20 Episode results for "Doc Tober"

S2: Welcome to Halloween

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

02:39 min | 1 year ago

S2: Welcome to Halloween

"Americans love a good scare Halloween. We see a dead body on a front lawn on. We assume it's just a car we see a blood splattered masked man walking down the street and then we assume it's just one of our neighbors and costume but what happens when the blood isn't just for decoration in suburban. Texas a man with a Hook for a hand a tax appear of teenage lovers of their car in the woods of Wisconsin too. A young girls sacrificed their friend to win otherworldly being off the coast of Norway. A massive tentacled creature rises up from the the DADS to an attack passing vessel. Sometimes the scares are real. This doc Tober listened to true stories of horror when podcast presents Halloween all of your favorite podcasts shows are taking turn for the spooky for a month of Halloween themed episodes on haunted places the feet will transform into urban legends as we explore the truth behind such stories as the Slender Man Bloody Mary and the poisoned Prom dress female criminals will travel back in time to Salem in sixteen ninety two to find out if any of the accused women really were guilty of malicious witchcraft apt and on the dark side of we'll go back even further to the very first Halloween Salwen the ancient truitt festival where the boundaries between worlds weakened and human sacrifice rather than trick or treating was the preferred tradition and that's just a quick glimpse we have even more real life horror in store mm-hmm podcast presents Halloween Air September thirtieth through October thirty first on spotify and wherever you listen to podcasts you're next month. Pull your coat tight. Quit your headphones end and don't forget to look over your shoulder as he listened to all park asked us to offer.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Goes Gold! - Kinda Funny Games Daily 10.05.20

Kinda Funny Games Daily

1:03:34 hr | 7 months ago

Cyberpunk 2077 Goes Gold! - Kinda Funny Games Daily 10.05.20

"What's up everybody in welcome to kind of Funny Games daily for Monday? Dunk Tober v Twenty twenty I'm around Khan and joining me today is the one the only Mr Thirty under thirty Tim gettys. Tim, how're you doing? It's good Donkoh Doc Tober baby a Nice Brisk Dong Tober morning you gotTa love good energy going into this one. Don Tober kicked off lessening and bear it to the first episode over on Youtube Dot com slash kind of funny games. Every Saturday they're going to be playing through donkey Kong sixty four the game of our Lord. I skimmed that episode and I was like I was looking just watching their faces just trying to see like when does the point where the excited smiles turn into frowns and they kept it up they were time. The funniest thing is I was watching this and I saw slack pop with thumbnails for this that Andy made of bear it blessing in the rollercoaster with the con- crew and it just like made me smile because it made me think back to when me and my friend Prato with a young up income in. Japan and ever looked at like Oh. These chuckle heads now kinda funny has our own chuckle heads like there's a new generation of stupid. It's just great. We have dunk positive people here Tim We can talk about all that later right now we talk about this insane rapid, our new story weekend we've had to include we've got a new GOSTA Shema update got need for speed hot pursuit master. We've got syrup go and gold. We got more than that because this is kind of funny games daily each and every weekday at ten am live right here on twitch dot TV slash kind of funny games if you're watching correct us when we get stuff wrong by going to Kinda funny dot com slash your wrong if you don't WanNa Watch live you can watch later on youtubecom kind of games rooster teeth, dot com or listen later on podcast services around the globe or But. GIVES THEM I totally lost my place in. Like Shit around the globe, what happ what's happening around the goals used to be in memory like not hosted for so? Like. I get ninety episode of it. It's just like the just falls off what we're switching to the whole schedule around. So it's like it's later in the day the normal today. So that's why you're all thrown off because ladies and gentlemen blessing was supposed to be on today he was having some dense tissue. So he we had to move some things right? Great. Had A doctor's appointment. So we had to change the schedule and then less he had some issues. so now everything's blown apart but we appreciate your patience as we try to get through this week. Yeah, we're trying we're figuring it out. Part of the show had the patriot. Accomplish kind of funny games with broads Emerson above the show are brother Rhubarb gets a right in until of or bogged the show Ad Free along with exclusive daily post shows little bit housekeeping I. Think you to our Patriot producers James Avis. At James, Davis makes lactic and Tom Buck today were brought to you by. Quip and Brooklyn. But Tim we'll tell you about that later for now let's begin with what is and forever will be the rope report. That's bad. Baker's dozen. As a reminder, you can give me stars if you think I'm doing a good job in the month of October. Wait explained this. Stars Given Greg Greg. Miller has decided that at any moment. A kinda funny game still hosts can give Kevin a star for whatever it is. We want to give him a star for and if he gets thirty stars by the end of the month, he will get a pizza party can night stars I think it's twenty dollars just to be clear. Yeah. That's true. twenty-five chatter saying okay twenty five. Stars he gets twenty five stars. He gets a pizza party we cannot take away Kevin Starr. We can only give him stars and there is A. that will update us right now says are cab cab has four gold stars what a good boy was. So proud of our growing boy, he needs twenty five Gold Stars to get a good noodle pizza party I think I have five. I mean like on pace. You know I'm doing great I'm. I'm pretty I mean everyone the Chadha saying five so you know what I mean. I. I will give you. Are Kevin for the explanation of that. So now Kevin has five stars but Kevin was lying that chat was seeing he had five just like He. Just like he lied this weekend. I. Posted my picture of my. Lucky. My first win in Super Bowl thirty five I posted this. Picture of me getting the way and then Kevin posted the exact same picture trying to take credit for it, which is one of the things he's ever done. Gary Widow Lebron. tweeted at me angrily thinking isolate. Despite the fact that says, Tim gettys on the screen. I'd like I know what the game is I know so little about the game where it just. ruined. Be Funny. So I know this is games daily and I know we have a lot of news but real quick him run. We gotTA talk about myrow Thirty Five. What is your experience with this so far? So the first the first time I did it was like this is kind of neat to this. Then the second I got fifth place then the third time I one as an actor that I was like I don't really feel the need to play this. Again me to like seems like it's fine. It's just that they got like ninety percent of the way to a really good idea, and then that Latin percent of how does end doesn't like does not factor in at all. Kind of running loops over and over, and it doesn't at some point. It's not challenging anymore it's just a game of WHO's GonNa make a mistake i. Wouldn't you know where all the stars are. It's usually like it goes to the same levels over anniversary to probably with all stars are then it's not a thing anymore because you're just running through this way who've enemies and getting all your time back. So the last five people all have four hundred seconds all the time. So you're playing against people who played a lot of Mario One and no not to like jump into a ditch and that it's just hoping that one of those people just messes up at some point and jumps into a ditch. Yeah. It was fun and it was cool and I was shocked at how long the matches last at least for me I played my first one and I got third and then my second time ago I and I was like this is so easy. I don't understand then I kept playing that I started like mistakes earlier and I'm like, okay cool. I'm not just a savant at this. It's like they're actually there is a lot of a chance of you getting totally screwed if if enough people attack you at once but. There's a lot of mechanics in the game that I feel like are unnecessary like being able to spend coins on power ups. I've never had the need for that. There was never a single time that I was like Oh man. I. Wish I had a power right now that I couldn't just easily get in the level. Yeah and like. It's that unbalances things a little too much I. think if you didn't have that if it was just rely on what was actually in that stage and you had to know that stage I think that would be way better and it would actually like will probably end matches. But since you get so many coins everywhere that you could start every level by just going like twenty coins. What got if I if I were now I'm safe again. That means that matches donate like you're talking about a link the bachelor. I think my the one I want on twenty to twenty five minutes except something absurd like that. Yeah. Yeah it's it's a weird. It's a weird one. I share I appreciate that exist but I am not shocked that it's GonNa go away at some point it does feel undercooked. Yeah. The things going away though the ghost Shema update has been dated and detailed today we got this from the PS blog and partly from Adam bankers. IDEA. Because there's people legends reveal back in August twenty twenty is a new online cooperative multiplayer experience features two players to story missions in Info players survival mission, as well as a raid they'll be released. Quote weeks following watch it is also said to be quote advantange with locations at enemies inspired by Japanese folktales with. Emphasis on cooperative cooperative combat in action. So basically, this is the molitor update that you are downloading separately from the store but as a standalone do the actual game, but it's like it's Kinda more of what I wanted I think goes to Shema of like. When you do miss that game and it's like, oh, it's a cap on. That's causing problems because that's what people believed that methology then you guys are. This is actually a kappa is that sounds more interesting to me. So, therefore, classes in their the Samurai, the hunter, the road, the assassin missions, players progress they progressive difficulty along the way survival missions, which is horde mode needs four players and the raid which is, I. Assume a destiny raid. That's the nomenclature we use this stuff is these people with top? Tier. Gear. so that all sounds cool tim, did you ever ended up playing? So you might not I. missed it because I forgot what was going on during that time, but I totally missed out on ghosts. Is A multiplayer thing thing that might get you in or no? No. Absolutely not is I. Think it was health was going on for me when that was happening but then after that Kevin, and talking about it ad Kevin was like this is a Kevin ask game. It is not going to be a Tim game and Greg said the same thing and I'm Like. All right, you're you're already like convincing me like I don't need to do this ad the multiplayer stuff totally not for me having said that this is awesome. I love this type of love and care especially for free being put into this, and this is the type of thing I want to see from these game dabs where they put out this policy AAA. And then this is the perfect time to put this out after launch right first game coming out July right Mid July, and then come in October. Riding out that PS four. Wait until. Dante for you right I'm sorry right now, doc toper going into the PF five. Giving a new life to a new it for Sony is such a great thing to strengthen playstation studios and also prove that look we don't just have Nado we don't just have INSOMNIAC. We also have sucker punch and sucker punch means something. Now in the same way, the gorilla now means something and then doing this hopefully they it and I kinda feel like they're going to be and that's going to be great to give extra life to these single player experiences and it's also like a good ideal as as a rap concert concentration going like, hey, we have these multiplayer games that you're interested in maybe by a new PS five so you can keep playing this stuff as it goes on. This I'm kind of wondering like. I assume actions is coming before the year maybe early next year you still think that. Maybe like they they said, they're working on it. Right? They said they're working on it but I mean I imagine we're getting real close to the end of the year like I think that they're going to wait for the PS five to come out and let that kind of have its moment and then bring last of us to back I. mean seeing all playstations been doing their roll out a PS five is a lot different than I expected them to. Spiderman remastered exists. Around convinced that last us to. Complete edition with factions is going to exist and I think that that you don't want that out too early next two miles, Morales and demon's souls. So February. March. I can yeah I can see February March I can also just like I can say dropping and we like Hey, now you can actually buy five. Here's a good reason to even though I'm sure it's also going to be on ps four and stuff like that but if it does complete complete edition I, expect the I, we're talking early next year. I think even February might be too early. March to May, I can see that happening or even just all the way to June. But who knows who knows where out who knows where ratchets like there's a lot of questions I think it'd be good because they they could match the original at least for last of us to before they have delaying it. Just be like, yeah. Now Actions Kevin Cosima. Are. You interested in this multiplayer addition thing. I'm extremely interested is what class are you gonNA play because I need to figure out my classes. Well, Oh, I haven't done no research. I'll play whatever class you don't WanNA play like I'm down. Yeah Thank you I'm not good at shooting arrows people. I think I was pretty okay on it but we'll see I need to get that muscle memory back. But yeah, in addition to all that multiplayer south, there is also a new patch coming for the single payer content. There's a new game plus with a new horse you charms, there's a currency now called ghost flowers can give to a new NBC that will get you those new vanity items and all this is coming October sixteenth. So it's not it's not far away at all where it's like eleven days away was. And is a bowl times early something that is going to require some time to play. But maybe that's the point I need I mean game I'm using the thing though. It's been this way for years with with video games but like there is no good time to put out a game anymore like back in the day it was like in January and today I mean three four years ago it was like that was a gold mine but now everyone's there but it's like there's no time that everyone isn't there right. So I feel like with this. This is the perfect time for it to come out because there's no other good time until twenty, twenty, one, the pretty much I I'm I was really shocked when they first announced of, Hey, we have this really big expansion for this game coming it's not what you thinking into silencing content. And that was like a month after release I've we adjust on the review for the game so it is extre. Extremely cool that they're doing this and also that just like there was not months and his patient waiting for and it's like, okay cool like the. Now this thing is just coming out and we can ask jump in play it. Yeah. I mean we knew about factions. Last. came out. Yeah and it's still not out whereas this you know we heard about it and it's coming out in. I think it's a different type of situation. I think the naughty dog had to get ahead of the facts that multiplayer wasn't coming with lots of us to write whereas this is more of a hey, here's a cool surprise. ME. I. Looked at the kind of treating this a different thing like Joseph. Shema legends like giving it. That kind of like. Different name and different like vibe of like the same game but different. I think it's Pretty Rad. Yeah. That's historical. Japan and on a place in system. But let's talk about modern Japan. The peers five default selection button is going to be x for the first time ever in Japan this Jordan Ullman at Aegean insane the piece by the first time, the input is a default selection button and Japan and recorded six years. The circle being used to confirm selections. The news emerged as part of a raft of Japanese media peers, five previews with games hardware that sits controller and more all the expert and has always been the western player selection button circle has has been used with the passport generations replacing consoles in Japan to user Kenji Iguchi makes clear what a major changes says no that muscle memory will be hard to overcome for many. Japanese players in those in Japan, the circle simple is associated with good. Okay. Correct. This place in the button on the far right. The popular SDS controller are influenced initial decision to offer a different control scheme for Japan places in Japan. This is also why on their Tennessee which the a buttons on the right the be buttons on the bottom, which may take some getting used to for western players who over in two, thousand twenty it's even it soon has to standardize is a control scheme across all regions starting with a PS five. If into preview made clear, the Japanese games themselves community use a circle, but to confirm or the system uses X. It seems likely that players will be able to remain at buttons and the system settings, but it's not confirmed as of yet. So? Yeah. This is always been like I guess Gaming Lor that they've always had readjusted when it comes to America, because America does have exit confirmed button as bottom button xbox kind continued that with a down there as well and Sega dreamcast and all that. But in Japan they've always had different which has been sometimes confusing when say like Day Okajima game comes out and they don't change any of that because or final fantasy. Yeah and. I remember cutting some weird problems in. Fifteen right there. Jump and except on the same button in America but not less. Yeah. Anytime, you were walking over it's like a treasure chest China actually get it to confirm was always a pain and a half. Yeah. But it was easier in Japan because they had a different setup for that sort of thing. So like I can see why Sony is changing things now on the other hand, it seems like should've been easy enough just put like a thing. Five up like, Hey, do you want the system setting to be here or there? Actually respite like there should have been no need to dramatically standardizes for everybody. I don't know I'm I'm saying this is somebody who they're standardizing the way that I like at abuse. There's a bias there, but I think standardization is important for this type of things. Even if I also agree with you that there should always be the options to customize your controls, how you want to having said that I think needs to be a standard so that when you pick up a controller, there's an understanding of the language of what you're trying to do. So it doesn't get confusing, and that goes to Nintendo as well. It's like they should not have their a button other right like that is going against. Howard used to playing games at this point, and we're GONNA change because I know. They don't give a shit about what people actually think I think for them changing admits to the public or the world that they think they're wrong or that other their acquiescing. Like, other like setups so they may consider this iconic than. Like these symbols are kind of thing but. I'm an. Nintendo as a lifelong Nintendo fan is it's not like this was always the way it's like when you look back to how things used to be the A and B at some point. To like that. and. It's just like that's. A weird choice like when you look at any snes and sixty four like the lineage and compared to the Gameboy, there was a weird flip at some point. And it's just like, why would you make that choice they? It's always been. Be It are being be was originally under left. On the right then they added x and y above them Then that was like that was the original diamond was. Xabi AP. So. I think what? The before obviously different because they added that weird thing like. Like A. Half hour six button controller then games you just completely off the rails but I think. The one brought it back. They've been mostly hearing to that sits what but here's the thing like with the. The GAMECUBE. A. What would you associate the button with? Like what except It's it's autumn the bottom button right now. I would I think as main? Tony Hawk. When you play Tony Hawk on the Gamecube Controller, it acts as the X. Button and that makes sense when you when you're just holding it and the B Button Access Square. Because that's how it feels. I don't think came Cuba like a diamond configuration though like it's a weird but Kennedy. And Sixty four is the same thing that we're as on the bottom. That is. I admit the before game you fuck the entire thing up. But I I keep sweatsuit maybe just keep switching like there was the Amazon. Luna Controller would just looks like a pro controller straight up it looks like has the same shell, but it has the xbox button arrangement and that will be confusing as hell But. It's always been weird man and I've just never liked because. It goes back to me of running and jumping as Mario. It's weird that at some point that flipped of how your thumb is positioned on the controllers. Yeah. For me it's like. Holding, Y in holding a prison be jump but I think Mari Mary World had what it was ex- was the the spin jump and a and B, were built jump regard jump. Was Run. So it was already already weird and fucked up by that time anyway. Yeah. Because they should have just stuck with. What everyone else? What with? Super Mario World was strange but like. I don't know. I don't seem to tend to ever changing I. don't see them do something like this where they like say, okay, we're moving. We're we one standardized button thing because right now they're Japanese model is the International Model I. Think this is a case of Sony going our American model is the international model now. Is American company. Now we're doing this thing so I'm sorry. Japan. He just Kinda have to deal which again going back to fifteen thing maybe that's for the best. design, around this thing knowing that there's one standard they don't have to make jump except the same button. And I think the most interesting bit of this is that this news came out from Japanese influencers being able to play the playstation five before Western influencers, which is a direct contradiction to what you just said, but I gotTa Love It I. Love. This is so fucking weirding bizarre feels like such an anti xbox move and look at the end of the day seeing all these Japanese players with the PS five on my twitter timeline via re tweets and stuff is opening my eyes and Yeah exist. Yeah. I don't know these people, but they're out there and there's huge. It's it's super cool to like that people got hands on with this thing. Did you actually watch the videos? Skip through some stuff I scan through them a little bit too like so. I can't tell the the black part is glossy and if it's just like a Plastic Strip on top or something. It is way bigger than I thought it was going to be. There is that one like a our image around like that's apparently it's not accurate but. Even, just seeing the door shock and the person next to it that thing is huge that thing is like. Isr On. I don't know like I. I've gotten to the point where I think that I'm going to clear out the bottom part of my glass. TV. Stand systems. So I can put put that thing there because I'm afraid is going to be too heavy for the top part and will actually come crashing down. Yeah. Hey, man that's just where we're at now and again I have my own aesthetically about these machines. But at the end of the day I, just want to work well and have a van that works and doesn't overheat and go fucking crazy and if it. Does those things call sign me up. We all know we're going to get a slim model at some point anyways it's going to solve all of these problems. It's how these things work is. They put something out and tell you this is how it should be and then a couple of years later they're like, well, actually go in the opposite. And we're going to get that with last generation they went. Bigger to. Yeah. No I know no. I'm saying like with last generation we got both. Sexy stronger. Yeah. But then you look at xbox and they went from gigantic with the original xbox one down to both the s being smaller and the X. being even smaller the XS, like really nice dense console it's. On it's like is I don't here's what the xbox went x is I never think about what that thing looks like. It has a nondescript for blackbox as it sits on Mikey? For function yes. And I. Love It. Like. But also it's not iconic. I guess I guess that's what Sony Is. Kind of going for this time is people are going to know what the five looks like whether they think it's ugly as hell or not. They're going to know, hey, that that giant tower of mass whatever the hell that thing is is a place in five, it demands attention. Yeah I. Don't know that Suzanne also in that same area but maybe that's kind of what they're going for. I think it is the series sex I think is a weird enough shape that doesn't look like a traditional console that it's going to be like calm and I'm talking about you know non Gamers I'm talking about like my friend's wife who's going to. See This xbox series axelrod friend curtains console be like why the hell do you have a computer over there? You know. It's it's a shift in design for sure at least in what in traditional console design of what used to putting in our home theaters earner home entertainment systems. have either. Have you guys seen series? X in real life? No No. Okay. I. Was at blessings and he had won. His roommate. Had One end. The playstation five like. I tweeted out a comparison picture that ended up being off but If. It's any bigger like I'm shocked at how extremely large it's going to be because it's a big boy, the xbox series X. It's cool because it's very sleek and. Eat the simple but like the. fucking. Right. We have official number to this point of like how big thing is. I mean anything you know. Don't necessarily but like we'll see how that works. Oh Kevin. You got a gold star for that one. That made me laugh. Thank you. You hear that chat. Put it in the bud. Speaking of giving Gold Stars, for effort need for speed hot pursuit. Master was announced Kevin. We have a trailer for this one which I don't know Tim. If you've seen this shailer hold on hold on one second Greg Miller's call. was calling me hands going back I'M GONNA call back see what the hell you want meant series x people in the chatter freaking out I mean series. Yes, a smaller. Moved on so quickly gone. Now Greg you're live on. Daily what's up. I think the PS five gigantic and I think it's definitely gonNA call attention to it but as some with the TV Right now, I think also humongous called to itself like. To my house I have mattered better the. Paula Jauregui's the two consuls on there and I think what been ps four and Xbox one exiting that you? Know they're just there and you know think about it and granted because it's brand new. But now that the series accident there like it takes up the entire space of like there's like no light escaping from the back of. With it looks great alker normal shape or whatever the Julie there. But especially, I have it on its side. I. Especially when you have a ps five on these things are gonNA come over what the however. Tim Key mass for a second score experience. What second grade? What do you? What can you ask for a second screen experience of the setup? Greg, can you take a picture and send it to Kevin? tweeted out. Or tweeted out whatever. I wish I could take away a star all right by. The you cannot take away stars. On quite a bit. Yeah I know I know wait. Okay. So here we are. We're getting to need for speed hoppers remastered before watching this trailer Iran. Is it a remake of. The. Like ps two pursuit. No, it is the three sixty. ps three one got something. No one's asking for. Let, me get destroyed my mind hot pursuit to was on. PS Two obviously one. One. I believe. So then they renamed the like this one, they just use the title and I believe this is the last criterion made for speed game. Okay Let's check out the trailer. Yeah. Is a two minute long show that is primarily live action. Exactly, what we want from the need for speed game. Sorry guys. Give me two seconds. While you're doing that Kevin I. will say this this one is coming sport talks empty on November six switch version comes a week later on November thirteenth. Do you guys want to hear it? I think it'd be best if we could hear it. Okay. I'll get that happening. And now look I know that the stalls rules my life in many ways, and especially with all these remakes, things that I've had recently like, I, think it's proven that my stalls you can be. Both proven right and proven wrong depending on the property and there's a certain balance that needs to happen in order for it's it's a matter but like minus Ya is for underground. Right hoppers to on pse was rat like that game was like what proved to me that like need for speed is an annual game that you if you're a Gamer, you need to pay attention to the need for speed franchise, right? But then underground is kind of. Was the coolest thing ever. All right. Let's watch this trailer given you guys set up. Yes indeed, I. Aren't. Let's go ahead. Keep checking these online. This is amazing. Yes. It just keeps coming like this. Eight, hundred, five, ten, five, ten, five. Dude. Five. The clock. Increase to five pounds ten, pence. found. Foundries ramps. I I am GEICO. Fina Michael. This is unbelievable. See Way insisted we watch this yes. Over sleeping. Anita fix it. To be away here. Dude this is so good. It's really well shot. Isn't it? The girlfriend rolling the is is so Like. They're begging people having a lot of. With a mature accurate but. Pretty funny. Like this go. Through I was there for this man that was like the back of the century Holy Shit that might be like there was a Gif of the corey made when fastened fears crossroads was announced at the game awards where I said I have never been more hype for something that I don't actually want right. This might be. This might beat that. This might beat that like this is not the deeper speed game that I want to see remade but my God, this might be the best piece of marketing I've ever seen for video game. Like it legitimately, it's like a TV drama in two minutes of. odu He's just can't live past this five ten and then they. Simply matched comes out I. don't. I don't understand how I didn't see the 509 coming. But they got me Man Holy Shit what a feel good moment. Go through what that trailer did show us. It has hence visuals all the DLC is included cross play between all pie forms as soon means include switch play in up to four K.. Sixty. F-. Hi Rez models, shadows, reflections more obvious to props longer Charleston's Boozer tekkers more particles in improved a slash essays. So basically, it seems like a pretty good re master. I might want it because of that commercial. Total marketing worked on me really well. Hold on I'm trying to look up reviews of this one because like I remember that this one was actually like well received, right? Yeah. It was nine out of ten, nine, ten, steam eighty, six, percent metacritic. Yeah it's just. Good for them. Good for them. This is. The feel. Good movie of the year was a need speed hot pursuit commercial. Way better than the need for speed movie. I'll tell you that that was that was something man but. One day I hope we got a need for speed underground remake the need to keep the soundtrack and they need to just go hard with. I want can you imagine retracing need for speed underground? Those trees are GonNa Look Slick as hell. Yeah. Another criterion is getting back into the need for speed business I'm hoping that they do make a new game that was good about their their older games so. This gives me hope I guess that they are in a place where they understand what need for speed was and try to marry that to a modern concept. Yeah. Right. I'm riding high right. Let's write a little bit higher because got a quick here. cyberpunk twenty, seventy seven has gone gold. Can you believe it? Can you believe? That he is actually coming out November nineteenth. It's not getting delayed. I didn't believe it wasn't going to get delayed until this moment right now. Yeah. They were making some noises we like we're not really happy with the combat and stuff like that, and maybe you think okay if it got too late, I wouldn't be shocked at this point like maybe I'm just a little bit but. This now, there is a one point Oh that will be on a desk somewhere. I don't think. Hands yes. In CG TANS who like the more I look at him the more like I can see the reas- aspect of it but there's like a weird uncanny valley think especially with his hair. Look like. Who else does look like a he looks like for is just he looks like cartoon series disc is to me he looks like if Kyoto Reeves was cost playing Kevin Koala I think. Beautiful. Can you. Can You bring up the picture we're talking about right now yeah. Thank you thank you very much. Yeah. I. The game has officially gone like there is eighth in on a disk who knows what's actually playable. They might be like squashing bugs and added content right up until the day. But there is a thing now that more or less insurers district to get printed stuff is going to set get stores. They can't really back out now. Yeah. But that's the picture of Tom About calf but hold on. It's the tweet that's in the dock. Putting in just cordray now. Oh I see say. It is Uncanny Valley. Which is somehow turns into. This and I think I need to lose weight and back. On my God Kevin Kevin Halloween costume. Yes absolutely. I don't like. It's not real this year do need to go as Johnny Silver. Is that his name that's not. Game. Oh Man. Oh. Shit. Already have the tactical vest. and. The robot arm walk around with a gold disc like this. Like. Yeah. Yeah Go. Idea lie. He, has. Still. Very Cool Sarah coming soon. Are You Are you playing this game? Tim On one of the the current consuls I am playing cyberpunk twenty, seventy seven. On the PC baby I'm going. This is GonNa be the gateway drug into Tim gettys. Doing this super right I'm trying to give cyberpunk the best chance possible at blowing my mind and let him just get full in on a crazy open world game. So. Much about this game is an anti Tim gettys. Thing seems a lot of time has to be put into this. A lot of just doing things I don't want to do if those VR missions are engaged. VR missions are anything to go by. That dared it ever the style the everything about this is just. Cool. Shit. To. Me I might be a basic ass bitch I like Neon I don't care Sumi Okay Kyoto Reeves's jockey silver head I'm fucking in for it. All right. So it's like I'm trying to give this game a shot I want to see this game through and I hope that it doesn't lose me in the way that these games normally do. But that's. Right, I know that there's the quality there and that's the thing is witcher. I never gave a shot because I'm like you guys can tell me how good it is I don't care about the type of fantasy stuff. This is the type of thing that might cool the guys that CD project ran the guys that you've been talking about for years of wishes to read Gio at. Making Cyber Cyberpunk. They gave me my favorite bomber jacket of all time. Hopefully. They're going to give me one of my favorite games of all time. But yeah, I'M GONNA I'M GONNA play it on. Yeah, that's kind of where I was like I. I'm sure it'll be a decent experience on current Gen consoles. If if this were not such a big game that we have to talk about it for game of the year for sure like that's going to become station I might just wait a couple of months for an extra version. But since it's not since we do have to talk about it I'm going all the way on this one. Own. AD. Do we know does this support super ultra wide. I would assume so but I have no idea personally in car dot com you're wrong. You can tell us Tim. That was my next question for you. Yeah. Oh Yeah. Let's go. Which I think is thirty two by nine. We gotTA. Talk about remember hyperscale him. Remember that Battle Royale user released a couple of weeks ago. They are already overhauling three months after launch, Israel? Wesley. Leblanc. Resolved is overhauling hyperscale just three months after the game's launch hyper escape was released back in July as free to play online battle royale on pc it eventually made its way into consoles. With the Games console launched, it quote not achieve the highest stations Cuba Cassette for the game studio said it was aware that it does not meet expectations either and as a result, the city is working on a large overhaul to the game's combat game modes, player goals, and more quote with July's launch an open Beta on PC. Our Wall drives launch an open Beta or successful. We were not able to achieve the high expectations we set ourselves with our full control. Is that followed him August Amer Skate blog post maintenance a thirty three's we. Also, know we didn't need the we didn't fully meet the highest players. So we're taking action we have more work to do to get there, but our team is fully committed to the challenge. The blog post breaks down over the overhaul into five sections. Combat Comfort on boarding game let's player goes across play. Utah says as always intended for hyperscale to be high but admits skill floor is too high, which is also a different experience for new players. Specifically resort says it's too hard to aim tracking specifically damage players unlimited them especially on console. I I personally think. There's probably not roof haber scape in this battle rail market. I. As far as they gave maybe and now I've never tried it I can't speak to it. The markets crowded already and there's no hook to this. That gets it people to go from say apex or fortnight or even Pudgy to this thing So I. Don't think I don't know how much overhauling this game is going to help it. I. Agree. However, I do think that you'd be soft is looking at this as they don't have a battle royale, they want to have a battle royale now they do and I think that. This is good news overall like I don't look at it. All man overhauling already I look at it as hey, this is a a publisher and with a bunch of studios that have learned in the last generation of games that their games tend to work better years later, and I think that this is an example of them realizing that earlier to get ahead of it. So it doesn't take the year that rainbow succeeds took to turn into what it is right and the division whatever go on and on and on of these games actually. Flesh out will this work for this I? Don't know because I. Agree I think the Battle Royale John Mara is pretty crowded. At some point we're going to battle Royale Games ninety nine of them you know put onto an island but. I also think that there is they don't. It doesn't need to be number one for it to have a place and I think that this could have enough players give a shit in a hard core way because one of the things about this game that seems to be harder in the skill ceiling like they're talking about is is a little bit higher than some of the other ones and I think that there is room for that on the competitive side was specially when you look at Rainbow Succeed at how big their east sports. Kind. Of Side of things is and I'm not talking big like Dodo levels I'm talking big as in they make a big deal out of it themselves and it doesn't need to be the biggest thing 'cause it's huge by itself and that's all it needs to be. So I hope that this works and I do think that this is good news overall for Ubisoft. Right it isn't it will. It's good that they're reactive and. Yes, they do find space, but it's like this game should have come out a year prior. It should have been out like maybe not even should have been before that like This had come up next to apex before apex that would have been a general genuine fight of okay which is going to be the player control high-skill ceiling. ps that are better reality we want to get into and hyperscale think is nipping at the heels of things that are already in the market already popular, and at some point you're trying to carve out a niche vanish and that becomes extremely difficult in the best case scenarios. Like I don't know. It is I applaud the effort. But personally looked at it and again, just from L. analytic respective I don't see a situation where this game suddenly takes off if it can get like Toronto six levels that would be great for in great for us. But even that's a little iffy. Yeah. Totally. But I think it's possible. I also think it needs to be those levels I. think it could be lower than that and still be success and still be the investment, and if the quality of the game can get there that's great. But we'll see wasn't there a thing recently where they were like. This is in the watchdogs universe or am I. Crazy. Here that I don't know how or know assesses. Stereo stuff that's what it is. So. There's like I wonder at what point they started making crossover staff to get people into the game like here is like okay here's the SEO would like just By this play the game pretender with a gun. Yeah. What's UBISOFT has a big catalog to do that. They've done it a million times now with putting you know, Sam Fisher in everything except his own game. Yeah I wonder how? Out Out, already, right Ramos one. Proud. I no. One's talked about it. Either good news or not because like people yelling about it anymore. So. Who knows but also a little bit of news for oft, she was a CEO explains how the company is aiming to change to prevent abuse this Joe Scribbles and Matt Gm you we saw CEO more has emailed employees of the company today probably an update on the publisher's investigations into abuse and highlighting quote floor close deleted areas in which we need to improve quickly and quote. You resort has been racked by newest additions of sexual verbal and systemic abuse with was senior staff members leaving being fired from the company. An email prevented Aegean, Gamal explains that explains the subsequent independent investigations sharing the two thousand employees participate in the listening sessions. Fourteen thousand responded to adopt Mr Raise in one hundred interviews were conducted will forty focus groups were held following this audit. Identified four closely at areas in which we need to improve. quickly quote one guarantee working environment where everyone feels respected and safe to diversity inclusion. At the heart of everything, we do three refocus and strengthen our HR function and four make managers or a group accountable and empower them. According to you besides internal investigation roughly twenty five percent of employees who experienced or witnessed some form of work placements misconduct in the last two years and that one in five. Do not freely fully respected. Not feel sorry. there. Type, digest type of says do not feel fully. Do not feel fully respecting or safe in the. Work Environment. UBISOFT says it's ramping specialized help and support for employees along with enacting mandatory anti sexism and anti harassment training. Chemo mentioned already carried out disciplinary action as a result I was an internal investigation, but in the future, the code of conduct will be revised and forced going forward. So. This is a lot of things to say, Hey, we're aware of the problems and we're working to fix them i. don't know how much I. Believe Them. That's natural. Just corporate sectors says them as well but like he was especially has done their damnedest to make sure people don't know about this like there. There have been the past two years out four words were they did there like they did not include those acknowledgements before in the video because they didn't Wanna mix marketing and there I guess reputational scandal at. I don't know how public they're going to be about this and how much they're going to change it. Twenty five percent is a big number. It's. Like. That is a quarter of employees. I mean place it has thousands of thousands of employees that have witnessed or had done to them harassment of some. Twenty percent do not feel respected or safe. Yeah. That is real. Not Good but they're putting that forward they're seen that. Those numbers publicly they're not. As the Senate are people who received the internal email from chemo, send it to G. N.. Yeah. SEE THAT'S This this whole situation fucking sucks. And it's just like we. We need to. Allow people to. Make better decisions. Right. We can still criticize when they make the better decisions for not being good enough. Right. So I look at this and on my cool at least putting forward the four closely related areas in which we need to improve quickly I agree with all those things right and this is a good step forward. How much is that step actually go into effect innings we'll have to wait and see you know. But at least this is the direction that they're trying to go at least they're even saying this. It could be worse it could be better. That's why we're talking about it though it's important that these things get talked about because every single time we do more and more people are aware and more and more people are going to try to hold them accountable and look these four things and in a year look at Ubisoft in question did they do this? So antibiotics writes in saying, have you Monday on Friday a new survey from he came out and said that one in four people experience or with this conduct? Is there any hope to save a company that has misconduct throughout it can't even say now they had no idea without just looking at video. What can you expect at this point while they? Yes. They've been making meaningful changes very slowly. Heck. Even people who are leaving willingly have been ousted as awful people from a company that has just had hit after hit. Thanks antibiotics. I. WanNA I wanNA focus on here. Yeah. People probably needs to go like his company will always artists family will always own ubisoft in some way, but he needs to not be acting if only as a symbolic gesture to the fact that all this went on beneath him and if he did know if he did not know he's massively incompetent if he did know ignored it then he's like that's At. Least Ethical malfeasance have not criminal at some point. Yeah. And it's it's interesting and I with you in the sense that like with where you be is at right now, how much has come out in the last couple of months like figureheads are important figureheads, right they are the face and for him to kind of be the face of all this bad stuff. Yeah if Symbolism alone I feel I came leaving would back up these statements of what they're looking to achieve. Also. It's kind of hard to swallow this because did you talk about Michelle and sell stuff? I didn't talk about the we've talked about him leaving. The projects I didn't talk about follow up stuff. Yeah. So there was a French news story afterwards that said like, yeah, actually he was apparently a terrible boss like bullied his employee stuff like that. And his response to it was. I don't know how to put it besides Trumpian I. Guess in a way like he started with words, fake news and. That to me is an immediate thing like, oh, no, you have more defendant you're saying out here. The fact that. They said the put that nice little video. So our he. Video and they kind of let him do that of yeah. I'm retiring to go to a animal. Conservatory. tweets we wish manship Michelle the best like not clearly he left because he's internal investigations were going on and something was about to come out and they were like fuck this. Yeah. They just let him and they didn't say anything. So it makes me think they are not taking it seriously unless they just kind want to like make all these changes internally like little by little and kind of hope no one notices and that's For as dramatic as it was when this happened, they need to match that level of like. Gravitas and dram- drama as well in their attempts to fix it by saying, Hey, we're doing this publicly. We're doing this transparently we want. We know we are not just a copy of employees that we're like a company that looks out for its employees and. They. They have a long road to go I'm interested to follow how that goes. And I will say I think that they have made a lot of decisions and have done a lot on the lower levels that seem to be in the right direction but then. That is not as saying you're doing right because there still obstacles every which way where it's like now, putting that message in the Utah forward is inexcusable. Honestly there's just Such a spit in the face to all the hardworking people at Ubisoft that are on the right side of this that want this to be that want to be better and see better around them and standby message their the reason that message happened right? There, there is a reason that the higher ups for like, fuck we need to do something ads what they did was I kind of put a band aid on when it really needed surgery Yeah it's there. This is no there's no simple and easy answer. I'm sure they'd love to move pass it last time I checked vod. Still like that. Message was still not there. So. Who knows like even though they promised that subway try at it. So Tim I'm excited to find out if some day they add that message to the, but that's so far away so They were when I look official list of upcoming software across each and every platform is listed by the kind of Funny Games daily show host each and every weekday but a pup pup pup by yeah. 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It's in the discourse yeah. Yeah I add score chats grab your attention. Yeah that is a restart. God He needs to be stopped. Here's a question that what what happens if Kevin gets too many a star cap like after twenty to stop trying. Resent unless I'm Brian. Another Pizza Party. that. xbox is gigantic. Big Boy. I did not realize that Stan come off that it is there even if you turn that thing sideways. Oh that's not good. Stand. That's a stand. Yeah. Does it come off though or is Greg just dumb? That's a big thing. We need a Greg Greg Miller because I need to know. Is that is. Only. Because like it looks like it's holding up the like the actual TV stay in part of the series. All this motherfucker. Probably at the doctor. anyways, the Chai's saying that it does not come off and it's ridiculous because like who the hell has the room to put that thing up vertically, it'll get. That's what they're trying to do. It looks tipped over like it's not supposed to be. Looks like. It. Looks like we don't stand it up. It might die in the next couple of days. Also shut onto that Weiner dog. Yeah No, it freaks me out. Thank you know it looks like. Like what do you know what I'm talking about like these really all guess decorations. From the twenty s on Yeah Yeah also, we've got to the XBOX. One X I assume that's down there now under the little setup, just hiding shame nobody needs to you. Know you're. All Right? Re escape reader mail for a bit because we're running Laos. Let's go straight. You're wrong where you guys can tell us what we got wrong through the show. So pumped. For. Twenty seventy seven wow will support ultra why displays at launch but does it support Super Ultra whites? I'm talking about. Fifty one hundred by forty, four, hundred. Damn. That sounds like you made that number up. That's how ridiculously why that is to town. Yeah I did make that ever I totally said that wrong It's Five thousand, one, hundred, twenty, by fourteen forty. I'm GONNA tweet it. Roddick ask him if that's like if that is a super wide resolution is in the game if it supports super ultra-wide, super ultra also super wide that that point that becomes like a my academia superhero move yeah. Yeah. Iran and that's how I live my life. Okay. With a super ultra-wide wide. Frank per further rights in the loudness I assume this referring to for pro. Loud doesn't necessarily mean the thirty most of them get loud thermo pace being messed up in the fan having to make make up for the fact internals aren't being cold properly changed thermal paste it'll be fine. People have told me this before in no, I will not open up my consoles. Thorough based because that's like. To the point of a console I will open up to dust things off every two weeks, but I will not open up my contract. In, two, we say. Yeah I WANNA causal to not do this for it to work from day one elect continue working. I kind of want to get in there now tim you in yours. For Yeah no smell similar that that heat pays them there. Getting their. Someone. Told me about the Super Ultra wide I need to know. Yeah. Superficial was released a couple of weeks ago and siege okay. All right. So that's most of we. Can't be removed. So fuck that I guess like I'm GonNa have to figure out a way position that is not that dumb looking because that is kind of annoying. Your host for tomorrow will be presumably blessing and FM three, underscore framing or Bella? Hopefully. We get blessing back tomorrow we'll see. I highly doubt a highly doubt it. I am pulling for him, but if not, let's Question Mark. Quite yet. Send browsing sweet NASA, love on twitter saluted. Please do that right now for the post show support civil membership or above on pastry dot com slash kind of funny games. Get this. Tim. Thank you always a pleasure. Always we'll see next time on games daily.

