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6 Best Cloud Mining Daily Payouts Platform

DC Forecasts

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

6 Best Cloud Mining Daily Payouts Platform

"3 p.m. Friday November 4th, 2022. 6 best cloud mining daily payouts platform. Since blockchain and cryptocurrency technology broke records, the finest cloud mining platforms are topics of conversation everywhere. Hash providers provide contracts because they understand that many individuals need reliable passive income from Bitcoin and other digital assets. In this assessment, we examine the leading cryptocurrency exchanges that may serve both experienced and novice investors well.

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Does Crypto And NFT Have A Future In Online Gaming?

DC Forecasts

00:31 sec | 3 d ago

Does Crypto And NFT Have A Future In Online Gaming?

"6 p.m. Tuesday, November 8th, 2022. Does crypto and NFT have a future in online gaming? It has been over a decade since crypto and non fungible tokens NFT entered the digital revolution. Nowadays, they're shaking off outdated technology in the online gaming industry that requires prepayment to play. Hence, online gaming is now becoming an alternative source of income for users. Play turn platforms, such as crypto gaming, Australia, are forming to.

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Trading Advice for Beginners

DC Forecasts

00:25 sec | 3 d ago

Trading Advice for Beginners

"3 p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. Trading advice for beginners. How you choose to spend your free time is entirely up to you. What is important is that you are getting some sort of enjoyment or benefit from it. If you are not enjoying the way you spend your free time, then this is going to harm your mental health. The only exception to this

The Importance of Golf Facilities in College Golf

Fore The People

02:03 min | 4 d ago

The Importance of Golf Facilities in College Golf

"Circling back to the facility thing in D.C.. We had one when I was at LSU. And that was kind of that was 15 years ago. That was pretty much when the facilities that golf facilities, the first class, $1 million facilities for these power 5 schools, pretty much everyone had one at that point. When I was getting recruited tech had one, LSU had one Texas had one up on the state. I had one Baylor. Everybody had one. And you had to, right? To get these recruits. But it's not the facility. The potting group private potting green or the private driving range were just the team members and the big donors can go. It's really not that. What I used at most or was a place where I could go and just kind of be alone. These kids, these kids from TCU, they don't have, you know, others in their own where they live, their house, or whatever. They don't have a place where they can just go hang out with their teammates and know that it's just going to be their teammates, right? Somewhere where they have a locker. Somewhere where they can go and watch a football game where it's just going to be them, they know that. No one else is going to walk into the 19th hole and stare at them at Mira vista or colonial or shady, like what are these guys doing in my 19th hole? They're not supposed to be in here. And that's a big deal. It doesn't sound like a big deal, but when you're 18 years old and you're kind of searching for friends and want a group to hang out with, you need somewhere to go and feel like you belong, right? It's a sense of belonging these kids want when they're that young and they're becoming men that they don't have right now. And if they do, when they do, I guarantee you TCU with the courses they have access to around here, they'll be a much better program. They'll be able to get better players from America. I'm not saying these European foreign kids are bad or anything, but you got to recruit Texas. Especially around here. If you're TCU in that facility, you'll help.

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SCOTUS Says Your Tax Returns Can Be Reviewed by Congress

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 4 d ago

SCOTUS Says Your Tax Returns Can Be Reviewed by Congress

"Surely it's more important to know for Congress to know given its oversight responsibilities surely it's more important for Congress to know how the tax code is being used This was their argument by sitting president then an ex-president By a sitting president then an ex-president It's more relevant To separation of powers Donald Trump isn't even in that equation anymore as an ex-president And you should be concerned that now if private citizens can have their tax returns turned over to Congress nobody's safe Nobody including you Including you That's what the Supreme Court did today Because the the pretext that the Democrats and Congress have been using is we want to make sure our tax code is being used properly It's not being abused In case we need to make any legislative fixes you see Now that is preposterous So they played this whole game In Washington D.C. the courts the Democrats in Congress the Supreme Court and part of this is because they've tried to make Trump so persona non grata generally That anything goes now Anything Anything Can write his home You can accuse him of this It doesn't matter

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Closing Arguments Are Underway in the Oath Keepers Sedition Trial

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:00 min | 5 d ago

Closing Arguments Are Underway in the Oath Keepers Sedition Trial

"Closing arguments are underway in the oath keepers sedition trial. And I haven't been watching the trial, but I'm keeping track of a sort of running account of it. That is it's been covered by two or three different people, including our friend Julie Kelly. And quite clearly what the government is doing and this does not surprise me at all, is giving a completely distorted picture of what was happening. Now, we have an adversary judicial system. So the prosecution is going to do this to the defense's job to counter it. But let's go through some of the claims that they're making in their closing statements because I think they're on the face of it. Exaggerated, if not, in some cases absurd. So the first one is they called for the violent overthrow of the U.S. government. Now that part I think is true because you're talking about people who are given to a hyperbolic rhetoric. Oh yeah, so we're gonna, this is, you know, we're gonna have a new American Revolution. So there is this kind of language. Granted, it by itself does not amount to any kind of conspiracy of heated rhetoric by itself amounted to sedition. You'd have to lock up half the country at some point or the other. What disturbs me more is when they say things like, here's the government. This is the Biden DoJ. They brought their weapons with them. Now the implication here is that the old keepers brought their weapons to Washington, D.C., but that is not true. They brought their weapons to Virginia and they left them in a hotel room or hotel rooms in Virginia, where it is legal to have those weapons. They were very conscious. Listen, we are not going to take our weapons where we will be an illegal possession of them in Washington, D.C.. So you can't have an insurrection in my view without weapons. If you take the weapons and you leave them in another state, what you don't have access to them, the statement they brought their weapons with them is false.

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There Are Alternatives to Twitter

