a dangerous guy. But they believe that this man knew that he was being watched by the Americans because every time he left his compound and went outdoors, he would carry a child with him. And so the snipers watching from a distance, couldn't take a shot. Essentially, the way Eddie would tell it to his students was that the Taliban was using the Americans own sense of decency as a weapon. And so he was protected. And so for days they watched this man and each time he would go in and out of his house with a child. And eventually Eddie just took the shot and whether he intended to or not. The shot went through the child and into the man and killed them both. And he told this story to recruits. To let them know that you know, war is real and war is dark and you are going to have to make choices that that maybe you don't know you're prepared for and he was, by all accounts a very hard dude who took this job seriously and never shied away from those choices. When he gets this assignment to become chief of Alpha Platoon of Seal Team seven. I believe if I have this right, they would do a year of training and then deploy right the extensive training on all kinds of weapons and part of it involved. Getting on this big practice area where there would be rooms with dummies and and maybe real people. You can explain this, but the idea was to Get in work as a team and make quick decisions, distinguishing combatants from non combatants and secure the room with the minimum loss of life. It was challenging what was disturbing about Eddie Gallagher's performance in these drills. This is a practice area that that all of the seals called the Kill House Picture warehouse like building the size of a WalMart, at least made up of amaze of different hallways and rooms that you can watch from above on a catalog. This is the training area where seals would hone all of their quick reaction responses for going after terrorists rescuing hostages and doing it in a way where they wouldn't end up accidentally killing civilians who are in the room. Or just just as big of a risk. Their battle buddies who maybe just a few feet away, and so they would run through drills again and again, having to do everything perfect, you know down to where your middle finger was on the rifle when you went through the second door and they would use dummies sometimes live actors sometimes and when they got to the end of training, they were using live ammunition, all operating together in this area, so it's very high risk, and it's very real to them and mistakes. Have a huge cost. And so even if you're making mistakes before live rounds are being used. If the instructors see you doing what you shouldn't be doing, it should be a very big red flag. Well, this is one of the first areas where Gallagher's men started seeing some red flags because when Gallagher would go through the training and the scenarios There were a number of instances where he shot civilians and shot friendly soldiers in practice and more alarming. A lot of the instructors knew him or knew him by reputation and didn't do anything to sanction him. They just sort of viewed it as hey, who am I to tell her? A guy like Eddie Gallagher kind of a legend in the teams how to do things right. So when it's time to deploy and go over the most Mosul, Eddie Gallagher went over first, along with his chief Petty officer, a guy named Craig Miller. And when the other members of the seal team are starting to come over, Miller alerts to have his senior snipers and says when you guys get her We got to have a private conversation about Eddie. They get to Iraq. What does Miller tell them? I should say that Craig Miller is probably kind of the opposite type of personality from Eddie Gallagher. Eddie was very much a rogue and a pirate and and enjoyed that reputation. A man who was loose with the rules. A man who did fixes behind closed doors to make things happened and the platoon kind of like that, because it was working for them. It had gotten them. The deployment that they wanted, and Craig Miller was really a guy who followed the rules. He was that son of a Navy seal, who then became a cop in Texas..

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"craig miller" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