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Mac OS Ken: 10.15.2018

"Yeah. This is MAC OS Ken. Signs of some things still coming in October, talk of free apple TV and I o s by the numbers. It's Monday the fifteenth about Tober twenty eighteen. I'm Ken Ray and this is news from MAC OS. Ken brought to you by yours, truly, and sponsored by squarespace your place online. Start your free trial day at squarespace dot com. Slash Muko west can use offer code Moco west can save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain. This show is also supported by people like you patrons through patriotic and find out more than your support that patriot dot com. Slash MAC OS cat. Doc Tober have over. There's new support for another apple media event. Macrumors ran a piece late last week saying that apple had registered some newish ipads as well as a new bluetooth device was regulators in China. I say new issue ipad because these are apparently the same ipads, apple registered with the Eurasian economic commission back in July as for the bluetooth device that an a model number or really all we know of it, though speculation by macrumors as that it could be a new model of apple pencil. When will we know something definitive? Again, we turn to macrumors speculation quoting the piece that apple is registering. The previously spotted ipad models. A new country suggests a release could be imminent with both new ipod models and new max on the horizon. We are expecting apple to hold in October bent, which. Could perhaps take place during the last week of the month based on the release date of the iphone ten are and what we know of past apple bents. Perhaps the most interesting news over the few days I missed was a piece from CNBC the Cording to the financial side apple plans to give away access to the original video content. It's producing to owners of apple devices says who none of your business. I mean, secret sources quoting the report. Apple is preparing a new digital video service that will marry original content and subscription services from legacy media companies. According to people familiar with the matter owners, apple devices, such as the iphone ipad and apple TV will find the still in the works service in the preinstalled TV application said, the people who as not to be named because the details of the project are private. Or were before they started blabbing. The subscription services from legacy media companies won't be free. Of course, the piece goes on to say, the product will include apple owned content, which will be free to apple device owners and subscription channels, which will allow customers to sign up for online only services such as those from HBO and stars. You know, this makes Apple's insistence on relatively clean content, make sense. It would also explain how they plan to compete with the legs of Netflix and HBO they don't. They plan to join them. The swimming this report is correct. Time will tell though perhaps not much time. CNBC's secret beeps say apple plans to launch the content early next year, surprising. No one apple declined to comment for the CNBC peace with just under a month since its release s. twelve is taken a sizeable chunk of the OS space. The site apple must has word of new numbers from apple, the Cording to those Apple's latest mobile operating system is running on just over half of IOS devices out there today the Cording to the peace eighty nine percent of all IOS devices. Currently in use are now running. I o. s. eleven or twelve. While over fifty, three percent of devices shipped in the last four years run, I o. s. twelve the piece points out how beneficial that is for both developers and consumers for developers. They know they can build it once and run on almost everything. While consumers are pleased because their phones and tablets don't age out too quickly. You know what else makes apple developers happy the money they make on IOS versus other operating systems or system or Android tech crunch has word of new numbers from center tower. According to those apples apps store for IOS earned, almost ninety three percent more than Google play earned. The recently ended September quarter, then arrestingly while apple trounced Google in terms of money taken in growth for both apps stores appears to be even for the third quarter of. Eighteen the IOS apps store took an estimated twelve billion dollars that was up twenty three point three percent from the same quarter a year earlier when it took in nine point, seven billion. Meanwhile, the Google play store took in six point, two billion dollars that was up twenty one point, five percent from the five point. One billion. It took in in the September quarter of twenty seventeen. Two bits of news around former KGI securities analysts Mingji quo. I, he thinks I phone ten are maybe a big seller and China and second I can't keep up with where he works. He left KGI for t.f international securities, a couple of weeks ago called the MAC piece that he was working at key Bank capital markets. Now, macrumors has impending a piece for up international securities. Again. We apparently just past Golden Week on the calendar that ran the first through the seventh of this month marking a national holiday and major sales period in China should have been a good week for smartphone. Sales was not sales were down ten percent year over year. According to young MC. The analyst sees three likely reasons for the slow down, not many new selling points, logo smartphone brands. The US China. Trade war may be affecting consumer confidence which makes the replacement cycle longer according to the analyst and Chinese, consumers may be waiting for phone ten are quoting macrumors on the third reason, some consumers particularly existing iphone owners will for more affordable legacy iphone models or wait for the iphone ten are according to quo- who expects replacement demand for the iphone ten are and China will be better. Than last year's demand for the iphone eight and I've own eight plus the peace as quote, figuring that the colorful iphone represents opportunity for apple to increase its market share and revenue and the greater China region preordered fry phone. Ten are start this Friday. The nineteenth about Tober the land in the hands of consumers on the following Friday, the twenty six about Tober. More news in a moment, but first word from squarespace, your place online. Why say your place because you make it? Oh, sure. 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The age of Australia says the Cupertino company has be raided apples proposed Bill, dealing with encryption, calling it dangerously ambiguous and the l'armee to every Australian. We heard a couple of weeks ago that up was likely to find the proposed access and assistance Bill. The age says that bit of legislation would see tech companies like apple compelled to help federal authorities gain access to encrypted communications, which the government has said are increasingly being used by terrorist groups and criminals to avoid detection and disruption. That would mean weakening Apple's own. I message encrypted messaging service, which the company's not too keen on an Esa mission to Australia's federal parliament. Apple said, this is no time to weaken encryption rather than serving the. Interests of Australian law enforcement. It will just weaken the security and privacy of regular customers while pushing criminals. Further off the grid, apple sees the breadth and they -ness of the bills thority coupled with ill-defined restrictions as troubling. It argues that the rules are so big companies could be required to turn smart speakers. And the open mics for spying on citizens could turn health devices into snitch is around possible drug use and could require a back door for one device that could be used to open every device like it would like to see assurances that such actions would not be required ever according to the company. Submission software and evasions of the future will depend on the foundation of strong device security to allow for those protections to be weakened in any way slows our pace of progress and puts everyone at risk. Apple Pay has made its way to the land of sodas Sudafed and starbursts. Apple insider says, CBS has completed its Apple, Pay rollout. Wondering what took so long. 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Grey Ghost

The Truth Is Somewhere: A Conspiracy Theory Podcast

35:30 min | 2 years ago

Grey Ghost

"Welcome back to the truth is somewhere conspiracy theory podcast, Meghan. What are we talking about today? Today. We are going to talk about the Queen Mary and her various hunting. This topic was requested by Michael Harris in our Facebook group, and you guys can join the Facebook group and request topics by searching for teaching podcast group on Facebook, just housekeeping note, there are questions to answer to the group. If you get the second question. That's okay listener, there's a chance you have not yet realised, but Corey doesn't believe in ghosts. But I do and if you don't attempt to answer the questions don't let you in those lately. So just wanted to throw that out there before I got started. Yeah. Yeah. The other thing that we should note is that we are recording from separate locations this week. Found a little different. It's because we are not in the same room as we usually are and I'm really bummed because I'm not gonna get the core. Facial expressions normally were sitting side-by-side talk in the same, Mike. But this time it's a little bit different. So hopefully, everything's going good. We've had some tests. Everything seemed to be okay. Welcome to it. Thanks for being here. I'm gonna jump right in rents. Do it. Start by talking about the history of the Queen Mary. So she was built to be bigger, faster and more powerful Titanic. Okay. Okay. And they started building her in eighteen thirty, but they faced the ways during the depression and finally finished her and she took her maiden voyage on may twenty seventh nineteen thirty six. She spent a three years of the grand ocean liner that third the rich and famous across the Atlantic. So she'll record already than the Titanic yet because she activated across. Guests on the ship included the Duke and duchess of Windsor answered Senator among others. And the Queen Mary was considered by the riches the only way to travel and she held the record for the fastest ever North Atlantic crossing. Boy, right. So in eighteen thirty nine World War Two stepped on luxurious travel and the Queen Mary was converted to a troop. Ship was called the gray ghost. I know during World War, Two her total capacity increased from two thousand four hundred ten to five thousand five hundred and she ended up carrying more than eight hundred thousand troops and troubled more than thousand miles over the course of the war, and she set the record for carrying the most people ever on a floating vessel at sixteen thousand six hundred eighty three people. Wow. Right. That is a lot sounds like sounds like the ship has had quite the quite the adventurous life. Yeah. It had quite the venturous life. I'm actually gonna tell you a crazy story about its adventurous life during the war. Okay. I bet you're also gonna tell me about all the ghosts live on it. I am going to tell you about the ghost on it. Okay. Okay. Doc Tober of nineteen forty two. Okay. And the great host is carrying ten thousand troops across the Atlantic. Is very normal for ships in those days to problem as exact pattern to avoid detection of German u boats make sense, she's probably long at twenty eight not in zigzag powder. Pretty quick Holland. Yes. She accompanied by a much smaller vessel called the HMS cure. So. That was an anti aircraft ship provided antiaircraft cover four the gray. Goes that make sense because I would imagine the great ghost wouldn't have much in the line of defense. No, she's basically a cargo ship. She was she ferried people. That's what she did. Write it probably had a couple of turrets strapped on top of it. But I mean, unless you can unless you have a perfect sharp shooter on the top taken out any aircraft that gets anywhere near it. Even in the aircraft is going to be shooting it down shoot net before you shoot your turn at it. Anyway. So yeah, I could see why it would need an escort. So it has escort at much much much smaller slip ship and the curious oes engines were regularly to keep up with the Greg. And then the curious captain made a super fatal error okay in he chose not to exact. And crossed in front of the Greg. And Greg was doing eight knots and obviously couldn't like change their direction fast enough and neither could the carousel. So the Greg ghost literally cut Akira so in two. Oh, wow. And then the order was that because of the vote because at the time of war that they had to just keep going. The Gregor's couldn't even stop help rescue the people from the curious. Oh, like, they just had to keep going exact pattern. That's tough to avoid detection. So yeah. Curiouser sank in less than six minutes and two hundred thirty nine of three hundred thirty eight crew died. Yeah. Yeah. Horrible. I know it's really awful. Right. It's. Good worst. The Greg did a whole lot more than just a friendly fire on -cially. She was involved almost every major allied campaign during the war. Hooting invasion. Wow. Right. And at the close of war, she became a transport ship for the bride in baby wages, transporting twenty two thousand war brides to the US Canada during thirteen trips in eighteen forty six. That's awesome. And if you don't know what a war bright is. 'cause I actually had to look it up. I had heard that term. So what it is? Over the course of the war because it lasted so long American Canadian soldiers were they met women while they were in Europe and fell in love with him in a married women, they made families, and so the war brides were these women who got married to soldiers during the war needed to come to America to be with their soldiers after the war was over. I'd actually heard of that. But it's it's a good bit of knowledge to spread. Yeah. Yeah. So. That was the last little bit. She did for the war efforts was bringing over those women and children to reunite them with their husbands regretted others. So now the words over on the Greg is before mission becomes the Queen Mary again. And she's reformist to your favorite glory to look exactly the way that she was before pretty good this great. Yeah. I don't dunno. Whatever. Yeah. Should began carrying the elite on grammars cruises once again in July nineteen forty seven. She kept a week between Southhampton sherbert and New York. In the early nineteen sixties. But at that time, the sixties air trouble is becoming more affordable. More people began to use white printed, Lyndyk pro. Sir. Frankly in eighteen sixty three the Queen Mary started occasional resist to the Canary Islands in the Bahamas. But unfortunately, she wasn't a with air conditioning outdoor pools with her modern day tropical competition. So in nineteen sixty seven she was withdrawn from service. Okay. Okay. At that time, she had over one thousand transatlantic crossings later that year, she was sold for three point four five million dollars to the city of Long Beach, California. Wow. It's pretty decent price back. Then. Right. That's like that's a big ship. And she was docked in one peach permanently and became a floating Newseum in luxury hotel. Okay. That's pretty cool. Yeah. A little history of the Mary our talk about why we're talking about a cruise ship on this podcast. The same reason that we talked about hotels. I would imagine. I would just like to say Queen Mary sounds like a bad ass. Right. Okay. Yeah. That that ship has accomplished a shit ton. I mean, obviously, it's the people on the ship that really did it. But like just really goes to show that quality Trump's quantity. Sure. Yeah. Like, I mean, I. I definitely don't believe in the spirit of ship or the spirit of thing. But I for one m not. I for one can't say that. I've never personified something. And I definitely can see the personification of this ship. And I think ships are pretty common. Heck, we call them. She usually so I could see it kind of, you know, having this long legacy in it being what did it? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So. Cream areas haunted. I N worse. It is. Yes. Some people even say she's one of the most haunted places in the world. She has as many as one hundred fifty known spirit. In the past sixty years have seen forty nine reported deaths on the ship. About to the fact that she participated in war. It's pretty much a no brainer that she'd have ghosts. If you believe in that sort of thing like just like a recipe ghosts. Soon a lot of paranormal activity takes place in Queen Mary's engine room. Okay. The room's door number thirteen has crushed at least to mendota. Okay. The most recent death was an eighteen year old crew member who was crushed during a routine water tape doors role in nineteen sixty six I'm gonna outta thing. Because when I read was that he was crushed during this routine door drill. But then there's also a rumor that he and another remember were like playing basically a game of chicken the door. Okay. To see who could get through it. I before it closed or last like the person at the last second to get through it before it closed. Sure that makes sense. So the thing that I read about like the routine watertight door drill that he was crushed. But if you like the rumors about him playing a game of chicken he was severed. Into. So I kind of to that it was probably more crush stirring, adore drill. Are you think? So. Yeah, why why do you think is not not him point chicken? Because about him playing. He was severed in two. Well, okay. So you're saying that because that story gets a little bit more extreme that's a little less believable. Yes. That's what I'm saying. Okay. I could see that. I don't know. I don't know the force behind those doors, but I imagined that doors like that are designed to shut even if something's in the way of it. Well, yeah. That is true. This must be monotype. Yeah. I hate to say it, but in that sort of situation that door close whether there's a person in the way or not it's true. You're right. Because of the ships thinking. Yeah. Orey? Yeah. I mean seriously. But again, I don't know anything about those doors. So I couldn't I couldn't say one way or the other. But I could say that I for me. I don't think someone being seven and a half makes it any less plausible. There. Yeah. The other one was supposedly crushed by the door during a fire. He was trying to get out yon doors like that shut during fires too. So yeah. So he's trying to get out because the was on fire, and he was crushed by the door. So you sit the last person who died was in nineteen sixty six that was crushed by door last person Crespigny door nineteen sixty six but not the last person to die on the ship. I don't think so. Okay. But the the one in eighteen sixty six was crushed by the door. People have reported seeing him he looks like he didn't vote graphs. Into. No, not into we'll come on the photographs and he was alive. Walking into the hallway that provides access to the ship's propeller shafts. In his walking down that he just disappears at thirteen. Coverall door thirteen was the one that killed him? I quit Google. Search tells me that somebody died in two thousand eleven. Two thousand eleven there could be something more recent than that. But that's like the quickest shirt Scher. That's the that's still pretty recent though. I'd say, yeah. Much more recent than nineteen sixty six I was just physically talking about the door crushing incident of nineteen sixty six gosh that wasn't even that wasn't even in our century. True. The ship's boiler room. No wonder has boilers they've long since been removed. But it also plays host to agonize screams out of tearing metal which some believe are the men of the curious though. Because the troops aboard. The great goes reported hearing screams of the career on the curious OAS. They can't continued on their journey after the collision. I'm sure they did. I mean, unless it was horrible. It was drowned out by the engines. When I I wanna hear that like because I think if I actually would here that I might believe something, right? That's what I'm saying. Like, Ooh, I wanna hear that. Because if it's real actually wanna hear it. I know it's horrible. But that would be the, okay, maybe I believe in this. I also really wanna hear it because I think that's actually a sound that people really here with their ears as I get. Okay. Two other hot spots in the ship or the first infected class swimming pools. Neither of us persona today. But the spirits don't relief realize that the first class wedding has been closed for decades. But women are often seen wearing nineteen thirty styles. Suits mucking the decks near the pool. And then the sounds of splashing the appearance of footprints are also reported between the duck in the changing rooms. And there was a little girl who plays Haydn's seek around the first class pool in sometimes you'll see like her wet footprints running into the changing rooms as well. Okay. And then there's another little girl the fucking cloth pool that people say drowned during failing there's no recorded drowning on the ship, but researchers paranormal investigators have captured the girls in laughter recording on the little girls. Only known as Jackie O. Sure. Yeah. I mean when there's no recorded deaths, and then all of a sudden, you have people saying, oh, there was one. We have the recording of their spirits. I just kinda. I'm like you are like trying to find something. That just isn't there? Yeah. I understand what you're saying. I mean, even the excuse was more along the lines of someone died it at the port at the spirit has found its way to the ship. I don't know. Maybe maybe that's that's a little too fantastic. But it all is. It is it is a little sticky. Right. It is. The original first class dining room is now referred to as the Queen salon. And it is a forty six hundred square foot room decorated in yellows in bronze and boasts beautiful imported woods, polished marble, floor parquet dancefloor three golden fireplaces, golden. Yep. I know the room is extravagant in a beautiful example of the art deco style of time period. In the room contain the stylized map, you're gonna love this of the sips transatlantic path to in from England, and the pack even contains a tiny crystal ship that displayed the current placement of the ship on that path that is really cool. So like, the first class diners could come have dinner and then like see where they were on their trip. Pretty cool. Isn't that? Cool. Venezuela cool. Yeah. Did someone just up in updated? Or what? They didn't get I think somebody must have like. Had to done it manually. I would imagine like every every hour. So the ship would be moved. Yeah. That's what I would think too that there was just some poor schmuck. Who's job a little crystal ship mean, I imagine it wasn't just some poor smock. It was probably like is probably been navigator in his aide. It was their job to Bill. You know every hour. Check it move it. Yeah. So yeah, I thought it was pretty cool and this room plays host to go stump. The woman in white and she can be seen winding across the floor along white down and dancing and paranormal investigators describe her as residual haunting which is something that's basically just an energy that is into its surroundings. So it's not like. Ghost hunting something on purpose? It's like a piece of energy of a person that is stuck open. It's not like actually the spirit. But it's not like. Yeah. Actions like of the essence of the spirit. Yeah. That doesn't know. What's surrounding it? Doesn't know what they're like. It's not interacting anything. It's just going through this repetitive. Motion. Sure. Yeah. I knew you'd like that one. Hey, you know, maybe we could we will describe it as the ship has some sort of. Time fluctuation on it, and it's just replaying a woman actually, just dancing right there. I actually think it's believable to have like this energy stuck in a loop than it is to believe that like a spirit that is like Fantino if duck somewhere, I guess the model we just see like magical rocks falling from places over over again because they're stuck into energy loop. I don't know. I don't know either. That's what Moscow. I'm just saying. I just think it could be considered a little more believable than like sentient beings. I guess I kinda get stuck and trapped. My. I always come down to the thought of like everything's relative. And while we look at that ship, and we're like, oh, it's been docked in the same place for however long, you don't fifty sixty years. Sure fine. It's been in the same place. I said that was some heavy quotations because the earth is spinning and moving around the sun and the sun is moving in around the galaxy. And we're moving at like thousands of miles an hour. Nothing is in the same place any more. So what's keeping that energy loop stuck there and not someplace random in space? I'd not even random some calculated place in space. What I'm saying? As what you're saying. I it makes logical sense. With time travel to like, oh, we can time travel all we want. But like you have to essentially do the math move huge location like huge places like in time and space his you're moving back to wherever the earth was if you're trying to go back to the earth. Right, right. So. Whatever that's that's going on some crazy tangent. But I just I feel like I mean, maybe you could boil it down to the energy is attached to some sort of physical matter. In which case, then the ship is there. I don't know why. Actually, kind of stock to something talk about his there's another ghosts. That has also a long white gown. And they're not sure if it's the same one or a different one. But this one is seen defending the stairs of cargo hold which is super place for guests to have been. But what the research isn't investigators think it might have been is that she's super attached to something that was in the cargo hold like a piece of furniture or something big that would like a car or something. And so she keeps going to the cargo hold because she's attached to something that was there. Okay. Sure. Okay. So that's that's at ties back to what you were saying like being tied to a specific thing again that is touched to something. That was right. Not there anymore. I don't know. And then that point I think. I I don't know. I don't feel like there's a proper answer for it. So I don't even know what question to ask to get towards hit, sir. I know if this is something that you just take on faith. I guess it's one of those kind of things right? I'm not much for taking on blind faith. I know you want. So on the b. You can find the original third class cabins that are not used as hotel rooms. Okay. The long hallways of debt were built on a curved almost banana like structure to help ads ability to such large ship. And because of Perm the hallway skill almost like fun house. Kind of adds to the general paranormal squeaky for the deck. I would love to go spend a night on this Hamilton. Okay. I'm not sure how much regular rooms cost. Tell you. How much this about talk about will cost at the end. The Queen Mary contains twelve ducks, but they deck is known to be the most haunted. At in one room in particular is a hotbed of paranormal activity in room B three forty and this was originally three third clus state rooms, but has been remodeled to be one large room. Okay. In one spirit in this room creates poltergeist type mayhem in the room. Hangers faucets. Often on and the spirit is not of a war bride. So there was two stories to who this Reid might be why she might be there. And both of them come from psychic. So take it. At absolute value. Yeah. So she's a war bride. The first story is that she was leaving Europe and travelling to America to meet her American soldier husband. She was pregnant and scared alone. So she was occasionally the safety of her cabin. So she stayed on a row. Okay. And she went into labor because our pregnancy had been what we would call high risk today. She in the baby side because they didn't have proper medical attention. And so she is sad on alone. Never made it to her husband than her baby died rhyme. So she's a poltergeist in this room. And not makes perfect sense. If you're gonna believe in like poltergeist ghost and stuff like that is a reason to be ingred goski. Yeah. For sure. Proper not because of ill medical can't they phrase that improper medical procedures chirp. Sure. Or lack thereof. Yeah. Really lack of the second story is the woman was traveling with a child that was already worn and revenge. She still refused or couldn't leave the cabin. But she did it making it to America where the soldier refuse them back to Europe. No. Like that story doesn't end with her dying or anything some kind of like so did she without a long life them? She was still so angry about being spurned that she ended up state room. I don't understand. Yeah. That doesn't make much sense to me as the woman who died childbirth. Ships logs have encounters dating back all the way to the final voyage nineteen sixty seven and it includes people nothing on the door at a lower the night, the water faucets in the bathroom turning themselves on off and some have even reported that the blankets were pulled off their bed while they were sleeping or dark. Figure stood a foot of their bed in the night. That is creepy, and that's all stuff. That's like emissions logs that people who have been on the complaint about. Yeah. So there's that. So last year the Queen Mary opened room be three forty to the public for overnight. Stays it had closed down for a long time because they were getting somebody complaints. Like they were getting so many paranormal complaints about this room that they were just like fine. Nobody stay here. Anna last year. Queen Mary was part of a. A ghost adventures episode or maybe it was ghost hunters. Can't remember onside, and they were they were doing a paranormal investigation, and they were using three forty and they set up cameras and unloved, and when they came back they noticed the sheep on the bed had been all messed up when I had been perfectly made us for went to the camera. And they noticed what seems like the wake it's moving by themselves on bad than they are like super excited as you would be. And then they noticed that. There was like a very slight jump in the video. And so like somebody had gone in offensively paused video moved the blankets, unpaid video. And so they were all really because they were trying to figure out who like did this hoax because they were trying to do this real investigation. Right. That was crew trying to get a little listening. What they actually think it was. There's like this society of of paranormal investigators they actually think that it was this specific society. It wasn't the investigators who are working for scifi. It was decided that they chanted up with. They actually get with them. Oh because there was this thing about. It couldn't have been done with the positive video like that. Without a remote for the camera is if you had physically touched about in posit-, you would have heard a beeping found in the camera in the footage. But there wasn't a deeping sound the only way to get away with not having anything found is to have a remote. And because the cameras were owned by the society. It was gonna suit had to have been somebody from the society had gone. Yeah. Yeah. That makes sense. So the paranormal investigators were really bombed obviously all of that was part of the episode like all of that was discussed the episode. This was a hoax. They were really upset about the fact that they thought they were gonna get something real. And they got people messing with it will now everybody is going to question everything that happens on the ship. Even the we have caught real stuff. Aubrey's to everything is hoax because somebody had to mess with this. One thing running. So that garnered a bunch of attention so in two thousand eighteen creamery over featuring forty of public for overnight stays because what do girl of tension humic? Right. Absolutely. Yeah. So I think it's pretty good about this is actually the state include the special box David's Manhattan, haunted experience or tear apart at a crystal ball. Yeah. Oh, yeah. In a box while you say this room and the room is available starting at four hundred ninety nine dollars a night. That's that's expensive. But it's not. I mean, that's pretty expensive. It is really expensive with like, you could definitely find regular hotel rooms that are much more expensive than that for like honeymoon suites in things I that scale, but I guess it is kind of an experience too. Yeah. I'd be pretty bummed if I spent five hundred bucks on a night in a haunted. Haunted room. Didn't get anything out of it. I just looked it up. And if we wanted to go, and we went in the middle of the week, we could stay in deluxe suite room with king bed for a hundred forty nine dollars per night, which is really not bad at all. So ninety Sunday. So the other ways that the Queen Mary cashing in on her haunting. They also offer a daytime haunted encounters to earth takes you through the areas with most activity. In the also offer nighttime tours. Cool. It includes a dining with the spirits package. That has a first class group dining experience before haunted history to her. There's also a paranormal ship walk which takes explorer through on the paranormal hot on the ship, and they have a residential a resident paranormal investigator that offers tours and also offers a monthly lecture a Pacific one of the country's only ongoing investigations where they just literally have their own paranormal investigator, ongoing experiments and stuff on the contents on they offer monthly lectures with that person and personal also take you on a tour and hope you like do parable investigation yourself interesting. Yeah. We'll just kind of fun. And I think that also like a really great time. And I actually really looked to go do a tour like stay on board Sunday that'd be so cool. I think that would be really fun like even if we didn't like have a hunting experience what we were there. Like, it's such a cool. It's got a rich history. That's yeah. Absolutely. I think that would be that sounds really fun. Maybe if we ever end up doing we can make an episode adamant. Maybe for our patients. Grated. So that is what I have free today. All right. I mean, that's pretty interesting ghost is on a ship. Thanks, Michael for suggesting it, absolutely. I think the ship Queen Mary or Greg ghost or whatever you wanna call her is a bad ass ship that it's about stuff. Yeah. No kidding. Yeah. I mean, absolutely. It needs to needs to be parked in a location that can still be celebrated. Yeah. For sure dance pretty cool. Yeah. Yeah. That's it. You can find us on Facebook Twitter Instagram at TAAS podcasts. If you like what we're doing? You can jump on over itunes leave as a positive review. Really like what we're doing finish on patriotic also podcast over there. It emerged. Get yourself some bonus content. Get yourself early content on the good things if you've just like to buy merchants the truth somewhere, thread were dot com show notes links all the interesting stuff is the truth is somewhere dot com. 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Play Assassin's Creed Odyssey in Google Chrome - Kinda Funny Games Daily 10.01.18