The Trish Regan Show

05:44 min | 5 d ago

There Are Alternatives to Twitter

"So Twitter's back up and running, you can, I guess, feel free to say what you want now. And a lot of people I've seen a lot of friends who lost their accounts, they have been restored. That's all good, but will it matter? Again, there are other alternatives out there. I'm on true social as well, parlor, of course, has come about and had its own set of challenges. There's locals as well. I encourage you, by the way, you can follow me on locals at Trish Regan locals dot com, where they really are about promoting this freedom of speech within a decent way, right? I mean, we're not talking total craziness, but the ability at least to have an opinion. And in this environment, it's gotten hard. If I tell you to consecutive quarters of negative growth for our economy, means a recession, then somehow now I'm questioned by social media platforms for false information. I mean, hey, look, no recession is the same. But it used to be the definition of a recession. Now you can't say it anymore because Joe Biden doesn't want us to. I mean, that's scary stuff, folks, all right? And either side of the aisle. Remember that? Because it can just as easily be the Democrats that they're going after next. So even if Democrats are going after conservatives and all you can't say it's a recession that could so easily flip and that's the scary part about all of that. Isn't it? But lots of changes coming. I think January is going to prove to be a very interesting month. Don't you think? Don't you think I want to tell you about Kevin McCarthy? But before I do, did you see who's crawling around here? Right here on my lap. This is fluffy. If you haven't met fluffy, this is indeed him. He is the sweetest little thing and so important to me. I love this dog so much and it's the reason why I'm excited to tell you about a wonderful supplement that I found for him created by a former army veteran, an army veteran, a former army ranger named doctor Dennis black, and doctor black is naturopathic doctor, has created this supplement because he loves donks too and he's got a couple of them a little bit bigger than you fluffy, a little bit, but fluffy's just a little tiny Maltese. I encourage you if you're listening on Apple iTunes, go check out my YouTube channel or my rumble channel so you can see this guy in the flesh, but I love him. He goes a lot of places with me. And it's very important part of my life. And so I want to make sure that he is getting the proper nutrients. So this is why I have doctor Dennis black supplement for fluffy that I just add, I sprinkle onto his food every single day, because then I know he's getting the digestive enzymes. He's getting the minerals. He's getting the probiotics. All the things that he needs to have a long and healthy, happy life. Well, hopefully I will. A little bit responsible for some of that happiness, right, buddy. Anyway, I encourage you to check it out. Doctor Dennis black has a wonderful offer for free trial bag for Friends of mine, Friends of this show fans of this show. I'm going to include this link below in the show notes. But go to rough greens dot com today. Are you FF green's dot com today? Are you FF greens dot com today? Get your free trial back. It's really worth it. This is a wonderful supplement. Your dog will thank you. I promise. And your dog will love it. I mean, I'd be shocked. If it was any other way, because I know how much this guy I know how much he loves it, so I'm pretty sure your dog will as well. Anyway, back to what's happening there in Washington, D.C., as I keep him right here on my lap, I might as well, right? These little animals, they're pretty special. They're pretty special. Anyway, you've got chemical McCarthy planning some big changes. Now that he's going to be Speaker of the House. And it looks like Adam Schiff. And perhaps some of these others, like AOC, they're on the skids when it comes to the house Intel committee. As they should be, I mean, when you think about some of the things that have been done, who's the other one, the one that had the friendship with the lovely young woman. Fang fang, was it? From China, that's kind of something I wish I could forget. Anyway, we can't. I would argue rather compromise position there because she is alleged to have been a Chinese spy. Kind of strange to him to have him on the foreign affairs community here in the Intel committee. So I think that you're going to see a big revamp coming of some of these committees where there are sensitive positions and you have people that maybe don't like Israel or have had questionable relationships with people like fang thing. Are going to come into question and as they should. And that's going to result in some changes. Look, I think we need more responsibility in Washington. I really do. I think that people are shooting off their mouse in ways that are unbecoming, frankly, to themselves, and to the nation. And we've got to remember, in fact, who our allies are, one of which, of course, major ally, being Israel. So there's an important some important things that are going to be happening. And I'd say, in that sense, very good things that are going to be happening. But they're not going to go down without a fight. So gear up, be ready. In the meantime, let's all look forward to some Thanksgiving Thanksgiving which, by the way, we're going to talk about this tomorrow. Is suddenly super, super pricey. Have you seen the price said the turkey dinner this year? We'll talk about it. Great to have you here. Make sure you go to Trish Intel dot com. 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Biden Regime Establishes Special Counsel to Investigate Trump

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | 6 d ago

Biden Regime Establishes Special Counsel to Investigate Trump

"Regime has now announced a special counsel to determine whether or not Donald Trump should be charged. This is all planned. And by the way, this means that Hunter Biden will probably be indicted soon. That has been our prediction for quite some time to make it seem like they're playing both sides. This thing's going to get pretty messy. It's going to get very ugly. And this is the reason why Charlie the grassroots has to rise up more than it ever has before. And this can not be personality driven alone, right? We're not going to convert more people over to our side by just waving flags and honking and wine. So let's talk about that. So how long have you and I have been advocating for the Trump world to stop just doing rallies and turn them into action events? Yeah, I mean, we do it for 5 or 6 years. So Charlie, it wouldn't be, it wouldn't be fair to advocate for that. And because there's a lot of people to do that in D.C. who tell you what to do and they don't actually do it themselves. What we do at turning point actions, we host an event. We'll do an event. Basically with anybody. We really will, right? It doesn't matter who it is. Trump, desantis, like, well, we'll host what we do have some standards. We have no Liz Cheney. People who we endorse, but we support. But I mean, like, look, I mean, we have, we'll do it with anyone that we support. And we go out and when people show up to those rallies, when we have hundreds of not thousands of people that show up to our events, we give them a clipboard on the way out and we say, we need you to go knock these 20 doors.

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Caller: The Hypocrisy of the California Injustice System

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:38 min | Last week

Caller: The Hypocrisy of the California Injustice System

"The real point is this is a quick one. You're talking about the 25 kid depth down to California that basically were attacked and maimed. And yep. The perpetrator was released. But yet, the attacker on Paul Pelosi, he's still in jail. Man, I'm just pointing out the hypocrisy of the California injustice system. That's a great point. I didn't really think about that, Greg, but you're right. That guy is still in jail, and I think it's important for us to use the word alleged attack because clearly we don't have all the facts. And something is not quite adding up. They're in the Pelosi mansion in the Tony section of San Francisco, but to your point, I mean, you're right there is, I mean, look at what's happening right now in Washington, D.C.. How many American citizens have been locked up since January 6th? No trial. You're right. The Pelosi one, that is alleged. But this guy that did this thing down. Oh, he did it. California. There's no alleging on that one. That's right. And in my opinion, it should be no trial, no report to file, just he should have been shot on the spot. And it's just not there's nothing there's nothing. There's nothing to think about on that one, but you know, for the DA down there to drag it out and let the guy go, it just shows you just what we're up against.

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How Has Nancy Pelosi Helped the People of San Francisco?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:07 min | Last week

How Has Nancy Pelosi Helped the People of San Francisco?

"Well, well, Nancy Pelosi has stepped down, I heard her talk, or at least part of the talk, the honor she had to represent the people of San Francisco, here's a question. Meant completely seriously. Name one way in which the people of San Francisco have benefited. From her supreme blee powerful position in Washington, D.C.. Are the citizens of San Francisco safer. Are there more or fewer stores open did more people move in or more people move out? Are there more homeless or fewer homeless? Than when she started. Is there more free speech in America? Or less free speech entirely thanks to her party.

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What's There to Celebrate About Nancy Pelosi?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | Last week

What's There to Celebrate About Nancy Pelosi?

"Isn't it really, really nauseating to see all of the tributes pouring in to the fired ex Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi? My gosh. My gosh. I mean, I understand being around for a hundred years. Having some longevity can give you longevity, it doesn't mean you're effective or good or accomplished or noble, maybe they ought to build a statute in Nancy Pelosi on the mall. In Washington, D.C. and they can show her ripping up Trump's speech. In one of the most shameless tacky grotesque acts of a political figure in the history of America, or maybe they can show her clapping like a seal and mocking him. You know, nothing would make me happier than to see Trump's return to the Oval Office. And know that she's sitting in her rocking chair, bane at the moon.

