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Lawsuit Alleging Sexual Misconduct At Chicago Cook County Jail Settled
"Counties. Commissioners approved a $14 million settlement of the lawsuit filed by female jail workers and assistant public defenders that contend a pattern of sexual misconduct along with physical and verbal abuse by detainees at the Illinois facility. Lawsuit filed in 2017 alleged Cook County Jail authorities did not do enough to stop male detainees from exposing themselves vulgar behavior and threatening attorneys in courtroom lock ups and the county jail. It claimed that at one point, the sheriff rewarded detainees with pizza for going 30 days without exposing themselves. Both Sheriff Tom Dart and public defender Amy Campanelli. Have denied the
Kim Ng's journey to Miami Marlins GM serves as inspiration
"And It's will gonna become be like throwing the darts. major's highest You gotta be aggressive. ranking You woman gotta make in baseball a bunch of operations birdies all the time hired we finish. The more by you think the nine Miami under Marlins would still be believed. as their general manager. I think She's that the first it's going to get female two double figures GM tackle Woods in at the four four Major under among 48 North American professional to have sports to finish leagues. that It's time second for straight round talk brought today, to you by so he was straight at even talk par Wireless and through the resume 10 halls is extensive when play was halted Is she won for him. three World Michael Series Collins, rings though, while spending which 21 in Angola years in junior front offices concerned with Chicago White Sox, About Tiger's the New York back. Yankees and The one thing Los I will Angeles say about Tiger Dodgers Woods. Michelle I Steel am very on nervous the significance about tomorrow. of this higher I know is it for in the bar and always five shots back, and I know he looks pretty comfortable out there. Tomorrow makes me very scared because of the amount of holes he has to play. And because of the break that's gonna happen between the finish around two and the beginning around three. The temperature's supposed to be a little cooler tomorrow. So as that temperature is cooler, the longer the break is between when he finishes and starts again, the more likely his back is to go. You know what? I don't think we're gonna do this. I don't think we're gonna do this and like that really makes me nervous. As far as Tiger Woods goes because we know his history with his back again. Cons concerned. About if Tiger will hold up. wise second round play resumes today. 7 30 Eastern, You could see it on ESPN. You're listening to SportsCenter all night on ESPN Radio and the ESPN app I'm Jim basketball. This weekend's cause football schedule dented by covert 19, but there are a host of intriguing games today. Her street reached Davis on SportsCenter on the match up to look out for you know, we always kid about these weeks when it looks like, Oh, it's you know, status quo. Everybody wins and moves on. These are the weeks where a lot of times the favorite show up, and they just kind of go through the motions and somebody ends up getting upset. Don't be shocked to see two or three upsets. I think a team that needs to be careful is Florida. The Gators are coming off an emotional win. Florida is thinking about, you know. Hey, we're gonna be in the mix here. We're trying to get to Atlanta. Be careful against Arkansas. You have fully paid Frank's coming back. I know Sam Pittman. Has covert as the head coach. He will not be coaching Berry. Autumn takes over, but our console manages the team that's believing and dangerous and Florida's going to need to forget about that Great win against George and get ready to play physical team against Arkansas Berry. Autumn, has a win as a head coach in the swamp when he was the head coach at Missouri Love to pull that upset again. All right. Let's bring in Heather Dennis to expand that college football conversation. And Heather. It's not the elephant in the room. Rather, the herd of elephants we know about the non bubble leagues like Major League baseball that finishing the NFL is powering through because Barbossa different dynamic regarding the covert impact. Six ranked teams postponed or canceled, including top ranked Alabama against L S U the Ivy League pulled the plug on winter sports Covitz numbers. Jumping across the country. Perhaps it's continuing to alter the schedule. Perhaps some schools are leagues just can't finish. But what sense do you have of how the coronavirus ultimately impacts this sport regarding getting the season finished? A champion crowned, I think as he seeks Missioner Gregg. Thank you summed it up the best this week when he said that he was shaken, not deterred, and that phrase has been repeated. Throughout this week, because I think it exemplifies the general feeling throughout the sports decision makers honestly from coast to coast, and while there has been some talk and acknowledgement This week that the conference commissioners are at least discussing the potential of pushing the college football playoff back if they need to. The general consensus is that everyone wants to reschedule these games. Play them and stick with the timeline and crowned champion on January 11th in Miami Gardens, Florida as plants. Yeah, that's that's according to actions that seems to be the sense you get. How about Whether we focus on a trio of ABC games today, we'll start with the prime time kickoff number. 13, Wisconsin at Michigan. That's a 7 30 Eastern kick off. The Badgers haven't played three weeks. The covert 19 outbreak there, including the quarterback and coach. Health wise. Where are the Badgers? Well, that's a great question. I don't know that they even know the answer to that. I mean, when you have players who cannot return any sooner than 21 days because of this return to play progression. That's the question. How do they look? What do they look like? I mean, for over a week, they were talking about just how they were meeting
DART police investigate man's death at bus station in West Dallas
"Death of a man that was found at a bus station and west Dell's dart police went to the bench. Burnell Singleton transfer location Friday night, October 30th. That was after getting calls about an unconscious person. They found a 70 year old man who was unconscious with injuries to the head. He was taken to Methodist Hospital where he passed away. Family members say dark police officers came to their home later that night and told them that the man was a victim. Of a hit and run again part
Illinois Reports 7,538 New Coronavirus Cases, 55 Deaths as Positivity Rate Increases Again
"Thompson Center today. State public health director Darting in Gaza Easy reported little noise daily count of the new girl, the virus cases and the hospitalizations doubling in the last month. We are fully into the second wave or second surge, and the cases are increasing exponentially. State today reported more than 7500 new covert 19 cases and 55 additional deaths tied to the pandemic.
Mindfulness of the Breath | Guided Meditation
"Hi. This is Matteo Persona. Your Guide for this mindfulness of breath meditation practice. Arrange your body in a comfortable and stable. Posture either seated or lying down. Create a steady foundation with your legs and hips and feet. And once you find it. LET THEM REMAIN THERE Steady like a mountain. Rising. From your foundation is your comfortably straight spine. Poll your shoulders. Slightly back and then relax them. Balanced your head between your shoulders and. Slightly Tuck Your Chin. In a gesture of. Introspection. Your Lips can be slightly parted in your. Tongue gently placed at the. Front of your upper palate. Is can be gently close or partially opened in either case relax them. And keep them from darting here and there. Now. have an adjusted your posture. You can adjust your attitude. Perhaps thinking. made the benefit accrue today through my efforts in meditation? Not only remain with me. Shared with my family. My community and beyond. Now to begin take a few deep breaths full inhalations. And complete excavations. Inhaling deeply. Exhaling. One last time inhale. Annex say. Let your breath return to its natural rhythm. Bring your awareness to your body for shortwhile. Feel your body as a composite whole. As you relax into stillness. How does the body feel? Sitting still. Next. Gather your mind and bring it into your body. Feel the physical sensations. Of sitting still for a few moments. then. Move your awareness to whatever part. Of your body is touching the floor. Feel the TACTILE, sensations. Of the bottom or sides your feet. Your. Shins. The back, your thighs and your sit bones. Feel that foundation. Next move your awareness to the base of your spine. and. Slowly scan up your bag. Feeling that sensations. As your awareness passes of your sake grim. The Lower and mid back. Between shoulders just feeling bit sensations. Moving up to the head. Spread your awareness over your scalp and behind your ears.
A Prescription Video Game for ADHD
"Spaceman rides down an icy River on a jet fuel draft avoiding obstacles and collecting tokens. It looks like a scene out of Mario Kart or any number of popular video games. But this is endeavor RX the first fda-cleared video game for childhood p h d so what makes Endeavor special the hand eye movements that relies on Earth ought to exercise circuits that involve attention and this Theory did translate into small but real improvements in attention in 5 clinical trials involving over six hundred children with ADHD compared to Placebo, which was a simple puzzle video game 47% of children who played Endeavor RX for four weeks saw improvements and attention and reaction time on cognitive testing. So about half of them got better, but they also got better on the placebo group only in that case. It was about a third of them who got better now. It's important understand that no one not even the achille company that makes this video game and not the FDA is suggesting that this game treats ADHD, it only improved performance on cognitive testing and it's not clear how or even if that translates to changes in the classroom in the social world to put all this in a broader context. We've been recommending that children with ADHD play outdoors and take up something that requires physical Mastery like karate dance or sports for years. So this isn't too far off the usual path dexterity games improve cognitive performance an older adults and in people with dementia, it just seems that doing things physically with your hands any task that requires you to constantly adjust based on real-world feedback. Things like darts piano or even Tetris is good for the brain. But if Endeavor RX improves attention, what about other video games that we don't know about the Wii Sports sweets particularly. We bowling has good evidence for age-related cognitive decline, but it's never been studied in ADHD that I know of in some way Endeavor RX is a typical video game, but it does have two differences that make it stand out verse the game adjusts in real time. It gets harder or easier depending on your skill level that helps keep the child attention next the game shuts off after 30 minutes of play per day the children who used it liked Endeavor RX. I wanted to play it longer but the early shut off prevents addiction and reminds us of an important principle for brainhealth. The brain likes variety and does best with moderation dead.
Early Voting Begins For Detainees In Chicago's Cook County Jail
"Cook County Jail is one of the largest in the country that offers early voting for a pretrial detainees and that has cooked on the sheriff Tom Dart, wondering why other jails around the country can't do the same thing. In full ofthe body inside of a jail. You're trying to tell me that another jail has more complications and us under a new state law, all jails must offer early voting and counties with more than three million people must provide onsite voting facilities of the 5400 inmates about 3000 of registered to vote previous to last March is primary inmates could only vote
"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity
"And the scene l f o g another show that I always appeared on regularly lfod Radio Live Free or Die which is at Tufts University and not the other show was over dog radio that came on right after each other and my podcast was going to be in the middle and bleed into one of the other and I was like, I am not doing it. I was like the scene and my people are too important to me and no I don't want to do that. So I gave up off of free slot on the radio. To do a podcast that was given me because I didn't want to separate or splinter and make people in the scene have to choose me over the other two big radio stations and support the scene wage. And I was just like fucking I'll probably never do a podcast home. Fast forward to me writing in late in December 2017. I'm going to start a podcast my podcast can be called Art Against Humanity and I write that and everybody reads this shit off and they're like, oh, yeah. We're looking forward to Dart Against Humanity. So what kind of like push me like a motherfuker you better put out during instrument, you know, and I was like, all right. I have no equipment have no way to record a podcast home. I have no place to record it at and I heard about things like the podcast garage and all these different places that like had people who bought a quarter cast and you need an editor and you need somebody to do the sound and I'd done radio with different places. I've gone unregular I've gone to to dig radio. I you know, I've been at the the other spot did recorded off. Over dog so they were like three different places. I know there's like you go in their physical places you walk into you go upstairs. There's people working behind the counter, you know, there's people turning knobs people turn to stuff on and also the shit. Well, I go to all these other places. So I start studying the scene and figuring out what's a good place for me to go to record this podcast or you know a good scene and then I realized like I don't want to have to go anywhere where I have to set up a time or schedule. I want removed when I want to record I want to do it, you know whenever I want to do it and I don't wanna have to worry about editing and something going wrong and can we get into the building and it's flooding and all those stupid shit off. So I was just like, I don't know so I'm going back and forth interviewing all these different people auditioning and it's March..