Kinda Funny Games Daily

50:49 min | 2 years ago

Play Assassin's Creed Odyssey in Google Chrome - Kinda Funny Games Daily 10.01.18

"Yeah. What's up. Everybody welcome to kind of funny games daily, four, Monday, October first, twenty eighteen. I'm Greg Miller alongside baby blues, Tim Geddes. Let's. Thank you. Doc Tober it's October ish. I can't believe it. Yeah, is not years gones quick quick. It's going faster for you what? This is two more days at work, and then you're off for like. Yeah, it's Morrow night one AM is my flight out. Not one bit. No, no. Our flight Yeesh five hour layover six hour. Where are you going? I Bali, Indonesia? No, but I mean, you have a layover. Oh, Taipei. Oh, shame. Let's show so Bali and then Japan and then Japan, Tokyo for the first time in Tokyo. Very, very excited. Are you more excited for Tokyo, Bali, Tokyo don't. You can say that you can see you already saw these guys get a little stressed about the ball stuff. If I'm being on what's wrong with, we're going to jungle. There's a monkey forest. Okay. I just don't know about this. Okay. These are things that Tim usually. Oh, man. There's this hike that starts at two AM and it goes to sunrise and I'm like, okay, that's the thing that's happening. I don't know if I'll be there. Timing's a little weird with intendo switch games. That's the problem. You're waning Pok Mon. I don't have smashed brother chickasha, Greg. Greg, you're gonna tangent here extra. Two thousand eighteen is over. Third, we'll be streaming games shenanigans for twenty four hours as we raise money for the children's miracle network hospitals, you can join her donate right now kind of funny dot com. Slash extra life plus over on YouTube dot com. Slash kind of funny. There's a great extra documentary that was made last year about arsenic gets here. Yeah, what's the chances of us hitting Mr. Nintendo and being like, hey, look, the kids need. This gives us smash brothers. I just want to stream smashed ultimate. I know that they been going all these conventions and they've been the game has been shown off quite a bit in a AK demo to stream at at the intersection gardening, the hide with the demos. You know what I mean? I bet you can't get it for hours. Maybe a smash, our, whatever. They'll give me high twenty four hours is what I want to ask for. Can we streams Manish Brose extra? It'd be good life. I'm putting eleven and three for the kids make sure they know it's for the kids, the big, beautiful kids. Okay. Not the smaller charity. Exclamation. That's how we all keep you posted. If you didn't know as and gentlemen, this is kind of funny games daily each and every weekday in a variety of platforms. We run you through the nerdy video game news need know about maybe like that. Be part of the show kind of funny dot com. Slash KF GD with your questions, comments, bad PS names, and everything else under the video game son then watch recorded live on twitch dot TV, slash kind of funny games. 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We're going to push the limits with one of the most demanding applications for streaming Abe, blockbuster video game. We've partnered with one of the most innovative and successful video game publishers Ubisoft to stream their soon to be released assassin's creed, AUSSIE to your chrome browser on a laptop or desktop. Starting on October five, a limited number of participants will be able to play in the latest in this best selling franchise at no charge. For the duration of the project stream test. The idea of streaming such graphically rich content that requires near instant inter. Action between the game controller and the graphics on the screen poses a number of challenges when streaming TV or movies, consumers are comfortable the few seconds of buffering at the start, but streaming high quality games requires latency, measured in milliseconds with no graphic degradations, true the technology and creativity behind these triple video games extraordinary from incredible detail to lifelike movement of the character skin, clothing and hair to the massive scale of the world in which the game unfold down to every last blade of grass, every pixels powered by an array of real time rendering technology artistry, visual effects, animation, simulation, physics dynamics, where spider by the game creators who spend years crafting these amazing worlds, adventures and experiences, and we're building technology that we hope will support an power that creativity there are limited spaces available in projects team. But if you're interested in participating, you can apply on our website. Product seems geared towards Khomeini. Sorry, stream is geared towards home internet connections. Able of twenty five megabits per second. And you must be seventeen years or older and live in the United States. Spe other clients can be found on the help center. We're looking forward to what the future of streaming holes in feedback from those participating in project stream. Thank you for helping bring streaming to the next level. Interesting stuff. Very interesting. Every talked about ghoul and there what are they going to do? And they wanna get into games and yadda yadda, yadda on here we go this. This could be a good way to do it. I mean, they definitely have the infrastructure to be able to everyone. Able to push this forward into be able to make it happen. And again, what's really exciting about this is when we start looking at next generation position five, the next project scarlet where, like there's all these cloud based gaming things in this. If they figure this out now it'd be really good sign for an all digital future coming sooner than than we'd expect or at least a future that has all digital option share. But this has been done before I was reading that Invidia with g force technology that they've been using that does similar thing. Okay. Bought having Google on this Google being the big thing. Yeah. I mean, if you wanna go back, I mean, I know we're talking about game streaming services on live right mean their guy Cobb becoming that right now. The thing I have in the closet. I have never turned on ninja that that box is a streaming. It's streaming solution for PC's and stuff like that. Like people are trying to be the first to crack this, but Google can crack. It that's a whole ball, and I think it's great that they're partnering with Ubisoft as well. Like shared a game. Like assassins creed is a amazing showcase piece for the technology and if it can work. So I'm very, I think something for people to keep their eyes on. Yeah, I know that's the thing about it. I wonder how many people are going to be into the project stream. Baiter everyone call it this first test here. This asan's creed odyssey and then, yeah, I'd love to hear reactions of what it is. I'm playing odyssey, of course, it's, we talked about it at length on the games cast. I love it, but it is like just about every other game we talk about right, where the input didn't feel right. I wouldn't wanna keep going right. It is a game of timing whether whether it's knowing when to Perry, whether it's a in ship to ship combat, you need to have that down right to talking about the milliseconds. But again, it's Google if somebody's going to have the time resources, money energy to put into it and try to figure this out it could be. And that's the thing is like whatever this is like the, whether it's Google or somebody else. Yeah. When this launches, it needs to be as near flawless as possible or else can leave a very bad. And people's mounts, and it's going to, I think, push back this being real things you're potentially a decade look at PlayStation now coming out and it was such a disaster for so long that people don't think about it as a viable in something to us. I think that might be the thing here though, is keep it the if you keep the footprint super small, if it is if it is just a few hundred people doing this or whatever, it's going to be. However many people are being allowed into project stream to start. Yes, one use case, the beta endings I'm saying. But by the time they long time, like whatever we hear more about scarlet, and that's it needs to be like, look, this is ready and it's gonna work. Yeah. We will all stay tuned just like you should. number two, new red Deb gameplay trailer is out. I mean, this isn't news right is wanted put on your radar. Everybody listening and or Washington, of course, Rockstars put out another video about how gameplay works in red dead redemption, confirming you play the entire thing, first-person confirming. It's all crazy. It's those it's, you know, the the video proof of all the previews use. Aw, last week I feel yeah. Run around getting fad, getting skinny, getting facial hair shooting this, you know that you can go out on raids with your group so you can get your your, what they call them jobs heists go do heist or you go off and be so loan stuff. And it just continues look, amazing. The trailers use will Smith's wild. West was interesting. Calling ago. I was to how many mash up for red dead redemption. How many videos were there? Were people mash those up? That seems like some of this should have them, but I don't remember seeing those man. Exactly everybody right now. Read interruption to Tober twenty six by November fourteenth. I wanna see a really well done cut of, hey, here's while the west, and then we made a music video using the game assets, and I wanted to start with this conversation. So here you go, everybody check it out and then you can put your video after that. Oh, Michael, maybe Mikhail road into kind of funny dot com. Slash KFI GDN says, hi, Greg, intesne. I can't shake the feeling that red debt-reduction into is going to disappoint a lot of people rockstar or on point with their marketing and the press for the game is universally positive. Some calling it in open world revolution. Now I'm convinced that the game is going to be great if not fantastic. But honestly, I'd be surprised if it lived up to the expectations that GTE five-set commercially very clearly read into has a slower pace, much less room for goofy shenanigans, both online and offline ADA features a setting that isn't going to be immediately appealing. Two hundred million people in the same way that modern day Los Santos is I feel like we are all writing this hype wave. So fucking high. We no longer see what it is that the GTE five masses really want for a lot of them. I think redemption is not going to be. I think there's a good chance that there's. To be a lot of copies making their way back to game stop when people don't get the wild west GTE five, they thought they were getting thoughts. Keep up the good work. Maceio will say, I respectfully disagree. Yeah. I also wanna say that your shirts. Fantastic. Thank you had one of my favorites. I think that nobody expects us game to sell better than what billion dollars in twenty four hours, whatever GTE did. That's not gonna fact that it's still in the top ten every God damn month. That's not what people are banking on for g. five year terms of sales. They're banking on it. Just dwarfing with the original red dead did or not even the orig- red dead redemption. One did. Yeah, I think that's going to easily. And at the end here he says, they're going to make their way back games about when people don't get the wild west Getafe. I thought they were getting. I do think we're going to get the wild west UTA. Five. I don't think that that has the same ceiling that GTE five did for all the reasons that you were saying? Yeah, I think that the red that online is going. To be the big question for me of how goofy does it get? How many, how much crazy shit do they add because that is the stuff that's key people playing for years to come. Sure. I'm sure rockstar has an answer for all, but yeah, in to what you're talking about IDE and it's going to be the customisation options. You see GTE five right of having any car you want having to leans having you batmobiles like that? Yeah. How do you do that in red dead setting? Right and not sacrifice the awesome you're going for and that things they could easily do that. That's just. Well, I think that the online stuff is going to evolve, and I would be very surprised if didn't have some like crazy analyst field shock of like, yeah, and then online. It's literally we were added cars, why the fuck not. Yeah. I know that's crazy. But I mean they can do whatever they want and that that is the thing of what GTE Online's success was volved into players wanted in, you know into what people were successful with and Rockstars minute open about that. Right. And talking about, well, we delayed hice forever. But while we were doing that, we're seeing how people are actually using the service and then making content built around that. Yeah. So if it is that people get in there and want goofy or crazier, whatever online things, I'm sure you'll see more and more of that is warranted nightmare. And I'm sure you'll get. I'm interested in where this game's gonna fall critically, like I think it's going to do really well. Everyone has played it. Absolutely loves it, but it's they've haven't played too much of it. And this is how the game is gonna be in that ten conversation, or is it going to be more of a low nine, which sounds stup- there's a big different. What do you think would bring it down from from what you're seeing? What would be the pain points or the red flags for you? I don't know. I just think that you know, we've seen a lot of really well done open world games. Yeah. So this, is it going to be this revolutionary change? I don't think so. And GT. Five got a lot of tens. My thing is I, I have not played red dead redemption to. I've only watched the trailers and talk to Jared or stuff like that. I feel you say we've gotten a lot of open world games from what every talks about the way they present this game. It does feel like this revolution in open world games where it will be more of what I want out of them of. It's really get lost in the experience, right? Whereas in as playing right now, it is a very thing of like, I'm gonna do story mission. You know what I'm gonna look around for a sink points. You know what to do that. When I look at the red footage when I talked to, we played read that it seems way more of going to be out in the open west, and I am on my goal to go, you know, to go over here, these people, but on the way that happens all more or feels like it's breathing. Yeah, I, the stories are all interwoven in a way that your traditional open world. I guess my thing is a lot of this sounds vary PRI it's just I, hey, we're telling you how to feel about this. And I think that with the amount of the game that people have played so far, it's it's easy to be like, oh, said this, and it's here. So I wonder as a potentially endless experience. But let's say thirty. Our experience is gonna consistently feel that way, or are you going to eventually start to see the video gaming of it all to psych? I well, it's not saying points, but it is the shame collecting doing this. I don't know. I don't either. I trust them. I trust the rockstar with doing with it. Are gonna deliver something that is modern. You know and set the standard. Like what? What's GT's six gonna look like douse gone saying number three atlas CEO in president has stepped down. This is from Brennan Sinclair over at games, industry dot biz Atlus USA, president and CEO not Oto how route coup cocktail. I almost had high row is changing positions within the company after six years at the hem parent company company, say announced today, former atlas USA Inc, president and CEO. Now Oto Hiraoka will focus on his role as atlas brand owner and further expand the atlas brand worldwide. The company said, adding recognized for his contribution and leadership of atlas USA and the resulting successive or resulting successive titles like persona, five, Catherine, and Mt. Series. Mr. Hira will now now move forward leading many of the companies important creative projects going forward. He is duties will be split between a pair of Sega executives. Sega of America COO and president, Ian current will add the role and responsibilities of atlas USA president and CEO to his plate while Sega, west CEO Zouqi Miaki. No, Miozzi damn. I always think I'm gonna be good practice them to. And then just just with every time the play, you know what I mean? We'll also serves outlet CEO Harare will remain on the board of directors for both atlas USA and Sega America. There's some news for news. It's a Monday. More moving around speaking of. Weekly, still games, industry business Hayden, Taylor, ten cent is restructuring. Of course we've been briefing, you hear on daily as ten cent who has a finger in every video game pie is dealing with regulation over in China that has making them lose value and should be alarming everyone involved with its share price tumbling. Amid tightened government regulations around video games. Ten cent has announced its first restructuring in six years. The Chinese government has not issued a single game licensed since March twenty. Eighteen slowing the world's largest games market to a crawl, Fe falling to single digit growth for the first time in a decade as the leading social media and game publisher in China, tencent has been hit particularly hard by the lockdown. The Chinese Internet giant has seen a one hundred ninety billion dollars wiped from its market value this year from a lifetime peak in January of h k. On call. Yeah, that's what I think too, but that's that's not. They wanna say Hong Kong currency, right. Puncog dollars. H k, whatever that means. We're not smart enough. From a lifetime peak in January of h k, four hundred and seventy four in sixty cents ten cents. A share prices has have witnessed a protracted decline through twenty team and currently sits at h k three hundred twenty three dollars twenty cents according to a report from Reuters. Ten cent management has opted to consolidate three content business groups to form a new group for cloud and smart industries. Quote, ten cent will further explore the integration of social content and technology that is more suitable for future trends and promote the upgrade from consumer internet to industrial internet. The company said misstatement they Greg untamed on out, sounds desperate. I don't know what the hell Vami we're gonna figure it out. We can't do this stuff. So we're going to do that stuff as usual. I will point out. We don't have business degrees, no scientist. We're not scientists for sure either. Yeah. Tencent again has holdings in many of your favorite video game companies here in the west. So what all this means their profits go down. They started consolidate. Again, something just keep a watchful eye on. You see something bad happens other sites, and they're laying people off. Do some say something but understand it might be related to that, Tim? Yes. I'm interested to see what's going to happen with these Chinese games. They really make them and get licensed this. You know what I mean? He's going on. H k, but it's still so far away if I wanted to know something more pressing more pertinent in the video game industry, say what came to the mom and pop shops? Where would I go? The official list of upcoming suffer across each and every platform is listed by the kind of games. Daily show host each and every week to to to do Yan out today. Astro Bhatt rescue mission on PlayStation VR. You remember I talked about this one back after judges week, like this is awesome. It's really good. And now this mother fuckers here getting perfect ten's people are calling it the Super Mario sixty four VR damn, I again when I played it and I loved it. I thought it was really cool. It was a great way of combining platformer you. You understand three d platforming within the VR world of leaning in and getting different views and doing all stuff kind of moving. Yeah, but Maas was very to. This was very much spinning around and putting you into the level little bit more. Have my code. I've been meeting the play of opposing towns weekend. We're too busy trying to platinum overcooked. Fist of the north star lost paradise comes to PlayStation four for it's a horizon, four, Xbox One. Megan eleven comes to PS four Xbox One switch at PC. I glanced at the recent era threat pretty good reviews for that right now. You may eleven not really well, Jen, and it was like a seven. Yeah, I saw Jean lower on the scale I saw hydra, yeah, pot Obock on station Vida. That's right. It lives racket fury racket fury table tennis VR on PlayStation VR and then vault and are all theory and arc hero school story position force which PC enjoy that when everybody knew dates four. Yeah, we'd craft Inc is coming to in twenty nineteen inches. We'd Kraft Inc explores the business of producing breeding and selling Weeden America, delving deep into the financial political and cultural aspects of the companies are countries complex relationship with troublesome, an promising point this devolve or put out this. So this game's going to be fucking weird and then double cross on steam has been pushed until genius. Lays gentlemen some check in with you. The readers slash listeners slash of course, be part of the show kind of funny dot com. Slash k. f. g. just like a whole bunch of people in verse. I'm gonna tell you where rock to you by third love, aim loot, crates. 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So first of all, I wanted to let you guys know how proud I am of you for taking the initiative of creating the kind of funny game showcase and how marvel- I am the amount of people that want to take part in it. We haven't talked about this yet on this show. Of course last week we start our last Friday, I guess. Doing games daily in right beforehand, cancel a tweet. We'll do it. We'll fill the gap. We'll do a post game. Morts, press conference. Saturday after game wards put out the tweet and then my inbox has been bombarded with developers, both huge in small coming on to be part of this showcase. So thank you. Number one, all the people who wanna be a part of, and thank you so many of you kinda funny best friend every the inner who wants to celebrate games entering keep that that momentum going. I always thought was so great with gamers PS x. right, this mash up of everything we, but it's crazy, and it's already a far greater. So. Yeah, got a wilt things into existence and then just make them good. Here's the thing, right? Yeah, right. You give them a fish. You can eat the fish. You give them the teach them out of fishy fish forever. Sheriff vision. Yeah, let's see what he makes. Yeah. If the better player you get the more colors yet. Okay. The more things you can make. I'm lost a little bit here. Yeah, yeah, we've got a lot of cool player hung tunnel Plato, and I'm trying to carpet. And that's things like we're, we're crafting here. Yeah, you know what I mean? Yeah. And I'm so excited for what this could end up be. Yeah. Either way, even Hugh, I think that you know, we've watched press conferences for year students of the game of the game, and I can't wait to do it ourselves. Yeah, it's going to be great, and it's going to be huge and we gotta start figuring out how we're gonna do it all. And yeah, yesterday that was the thing when I started answering emails at the bar dwells watching the bears game. And then I looked at him like, wow, I I've been answering for like an hour and a half, and I still have so many more common man and they keep coming anyways back to ask them on on now, have a three question question regarding the showcase, some of what you may not be able to answer yet, but feel free to answer just a question. You actually can't the moment. Number one. How are you guys gonna handle the possible length of the showcase? Do you have a maximum length? You don't desire to surpass or you guys have no problem with that at all? I am a producer and I am a big fan of keeping things Toit. Yeah, you know what I mean? Yeah. So I hope that this thing like it cannot be longer than two hours cannot be agreed no matter what agreed hours. Okay. If in Provo for me, it's one hour. That's gonna be. And that's my thing. Let's go. I think we can do. I mean, the whole point is just can't sag anywhere, and that's what we've all seen when you go to when you go to anybody's press conference, and it's going great at a great clip and then they get to something that like not even nobody cares about presented poorly with you showing me game that I'm not into if it's just presented well and has gone through awesome about this is and correct me if I'm wrong. I well, this might be the first time ever. There's a press conference. That's everybody all the different developers and publishers are welcome. You know what I mean? You name awards makes bunch of out here, but it's not a Prescott share. You could do that thing. They do, but that's just PC games. That's what you're talking about. And then every else it's usually a, I guess you're in this. Everybody they didn't want. That's true. Devolve IRS only devolve games. Yeah, we're bringing people together. We we are. We're gonna bring good times. So yeah, all the answers we give you today are kind of bullshit. We'll figure it out as we go that we're giving you what we know keeps changing volving as we go. Number two, how do you believe you will award? How much time high decide how much time you give it is basically what you want to say case-by-case, what the game needs, what is exactly for me, keep it tight. Yeah, number three, that's exhibits thing. You can't do it. I'm still. Okay. Number three and final. Sorry, number three, there's a fourth. What approach do you have in mind for the showcase? We try to go for a regular game conference or will be more of an intended erect with funny spin on it. I think it's all that it's all that together. Right? Because we've talked about it, but yeah, it's going to be us presenting a press conference in then kicking the packages and trailer submitted people, which is more of a direct thing I would sit in again, just spent buffet we go. Yeah, I think it's going to be an intended Iraq, but with a lot more hype. Okay. You know what I mean? A lot more presentation show a lot of like excitement. Okay. Mean, smash brothers comes through the wreck. Sometimes I don't know if we can be if you know. Yeah. Well, that's okay. Got more hype of like Moscow. And 'cause the thing one of everything's about Sony's conferences are the height montages. Right. Do that sheriffs that that definitely. Finally just wanted and by telling you, I can't wait to see what you guys have to show us. I'm sure you'll blow our minds like you always do the plant Esteban and if we fuck it up, that's just kind of funny. How does it. here we go game jumper x. in the parentheses Aaron road into kinda funny dot com. KF GD and says with no Pius x. this year does that mean we will not get name changes this year? Is Sony saving it for PlayStation five. In the wake of PlayStation experience? Not happening. Yeah, the in my feed for sure. The number one in two things I've seen the showcase. We announced in them. This meme of Sean Laden me on stage. Were him him basically saying we're elves are working on the name changes. Hopefully this time next year we'll have something to announce in the thing. PS Xs not happening this year. Yeah, with Eddie Murphy. Yeah, it wasn't. Eddie Murphy is no, no, no, no. It looks like one of his characters isn't it? Or am I wrong? Am I thought it was a guy from a look up? No, you're me on this, but I think it's a, I don't. I think it's got. Isn't it the? No, I wanna say it's from a music video. I don't know. It doesn't matter. Slushy wrong. Exactly. Please go to know your even explain it to us. No, I I think obviously isn't happening because of everything. PlayStation said, we're not ready. We'll think it's the right time, blah, blah. If name changes are coming as they've been rumored to forever, including the guy who wrote into this show saying that they would have happened in August or September or whatever that he had inside information. Well, guess what? Motherfuckers Tober one. I still think that's if that's coming. That's coming in. That's regardless. Also don't necessarily think that's a that's a blog up here, but I think the kind of a game show. It'd be great if you tell right PlayStation Sean, if you want to be are one more thing. And that's what you do come out and say, hey, I'm for don't worry about that. Yeah, I don't. I don't think that's the reason. I think it's funny Memed the toss out there with, but that's not what's happening. John Doe and says, do you think the abundance of multi-player games on PlayStation VR misguided? There seems to be a lot of them which seems dangerous for such a small user base. Personally, I'd much rather prefer to see more single player games even if short titles. Interesting point. Yeah, it isn't. It isn't what's interesting about the PlayStation VR community is how titan at they are and how into PlayStation VR people are and how supportive that sub Reddit is. And so the fact that fire team, no firewall zero hour is out and and Kevin love wing wanna, play more of it all the time. And when we go online, there are tons of people play with an when we eat it out. There are tons of people. That's great. I know rec room, obviously another on line one that does it records out awhile, but that game still getting update still seems like there's a community minded. You could find it. It's an interesting line to walk right of how do you. Make something cool you believe in and you guys have a vision foreign. You think that PlayStation VR as tech VR's tech can bring something different to it, but how do you not overwhelm user base that is not struggling, but growing steadily growing explosively growing. It doesn't want to necessarily spend three hundred sixty dollars a month on games they should be playing. And that's one of the things I saw about the Astro bought one of the reviews today. They're saying, you know, for what firewall is to PlayStation VR multi-player games. This is what this is too, in terms of killer apps to single player gaming adding. It's a case by case structure and developers, all these different things in terms of what they're looking for. There are a lot of multi-player games out there that I'll never touch in, but there's also a lot of PlayStation VR game. I look at them just like, Nah, I was gonna play this to begin with. So I don't think it's one way or the other. I think if you if you can come out as any firewalls proven and, hey, we've great fucking idea here and we have a great game here. It's going to succeed in work right. Whereas if you come out with a mid tier whatever game, it doesn't matter if it's multiplayer single player, it's going to totally again as always too many great games right now just come on decent. Gnome chump. Sqi gnome Chomsky writes in to kinda funny dot com slash KF GD and says, Howdy, Howdy, Doody best friends to jump right into it. I feel as if metro exodus is getting shafted on all fronts of media since February, when they got the cover story from game inform feels if it's being overlooked despite them releasing tons of information about it. I'm super hyped to find out what find out how our tones story ends this story. Why do you think this game is not talked about as much as we are getting closer to its release? Thank you for an amazing show. Hope you all have a great day. All the hype for metro, the buzz from the press Audi. Three was really down on this. Cat is the great point. I didn't see it butts. I was with Brandon Jones who he saw a lot of the guys I when I was when I went to the kingdom hearts event. Sure. Everyone was talking about how disappointed they were. Would you be shocked to know you're sharing a table with one of those people might God? We saw judge Pri when we went to judge week free three metro was one of the night things, and it was it was rough. It was rough around the edges. It crashed all the time. It just wasn't fun and I didn't. And I know you talk about like wise e three important, right? E three is a game is a time when you can get your game in front of so many different is if you make the right impression, people talk about it and they remember it and I can sit here even though I haven't played the review copy of astronaut. Astronaut was awesome when I played it totally makes sense. Let's talk more about why they gain work. We can get away from three, and I'll talk about tetris effect and other games that I played that aren't just play games that I'm excited about. Right. That made an impression on me in the positive sense in the negative looked. Awesome, right in the negative sense, right. I see metro exits. And for me personally, I didn't connect with either the first two metro games never cared. They announced this one and I'm like, all right, cool. Is that the ex boss conference it has that, you know, man, it looks really pretty and getting on the six. Oh, man. Just another forgettable game that I would have chalked up the other metros to be which I know a lot of people like the original metros. I'm not shitting on what you like, but it's just that you, they whipped. They struck out at the plate that time which now you see the cycle of now like, how do you get that goodwill back? How do you get people excited about it again? I don't know. I don't know. And that's the biggest thing of why you're not hearing from it, I think is the fact that, okay. People didn't care they, we got in front of them and you didn't care maybe now you do a different one, your games in a better spot. You identify the big metro fans you get to them. They evangelize it. You go that way. But for me, personally, yeah, the ship sailed on it was like, no, I didn't care about the other ones. I'm not gonna care about this one. Tamp them. What do you wanna take? I'm thinking about it. I wanna take you on a ride brother, but I wanna figure. I want to do that. Well, I mean, maybe I'll do that one. That's not where I'm at right now. I feel like this one pairs kind of what we were just talking about stead Joan axe road in to kinda funny dot com slash KF GD and I feel like I might have just someone someone from another dimension by saying, hi, Greg, whoever I for sorry, I forgot. It's Tim. Don't Dohrn with two raider apparently not selling as well as they hoped. Do you think long-tailed deal see might be part of the issue I ask because after playing horizon zero dawn breath, wild last year. And in both cases going back to the deal, see many months after completing them and then being terrible the game because I've decided being terrible at the game. I've decided with both tomb raider and Spiderman to wait until all the deal is out in plate in one, go it to some degree, probably colored my perception of the game. I remember really enjoying her is in the first time through but giving up on the deal see after a short period of time because I was frustrated because I knew six months ago, this would have been easy, and a lot more fun waiting also. Is the added benefit of when they finally finish tomb raider deal sea in April, I believe I'm going to guess the game will be quite a bit cheaper. I know companies seem to wanna give games a long tail and get you to come back and it has worked on me was chronicles to. I've not stop playing since release, but with something like tomb raider Spiderman to give me to give me, are they games? He's going with this question. He's got stead, John. You gotta start using periods, but I don't think that long-term DLC affects sales up front of games. I don't think the majority I do think there's gamers like John that are like, no, like I'm gonna wait until game of the year addition, whatever the overall majority like those people wouldn't about the game. Anyway. It's just because the deal see that they're waiting because they're smart humor's tomb. Raider I feel like is no, that is not the problem with all due respect somebody who's in the industry and reads all this stuff every day I had forgotten the tumor had long-tailed. Yeah, it's just a game that came out at a bad time and didn't look that great when it did it didn't look like something you have to play right. Now you have to be all over this thing, right? And that's the struggle that it has. You know, that's why it's struggling there. I don't think it's because of this. It's interesting takeaway with Spiderman. They're gonna wait till the city that never sleeps done. It makes sense. I do think it's helpful. Spiderman you'll see is three months after release white once a month one. Totally cool. That actually keeps it going and then ends appropriate time. Exactly. Yeah. And it's not feel like when I get in, I'm still gonna know how to play Spider-Man because horizon I was the same way with frozen wild. Can't wait. Can't wait. Can't wait. Got it. Fuck, wait. Like I'm still my main map. What am I doing? How do I do this? Single player deal sees so hard like I don't know if we'll ever get what people want from it because the problem is it's either too little or too much the moments too much. It's like, why isn't this its own game? The moment that it's too little is just like, I'm just getting more tasks things. I don't really wanna do interested in Spiderman of how it's gonna handle it. I don't think it's going to be great. I think the deal, what do you mean and just forget about things to do. I think it's going to be like you get a quest line may simple quest line of three, four, five missions that are like for like black cats. All we know, right? So it's going to be she is back in town. This is what's happening. We, you know what I mean? Like I found her stuff. I see you're in this cut scene. I run after her. I take down something stop something she gets away at the feel so inconsequential. I don't know, like the feeling uncharted loss legs, Perv example by its own thing. Yeah, you know, it wasn't just more uncharted, I guess, left behind was a bit more in line with what I would want from DC, but I don't know. I I in Wilde's like, all right, it happens. And then breath Zelda the wilds, like just more. I see. I think that's a great call. Stick with me, frozen wiles and breath in the wild, where yet there's more. Okay, cool. You can play it or you didn't. I played frozen wild, and I would struggle right now to tell you what exactly happened in it and you know what I mean? Like snowy there, new monsters fun to play, right. And in this gets into the argument that I was with God. Before where I got such a perfect experience don't make deal for from it. And I think horizon evade ship with Rosewall or not even done for awhile. It would have been in that same category. I didn't need more. You ended. Great. I'm excited for your sequel Spiderman, and this might be on the train that are real says to whether or not platinum about your hundred percent years, doing more crimes and shit. I love that world in that game play mechanic so much that I don't mind. It is just like black cat was never going to be the star of the next game. So here she is doing this thing. It's as long as deal, see two or three isn't, and it won't be obviously isn't the Symbian storyline, right? And it's totally fast and they would never do. They're gonna give everybody do. Yeah. That's the thing of what if just, you know, deal see to is like, oh, man, we're actually going to go after the Tasker taskmaster. I'd be fine with. Here's some shit to do in the world. The total I just feel like maybe not every game needs deal. See like Zelda probably didn't need it, whereas AUSSIE could definitely use it. And we haven't seen that, you know. Would you mentioned? We're totally. No. I don't know. Let me know what you think about this at Tim gettys. Yeah, except when he's in Bali. Yeah. In line with this conversation, Kayla wrote in dot com slash KF GD and says, hey, kinda funny hosts a few months ago I played life is strange one with my wife and was super excited that it was a game that she finally got excited about video games with. So when life is strange to came out, we both flew through episode one loving every second of the emotional experience. When I split into her, that may be few months before we get to play more. Life is strange. She was disappointed. My question is, do you think releasing a game in parts months apart is still good idea? It seems to me when you consider people short attention span and the amount of great games coming out that an episode of game could get lost in the mix. Thanks guys. I think Mussa game by game decision. Not all games are created equal. I think if you were to sit down and ask the developers who worked on tomb raider if they would like a life is strange, kind of roll out, not breaking up episode weekly, but once every few months they get talked about as if they're a brand new game, they would say undoubtedly, yes, this is the solution ride the Antic or an antidote to the problem of, hey, we are game came out around all these big games. Got forgotten that you come out and you miss that. Oh, you have a wet fart as your fucking announcement and it's over your, whereas life is strange, can't come out and I know I saw over the weekend maybe or on Friday afternoon. Somebody tweeting about PC numbers on life. Strange, and how it was like one, fourth, the concurrence of what the original game did and that sucks. But it's also a game that's going to gain steam like it's only going to get better. You assume is that episode two. Out in three comes out and turns a corner every like holy shit. This is great. You need to play. Okay. It's episode. One is included as a PS plus thing, or XBox goal there, which prime and suddenly there is another movement of God. I gotta get to it, let alone the fact like this is just like where the Walking Dead and telltale recipes worked so well in terms of promotion where it was just like, yeah, like you always get another shot with these games to make that first impression which is unheard of it is I don't know that is true though in the actual way that it works like when when Walking Dead season two episode, whatever, like wouldn't like the episode of ones that aren't the first game season. I feel like it's like a blog post on Jan that go through, but it doesn't get like actual real push. Again, you know it so many times we'll be doing games Kassim before we show ask you like, oh, what have you played? And it's kind of like, yeah, I played the new Batman episode or whatever, and it's like it's a weird thing to talk about almost sure I, this is something that I think life is strange to does wrestle with two extent. It's also the fact that it's this is what telltale struggled with is it's never gonna season one in terms of like that pop writing that may in the story with Batman season was holy shit. They are building their own universe. Every episode is doing something different. Same Walking Dead, oh my God, I can't. So when season two of walking to dropped her season, two Batman dropped, it was like, all right, yeah, it's more it's more. It's cool. Yeah, you should play. If you wanna hear about ministry, whatever. You know what I mean? Whereas with life is strange to, I think it actually being to it actually is different characters. It is a different powered as a different storyline. It is going to continue. I think to make headlines for the fact that it's wrestling with like political and social commentary in a way than first game didn't. You know what I mean? That wasn't what it was inks teenagers dealing with all sorts of emotions in time travel. Well, yeah, time travel like that was different game. This game is is always going to be hard to get that because it was lightning in a bottle strange, and it did. It was snowball down the hill and get bigger and bigger and bigger. I don't think it's fair to compare node one of two to that because you don't know what. You're gonna get, but I do think that they benefit from three months from now in another one drops another to have dropped. If they are excellent of man, you really do need to pick this up. All right. I'll go by, you know what I mean? Like they're still getting talked about in a way that other games don't games do that in a certain way. Yeah, I do wish to your point Kayla and I'm not briefed right now life finish to that. It was more strict release date schedule. I did like that about Walking Dead season final season. Whether like finally like here are the dates. We are hitting these dates when you can expect these episodes sucks, and we only got two of them before everything went to hell, but it's more of those people lost their jobs. I'm a double back him. Yes. At the end. I wanna see any questions I wanna hit that I missed. No. Now we're gonna stop. That's it. That's a show. LA's gentlemen, it's time squad up this one of you writing the kinda funny dot com. KF GD give me your name using any platform choice in why you need help in video game. I read here the best friends come and find you and everybody has a good time playing them games. God of steel needs help on steam got us steel steam name God of steel. You'll see you'll notice he has a girl icon from the Witcher, hey, man, you wanna shoot some bullets and breaks them walls come to with me rainbow six siege, aka fun time. If you wanna have a fun time with God of steel hit of God of steel all one word in have a fun time on us. Wink, Tim. Yes. We ask people watching live on twitch dot TV, slash kind of funny games to go to kind of funny dot com. Slash you're wrong and tells what we screw up as we screw it up. What are we scripted load of says, Hong Kong dollar Hong Kong, k equals thirteen US sense. No. Mental Evans. Actually tomorrow says air, thank you. The phantom, oh, two eight says angry voice. You didn't talk about the Nintendo switch VR headset. It was announced. New to me is that breaking on the life dot com slash news. I can only see the antennas which is about to get its first VR style headset, but there's a catch Nintendo life dot com. I'll look into that. The Ascott in? Yeah, it's going with your mean confusion. It's from a British comedy show from BBC. Three. Toby says, the man is not. In fact, Murphy is our s a role, safe guy from Landon who made his own mockumentary about the hood. I coulda sworn, it was Eddie Murphy. He looks like Eddie Murphy not in raw, but like in one of those older things, I'm with you that I understand why you'd think that he. The cap GD guy says, just wanted update the world with the fact that Tim still verified on Instagram, Craig. New dates from Zaire asterisk and Obelix XL two's coming in November twenty. Ninth PS four, Xbox One switch. Yeah, this is a Canadian company has made a third party VR style headset for the council call the enemy from Nintendo life dot com. Call the NS glasses. This kid has been described as the world's first headset for switch, which is only partly true. But this one is the system at least sitting on the head and a similar fashion VR headsets currently on the market. So you slide your switching here and it just sits on your face, isn't Nintendo official? No, I mean, almost missing. It's third party. If features locking mechanism to keep your switch of course, and the final comes from Iraq regarding Friday show. 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Listener Stories: Vol. 33