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Senator Josh Hawley Discusses the Future of Senate Leadership

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | Last week

Senator Josh Hawley Discusses the Future of Senate Leadership

"Now is senator Josh hawley, one of the few fighters in the U.S. Senate, and I am so happy and thrilled that senator hawley's influence will be increasing because JD Vance is going to the U.S. Senate senator Holly, how you doing? I'm doing great, Charlie. Thanks for having me. I know you and I are both on the ground with JD Vance. I wish we would make Blake masters as well, but sending JD is a big deal. Thank you. And thank you for all your help with that. Let me just kind of start with the leadership election or selection I should say yesterday. Tell us what you can without breaching any confidentiality of what happened behind closed doors with what looks like now senator McConnell is going to be continued leader of the Senate minority. Well, listen, I'll just tell you what my position has been, which is that I voted for new leadership. I said before the election, Charlie, that I wasn't going to support to Mitch McConnell for leader. I don't think that he has led the party in a good direction. I think the results of this last election make that clear. And I think we need a different direction clear. I mean, if you look at this last election and you say, oh, everything's fine. It's just fine, you know? We don't need to make any changes. I just say, if you're a Republican, you know, you're delusional. Particularly if you're one of these D.C. Republicans that didn't give the candidates anything to run on, that didn't actually put forward a coherent agenda. The basically just set off Biden sucks. He's no good vote for us. You know what we learned out of this election is that independent voters, they actually want you to come out and fight for them. They actually want you to come be on their side. It's not enough to say it's our turn. You have to go show them that you're willing to fight for them. And I don't think Senate leadership has done that. So Charlie, I voted no and you know, I urged for there to be new leadership, and I asked both of the guys who were running, which was Mitch McConnell and Rick Scott from Florida. I asked both of them, what are you going to do to put forward an agenda that will actually deliver for the American people, not just talk, not just do press appearances, but what are you going to do that will actually deliver?

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Nancy Pelosi Steps Down From House Leadership

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:46 sec | Last week

Nancy Pelosi Steps Down From House Leadership

"Yes, I have the news. The news from Washington, D.C., Nancy Pelosi is stepping down as the leader of the Democrats. She would no longer be speaker because the Republicans eked out a majority. And the reason that I have nothing important to say about it is because there is nothing important to say about it. What difference does it make? What Democrat does what? It will be destructive no matter what, because Democrats are no longer liberal. They are leftist and the left ruins everything it touches. Okay, so there will be a new leader, a new destructive force.

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Charles Payne: Regulators Ignored Sam Bankman-Fried

Mark Levin

01:38 min | Last week

Charles Payne: Regulators Ignored Sam Bankman-Fried

"You've got federal regulators all over the place You want to hire 87,000 more at IRS agents to chase down hardworking regular Americans Then you got a high flying guy who's 30 years old He's a multibillionaire He's not exactly hiding under his desk He spends lavishly He donates as you point out some $40 million to the Democrat party where the hell is the SEC where the FBI the department of they don't see any of this It's maddening It's maddening And it's not like it was hard As I've been digging deeper into this the last week and a half people have been talking about this in the open on social media I've seen tweets from a year ago saying this does not add up People who are in the crypto industry This is not at something is wrong Warning other folks take your money off that platform now So this has been out there It's not even a secret It's been out there And the regulators have been absent The SEC has been absent Here's the interesting thing He has spent a lot of time in D.C. crafting coming freed has been in D.C. crafting legislation He was trying to put together legislation that would actually give his company advantages over every other company I'm telling you that this is he bought that kind of influence And by the way he comes from a well to do family both of those parents are professors One of the foremost tax experts out there So you know he kind of knew how to put these things together

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Carolyn Maloney: Six Nations Spent $750,000 at the Trump Hotel

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | Last week

Carolyn Maloney: Six Nations Spent $750,000 at the Trump Hotel

"Carolyn maloney one of the goofiest members of Congress he's a Democrat from New York Political playbook picks up on these three She's the House oversight chair won't be for long because some good news is it looks like we're going to take the house Yes finally some decent news here Carolyn maloney soon to be outgoing chair of the House oversight committee Released new documents showing get a load of this folks major scandal scandal alert Showing 6 nations spent 750,000 bet Hold on That million Jim Now can you double check that No wait Jimmy you know you missed three zeros That's a million right You're sure Mike you know I don't trust him anymore with his dark web Can you look at a mic standing by He's looking over it He said okay mom what do you think No no Mike says it's right Mike says it is So Carolyn maloney Democrat radical lunatic from New York Has uncovered document that I love this is Jim documents What Like you mean hotel receipts The deep throne gave us the diamond Like what from the hotels She's released documents showing 6 nations spent $750,000 at the Trump hotel Wow My God really Holy Moses This sounds scandalous That a bunch of foreign countries that stayed in D.C. stayed at the nicest hotel in D.C. next to all the political buildings And get a load of this scandal And they paid for it too Wow

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6 countries spent $750K at Trump's D.C. hotel, records show

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

6 countries spent $750K at Trump's D.C. hotel, records show

"Newly released documents show big foreign government spending at the Trump hotel in Washington I Norman hall The Trump hotel in Washington took in more than $750,000 from 6 foreign governments at sensitive bombs in their U.S. relations with gas spending as much as $10,000 per room a night That's according to documents from the Trump company's former accountants released Monday by a democratic led congressional committee The hotel got $259,724 on a visit by Malaysian prime minister while the U.S. was investigating his role in a money laundering scandal The Saudi spent at least $164,929 after its invasion of Qatar the Trump organization said it didn't benefit from the spending and didn't profit from the presidency

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Jack Posobiec and Charlie Talk 2022 Election Trends

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | Last week

Jack Posobiec and Charlie Talk 2022 Election Trends

"Right now is Jack posobiec Jack. Welcome to the program, Jack. I want to get your take on this on what's happening in Arizona. You were here on the ground with us all last week, and this is still ongoing. There's a lot of confusion. I mean, last night, you could have just you could have just put me over with a feather when I saw that Kerry Lake when 54.5% in some of the reddest precincts. Jack, what is your thoughts? Yeah, Charlie, one thing that I want to look at and as I go through the Pennsylvania numbers and myself is, is something that I think might actually bear out as to a larger trend that we're seeing here in the 2022 results. And it's not even necessarily so much a trend in terms of the issues per se, but we keep looking back and saying, why don't these numbers match the things that we saw in 2020, right? Why not the things why don't the and not just specifically the margin of victory, but when you go through the cross tabs, vote group by vote group that demographic by demographic, people turning out in different buckets. One thing and again, we're all kind of brainstorming here at the you were still in that fog of war moment. But internal migration, okay? So in certain states on the east coast, I'm an east coast guy. So on the east coast, you had a lot of people in Pennsylvania and New York. Pennsylvania New York were hit hard by lockdowns throughout 2020 and then vaccine mandates in 2021. In fact, where I am in the Washington D.C. area, we are still under vaccine mandates. I can't take my family certain places because of that. We actually had to cancel some plans this weekend because of that. Where did those people go? Well, of course, they all went to Florida. They filled Florida up and continued Florida on its trajectory that would set in path, obviously by Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis by turning it into just one of the reddest states that you'll find in the country, right?