Utah hiker stalked by a cougar for 6 minutes while he slowly backed away
"Survive my adrenaline's pumping film Much on Saturday, Avid hiker Kyle Burgess was climbing the trails of Utah's Slate Canyon Park when he noticed an unwanted follower. No No, My God going. Go away. Please go away A cougar stalking Burgess just after he spotted her four cubs along reporting the chase lasting nearly six minutes going We'll get your babies. Oh, no, I'm not going back down. At first, The cougar pursues Burgess at a slow pace. But soon she closes in no lunging and charging at him. Flashing teeth and claws definitely thought like, Yeah, I was going to hurt the cooker continues charging and hissing at Burgess. I don't feel like dying today in fear he hurled a rock toward the wildcat quickly, causing it to retreat and dart away. I can't explain what I thought this would happen because this is all this. Crazy to me, Katie back and be soon about
"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity
"And I am an anchor podcaster one. What up, this is Dart Adams and you were listening to episode 99 of Dart Against Humanity. Today is an interesting episode because it's essentially the one year anniversary of the release of Best Damn hip hop rap the book of Dart my first book. And conversely it's the 40th anniversary of the release of one of the biggest albums in my young life. Prince's dirty mind For those of you that weren't paying attention last episode I recorded it right after I did a virtual Round Table. And it was called This Album saved nineteen eighty. I picked two albums. Everybody picked two albums for their own experience that they wanted to talk about. My two albums. I picked was Zapped self-titled album's app with More Bounce to the Ounce on Thursday and several other songs that I love brand new player is on that tonight in a brand new play the six songs on it, right 4th, which I used to play over and over and over again. The final song is like it's kind of Ragtime and then like it's the throwback the old job as and has like some some like harmonica being played near like the old like old-timey harmonica played near Bootsy Collins was involved in making it off. That album also has the song that they sampled for keep your head up. Bye to bug surprised more people didn't flip it but it's perfect ending in it then and then it should know. Well well, well like the song was incredible, right and the vocals on the album nuts. They didn't really focus as much off. The talk box. I think the top box is like prominent on like maybe two songs. It's it's mostly like just normal R&B vocals on there. Like there's a joint on their thoughts like overwhelmingly. Instrumental, but the second album I picked was of course princess dirty mind princes. Dirty mind came out when I was five years old five for those of you who don't remember princess dirty mind. If you don't that's really sad or aren't familiar with it. It's an album that features prints on the front cover with.
Matt Wilkinson: Former pro-surfer survives close call with shark
"A great white shark circled within inches of pro surfer Matt Wilkinson's board before darting away in a chilling and counter captured by a drone that is part of an Australian shark warning system. So they're using drones in Australia to watch the Sharks. Officials say a 5 FT shark might have been deterred by from attacking Will Wilkinson by the unfilmable unfamiliar touch of a leg rope. On its Newt. Or the overhead noise of the drone. That surfer from city said he never saw the shark while he was paddling his board but heard a fin or tail break The water surface during the recreational served yesterday off the tourist town of Bolena. Ah professional surfer with a close encounter of the shark kind there.
Jeroen Corthout On Focusing on the Work to Make the Results Follow
"Common logic is you set a goal and then you work to ours at the reaches. That's how almost everyone managers salespeople all of us think successes made you visualize an ambitious yet achievable number as your goal, and then you start working hard to achieve its. Truth is humans don't work that way we not robles. We don't have infinite discipline and we often have to scramble very last minute to achieve the goal put forward at the start of the year because you know I've got in the way of our blands. But how then do we make things happen if setting goals doesn't work? How can we humans still achieve greatness? What should we focus our minds on instant? The answer is actually rather simple. It's the consistent effort to reach that goal. So little example if your sales target is one million per year than the bending on your business that might mean closing twenty four deals of forty two gay in the year, which amounts to two per month. Before divided by twelve to and if you're close rate is about percents than that means generating twenty new leads per month, which then if you look at it is about one for working day now, that's something much more danceable. We can commit to this start sounding much much easier. All we need to focus on in the morning actually is starting getting that one you lead in the pipeline and then worked the deals already in our biplane so that in about every two weeks, one of over deals in the biplane closed, this is the magic of folks in your daily sales practice on implant sales quarter Rotterdam and output level sales quota you're eyeing. We break down a big goal into an achievable goal to reach every day of every week so that we can do consistent efforts to crush darts, and this actually applies to everything we do in life if you want to run a marathon, then just go for run a few days per week and increase the amount of time you spent. If you want to read more books than just set aside a short moment everyday to read and read a bit longer. If you're enjoying its, you'll get their focused on building habits instead of visualizing lofty goals, control the inputs Rotterdam obsessing about the the. Or as the the door toys sat through the hair slow and steady wins the race
"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity
"Click one button and they will search for sponsors for you and they will come back and they will give you an option of recording ads like the one I'm doing right now. So if you're interested in this and what you should do is you should go download the free anchor app or go to Anchor and just get started. I'm Dart Adams and I am an anchor podcaster one. Would mrs. Adams in this episode 98 of dirt Against Humanity. So my previous two episodes R. Against Humanity were pretty much me trying to figure out things on this page on the Fly And even though I've been told they both episodes worked for the some of the so many of the people that listen to them. I am super critical of myself. So those episodes sound and field to me. Like if you're familiar with the chicken connoisseur the episode where he didn't have an editor and he did it when he called acapella and there was no editing. That's what it seemed like. I like to be prepared to like to have an idea of what I'm going to do. Sometimes even like to have the title in place. So I have Foundation because I'm someone who can go off on an absolute Grant slash tangent and try to find the point. I don't like that. I like structure. It's bad enough. I do this podcast without a host or a guest. It's just me talking into an iPhone XR. We don't have to worry about that this episode because I have something to talk about and so for those of you who don't know I got hacked off now. Also another thing you need to understand is that one of the reasons this podcast works for its distribution is because I record the podcast I then uploaded I manage it through the The website for anchor I fill in all the blanks. I named the episode. I write the description go through the the anchor app through desktop off then. I make it live then it distributes. I usually have to wait anywhere between 30 minutes on average for it to distribute. That means goes the first thing I do is that I go to smart URL. So I post a link from anchor first name that I go to smart URL there from Smart URL I posted about three times it half hour intervals through my Twitter account then what I do is once we hit about 2:00 a.m. That's when I pull up the list of podcast Distributors. It's about 50 podcast Distributors. I usually go through that list and I post them in order in order in order because if you post the same thing on Twitter, you know, it'll block you so I switch it up every time and this is how I distribute to podcast through my Twitter account my Twitter account off. It is verified on Twitter account that has 21,000 followers. Well, my Twitter account got hacked. It happened Sunday afternoon..
"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity
"And they will come back and they will give you an option of recording ads like the one I'm doing right now. So if you're interested in this and what you should do is should go download the free anchor app or go to Anchor and just get started. I'm Dart Adams and I am an anchor podcaster one. Would mrs. Adams in this episode 98 of dirt Against Humanity. So my previous two episodes R. Against Humanity were pretty much me trying to figure out things on this page on the Fly And even though I've been told they both episodes worked for the some of so many of the people that listen to them. I am super critical of myself. So those episodes sound and field to me. Like if you're familiar with the chicken connoisseur the episode where he didn't have an editor and he did it when he called acapella and there was no editing. That's what it seemed like. I like to be prepared to like have an idea of what I'm going to do. Sometimes even like to have the title in place. So I have Foundation because I'm someone who can go off on an absolute Grant slash tangent and try to find the point. I don't like that. I like structure. It's bad enough. I do this podcast without a host or a guest. It's just me talking into an iPhone XR. We don't have to worry about that this episode because I have something to talk about and so for those of you who don't know I got hacked off now. Also another thing you need to understand is that one of the reasons this podcast works for its distribution is because I record the podcast I then uploaded I manage it through the The website for anchor I fill in all the blanks. I named the episode. I write the description go through the the anchor app through desktop off then. I make it live then it distributes. I usually have to wait anywhere between 30 minutes on average for it to distribute. That means goes the first thing I do is that I go to smart URL. So I post a link from anchor first name that I go to smart URL there from Smart URL I posted about three times it half hour intervals through my Twitter account then what I do is once we hit about 2:00 a.m..
"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity
"An anchor podcast. One. Would up this Dr Adams and this is episode ninety, seven start against Mandy As we expected to Brianna Taylor, decision came down. Did, not go. The way we'd hoped it would. It went pretty much the way we expected it to. Day decided to pay restitution to the family. But we didn't see real justice and we kind of figured that was going to happen. The charges more so are related to property damage than murdering a woman in cold blood in her own home when she wasn't a threat to anyone. It's unfortunate that being black in. America. Even in twenty twenty. That we fully expect to not. Get Protection under the law. And to have those people in power. And these officials? Double Talk US and explain away why It didn't happen. In any other way than to say, this is flat out bullshit. We know it's bullshit. We know we're not getting equal protection to law. We know we're getting railroaded. We know our lives aren't valued as much as. White people stop. And we know that we can be chilled. Exterminated murdered. For no reason. And Never, get justice for it. And then be told. A. Don't go. Riding. Don't go burn shit up. Don't go looting. You can protest. But peacefully, but do peaceful. Under our definition. We're going to fuck you over in every way shape or form we're going to. Enforce our power over you. and. Then we're going to tell you. You can't get mad about it. And if you do get mad only within the parameters of acceptable to us otherwise wait are you going to do to US kill us? And then not justice again. But don't do anything bed. Is. Frustrating is beyond frustrating. And it said that this is our lives. anyways This is again. The, third to last episode of Dart Against Humanity. I started this park has back twenty second two, thousand, eighteen. And when I first. Thought up the idea of a podcast, it wasn't supposed to be this. It was supposed to be something completely different those opposed to be under a network. Time, slot. You know was going to have sponsorship. And then. I pulled out of the deal. And I told everybody I was going to have podcast didn't do it. Then when I finally did it later. It evolved into this..