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Listener Stories: Vol. 33

"Tweet did not start the audio be so funny Welcome to spooky season. It's Spooky Hooky Day in ktar spooky listeners episode Verse Day October. Yes for a second. I was like no it's not but when this comes up sending a it is nearby. It's nearby and Eva selective some spooky stories. I Love Spooky Yuki. I don't know where that came about. Donovan I I but I like it. Allie says it all the time. Yup Jobs Goes Buki Yuki into the Nice started thing that'll do it. It's questionable at best but happy DOC Tober. I hope everyone has a great halloween season. Do you have any plans Christie for Halloween. Oh do you have any plans on now do you. You do so per usual every October I spent every week. I'm going to a different scary haunted. Jump scare attraction. That is the opposite of my plan and I I have just purchased all of my tickets. I have purchased all allison's tickets so she can't say no. Oh and we're going front of the line as we usually do because I refused to wait because I'm an impatient person yes other than that. What am I doing. I'm going to go to a pumpkin patch at some point when where how maybe you'll fall festival he'll there. Maybe maybe we'll going farmer Bob. Because last year we were going to and then you went without me so well. We'll talk about this later. Okay Yeah. I don't know I I want to do some fall things. I don't WanNa do jump scare things. I WANNA do it. All I also am making apple cider tonight and that's fun. We'll get apple. CIDER love a good. Perhaps I also out of here. I'm going to have a little hot cocoa. Alison wants to a thirty one days of Halloween. Doubt we're going to do all thirty one but there's going to be some variety bridie watching a halloween movie every night. That's always good. Rj has requested the old Disney channel original movie. Don't look under the bed or monsters under the bed or don't I'm. I'm not sure I haven't heard of it but he said that. You scared the poop out of heaven. Were little so okay quite a mess. Uh I don't know we live in a neighborhood so we have a lot of kids that combine Halloween which is really fun and we guess what costumes are going to be the most popular and we just sit around and eat candy. Leeann have drinks and what do you think the most popular costumes going to be this year. It's always some version of spider man or princess sure it's it's you guys get more creative man. Come on just like kids what else I don't remember. I feel like I'm not. I feel like I'm not prepared. It's not technically tober yet that we have like four days so I need to really up my game. I've been sick for a couple of days. So Christine isn't totally here today. I'm a little bit away from here her somewhere else her clone. Alone is here very sick spook. You Ki Ki Yuki. If you WANNA get a real cost him going for Lewinsky. Everyone just like you're saying. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. I'm GonNa Grab Awesome Pretzel Worm Anyway so that's that we're GonNa do spooky things I guess and now we're going to reach boogie things to you. Yes if you are somehow have never listened to listeners upset before first of all. This is the first one you have the opportunity to watch on Youtube valid point so if you you are listening via audio right now you can also find subset on Youtube. If you WANNA watch us read these yes if you are a new timer and you're finding us on youtube you can also listen to this on spotify or you could do both where he could do. Both those download those who don't know what the listeners stories are we have people send in their own personal true crime paranormal stories and they send them to and that's why we drink gmail.com so you can too and then eva the angel in our life. She picks this month. She's as the Demon this little witch little Jack Leaner and she's a little eva lantern on she she hands selects them for us to read out loud in reaction real time with you. Isn't that Great Jon Bon so we haven't read these yet so this is my jump scare of them says the only jump scare will be doing. We're really cracking in in Halloween as we speak so all right so this is from Jessica just goes title is our her subject line on the scariest most creepy thanks to ever happen to me per request. Apparently I requested this which all the subject seemed to say when Christine requested which has been happening recently. Salihi and I don't ever remember requesting these things when we first started it seemed to just kind of be a hodgepodge say mess but yeah either way there used to be a random assortment of stories but as time has gone on Christine historic requesting themes recall this. I think it was me this time because last episode assode we were saying. You keep asking for all these requests. Why don't we just get like the scariest fucking thing it's happened all say as requested by Christine per. I'm Christine because I said it and requested scary because something happened where I mentioned it in the Nice said since it's your thing you have to put it out there and then you copied see oh so this is all all your idea. I orchestrated but they're listening to the US the mass all right. I'll let you have at this time so anyway. I've already discovered our theme. This month is the scariest this thing that has happened to these people that listen to our show. That's probably a good Halloween theme. I would say I think so happy Halloween to on okay so Jessica says Hello Hello as requested. I'm here to tell you about the scariest. Most creepy thing ever happened to me perfect. I'll jump right into it as you should Jessica. You've talked about this topic right before and I've been waiting for my opportunity to tell you my story but never thought I would get the chance well Jessica here. We are here goes. She's like I regret it. She actually I don't want this this anymore. Please take it away from me. Let me get my Beverage Co.. Tell the audience what you're drinking Christie event peach green tea with muddled strawberries strawberries and ports cherry juice because it wasn't sweet enough for my liking. I'm going to tell you about two of the most horrendous experiences with sleep paralysis I've ever had right. Nobody ask for horrendous. I can confidently say that manifested it privately. I'm caught onto that note. These are non chronological order. I saved the more scary one for less. Oh boy thank you for that. Thanks the I I will tell you about is when I like to call the rake MHM which is extra creepy to me because I don't even I can't even make up a context for it. Just sounds like something that shouldn't be scary which is probably why it's so scary. I have no idea where this is going. I usually something called like the shadow man. It's like okay the Lewis who crawled up my stomach and scratch my eyes out. Oh this is going with the break. I'm like okay. I like two dozen scary by the rake due to the creatures striking resemblance the creepy pasta known as the rake so we're just not internet-literate got it got it out by the way the rate something. I will look into for future notice because I wanNA feel hip. I've been with especially since we're doing this for the youths look. I'm wearing a young nineties richer earning fully. You don't know what that is teens. They don't know who Cynthia think. No nineties cool again. Remember Okay Teens. Go back and ask your mom and dad what the rugrats where and then they'll tell you what this means won't. Let's see Oh Oh the rake okay. We're good going strong. I'll attach a photo up the creep factor so you have a mental image of what it is. I saw prefer not super-duper Uber. I was lying in bed on my back with my head. Turn facing the wall. I looked to the corner of my room and saw creature crouched. They're good. I wanted to scream but no sound down came out. I always hate those fucking. The creature was murmuring in a garbled phlegm filled voice. God the kind of voice one gets when they desperately burleigh needed to clear their throat another thing. I hate sickening. Let's all clear sounds like you. I feel paranoid about it looked like it was holding its hands up to its mouth but I wasn't sure as it had its back towards me. The creature stopped lifted a Ted. It turned its head slowly to face me but it wasn't a fluid movement. The motion was choppy like the movement of the Silent Hill nurses or a poorly Horley buffering video who's sick like this one finally at face me and licked its lips with long forked tongue. Oh after this yes the creature turned the rest of its body to face me the sounds of wet crackling as it moved filled my ears and moved closer and in closer to my bed until it was close enough that I could see moisture glistening off of it smooth body lick it locked. It's is onto mind for it. Felt like ours. I could feel hostility radiating off the creature. It didn't want me to be alive but then in an instant it was gone. I could move again and that's apparently fucking what what just happened. That's the worst thing so uncomfortable we ever gotten no emotional closure staples. Is there a photo hang on a second. One apparently is worse. Let's remember that Yeah Okay and the second one I'll tell you about was my first ever experienced sleep paralysis which happened about four years ago. I was lying on my back with my head facing sideways toward my wall side note. I never sleep on my back any more washer these two experiences. I don't even want my back. I always wake up on my back which is like scary to me because I'm like I can't even control like I fall asleep on my side and then I always wake up on like if if you're unconscious like if you're bound to just end up on your back there's no stop that thing that you do when people are drunk and you you put backpack on them so they don't follow. Oh yeah okay. I'm just going to start. Sleeping are back looking like I'm going to school. looking like we're so excited for. I facing sideways toward a tall emaciated. Pale almost grey figure walked up to me and correct. It was holding something and smiled at me. A Greenwich Will Never Forget it lifted its hand with something in it and quickly lowered smashing into my face such a punching you it was then that I realized it was some sort of meat that was holding. Oh my God so it's punching you with meet descend ghosting eat meat. I mean as I say it sounds like a dream double fist in stake in punching people. Yes sounds like me to this day. I do not dare ear questioned the origins of the meat why would you it's smile grew impossibly wide it copped. It's head to the side lifted one finger and gestured with come here motion. I wanted to bolt. I wanted to scream. I wanted to do anything but lie there paralyzed the creature again lifted its meat filled hand in slammed rammed into my face. Oh good this time as the meat whizzed out of my field of vision. The creature was gone and I could move. I've had many experiences Sisli process. These were just the scariest. I hope you enjoyed these stories. I love the podcast keeps me going through my days of a boring job much love Jess. ps I have of another story. You don't have to include if I but if I were to very let's be honest if I were to ever be given the honour of being in a listener episode as You are ordinance regretfully to all of us it did scare me enough and I swear took years off my life well. Let's up my my fiance at the time now my tax okay sorry about that or congratulations told me the story of a Pail Lady. Why would well no. I wonder what now I don't know. I don't WanNa whether your ex I guess is the purolator your ex allegedly once you hear the story of her well for Shimon out onto you until you pass the curse onto someone else by telling them you little demon just we we started out. Who did this. Eva Eva Eva Eva got the story our inbox and said well now you guys need. I've said it wants said it a thousand times a year fucking fired. This is awful. This is really terrible trying to pass it on to us so she has not the curse yeah. I know that's what I'm saying. Okay everyone watching this or listening to go to text your friend about this immediately so none of us we're making. We're putting the curse on you by pipe proxy. Yes okay so here's the here's the story good luck she will knock on your walls okay and do a manner of unspeakable things. I don't know what that means immediately after telling me the story oh I'm sorry did I fought this allegedly story. She will haunt you until you pass secures onto someone else by telling them she will not your walls new manner of unspeakable things well immediately after telling me the story. I went to my room and I- Shit you not I heard a knocking sound down on the other side of my wall. I was immediately nauseated and my heart acted like I was doing some intense cardio. I thought this is it. This is how I died is just unlike intense cardio radio while it's really traumatic. If I see a ghost I don't care if I'm seeing the most cardio I mustered up all the courage. I had to leave the room. It was then upon entering the living room room. I found my brother tapping his hand on the wall. Oh and I could have killed him so yeah. I M ready Killington. I thought for sure it was the PALIN coming to take my life. I laughed now but in the moment I thought I was a goner anyways. Thanks again for reading and thank you so much for an awesome. podcast and attached are pictures of the rake. Okay show me the things. She saw in the bedroom okay. They looks like skeleton up one. Oh I know it looks like a sitting on your bed. Oh go green screen. Oh that's true I can put it in the EIB. Afford me the curse for those of you who can't see because you're listening to just the audio looks like a like like a alien kind of like a skeleton alien mixed together sitting on a bed staring at you with black holes fries benefit grins. I think we're all going to expire on the spot absolutely my Brian just going to melt into a bottle correct so thank you kind of just just what the F. also. Please members also get out of our lives and so good luck with your life. Uh Okay so I have one here. This is from Kim. Christine requested scary. Thank you Kim Hello Christine even Furry Friends Christine request request to hear about the scariest things that have happened so last week or last month I requested I forget but at one point of view cowboy goes then mirrors I also requested d'appel gainers and now I'm just like I have no control over myself. Apparently no and we all know it and we all like to expect great to hear about the scariest things that have happened to listeners and this is my poop your pants tail while I can't wait. That Disney can't wait to test. That out is this. Rj this is actually from Kim. Thank you him she her okay. This is a long story so let's crack into it. My husband and I rented a Lake House for a week on Devil's Lake Well. That's your first mistake. Don't go anywhere with the word devil in it and then be surprised something happens. We told you not to do that. We would've told you to do it and then email. Maybe you're just falling star new US better than we know ourselves beating the punch point right outside of Lincoln City Oregon. It was super cute and cheap so it was perfect we'd been there are a few days with no incidents. Nothing even felt off on the fourth day. My husband and I decided to leave our dog clancy there so that we could drive thirty minutes away to have dinner so leave. Your dog somewhere in a town called devil. Whatever for for half an hour okay devils town scenes Satan's home. We were gone a couple of hours and when we got back clancy was going nuts. Much like Geo is right now so sorry about that. He's like why am. I pooping my pants like something terrible happening devil. This is become devil's Lake Okay. I just figured he had to go potty or something so I took him outside while my husband James went inside clancy ran along the back windows and was hopping up and down to check on James. Oh we finally went back inside and he was still going crazy. His was has raised. He was whining and we had no idea why about twenty minutes later. He's still not calm but he's sitting with me on the couch. At least I asked James to permit or check. All of that's fancy work permit perimeter chuckling. We're security guards like MD perimeter check and I'm like cracks the door openness. We're solid the perimeter. It's clear because I don't want to be murdered. What a novel idea. Who would james go outside goes out the side door in the kitchen and as he's shutting it. I see movement above it which isn't possible people because there are high vaulted ceilings so I dismissed it second mistake now before I go any further. Let me describe the house. When you walk in the front door. You're in the living room kitchen and dining room pretty much all all just big one one big room open concept. HD HDTV calls it a spacious ooh. ooh Cozy Open concept between the living room and kitchen is a little hallway. The door on the left goes to the kid room. Bunk beds toys etc.. The door in front of you is a bathroom and the door on the right is the bedroom that we sleep in. We kept all the doors close when we weren't using them so now James. This is back from the perimeter. Check clancy and I are sitting on the sectional couch together. He's facing the hallway staring at the left side door where the kids room is. I don't like that and he has whining leaning so hard. I asked James to look in the kid room because clancy has an obvious issue with it. Do another perimeter check yeah just check the kid room as suit and then don't come back as as soon as James even starts walking toward the door clancy as off the couch and at his heels James opens the door and peeks inside he immediately screams clancy starts parts running backwards and James Slams the door shut. He tells me that when he looked inside the room he could see a dark figure in a crouching position on the bottom bunk bed. He said it felt really dark. Can Heavy in there as he's telling me about this crash on the table we both look over there and watch as each dining chair gets shoved into the table then each of the vertical blinds start swing wing than this hanging chair that was bolted to the ceiling starts swaying back and forth then a lamp that was right in front of turns off in the pull chain lifts up. Oh Dear God Tehran at this point. I'm sobbing into its. I'm nervous laughing. I'm like what do I do. I don't know how to turn back from this. What do you do except just drop. Dead apparently made this request not me because I regret it. I hate this. It's eleven pm both tired but I am not saying in this House and James. Finally agrees to leave. Can you believe he wanted to say no. The problem is we still have to clean it and pack our stuff before we can leave. James starts you don't actually abandoned at all cost ostiense very false or James clancy right. He wants to stay in perimeter. Check it James Stars packing. I start cleaning. I was doing the dishes dishes and put a coffee pot in the district owner. It was all the way upside down and the strain or had barriers on the side. I watched the Coffee Pot roll out of the district or and onto the counter until it was upright and spinning good next. I had to get our stuff out of the bathroom in order to get their head to walk by the room. I hear slowly knock. Knock knock go you don't we we pass that curse on real quick to Kim lady eventually time travelled fuck this. We are out. We didn't clean everything and I'm sure we left stuff behind but I couldn't be in that house for another second second. We had to drive over an hour back to our house took thirty minutes after driving away for clancy to stop staring out of the rear window and for me to stop shaking. I did some research on Devil's Lake when we we got home. Should the Don Don could've would I guess apparently the lake was known to take souls for itself. Was it at Devil's Lake. It was okay so people start start sacrificing souls instead cocoa. It's literally was color me. Shah and then a shrug Emoji well. That's a story of the worst night of my life side note when we got home and I let clancy out to go potty. He was attacked by a raccoon. Oh and ended up catching goddamn. brainless ended up at the hospital with stitches poor baby worst night ever anyway. Thanks for making me laugh while I'm scared shitless. Y'All during the Lord's work. We're dosing you. Did the devils where I'm going there anymore. Kim Thank you Kim. Thank you for telling you about got a place I now. She ended it with a wink face really wink back at you really good one pissed we are. I'm like we did this. Fuck you Kim. We've done all of this red alert. 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I'm new to your podcast and love at one of my coworkers has asked me to send in one of my story so here it is I grew up being sensitive sensitive people in places experiencing everything from shadow people visits from spirits when I'm sleeping and even knowing stuff that will happen before it does sometimes even death. Oh no does what what an elevator pitch because I'm sucked in does says that should be the podcast trademark. I'm from Rhode Island but now I live in Ohio. Hey Oh h and before we moved out out of state affront asked if I wanted to check out a few roads that are part of the bridgewater. They're trying okay. I like don't go topical. If you don't know what we're talking about what we just covered the bridge tranquilize ago worker asked them to send within our see see that's connecting in. Maybe so of course I said yes. We didn't oh Jesus. Oh sorry we didn't tell anyone where we're going and headed off on a little adventure little adventure after it had snowed the night before just a dusting you know and you could still see it on the sides of the road okay. CNC Snow going around got it. We made our way down a dirt road that is sandwiched between nothing but treason to this day still have no clue how he found it. We kept driving down the road for quite a bit and then I heard a voice in my ear. Say Stop and then turn around to. I told my a friend would I heard and she agreed that we should head back home as my gut is wrong. She was like that was me. I was telling you stop the car because I don't like it here and he wasn't. If you have a friend who's who's gut feeling as always no matter what the request is just lesson. Where do I find a friend like that either. I pulled my car to the side of the road right so I could turn around and once I put my car in reverse one of my tire spun and I realized we were stuck. Oh well we both got out examined. The car and I tried several times to get US free but no luck doc. Nothing was working around this start seeing shadows and the trees across the street and I heard another voice that said bad things you need to leave. You've now bad things. Oh God we searched my car for anything we could put under the tire to provide us with traction but no luck God out of frustration over the situation and the pit in the snow my stomach due to the shadows. I said out loud GRANDPA. If you can hear me I really need help and a half to get out of here now. We decided to do one last walk around the car before hiking out of here and right next to my stuck tire was fucking pile of rock salt in a neat little mound no just totally manifested samp's needless to say we used it got the car free and took off as fast as we could. The whole time I was driving. I could see things moving with us in the trees and voice kept saying don't look back back holy crap just when I thought we were safe and it was all over a truck came out of nowhere was heading right at us and when move a yanked my car towards the side but kept moving while it's sped past us almost hitting US I was super pest and went to look back at the truck for a plate but there was no truck insight what which I did cover for in the bridgewater triangle. A lot of people say there's a phantom trucks right so we'll try to run off the road and then when you turn back it's not there that's scary because it does run them off the road that's scary okay. I've had plenty other experiences and we'll be happy to share more another time. I look forward to the next show. Does yikes do dow ones. Why you'll see it really really is like right based on your story? You told me that one's creepy dude thank you does. I also schoff my Halloween so I saw those someone gave them to who wasn't Salt Lake. Look at those just found them in. My purse oops my goodness math. I don't know all right. Hold on Zipper me to tip break okay so this is from Noah and it's called the scariest thing that's ever happened to me as requested by Christine great local. You're causing look what you've done hysteria. I'M GONNA love the first line. Hello everyone including lemon. My name is Noah. Noah and I've loved the show for a very long time. I was listening to the timber listener episode where Christine asked for stories about the scariest things that ever happened to us. I know it was probably a joke. Doc Was Not Herald. A hilarious joke is Leah Dyer request and we were the punch line. I know it was a joke but it actually reminded and me of something. Great have had a lot of paranormal experiences but surprisingly the scariest thing is closer to true crime may finally I think it's because after experiencing a few paranormal things I've been sort of desensitized to it or at the very least I've gotten less scared of it. Maybe I'll send one of those out some day but they're kind of short. That's okay too anyways onto the actual story by the way I know the last couple of weeks ago and we recorded you left and I was home alone was whistling remember outside my house and then someone and tweeted at me for someone who grew up next to a graveyard. You're awfully scared or something like that and I was like I met WHO said that to my best friend talking to the cameras are looking out there and then I was like I'm way more scared of alive people. Linda has been made clear in the show and they were like like hey. I live people have gotten to Shay and I was like dude. Dead People like growing up next secretary does not faze me but person a man in my yard. Whistling is a different story so just putting it out there. I'm more scaredy cat of real people than dead people okay anyways. This only happened two years ago. My pronouns are he him but I liked toured dragon public nothing to say I love you. I know this is already great. Continue this nothing too big mostly just long wigs and cute skirts or dresses that's right. I bet you look banging home. It God you already way better than I do on like my best day. Oh God I was at the Mall and a very nice outfit and had gotten a few compliments already stopped in the store to browse the clearance rack. When an older woman maybe mid fifties to sixties approached me she also look through the clothing for a while before turning to me and complimenting my skirt? I said thank you and went back to minding my business. After all that was the end of our social interaction in or would be if we were to normal strangers in public great. I don't like what that implies me neither but instead she cut making small talk with me. Oh I hate this. There's like someone who hates yes. I'm already like I'm panicked. I'm thinking about in a paranormal. I have to mention Zaidi to carry on this was true crime so so. I don't know where you're getting paranormal from. I'm just assuming that this woman does not exist and as I mean they literally said I. This is true crime. I don't care might send a paranormal. Someday could be another another joke. Okay data. She kept making small talk with me and I returned it mostly. It was just her asking about my outfit and wig and makeup. Eventually she started picking out L. Things and holding them up to me and insist I would look good in them and that I should try them on. I continued to comply thinking she was just being friendly and or helpful then she grabbed my wrist and dragged me to the front counter. She threw the clothes she'd picked up on the counter and asks the cashier to figure out what the discounted price of the items would be. The woman was rather rude the whole time. I'm an often tried to correct the cashier. She even made her pull out a calculator at one point to make sure she was doing it right. I kept shooting looks at the cashier hoping she would see how uncomfortable and sorry sorry I was. I felt too awkward to just up and walk away part of me thought maybe she was just a kind but misguided older lady who wanted to do something nice all of a sudden she scooped up all the clothes she had thrown thrown down in one hand and grabbed my shoulders with the other well. My daughter and I aren't buying anything until we try them on. Oh No okay. She just called you her daughter. I first of all YEP. There's we listen. If you're listening to us. Tell your story we hear the love the multiple levels of how wrong that is but we digress the carry-on okay that editor I had been low-key panicking before but now I was on the verge of full blown breakdown. The woman's steered me and the cashier pacheer towards the dressing rooms where the cashier ask for my name to put on the door. This freaked me out even more because now this woman knew where I was a tiny room with only one entrance and exit in my name name. I figured I could wait it out. Pretend to put on the clothes and wait until she walked away to get out but she just kept waiting. After a few minutes she started knocking on the door and calling out my name asking me to show her the outfit outfit she'd picked out. Oh my God. This is just it's creepy. I was freaking out and I didn't know what to do. Besides comply with her request this went on for maybe twenty minutes before I saw her feet walking away from under the door run. I quickly gathered my things and bolted out of the dressing room and found the cashier who had taken back there. I explained the woman didn't know me at all and I was only agreeing with her out of fear thankfully the cashier ushered me into their break room until all the employees the situation apparently the woman had been in the store for a while before I had shown up not not really talking to anyone but sort of stalking around other customers. Oh God I have chills already the cashier had gotten weird vibes from watching interact and the looks I had been giving her really tipped her off off. I spent nearly an hour in the break room before we got the all-clear. According to other employees the older woman wandered around the store calling out my name and asking the employees if they had seen her daughter so she had briefly left only come back with a much bigger stronger looking man dear God they had hung around for a long while before giving up and leaving when the coast was finally clear. I made a quick purchase. You're still shopping but this was a really important by listen. This was on clearance won't get this warrants. Treat yourself yourself. I mean truly they should give it to you for free to be. I made a quick purchase think the employees for looking after me and all but ran down to my car and went home. Sex trafficking is a huge problem in my state. We actually have the second highest rate in the entire nation. I was on. I know I'm like feeling I was nearly twenty when this happened but due to my height and perpetual petrol baby face. I look like I'm a young high schooler. I have no doubt that if I hadn't spoken upper fought back could have ended up as just a part of that statistic. Wow it also really freaked me out to think that the only only reason she targeted me was because my outfit and the fact that maybe she kept suggesting outfits to me so if she had succeeded in taking me she could make me wear something less recognizable off off wow anyway sorry along this email turnout being thank you eva for reading through it and if this ends up being read by Christine thank you for taking the time to read it and very excited to hear more Spooky Spooky Stories Spooky indeed rookie holy crap you from you lovely and I'm so excited for the October listener episode fingers crossed something good for Halloween season thank you. I'll again have a great day. I'm Noah thank you sorry. I'm just saying sometimes the real people are much scarier than dead people. Sometimes I mean that stuff is no joke and be careful airflow. That's harder to run from. You know okay okay. Thank you thank you. You're safe me to all right. This is our last. You have another one after this. You have another one okay so this is from page and pages title L. or subject line is can the ghost trick or treating with us. No firm pass on my house not my house so page. Age says how Christine Gio juniper and I'm sorry lemon. Thank you for the apology. In advance. I started listening from episode one in October of two thousand eighteen and I'm now just caught up. So what a better time to leave a low spooky Halloween listeners one. You're