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What We Can Learn From FBI Whistleblower Steve Friend

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:50 min | Last week

What We Can Learn From FBI Whistleblower Steve Friend

"I want to talk about an FBI whistleblower named Steve friend. This is a really good guy. This is a guy who actually never wanted to be a whistleblower. He's sort of one of those guys who kind of like me. A big fan of the old reputation of the FBI, these are the guys who went after the body and clydes, going back to the earlier part of the 20th century. These are the guys who then busted the mafia who have taken down a lot of crime syndicates. This is the FBI you may say of the untouchables. And Steve friend followed this as a career. He wanted to be the guy who got the bad guys. And then he was put on these child pornography cases, which by the way is a clear case of good versus evil. And but right when he was in the middle of those, they pulled him off and told him, hey, we're going to move you to January 6th. So this was odd for two reasons. Number one, he realized that the FBI is now dropping and minimizing and turning away from a lot of serious crimes like child pornography. And sex trafficking and putting its energy into going after insurrectionists. So that was the first thing. The second thing, which I think is very telling, is that this guy Steve friend was in a local or regional office away from Washington, D.C.. So he actually had nothing to do with January 6th. When they told him he was going to be a kind of case officer in January 6th, he was kind of shocked because it's not his jurisdiction. He has nothing to do with it. And then he realized that the FBI is playing a dirty game, which is they're taking a lot of cases that are all from Washington, D.C., and they're assigning case officers in remote parts of the country. Why? Because they want to make it look like domestic terrorism coming from the right is a national problem.

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"dc" Discussed on It Could Happen Here

It Could Happen Here

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on It Could Happen Here

"Were hanging out trying to cause trouble getting into altercations their normal ship and see there's kind of like general mix of groups january six shifted the paradigm on that a lot. And i think that's the big thing for this weekend is we. Don't really know gonna look like yeah. Can you talk about kind of what has kind of the event promotion looked like from the right. Like what if they. What messages have they been putting out to. Promote this event with a lot of like the bigger groups have been fairly explicitly saying like. Don't go officially. Yeah unofficially is a bit of a different story and fairness it's worth noting that prior to The the rally charlottesville the proud by saying don't go an awful lot of their most violent members where at unite the right in charlottesville. You know it. Some some of this is a plausible deniability game. Yes the official cowboys telegram channel was like. Oh this is. I mean in different words where we're pretty much like this is a honeypot this the trap op. Don't go but also like we've seen activity that really suggests otherwise yeah whether it's smaller more local groups saying that they want to go or streamers and journalists using the word lightly to who have pretty close relationships with these groups hiring extra hours for the weekend or looking like they're preparing to report on something big. Yeah the kind of i know. We've talked a little bit online and with some of our colleagues and there's definitely a a a mixed mixed mixed opinion on how big the events going to be an. Who's all going to be there. And what kind of their goal is which makes kind of everything all the more tents because it's almost easier to when we know what it's going to be like we. We have a good grasp of what's going to happen and this. We're not really sure do you. Do you know. Has there been any kind of response from local dc officials law enforcement or anything about what they're gonna do at this gathering so i did see capital. Police is planning to put the fence backup. Probably a good idea. Yeah yeah which like. We'll cover the capital but there's also a problem with the fence going up which is the back of the fence. Goes right up to the end of the black lives matter plaza in dc which has been used as kind of rallying point for were anti-fascist activists and when that fences up. It's just.

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"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

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"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"That's right this year And of course louisville looked me up the next. Look me up the next time you wanna make some real history but yeah so yeah the controllers. The guardians legion legion. Like like basically break this treaty and stuff but the controllers. One of the controller says as long as the gordon settle the matter of the kidnap cities in their mosaic world. And do it quickly like we will says yes. Green later mosaic. Seventeen and eighteen next week kid. Yes they sentence which are being reference in the current green lantern series controller. We're impressed by real dogs award. Yeah i love this line houses. I got friends in tough. Straights on earth You ain't kidding. Optima ring charge offense. Go on hustle map but yeah so next. Yeah the last next issue. Think it says ciller continues in the pages of greenland forty-six reign of the supermen. Oh my work all right. So what do we think is like how probably feel kind of good. He's like god save. The planet gets homers a giant crater ricco cities. the team. what you think matic. I thought that they kind of wrapped up. The there was like a real can really build to a climax at the end of the comic. There was a lot of sorting things out at the end and I thought that was a little strange. I mean i guess it's sort of makes sense is the dc universe book meant to promote the other books. I guess kind of only existence for two issues thought. It was a little bit strange in that regard in. We've we've talked about in the past bird. How long story seemed to be wrapped up kinda quickly. This was a certain degree of that. And.

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02:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Certain again yet dachshund the controllers in the guardians are examining that cool. That big played again again. They're bickering children. Forget your differences. But i'll says follow how jordan. How like if we've survived this talk in the rejoining degree lantern corps think so hey hey rwanda rejoin the core for five minutes deputising. You want to join the course. I can roll right over your my way back though. Say everyone still trying to battle this controller. But then god's like what have we don. Our mission was decreed fertile. A world for topper faction. We have left his death and chaos So yesterday said there were portioned the controller so his control the those three gods without lassen Secret plan all the controllers and guardianship holographic talking to those gods. You're not god's image. Of god's none of us has the power decrease true gods in the price of arrogance and in his all about so. Yes several turns on the controller. You gave us life with a now. We must give you that God's decide the blow up and of course they're discharging sa rejuvenates. The planet even makes better because all the tenements and everything is gone. I probably still though so. It's all well that ends will. Basically legion gets planetary darkstars planetary in green leonard. Get everything else right. Yep her how to charge.

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03:10 min | 1 year ago

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"Lower stuff. He thinking you're a little bit of like that marvel's you retweeted while artists on book patriot panel y- coming issue on at the house. I'm curious to see where where he's taking the book. Because there are a lot of green lanterns down and out of the moment. And i i know how georgia's lot is favourite. But it's come on. Give me some rain or we mentioned a more quick runs or claims. Come on bringing kyle rayner all right. Sorry guys. i'm in finally in votes on john. Really cool dan you. We get to see joe. And i'm even not annoyed by team flying so he's already done yeoman's up and making me not annoyed by never like i said the flash the last flashy toward us. Hey in green lantern ain't no coming up. We're gonna find out. Jessica cruises coloring mousa. Guess refined simon baz boy with the but we have john exploratory force verbs. You know on our the kill wong was coming in the end. The last one so all right. So let's get back this part six legion ninety three remember kids. Their ships were coming in yellow ships. Were coming in yellow rays lead to ninety three fifty eight and again. I think we've mentioned it with the green lantern galleys. These four will be from september ninety three so eight issues only it was only two months event. That's too bad now. And we'll have more like it could have been shorter that more coke lawton script. Mark waid and perry kits in pencil. Steven jones and chris hunter inker robin smith. Peter gross in. John del so once again three inkers colors gene to angelo lederer gas bar system editor. Peter tomasi editor. Dan rasp were to making exactly the legion uva inkers. So yes we see the green lanterns flooding there in front of the go on still the plan. Fox's playing work cut the deals with their rings down. I love this telepathic. Truthfully i since no fear among them of the outer state what does docs thinking and accomplished by scattering. The green lanterns mad. Gods of the trier continue their spree of destruction. There's kilwa dealerships yellow rays working. Our tails kicked.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"It's been a long time since i've read you know interviews and stuff on so now because you know if you look it. Forty six forty seven which we will shortly house okay. you know. he's fine and forty eight half hold on signed back into my dc universe. But you know like again. I just you know once they detonate co city. I'm always like oh you know. Did they know emerald twilight. Was you know that may have been i. I mean i don't know. it just seems that they would detonate. It did not cause. It seems kind of bold to do that. And then it's like oh what it's going to be business as usual you business as usual the six or seven so i mean was coast city like one of the a bit like i like big like. Hey we're to like blow every you know we're gonna blow up a city with an. I'm like a huge body count. Some member like huge body counts before that y- deals like was ultimately sort of never happened did happen. Universe has been rebooted to many. I mean the only thing i can think of is like didn't die death stroke. They blew up like a middle eastern country or something signed that. Yeah but a major country. Our major city this is the backdrop for fairly measure character sitting the.