09:45 min | 1 year ago

"craig miller" Discussed on WBUR

"I'm Dave Davies in today for Terry Gross in 2018, a decorated U. S Navy seal was arrested and accused of some shocking crimes. Investigators said. While Eddie Gallagher was leading a platoon of these elite commandos in the battle to retake Mosul, Iraq from Isis, he stabbed a defenseless prisoner to death. The accusations came from seals and Gallagher's own platoon, who said he was also known for taking shots at civilians from his sniper's nest, killing at least two. If you recall Gallagher's name, it might be because his cause was championed by President Trump. And covered extensively on Fox News programs. My guest at The New York Times, Dave Phillips covered Gallagher's trial and interviewed many of the Navy seals who leveled the accusations against Gallagher. Philips also acquired much of the evidence in the case, including thousands of documents, helmet, cam images, photos, text messages and video recordings of the interviews that the Navy seals gave two Navy investigators. Philips New book is a gripping account of the experiences of Gallagher's unit in Iraq. As well as the investigation and trial of Gallagher and the aftermath of the verdict. Dave Phillips is a national correspondent for The New York Times who writes about the military and veterans from the ground up. He is the author of two previous books and winner of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting. His new book is Alpha, Eddie Gallagher and the War for the Soul of the Navy Seals. I should note that Eddie Gallagher has filed a lawsuit against Dave Phillips and two former secretaries of the Navy, accusing the officials of illegally leaking information and Phillips of defaming him in the articles. That suit is ongoing. Well. Dave Phillips. Welcome to fresh air. The guy at the center of this story. Eddie Gallagher was a leader of a platoon in of the Navy's heels. Tell us a little bit about him his background in his his combat record. Eddie Gallagher had been in the seals for years before this court martial case. He joined in 1999 as a Navy Corman, which is a medic and served in a Marine battalion. Before he joined the seals in the seals. He did a number of deployments to Afghanistan as well as other Middle Eastern countries. And by 2000 and 17. When everything happened. He was a chief put in charge of a platoon of about 20. Other commandos and his job was to lead these guys into the fight in Mosul, which was going to be probably the biggest battle of the whole campaign against Isis, and he had really carved out a reputation as As a badass. You know, a guy who was combat tested and harden the guy who had medals for valor, a guy who was well liked and considered a true seal. There was a story that he liked to tell recruits about his experiences as a sniper about and about the tough calls that you have to confront in combat. You want to share that with us? Yeah, This is an interesting story and I've had a hard time knowing what to make of it, including whether it's even true, But it was a story. He told his students that he trained in seals, basic training and many of the seals who served with him and later turned to me, and we're in that training. He was one of their first exposures to the seals. And he told this story about when he was a sniper in Afghanistan, and they knew they wanted to get a Taliban high value target. A man they considered a dangerous guy. But they believe that this man knew that he was being watched by the Americans because every time he left his compound and went outdoors, he would carry a child with him. And so the snipers watching from a distance, couldn't take a shot. Essentially, the way Eddie would tell it to his students was that the Taliban was using the Americans own sense of decency as a weapon, and so he was protected. And so for days they watched this man and each time he would go in and out of his house with a child. And eventually Eddie just took the shot and whether he intended to or not. The shot went through the child and into the man and killed them both. And he told this story to recruits. Two. Let them know that you know, war is real and war is dark and you are going to have to make choices that maybe you don't know you're prepared for and he was, by all accounts a very hard dude who took this job. Seriously and never shied away from those choices. When he gets this assignment to become chief of Alpha Platoon of Seal Team seven. I believe if I have this right, they would do a year of training and then and then deploy right the extensive training on all kinds of weapons and part of it involved. Getting