listening bursary. Hey I started list. Oh no artists at that a few years ago ago. My youngest sister was maybe four five at the time of these incidents began quietly talking to herself in her bedroom goodbye little sister. We're going to just stay goddamn little little girl talking to herself in her bedroom. Just burn the whole Damn House. It should be a movie burnt down that an wants to see and not me. Yep Yep I. My parents didn't think think it was anything abnormal as she was probably just having a vivid imagination during her playtime. No here's my gym helper. Look get the camera you you interpret however you want that but one day my sister was talking to herself in the bathroom. Oh Oh God oh location trained in my step. Mom started laughing and asked her. who were you talking to? That's poor somehow hilarious to which my sister replied seeing seeming annoyed. My friend just shifted off and burn the house down just from Antar story play. The mom asked what friend my sister rolls her eyes and pointed towards an empty corner and said her always a corner. My stepmom decided not to ask questions anymore and slowly back away she actually I added that part palm. Oh really yeah not ask questions anymore for quite a while as this understandably standardly creeped her out I'm probably been backed away now. Hi You're probably right a few weeks later. My Dad went to sit by my sister on the couch and she screamed at the top of her lungs with a look of horror on her face. When my dad asked what was wrong she said on my friend. Why are you sitting on your sitting on my friend. I mean I used to do that too. I feel like kids do that but let's see see where this goes. It all seemed very innocent at first whenever my parents and sister would leave to go someplace. Mr would be irritated that my friend couldn't go with her now when they look for costumes for Halloween my sweet baby sister begged for them to get her friend costume saying she needed something aware to. Oh that every kid and win a they went to leave for trick or treating. She asked her friend could go with them. She told my parents she would even split her candy with her friend. Oh Wow that should say that's when you're there is yeah my parents and told her that the little girl wasn't allowed to go anywhere with them outside of the House to which my sister applied but she's gone with us before before nothing's and that is when I just emancipate from the family. I've put everyone up for adoption myself up for adoption. I'm giving being myself away here. The imaginary friend Shenanigans continued for a while until one day. My sister hit under the kitchen table sobbing and screaming. She told my parents she's as creepy. She doesn't have a face. I don't like her anymore. Oh no she wasn't a little girl. She was never a little girl. Never must the imaginary little girl. That's always the Damn Devil. I'll tell you what God damnit a after this. There were no more imaginary friend incidents at least by the way they had a clean break. I feel like as a demon messier just like forgot to wear her face one day and it was like damn. I ruined it so me being the nosy person I am. I asked my sister. Do you ever see your imaginary friend anymore. What was she like and my sister only said. I don't want to talk about it. Oh I hope you enjoyed the spooky story. I have a few more involving how I was finally converted to a believer of the paranormal and a few more crime stories ascendant which I can't wait to share. I love your show. Even the whale sounds thank you. You and I hope to see you in Arkansas. Someday Best Spooky and crime related wishes page. Thank you page. Ooh Can she go trick or treating with us. The demon with Nova has has gone somewhere with us before which means the way the double can leave your house like if you've got demons are poltergeists. It's not contained to your home. It's usually attached to you so wherever you go. We're your five year old daughter or your five year old daughter. That's more likely Yikes okay and she didn't even ask your parents permission before she just like Oh. It was so ingrained in like. Oh infected infected in the family. She just came along to target all right. Is this the last one it sure is okay my Halloween go okay. This is for Morgan. Sorry thank you Morgan. Morgan subject is my Halloween. Ghost from a OUIJA board October listener story pirker scenes request Morgan a little lemon. It did not just say only lemon. No it doesn't okay. I just wanted to dramatic pods for you to react to worked. I love a good dramatic cards. Hello Lemon Juniper Funchal Christina neva Uncle Emily Komo Morgan got you back okay Morgan. My name is Morgan and boy. Do I have a listener story for you. I was listening to September's listeners. Story and Christine Asks for a Spooky Halloween in story and I think I have one that will satisfy that cup of tea drinking tea right now. We are love a good team. I want to give a little back story to this before I jump on it. I'm a senior in college in this happened during my freshman year in Twenty fifteen on Halloween night so it's been like four years going on five this upcoming October now that you know that let's jump on in Stuart Augier good storyteller. I like this. You really set in the senior us as most college kids. Do I decided to dress up for Halloween. Go FRAT party with my best friend at the time Ru. Let's it's Color Tina. Tina was dating a Frat boy in this particular fraternity and while we had a few drinks go team wine. I'm one thousand percent sure that I was competent enough to remember what happened. I believe you either to a few hours into the party. Tina pulled me up the stairs leading from the basement to the main floor where there were there was. Tina's boyfriend my boyfriend at the time I'm and two others that I didn't know. They told me to follow them upstairs. Since I trusted Tina and my ex Tristan I followed in the attic. There was a coffee table with a OUIJA board in the middle of it since I had a few drinks in me and since my university had a graveyard in the middle of it. I thought it'd be fun. Exclamation Point Morgan you'll ask mortgage your me and then you'll ask me you had me the whole time you had me and then yes threw me to the UN me with lemon tea wine okay and and we we did the whole thing with the Ouija Board and we interacted with a girl named Catherine. It is interesting to note that fifty eight years before this there was a murder on my college campus and the girl L. who died was named Catherine. I did not know this at the time that makes it more fun. I didn't find out about about this until later anyway. She told us she was nineteen. She was from the surrounding rounding area and that she was there to protect but when we asked her who or what she was protecting she only gave us the letters m. l. h. unknown at the time to everyone else but me my initials are L. H. A. Who I was like no way not possible and just brushed it off after the OUIJA board. I forgot about what would happen and moved on with my life until I got super sick a few weeks later. I was absolutely miserable. I couldn't eat. I couldn't even leave my bed to go to class. One night. I woke up to a girl hovering. Oh from checking my temperature adorable and you don't want anymore nine. I'm checking in and signing off. All of 'em has left the building leave behind. I remember she. I feel like that's so relevant in every single story yes I remember she was wearing a long skirt hurt striped shirt. Her hair was neatly pulled back and she was very nice when she realized I was awake. She calmly gave me my antibiotic with a glass of water and said Shh it's okay go back to sleep and I did. I just figured it was my roommate and I fell back asleep when I woke up. I realized I didn't have a room mate. What whatever ever medicine you're on. I want me to show my God talk about fever dream. I lived in a single person door but the lady made me feel calm and I wasn't afraid I figured I'd just dreamed it. It wasn't until I saw the plaque outside the student center that was placed there in her memory that I realized who it was. The dream I had was catherine checking my temperature taking taking care of me after that I did all the research on her. I could which I didn't find out much about her. I didn't see her again until a year later on Halloween but I will get to that. I always felt that she was around looking out for me. She would flicker the light outside my dorm room door when I was supposed to be studying that was ten times Andrew wired but no matter what it would always flicker when I was supposed to be doing something that wasn't I would see her silhouette dark corners while I was walking home at night from work or from party and things that I lost would mysteriously show up when I needed them. The next Halloween was when I saw her again. I already have chilled. I don't even know what's going to happen. I was getting ready for a party when I walked into my dorm hallway to run across the hall and see see if my friend had eyeliner but one we would have been pals but when I opened my here let me show you how to do it on my top and bottom line and and my ghost is here too but when I opened my door she was standing across the threshold of the door smiling at me. No when I blinked too is gone. I don't know why but I feel as though she's watching out for me and keeping me safe. I've seen her ghost every year following. I hope that I will see her this year as well so she now you don't even she doesn't even live on campus anymore and hoping that this relation. Oh my word how wonder why this why the person who wrote this in got selected acted Bhai Catherine of all people wonder I wonder if it was before the Ouija board that it was already happening or flake the Ouija Board connection you know oh I don't know interesting. I have seen her goes every year following. I hope I will see your this year as well. It's kind of reassuring knowing that she's there every year on Halloween. I go out to her grave and place a bouquet of flowers therefore it's precious. It's really sweet. It's definitely a you know coddling that relationships turn didn't lose face turn into so oh you're like hiding under the table screaming boy God could she come trick or treating so I didn't like that. It's my way of saying thank you to Catherine. It's my last year in college and I feel as though so this will be my last year with Catherine. Maybe she is attached to the campus. I hope you enjoyed the story. I'm sorry it's so long. It's not necessarily scary more of a happy ghost story happy Halloween Gene Morgan Morgan what a wine that was in the world while we went from like sleep demon to like and my friends friends goes by the way Guoli woke us up gas ready yet for what I don't know. I'm not sure I'm not sure either. Well we did it. We did it and you you did it. You experienced all of that all of you. I mean I'm trying to think of what I request should request. I requested d'appel gangs. I think a lot of people sent those in. Maybe we'll try to do that next month. Have we done get your story. No okay top gainers. I don't know Oh yeah. Let's do that okay he was like. Do we have to say so no actually you don't you can do whatever because by next month. I won't remember this conversation that we're exactly. She's GonNa think we brought up like dinosaurs or something so that's also a good one. What if you have one of those. You have a ghost dinosaur following year round. Please let us know a little fun. I guess other than that. If you think that you want to send in your our own personal stories you can send it to and that's why we drink had Djamil dot com preferably you right in the subject line so it's easier to find and I guess that's that's it really. It was like the champion of this type episode so we have heard of thank yeah anyway. Thanks for listening or watching happy Halloween. We have a couple of regular episode before Halloween so we're not fully there yet episode wise but when Hobart Happy Spooky Spooky my favorite month of the year Spooky Hooky Tis. The season is the season Eh. That's why we drink Lou. Try Making spookier.

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The Biggest Problem We See: Dont Rush Your Training | Ep: 46

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23:11 min | 1 year ago

The Biggest Problem We See: Dont Rush Your Training | Ep: 46

"We are back. This is podcast episode. Forty six and I want to do this one. Just kind of a follow up on a couple outlaw of we did a podcast not too long ago and it was regarding couple of guys who are struggling with getting birds to be retrieved shreve and so I did get some follow up on it and also a did a podcast. Not Too long ago about gun. Shy didn't we do do a gun show. It was this guy. Is I think so. We had a guy that we went back and forth on some some things that he was struggling with as far as getting his dog. conditioned gun gunfire positively in the right direction. So I WANNA give. I've gotten some updates. I WANNA give you some updates. So let's start out with gunfire one So he messaged me and he messes be back said now. This is Wednesday last Wednesday. Got At the message. I'm trying to look back and see when this thing started October tenth so it's only been eleven days and last week. Wednesday was the sixteenth. So six days and it's been another six days so one week okay and so his message back to me is so far. We've been able to step up to a twenty gauge at fifteen yards with their steady by my side. She's hard-nosed focused on that dummy with no reaction to the shot lots of progress exclamation point so so. This is the one that we're talking about. Prior to this they were using twenty two blank which to me. Twenty two blank has a little more crack. It's a little bit audibly. It's a little bit more of a of a snapping sound. I'm not a real big fan on it. I do use. There's little starter pistol with twenty two blanks. I use two different styles once called Acorn Cap. which is really muffled? That's a a great way to start him out. I like prior to me using that I used to use a four ten. I think the four ten shotgun is a little bit less crack than twenty two. I always started at great distances This was the this was the conversation that we had where he was using the the the gunfire the twenty two blank at his side and he was muffling it which is good but he was the source of the noise and he was firing at the second the dog or just just prior to the dog getting into the retrieve and I wreck. I cautioned the idea first off. I don't think you should be the source. I think that is your duct trusts you and wants to be by you and you should be Iraq for your dog especially when it's in situations it become a little hairy. I don't want to be the source of the issue. And so I I don't WanNa be the Guy Shooting The gun and certainly don't want to surprise the dog as it's about to get to a dummy in his response to me was that there's a local gun dog trainer that that's how they do it every time and so. That's why I've been doing it that way. I said Hey man different people in different ways and some find success in some don't and I'm not I'm not GonNa say this is the only way to do. It's just the way I do it so I recommended him getting some help getting someone to do it at a distance so it sounds like he's got he's worked as we're close enough to be fifteen yards away with a twenty gauge shotgun and the dog is sitting by side now. I like to. I like to connect that gunfire with with the flight of the bird. I like to pitch the dummy and have the shot ring out at that point because I go. That's more realistic. The dog has got to focus on on some theme. The gunfire comes. I'm right next to him and I've got my leash on them so they can't run can't bolt there. I feel like dogs when I put a lead on a dog. I think it's is almost like a a blanket. I think it's like a little kid having that little safety piece so it sounds like he's finding a lot of progress in shifting fifteen his technique which is excellent. So I haven't responded back to make a response back to them here today later today but I think my thought with it is as I was to caution pace. You know it's been now it's been a week So it's been two weeks since the first issue. It's been a week since we talked. I think you have to be cautious at your pace you. Just you just can't rush things with these dogs and I think it's it's it's an. It's foolish for us to think we overnight success. I think not eased into it. Sometimes because sometimes things just get lucky and sometimes we get lucky and things happen and we go. It's fixed and I think it's really easy to go back in realize that as you go down the road it's not fixed. It might happen to the stars lined that day. Things went well and now your problem is back and that can be real frustrating trading. Because it's an emotional roller coaster of struggle. We struggled. You probably struggled again. You probably struggled again. Then you reached out then you tried something then it worked you got real high on that and now it's back to not working and you're going in now you're maybe lower than you were before so not seeing. That's what's happening here but I think you got. I'm cautioning Washington the idea of be patient and and so I'm GonNa go to the next one where the guy was. Struggle used dog to retrieve a bird and he had gone through a lot whole condition processes however he had never done with bird and so the dog never picked up the bird and struggled on news on the hunt. God I see my my nutshell answer was you went from eight Z and you need to go from A. TO B. and B. Two C. C. D. and eventually get Z.. And the bird was missing in that that process the the use of feathered bird cold game fresh killed game warm warm bird. You know those types of things were were not part of the training process and ultimately when you go to the very end. It doesn't connect all the dots show. It was less than a week later her that I got a message back that he had done all that and then he went out in the marshes. Shot a bird. The dog went out and did pick it up and so I'm not surprised. Surprised at that one bit because because he did it once or twice or maybe four times in training in a row. That's not very much and so. Oh the amount. I think what we're feeling sometimes is pressure based on the calendar as trainers. I think we look at it and we go. It's DOC Tober twenty-first the flight is here. They're migrating woodcock here. We have to go hunt this dog because they're only going to be here for two weeks Mike. My thing is if you're not prepared for it. It doesn't matter if it's October twenty first or June third. If you're not ready you're not ready and so because the calendar is dictating some of our progress. It's GonNa create major issues if you allow it so so I don't care if it's October November December and it's hunting season in you. Feel that because you have a dog. That's two years older year or eight months old or whatever age age doesn't matter because it's falling in this window of the leaves are falling down. The wind is getting cool. It smells like fall. It looks like fall. INSTAGRAM DEGROM is blowing up with pictures of guys with tracking with the found a deer. Last night they shot a limited woodcock. They picked up a wood duck. Whatever whatever it is because that's the time of year you you have to go out and do it with your dog if you are not prepared for it you better not do it you just and it's no shame on you? I'm not saying you've made a mistake. I'm saying you didn't prepare properly and that happens but because you didn't prepare properly doesn't mean you can speed speed train for a week and have a fix now. This guy's making nice progress with his with his dog on the unfair the other the other example talking vote went out back into the marsh. And I'm not saying don't bring the dog on the hunt. Don't send the dog on retrieve I would not send the dog on retrieve we're trying Ram our head through hole. We're trying to take a square peg shoved into a round hole and you can't have it fixed in four days this or we just want need to prepare for any training. We could just wait till the week before the season starts. I mean I have not hunted this year. Yet it's October. Twenty first and hunting for a show called North American until I haven't been in a tree stand. Why is that for lots of different reasons? One of the primary reason is because I got got a new bowl this year. I have not shot at enough to be confident to go out and stand. I'm starting this week. I started last week. I'll we'll do this week and I'll do it next week. And by the end of that three weeks I feel like I'll be confident of it's not like I'm learning how to shoot a bowl. It's I'm just getting used to this. One risking comfortable may anchor point meeting confident with the flight of the Euro. I shot it in within fifteen minutes I was grouping. I was grouping in the size of uh not a fifty cent piece but to twice the size of fifty cent piece. I was group in three arrows at twenty yards consistently every time Eh that is a lot different than getting into standing shooting a deer. So it's not like I can't shoot it but I realize I'm not ready to go shoot that that bowl at a deer ear. 'cause I've only shot it fifteen or twenty times. They've all been good but I'm not ready to go hunting yet because I don't feel that confident president with my anchor. I don't feel that confident with exactly the way it's GonNa feel when this when my nose touch the tip of string and where my anchor is right now. It's just a little bit different than what I'm used to From last year's bowl where anchor to my cheek and the draw back on it is super smooth but it smoother than last year's bowl so I got the where I where I hit that wall with it and it lets off. I gotTa do it a little bit more so I don't over pull it and all of a sudden putting make a noise when I joined back. I got a lot of work to do before. I feel confident in the woods. But it's October twenty first. I got hunt hunt. It's hunting season. I should have been hunting. Some mentality will say go no matter what if you're not prepared don't go I. What who cares who cares? If it's October twenty. I don't much hunting season. I got left plenty. And so the idea of you because the it's a certain point in the calendar or the week your vacation schedule dictates where your dog should be in training. Not only not if you haven't gotten on there and so you can't prepare just because it's October twenty first doesn't mean I should pick up a bowl shoot at three times and go sit in the woods. 'cause it's hunting season. It also means that if I've got a hole in my training it doesn't mean I go hunt because the whole is there the the the whole is going to need to be filled before you're able to put everything together there in the field and the problem with that the the the issue they can come up is when you're out in the field hunting and those holes are there. There's no typically no way for you to say everybody stop we'RE GONNA turn this into a training exercise because there's just too many other things going on in even if you're by yourself you don't control the birds you don't control. Fat Bird got crippled. You don't control. If that bird sailed you don't control that drops rob stone dead. You don't control. It's Super Windy and blows the bird out. You don't control the so many things you don't have control of so going into the field is transitioning listening from your training and your training needs to be one hundred percent controlled in you. Maintain that control from the start. So I I want I want you guys. I WanNa say this because I want everyone to take a deep breath with me and I want everyone to relax a little bit because just because it's middle of October doesn't mean you're missing out on anything with your dog if the dog's not prepared don't go prepare for in you know what even better maybe take the pressure off completely go next year at this time we are going to be clicking on all eight cylinders next. I year you're GonNa make me wait a year. Yeah yeah two and a half years. Old surprise she'll be three in December so she's more than two half. I get these little six month outside. You know when she turned two and a half in the summer and I say she's two and a half she's nearly three nearly three years old at least turned four in September so at least for both of them are having their first real true. What I consider a real true hunting season Sprays transitioned into beautifully. Elliot's hunted with me a year prior just I considered it transition. We didn't really really truly hunter To the degree that I am this year this year I trust her. I really trust her in a lot of respects but she also picked up her first jank Canadian geese last week. And we'RE GONNA show a post on that because she struggled posted in our facebook. I'm going to do a thought about it. I'M GONNA have. I got wonderboy Ben. I'm going to have edited up for me We shot a double so we start out with a single. Let's do a double. That's because it was the hunt and we didn't control it so it was double trust me. This is the first time she picked up a dubliner life. It was however the first time she picked up a double in the wild. It was however the first time she picked up a goose that was alive even ran away from her in the hell out of her when she tried picking it up fodder so all of that stuff was uncontrolled but we she's four years is old and I've done a lot of stuff with their leader up to it and prepare as best. I could and I still could prepare for everything but we had enough that she got through it. But I want to show it to you because I'm GonNa have been edited up for me and I'm GonNa give you the instagram version. which is really pretty? Nice lines hunted. Used your nose to seek it out. Handled a little bit picks up the bird brought it back to me. Held it delivered at one was bigger than her own was a little bit smaller than her. I mean they were big birds so we shot a double will. She made too nice retrieves. I'm GONNA show you that and I'm GonNa show you what really happened because she came off of that wounded three times because she just couldn't get it up the gumption to pick up a bird that wanted to fight her and she was afraid to and I had to send her back so I used to go back to man. She went back to it and she struggled in the wing was nearly fallen off the burden. Broken wing and there's other than that. The bird wasn't hurt written at-bat so she put up a pretty big struggle to figure out how the helmet pick this thing up and get it back to dad and she quit on me a couple times and I sent her back and she did it again. She did it against interested again and finally she struggled and then she picked up. It was so big she could barely get through the corn stalks talking about a forty four pound dog Rajiv twenty two pound bird you you you go pick up something fifty percent weight with your mouth and carry it through a slashing of of woods that are cut cut off the size of the six feet tall and bring it back in your mouth man. We ask a lot of these dogs and we don't realize how difficult some of the stuff is. But I could show it to you make it look like it was easy peasy no problem my dogs the best or I'll show it to you like we trained our asses off off for a couple of years. We expect something for the first time and she struggled with a bit but through my encouragement in my faith in her and her willingness to say dad. I'll do it when you asked me to do it. I'm going to do it. She got through it. I showed you both ways but I also think the last thing I need to do with the dog that struggling to pick up a goose's take him goose hunting. Santa Monica Goose sent him after retriever. Goose can't do it. They're not ready and I don't care how old older and okay what the data's so little spry turning three years old is really coming into her heroin as an upland dog. Oh my God I had so many good memories that I'll never forget with her working by yourself this last weekend. Getting Birdie working into an area under control flash I shoot. I miss lots of that. We connected once in a while. She made retrieves when when the time was right but she's three and last year she wouldn't have been ready to do right so we didn't do it last year. She was two year before that she was one of the guys are hunting dogs eight months because their neighbor did. And I'm not saying you can't do it if your dogs prepared for it. Go for it but I think what you're gonNA find is. I'm going to get messages from the people with eight-month-old olds the ten month olds the twelve months old twelve month olds that are have initially because it was October twenty first and they had to go hunting and their dog wasn't ready for so be patient. There is no rush to do anything with them. You're it particularly early. Few training your dog yourself which most of you are listening to. This are training your dog yourself. You're not you're listening to this. PODCAST training a dog. And then sending it off because you should be listening to that person because that person should be training you as much as they do your dog so unless you're one of our own over friends that were training the dog for. You're probably not so so you need to. You need to embrace it no differently than I do and with an understanding of. We're going to get the stuff done that we need to get done before. We put them in a position to get into trouble. And if you do I think you're gonNA find yourself really really finding a lot of success in the end and and it's a lot more fun and it's a lot less frustrating and you'll send the last question so maybe I don't WanNa do that because then one last questions but I'm sure we're going to get enough questions no matter what but I just I want people to understand and don't let the calendar dictate your progress. Your progress needs to dictate your progress and where it falls in the calendar. Just you work with that that we get you get your stuff done now and if next October twenty first you do. Oh you do it next October. Twenty first you're going to. You're going to be feeling really good about things instead of December you belts 'cause you oh man I'm a major issues and then January go. Oh man really major issues and then you go. It's February nice fishing and then it's march and I'm going to shed awning and then it's May a June July. We're going to the cabin and then all of a sudden September's GonNa roll around in your early goose season and you're going to go start working on that again because it's September just doesn't work that way. Unfortunately we can't we can't cram with dogs Dogs need to study the whole time. So that's it for now. I WanNa cautioned you guys don't let the calendar dictate your training. Don't let the calendar dictate your hunts it's all sequenced. It's all connected. It's all linked together in the calendar or the date or the time or the dog's birthday have zero influence in that to keep in mind that was episode forty six. Thank you guys for listening listening review US man. Do do the do the reviews if you would whatever whatever APP you're listening. I'm an apple guy so I use the apple ipod or podcast. There's lots of different APPs out there. our website is a way that you listen to it from our website but wherever wherever it is if you would be willing to rate it and give us a review and then if you're interested in any of the other stuff that we have out there our our other social social platforms are good good places to start. I think it's dog bone. Hunter dog one hundred is everything. It's youtube it's our facebook. It's Instagram if you would do me one favor I don't I try not to ask favors but if you do me one favor Share it with share. Share this or us with someone that you think might need help. Our goal is to help as many people as possible. I can only train dogs. I won't be able to train every dog I want to but I think I can help. A lot of people in these are tools that allow it and so if you would think into your Rolodex of folks that have dogs and are struggling and I don't care what they're struggling with. It doesn't hunted stuff. It could be taking the dog for a walk. I was a soccer game yesterday and I saw some really pathetic dog walking dogs on with harnesses and Bungee cords connected elected to him and they drag people down the road and struggled to watch it so it might be that person and that person did not look like they were hunter to me and that's okay but they're not going to get the most out of their dog so if you would share it with someone that might get some benefit out of some of some of our information some of our content follow along with some of our stuff it will also help create a bigger base for people to ask questions and that's kind of one of the ways we drive. This podcast is people giving us questions giving US feedback. In that