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Again staying with it. Staying with the formula was legion ships. That showed up. So where do you think. This story continues. Liege in a region ninety three number on the last page jumps to there. But i don't wanna say their predictable all right. So what did you guys. Think of the green lantern issue. I liked the art in the plot was thickening which is good for five so you got all the moving parts together. I don't know those great north. There plenty of action intrigues. Move things along and listen to it. Will i agree. It's a good issue. I overall we'll talk about trinity as a whole at the end of the issue. Oh yeah and we even got stuff back home anna okay. So they were they detonated. Co city was at this point that we know emerald twilight coming or some version of. Something's coming in fifty. So i wanted so. I wonder if the original plan was. Maybe like we'll break how jordan and that's why quit the green later core but degree later quarter will still be there whatever. Maybe it's been a long time since i've read you know interviews and stuff on so now because you know if you look it. Forty six forty seven.

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Blue cheese dressing. It can stay there for on communist seat branch are. Let's get to these issues again. Kids kids were in the middle of trinity viewed. Were just joining parter. So yes tonight. We will start with part five in green lantern forty five chest really nice for gene hall writer gerard jones who will be with us a few more issue's yes she not. Pennsylvania romeo tangle inker albert guzman lederer albert anthony taller colorist eddie braganza assistant editor and kevin dooley editor at trinity part. Five turf war remand forty five right close. Getting closed the forty eight. So the dark stars in the green lantern paisley just getting needing children's faces and at on one of the stars of the ground And then how tone kilwa gano were outnumbered here but we got a sense of jails to stop the trier. So i love it so to walk says let me see. What do we need. God's and a balance of brains brawn inexperience so bunch of takeoff and boutique. As you said brains brawn inexperienced. Any what we need with you to Thing.

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02:45 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Or not but well. We didn't really see much of his face. The screen gobble events. Bring him back. They give him rubber masks dammit but yeah so can wait. I can't wait to see that december seventeen. I think our were like a christmas movie here. We still got shanxi before that eternal before that. We're supposed to get them. But i'm not sure i thought i saw something today. They might have push that back again until next year much shorter. But we're going to so what if yeah Episodes three tomorrow. Titans is still go so yes thought. Mean stuff's coming back. I saw the best today. It's like marvel studios lights camera action if it says dc camera action wight for shade. When it's dark only been two days. I'm sure he has to watch suicides. Going like stuff like that can be darkly. They'll be giving me like bark super matters in a although pointy audio for rob pattinson batman z. Batman i am cautiously optimistic about the green lantern series coming out. Sober even got a date on that. I wish we'd get data out all right. We still edits early. But should we get to these issues before For i unexpectedly leaves bookable before the moon rises in kona loses hair while we did have a rare blue moon the other night. I don't know if you guys farmers almanac. But i did not know what a blue moon was kind of caused the connection fourth full moon in a month circle. I mean they always second only you can get on all right. Yeah well we could. We could always like the right to our voice of the happens rarely. So what the air- so wait. Sometimes people said the moon's beta cheese blue moon is that where we give.

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Lot of i mean i. We had it set up but it's like except for the how chapter the chapters as let's bring this whole team in. Let's bring this whole team. But you know it's speaking of the first four issues that i've read in the issues it was better than not encased austin. We've been reading unfortunate. But i thought it was a pretty good setup and the art. You know looking at losing lantern tired Titular you'll like the the art helped a lot. And i think causing crossover had to be done. Auden's a bit tighter and editor so the next issue that we're bathroom i feel like it's one of the better. Yeah well let because he was working with two different other writers to probably right. Yeah think so. I mean i think this was a big you know like you said. The story was better than i remembered. But i think it was. It was definitely like a big push. You know get numbers up. Probably on everyone's book you now. Hey reading greener vice versa are. Hey legionnaire megyn. Yeah all right we get to the second one right green lantern forty four again august heart to the. Oh my god title. Urban renewal tearing down buildings. See the gods trash maltese. Right where we left off and then how comes in. And he's like oh. There's the female entity mental that other world get the new trinity number one and he needs a lot of female.

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02:00 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"By captain comet again. The giants like raining destruction now on this planet and we try to back the best they can then just want. Things can't get worse. The other to god show up and they get worse. That's right And then the at the end of the last page it says you know the rest of rest. We're going to cover this issue. Greenland as upset. Green lantern forty-four legion seven starters. Eleven that's right are switched the paper all right so what we think of the first one mccone and I thought it was cool. I mean i kind of it seems like like a marble type of in an annual. But it's all in one issue whereas three little separate stories in. It's kind of kind of wet appetite. We see that this is a big threat and it's multi-tiered affecting different parts of the dc universe trinity. So yeah. i'm interested. Even though i aside from green lantern did know any of the characters. I also didn't know this seemingly cosmic threat and yeah Seems to be like the decca stacked against them. So i did like the the are different from each story but it's still sort of the same that level of quality consistency so interested. I guess they let spokes created team to chat therm characters. But it's not like a lot of i mean i. We had it set up but it's like except for the how chapter the chapters as let's bring this whole team in. Let's bring this whole team. But.

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02:03 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Seen Lips that have. I don't know if that was that was what was it. Aaron judge maybe. I can't remember Guys up but it sounds like it's gonna be ripped pages of comics so and it's got a good tasks. I'm i'm hopeful. Cautiously member kids when adding one asks you who other celestial just be like giant space gods who gave you the finger. You're playing at the singer exactly up or down I mean i predict that it will it. They probably made it really well and people will go even if they never read a comic book. Most most of the money will be made from just on reputation or love. Marvel students along the way everything. Twenty movie arc was wrapped up pretty much in game. You know maybe a little gun dangling strings with spiderman in all that you know characters that will still be around in preschool in the tv shows and stuff but having a fresh new. Start in in this. I'm very interested to see how it goes. Because this is it's not stanley marble you know did create east characters. But yeah jack kirby through great though. I don't know i think it will. I think it'll be good if he'll stand up now one little. This is just like a little tidbit of a movie note little unrelated but i did see the movie three guy recently. I don't know either guys for that but there was a little bit of stars. Ryan reynolds and Doors front.

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Longer to big and people trying to read the comic seattle on. No one is the as one of the problems. I mean there's like way to is there a too many books out there now. Like i love batman. Batman is one of my favorite characters but like there is a ton of batman bolts. Right now out there. It's there have been in this. This is a statistic that will blow your mind. If you think about it. There had been more stories told about batman than about any other character in the history of mankind. They think about they actually over the last eight years. I mean sure characters. Like hercules have been around a lot longer but how many stories are the stories are. They're really not my story yesterday. But santa claus are. There really is so. It's it's really by fought batman by far the to the point where i mean in the eighty nine ninety ninety one at that point it could still say that i read every story that everyone published up to that point. But there's a point at which the just because so much so much just can't do it anymore every week every week. There's at least one bat book. It's yeah but at least i i at least three now. I mean seriously. Oh yeah there's next year could hardly clinton the bat family and all that stone. Like y'all's go south. I what about like spiderman it out but yeah i mean. Batman has decades on the water. That's now and again. It's as many spiderman store stories or boxes. There aren't any given moment there still more batman books other. Yeah yeah so. We're going to that as a trivia for charlie these dogs which good character in western literature. Yes exactly but who sells the most that. Dc currently used to be superman. But he's been batman for ever. It's been batman since the system movie says that michael keaton movie. That's when that's when batman became our most are garriga. What happened superman. We know what happened to superman. Superman.