The 4 Most Annoying Interview Mistakes
"Zooms head of hiring has got some really good insight on video interviews. So zoom exploded during the pandemic you know as this hey, this is a great tool to do meetings when you have to be at home and working remote and as a result certain companies kept hiring and so they were having to do interviews via zoom or just video interviews and so this is an article from CNBC's got some really good stuff in this I want to go through this because the video interview is not necessarily going away. Here's some things you want to be aware of these are big mistakes that the zoom head of hiring has noticed and they're spot on number one too much fidgeting and peaking at your phone. With an in person interview. This is Phil. Haynes who's head of global talent acquisition presume with an in person interview never sneak a look at your phone. I hope not. Can you imagine face to face have an interview and you do one of these numbers? Yeah Yeah. Sorry. I got a text from the wife. Could you imagine? and. Yet because the video interview and it's buzzing, people are looking down and they're looking at their phone or something else and they're fidgeting around and moving around and this is bad bad bet. It's a distraction for you and the person interview number to watch the up and down I move across the screen. I never thought about this until reading this article this really true when you're on a screen. and. You're doing a conversation with somebody you tend to your eyes are darting all around screen time. Is it here? I'm looking down here to get a couple of emails o a chat just came or whatever, and you're not looking at the person here's the deal just because it's a video interview, you need to have the same rules as an in person interview. We all know those people you meet them at an event and you're talking to them and they're scanning over your shoulder to see if there's somebody more interesting to look at Voi-. Number three. Don't be visibly worried and distracted by things. You can't control the home environment mishaps as Hell hanes refers to this has never this is key to here. Folks has never botched a really good interview. So the interviews going great and let's say a dog and this is what he says. I've Seen Dogs Butts Behind People's heads I've seen ups, guys at the door I've seen people do interviews with two year old, Noor Lap. The more natural. You are the better and this is an interesting statement hanes all these. Home. Environment mishaps in the middle of the interview have actually enhanced our ability to judge the real person. So here's the deal. If the two year old walks in and throws a dirty diaper and hitch in the side of the ear while you're doing your video interview, you gotTa Roll with it. Right? You gotta go. Well, that's my two year old Leon who just hit me in the head with a dirty diaper. We'll get to that a little bit later but the you know and have fun comment with you know. But this is just like a customer coming out of nowhere with a with a rant and I got to handle it. They see your humanness and they see how you handle it. Oh, it's it actually becomes an attractive thing and finally number four boring unenthusiastic answers. Again, this is not a video element is just the kind of put this on this one on here, and this is why I do the interview guide. Free resources that can come dot com how to win the interview and Hanes says, consider in advance. What questions you'll be asked You keep the person engaged make sure that you keep people engaged you do that by preparing ahead of time so you've got a really good answer
The Mid Night Club street racers
"Today we have. I'm excited about this is a good one. This is. One of the coolest cars things ever. Yeah. We have very so secretive who topic you guys today we are talking about a racing group known. As the Midnight Club, a midnight club. Yes. The fastest racing team fastest street racing team in Japan got comic book made after him. Yeah. Thanks to an in-depth investigation by wonderful writer. Joseph thank you Joseph. We're able to bring you the truth but the Midnight Club It's worth pointing out the most the articles refining them in that club are based on the wikipedia article. That's it. That's journalism and yet unfortunately for the vast majority of them, the information on the wikipedia page has been purposely crafted to mislead people to protect the real members, identity God, their the aluminum body it's insane. That means a large amount of what people think they know about the club's actually wrong deliberately. So but FRONTENAC. Because we're super excited to share the real story behind them in that club. All right. So to know the story of the Midnight Club, you have to know nineteen eighties Japan throughout the nineteen eighties Japan was experiencing one of the most significant financial bubbles of all time. The entire bubble was similar to the one that we had in the US in two, thousand eight and the one that is currently taking place in China the post world. War. Two Economy of Japan had encouraged citizens to save their money causing an unbelievable surplus of savings The banks had no problem meeting their reserve requirements stays thanks to the massive cash surplus, which in turn allow the banks to engage in much more lenient. Lending behavior does this sound familiar? Yeah. Okay. Good. There are also many America yeah. It's like how it was ten years ago now, but that's a crash. What we're saying here is just like after World War. Two there's this culture in Japan where the government was like just save your money save your money save your money. and. The reason that these cars happened. Is because. The companies looked around and they were like Orlands ultra-modern. Yeah. We could. We could make something really cool stuff and they could buy it, and so they just started making twin turbo six cylinder behemoths out. We will get there. There are also many government programs intended to weaken the US dollar against the Japanese yen through means of financial deregulation. The combination of excess liquidity in the banks and financial deregulation led to a massive economic boom known as Japan's economic miracle prices on domestic stocks and real estate had risen to an all time high tripling in value tripling tripling in value between nineteen, eighty, five and nineteen eighty-nine wealthy parents could afford to buy their children. The nicest sports cars Japan. Had offer sports cars were absolutely everywhere in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty. Japan. The Best of all, they were dirt cheap a new Nissan Silvia s thirteen q only cost roughly seventy five hundred US dollars about eighteen thousand dollars today. You imagine getting a Sylvia. Can like you can't get a Sylvia for eighteen grand I mean you can could, but like a clean one. That's what they're they sell for now. They haven't appreciate all in the big picture. It was the Japanese bubble that led to the birth of all the street racing in the country I am hooked kids loved the idea of driving a fast car on the cheap in the early eighties some of the more popular choices of course, Celica supra. They weren't the marked for supers- yet CELICA SUPRA. Eighty sixes s thirty s one thirties. Arek. Sevens Nissan skylines Sylvia again. And Yeah since they all had easy money from their parents all they would do dart onto the highway in Tomei or one gone and started zipping around looking for trouble the Tomei highway became notorious for heavy duty street racing.
"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity
"I'm Dart Adams and I am An anchor podcast. One. Would this atoms and this is so ninety four dart against humanity I just finished watching the Boston Celtics lose a close playoff game to the Toronto Raptors. They had them down point five seconds left and gave them a sliver of a possibility the tire win the game. Things went awry. They lost years ago I would have been pissed off. I would have been angry I would have been cussing to high heavens I would have been. tweeting up a storm about how the Celtics made mistakes and did X. Y. and Z.. And I would be really angry right now I'm not. I'm just dislike. Championship team the executed when they had to they did it several times a Vanfleet and Lau down down the line to Celtics head opportunities to hit shots when they were up forty didn't you let them back in the game they executed they warn win game four on Saturday. Now that comes with being forty-five. Having a whole bunch of my people not be here with me. whether be friends associates Contemporaries or family members. And US being. Seven months deep into a pandemic. And Me Finding out that several institutions that. I've been frequenting most of my life are no longer in operation. All around me. I'm just happy to be alive. To be in good health to be okay financially, not be in danger of being. Not having any serious health problems or not being super stressed out because I'm doing pretty. Okay right now. So that being the case I, don't have any reason to be really angry I'm going to likely be alive to see game four on Saturday in the comfort of my own home. After I paid rent. Everybody can't say that everybody does isn't Ns situation so you know. It is what it is like Chadwick. Bozeman passed away at age forty three. He was in stage four colon cancer and he had been working nonstop. He didn't tell anybody what he was going through. Like. That puts a whole lot of stuff in a perspective and it said because for some people were sounds ablest. Well, doesn't for some people actually is I don't know why people throw that in there but. He couldn't tell everybody the he was going through this because they would have treated him differently or he wouldn't have gotten the jobs you wouldn't have been offered them. All these different things. But the fact that a matter is I'm still here and I'm good. So for me to get riled up about something that I have no control over. And I couldn't have done anything about an all I'm doing is observing anyway. From, the comfort of my living room. You know it all puts a lot of stuff in a perspective. There's a lot of people who are now number here why GonNa be texting me about this shot. And that's the other part of it. So. You know. Again. You don't stop. GotTa get back up and play again on. Saturday. That's my. That's my philosophy and I'm not going to harp on who did what? Who was wrong who did what whatever man If anybody understands knowing that life is all about. Shit. Going wrong things going left and you re gathering yourself. Getting it back together. pivoting. And doing it again until you get it right and actually come out with a win. It's me. That's a life lesson. So I'm not going to stress out about a basketball game even though it's my team I mean shit the bronze out the playoffs offs..
Lying about lizzards
"Can you hold us from why are you handing me a t shirt covered in pain I just got back from an epic game of paintball and I really need to put on a different shirt. Well, that sounds like fun. It's the Best Deborah especially when you've got a total paintball pro like me on your team but your your shirt is covered in paint isn't the object of the game not to get hit with paint. Deborah that's human paintball and what am I supposed to do with his shirt cold wash gentle cycle and don't forget the fabric softener. Thanks. Fine and I'll thank you for telling us how are gameworks sure. It's not as much fun as robot pay Balthasar. Yeah we can do. Okay. Every week I'm talking every week. We don't take weeks off for like staff retreats were Deborah takes to a SPA. Bring on to grownups. One is an expert. The other is a liar and it's the job of a human child to help us figure out who. Can spot a liar better than a kid. I mean. List we hope what are we lying about today deborah me our lying about lizards reptiles have scales for skin long bodies and pointy tails. Lisa tell us what you know about lizards. Super. Funny. Really, yeah, I'm taking the stand up comedy last my instructor Eddie Lizard, told me that lizards are known for their comedic timing something to do with how fast they have to dart out their tongues to catch bugs If you say so I'm really looking forward to catching your next comedy set, but in the meantime can use set us up with the name of our contestant. Okay I. Hope he's a Lizard Lizard. Oh, that's fine. Are Human Child contestant is a nine year old who loves going to the AQUA TOPA waterpark? Colin Rowe it. Hi Colin Welcome how are you today? I'm feeling good. I'm so glad to hear it. You must tell us what is this thing you call the Topa Water Well. It's a huge Waterberg with lots of slide that superfund terribly dangerous water is very dangerous. Do well for robots it is and are they really tall slides? Are they kinda scary or some are really scary somebody just Easy easy but they're all great. Yeah and terrifying unreal scary scarier you. Okay on yes. I understand that you learned a trick on your new bike is true yes. I did what did you learn to do how to do a U-TURN? So how do you do a u-turn? Well, you have to make an illegal u-turn for cars. You have to ride your bike into somebody's car and then take over the steering of the car and then make a around. Now, awesome trick dude, that's the trail. Now know what he's doing is totally legal, right? Yes. Awesome. Well, WE WANNA learn even more fun facts about you Colin, but we're GONNA, get into big FIBS style. Yeah. So we'RE GONNA play a game called to truths and ally you Colin are going to tell us three facts about yourself except two of those facts will be true. One of them will be ally and we have to figure out which one is the liar you ready Yes all right, Colin what are your three facts? I've been Costa Rica? I can juggle I like Broccoli. K. Well everybody likes. That'd be true. What do you think Lisa? Yeah you can't juggle dude. You just learn to ride your bike into car and make a U-TURN. There's no way. Too much talent. Kennett. That's difficult back to believe all right Colin, which one of those faxes actually ally I can't juggle. Juggle. Because he just learned how to commandeer car, of course. Lisa.