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Closing Bell Brief for Wednesday, January 22nd

WSJ Minute Briefing

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Closing Bell Brief for Wednesday, January 22nd

"What lies ahead for our planet find out on an extraordinary trip with the Wall Street Journal and National Geographic Expeditions Book now at Nat. GO EXPEDITIONS ADDITIONS DOT COM SLASH WSJ or call. Eight eight eight two. Oh five five. Six two one. This is the closing bell brief for Wednesday January twenty second. I'm Charlie Turner for the Wall Street Journal. An early rally faded and stocks ended little changed Wednesday. The Dow Jones Industrials fell nine points to twenty nine thousand one eighty six. The Nasdaq composite gained twelve. The S. and P.. Five hundred rose a fraction of a point. Following Tuesday's sell off market stabilized on news. The Chinese authorities were taking taking steps to contain a corona virus. Outbreak relieving investor fears about a threat to global economic growth to United Nations officials called for further investigation into or the alleged hacking of Washington Post owner. Jeff Bezos has phone. The two thousand eighteen hacking has been tied to a WHATSAPP account associated with Saudi crown. Prince Mohammad Hamad bin Salman and the unofficial suggested it was an attempt to influence news coverage of the kingdom after the killing of post columnist. Jamal Kashogi by Saudi officials. Doc Tober we report that. Southwest Airlines and the Federal Aviation Administration are the target of a whistleblower complaint the main federal agency that handles such complaints that the FAA likely acted improperly in how it authorized southwest to begin flights between California and Hawaii the preliminary conclusion by the office of the special. She'll council pertains to an F._A._A.. Employees claims that agency managers fast-track the approval process for the flights quote for the financial benefit of the airline for more head to wsj.com or the W._S._J. APP.

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ep 98: We got us a Pippi virgin! (Pippi Longstocking)

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

56:08 min | Last month

ep 98: We got us a Pippi virgin! (Pippi Longstocking)

"They did he detainee. Do welcome to the show. A podcast we attempt to keep up with lower light in where he's pap quilty. References on gilmore. girls. I am taylor. Longstocking and i am kyla short stocking the lesser known of the stocking clan Yes there is some distant relatives. I felt like we needed to come in with like some sort of little diddy. A lot. Like pippi longstocking. That is not the official tune that i just did he into so please. Don't sue me for copyright but we gotta have a duty. I mean what's more peppy than a diddy Long stockings i guess and like braids that stick out street to the side And you know the ditties is a lot like girls. All the lalas you know can work. Good comparison. I was thinking of the murder. She wrote team. That starts play any time. Fletcher starts to solve the mystery. Package com. kate reid died. She was quite s now and usually she runs out of the room. I have to go get somewhere mid conversation with somebody. But we're not here. To talk about jessica fletcher running off mid conversation. We're here to talk about probably another kid. Who would run out mid conversation gift women. She wants but with stranger hair and less sensible clothing yes. I would call her fashion a choice. That's the most generous way. I can think to describe it. Yeah i don't know if in you it was prominent but there were several moments were. The green underwear was prominent yet. I'm also prominent for the other girl character. Like the one of the beginning shots of my movie sir. Underwear interesting is lost in translation. Open on her underwear. The beginning opening shot of that movie is literally scarlett. Johansson's bum interesting. Well you gotta start a movie somewhere. Start with the. But i guess started the bottom up from the bottom. Now we're here. But how did we even get to this. Gilmore girls episode five. Oh five week on the pippi mirjan and guess what we pippi virgin. No more no Yes let us talk about this. Episode of gilmore girls five. Oh five we got us a pippi. Virgin i doc tober nineteenth two thousand and four also in the thick of election season but a lot less relevant to this episode than the last one in. We've got a short and sweet imbibe summary today feeling bad that her relationship with dean has awkward laurel. I suggest that she. And luke go on a double date with rory and dean and that is not the only thing that happens in the episode but it is actually the only relevant to our discussion today. Yeah and again. We're still in the cringe. Rory and dean added numerous dress and ready to be done with this. I told you this is my least favorite season of gilmore girls and this plot line is significantly one of the reasons. It's just drags on. It is meant to be painful. Like i get a lot of. That's all but oh it just hurts. It does well on this double date. They go to the black white and read movie theater. Which you and i have been to. We only have and of course kirk is working there and he is working you lady. Yes he is there for a make out session the but he's also going to start the movie for them at this bookstore slash theater and the original movie going to watch is missing the first twenty five minutes so he gives them several other options of movies to watch and this is what they bic from the library films. We've got a series of graphically violent driver's education films or the adventures of pippi longstocking. Yes it's longstocking this. Enjoy your film. How long it's been since we've seen pippi longstocking to be one of our most watch films ever it's up. There have seen in at least three times a to some kind of kids movie. Wait a minute you never seen this movie. Never got us a pippi. Virgin didn't think there were any left. And it's not a kids movie it's a classic of surrealism bizarre cinematography total singing enforced acting as you. Us by us start game. There's no one. Taylor were you when you first wash this episode. I was pippi virgin in the sense that i had never seen this movie. I did read the pippi longstocking books as a kid. So i was familiar with the character. But she's also not someone. I think about on a regular basis so i i know i read things i know. I had at least one copy of the book that i read. But i don't really remember much about it. How about you. I similar. Because i knew who she was. And i remember as a kid brady my hair wishing that i could make it stick out and i could not figure that out so i remember brady my hair in pigtails to be pippi longstocking. But i don't remember if i read a book of hers or what may interaction with her would've been. I didn't look like her strange when we were doing research. i saw. There is an animated series. Which are not going to talk about today. Except for this. I think might have watched some of the animated series as a kid but at the same time. I i can't tell you anything about it. It just when we saw pictures of it in our research. I was like that looks familiar right. Yeah i i'm still not sure. Even after watching and reading about our. I dunno mentioned auction was ill never okay so we would you say we were virgins pippi virgins. I mean like we'd fooled around with her. A little. I i would say we were still virgins. Yeah ok okay. We don't have to continue that metaphor that. I think we get the idea. Well i'll give a quick overview of pippi longstocking and maybe we can chitchat and get to know her better. Maybe going dates with her. That the character of pippi longstocking originated from a series of books. As we mentioned by swedish author asteroid lindgren in sweden is known as pippi along strength. Which will look. I get that. English is not the original language but like the swedish version is funnier. Just saying it is and i just fun fact. Her full name is people Pippa loda victoria era. Tea cosy apple minta efforts daughter longstocking this lesson english. I don't know how it translates this week. The metal but it's funnier. There were three original books that were published between nineteen forty five nineteen forty eight. They have been translated into over seventy five languages in at least sixty five million copies have been sold. So this is you know maybe not are. I don't know if it was the harry potter of its time. But it's a pretty big deal deal Yes so these books. You and i were introduced to as and actually just got a little update from my mom live in the studio. She says i did read them at school. That is apparent less. So i did read them. I still do not remember but thank you. Mum that's pippi longstocking correspondent. Yes catherine thank you bacteria dealer and maybe we should talk a little bit about where pippi long stump came from a rally where this idea was conceived. I think so. We'll say in a small town in sweden a mother. Her daughter needed entertainment. Okay i don't need to do in a world where you think kyle has. No entertainment. Television is barely and one mother with her. One mind must keep her child entertained. So astronauts daughter. Karen got sick. She was in bed and her mom used to tell her lots of stories. She would make things up and one day actually. Her daughter said her mom was tired. And she's like. What do you want me to tell you about this time. Karen and she said pippi long strip and she just made up on the spot and said well. That's an interesting name. She's going to have some interesting adventures. And i think that's so cute but that's where it started telling stories to her daughter and her daughter came up with it. I know i think that's adorable. And then to like find a way for those like oh not only. My child likes the stories. Maybe sixty five million children of the world would enjoy these stories heo and so she then added the other characters of a nica. And what was the boy's name. Tommy i believe at least in the. Us film version. I would not be surprised if that were a translation. But everything i read and watched tommy in. That sounds right so karen. She said that she identified more with the kids. Who got to enjoy this crazy. Playmates pippi longstocking. So she was a little bit more quiet and timid like the kids were that pippi played with in the stories In should we talk just a little bit about this character of pippi. Yeah because from what. I can tell. We'll discuss the movie tv series situation that caused a number of messages and a facetime call of confusion. But it seems like they're both pretty true to the books. Yeah so pippi is lives alone. Her mother has died. She calls her in angel. In the movie i watched. She talks to her as if she's watching over her. Her father lives on an island of cannibals in some versions of the story. In the movie. I watched he returned at some point as a sea captain and then left again so she lives alone in a big house. Name villa villa kula. Who and it's very zany house with lots of colors. She likes to sleep with her feet on her pillow in her head at the foot of her bed. Which is when. I read that i was like. Oh yeah i do remember that from childhood. She has a pet monkey named mr nelson or captain nelson love sergeant nelson and a horse with inbox that she can lift above her head because she is the strongest girl who ever lived a ha- that were lives on her porch. So no barn needed tommy and live next door there were many meddlesome parents. Who seem annoyed by her. But also don't question as luke points out in the episode where she gets her gold from his lots of goals in the movie that i watched her. Dad threw a bag of gold at her as he left on the ship. So okay you know. Pillage some innocent villagers i assume. Okay or maybe he stole from. I don't know you just pyramids that'd be fine so he's a so you're saying that you would rather be a grave robber than a guy who gets blood money like i'm just making sure i understand him still from the dead than the living. Okay okay checks out. So he's a grave robber walls and then pippi her. She was inspired by just like all the strong characters that astronaut ever knew superman. Tarzan to those are boys. But i mean still strong house in wonderland that totally checks outside of the crazy world and green gables red hair and just that strong. I'll do whatever i want. And then smother things that i've never heard of so pippi is something i this came after peppy but who she reminded me of in. I mean pippi. Longstocking still a well-known name. But i don't feel like she has the cultural cachet in america that she probably did decades ago the character that's a little more contemporary that. She reminds me of his louise at the plaza have. Did you read those books or watch. The movies Okay in our house. We love l. Louise at christmas time. We watch it every year at christmas and she feels in personality very similarly to pippi. Longstocking was almost certainly influenced by pippi longstocking. Because she's but she's not superhuman. She's a six year old girl who lives at the plaza. Hotel Her mother is always away but she has a nanny so there is a parental figure. But it's not. She basically can't contain her. She's got a huge personality. She runs all over. This plaza hotel drives many of the adults insane but she's also very big hearted in cares a lot about people in as a loyal friend. She has a Turtle and a pet dog named weenie. Can she lift them over her head while he's a tiny dog so yes but. She's not a superhuman child but she's has is basically very precocious very rambunctious in very kind hearted So as i was watching this movie. I realized she reminds me pippi in l. Louise have a lot in common and probably as a more modern character that people would connect to and if anyone needs a good christmas movie we would recommend the well. I'm command elway's at christmas time which is very cute on in it. Oh well then. I will totally watch it. Yeah it's based off the children's books there are two movies and i'm going to say where they came from. And you're gonna go you gross based on your in my taste. But they're not anything like other hallmark movies they were comes from the two thousands but they feel like more like i mean you can tell. They're made for tv movie. But julie andrews jeffrey tamboura christine baranowski like it cast this little girl who plays l. louise's great and she just gets into all sorts of shenanigans. Just like pippi ice. I can hear my mom t boeing that she. That's awesome well fun fact. Pippi did inspire has inspired other characters. And this was fun for me. Because i love this book series and it is a totally different. Take on pippi. She inspired the character. Lisbeth cylinder from the growth dragon series. And i've never watched a read that series because it seemed too scary. For taylor's it's not scary. I know that a lot of people. I remember when the book first came out. Everyone was like there's an intense scene in book one and that was like all i heard about it. Well guess what. There's a lot more to the book so anyways that was a couple of pages not that it wasn't brutal but it kind of steers the character throughout the rest of the series so anyways elizabeth cylinder those who do not know she has a dragon tattoo on her neck but also she is a computer hacking. Wiz belykh in just the coolest way possible you know. She's not hacking into the mainframe. She is like pretending to be other people to get into the places she needs to be to connect anyways very cool. I love the series and the author. He actually he was a known journalist and he had written the two books and then he was almost finished with the third one. He handed over books one and two to his editor and died like a week later so he never published. He never saw them get famous and so they published all three and now another swedish author has picked this these characters up and has continued writing and so the characters come across a little bit differently. But it's still that world. And i eat those books up to so i'm a fan but it in the one the only interview that stieg larsson gave before he died about these books must must have been his editor was like hey. Why don't you go and start doing press about these. The just drop them off the one interview. He said thinking of pippi. What would have been like today. What would have been like as an adult what she called a sociopath. I created hers. Lisbeth slandered twenty. Five years old and extremely isolated. She doesn't know anyone has no social competence. So and i get what he's saying because pippi you know from unrealistic standpoint. Yeah have fun. Enjoy your dad's gold and live in your huge house and through your pancakes around the room. But then if you're thinking of in real life while what she doesn't know how to live in this world 'cause 'cause she just like has been so in control of her own self as a kid and now what would you be like the twenty five year old anyways. I would not have ever thought to take pity that way. But she didn't spiral character of lisbeth cylinder. A computer hacker so computer skills. Were nothing i learned about from pippi longstocking that i suppose it's possible She's very resourceful. That true so i would say definitely pippi longstocking big impact on swedish culture. Yes that is one thing. I just was blown away by the more. I read about her character in astro lindgren. It was like she's a national treasurer of sweden. She's an icon of sweden. She someone people take. Pride in asteroid lindgren died a while ago but in the century and there was sort of a retrospective on her life in the pippi longstocking books and at that time this author said pretty sure pippi is the reason sweden has more female. Mp's than anywhere other than rwanda if you wanna raise generations of young women who make short shrift of sexism. You can't do better than pippi as a role model Yeah so just very. They talked about how the never humbles her. She's always self-assured but she's never like punished for career on. She is very strong and in control but she's also a very kind person in the same article they also said if pippi met voldemort she'd make mincemeat out of him and then because she's a generous forgiving soul. Sit him down and feed 'em ginger snaps. I love that one thing. They said that she's never punished for being confident. Because women constantly apologize for all sorts of weird things. And why are we apologizing. So but it's it's crazy to see the impact that pop culture can have on people so like representation matters hashtag so people love pippi especially in sweden and this is just not something i knew but i also found out. They love her elsewhere. Not just because children like you. And i read it in the states but there were some comments about how postwar germany because this was first published in nineteen forty-five really took to be Apparently there was a complete emptiness children's culture in germany after the war when all the nazi books in cultured been thrown away there is a vacuum and pippi came and filled it up and so there are actually more than ninety. Schools named after astra lindgren in germany. While in portugal there are kindergartens called villa V lappy in iran. Fresh additions were banned until a few years ago. On the grounds that pepys conduct was out of step with the islamic revolution in france. There was an outcry when it was revealed in nineteen ninety-five that the french translation had been butchered for the sake of realism. There is nothing realistic about pippi. No and you can also know for sure. Because i i mean i don't know with kogan restrictions what's going on but in sweden you can visit villa villa kula in the asteroid lindgren theme park in washer burglar stance with pippi. Isn't that crazy. They have a theme park for pippi and her other characters sushi. Just like mickey mouse of sweden. I have questions maybe like once. Last time sweden held the olympics was pippi longstocking the mascot. No like man had pichu right did they. Reo knows mario. While we haven't done you mean for the tokyo olympics that were supposed to happen last year. Yeah they had like some big show about it. Before covid ot mario came out i can believe that i really want the olympic also. I forgot to mention this. But in the growth drag tattoo series slander cylinders apartment outside of her apartment. The name on her door is v. Kula which is abbreviation for villa villa cooler for pity's house no. I like that also. I want to confirm that. The last time sweden hosted the olympic games was nineteen twelve and pippi. Longstocking had not been invented so i do not think she was the mascot of the games. Well i hope they hosted soon so she can be. I would love that. I'm year for it to have today. Aiding pounds of mixed bomba eighty pounds pounds. Are you sure my dear eighty four pounds exactly and right now eighty pounds. Here's the money. I can pay offense real gold my sweet child. Of course you can buy so. Should we talk about how pippi jumped onto the front jumped from our books to the screen. A whole we gotta talk about it. Because you and i had a journey. Oh in prepping for this episode. Yes it was quite the journey. And it involves googling pippi longstocking movie pippi longstocking nineteen. Sixty-nine movie pippi longstocking nineteen seventy-three because nineteen seventy-three appears on gilmore. girls basically. We did a lot of googling and we also ended up texting each other to try and figure this out. We did a facetime call. Try and figure this out. Also i wanna give you a lot of credit. Because i was just having a crazy week at work in did not have the brain space or time to try and figure this out so i was getting regular updates like guess what. Here's what i think it is. And i was like okay great. I'll be there in three days. So here's what we had to go on is in. The rose clipped which i watched many times. We've got pippi holding the horse over her head and we had pippi splashing her feet in water and jumping up and down. So that was what i was looking for and so opening credits that we yet with the little Did the at the beginning. Yeah she's bill which apparently i like to think lauren. graham and alexis bledel had to practice or this episode. You in fact that is i. Don't i guess not fun fact. Just an observation not fat. I watched this. And i thought how fun is it The fact that they had to send learn this anyway. So what i found was what i thought was the pippi longstocking movie. I saw that. There were sequels. But i thought i found the original. I had not and it was called. Pippi goes on board watching all the way through no horse over the head no feet splashing so back to the drawing board will then i find out. There's a bunch of episode tv episodes. There are thirteen. And as i was watching though i realized some of those episodes of those scenes were in the movie. I watched so what they did people. They being the people who made if he longstocking tv shows they then took scenes from all the episodes and mishmash them together to make four movies three movies four movies for movies. Yeah which is a great way to repurpose content as a marketer. I'm all about it. But yes so then i could only find the episodes in swedish sources and i did find episode one and two of pippi longstocking. One had the horse of the head episode to had the feet splashing k. Is so it's like reverse justice league which was originally a movie and is now a four part series on hbo. Max this went from a thirteen episode tv series in sweden in nineteen sixty nine in two four movies. I don't know how other parts of the world received it. I read that. The tv series was also popular in the netherlands in germany in the us. It was dubbed in english in released. Ask pippi longstocking. Which is the one that i watched in. Is the one with the horse over the head. End the feet splashing and is therefore the one that they watched the black and roy Black white and read theater. Pippi goes on board pippi on the south seas and pippi on the run. And just wanna let you know if you're not sure it's swedish it stars inger nielsen. Who was just eight years old. When she got the part maria person in power burg. Just in case you're wondering it's swedish so we're able to find them all but it was. I did click through many of the other episodes. No actually all of the other episodes. Because i miss them and i didn't watch them all in order. Though so it's not. Like i walked one two and then missed it and the foot one and two. I think maybe i watched one and missed it. The first time and then couldn't find too and moved onto three anyways. So i got a lot of swedish pippi so i didn't know what was going on but because i'd watch movie i didn't know it was going on a lot of scenes in the episode because i washed one english movie so having watched the one. That roy moore lie watched plot. There's so much of it in yet so little. I mean. I feel like you probably watch the same movie i watched even though we didn't watch the same movie. Yeah because a lot happens but it is very episodic. I don't think i would have guessed. It was a tv series based on the way it was put together but is very random where it hops in an out and she has lots of stories with tommy on aqsa basically just going on adventures like she they go to the candy store and get all the candy or she has a contest with her dad's sailors to like beat. Who's the strongest person in the world and there's also this running gag about this correct. Be up the beginning. They're like we have two robbers in our town. Bobbins joe or something. Like we have steve's bob and joe like what. They were swedish names but the idea that they had names and they figure out pippi has all this gold so her interactions with tommy and annika keep she keeps running into these burglars trying to steal her stuff. They're also meddling parents who are trying to rein her in and she keeps getting you know bumping into them but you kinda could have reacted the scenes in a ton of of different orders and it would have worked which is what they did because every day was just a new adventure so a new part of tv episode that they already area so and i remember even like what you know. They go to bed the next morning. Like so. What are we gonna do today. Pippi like basically the next episode but it was still in the same movie and then like the robber. She's always super nice too. So that Assessment of how. She would've responded to baltimore. It seems very accurate. And then you've got the to the dumb and dumber cops but no one's doing anything illegal there just like suspicious of belong stocking in her wild ways. Well the burglars are doing illegal things but they just adult yeah their after pippi in her. Hot air balloon Which gets caught on a church spire and win. One guy who works at the church goes to tell the pastor and they return to the spot and the hot air balloon of course has flown away by that point and the pastures. Like you gotta stop drinking like we gotta talk about your drinking problem. That was his. Take away from that in washington talk necessary. I can't go into coffee. Party of my foot sturdy camera. Why were those large shoes. I love wiggling my toes nine hundred twenty room but she ruled up a giant snowball in my movie incentive sent it flying. She had a little contest with a strong man will and she they literally fought. That was the competition anyone come up and fight the strong man. She knocked them out because she's the strongest girl in the world and she got the money. Yes in my movie. She held a door above her head in. Put the horse in several of her father's fellow sailors in tommy nonaka on top of the door and lifted them all at once and to a modern audience. You can definitely tell special effects at work there. But further nineteen sixties. They look pretty salad. Knock tell there. Were a lot of instances in my movie where things were shot and then rewound like when she throws people in the air you can tell they actually filmed the person dropping but they just played it in reverse. I've heard throwing them up in getting kid caught in a tree whose bullying another kid. I remember one weird scene where a girl comes over. Who must have been in tommy and because class which in one episode or part of the movie. I don't remember which was moving which was tv. Show anymore they were all the tv show at some point. Yeah that's true all the movies. Tv but now the tv's were movie and she comes over and she's was like hey have you guys seen my dad and people were like oh was he tall. She's like yeah. Oh is he blonde. Does he wear a watch. Uh-huh oh i have was like. Oh that's him and she was like i haven't seen him like discrediting general. How swedish dad might look and then the other ground just left cisco in my movie. She had a moment where the snooty meddlesome lady. Who lives down. The street is coming to check on her in rain her in but her dad has just returned from the south seas in his hiding cabinet for. Who knows why and the ladies will you don't have any parents and she's like yes. I do my dad's here and she's like don't lie to me you child. He's right here in this campaign and and of course the woman doesn't believe her but then she opens it. The dad is in there. And then i think the woman starts trying to flirt with him. It's a wild movie. A yeah that lady is the lady who always wants to put them in. Put pippen at children's home. Guess an orphanage yes. Oh we'll talk a little bit more about children's homes. Because apparently sweden had some issues at this time was children's homes how you expect always to have all way when you don't have gotta pop of fine man and he's a captain. What do you have to say that Now where is he here under the and the rest. That is not very funny. You don't think my poppas here. You don't think that's right. no. I can't say that i do. Audio puppets come here. You doubt right well. A little more background on asteroid lindgren. Apparently she was considered a bad girl in her town. As a teenager she lived in the town of vimmerby and she was a teenage flapper in the nineteen twenty. She was the first town to bob her hair. She was actually a writer for the local paper so she had a job and she got pregnant as a teenager so this was a big scandal at the time she had her baby boy and she decided to give him to a family that she knew that So she could still see him regularly but she could work. She was really young to be a mom and also apparently the child welfare system was very bad at the time so she did not want him to end up there herein is the child. We know she got married a few years later she was able to get her son. Lars back in like you keep him full-time karen who's the one who would inspire the stories. And apparently she did visit in the nineteen thirties. A children's home. And i don't know how great depression impacted sweden specifically so there may be more logistical reasons as to why this was the case but she apparently was shocked by the conditions. There she thought it had a terrible smell. it was decanes. She's thought saw hopelessness. She thought the children were neglected in. She became a campaigner for many things including child rights. But i think a lot of her decision to make pippi in orphan and to not be in the government foster care welfare adoption system. You know whatever was what it looked like for sweden at the time the nineteen forties was because she had seen firsthand and had a child who was at risk of being in this program. I mean she wanted a child who was free from that so. I think it's really interesting that this is a kind of a reaction to a situation. She had in her own life and did not want to have to lake. She didn't want this children's book to be dealing directly with the sadness that she saw and many children's lives at that time in sweden it was almost like a response to like. Here's a completely independent child. Who does better on her own than when adults metal. Yeah also wanted as a side note. There is some a no. I read with no context. That apparently ashford lindgren. Worked for the swedish secret service. I know that's just the thing they just dropped in this article. I kinda wanna do a deep dive. Just what did she do for the swedish secret service. Yeah another reading about the author to like a first pippi longstocking. It was rejected by a publisher because it was too advanced too much and they also wanted to send they did censor some of it. Because i think in one of the scenes they edit out pippi throwing a chamber pot at someone. that's gross. yeah it is but like that's too offensive. But then the author she got some other kids stories published and then she want prize and so then the all right. We'll we'll publish pippi. So and then. She went on to publish a lot. She became an editor at a children's book company and she wrote forty books in addition to things that she helped edit as an editor end. I love that she was a grande dame in. She had a state funeral when she died. And just what a just like. I love that she was a young woman who at one time like with socially rejected and she just overcame. All of it end was a hero. Yeah yeah i mean even just like hearing the impact. The pippi longstocking had on their country. That's amazing yeah kids books. A kids book like anything's possible. You're making me think of you've got mail again. Talks about we watch that again this weekend and she talks about how these the books that form you at such a young age and these no wonder she wanted on children's books are uh that's green. Go watch you got mail again. So good love that movie in some good godfather references on their tip. Oh my gosh. I was thinking of us as i watched it again. Which is how. I watch many things now. I think of our podcast a lot. Yes as we've talked about so many pop culture references anyway. I digress pippi. Speaking of pop culture references remember I'm gonna reference another one for you here. I want you to gas. Whoever other pop culture references recent pop culture references said this one of the things that helps me tell. A story through music is to create a character. I have to have amuse whether it's free to kalo martha graham marlena district or pippi longstocking. I'm gonna guess madan. Yes i just want you to know. Madonna is inspired by pippi. Longstocking peaked at your notes. That would do it then. You also saw this one from michelle obama. I was really fascinated with this strong little girl. That was the center of everything in. She was almost magical in a way. I mean she was stronger and tougher than anyone. She had superhuman strength. so michelle. obama. Also a fan taste madonna of good taste in characters. Just not once you play yourself touche so should be talking about how this fits into the world of gilmore girls. Heck yes we should we rag on dean a lot on this show i i do wanna give him credit. He said he's watch this at least three times with them. If this guy can sit through this movie three times with them champion honestly that is one point in his favor that he can sit through it and be a good sport in sit down to watch it a fourth time on an awkward double date. Yeah you know honestly dean in this episode is definitely made to be the good guy and luke the bad guy also to looks credit. He's never like dean. From the beginning of gilmore girls. He's hated dean so just being consistent. Yeah and he didn't even like justin rory together because he didn't like the idea of just hurting rory but he loved the idea of making jessica better person yet but then they started dating and he was like i gotta go upstairs every five minutes every ten minutes. I love that. I love so many of luke's rents but that was that the top one. I go back. Stairs i bring you down every night. I'd bring the box back upstairs and start all over that ranks up there with. Gm hands for sure. Oh worry and laura. I loving pippi longstocking. I think it checks out with who they are as people and other pop culture they enjoy also is lower. Lie pippi longstocking. Or is she tommy. Why would she be tony. Only because when they told kirk they wanted to watch longstocking she says yea pippi. I'ma coats pippi as if she's going on Okay touche touche. I just in thinking for a lure. Lie did not like her home. Life growing up in was very independent and rebellious in has always had an interesting sense of fashion better than pippi. But like sometimes. I love laura lie but sometimes i look at Brown brown or showing up in those cutoff shorts on the first day school. I understand laundry day. But you know okay. I think this is her ideal childhood right. Sue provision from parents. She gets to do what she wants. Complete independence and she. Also like astro lindgren was a teenage mother and has been trying to make something out of her life like the author of the book. So then she's the author drop the it's maybe she's the true author of gilmore girls. Maybe yes she's the author worry so Some sense but you know what their excitement to watch pits like they were excited to see. They're just like how. Karen was excited to think of this amazing playmate to have in pippi laura line warrior. Like this wonderful friend. We have in pippi watching these movies. Like our friend is coming back to us. It is so. I'm gonna plant my foot hard on that one and say laureland are telling me an- annika i. I'm not sure i'm gonna plant my foot on anything. i think. It is relevant pop culture reference to their lives and definitely to their personalities. I think pippi were real though. I think it would turn into a competition for. Who's in charge because Laura lilacs to have control of the situation and likes to be the kind of annoying person who talks and talks and talks and derives look crazy. She's also the person who doesn't love to go to fancy events that her parents want. But i guess she'll sit in wash her feet in the bucket because i did you see that clip. That was the context. She was washing her feet to coffee. Party monica tommy's mum and friends. Oh my goodness no. I didn't know that was the context. Yes they're like. You have your feet in that water. Will i gotta have clean feet to go to a coffee party in. You're getting water all over the floor. I'm gonna get the water on the floor. And she just dumps the bucket out and then puts on scrub brushes with straps on them for shoes and scrubs her floor she will have clean yes. She had a conversation about how you know. Timing attock are very impressed with how she comes up with this idea for scrub brushing in basically she says well. I don't go to school. And i'm smart for like kids who go to school multiplication tables. I know this and who uses multiplication tables but this is really practical so school of hard knocks just like laura lie. Yeah art there. They got they got some similarities. Yeah i like pippi to be fair. I like her in small doses. I did not want to watch a second pippi movie. I felt like. I'd had my good share of pippi. But i enjoy toward more than i expected. Yeah it's i'm curious about the new pippi longstocking. Because if they have they carry the true spirit of pippi helped them to make it too realistic. Like it's gotta be goofy to of this realistic beauty and the beast. Wow so edgy. Like one of those magic in the beauty and the beast with emma watson was edgy known. The one with the high school musical actress beasley. I think the cw series no. It's a movie. And oh and medicaid. Or ashley olsen is in it in which you don't know this movie you know you might be ringing a bell. I just thought you were talking about the imo watson. One and i was like they made some changes. I wouldn't call any of them edgy. Oh year yeah okay. She showed me a picture. Now this is ringing a bell. There was a cw series though right about beauty and the beast yes okay so at least i am not crazy. I didn't imagine that. what is that about. I think i gotta watch that. Only i found your new favorite show interesting. Kyla loved the cw. I kind of deal get remember when we watch dynasty. And you're like. I watched seven episodes for research. Definitely wanted to be a good host on on that. Yeah well i do know. The new pippi is being made in collaboration or with the endorsement of astro lindgren's estate. So i think it should be. I mean hopefully have something be true to the original books because it they're working with them. I know it's also from the producers who made paddington and i have not watched the paddington movies because the trailers just seemed very weird to me. But there's like a paddington hive people to patty and So maybe it'll be something. But i feel like it could be good if it has a spirit but then it has is a little higher quality a little more entertaining for us modern audience so true think that could work for it and it could bring her back to the center of culture. You know she hasn't isn't a super talked about person in america right now. Sounds like in sweden. She's always the center of culture but could come back to the forefront. Maybe we can finally get a woman president. You know what i think. That's it. I log stocking. We just get her over here. We could elect her So taylor soon kyla. let's show that's our show. Do so glad we watched a much better more enjoyable story showcasing. I mean i enjoyed swept away in a weird way. That movie was wild. I was never bored. Maybe that's the better way to put it right but this one was just no cheery and delightful uplifting yes offbeat quirky and i mean that is in timeless how to lose a guy in ten days reference. The run problems in this episode. Well you can find us at so to show on twitter so a show podcast at temblor dot com. So does your gmail.com This episode ninety eight you guys. So we're almost to our one hundred episode. Oh yes. I don't know what that means because i literally asteroid before recorded. Are we doing something. Special never mind. Let's record this episode and then we'll talk about it after so i mean we have. We have like a month to prepare so so we we've got some time but we do have some something in the works already. Oh yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah yeah yeah gang. Well i wanted to say one last thing. That's swedish for goodbye again. And here's a teaser. Furniture jeep the porch lights out new. The jeep on for the like please matter is gonna die. How no i timed. It takes twelve hours for the battery. Where i go to work at eight o'clock giving me two hours to spare and who they recharge your either down to just change. How have you seen a dirty is up there. Creepy mazar fly in your face. You could swallow one and end up with some weird hand to mouth to mouth. Caesar's no such thing. Oh no these prophecies. Oh well then did you see the sequel sequel. Yes it is a heartbreaking saga in which richard gere. It's a life threatening disease from changing dirty porchlight. There was no sequel. Really gross up there.