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09:22 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Is. Has wally become number two or oh yeah wallet. Easily number two but it's it it goes. I think he goes to give it on any given day. Goes superman wally dick grayson and then. It's a the big. He's like twenty titles fourth place. So i love the grayson But no we like i. But i mean we even betting after Brian michael benda's Left superman hallmark mark way. It's gonna take a superman. Martin watch marquis gonna take over superman. I here's the thing it not like. It didn't come up. Oh see told you. It's not like it didn't come up. I'm not saying. I was officially offered the book but it certainly was not something that came up in conversation because i you know once once the publisher left i was suddenly the blacklist of the had gone for years and years with so many names on it that got burned and so people are getting calls right and left. But i don't know what to do with that book as it exists. Now i just don't i mean it's i. I respect that people. Like john. Kent and i respect that people dig them being married lowest and the secret is how all. That's great. i mean. I haven't i'm not i'm not gonna knock that stuff at all. It's just not the superman that i am comfortable with. It's not isn't it. That's not how. I see the character so if you were to hand me that stuff i i wouldn't know what to do with it so if you had your way like you could do it however you want to. Would you like what silver age superman. Well my exactly me. Here's the thing. I mean. I i wouldn't i would never the monthly's i would never send jonathan lowest all that stuff because that's an insult people who have been reading the comics for this long. Frankly old lois and superman have been married since. Nineteen ninety four so almost all our audience knows shoot. Men only is married and it would be sort of selfish me to go up. Taking that back. Never happened. I don't want to do that But there's room in the dc universe to tell superman stories from before then so and we will. We will see. We'll let let's to be continued on that Sounds cryptic. Have you been watching that. Tv show. i was prepared. Not the like it. Because you know the setup not again my superman but i i really like it. I think that Tyler has grown into the role of you. I think that. When i first salman supergirl i was sort of underwhelmed. Because he's he that he has he didn't have a lot of presence on that show and no matter whether it's even even if it's super bowl show. I feel i feel like when superman enters the room all hits turn aiding that superman takes command of any room. He's in whether he wants to or not as a character and tyler didn't give that vibe on the super bowl show but on this and he's really sort of stepped into it. And i'm i really like the kids and i think it's a smart on your smart show. I really enjoy modern superman. Shout let people embrace it. A lot of people still actually are iffy about that. Marriage is like pretty much bible. Exactly i i think that at this exact moment may be my favorite of the air over shows and i mean girls up there on the hit. They've hit on like the good combination of good writing. And it's like it's it's welcoming. It's it's it's a good entry point for new people. Maybe newer to superman again again. They're like added in all stuff from the comics. Like john henry irons the aratu cater all that stuff on combat student. Then they also had that smallville by to really trying to bring all the generations superman fans. That's what really makes that show right now. The one thing that worries me is that. I just don't want them to fall. Prey to what i think is as much enjoy air over. Shows what i think is a weakness of the shows. Which is that after a while. All of them have twelve characters in them and so suddenly every episode is like twelve hander. Everything is you gotta. You gotta have a story. Jelly got a story for allegra. That story for ralph story pursue. You got a story for irish story. Barry and i don't i mean it. The i tune ascendancy flash. It's called the shirts whole flach flach and was superman. You know you're already spreading the splitting the focus with lowest in the kids and stuff. But i get that but i just i worry that i don't i really don't want it to become like now. We got to do with john. Henry irons story. We've you know he has got. He's got a subplot and suddenly you know the woman who runs the newspaper as a subplot and you know general lane has a subplot. And i don't i that's my fear. 'cause that's that's the way those shows tend to go on the reverse and i really as long as they keep it as focused. They have on good with. Yeah at least on that show at least only clark jordan powers on flash. It seemed like almost everyone has powers. Yeah kinda there's that too. Yeah as soon as once everybody else. In the castro's getting superpowers and that's another sign. That sons sums off yet have. Has anyone ever approached you about doing anything like any writing for any of those shows or no. I've never not done yet. No air wallace very well. We've been friends for a long time. I just don't. I don't exploit that friendship by knocking on the door and it's a completely different kind of writing. I mean i come to lately different kinds of writing and so i. It's a steep learning curve to do that. It's not especially. I mean writing. An episode of tv show is terribly different running up a issue over comment but on a show like that where there's so many like i said. So many threads so me subplots. So many pe- characters be services stuff that is that i can't imagine how difficult that would be. So i'm in the middle of the season. Or they like okay. You're starting appoint a and we need you to get us the point be so it's like you have your middle ear beginning end. You just have to fill out the middle. Also you've you've already told all my stories. So i don't know i don't know what i bring to the table. You told the one rings time it's horrible. You told the return of very alley. Told i you know you've already milked all my stuff. I don't know what i would bring to the table. Okay how 'bout direct the. I mean we can easily get twitter petition. Going for directing mark. We'll do it. Think you need to have some experience. And i got none so i'm good as good as an audience and good is not okay. It's let will copy that on here So i guess you can say you're being cryptic before Is there anything coming up Soon like dc or marvel can't discuss nothing that can discuss actually I'm doing a eight page story. With jose garcia lopez in wonder woman eightieth anniversary. You go. that's pretty cool. I never worked with him. And it's it's a dream come true But there's i'm working on other stuff. I just i i wish it. Some of this is so far out in terms of you know when it's going to see print that is not too early to vote on this stuff. Sorry if i can get you back another day. We might have talked some captain america. Because i was like. Oh yeah we're talking flash tonight. Then that's all that conversation going. Facebook today i was like oh god my god yes but after diamond on facebook made me so angry. It made me so angry. Oh yeah. I was angry tune in. I'm like oh it's his favorite character to over there. Oh yeah you know. I don't know we don't want to give that to offer like a half an hour so let's back to the topic is it. Just i mean just to keep it. Generic has even like superman too. It's like i think some people just don't take the characters dislike. How do you not get you know just the just the even people meet on the internet and staffer just that just like how could you read stories. How can you. How can you be an internet. Bullying then claim that super manager favorite character. You have no idea. that's not. How is that. How would behave as i can't behave. No you know. He has the right son. Superman i think they forgot to qualify. Yes yeah yeah. Why do kids. When i was a kid. They'd still call maxine. I'm like i do read these things. Now come on. That's not what we do i know. Did you get the right lessons. Yeah i don't know Okay if.