Amazon Halo Band Can Detect Emotion
"I have a very interesting story to share with you again today. Now, it's not directly related with Lexi to be perfectly honest but I think it's another hint of what Amazon Doing Amazon is doing and how Lexie's going to become embedded in our smart devices. Amazon just announced that they have released a new. Health tracking device called the halo, band and it's basically. From what I can tell a competitive device to things like the fit bit. So what does the Halo do? Well first of all, it's there is no face there's no screen on it. It's a device that you wear and everything is underneath the band. So you've got the that's checking your pulse, for example, and here's some of the things the device can do. It includes three body scans for body fat and so on and includes a tracker it can track your physical activity but here's the really interesting part with voice technology it can track your mood and it can use. Voice tone detection to analyze emotion. Now, I have to believe that a next generation of this device or alternately a next generation. lexi device is going to incorporate this technology where the way you speak can actually the analyzed and your emotion can be. Told from the way you are speaking. At the demos of this Halo Band when you? Tells you brief cast dot fm are you feeling sad and so on and my sense is that this is a way for Amazon to try this out, and then somehow lexi voice technology makes sense is going to be incorporated with a way to detect emotion either through this device itself or through Lexi. I would love to hear your comments on this hit me up on twitter Dr Terry, Fisher Dart, E. R. I F. I. S. H. E. R.. How do you feel about that about lexi potentially being able to understand how you are emotionally feeling at any particular time very
Interview With The Host Of Talking Mopars Podcast
"Today, our guest is Chris Albrecht Chris host, the podcast talking Mo- parts. He has built this baby as the number one podcast on planet earth which I like, and he himself is known as the moped hunter. Since our four hundred and fortieth episode was coming up I thought it would be good to do something to mark the occasion, and maybe he'll correct me here when it comes to mow power power plants, I think four forty may be the one I think of I even more than a four twenty-six, even more than three. Really four forty is what I think of I. But. What I really want to do here is focused on mopus and celebrate kind of a special day Chris Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me on rob I'm happy to be here. Totally. So. Chris let some ground rules here. I'M A podcast year. Europe podcast her we either have to work together or we gotta go to like the death and Only one of us can win I'm all for working together. Sound Good Man before I ever got into podcasting. I was a fan of many automotive podcasts including yours and that kind of pave the way for me to go. You know I'm obviously not going to do a podcast about muscle cars because that would be competing with the big dogs but I decided to focus my podcast on what I'm absolutely one hundred percent passionate about which is parts totally at most that was tongue in cheek and it's a big world out here man, there's so much room and. Opportunity and I have made more friends in the podcast space than I can even count and it's always been a good thing. It should be that we're competitors but were really not I. Don't know why it works that way but it works hand in hand and I really enjoy this and I can't wait to learn more here. So Chris let's start with the basics before you even get to the moped stuff. This is our first conversation ever where are you? Where'd you grow up get into? Cars I grew up in Seattle Washington and I currently live about thirty miles north in Marysville. I grew up around Mope ours I spent a lot of my formative years in a nineteen seventy five dodge custom. What we know now as Boogie Van Really Yeah my dad bought a seventy five cargo van a dodge black nothing in it completely gutted and he built it from the ground up you know this shag carpet the bed in the. Back the spoiler, the porthole windows, the side of the crater mags, all the fender flares the whole kit and caboodle along with that vehicle my dad in one, thousand, nine, hundred, I was born in one, thousand, eight, five, thirty, five and my dad bought a brand new Daytona Turbo Z in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five black with louvers and the car has a talking computer in it so it will tell you if your doors are ajar and things. Like that and as a kid, I thought that was the coolest ever being I'm watching rider on TV and my dad's car as a young kid I'm like Oh my God, my dad's car talks to. So ever since I was young Mo parts have had an impact on my life and when I was young, my dad didn't have a par muscle car but I, had heard stories of his nineteen sixty nine dodge dart that used to go. To, the street races with and just have a general good time with and I was always intrigued I'm a car enthusiast I. I, respect anybody that has a passion for cars. I don't care if it's a Ford Chevy or an import I respect all but I've always had a deep seated love for Mo- powers and when I got older, I can finally afford to get myself a couple of projects. So here we are what were your first products? My first Mo Pars were a nineteen sixty-nine Dodge Dart coincidentally, the same color as my dad's name I've found that, and now I also have a nineteen seventy six dodge deal one, hundred short bed pickup truck that I love as well, and that was kind of like my answer to the C. Tens because I've had see tens before in the past before I got into buying my. Own mopeds, construction company, and the owner bought me a seat in. So I've had my fair share of different vehicles but something always dragged me back to mow pars in when I was finally in a position to get myself a couple I never looked back.
Woman Killed as 2 Cars Strike Her in West Philadelphia
"Police are asking for help in finding the first of two drivers who had a woman crossing the street that first driver left the scene K y Nobody's Mike Dart. He has the latest, A 25 year old woman is dead. Police say she was hit by a car near the intersection of Catherine Street and Cobbs Creek Parkway in West Philly overnight. That driver sped off and left the victim suffering in the street. Police say she was hit by another car moments later, and that driver did stop to help. The victim was taken to the hospital where she died. Now investigators are asking for help in identifying the driver who hit her first. So far, they don't have a lot of information to work with and want to hear from anybody who might be able to add a few more pieces to the puzzle. Mike
Protests in Belarus as disputed early election results give President Lukashenko an overwhelming victory
"Doing. To set a companion. Yoshino Colella. Dollar, Mr Casio's. Which is The voice you can hear belongs to Sweat Lonard economics care the main opposition leader in Belarus he until recently was a stay at home mom. But after the arrest of her husband, she decided to enter the political arena. Over the past few months she has brought hope to thousands of people would desperate for change in a country that for twenty six years has been under the authoritarian rule of President Alexander Lukashenko. On Sunday, they took to the streets to despite the election result, which recorded a landslide victory for the president. The protesters were met with a vitamin response from the police. Over the past few days, thousands have been arrested and to have died. To Oscar has now left the country after an apparent threat children. I'm looking he was nearly. On Tuesday, she released this video. In it she looks anxious and her eyes Dart around the room. She says, she knows many will condemn her for leaving and that she wouldn't wish this choice on anyone. PUT She pleads look after yourselves. Roster. Not One life is worth what is happening now? She's PUT, the war. To police who? From The Guardian, I'm Rachel Humphries today in Focus. Could a protest movement in Belarus bring down President Alexander Lukashenko. Honolulu Cova. Your a journalist based in Minsk and on Sunday night, the exit polls Belarus's election were released and they showed president. Alexander Lukashenko, had one eighty percent of the vote people immediately began protesting across the country. Tell me what happened. It was a completely peaceful protest people just. To demand pay a result of this election. Belarus, Rue Stan's though recent protesters do not offer demolished buildings staredown building they just got it and then over staten more ride from these team and they started this I he pulled. Out Whenever rights survived people disappeared and then became again but then more forces came in, they started using rubber bullets and tear gas what can and so many people get injured. Also, know that finished bands at least twice rammed into protesters human rights defenders said at some point that there was one person who died. That's awful. What is it been like for you covering these protests? For me is a they think the red difference suggests like I. Minister of information with blame you if you don't wear your press card but if you wear those finds that then you will be targeted this, it'd be know about journalists targeted Robert Bullets and tear gas just because they were during this. Journalists detained as well and I know about. My colleague editor in chief at Neva he was coming back. There was on his way to his home when he was detained so he was probably surveilled. We don't know what what happens human where he is it actually the same portal for for many people journalists the disappeared be looking for them at detention centers, but also relatives of. Thousands of people, hundreds of people are looking for their brothers. So tyrants who who disappeared during this protest I mean that's incredibly scary hunter and you were journalists reporting on this yourself. Where you worried about what my to you yes. I mean on many levels I'm not at home. Now I'm elsewhere at a safe location which I will probably have to change. The Ron though rules like if new report from a conflict area, you still kind of can understand where you are where you cannot be and here is can detained can be arrested. You can get in anywhere and if you're journalists doesn't help one of the most outrageous impound in of this police brutality. People started gathering farther away from the city centre immune. I was also there and it was redefined away. They can. No protests could have happened that before it was just the. Protests this stay there for a while they wait completely peaceful nothing. They did nothing they were clapping cars for honking. And all of a sudden riot police came again. So we run away to car and. Then also stunned grenade were deployed and. Ride police started firing people and also cars. So he's Tongres Brennan hit exploded near our car actually have it on video.
Direct Connections With Jonny Mopar
"Did we talk about your road runner on the first episode, we did together of the show I. Don't want why don't you tell us the story? Yes. Aside from chargers and burnt up Khuda. Johnny and a whole host of other MO- pars. Johnny has also had a really awesome dude. You're roadrunners bad, ass. Tell us about your road. I remember seeing the pictures of it for the first time and I'm like. Hey, you have too many cool cars that I want. So. Tell us about that. Awesome roadrunner. This is the ratty one right the blue. Absolutely that okay. Man That card if I could find that exact car right now, I'd be a very happy man but. Tell us tell us the whole story about the road. All right. So Up in the high desert, which is I think it's like Apple Valley area out here. Not You know not that you would know where this is but anyway, it's it's it's a little bit of a stretch to get there from where I lived but I think it was in the recycler craigslist or something? I'm not even sure craigslist was around back then but I found this seventy roadrunner right And it was pretty sketchy description and stuff and I call the guy and he's like ads. Pretty. Roach Dow. But it does run. It's a three car I'm like all right has tiktok tack in it unlike. Allen go check this thing out so I was just dating my wife back. Then you know so I I I cook stir into going for a drive. You know a road trip up to go check out this car. And get there and it's like this. Lavender primer color in somebody rattled canned stripe on the hood. Had the Bulge Hood. And but Iran. And I was like, Oh, by had, we'll flares in the back which I didn't And I think I think I paid. I want to say was like Fifteen hundred bucks to two thousand dollars somewhere in there. Drug at home. And then I didn't like the color. So I black primaried the whole thing and then I drove it around a little bit but I didn't have it long and then I was starting to chip out the crap and you know the flares and the wheel wells the hated it, and then it's like, oh. God. Why did I opened this up just nasty like they just they just got in there with like sheet metal cutters and just like peeled the medal up and then just mud it you know. Was Nasty and then the right rear corner that car. It had been hit and then so somebody cut a clip off of another car I'm thinking a four door. And like grafted it into the car, they did a terrible job of doing it. So I I was just like this way too much for me. I'm I'm not gonNA take on the project like this so I think it was probably the recycler. Anyway this guy from same area Apple Valley calls me up. He's a tow truck driver and he's like a he was yeah a I I know that car seen that car up here stopped trying to buy that car that guy wouldn't sell it for years and years, and he's like, how did you get a hold of it and I'm like it was in the recycler He's I can't believe I. missed it. You know. So anyways, he goes. Well, he didn't have eating the money, but he's like, would you be interested in a trade and I'm like I don't know like what do you got? You know he's listing off the one hundreds and you know some bodies like Darts and Whatever Who wants a dart when he can get chargers all the time for not? Exactly. Exactly. So unlike No not interested. He goes well, I got a I got a sixty nine road runner and I go. He goes with doesn't have drive train in it, but you know it's five blue and. I go. Sounds interesting. I'd be interested in that and he goes I. Go dude this car is rough. The seventy is rough 'cause. I've really like seventy seventies on my favorite. Described everything wrong with the car. I think it had three fifty five's in it but anyway, he's like well, can you come up and can I check out the car because I was really Skeptical that he would be interested in trading for it. Right so I, I, drive a met him. I went like three quarters of the way up there, and then he met me because he was working he was actually he showed up in a tow truck. We met like right off the freeway. You know he's checking out the car and he's like I want I'm interested and I'm like all right cool and he goes well. Come back up on the weekend and all I had was like a really sketchy picture. Of the Blue Road runner, the sixty nine.