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Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim  Mats Wilander on the Future of Tennis

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Beyond the Baseline, with Jon Wertheim Mats Wilander on the Future of Tennis

"Everyone John Wartime here this week's Orca really vein yes it's It Ain Idaho what what brings you there now it's it was an ATP good conversationalist and this time was no exception. He's not in his home of Idaho but he's on the other side of the ocean but we'll talk to him now here's Madison wide open think that both men's and women's side there is a little bit of a Tim Henman jumped in and so was very nice and I'm here for another three days doing the tennis Kinnock's tennis camps with Michael Doc Tober when you look out at the sport right now at this period of time what what are you seeing sort of big big picture where is professional tennis right now Swedish Actually Palma Majorca is quite Swedish a lot of Swedes here and they sweetie show Towel and Swedish owned tennis club where they play range going on top obviously obviously Novak Djokovic she's stopped that debate I suppose winning the last three but I still feel like this Liam Addy's best all the time for physical reasons and I think that opens up a little bit of void and the chance for the younger guys come in obviously champions tournament last weekend where I played a couple of doubles did not play singles but played a few doubles with monsoon Barahmi and Michael Byrne forces you're the FM of Alana on wheels that will talk about a road show that he's been doing for for a number of years and overall just one of the me and career played the singles and then they but if you dabbled in between so let's talk tennis what it's me fourth and and Twelve Scandinavians twelve scandinavians in my orcas sounds like the setup to a joke Yeah the great overarching presence in sports. This is a fun conversation I think you'll see why Matzos so so popular why he's such an important member of the tennis community always as a professional teams right now there's a good chance for young guys to come through unfortunately we haven't seen in the last ten fifteen years but I think it's inevitable that I mean it's obvious that the rough is getting older for obvious reasons but you could just tell that he's not necessarily slowing down but we might not see Lamentin so yeah it really really good spot did you have anything to do with the Nidal Academy is a totally separate no totally separate yeah he's in over in Monaco right we the US Open I will discount that but the last three or four months he's lost close matches so yeah he's not they're not on their way out but I think that there's I mean and I think that the younger generation is coming obviously on the women's side it's already happened and on the women's side I'm not sure which of the older there's they're going to stop the young invasion Serena is maybe able to but so I think that's what I see and obviously when that happens you start thinking about what's going to happen the day that said which is about forty five minute drive from Panama but it's totally separate yeah we're just here for Moyer Tommy Haas Ferrero Henman blonder always pleasure was a pleasure speaking Likewise thank you where where are you where we you I am in Paloma the I guess you could say survived changes like that before with jumbled quitting and mackinaw not winning much after that so I'm not worried sided and looking for new rivalries really if you're if you're gonNA back one or two horses on the men's side we I mean you said it and it's we say it to win a major not named fettered Adrovic Murray of Rinca who who do you like KC and philosophy joke of the game anymore or Serena or Maria Sharapova I think that it's you know it's a good thing it's going to happen and we have if he's GonNa win a major in the next three or four years but I think he's a pretty safe bet on on heading to the top of the game I think he's got pretty big game source Pew Game Great Attitude Moves unbelievably well and and he's got good technique and most shots and I think he's learned to learn to I mean I guess it is in a way Yes because it brings tennis to the masses and I think people tune in to Roger Federer and obviously by now everyone knows you know it's so hard to know what's going to happen to the likes of Canaan she corey and meals round H. and I mean the head on his shoulder as he he moves well for big guy great attitude seems to enjoy the fight than Joyce a bit of variation in this game obviously majors in one generation generation that comes behind usually suffers when Sampras Agassi wins most of it board mcenery you don't even think about it when it's been ten or fifteen years since we've had a breakthrough which is just remarkable but if you were going to pick one or two horses to be the next player wins Mo and then and now so I mean it's good to have stars in the game but they do sort of delete a lot of potential grand slam winners by being just a little bit better old generational champions is isn't that preferable to the alternative of of every tournament for grabs and we don't have these di solid stars those younger guys I think and like on the women's side I think they will come through so yeah there might be a year or two or three when we're sort of who's GonNa be the rivalry I do the generation came after Sampras and then of course Agassi hung in there longer than we thought but you know that was late new Andy Roddick Corn Carlos Ferrero I have to throw Griego Dimitrov in there when these guys you know the great for big four done are they going to be able to step up and and suddenly gain that confidence to win majors Oh it's unbelievable but I mean you have to also look at what's happened I believe with which slower courts slower balls the guy completed the young guys GonNa push him out of the way there's a lot of young guys so for me I think the maybe at the moment I think I'm looking at Stefanos Deposits Hurndall Djokovic three Narcan but why wouldn't you take that bet I mean isn't that preferable to have these four reliable unbelievable managed beforehand side so I think that's where I'm looking I think what we found out that and again we find out all the time but it's you have couple of great players winning a lot of championship but so I think that's what we're going to see and I think a great style will will come through and the guy is refuses to lose hey we need that star but the game is so good engulf right now and I think that tennis will be I mean when you when you're crawling around the slow at home caffine and I mean they all one one slams before budget cetera one slams and and it seemed to me that maybe Sampras and Agassi kind of had to be out of there Spanish but I think people tune in that are not necessarily tennis fans 'cause he's obviously transcended the sport but I I don't know I I look at this next the next generation as I healthy place because of what's veteran Jovovich far doing and have done and I think they've just raised the bar I look at it as tiger woods in golf where bigger countries I mean suddenly we have a Greek player we have somebody from Canada I mean it's so I don't think so I think that tennis as in in a very at the same level as those three I'm not one hundred percent sure but certainly physically they're going to exceed those guys somehow how you guys have covered Jovovich which I think is sort of one of the great secrets in in plain sight it's sort of this great story as much faster we have more one handed backhand coming up we thought that was over that's not over they're not they don't have to come from the serious Sabbatical he went on I think it's more mysterious that we're not talking about what you said or having a dry spell not waiting for five years is a story that hasn't been properly told I'm curious given the freedom you guys have on your broadcast how you're handling the return of Novak Djokovic in the mystique thing game and all the different surfaces and nobody because that's basically what he does and he's unbelievable added I think we're seeing tournaments change a little bit of staying open fifty plus comes through and win four or five or shop on of I think that you know the era we've had now is so so it's shorting you just not playing well it wasn't able to practice so I think Novak's road is more normal and natural than than we have allowed ourselves four federal gain the confidence to to believe he can win slams I know he beat Pete Sampras and Wimbledon early on his career but he really didn't win the earliest a lot of great that's hidden in front of us what happened to the guy and then this remarkable comeback and I think sometimes conflicts of interest get in the way sometimes relationships get in the way I feel like this is what had a mysterious time in his career for a couple of years where he where he he got injured or did he or did he not or was it who's GonNa be the next guy and we don't know and then suddenly somebody comes through and do you have to win safety majors in our sport these days to be called the great champion I don't think so I think economists but there have been ups and downs and I think federal dollars is just the way they have handled themselves through tough times we don't really talk about them having a being in the slum was not impressed with the way he behaved on the court but the way he has changed that and become a complete warrior I think that to me is a bigger and breaking their confidence down basically nothing against them when you when you say I mean people have always said the same thing boy tennis is really going to be in trouble when when Benesch up of olive but I think is is a safer bet than than most others apart from maybe Karen hats I think he's a full on work him and he doesn't WanNa lose to you would Novak he's a little more I think more human in the way that he shows disappointment and so Djokovic yourself was very short obviously the elbow surgery had a big A big reason for it I think conflict of interest of the court when you have two kids and ahead I'm not I'm not letting winter I'm going for it I'm taking my chance and and he was completely committed to that shot and he's won so many matches by committee satisfaction on a tennis court and that's way more if you look back at what's great champions have been like in the past with maybe the exception of for seven or eight rounds in eventually he's going to tap out and it's been a total transformation hasn't it it has been told range than Roger Federer's backhand I really do think Novak's mentality has just gone from not being very good to being unbelievably good especially in big I have to say that Novak Djokovic is as big a match player as anyone ever seen you know what one of the the great pities nations of beautiful thing I e one of the I was just telling just telling a friend this is one of the great treatise covering the sport is when we travel we in Europe where he came out and obviously when you're staying open she's ten years ago I guess it is and he was fragile emotionally was very fragile and weak I traveled that and graceful roughing it covers it up by by not showing any negative emotion but just going full on and it doesn't matter how good is playing he's just it's just me and him were you and you match it's really interesting the knock on joke of it's used to be just push them around a little bit get him into the to the latte around like a boxer just just hang in there the US Open for me was I heard the news that the lander on wheels van is in the shop what's what's the status of what the matches these days that in a big match I say that there's a player players that have played big matches and there's big match players and I would Hayley Idaho and it's taken it out of my time to figure out how I'm going to be able to handle three indoor tennis courts and and a big Jim attached into just saying you know what I'm GonNa be full on aggressive and I'm going to beat myself if I lose I'm going to beat myself which hasn't happened very often but then he's also showed the other aside where you know he's fighting through little bit of Wimbledon against the dollar I would think the crowd was slightly on the side every time you yeah well in this match against they'll poetry I am not going to try out hit the guy I'm just going to be a human wall and not so I think he's figured out so many different ways to win both against the wall and you're looking at Roger Federer's ended back and you're going to go world on a second I'm going to do that but senator rand they're going to get better and stronger mentally are they ever GonNa be and why you gotTa have new values and and I think that you know he's I think the way we've covered him if he's come so far to us in we get to hear you and we get to hear Barbara Shadow we get to hear eurosport which is a completely different experience from from American coverage American TV. I'm wondering how think that's veteran evolve in the superhuman but but I think in Indiana look at wins Roger Federer covers it up in a completely different way when he's not winning Easter nine years three months a year that's more than the seven year itch if you know what I mean so I don't exactly know where we are I can't imagine excellent my my producer Jamie's offered to be your designated driver for blunder on wheels when you go to New Orleans cans after awhile and instead of eating so I think you have all have all we evolved Cameron Nichol has evolved and and we getting older and the van no so what's happened this year is I have I'm involved in starting to run a tennis club in we'll get out there we'll get out there for sure it's just a matter of how we do it it'd be landreau wheel Soviet android water we're not really sure but I so that has taken up a lot of time and time where we haven't gotten on the road route we're going in the road here in November going down to New Orleans we've done it that's a hard to take a hard spot rather give up my teaching my teaching role in Leandra wheels but the driver part that's me that's me 'cause the driver picks that we're not gonNA keep going because it's been one of the most fun things I've done in my life Are we going to keep going three months a year in a motor home or altered little bit I mean I started slicing the Universal Appeal of tennis you could absolutely please please don't tell anyone that we also spend we'll figure out a way to keep relying on wheels going the way we think it should be going so Future I think is that we both love to teach tennis and my time has been taken up by by starting to run this gravity fitness intended and Hayley Idaho as you come out and check it out he high altitude training camp you need usage and I'm hanging out with a camera liklehood was in his thirty s and we don't have the same music style so the driver picks the music so when I get home play tennis teach tennis spend three four hours on a court I love hitting balls and I love teaching tennis with twenty five minutes from civilization in general and the tennis in elven civilization so it's close enough I've never been involved in Venice Bob I they're going to travel four five six months a year depending on the year but I now feel I would love to have and I do have a place to go decided yeah exactly yeah right right right yeah I posted a photo once in the parking lot your van was actually one of the goals for it it looked like everyone was anyone so this is a new chapter in my life and hopefully we can get some of our bed head fans that we've gathered for the last nine years we don't need a driver we might need to train her at some point she could do that to what's the the club how close are you to the club in Idaho late federal the crowd is on federal side but I've been at the time of course and then US Open we're so dying to have they'll come back and win and and he's just figured out to come to Idaho and and skiing winter play tennis in in the afternoon or coming fish we call it the Augusta of fly fishing when they would they would park it on the other side of the bridge thereby the UNICEF and I always thought what a great message that sent that that spoke as well as anything to how come you're not down in the lounge how come you're not on the Qantas Lounge with the rest of the beautiful people and you say I don't WanNa be with the beautiful people that story mission I really think though also that that famous matches the name of the US Open a COUPLA measly narrow actually against Roger Federer obviously the one where he sort of went okay you know what you start airing I think it was an El Salvadorian Soccer League and your van was one of the goals I love you know that reminds me of one of my one of my favorite stories stuck with me and I'm curious as I think about that and if you tell me about sleeping in a motor home during the US Open we're where do you think he got that sensibility we all have I think that there's a little bit of a wild person in there and and I'm looking for adventure at all times of being tennis court in the semifinals Grand Slams close to being important as big game itself I'm hoping federal comes along and place the French Open next year that's where we are in Blaine County and face them tennis as well so we're not really sure where we're going with it but I'm really excited but we do have some very interesting projects over land they WANNA lose to them but so I think that I always I don't know I'm lucky in that way but it's also you know I guess when you've been traveling as much as we're we're we're values come from I think values come from obviously how your race with your parents great adventure but that ended and so yeah I'm tennis it's you know it's my passion it doesn't turn me into beautiful person having two older brothers and I grew up in a tiny tiny town in Sweden with not much to do except sports I grew up playing tennis with a lot with mostly people there were older ashamed that that he doesn't play their understand the reasons for it but again no one's bigger than the game and we all oh the game for the rest of our lives so that's what I'm interest at all I love I love the sport and I'm always trying to give back to it as much as I possibly can I think there is never ever been tennis player that's even secreted slash tennis channel tennis podcast guest this week the great mets be lender seven time Grand Slam champion current Eurosport commentator that you have a friend saw you in Melbourne airport in everyone is flying home from the Australian Open and you're sitting there on a chair and he goes up to you and he says how come you that's that's good living I thought we launder meals part it was used to see the van even at the US Open sleep sleep in the van in the parking lot h but don't tell US Open because I don't think they allow us anymore you we get woken up by people hitting ticking soccer balls into the wall the Mesa the always got sort of coached or talk to buy them and how to behave and and I tonight and slept in it because some nights he's finished late at the US Open I gotta get up early and do and do cleaning over at Forestville so you don't have them here in Hailey right I do live yeah living no he's just sort of the stage name I live in Haley okay and we're about twenty sit in the lounge I'm not sure they're crowded to us next Pepsi No I don't know I'm not sure John I think you find that with a lot with a lot of times but I think you say you see in in the middle of the heat of the battle and you know try to make their opponents worse rather than relying their own strength they rather explode the other guys weaknesses respect to me that's really interesting and I also in don't call it an exhibition but it really didn't feel like one but I one thing that really struck me was it got me thinking where Roger Federer fits into tennis post career and a lot of ways it's in keeping what you're saying of the sport trumps everything but here's someone who brings capital he brings sponsors he has a terrific because they have that respect as they have when they walk into room for every person that respect that goes onto the court and they respect the guy across the nets so much that they lose sight of everything else except the guy crossed the net and because of that respect and humility they are able to gift for for working a room for dealing with people there's authenticity where do you see you even central where Roger Fits into this whole Matrix when he's done he's just a normal person the way he was when he grew up and you see parents into ballplayer box and they're applauding both players and they're showing nerves and every single day and they and they don't play their best but you could never ever tell that they don't and they figure out weaknesses of their opponent and and I think he fits in together with well let's just go Roger Federer great humans of of our time and on just overlook your opponent than think you'll have consistent success and I think the young players today need to really really look at that because they show up I wonder too as as I hear you say that what is the impact on the other side of the net when you're the opponent and federal dollar avenues remarkable on on a number of levels one of them was I think first and foremost just eat the level of emotional buy in from the players you kept hearing this isn't an exhibition you pretty much never ever lose to guy they shouldn't lose to and that it starts with a yes I don't WanNa lose that's for sure but it's also starts with checking out your opponent project this this humility and they're not unapproachable and you see them in the locker room and they acknowledge you I wonder what impact that has on the opponent did you make it there at all I didn't make it there no I watched it religiously on TBN did last year as well so I did not see it live so to me interesting is to try and come down to be as normal as I was before I turned pro and and and that's me so and I think a lot of pros are how do you really psych yourself up to beat Roger Federer when he's a normal guy who is acknowledged you as you as you walk out onto the court what comes to vote necessarily with what you call the beautiful people you mentioned fetter and we were talking about this a few weeks ago and I don't know if you were you at Labor Cup it and Robert this obviously nervous and you can see it but I mean at some point you think stopping nervous 'cause Raja's one so much but now not at all Kasese and I think that's humans that will go down in history as somebody who's done a lot of things that have changed people's inspiration and changed the world and I think that he's I think a lot of players are not able to do that they're not able to see I mean obviously we look at Jimmy Connors that's get up for it I think I think a lot of guys don't and I think a lot of guys dread playing damn I think they have a good time playing them but they're not necessarily really upset is to a guy who does that so you could find another reason to not WanNa lose whereas with veteran I am I'm with you I don't know how guys maybe the greatest competitor in fighter of all time in many ways together with Rafael no doubt and Jimmy had some tricks you know UPI sleeve and and you could sometime so wh- and what's so cool is that he is just that normal guy and then he steps on the court and he's this genius but when he's in a room or or just I know and the most important part about Roger Federer and run on the dollar and you know and being that normal is that that's why they're the best players of all time to me I was looking as funny I was actually looking up something about your career and I came across neuro tennis a wearable that provides the wrist with instantaneous auditory feedback nice strings checking out his weaknesses being prepared knowing what he does good what he's not good at when he chokes why would he wins that's why they're the best players in

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Full Episode: Friday, September 27, 2019