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06:32 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Which is terrible terrible motivation to us. Because it's overused. So i mean that's that's where the family came from the big thing. I always say it's like even berry back in the day. His parents were alive. I mean it wasn't until recently where they had reverse flash quebec kill his parents. I mean i kind of liked it just back in the day where he was like. We'll both of them. I got powers. You know it's the right thing to do to help people do for the sake of do. Can we bring that back. I know i know i. I'm of two months. I mean on the one hand. i'm with you. I still think that orphaned revenge. Even a that into flash is a longtime flash reader. Kinda makes me wince a little bit. I can't argue with the fact that it. They really seem to make it work for them now. And and in a way that it doesn't feel completely gratuitous. I mean i think jeff really had a very strong idea what he wanted to do with. And i didn't like it at the time and i still have my reservations. But that's not a knock on jeff. It is the realization that time moves on and by now what seven of the audience a flash whether it's tv or comics now that's the berry they know and so i can't not that it's working for for them. I mean i guess if nothing else it really cement reverse flash has his arch nemesis because before it says like. Oh i'm the opposite of via. Oh but no one else asking about. Wally family The idea for his kids. Oh the for the kids will. That was those were cards. Candy is a run rain in the book where the kids were born. And when i was asked to come back to the flash. I was the the idea that publisher dantonio had was. You really wanted incroyables. That's what he wanted. Quite what we should be doing with the flash. But okay. But i'll give you what i can't so the only way i can really make the the only way you could make children like that interesting in comics if you make some old enough to have their own personalities I could have written wally and lend and their two new warn kids or toddler kids or whatever who cares. I mean they're you know they're not characters Is right and so if they're going to be there wanna make them characters and so the idea that was there's precedence for you. Know bart age super speed. So why not these kids well. I found that interesting. I mean yeah part of the original click. He was going to be by walis side. Kick by then he ends up going off with max. Is it just the whole impatience thing wally is. I think doesn't wall even say he's on patient to be a teacher. Oh yeah i mean. The whole genesis of of impulse was that brian and i wanted to give him sidekick that he couldn't stand to give. We wanted to give wallace side kick where he and the site just hated each other because they're too much because there are exactly alike and so that's where that's where he impulse came from and then of course we once we got rolling. The character caught enough attention and became popular enough. That by the time you know before we got done with terminal They wanna give his own book so awesome. That's great but it cheese the plans for terminals lost he completely the whole the whole part of the other part of bringing him in was to fake readers out into thinking he was going to be the new flash issue andrea and once. Dc announced that. There's going to be a new impulse for will clear late and all that's not gonna hap. So that's that's why. Just quit places. Huge part in timor internal glossiest. We needed a last second substitution. For somebody who actually could be considered as other gonna take on the role. I mean i mean the work that means see very naturally. Can't tell yeah wills. I feel like i'm dominating this conversation. Now you've got the same page here. The list of questions around the same all right. I'm gonna throw a curveball asking the kristen question all right. Yes other co host kristen. We're off reviewing a few months back that up flash plus late wing issue which we really liked and she wanted to know the origin of the phrase diggity dank. It's a great question. I i wish i could tell you know. We picked it up from pop culture somewhere at the time. I cannot tell you to save my life tell teller google it. I'm sure it's of tv show or shores them as it's not the kind of thing i would think up okay so so wasn't originally from the from your brain you've got it from somewhere it could have been but it doesn't sound like me might suspicion as Took it from subways. Wow i thought you you remember everything and you don't remember that. Wow i know. I know it's you know i remember a lot but there's a lot i don't remember i mean here's the thing it's in this of all of us who right comics for this long this often you know if you were to do a trick was me. I could do great on everybody else's comics but when you start asked me about my own that's when it would start fall out because it's not like i go back and reread that stuff with any regularity and the ideas are flowing and they're coming out so fast i don't remember so i mean one of the great pleasures of having the flash run. Come out in trade. Paperback and having an all finally completed was every once in a while i would pick up one of his treats in store reading one of the stories and was like a new story to me. I didn't remember the story awesome cool. Hey that's clever hans. Pretty smart is pretty funny mark. That's pretty good. you know. that's that was that was experience. I had reading this stuff copies of your plots or anything like that in her high guideline round do but you know you know go back. The ask remember. I've written. I've written like two thousand or something clear if not two thousand very close to it by now so what i was gonna say i mean i think you've re i mean is there anyone marvel and dc. You haven't written character really. I mean even if it's just like an team booker something. I think you've pretty much written almost touched on everybody. If it's you know whether it's marvel or dc at some point or other written even if it's just for a scene with team book at this point. I know captain america's your favorite over marvelous. Did your favorite at the answer man. Still my favorite easy with all respect allowing will.

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07:23 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"For permanent in apartment way and he was. He loved the flash. He grew up as a kid. Love and the flash is whole origin. I worship the flash. All i want to be as the flash all wouldn't be as the flash in the boom days lightning and he gets to become flash. Well all i wanted was to be in comics. All i wanted was being comic throwing up all was to be comic somehow income and now i you know that i am so. That's what we had in common. We're both boys who made the dream. Come true and once i got those two tenterhooks into wall and once i sort of understood those things about him then. It just became so easy right third character. Did that come right away or did did it take a little bit of writing the figure that out. I ain't came a little. I think it came a little the fan boy thing i think a little later the but in even born to run his relationship with with with uncle ira is very much my relationship with my grandfather and the fact that he and i really couldn't communicate because because my when my mother passed away we really couldn't communicate and same with wally in iran. Irs and. that's where that spun from. So it's like. I said that's us use. What's in your life if you can't do it without making it all mary sue. Did you find a dante. Because he was the first psychic to make the promise come good. Could you didn't happen simply. You're just out there a exactly. That's really it out there in the white house What does my notes here Took speed force me. You asked me a question. I will go on for twenty minutes. So i don't here. There's no excuse for you to not have an extra all right. I would ask you one of my favorite story. Lines was the walter west story line. The alternate version of. Wally did that come from again. We were looking for a way to knock. The readers off depends brian. I both very much out like writing monthly comics and not monthly comics where it's a defined six issue story arc or or whatever. There's nothing wrong with that now. And that's most common done these days. You know you need to do one specific story and the readers from the get go. It's going to be four parts. Maybe six parts or whatever and that's fine but there's some magic to not being constrained by that there's some magic of being able to let a story breathe and take whatever time it naturally needs because then you can surprise readers and they can't i have always said with return to bury alum one of the reasons it hit hard more successful is that you didn't know which she was going to end it. You didn't so if you know it's gonna end issue seventy nine and you're reading issue seventy seven. It's easier for you to sort of think ahead and start to predict what's going to happen next and we all know that right. We all know who. There's fifteen minutes left in the movie. We start thinking about okay. Here's you're gonna wrap it up but without that book and obvious then you don't know it's it's so just really everything becomes unpredictable and same with walter west. We were looking for waited. Do something of some links that would make all unpredictable and clearly. I like replacing wally an awful lot as you can tell him. The series goes on on fox. Yeah because you did you. Did you created john. Fox was at the anniversary. It's yeah that character to that. I mean he. On what dc. One million and all that other. Yeah cool him. Go on. But i do love that misery of walter west. Because that yeah. That's not a lot of books. Yeah yeah it was kind of older. Seem used in other books. And i couldn't tell the other writers what the secret of walter west was all i can tell them was. Here's how you need right now. In terms of how you approach him and his voice. But i couldn't. I couldn't tell anybody this week given a big secret. Oh so they did so no one else. No other writer new. Okay now. Just me brian. Wow that's pretty needs to be able to work head in hand with the editor because they Sometimes things come by all that must've been editorial mandate. Yeah no brian. I always thought like one like one brain shared between two people. We always thought like we always call each other up to knock stories back ideas back and forth and it got to a point where the gods on truth got to a point where sometimes when i got stuck in a plot point all i would have to do is pick up the phone and start. Dial it wouldn't even have to talk to brian. just the very active Starting to talk to. Brian and making the phone call was enough to jog something loose in my memory so that was good And so he you know he. He was the editor four. Why most of the john fox stuff right and then about about halfway through that. I think that's When i convinced him to go freelance because he was his kids were growing up in new york. That means you're an hour and a half on the train each way every if you're lucky every day and they'd hours an office and you know the wants to see his kids grow up and brian good writer and brian and i were thinking very much along the same lines and i wanted to be able to have more time to do more stuff so inviting him to just join me. As the co writer. The book was completely natural at speaking at that point heating and inserting up. Tim going to think polka team on is editor for a while. He found us. Paul ryan god bless him and then after that. Maybe joey cavalieri. I'm trying to remember. But that's you know we don't. We always had good luck with editors when they were never intrusive once. Yeah that's that's literally the run villes really natural like everybody was just a well oiled machine. I think that's why the run really stands out thank you. Oh yeah. Like paul ryan yeah. He's polish yes. Oh yeah you're talking about family and then After a while when you came back back. I think You introduce walis family. Where did that come from. That was well. I mean you know. The kid looks done stuff with his mom and dad And made them distinct and interesting characters and he doesn't stuff with chonkin and other sporting characters he had mine memory of this. And i could be wrong but my memory of this was that when he left the book and gave it to me he asked if he could take some of these characters like mason trowbridge and chunk over with him to wonder so that's why they knew his his supporting characters. Didn't show up very much in my first couple years just because they were bills characters and i thought he was going to do something with them and that was fine With mom and dad you know he's a small town kit and so it just the i wanted to get back to the family aspect. They also love the fact that walsh parents aren't dead. I love the fact that he's not motivated motivated by orphaned revenge. Which is terrible terrible motivation to us. Because it's overused. So i mean that's that's where the family came from the big thing. I always say it's like even berry back in the day..