on this big practice area where there would be rooms with dummies and and maybe real people. You can explain this, but the idea was to Get in work as a team and make quick decisions, distinguishing combatants from non combatants and secure the room with the minimum loss of life. It was challenging what was disturbing about Eddie Gallagher's performance in these drills. This is a practice area that that all of the seals called the kill house picture of warehouse like building the size of a WalMart, at least made up of amaze of different hallways and rooms that you can watch from above on a catwalk. This is the training area where seals would hone all of their quick reaction responses for going after terrorists rescuing hostages. And doing it in a way where they wouldn't end up accidentally killing civilians who are in the room. Or just just as big of a risk their battle buddies who maybe just a few feet away, and so they would run through drills again and again, having to do everything perfect, you know down to where your middle finger was on the rifle when you went through the second door and they would use dummies sometimes. Live actors sometimes, and when they got to the end of training, they were using live ammunition, all operating together in this area, so it's very high risk, and it's very real to them, and mistakes have a huge cost. And so even if you're making mistakes before live rounds are being used. If the instructors see you doing what you shouldn't be doing, it should be a very big red flag. Well. This is one of the first areas where Gallagher's men started seeing some red flags because when Gallagher would go through the training and the scenarios There were a number of instances where he shot civilians and shot friendly soldiers in practice and more alarming. A lot of the instructors knew him or knew him by reputation and didn't do anything to sanction them. They just sort of viewed it as hey, who am I to tell? A guy like Eddie Gallagher kind of a legend in the teams how to do things right. So when it's time to deploy and go over the most Mosul, Eddie Gallagher went over first, along with his chief Petty officer guy named Craig Miller. And when the other members of the seal team are starting to come over, Miller alerts to have his senior snipers and says when you guys get her We've got to have a private conversation about Eddie. They get to Iraq. What does Miller tell them? I should say that Craig Miller is probably kind of the opposite type of personality from Eddie Gallagher. Eddie was very much a rogue and a pirate and enjoyed that reputation. A man who was loose with the rules. A man who did fixes behind closed doors to make things happened and the platoon kind of like that, because it was working for them. It had gotten them. The deployment that they wanted, and Craig Miller was really a guy who followed the rules. He was that son of a Navy seal, who then became a cop in Texas. He was an amazing operator, probably the best close quarter shooter in the whole team, but really believe that the rules were there for a reason, and you operated within them. And when he got to Iraq to take a look around with Eddie before the rest of the platoon arrived, Eddie essentially said, Hey, you know what? We don't have to worry about the rules. The rules say that we need to not get into combat. We need to stay. A kilometer behind the front lines and just advise the Iraqis and the Iraqis will be the ones who do this fight, But we're going to get right up in there and we're just won't tell anybody and we'll get lots of action. And I think Craig Miller was okay with this. But when he tried to ask Eddie Gallagher, Okay, Well, what are the tactics going to be? What is is what do we hope to achieve? How are we going to keep people safe? His leader didn't have any answers. It was just like, go up there and get some and and we'll worry about it later and for the second in command. This was a real concern. He had a wife, who was pregnant. He had friends he had served with for years that he was worried about their safety and he wanted to give everyone a heads up that Hey, all of a sudden, Eddie has changed, and it seems like all he wants his combat. We need to take a break here. Let me reintroduce you were speaking with Dave Phillips. He's a national correspondent for The New York Times. His new book about the Eddie Gallagher case is Alpha, Eddie Gallagher and the war for the soul of the Navy Seals. We'll continue our conversation. Just a moment. This is fresh air. This is Deputy bur online at w bur dot organ on the WB, You are Listen Up coming up at three o'clock on Radio.