"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity
"One. But a DART Adams and this is episode ninety of Dart. Against Humanity. Today's episode going to do something different I'm going to get. Personal. I'm going to tell a story. My Story. So when this episode is uploaded, it will be August. Seventh. August seventh is two things. August seventh will be the thirtieth anniversary of boogie down productions releasing their album edgy payment, which I will have a thirtieth anniversary retrospective running. On medium. However, August seventh. Is A special date For me in particular why August seventh two thousand fifteen is the day that my. Label. Produces I know. Released its first physical project. So. I'd released digital. Before..
"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity
"And it will get is. And I didn't realize that no. What happens is. You have to have. Hustle and muscle behind it. When I realized that. Everything made sense to me. Then I talked to someone else and explained to me. so here's the thing. For every hour you spent writing. You have to spend three promoting the piece you wrote. I was. Taken aback by this because if you know anything about me or if you've gathered anything about me. I'm always working on the next thing. So that means I'm not constantly promoting what I did. Because I'm working on the next thing. I'm doing three things at once, so if I'm promoting that one of these things that I did I'm already working on something else. I'll have the time to ram it down everybody's throats or push it everywhere else. I. Promote things. I'm doing in the interim while doing other things. which brings me, Mile Point? Recently. I've told you a couple of weeks ago. I believe that our. FACEBOOK started cracking down on what day perceived being spam. Spam meaning my weekly post where I say this is a new episode of Dart against humanity, and these are all the forty plus. PODCAST. Distributors. You can get it at, or you can stream it through for your convenience. After more than two years. facebook decided that was spam. So they took them all down. And I'm like I don't interact with people on facebook. Quite literally all I use facebook for is to post when I do a new episode darting issue Mandy when I'm quoted in an article. When I have a new piece on a new site. Or A book link. That's what I use facebook for. I don't interact with people on facebook. Sometimes family will send me something on on facebook and I don't see that shit for like weeks. I don't use facebook. Now. facebook. Is One thing. Twitter I'm actually active on. What happened recently is especially I believe. Is it yesterday or the day before yesterday now being as Friday? There was a hacking. On on twitter. and. You have a verified account. You were locked out for two hours. I didn't know that happened because I was so busy. Writing The aforementioned piece and I'm still finishing I'm going to finish on Friday. Friday now I'm going to finish today. And I was completely oblivious that this happened so when I get on twitter, everybody's talking about you know the hacking and and Verified uses being locked out making about it. All over the time line. And I'm like an air. Like I knew something was wrong because Dart. Dart was quiet and I'm like. That was quite dot was working. You know anything happen. So, somebody posted a meme. So you're like Spiderman. When the hawks snapped everybody back, and they showed like spider man going up to Tony Stark. All I know..
"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity
"Click one button, and they will search for sponsors for you, and they will come back, and they will give you an option of recording, and like the one I'm doing right now. So if you're interested in this, what you should do is you should go download the free anchor APP, or go to Anchor Dot FM backslash and just get started. I'm Dart Adams and I am. An anchor podcast. One, What up, this is Dr Adams and welcome to episode eighty, five hundred against humanity. So last week. My episode was about to specific articles. Get related to two different aspects of. Sample based culture in terms of rap. one of them was about was an article about A. A French, a group called CORTEX which. is well known and in terms of like. The HIP, hop. Ample dig record digging community right. And it's kind of gone a mainstream because mainstream artists have sampled them. And, the other article was pretty much about. Someone, who is young? Who is digging? For a sample source. But using digital means. As opposed to getting his hands dirty digging the way we did back in the day and how the entire culture of. Digging for a sample source. Is completely different and removed from the one way we went under as older people, but the fact that a matter is did since technology changed I feel that a good percentage of US still used those type of means like I. Doug, you know got my hands dirty digging the normal, the traditional manner but I also did it online. Because the P.. Two P. Sites emerged between nineteen, ninety, nine, two, thousand, two, thousand, one, and then once real time on the Internet caught up with us, and we were on. We could be on the Internet twenty four seven when DSL modems cable modems and things that happened going into the Digital Cable era, two thousand to two, thousand and three. We were looking for songs using the Internet searching. Using new methods through Google you, but we will also using things like. Any.
"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity
"Deadens and I am an anchor. Podcast ONE DART atoms and this is episode eighty dart against humanity the last time accorded episode against. Your Maniac said it was episode seventy eight. One is actually seventy nine which is weird because that was the third time I'd gone through that intro. So how I got one was weird. Anybody was notice. I've done a whole bunch of podcasts. Lately the last episode. I mentioned that I was on to other podcast. Since then I've done two more One of them was the rap rankings. Podcast where I discussed being rock homes. Classic seminal debut album paid in full. I talked about song seven on that album with as demand goes on reason. I did that being when you listen to the album. There are ten songs. Three of them instrumentals. The last song as a bonus beats pretty much extended beat so that one doesn't count but of the other remaining six songs five of the singles and the one song that isn't a single as demand goes on as a mom goes on a super crucial because it bridges the sauna comes before it and it allows you to listen to Chinese arithmetic now songs to scratch songs on. Payden four not great scratch songs. But it's still a classic album. And as the broncos on is crucial reason why and its placement on side B and I ex. I explained all that the podcast over three hours long. I show up our forty five minutes in just so you know next. Podcast I did was Freshest the word podcast. We talked about everything from aging in the hip hop journalism. Space passing the torch between generations. Why wasn't always flew weighed We talked about the similarities between Detroit and Boston music. How I got into the music of Detroit. I talked about the my time in Boston. My life the history of Boston music. I especially talked about Boston the Boston funk all stars and I gave a long list of playlist essentially of on Boston funk classics aside from the obvious songs and I believe I almost got the mole between the list that I sent him and the songs that I mentioned. I pretty much got them. All after the podcast was over I went back and listen. I was like family. I missed about three or four songs. But what's going to happen is more than likely on twitter. I'm going to post a whole bunch of Boston funk classics between noon and probably two on Friday problem being that something annoys me to most google. Search something on twitter and it acts like it's never been there before like your name plus two Hashtag or or the subject. What have you and you will act like. You never tweeted about that. I've been on twitter going on twelve years. I've done several Boston. Funk tweets several just just like I used to do the old dome diggers. No if I dig as no way it'll bring up like a few joints here and there and I'm like what are you doing? I used to do full. Diggers nose drops for years both on my account and produces. I know so is weird that happens. I don't understand how it happens. Now that being said last episode I talked about how I was doing..
"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity
"I wrote the liner notes for the GIF volume? Six cream of beets. I have to tell you how insane it is when you think about it and go back and just realize like Yo. There's something with my name on it like you. Do you understand what it means to have your name on something and for me. It meant more because my mom When she was still alive didn't fully understand what it is I did and it's kind of To explain for people who let's say you had immigrant parents right. Don't fully understand what like creative endeavors pursues. Percents actually mean for their kids because they only have the idea that in their mind at Yo. You're going to be a doctor. You're going to be a lawyer you're going to do X Y and Z. You know something that I know that you're going to be successful at like right. Being a comedian or artist or journalists on a in our with the what is that you know so my mom. She didn't fully get me being in anything creative writing. You know I'm like I want to write comic books. Is that even something people do. Do I want to be an anr. What the fuck is that? You know what you do. I work with people record labels in do anybody I know. Noah's independent is hip hop you. Try to explain that to fucking sixty year old woman. They don't get it you know. They don't understand. No the the A beat beat beat uploaded to band camp and I download them in sequence like they don't understand the importance of that our framing. I wrote this. I point to a website and you see words like who the fuck is going to rebate. So I spent spent the last ten years getting here to now. I have a book out with my name on it. Trying to get another book out trying to get that launched writing to other ones About out to get into like lecturing normally might travel for that. I have home the book. Is it right now. Two different schools Johnson C Smith and South Carolina and Butler University in Indiana. Try is about to be in a couple of more schools of NYU Hopefully some of the spots. But I want to have more books following this up and the process writing and researching ching another one so hopefully by the time this podcast returns. May I twenty twenty. I'll be an elevated needed space and I have more stories to tell but also somethingyoushouldknow season five is going to be this podcast. Final season season going to encompass episodes seventy six to a hundred and then at a hundred is a rat. I don't even off season. Five's going to be the same type of a format where I'm talking into my home phone. I might have guessed might do something different like I do at home like I do with my other podcast with four Boston. The Boston ledges podcast. Oh cast was from actually going to really launch into this spring but again season five is going to be the final season of Dart against humanity. Just do me a couple of favors before I in in this episode. Because I'm already running longer but it doesn't really matter because again. This is the final episode of the season so it could be as long as whatever is not like. I'M GONNA have to put up another episode next week. I'm Oh hey this. If you bought the book of Dart from Amazon please do me a favor and give me a five star rating for the book. It goes a long own way as an independent book. Nobody wrote anything about meal. Nobody posted me on any lis- nobody at any site or outlet wrote about the wrote about the album wrote about the book album wrote about the book but it sold and people enjoyed it people. We'll stop me on the street and want to talk about specific chapters which I love so please review the book give it five stars. Hopefully by the time we come back has like twenty at least twenty Reviews Custom customers. That goes a long way their books that have sold way more than mine. The don't even have as many reviews. News or five-star abuses minds already has which is nuts from customers but this is how we vote so if you bought it please do that If you listen to guard against humanity on outlet I'm may not know about. Please tweet me it at Dart Underscore Adams and tell me where you listen to the podcast or email me poisonous paragraphs at gmail.com. And tell me where you listen to a how you listen to dart against humanity wherever in the world you listen to it because I want to be able to Give shine to all those different podcast distributors. They may not post when I posted on twitter. I'd like for you to if if you haven't already go to I tunes. I think I have like sixty something. But go to itunes and give DART DART against humanity A full star rating and do a short of review. Or what have you if you can. I think I mean somewhere like thirty six different podcast distributors globally. But it will go a long way because I like like to even from my last season beyond Caesar and knocking on the door luminary. I want this podcast to being as many places as possible even in before it goes out because the last season's going to be twenty five episodes twenty five episodes. It's GONNA take four months plus if I do an episode a week. So don't be saying this is going to be the final season. Because I'm I'm going to be no actually twenty five episodes like six months math. GFM It starts in May. There's there's GonNa run all the way until like October. Yeah okay so we got time so even if the podcast about the end is going to change everything and all this really matters for one other reason vis dictates to anchor that I should get more opportunities in terms of sponsorship. A lot of people have been hitting me up anchor and the sponsors and they're not getting the sponsors that they used to. At one point last season I had three sponsors at once. I've had the same sponsor all season and I'm getting all my spawned money from this warn sponsor and I'm sure you know who that sponsor is because it's at the beginning of every episode. Sure I can use it for lunch money but you know even though. I'm just talking to a phone. This is work be not everybody can do this shit. You think just everybody could just talk to a phone. Speaking is a lot a lot of people boarded have podcast and go into a studio recorded. Initiating were life. You know you even a friend. Don't WanNa hear it. You know an age of real time social media the In an live streaming everybody and compelling and I gotTa Tell You I don't like hearing myself talk so I'm not saying that I'm this either but ah trying now on all right about to be out of here so almost four. AM going to watch. Whatever the hell is on net flicks chill until about six fifteen six thirty go to movie theater and see Margot Robbie and and whole bunch? The women you know kick people's as and hopefully this is a good DC EU film. I kind kind of feel like is going to be good because I've heard of the people that actually whose opinions I respect say that they like it anyways. I'm out back in May do what I said one..