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"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"dc" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"First style comic caper. No of the air oversee annual Did so many of these years summer I am fill this here. And of course been looking for big guests this summer. So of course. We're talking flash. I don't think he gets bigger than mr mark. Waid alot sir. Hello sir how are you good. How are you. It's been a few years since we chatted while it doesn't seem that long i think the last year and a half time has lost all meaning everything every day same day. Yeah all right so jump into this We talked a little flash onto a few years back but like i don't think we really really dug into it and just wanted to get a like a lot of the background lake like you were always a big flash fan even before you got the book right. Yeah i was. I wasn't a superman or know a die hard slash fan but it certainly read. All the stories are collected on books. And i and i liked all the jewish schwartz characters and the atom green lantern slash And i was an kind of like kids slash. I kind of like wally west. But i wasn't deeply connected to him anymore. I was like i dunno acrobat And then once we became flash. That was interesting. But i wasn't drawn into that character and then you know mike. Barron has a certain style of writing and he approached the book in a in a way that i read all those books but it didn't really his stuff didn't grab grammy go master lope stuff that fallen after that grammy. Because i know bill personally. And he's been a friend for a long time and he's a really really good writer and so i was really starting to get into get into wally with with bill. Really so how did that opportunity to write the flash come about did you pitch for it or utada handed. A little bit of both or what happened was my best friend. Was brian augusta. Who the editor of the book. And i had left staff. I'd worked on stanford. Dc from eighty seven eighty nine that left staff but he was always making sure i had a little work here. A little work there as much as he could do He gave me a flash tv special story to And then he gave me the structure of the slash anniversary. Issue came out Especially policy issue and then from there proved. I can handle the character and so brian offered me the book and he did it over the protestations of most of the staff because many of them felt like tv shows been castle. Why don't we just cancel the book and some of them felt like oh mark. Wait he's gonna make it into a silver age fan boy thing. It's going to be awful. So brian god bless stuck to his guns and gave me the gig and we went out to lunch and we plotted over lunch. That first four part warned. Run thing and neither of us dream. You know that one hundred issues later still be in some capacity working on the book but that's where it all started with. They're going to cancel coach because of the show. Because i mean what about all the tan synergy looks when i first started picking up the book lay when the show started and i mean there was the flash but i mean it was berry instead of wall i mean it was almost completely different. So they just i. There was just the book was was doing okay but it was like a low meatless book and frankly amid list. I mean no matter who took it on at you know at its height. We never outsold green lantern. Which always made me wanna put a gun to my head And we could never outsell batman or superman whenever it's always been missiles book but at that point with tv show cancelled. The the feeling was kind of dragon. Maybe we should just let it go. I don't know how strong feeling was. But it certainly been voiced by some of the higher upstairs so Brian took the gamble. And it paid off for both of us just Like you were talking. You said about your off first. Storyline the born to run Even then were you thinking of the speed force has no no no no i. The speed force came much later. I remember distinctly the way approach these way approach these characters. I post these things. I like to as brian says where the suit like. Get into the suit. Get into the characters. Think saint like them look at the world through there is Right about these characters it from a very deep internal place and so i always thinking about what would what would slash do in this situation. What we're classroom this situation. How he perceived this how he perceived that and i just remember one day out of the blue just occurred to me. I wonder what he sees when he runs faster than light. And i got on the phone with brian. I said there's something here. There's something on the other side of the speed of light that he tap into And it just became the speed force. It was speed forces always just a placeholder name. It was never meant to be called the speed force. It was just until for something better and we never did and for a long time. It was obvious that we were just kind of knocking off force from star wars but it seems to have gone a life. That's only in the last five or six years since the tv show survey. So i don't think anybody here's the word speed force any mourn things out there i mean. I don't think it's ever left the comics since you created it. Yeah it's played a part in every season of the tv show. Yeah have you. Have you been watching or you caught up on the show. I every so without fail. I mean you know. Some of them are awesome. Some not so not as awesome. But it's it's done by good people somebody who care about comics which is so important just so important and it's it's always fun. My first season is all my favorite seasons. Always gonna be the first season. Just because they didn't know that they were going to be able to come back for a second season so you can see them turning over cards with every episode in doing if they if they had known at the time that they were going to be on this long. I'm sure that i would have become three seasons or the material but it was just every episode oriental vibrate. Oh this going to learn about the speed force or learn about this ordinal on that every episode was something like that and it was so it was so awesome. And i you know i think that data know i think us great cast is good. I think that Losing losing tom as harrison wells kills me because he was the best thing about the show. And that's not to denigrate the show now just i loved him because even in that first episodes the way he delivers this these lines of dialogue that are complete scientific mumbo jumbo that in the mouse moat actors would just sound clunky and sometimes do sound quality when they're delivered by some of the other members. You know tom cavanagh can make it all sound so dramatic and so realistic. And so i mean i. I just think he was just phenomenal. Oh yeah he could do anything to i mean he was a terrifying villain. It'd be like the bumbling idiot di basically at all. What was your favorite thing to see. Come to life. Onscreen for me is the cosmic treadmill and the faster two worlds for me. It would under the moment that harrison well spoke the words speed force somewhere. There's a picture of me a photograph of me. In that moment as i am just a god and over the moon with excitement because something that i did something that i created with brian and it was on. It was being spoken on television. That was no feeling like that world so that was. There's been a lot of favorite moments but that was by far the pinnacle for me. Close second was probably your favorite..

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