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"craig miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"craig miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

"The start of a pattern of disregarding the rules of doing things that could cause trouble and this one seemed isn't but it quickly got dark from there again. His chief petty the chief petty officer craig miller had a concern about it. We don't wanna get a bomb. Dropped on us when they go out under the shield Eddie gallagher kind of appoints himself as a sniper to support iraqi troops which surprised a lot of this healty members because he's their leader. Any hadn't really worked as a sniper for a long time. Got in the habit of doing this. And some of the seal team members became convinced that he was shooting at civilians This is tricky business. He was acquitted of murder at his trial. So we want to be careful about how you know this. But you described at least two cases in which he seems to shoot and kill civilians. It kind of dumbfounded. The platoon that eddie gallagher would be behind a sniper rifle in the first place. He was the chief of the platoon. The boss or a better analogy may be the coach of the team and to leave your guys below in the truck while you climb up to a building and get behind a sniper rifle is a little bit like the coach leaving the players on on the bench and going into dunk. So it wasn't supposed to happen. They were confused about why it was happening. And at first they viewed as eddie being selfish. Eddie wants to get all the action for himself. Even though it's his role is to sit back and coordinate and then it grew from there in really strange ways. So eddie might be up in sniper hide in a building overlooking there might be a couple of other snipers up there and eddie might start firing and claim to the other snipers that he had had shot to isis guys and the other snipers would swing their scopes over and not see anything and day after day. This sort of stuff happened that he would come down at the end of the day and boast about the people that he had killed and the other snipers would quietly say to the other guys like look. I didn't see anything. He was shooting right. But like i think he's making it up and so at first in the deployment. There was just sort of this this overarching feeling in the platoon. That man our boss sucks. Not only. Is he taking jobs. That don't belong to him but he's he's just making up stories to self aggrandize actually enough commanding the platoon right right. He left that to his second in command. You take care of things while while i go up and shoot essentially and it was a of them grumbling about how he wasn't really doing his job and laughing about the ridiculous stories he was returning with every day and they all just assume that that he was shooting at nothing but then one by one. They started seeing that he was actually shooting at people and people that the snipers believed didn't fit the rules of engagement at all. They were nicest they weren't combatant. They were civilians. So let's talk about these two examples. One of them involved an elderly man. What do we know about this. This is a report that came from the most senior sniper in the platoon guy named dylan delay and probably the most proficient sniper in the entire team seven He was watching through his scope. A man standing by a corner in in downtown old mozell a very crowded area of narrow streets and alleyways and he was watching him because he was trying to decide whether he should shoot a warning shot. Not by this point he had seen. Eddie start to take shots at civilians and become really concerned about it..

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"craig miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"craig miller" Discussed on Fresh Air

"This is the training area where seals would hone all of their quick reaction responses for going after terrorists rescuing hostages and doing it in a way where they wouldn't end up accidentally killing civilians. Who are in the room or just just as big of a risk their battle buddies who may be just a few feet away and so they would run through drills again and again having to do everything. Perfect down to where your middle finger was on the rifle when you went through the second door and they would use dummies sometimes live actor sometimes and when they got to the end of training they were using live ammunition all operating together in this area. So it's it's very high risk and it's very real to them and mistakes have a huge cost and so even if you're making mistakes before live rounds are being used if the instructor see you doing what you shouldn't be doing. It should be a very big red flag. Well this is one of the first areas where gallagher's men started seeing some red flags because when gallagher would go through the training and the scenarios there were a number of instances where he shot civilians and shot friendly soldiers in practice and more alarming. A lot of the instructors knew him or knew him by reputation and didn't do anything to sanction him they just sort of viewed it as. Hey who am i to tell guy. Like eddie gallagher. Kind of a legend in the teams how to do things right. So when it's time to deploy and over to mo- most an eddie gallagher. Win over i along with his chief. Petty officer got him. Craig miller and when the the other members of the seal team were starting to come over miller alerts to have his senior snipers and says when you guys get her we gotta have a private conversation about eddie. They get to iraq. What does miller tell them. I should say that. Craig miller is probably kind of opposite type of personality. From eddie gallagher..