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"I saw the devil which is big gone daydream nation. Which is pretty slept on Kat Jennings movie released slept on Alpha dog which is another another favorite cult film of mine. Did I just feel people. Do not talk about nearly enough I think everybody knows about Scott Pilgrim vs the world. That's not like surprising. Anybody follows the mentioned that one Noel Clark a big fan of from the okay. He's made a few serieses and stuff like that like And films like the Adulthood Kid dealt hood films which which I think. A lot of people are relatively up on. I don't know if they know about four three two one where he tried to Stretch the idea of linear storytelling and jump cutting and telling this story. This story this story and combining them all out a lot of people remember four three two one. It was like a British film. The he did in America happy. Thank you more please thank did Doesn't want people may or may not be familiar with unthinkable is a cult film in every way shape of the word Samuel Jackson carrying Moss. On home if you haven't seen it find it super super and what's the other one about America Tom I feel like super that film about America and assassination nation are all along the same home home the same old. They're like they push the envelope for the audience is the what day what they can tolerate a what they can do what they can take from film. Kill the Irishman. I actually watched that Islam to me. That's a feel good film to most people that are like what are you talking about. That movie's insane enter the void. Which I don't really recommend for everybody The man from nowhere air which I love. There's movies like the robber. Elite squad or Trumpet Throw Daily. There's only squad on enemy within in which is trump a daily to Submarine Thunder sold a documentary about the Kashmir stage ban. It comes back a desert performance. The heart warming is fuck Averni will follow Every day sunshine which is a documentary about fishbone. I think the last Kevin Smith film he made did I thoroughly enjoyed and actually liked gent genuinely without any trepidation addition was red state from two thousand eleven. He I don't think he's made anything since then made me like feel like it's something you absolutely have have to see Attack the block which I feel like that's the the film did introduce the world to John Boyega and now he's John Man. Yego the Devil's double pariah by Dr is on here is the home. Is the cult film. I don't think as a cult film anymore the raid redemption. I feel like at the time the Colt Film. I don't think it's one now. You know movies like exam exam which was on Netflix. Like is there any more definitely definitely a cult film film. I just feel like the idea. Of What occult film is or isn't his changed over time you know because we didn't have All the ways to screen a film on demand as we do now. The proliferation of the red box changed a lot of things You didn't have video. The meal is a method to get your own movies. Out there. The the crowdfunding adding aspects was his infancy. So you have like an era of film that you know from Dawn. Dawn is the cult film. attornal sunshine of the spotless mind is a cult film. Confidence is a cult film The ice was cold Ice Thing on camera exactly was called as a cult film on the cooler right. The the Cooler Occult Film Essex Boys Go from nineteen ninety. Nine is a cult film. crazy because there's one Doug Limon's earliest like examples like he can. He can get the job done like take. The man did Mr Mrs Smith and the Bourne identity but he started with going nine hundred ninety nine and swingers you know so Their stuff like one of my favorite films vom the early Zeros is better luck tomorrow. Justin Lin debt. One Ravenous was getting me Lord War which I loved is one of my favorite home. Nicholas this case. Nicholas Cage is a whole lot of films that I consider Colt all the weather. Man Lord of war on the film where he's in the ambulance with ving Ramos. I think I mentioned Earlier twenty days later is definitely I feel cult film intermission definitely cult film Wonderland I don't know how many people really saw wonderland they're going to have to go back and catch it. The life aquatic with Steve Zizou is definitely a like in in Discussions discussions for like a cult film. I just don't feel I don't know how it can be but it like as time passed you had to like reevaluate. What was occult film? You know because how people were introduced to film before versus now completely changed then you had to start re evaluating things individually because what was a cult film. Ten years ago might not be one now but in some cases does movies there were cult films. Five years ago aren't ones now just because the game is different and then you have to factor in documentaries like on dog town Zibo boys which became the lords of dog town. You know Skate Gate Kitchen. You know a lot of people have seen mid nineties which I thought mid-nineties will be better than it. Was it kind disappointed me This stuff like A band called death which is an amazing documentary. That not enough people have seen gene. And then you have to think about like our films weren't widely distributed in America from countries automatically considered.
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"You're podcast one Dart Adams in this episode sixty six dollars against humanity. I just want to come out and say it. I think the last episode Doc Gates Your Mandy. Pretty much sucked I didn't know what I was doing going in. I didn't have a game plan going in. I was like I need to record episode the first three times I'm accorded I start over. I started over because I didn't have a clear idea exactly what I wanted to do. Then I just got on a roll and it's like I just started talking about ovarian things and I knew that episode was trash when it was over and uploaded now realized. I didn't even talk about the obvious thing that happened that past week I got into this. Long protracted beef an argument on twitter about the same thing. Everybody else is talking talking about the time. which was the whole article? The John minko wrote saying that drake normalized Singing in ramp now. That was an extremely a historical take. Not only was it extremely a historical but it was As far as history even recent history is concerned it was inaccurate. The fact that a matter was that there was never really a time past the ninety s the early nineties where singing enwrap wasn't normalized. Some of the best most well received most prominent hit makers sung and rapped whether they were established published big names who sold a lot records or just ones that had hits here and there that was their method of getting the hit simply ease play. My funk blew up because she sang and rapped now everybody WanNa play my song one of the reasons why bone thugs and harmony had such. It's a great run is because they were able to wrap in harmonize which is something that a kind of took from what freestyle fellowship. Oh ship was doing. who were like the kings of the whole them good life? La Hip hop scene. There were like is is it the top so they were the most prominent dudes even before they had their major label debut. They had songs on tape all up and down the east coast and they were in the West and people like So there's the same. There's the thing we we know that we feel thugs in harmony. Pretty much got their style a lot of it or the inspiration from freestyle fellowship and a lot of people. How's that even possible? You have to remember that. There was a time when eazy e himself who was owner of ruthless records was behind signed a compilation of artists at the good life. So easy was familiar with everybody from the good life if you're in the West S.. Coast of California. La What have you you. The good life was big. For for God's sakes there was a TV show called self central where they meet a fake good life. A place place called Eugene. Everybody knew about the good life. It was in every music magazine. Everybody was talking about it. It was a big deal so there was no way around sounded so of easy it was there. Everybody was there if ice cube was they are always there the next thing you know they come out in style and emulates imitates. What's what's hot at the good life? Come on we know so you have them but then again if you go even more recent you have cats like so drake right but before drake there was the kid could be a kid named could he ever liberal. Before that you had cats like chaos and canine and socrates singing and rhyming at the same time that were popular superstar volume zero. I mean zero was hot. You Know Canaan was always doing when something hot. Socrates had big big black Lincoln before that he was even singing and rhyming he would rhyme and then he would be in Uh What's her name. Nelly Furtado's band is like a background singer and like a vote and like vocalist straight up singing singing if you go back and look at her video for like look back at a video. He's in them 'cause he's part of a group. It wasn't weird dude singing Devin the dude would sing and rhyme. You had butch cassidy singing and Raymond you had so many people that were doing it before I mean Shit. Whitecliffe was doing it regularly. Somebody please dial nine one one. I mean he was even doing it on like the sweetest thing. There were so many people between two thousand four two thousand five thousand six two thousand seven up up to two thousand eight before so far gone came out in two thousand nine which followed the timeline of kid could as a kid named Cudi and then Kanye West Biting. What kid could he did? He kind of absorbed them then. He'd like Shang Sung them and he like used his cell cell. He absorbed his essence and then put out Edelweiss and heartbreaks which furthers inspired drake to make so far gone. So you're following time line of Drake from Konya. Who took a hit from kid cudi and could he wasn't the only cat doing that at the time there was a whole line of cats doing some of the things so at no point? Was it not normalized so to say that drake normalized rapper singing and now everybody does it because of him debts not true. And if you do think that and there were people that actually co-signed what he said what he's saying is no he was wrong because there were plenty of cats. I was listening to Fonte and other cats do that from two thousand four on like slim kid trae is doing it. Ninety two ninety three and ninety five she like at what point if if I'm hearing Lila..
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"Started. I'm Dr Deadens and I am an anchor podcasters one. What is the DART atoms? And this is episode sixty two or Dr Against Humanity. So so what I've been doing lately is right now. I'm in a writing whole I. How do I explain what that it's I get into into a space where I'm just writing writing writing writing researching to the point where I don't go anywhere else? Do anything else. But until I'm done doing what I'm doing I've missed a gang. A things happening a lot like be coach. Events Album parties album released situations a whole bunch of things. I just typically would have been out for but I'm stuck doing the things if I don't complete all these tests and I'm not GonNa see like Delighted Day. Not that is really light to see right now because transitioning to fall for real for real. I just had to cover up to air conditioner. You know because it's about to get real cold. I haven't been to the barber shop. I've been lined up the beard is. I've just been doing a lot of writing and researching and when I get into those spaces. I don't come out of them until I'm done doing everything I'm doing. They give you an idea of everything that happens. November because again we're getting to the The winter part of the year. So it's like everything. Changes over is like I'm transitioning into a whole different space mentally and physically and everything else. So it's getting darker sooner outside. I started listening to different kinds of music because this is when the winter album situation stars arising I mentioned this the previous episode of Dot against humanity but also I do certain posts and certain things this time of year every year and also one of the things that is happening right now with so. There's a game that came out recently. Deaf stranding Hideo Kojima another of his games. The Guy who did The metal gear series and a whole a whole slew of Classic Games. But the thing is with him is that he has a lot of concepts and ideas that are really high minded but they appeal to Japanese sensibility. If you know what that means if you've dealt with a whole bunch of Japanese media Like anime for for instance. There's just some Japanese media to get translated to English and a lot of things get lost Austin two translation because of the concepts that are normal to the Japanese mindset and an environment. Just don't really translate well to English speakers especially North American English speakers because our live style and in our the way we approach the world and our concepts of life for just so different vastly different so One of those things being is that the ideas and the concepts presented in this SCIFI WORLD DID KAJIMA IS A inc.. Kojima Saen on Kojima is his created. Just are fucking off the wall and don't make a lot of sense so what I like to do. And what a lot of people in my space like do is. I'm not great at playing games. So my brothers used to get the final like the metal gear games final fantasy games would have you and played them through and I would sit and watch but there's this thing called Youtube now and what end is also these things. Cold likes streamers twitch streamers youtube streamers. What have you so what you can do is you can pretty much watch play? throughs of the game got a smart. TV to switch it to youtube and you watch on television and what happened recently is that they uploaded the entire every cut screen so the entire movie be it using equals. You can't see of death stranding so it's eight hours I don't sleep. I ended up watching all eight hours. A diff- straining while doing other things. I'll get to what I was doing. And the Shit don't make sense. I mean there are a lot of concepts they are they are well intentioned and I get what he was trying to do but for the North American English Bliss speaking audience it's convoluted. It's Clunky to shit doesn't make sense okay. And then they are. They'll use a term for something that could bit is simpler term. Could have been used but he wants to make it Cinematic Matic. He wants to make visual. So he's created these analogies and things some of them work some of them fall short and it just gets to the point. Where after you're done and you've seen all eight hours and you're a writer like me you like? This could have been this. This could have been this. That could have been cut out entirely that that was too convoluted. This was clunky so now I'm just sitting there and the thing is that what's supposed to get you to the game. What actually works when you play a metal gear game is the game play watching the game play? If you just watch the movie part of it you like what the fuck is this and it hearkens back to us at this on twitter back when square had their own their studio and Honolulu ethnic was they did a CGI film called final fantasy. The Spirit's within which was of course created by the Japanese side the Japanese team and a lot of concepts that they had to translate to English didn't in make sense to the North American or English Speaker Sensibility or mindset or or anything it it just. It didn't make sense to plot. Didn't make sense the concept's were just all over the place and if you just watch the movie portion of the game that's the same thing if you don't play the game you need to play the game because even even when I saw The metal gear games played it. You you're rewarded by playing the game because there's an excellent a game but the shit that they're doing on the story side just doesn't make sense to an English and I just wanted to dislike Hamburg ember. That home and the thing is that there are a lot of people that are going to say. Oh No this was supposed to be this if you have to explain what something was supposed to be. Then and there's a problem I feel like what Hideo Kojima so much of a visionary that he doesn't want to let go certain things if you WANNA make your game and just Japanese just make your game Japanese okay but if you WANNA make games find people creatives who will make a game name and kind of use the idea that you had delays staggered the time the English version out or just have somebody make their own game based on your concepts in your ideas and adapted it so the shit makes sense you finish a game and you're like Yo. So how'd you like training like the game. Play like this and this The story didn't make any fucking sense like there's a bunch of shit just holes everywhere and even when you try to explain away the holes. It's just gets more convoluted anyway away from that. What was I doing while I was watching the eight hours of Movie portion Russian of death stranding. So what I do every year since about three years ago I do this thing on medium. It's called on this with underground rap albums so the me pull up the exact title medium not media fire so what have to sign. This is taking forever so what I do is I actually write these pieces typically every year. I'm super busy right now. So I'm going to have to hold off on it so I'm doing the Research Chinchilla. Finish it because one of the things I'm doing right now as I'm writing liner notes for an album. I should actually have that finished at some point today because I have to figure out actually what day it is published so every year around November. I do these posts. Scroll down too so far Jesus Christ in the first quarter so I do these Post independence fuck the first one. I did do the twentieth. Fanta versity so the first one I did was in November. Two thousand seventeen. Independent Is Fox twentieth central underground hip hop releases from nineteen ninety-seven The one I did the next year I did did it. In September late September Two thousand eighteen is going to be busy writing stuff in November. So I did. Independent is Fox to twenty five percents. You're underground hip hop releases from one thousand nine hundred and I'm actually working on independent as fuck three and I think it's GonNa be a twenty five essential underground hip hop releases from nineteen ninety nine as far I can tell but one of the things did delayed. It is research why because people don't know release days now now in doing research discovered the upcoming release dates for the nineteen ninety. Nine version should be beat junkies. world-famous beat junkies volume three which came Out November ninth nine hundred ninety nine to grassroots Canadian group. The album was on conception passes through time classic album which was released on November ninth nine hundred eighty nine and it looks like November nineteen ninety nine is the actual release date of M. F. Dooms Operation Doomsday. Looks like I figured that out It looks like it's November ninth. It could have been November. Second but the roots crew come alive came on came out on that day and I'm pretty sure the the Operation Doomsday was released on November Ninth Nineteen Ninety nine now. A lot of people have. That list is April twentieth before Bob Vito posted and said that's not possible. Because here's the test pressing and it came out on this date. But it's looking like it was October overnight tonight on November Ninth Nineteen Ninety nine now what I was also doing his hours researching other release dates. Basically I was doing. ninety-nine nine hundred eighty nine is all fucked up but in one thousand nine hundred four on this day twenty five years ago. This is November remember eighth the number twenty two thousand eighteen so twenty five years ago. Today Pete. Raucous yells move released classic Re Up sophomore more album of the main ingredient now. The next week method man released a to cal and then the week after that Redman released derozan dark side. It was a month that a man for Def Jam Nineteen Ninety four so I was doing an. I'm have a research so our research. It's something like a right it later when I get to it So I've been researching for method man's to cal. John that came on November fifteenth and to CAL is an interesting story behind that record and what happened with it and how perceived and how has been perceived especially by method man and and also is an interesting story about red man what happened behind his creation of dark side and his perception of versus the audience's perception of it and there's a similar story right but I think as reverse for a method man man was always chasing too cow. Like you wanted to get away from CAL and Redman was also wanting to get away from Deir as a dark side like he doesn't even consider. That album appears great meanwhile his fans love it. He didn't he'll never play something from the the dark side. He doesn't like playing tracks from beards dark side. He's like talking about the album. Released like pushing under road like really dark times during a lot of drugs shit was going really bad for me. I think it had a lot to do with the fallout of the home at a depth squad him just being by himself. He made that album pretty much by himself with an empty sixty. Who's going through a lot of shit? During like a lot of hallucinogenic drugs he was fucking around with a crew called. The Black Klux Klan does a lot of shit going on. I love that album. D- Not not a fan. He loves.
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"GonNa do this for the audience. And you didn't do this for audience you audience and then they get it in ten episodes and it's funny because it's an adaptation of home of a graphic novel daybreak and I gotTa Tell You I've never read daybreak. I've seen the covers. I have no idea what daybreak is actually about so. I don't even know how much of a adaption this is. Even though based the covers I don't think the day dealt with the world of high school like this did so actually have to like get into that but I was really really impressed with how they knew we're going to do episodic show on net flicks and we know that people were going to bench it and we know that the audience is going join to think one thing and we're going to turn shit on their head and we're going to. We're going to make it so that people want to see season two based on how close it and I will say that the the last five minutes of episode ten perfectly made it so that I need to see what happens in season two and I think another show. That did that well L. was on the election election. Had Me like what the fuck is going on. What's going on what's going on what's going on? And then like the last two or three episodes of election jumps ahead and by the last seen in the last episode of election. I absolutely need season season to season two sooner rather than later. You know I mean there's some shows that had the cliffhanger on on net flicks like between like Between or is in between some sheets and we're never going to get dead on resolution now I believe there's the society the one about the kids on an alternate reality you know and and they're trying to get back home. That one is another one where I need season two when I think about daybreak versus the society own election. It just makes me think about what what I would do if I was show runner and I was a creator and I was a writer and I had my own series. You know and you know the team I what put together how the music would go. Who Do who do this? who were cast all that stuff But also back to the main theme I'm going to do this. PODCAST for the next fifteen straight weeks until episode seventy five Dennis going to go on another break and then when it comes back from that break we're going to do twenty five straight weeks until we do episode one hundred trade and that will be seasoned indices and five and then we'll figure out what we do from there also during the The interim I've done work with with The Boston Legends podcast. So on what happened was on the bus legend side we wanted into New Jersey drops and sales and stuff like that but what ended up happening was our distributor was going through some issues because because and we ultimately needed to find a new distributor manufacturer for the throwback throwback uniforms and also we had already had to deal with the fact that we had to push back then. We couldn't do everything in the summer. So we're going to do it all the way through the fall in winter going into two thousand twenty instead because also One of the people that we picked for the line is on scorning penance. Japan has an NBA job. So it's going to be available to just come in and do everything and the other person that we have Wayne Turner Wayne. Turner does basketball the ball camps. And you know things that things of that nature and he's individual. He works with individuals so he's wasn't available to come in and do certain things so so we had to space stuff out and beauty of that is that we get new district get a new distributor new wall manufacturer new Do all these other things. But but we can you know recalibrate what we're doing and we don't have to rush it anymore. We could do it right. I'd rather do it right then. Try to Russia along and make excuses for subpar on content and stuff like that so again We're going to be doing this from today. All the way into For fifteen weeks pause and then come back and then continuing Spring Twenty Twenty and do twenty five straight episodes. And then we'll figure out what happened from there and that'll be one hundred episodes of dot against humanity. This has been in a quite the Journeyman we're going to enter twenty twenty. I started this podcast back in April. Two two thousand eighteen. I had no idea what I was doing. Our how was doing it and I look and I see how many places have picked it up. Also another thing please. If you bought the book the Book Dart go on Amazon Review it and also for those of you who don't know a dart against humanity is now on soundcloud is sawn mix is cloud and also want audio Mac. So if you're looking for back episodes of it and you can't find it anywhere. Where else audio Mac soundcloud mixed cloud okay? In addition to a whole bunch of other distributors there was some distributors. I try to get it on and I don't know what happened. Pandora never really got back to me. deesor never got back to me. there was another one like I thought it was going to end up somewhere. I hit up luminary luminary. I don't know what they were doing. They did nothing but also you have to know that where I.