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"craig miller" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"craig miller" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Kind of feel for. What does my customer love the most. Can i meet my customers enthusiasm. Because i love this just as much nick. Khan is an agent from cnn. Who is a sas. He is here to do business deal but does he understand his product. Because they're letting the good guys get away. Stu got the discerning wrestling. Fan can see no wait a minute. Why isn't wwe paying their best guys. Why do you think these guys are this interchangeable and then seeing punk is the story of the weekend to god's insports fake sport a fake sport that the most die-hard aficionados would get enraged by calling it a fake sport. One team seems to understand. W is buying up everything. And it is the proverbs gods that i told you about a week ago that you hear throughout sports all the time when people are making religious and spiritual references. First they ignore you then they laugh at you then they fight you then they die. You're watching the top of wrestling get eaten up. Quick l. forty. Bleeping years of vince mcmahon. Putting this on cable television back to when he was just a sideline reporter for this stuff. He was gene. Oakland he was he was just a craig miller vini. He's a sideline host forty years a fat dominating that world and now cashing in on the end of it which streaming. But you've got an agent to run your business and marketers and television people and aws closing that gap fast to answer your question about the wrestlers being interchangeable. I don't think they are. We talked about this with ufc. Earlier with fighters. I believe for the most part are interchangeable. Fan just want to see two guys at an octagon go at it and beat the holy hell out of each other but in wrestling you growing attachment to these guys. Who are wrestling where. I don't think they're interchangeable at all. The business guys gotta understand the heart of that while they don't well but i don't know whether they do or they don't. They're not acting like they do. You've got vince. Mcmahon has an agent running the business side and an agent. Who's making a lot of money right now. Off of all of these deals and aws run by somebody who actually cares about how good the product is and they're not only so invested in the stars they're invested in how the stars are managed bray. Wyatt was a massive star in. Wwe and the fans feel like. They ruined his character arc. You have to build him up. So he is an indomitable champion and then they had him loose several times. They're going well. What happened to my guy. Bray wyatt like well. What happened to them. And they like the booking is a huge part of being wrestling fan and so they screwed up. He's no longer. Wwe fans ended up presenting the company for not handling the guys that they love in exactly the right way. It's been a theme in today's show out of nowhere. Stu gods but i would say leadership across sports during a pandemic when we saw greed at every turn just ravage human bodies in pursuit of profit in the most overt way we've seen in our lifetime reducing it to a business the most important thing for this business and the people running these businesses to monetize those businesses is can you match in your broadcaster. Whether it's tony romo or jon gruden. Pat mcafee enthusiasm enthusiast. John madden enthusiasm. Can you care about this the way your customer does the way your consumer does if you can man. I'm telling you got. I don't think there's anything more important in this. The emotion business. Then that if you actually want to monetize something that is pretty solis. Which is business. If you want.

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Siemens, GE vie for Iraq electricity contracts

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

06:03 min | 4 years ago

Siemens, GE vie for Iraq electricity contracts

"Francisco earthquake. No, not the one from nineteen o six caused by the San Andreas fault. This one was before that in eighteen sixty eight that's when a deadly quake struck along the Hayward fault in the East Bay and cake science editor Craig Miller says the next big shaker will most likely come from there again, and Greg I've always thought that the San Andreas fault would produce the next big one. Yeah. Most people do that. Actually, I think we can thank Hollywood for that. And I'm not saying that the San Andreas fault, doesn't pose a major threat. But if you think about the Hayward fault, first of all it tends to go off big about every hundred and fifty years, and it's are you doing the math here with me? It's been one hundred fifty years. So we're do you think about the Hayward fault is it's been described as the country. Most urbanized fault. It runs north and south down through the East Bay through all of the most developed densely populated areas. Not to mention major infrastructure like an airport railway as a major port. If it breaks with. Let's say a magnitude seven quake it's going to be a major event not just in the East Bay. But throughout the bay area and beyond. All right. So that's pretty scary. What's being done to prepare for it? Well, since the Loma Prieta earthquake back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine somewhere between seventy and eighty billion dollars have been poured into retrofits and different types of resilience strengthening. But at the same time California's been very late in rolling out an earthquake warning system in the city of San Francisco, for example, has just begun cataloguing all of its tallest buildings and kinda valuating each one of them for their earthquake vulnerability. So we have a ways to go that was K Craig Miller. Tiffany

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U.S. reaches agreement over separated immigrant families

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00:31 sec | 4 years ago

U.S. reaches agreement over separated immigrant families

"The American Civil Liberties union says it has an agreement with the Trump administration over the fate of immigrant families who are separated at the US border with Mexico atop ACLU official says that if a federal judge signs off on the agreement families who are still in the United States will have an opportunity to apply for asylum. Even if they've been ordered to leave, but under the pack parents who already have been deported without their children will not be allowed to return to the US except in rare and unusual

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