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"Amazon because when he went to Amazon to told him there was a one two three three-month wait for it. So now there's only five books left at Amazon for Amazon at Walmart for nineteen seventy-three when the book was originally charged. Twenty four ninety nine. Here's another thing when you book starts selling well. The price drops the price drops the price drops so to have a book that started twenty four nine thousand nine on October eighth. And you go to buy it now on Amazon. And it's like below twenty dollars that tells you it's been moving at one point. I was in the top ten. I was in the top five in a new releases on Amazon. Then of course you know time passes while dropped to top ten. Then I was in the top twenty. I was like seventeen. Then I dropped down to nineteen and and you know since the delay happened. While we're sending people other places to buy the book it went all the way down to number thirty seven but this is after weeks again to book came out on the eighth. It is now November. I sort of books have been out for over three weeks so to have my book be be in the top forty in Amazon sales with a delay of a month and it's independent book but it's selling other places it's surreal and I did not expect this to happen as been overwhelming overwhelming seeing people. Send me a techs and pictures on social media of them just getting their book. Talking about my book on Social Media I wrote a lot of acknowledgments in the back and and just the idea that the people are buying the book and seeing their name acknowledged in the back of the book is insane to me. It's a whole different different feeling. You're overwhelmed their stress and you stress involved. So there's a whole different level. Did something that I didn't understand. Psychologically how a book release would affect me. When something's going badly you already have an idea? Hi Dear you're preparing yourself for that like you're you're managing expectations. You're hoping to not be too down. You like a if it comes out and does in does so and so whatever you know. It's all good you know. It's my first book business when it you don't prepare yourself for. What if it exceeds? Your expectations does well beyond you ever expecting it to do. What if people really come out and support you in droves and ways? You didn't think they would. You don't have VAT VAT in your tool bag. You don't have anything in your mind saying a if it's going to well ord- selling too well and people are talking about in two glowing terms. You need to have a way to Dow things down and keep yourself grounded. Who the fuck thinks that? Who who that's that doesn't even come into your mind? So that was one of the things I had to do and I had to manage things again. I mentioned so that I wasn't having my eyes glued to a screen all the time and placing all my value on how the book is doing and another thing. I had another thing that was interesting was people were so invested in. What was happening with the book? They I was like all right. I'm going to have to update on Instagram at midnight. Every night to let people know how the book is going because people been hitting me up. Hit me up. Hit me up. It was the same mom. Tom Premise behind back in the days. When a song was really popular rather than have people request it all the time? They just said we're going to play it at the top of every hour so I was just like. Oh I'm going to update you on what's happening at the top of every day. This is where it is. This is where it is on a charge. This is how it's is doing but the thing is that that was me. I did that for instagram. But people were so invested. They were telling me how was doing so. I ain't even have to check and that was something brand. New People rooting for you so hard that they are just inspired by the fact you put Out of Independent Book Selling Your outselling books about the Beatles for now there's another thing for now books come out every a Tuesday and somebody's GonNa drop a book that's going to make yours sink all the way down because they're going to be the new hot shit which I'm totally cool with because I didn't expect this. This shit happened anyway Kathy Lee released an incredible book on October twenty. Second God save the Queen's the essential essential history of women in hip hop that became the next number one a new release and it is well deserved moved Think y'all need to go out and buy that and a book that I have here. I don't really know Russ like that. But the publishers sent me roses. It's all in your head get out of of your own way. I'll get out of your way so yellow book. It's big type. You know flipping through it right now. I haven't have an actually like read a whole lot because I've been doing my own writing. But yeah man the Book Darts Surprise Fries me. One thing I would love people to do if you purchase the book. Darton you read it. It's not that long book it's less than two hundred pages It reads really quick. I was as somebody. Okay when you write something and you wrote something. Ten years ago. Eight years ago seven years ago your attachment to it is completely different. I read something I wrote. Ten eight seven six five years ago and I just think the myself how. I'm more efficient efficient. Now I can research way better now. I could have gotten to the point better now if I wrote something where I was angry when I wrote it it. There's a better way could have done that. There's a better way I've could've articulated that fact so there's A couple pieces in the book walk that I wouldn't have chosen to include the Nicki Menaj piece. I wouldn't have I actually got into Some issues where people over that book book piece because of how it read is been edited but how it read because I was frustrated with the women weren't getting looks and and I was frustrated with the fact that there were women who had to hinge everything all their hopes on Nikki doing well all in hopes that people would look them even though they already deserved a look. There are so many different ways. I could've articulated my points without without coming off the way I did when I was sour and pissed off when I wrote that particular piece I wrote that piece in two thousand and ten. I wouldn't write it that way now. I'm forty four years old going on forty five. I wouldn't process things the same way I did. In two thousand els and ten now in two thousand nineteen going two thousand twenty. So there's a lot of that There's a lot of articles that I array of like. Wow this is really good. Because I'd already in my head figure it out. I could write this way better now. No I could do this way better now. Do this way different now. But when people read it they have a completely different. Take away then I we do because my attachment to is completely different. I love red. Man's Derozan dark side. Red Man hater dares dockside because of what it meant to him to the place. He wasn't his life when he made it so his attachment and what that means to him way. Different than what it means to me when I heard it in one thousand nine hundred four to me is one of the greatest winter albums of a made up there with to cal in anything earl made earl actually released album Thirty minutes ago so to give you an idea of my feeling an attachment to some of the pieces in the book but when I read it I'm like Oh this works because it's in chapters actors this in sections like personal essays. All the stuff and I read it and I'm just like wow like this is well done There should definitely be a second. Ah addition with newer stuff that I wrote stuff that I wrote more recently. There's recent stuff I did too. But more recently things that follow more the The Knowledge Darts series that I did on mass-appeal which is been taken off the archives. Now because mass-appeal no longer deal with that so I have all those and I'd really like to make a book just based on you know All starts pieces starting from back in the days when I wrote for on that fat site there was being funded by Steve Stoute's translation stashed. There should have been twelve editions. Eh of all knowledge on a stash but only I think six or seven actually got published because the person who is in charge of it Just wouldn't run them mm-hmm and the story was that they didn't have a budget but they couldn't come out and be a man. Tell me that I had to know from people that were there so it was like so us going. You're going to tell me that you don't have the budget for me. Whatever just string along and ultimately what happened was I sent in a piece and I had to hit the person up and I'm just like Yo are you gonna run the peace because I haven't heard anything about it and his response was late? Oh we're still doing this at no point. Headwear dolts grown men and no point. Did we ever discuss thus discontinuing knowledge darts. No matter of fact. He hadn't talked to me in a minute and I'm just like what's going on. Why do I have to track you down? Just be be a grownup and tell me what's happening. And he told me some half ass shit. I actually knew why what was going on. He was like it's not doing what we expected it to do. disingenuousness and I'm just like dude. You don't have a budget anymore. But he didn't tell me that. So my cool run the last piece and he never reigned last piece. I put that took the last piece I posted it on my medium and I sent them an invoice for it anyways because he owed me. You can't try to gain a grown man in this industry if you owe me money from my labor. I'm getting my money now. Moreover so yeah. There's the book I was really surprised support. Did I got There was the stress caused by doing well. As opposed to me worrying that it was going to flop and tick catcher brick which I was more prepared for the outpouring of support and people being happy that I finally took forty four years to put out A. It's not going to be that much of a wait for the next one. Promise you anyway. Another thing I did right before that was and went left for me was beat the BBC Z...
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"Doc Adams and you're listening to Dr Against Humanity on anchor if you're not aware anchor all device and your computer meaning desktop laptop not only that but echo actually distribute you can earn money from your podcast with minimum listenership that means that now so if you're interested in this and what you should do is you should go download the free anchor APP podcast one up dot Adams and this is episode sixty a lot has changed since then one thing being that I actually have a book out Mira Lisa aid and the publisher is Amir say eating notice is is also the book goes live October eighth it exceeds to the point where as of yesterday if you went to try to order doc on November Fifteenth Two Thousand Nineteen so I guess that's when the reorder whereas Walmart there's five left there was a small have been surprising now one of the things that I've never really done is the preorder type situation because I do everything I think I was going to get I it would affect the way algorithm changed monetarily it didn't make Mucha job since there were generating income from it and getting noticed and going to Bitcoin and this is actually affecting my psyche and the spoke altogether and one thing I didn't WanNa do is I didn't want to put that kind of value on what I did I worked on this this is my back catalog this is actual so it's a product what I didn't expect was the support that I got the book goes live October eighth we announce it October tenth after it's people bought it in droves it sold out they did another of October I was of the number one a I'm like wait a minute I'm the number one book on independent but I was like number fourteen and like rat books which was commit publishers big publishers publishing houses people it keeps climbing meaning it sells more and more and two numbers and things like that because I don't put that kind of sending me texts and tweets or your book is still the number one bestselling new release on Amazon update to see where it was selling just to see that and get that rush get a feeling about the book and what I'm doing as opposed and all day looking at this it's going to affect me and I have to keep you know I don't Wanna I I should know like check myself a manage. My expectations did ten straight days of high volume sales out the gate force for a period of time on Amazon and doc to support him what have you but I was beating Shea Serrano for twelve hours Becht people would actually come out and support this book that way and over a stock in their warehouse is they do something called home and also the two hundred CDs from Indie label you're likely going to buy thirty order more than one hundred twenty because you want them to laugh and be around because you figure there's going to sell over time both imprinted you're going to have to print more and you print them they're going out and now it gets to be a thing where you're buying because they're back ordering and what happens now is when you get a certain amount of books people were so Amazon central buying the book they they I was sending people later I didn't even know that it was being sold oh that place existed so I put it up matter of fact what yeah well as Powell's so she sends me the link and I'm like Yo you could buy from Powell's and I was like a C. You could buy from Walmart and there are people that don't three-month wait for it so now there's only five books left at Amazon for the price drops the price drops the price drops so to have a book that started at one point I was in the top ten I was in the top five top twenty I was like seventeen then I dropped down to nineteen this is after weeks again the book came out on the eighth it is now November I it's an independent overwhelming seeing people send me a text and pictures on I wrote a lot of acknowledgments in the back and and just the idea that different feeling you're overwhelmed their stress and when something's going badly you already have an idea you know it's all good you know it's my first book business when it you don't prepare yourself you didn't think they would you don't have VAT ord- selling too well and people are talking about in two glowing terms you need to have a way so that was one of the things I had to do and I had to and placing all my value on how the book is doing and another thing I had to let people know how the book is going because people been hitting me up hit me hit me up it was the same mom so I was just like oh I'm going to update you on what's happening at the top people were so invested they were telling me how was doing so I ain't even have to check out of independent book selling your outselling books about the Beatles down because they're going to be the new hot ship which I'm totally cool with because I expect this essentially history of women in hip hop that became the next Russell like that but the publishers sent me roses it's all in your head get out of having actually like read a whole lot of it because I've been doing my own writing darting you read it it's not that long book it's less than two hundred pages your attachment to it is completely different I read something I wrote could've gotten to the point better now if I wrote something where I was angry when I wrote it walk I wouldn't have chosen to include the Nicki Menaj he's frustrated with the women that weren't getting looks and all in hopes that people would look at them even though they already deserved look there are that particular piece I wrote that piece in two thousand and ten I wouldn't write it that way now house and ten now in two thousand nineteen going two thousand twenty ahead figure it out I could write this way better now we do because my attachment to is completely different I and what that album means to him way different than what it means to me when thirty minutes ago so need it I'm like Oh this works because it's in chapters ah addition with newer stuff that I wrote stuff that I wrote more recently there's recent stuff I did too now cause mass appeal no longer deals with that so I have all those and I'd really like to make a book let's say there was being funded by Steve Stoute's translation it actually got published because the person who is in charge of it Just whitten run them there so I was like so us going you're going to tell me that you don't have the budget it's like Yo- are you gonna run the peace because I haven't heard anything thus discontinuing knowledge darts no matter of fact he some half ass shit I actually knew why what was going but he didn't tell me that so my cool run the last piece you can't try to gain a grown ass man there's the book I was really surprised support did I got there the outpouring of it's not going to be that much of a wait for the next one promise you anyway another the greatest of all time hip hop song list and they asked me for top a good grasp on what was great over a forty needs to be at least twenty five just to be fair and not the alternative was me complaining about everyone else who did and the a hundred and eight critics and it went pear-shaped to use the year recorded history of rap music was notorious the `nigma wrapped in a riddle locked into and eldridge which is enthroned into the depths of see that doesn't exist needed die juicy got overshadowed by flavoring yeah and then two weeks later on killer instinct arcade. I'll never no biggie up it was the one more chance remix and that affected notorious biaggi's ready to die was another great winter album first album Cypress Hill which came out into summer of nineteen ninety one and didn't really blow up until into the into the into the charts on billboard because again.