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Chris don't people came because they were dazzled by BGN's but the real stars of this act for the animals particularly the Tigers these majestic potentially lethal animals were feet away from audience members with nothing in between these animals are right on top of the there's a chance for an incident and on the night of DOC Tober two thirds votes three. There was an incident. The one thing that is clear is that bat night changed siegfried and Roy for Sir. He's huge tiger opens. His mouth and Rams Point by Roy is screaming. grabbed her by by the throat and just walked off stage. He has roy completely as mercy. I thought we heard the whole story until this siegfried reacts to a stunning new version of events. It sounds a little strange and never felt love on stage diagnosed up analysis acceptance. You've been in each other's lives for fifty years through to drive us. What's your relationship with more. What does he mean to you. all together to be achieved. I sit. I thank you very much and I think I said I love your see your so and he says to do with again ever seen think of nothing. Siegfried and Roy are the ultimate showman showman they set Vegas on fire siegfried and Roy had been the single most successful. Oh entertainment attraction in Las Vegas History by orders of magnitude thirty years forty eight weeks a year capacity. The business siegfried is a magician that comes along once in a generation interracial couple always designing and creating new allusions magical adjective feats that have never been tried before when I see the wonderment the eyes of the audience and the performer and the audience became one. It's very roy is the big animal off. That's what brings him to life. Roy was always furious hit. No fear of living not fear of loving and no fear of giving. It's scary element is fundamental to siegfried and Roy with penguins would not work right. You need the fear that's inherent in the lives. The Tigers being on stage Roy Elvis Bickerton life true magic begin reverend footage of creation siegfried is the one who has to say how is this going to work out. Via Sagredo says that a he by himself would be not enough and Roy by himself would be too much. It's has no but to me. It's like thunder and lightning. The Siegfried and Roy Story is is the American Dream Story. It's pretty inspiring to think you can come literally from nothing can cut he drops bump bump bump one two three four to become the most successful library team is the history of the Las Vegas their home. It was a lavish over the top luxuriance compound in which you saw tigers and lions roaming freely started one house on ordinary road in Las Vegas and grew till they owned every house on the block and turned it into the jungle list of land and so the enemies Roman players and all the the animals were swimming pool swimming happily alone there were waterfalls and gold fixtures was was a little bit flash in a little bit over the top but you know these master show on their home should reflect their persona. They had come a long way now. These are two men who as little boys grew up in post World War Two Germany Our Father spent into the war as one person and he came back a significant so they a pound the outlet and we never had attention. I never remember the father even talk to me. I just was there when zigfried figured out how to do is I magic trick which was making a coin disappear his father for the first time looked up and acknowledged him and said to me how D to into that and that was I think three words that changed my life life become magic and magic become nick entertainers and actives. A magician is often insecurities lack of attention and Zinni to be loved. Each one found a different outlook to escape. Eh as his source of love Roy turn to animals. He really developed his first real love affair with an animal that the Bremen Zoo with achieving sheeting Chico he would imitate his hurrying sounds and gradually over time they were on a wavelength at a bond it was then he began to delve into childhoods set fee understood devils a powerful link between Allie Hannity and our magic for -ality even at its darkest turns out to be source of magic the two came up with this autobiographical film about their lives and their beginnings and according according to siegfried things changed for him when he found this money on the street and was able to buy his very first magic book the Magic World he into Mazda. Dan Would Open it to their parables what they did with their origin stories create this larger than life vein that happened to them. That was the impetus for everything that would happen later so these two boys would finally meet in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. They were both working on board the Bremen in which was a luxury liner that would cross the Atlantic from Germany to the United States horse crossed out that is a stewart who to some natural so one one day. Roy Comes Health and afterwards. I wanted to find out how liked the great secret. What a great performance. Yes I gave twenty four is not very impressed. I ask him what have you can make a rabbit disappeared. How about making a Cheetah this set in magic. Anything think is possible. He pulls me over to his cabin. Open up the door and there was the cheater snuck. Doc Chico on board was hiding him in his cabin putting into the act defending your ways acted fun and I saw in show business. You don't have to be on the good. You have to be different ANDROID. Roy Protein difference. They left the ship and they began touring throughout Europe. Live on stage. I tab hit people begin to fall in love with the Cheetah Chico. They had something that nobody else had shown before orth own eight day. TRIP sick for Roy make their way to Monica where they begin to act in a big way in Monaco onto carloads capital uh-huh stick hotspots. Kelly has married Prince Rainier and so it's a hot spot for a lot of international stars of the time they were asked asked to perform for the annual gala. This was the first time that they had really performed in front of Stars cary grant and they're so feel around and there's Frank Sinatra op trump and the next day headline was Zinc Freidan Roy the new kings of monte-carlo a name tonight the bring in is down supergun throws off dream our dreams become reality the reality all in their sights were on bigger things and AS Roma once said if you want to be the pope go to Rome but if you want to be an entertainer rainer you've got to go to Vegas Coming Gondal. The grants were made it back to America and believing Oh this is the land of opportunity. The owners of the hotel looked at them and said tell us that you sing. Tell us that you dance. Tell us the juggle but don't tell us that you do magic because magic does not work in this town people came because they were dazzled by collusion's but the real stars of this where the animals very exciting in the back of your mind you could have a bad night and when the two of you came to Las Vegas August. It was a very different place. It was Sim city. Roy got here. It was good old days. It was biggest hit was headliner. Vegas Lounge Vegas and it's all going up in flames. This is the nineteen sixties it was strictly a place to lure for adults mostly men to come in and watch your show and then go out and gamble will you think of is essentially the RATPAC year the sixties Franken Savvy Eddie Dean Ring Ding Ding Ding Vegas Ocean's eleven vegas there were lots of shows featuring women with huge feathers on their heads ads and not a lot else on their body siegfried and Roy were two very good looking guys who were illusionist with animals finals but didn't fit into the niche of Las Vegas so they really had to work at Bradley hard to make themselves special. Give me one sentence that describes your relationship. Roy had these dreams and I had the ideas he's dreams. It was always so big but we've made dreams became reality. They started out with one shooter and they start anti animals animals to their show that was schick razor thing they developed. Something different beloved the wild animals spend people love magic the moment I stepped on stage pleasure. It's always a high you watch film films of Magicians from back in the thirties forties slower acts with siegfried and Roy came along and decided we're GONNA go damn. AM stamps stamps everything to them was about how you treat. US wonder as possible and and to create the largest spectacle that was the most compelling experience so that you as an audience member impossible for the magic tricks they're allusions were centuries old but they added such grandeur and majesty to them that they appeared new wowing audiences everywhere these guys had energy personified and they loved their triple a trained Ballerina beautiful and they brought her into the act. Sometimes I disappeared animal appeared. I was sawed in half twice nightly and sometimes times three times a night. They had big be draped worked their way from resort to resort. Every show is a challenge uh. I always say after all. This is never had a perfect show CIPRIAN. Wi will working constantly. They never once took a break. The stress woes toxic. It was not an easy that was not accused. Life wasn't all a better roses siegfried at one point. The stress of putting on this show night after night without break really started aware on him. The obstacles are that I see magic starts was a fantasy but once I have an idea a million problems to solve before the illusion works works in ignoring these problems lay presented a challenge bigger than his cheetah him siegfried began to suffer from insomnia and and started taking some pills to help him calm down and go to sleep. He got hooked on value becoming kind of Zombie like he wasn't communicative nope. He said he began to hallucinate realized after a while. I was hooked on it. The substance abuse problems quite a rift to where at one point they almost most splat that was probably the most dangerous time of their career when something truly tragic could have happened but with siegfried and annoy. There's no such thing as give up do which halfway those terms never happened with siegfried and Roy. It's all or nothing big breakout your of course for Roy was nineteen. eighty-nine Steve WYNN decides going to build the Mirage he was going to basically create the new Las Vegas he wanted the greatest Muzorewa's greatest casino the greatest everything that had ever been for we also had to have the greatest show siegfried and Roy came to me with the idea of a new show that was going to be scaled above above and beyond anything that anyone had seen in Las Vegas that room at the Mirage was built for them the place to keep elephants tigers. You know it was a zoo the equipment that it took to do the illusions staging devices other paraphernalia very very elaborate very takes a lot of money. I'll tell you that probably the most expensive show ever in the history of the world at the time. It was built over. We're thirty million dollars in nineteen that was big money to spend on a theater but on top of it secret in where we're making a big salary. They inked a deal. CEO Four fifty seven million dollars over five years at the time. It was the three contract anybody had ever signed in. Las Vegas against all the Music Star Cats and new cycle is Darla. Take that design got him and be talked about this show what it's suppose the PSA how I can do a show when I there is no script. I I say real artists. I had to create a series of smooth. Enlarge vignette would embrace. He's Annie Hall what they ready. Sit resute to hybrid marvel comics involved rush. Oh No one had seen a magic show of that scale. It was kind of a mash up of the magic show on a Broadway show was paid for what would be finale for twelve other shows and putting them all together in blend be it so beautifully cost with lighting secreting. Roy had many many sequences show which were really innovative particularly combining different illusions. I always liked their sequence where the girl would float up in the air and he'd do the hoop and then she'd flowed into the boxing the sarin half put it back together covered with a sheet float up under the sheet and then disappeared three classic allusions combined into one routine no one had ever done that before and they made it blend together and there was one of the highlights of their show and why would get cut into pieces bay revolutionized it and they did it in a way that was out in the open. Awful lot of people are sitting in the audience. Corey Tori. How are they doing that. Ladies and gentlemen this is your places called places. Please initially siegfried and Roy had topless dancers in their show like every other show space. They really wanted families to be able to come to the show so they started covering up their dancers gave a broader appeal to supreme it wasn't salacious or it was big consensual but you can take anybody to it. He knew he didn't them Akash. No conventional backdrops APPs for scenery no nudity in short. Nothing's that's additional Las Vegas Sixteen where I really started the whole family friends that you see everywhere learn Las Vegas now on any given night. Celebrities were flocking to their shelf. Sylvester Stallone Barbra streisand Liza Minelli president as an Carter Reagan Bush Siegfried and Roy dominated Las Vegas the they paved the way for these new shows selene dion and Lady Gaga and everything else they showed that you could charge a big buck for show they've come long way for the cruise ship that come a long way from that smuggled Cheetah in my life. I'm together with an enormous responsibility. It's devotion. It's a physical risks. 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A. dot com slash twenty twenty capterra software selection simplified in what was the moment homer which you I heard an animal thinking actually all my life. I think it is something I'd be born. The longest boy just the ability to talks animals to communicate with animals is magic. It's like the most purest form of magic the animal's always Ken I would be a member of the Black Jaguar lived in Roy's bedroom slaves with the animals. I Royce there when they are born. I voiced their hill. It's mine I face. This is mine so most probably they think tiger often how to figure. I guide him to Chai towed. I let him know what's right and what's swallow comfortable looking for me. I saw it off as security blanket in the morning. Roy goes and takes a shower. No He is coming any minute. How many animals are we talking about to get a fifty fifty. Elephants Tigers Leopards Panthers and today we are fortunate enough that behalf thirty two white tigers five snow white ones but they're the last ones they're extinct today survive they gave me Nice. Roy has always had an amazing bond with animals but in particular regular he was fascinated by white tigers. He thought they were magical. Somehow in one thousand nine hundred eighty two they meet the Maharaja of Baroda who is the Commissioner of wildlife in India he comes to see their show in Las Vegas and invoices this as almost divine white tigers were rare kind of a fluke in nature all white tigers years in captivity. Today are descended from one animal that was caught as a cub named Mohajane that began the white tiger line and it turns out the Maharajah's his family had actually had success in breeding White Tigers they had given to to the Cincinnati Zoo. There was nothing in me that wanted us so an entertainer tigers but I was pretty impressed at Royce. Commitment is dedication and certainly the care he could provide. I mean when he talked about. Bringing in White Tiger talked to building an Olympic size swimming pool for the cats air conditioned quarters so I took a gamble in ice sold them per tigers two of these tigers wind up made and Sitara female tiger gives birth to three white cubs ups and as you might imagine Roy is just over the moon those cute little tigers can trace their lineage back to mow. Oh Hahn who was bred with his daughter inbreeding that would later be controversial. Roy Roy is almost magical content. He adored. They seem to door him when he started to bring him on stage when I have three weeks old and the animal comfortable insecure when Roy was there frightening joy mo all of these animals are show. Oh business babies. They're trained not to be afraid of the stage the lights the sound the people it doesn't faze any of these animals that takes a lot of training. You're the guy that gives me all the treats. You're the guy when I wanNA play with that special toy you you bring that way. If you are my guy all the time I've learned that every time I do what you ask I get this fun amazing. Life quite of the illusion for Siegfried and Roy is that they were magically controlling. B.'s wild ferocious animals but the reality is that Oh aw there were trainers and handlers behind the scenes all the time I love Roy did have a small leash on the bigger cats typically they speaking every cat onstage would either have a handler or maybe even be secretly locked down somewhere so what's common in the industry three is they would have like a little late wire that you wouldn't be able to see from stage and they would just be anchored to the floor. Let's not forget these are still wild old animals with an instinct to kill in all the years that siegfried and Roy worked with these animals that are physically dangerous. There were never any major incidents. There were minor incidents. You Chunk of your own taken out by lion. Yes it was not a chunk of course just a free stitch. Yes we have at this time. illusion what roy changing to a lion and I opened up the cage and to make it look very four vote so I had a little wrestling with the lion and going name just got carried away. Not One of them has ever really turned on no. I guess sound very fortunate to have a good Tammy Roy. He knows that people get attacked by their tigers all the time but he thinks I'm good enough. I'm aware enough. I've done enough. I'm not going to be that person today. Does he know his name. His name was back. Do you know how far you can push him yeah so you would let him. Lick your face. You would pull his ears. You don't believe it right. You don't believe me yeah. That's been you do prove that means. He's hello everything is time yeah that's right. It's like everything animals. You can't take nothing for granted. Even if you think you know it all it's physical risk the one before that cannot entail you. The feeling is for grown tired of Nick's your face but you also have to think at the same time in one stop of his Paul. He can decapitate The focus was always the show we are about three seconds those a production meeting meeting after every show concerning sound lighting and staging and choreography because you're only as good as your next show shut us to universal laws is to magic the whole middle class educated. The uneducated magic cuts across all Alabama's Roy is in the audience with your they worked through thick and thin regardless illness injury. They are trist tonight. The whole duration of the contract variant the guys were getting up in age. Roy was nearing sixty siegfried was even older older in the staff had to be asking. How can they do this in the early two thousands siegfried and Roy while under contract attract still enjoying enormous success decide they want to cut back if you can even say that to just eight shows a week and yet every night they had very elaborate red and specific routine siegfried comes to the beer or something close to four o'clock. Roy Soon after that prepares himself mentally show. I meditate this them before the show weakling our ads. We are very simply together. You could hear the full you the breathing was like some meditative ten tricks to aw task on a normal night the show ran light clock timing menas everything from a u-turn the animal what it does there was no room for era everything was timed meticulously rehearsed and rehearsed list and it was like a fine tuned car literally communicate on state glance note of the show was high and took installed on both performers animals theater to stop it was hard show a very hard shabu the steiner those two guards. Jusu suit you stir swing by one arm out over the audience. He would reappear instantaneously somewhere else. I mean it's not real. Magic actually has to physically get there. You have to be physically fit and you have to maintain that and they both did that. Religiously it as the show went on you know the body breaks down to Roy had several knee operations secrete had some physical things to one of live vanities is that they're not as tools you think they'll therefore they wore two inch high heeled shoes an inside their head lifts so he's like being Ballerina. I suspect Orange Guy Roy's size matters for a auden because every time does something jumps up on his shoulders. There's going to be an instability tigers. GonNa realize that if I ever wanted to physically dominate this guy there'd be no problem dealing with those cats six hundred and fifty pounds a Siberian tiger tail to nose standing on your shoulders. I mean you have to have it together. What do you can't. It's not like the circus. When there's a cage age in siegfried and Roy there was no such barrier these majestic potentially lethal animals were feet away from audience members with nothing in between them pretty incredible. It was an eerie scene. Watch how close the cats were to the audience. You could see how sharp their teeth were and you could see their girth. I heard of audience members being very very nervous. Being close over thirty years doing doing shows forty eight weeks a year siegfried and Roy managed to put dozens of big cats and lions into room with people without any bars this of our walls. None of us ever felt that the public was in danger ever nor did we think that Roy was because of his knowledge college. They're not gonNA go after the audience know they wouldn't go after the audience period. No I'm desecrating blanket. They know that I would never I am anywhere. Dave would be safe and it will be only concerned about their own safety and are you from the animals consensus from you that you've been rocky during the day at booed if I'd be rock and the rock up to do my on my serve no problems that they let it out on each other. These are the and say well as bad. They go again what I tell them. Don't talk to me like this. I I am thinking of breaking news. One of the Rare Tigers Siegfried and Roy Attack Tiger Attack Roy was reporting that Horn was attacked act by one of those tigers. Thank you thank you for being here. I was with Roy on Thursday nights birthday and we had a half hour conversation about the most miraculous thing about the whole thirty years has been that he made millions of people forget how dangerous this is the greatest thing at this age. I'm celebrating celebrating and that was before that I ever worried about an accident with siegfried free royal. Yes we had considered that grim possibility when you perform the same thing forty thousand plus times sometimes there's a chance for an incident and on the night of October third of three there was an incident. That was a night right. That was just like any other. This was a show that you had done countless times and there had never ever been a hiccup. That's a story we always hear about big cat attacks tax. Oh He'd never done anything before well. Cats don't get a lot of chances to protect. The trainer usually only happens once. It's eight o'clock show and everybody is expecting the usual dazzling performance. The crowd is filing in it's about fifteen hundred people and among them are Andrew Cushman and Paul de Antonio. You got into the show I I'd say fifteen minutes before it started sat down. We were dead center right for another stage. We had good seats. We didn't know we end the best seats in the place. Andrew empowers seated at a table row F. and that's about twenty feet from the stage and remember as you can see from this photograph in the program. There is no barrier Separating the animals from these animals are right. This is dangerous. You can't look away. It's impossible. Look away because there's Tigers that are twenty twenty feet away from you on stage and the audience loved it. They just loved it. I mean because they can touch on and most of the show there's actors and actresses everywhere the animals everywhere forty five minutes show the lights. Go off and there's the spotlight. Roy weren't he just walks out just the tiger introduced the tiger yours and then said it was the Tigers first time on stage in front of an audience which we have since learned is part of the show they say that every time it's a little hello gimmicky thing to make the audience feel good and that they were special to be your best show when you you know. Monte core this show every night little showbiz a little white lie. We might call it any of these allusions. timing is everything boy kneels down puts the microphone in front of the animal space so that the audience can hear the Animal Animal Grout then Roy Scans up the tiger trump's them. Let's pause on Roy shoulders. Give against Roy introduced to manticore need to see things what he did up fifty thousand times for some reason vis time manager comes out and he misses his mark on the stage. Now there's a lot of disagreement as to what happened next and why and there is a tape of the incident but the hotel has steadfastly refused to release it. The one thing that is clear is that that night changed siegfried and Roy for upper. What happened. Was the animal got confused. MONTECOT confused fused. I've been in the situation where tiger is confused as to what he's being asked and that night that particular night something was different in Monte course course brain that then said not tonight and Roy gave him a tap on the head which is a secondary command to obey and the animal reached up with its mouth and took Roy's hand and pushed it away. The Tiger reached around to the right and grabbed his right wrist saw van. Dan immediately thought that didn't too good kind of miffed at his hand smacked at once the music abruptly stopped. Kinda got quiet at that point. I sent something was wrong. Roy knew that this was completely off script. This was way out so roy knows Majel do as you distract the tiger so he took the microphone soft rubber tip hit him in the side side of the head which you could hear because the microphone was on over the PA system the sandwiches until allows POW POW POW at some point. The tiger has to decide if he wants to listen to this person or not at that point. Roy fell over the right front paw core on his back. He fell in this day felons and then and of course I saw oh. My God Roy's trouble big trouble because we'll nothing has ever happened before. Monte core is a four hundred pound tiger and he has mercy ladies and Gentlemen Siegfried and Roy with penguins would not work in need the fear that's inherent in the Lions Tigers being on stage. You have to be mind body and spirit in that moment because if you're not you get seriously seriously hurt on the night of October thirty three those an incident. These huge tiger opens his mouth in rams away in the Roy was bleeding out on the floor. He has seconds to what really happened on stage that night. That particular needs something was different in Monte. Course Horse Brain Roy Orange now mind tumbled of him and anyone who challenges that is gonNA suffer the consequences of exposure in front of everybody the trick going wrong kind of a destroyer of the magic. I thought we'd heard the whole story until this one of the trainers. Who was there that night. Chris Lawns has come forward saying is that Roy essentially was to was he. No Free Roll here. We are this dazzling magic. Show is going along as planned siegfried and Roy are about forty five minutes into the show when suddenly something unexpected happens. Why The tiger go after Roy because it's tiger nothing stands out in my mind that said well. Maybe be that would've set the timer off. Maybe you know that kid yellen that person standing up and wave I mean I don't remember anything to that effect at all. It's like the JFK assassination. Everybody's GonNa have a theory. What happened very very very really really really step? Two fold. You chicken felt dizzy Whatever the reason Roy is now in a horrifying position. He is laying on the stage floor underneath manticore and the animal is not responding to him next thing. We knew the tiger was on top of her life. I've been under a tiger. Many times stopped. That tiger is certainly in a situation that he's never been four and they're bringing. It's all instinctual. That's when the fear kicks. Your life is in danger. The illusion was everything and so even as things went awry. You might not know something horrible. I thought it was the act summa been disarmed. It was act in a new. There is something wrong but no exactly what was going on behind the curtain. I heard some people even was laughing was a headset by I heard was he's got Roy Mandigo standing over me and local. I mean that is beautiful. Blue Eyes beavis liver computers Bush Opin Knicks True slipped around helpless and I'm the moment was thinking what what they can do. I think that was the same thing with manticore recoil. Iran straight downstate. It took me. Maybe three seconds to get there. All four handlers were out on the stage trying to get Montenegrian line. None of the people who ran out on stage were able to help and in that moment situation goes from bad to unbelievably worse. These huge tiger opens his mouth and gramps. Roy by the man it was it was devastating warriors screaming screams the noise everything to court sided he was going to decide what was gonNA happen for Himself Day. In anyone who challenges he's not gonNA suffer the consequences and it was really nothing I can do that point. I'll the only leaves when you get out of that Tiger L. It wasn't like he grabbed on this. Sisley just grabbed him by the throat and just walk off states. I mean I thought it was part of a really did when Monte core picked you up. Did you feel pain. I mean when that was happening. No you felt nothing who vision so you had no idea that you were bleeding as badly sadly as you were backstage was at hand ammonium backstage. Tokyo where people panicking absolutely a monochrome was Karen in Roy heading towards his cage. I grabbed him by the town with 'cause Monaco's stamped. He's like halfway in his case now and he's still had a hold him mm-hmm and that gave guys backstage a moment to grab fire extinguisher. Goeke that paid court dropped. Roy Roy was bleeding out on the floor. Behavioral dragging off is in my opinion a tiger who's become protective of something they want this tiger his does not see. Roy Horn as a prey item nor does he see him as a source of food he says Roy Horn is now mine. I am dominant of him. I defended her. It's morning cast saved and the quick thinking of the handlers who put their fingers in the two punctures stem stem the flow of blood and till the Repairman got here he has seconds to all we can do is wait for paramedics. He kept saying don't try. Montel down to anyone heard MONTEL optical clause. He did nothing wrong and Roy also he did nothing wrong and obviously that's what we did know. The next thing I remember is Roy being wheeled out by the paramedics and Clearing Him Gossiping for breath he's gone. He's he's gone. He's dead. The paramedics are there. They have now whisked Roy away for emergency treatment but the audience. Can you just imagine the audience. They don't even know what happened. From the moment he left stage. There was it was just complete silence until until siegfried came out and he said something to the effect that he had been injured and you know the show was canceled. I guess the first first time I really realized that this was this was real and that this guy was seriously hurt was when I walked out of the auditorium and just noticed grownups grown women crying I on their sitting at the lake on the seats at the slot machines and just sobbing and after he left somebody said I don't know I don't I know we're not all religious here but you know I think it's appropriate that we all say a prayer and everybody held hands and Brayden waited for news Tiger Airways all. It's incredibly on the way to the hospital. They encounter another crisis a train crossing so the gates are down. They can't move and they're losing precious seconds precious seconds when this man is lost so much blood breaking news in front of hundreds of fans on the Las Vegas Strip tonight one of the Rare Tigers Siegfried and Roy attached reporting that horn was attacked in the throat by one one of those tigers came to the hospital. The whole parking lot was filled with network. TV Vans rushed here. Just a little after eight twenty and since then friends family family members have been coming out here in front of the hospital hoping for some good news and they were all giving reports about whether the guy was going to survive or not county fire department it says Roy is in serious to critical condition huge amount of blood after that attack by the Tiger on stage that night in the hospital the doctors I really grim prognosis all yes for some reason. I oversaw somehow we gonNA pull it through. uh it was it was devastating. Roy's life hangs by a thread. That's it's life is hard wasn't working. He actually flatliners died. We lost vital signs song and now the future of siegfried exclude Roy and the future of Roy's breaking news one of the rare tigers and sacred roy attack born was attacked in the throat. What Tiger Bites enact we don't see that on a daily basis like a gunshot John One so you have no idea what to expect. This is an animal's mouth with razor sharp teeth to puncture wounds to the back of the neck to slash to the front part of the neck. You're talking about major blood vessels very very rapid rate of blood loss hemorrhage. The structure you worry about being compressed is the trachea which is how we get air. Yes we had operated on his neck. Where the winds were at control that bleeding within three minutes you start getting your versatile bring damage and a whole section of his brain? Appear Blood's flow stop for that's a stroke a major stroke depending on what part of the brain is deprived of blood flow and oxygen will determine what kind of consequences that stroke has for person told me he was. USC clinically dead three times and tell me you've been talk of it speaks. This is a hard. It's going to be family. We members and also a lot of fans have been coming out here in front of the hospital hoping for some good news. When did you realize there's something thing wrong here. I'm I'm really hurt as an obligation David Hello Carolyn Room experience. You had an out of body experience. Were you saw that happening to yourself. Step up to the table. I've seen your bright bright lights and follow relies but I guess you definitely mention you measured to return things. Were really touch and go there for quite awhile but never once did that man give up no never once when he came out. I had no idea really what his prognosis is going to be until the patients awake and you can examine them. We really don't want extent. What got you through that. Well your first of all the people that was such an out for of love on over here tonight secreting why hundreds of people standing in front of the hospital at the candle sense in your own brain siegfried and Roy Komo beloved in Vegas so there was just this outpouring of love and concern people just turning out writing messages of support the next morning he comes to the hospital with this music he roy had used on stage before and he plays it and he sees a tier running down. Roy's face and he says at that moment he knew that was going to survive right after the accident happens the USDA steps in and launches a massive investigation. They interviewed dozens thousands of witnesses because there were many of them. Sitting just feet from the stage with US happened along. You have said that Roy was not attacked the no it was an accident siegfried and Roy both believed that Roy had some kind of incident a small stroke in the show at that moment and fell all down and animal instinct took over and he got up straddled. Roy Lean over and pick them up the way we pick up a cub and then he picked me up and brought me to the other side of the stateful safety. You really firmly believe that Monte core saved your life absolutely and that he saved your life because you think you will already having a stroke. Even though doctors aren't sure if the stroke happened before or rafter. You're sure it happened before that is not what Chris Lawrence claims happened and Chris was right there. Chris Lawrence was an animal handler who had worked for siegfried and Roy back in the ninety s by all accounts good animal handling all the night of the accident. Chris Lawrence was working. He was in the wings of the stage watching he says that Monta Cord Mistress Mark Roy then and tried to redirect him not by walking him in a circle as is traditionally done and that Monaco are got confused. MONTOUR lunged or move toward Roy Roy slipped and fell. Chris says that Monta Onto Corps attacked Roy Chris Lawrence went public speaking out about his version of events. He went on inside edition. CAMONTE corps leapt at Roy and swiped at his legs and took him off his feet. How horrifying was that to see up close more than I can. Describe Roy's yelling. Get Him off. Get them off. Get Him off and it was right about that time that Monica bit him in the neck. Do you think this was human error that led into this tiger attack. Yes I do in his view. Monaco attacked Roy and bit him on the neck and he thinks it was because Roy made mistakes on the stage off their relationship with the animals was their magic power and Monette happened it kind of was a dent in that that missile world that we associated them with Chris Lawrence has come forward saying I hi no that Roy essentially was to blame was he no way and this story is just a cover to save the brand and save the improve. What do you say to ah well. I feel very sorry for Chris he had in his life. All these problems in an animal title was behaving as a tiger typically behaves. I feel like the semantics between the word attack and accident incident incident. Those are our language discussions more than tiger discussions. Everybody who works in business eventually the tiger will try to attack to ward of that Vaughn in that that experience with that animal. It's far more valuable to us in the fear of what possibly might happen and I love you. Give me a nice illusionists. Siegfried says his longtime partner Roy is now making the transition from survival to recovery. He's been transferred now from. Ucla Medical Center in Los Angeles during his recovery Roy allowed cameras in chartres. Push News documented his rehab back We have a guy who's fifty nine going on thirty here. He's a wiry no body fat strong aggressive competitive personality whatever therapy recovery time for Roy Moore and it'll be snap learning how to walk talk. Eat Dress chew solve if that part of the brain is no longer able to send signals to the rest of the body new pathways can be established so sometimes that function can come back. Sometimes it can't siegfried was right there by Roy side for every painful step doing it. The the Rehab is by all accounts grueling that you have had to endure. Oh really I do. Yes I have two. I have two three children. Roy Foreign Succeed Roy has left the hospital in Los Angeles and return home to Las Vegas to continue his recovery when he returned to the compound after a lengthy period away we the expect to perhaps said to be some difference with his animals. There was absolutely no difference whatsoever. I had a chance to spend some time with Roy at Little Bavaria his home in Las Vegas so every morning in every night. You'd make this walk around that. Brown's Zodiacal dismal said I take your arm. Oh no you got it and AC- actually firsthand how important those animals word to Roy zone recovery of gopher me is good for them. Siegfried has said that it was being with your animals that got you to get up and walk. That was the real motivation when you say that being with the animals is your real rehab. Are you talking physical or you talking psychological ecological both but you aren't able to roll around on the ground like a used to with them quite a bit of a setback. No I'm not GONNA give us. The siegfried has never left his side since that night that friendship they love those guys shares quite amazing liked siegfried. It's a very unusual unusual relationship you to have your brother's real progress. Re are actually more than I use lovers. I love Roy like my brother. What happens to you. How has this affected you. This man that you are so close to now. I realize how important he was. He teach me about life it gave me with his believe the strengths of my life after more than ten years of greeting visitors on the Strip the siegfried and Roy Martinez was removed. Both siegfried and Roy were wounded in this accident. It was very very difficult for siegfried. He lost part of his soul into without Roy's influence. Siegfried didn't know what poppy he was on. When Roy started to recover he took siegfried along with him and as you see them now they will next to each other secret supports. Roy Royston Sick Frank Siegfried. The act is over now. Isn't it sick food envoy. You know we are creative. Siegfried and Roy were in the moment they're both thick headed and and I mean that with love because they want. I want to accomplish what they set their mind to. What new ground can we break. Where can we put match it and the pop culture where it hasn't been before there. Are Possibilities of the two of you working together an animated circling. There's so many things still so much to do a year after the incident father of the pride premier. NBC totally inventor's father of the pride was an CGI GI animated. Show look siegfried space. It was number one in its time slot in its first show by showing thirteen. He's off the the network so the question was what's GonNa be next for Siegfried and Roy for these to the ultimate would be getting back on stage but many people wondered whether that was even possible well clearly those people did not know siegfried and Roy Loyd was like this can come and you don't realize after awhile it really got to siegfried and why they had never had a chance. It's after all those years to say bye to say farewell to their audience to their fans as it happens circumstances made that possible possible a man named Larry Rufo head announced he was going to create one of the leading centers for brain research in the country. The brain center was sort of the impetus the spark here behind their return to the stage you said was also a chance to say goodbye arc actually after the incident at the time was never right to do this and I think this is a very nice of you know. ooh It's also no coincidence that you're choosing to help out and institute that was devoted to brain injuries or clear right and all all the money goes to research here all right so in many ways this is a cause is very close to your heart rowdy close to my heart in the show was our life. Now we continue our life. They went to their warehouse with all their old props to sort of it. Look around for some ideas because remember it was six years since they had been on stage to recreate ourselves but we go right took the spirit of siegfried and Roy so they began planning but the big question was what could they still do and do imagine shows a really hard and skills up performing fades so quickly so after something like that take that long years. It's really really hard so with this show. We'll look somewhat familiar to fans hands who've seen the shows even putting on for so many years. I have to reinvent the calls brain. Yeah now see Roy have in practice for a long time and what about the animals they know better. I mean that's right then no better than us to muster the nerve to go back into a environment where you've been attacked the emotions behind. It must have been very difficult who is dropping the siegfried and Roy's names were once again in lights nerves were starting to bill and you'll be nervous of course a lot of people see it as a comeback but I see it as an opportunity to create a a different magic magic what comes from the heart finally the night is here. Vegas is buzzing. Family and friends and celebrities have come from all over the world to see these. It's a big night. A huge night see roy out there performing performing. I have download everybody. Else's is a big deal but there is a big question in the rail. Can they really pull this off. This was very chance to show that they could do their show again and to end their show on their own terms now. It's not just a magic show now. It's a magic show and it's a guy on a type. I have an announcement to make the spirit of siegfried and Roy has just arrived I think really seeing Roy in recognizing that that was him walking. I think that's really what got most of us we start. We all started bawling. What was that like for you as we watched. Roy slowly sort of unsteadily walkout to assume the stage again it really moved to you. The people got was so magic the allusion is what made Secrete Roy Great and on this night as they begin it you start to wonder do they still have the ability to deceive the audience in a delightful way. You see one of these massive majestic. Tigers Tiger that siegfried and Roy says manticore which is a dramatic really dramatic given the fact that the last time manticore shared a stage with Roy. He nearly died instead of Roy disappearing reappearing this time it was siegfried disappearing reappearing so it's like the circle of life you know. They mentioned the middle like the youth that it was unbelievable. I can't say how I raised on top of it fourteen million in the hospital so I was very proud my God secret android still he still had it. That's that's what they say. You still got it. The after this all happened at the Mirage went back to the little Bavaria compound and and the cats including manticore continued to be displayed at the secret garden at the Mirage. I hit her of the Secret Garden but I never been there. Oh my goodness it's gorgeous. Yes gorgeous so sick. Free took me on a little tour to check. CHECK IT OUT SIEGFRIED and Roy Secret Garden is a habitat at the Mirage where you can pay a tick through a turnstile and do a walking truer Volvo White Tigers. They don't consider it a Su- it's kind of this on the Vegas Strip where a lot of their animals are now living living since the show ended they have twenty cats on the people that come here and sentece divide tigers extinct device sufficient sexually owners place while you business by Taika Stutz closed up today CIPRIAN Roy obviously enjoy the quietness they still very involved halt with conservation preservation education sensuous not create Chievo for magic move. We are privileged to see now you may think the perception of the White Tiger bigger came from mattress. They made the pure white cats some sort of mythical magical. All the people became absolutely fascinated with a I can understand why see freedom we would like to rebrand and the White Tiger as the royal white tiger exit does so create this mystery around them but there are no royal white tigers. The white tiger is not a separate species. It's actually genetic mutation of gene and one in ten thousand. Regular Tigers are born with this genetic mutation that gives them this white for this blue eyes but they're not. I separate creature. It's just a tougher that happens to be white white tigers really for the most part of bread because of how they look doll about that striking appearance these inbred animals that I'll come back to morning and the first tiger that was most captive remember Mojo on that first white tiger that was captured in India. All of these tigers in these little cubs traced back to him. Bonin was read back to his daughter to try to produce this white white tiger so that's where the inbreeding came about now unfortunately because there's been so much inbreeding. There's a lot of problems with the Tigers that you now see today in captivity so ranging from a crooked backs to clip feet internal problems kidney problems there been no reports of genetic abnormalities allergies with siegfried and Roy's white tigers in fact they say they practice conscientious breeding to avoid mating tigers that are closely related and they say they stopped Breeding Tigers back in two thousand fifteen. The Poor Turpentine creek animal sanctuary has rescue dozens of cats from all over the country it and here you can see what can sometimes happen. White Tigers are inbred one. Who's kind of famous Miss Kenny that we rescued back in two thousand we was deformed in the face. A lot of them are very visibly. Cross eyed education is key. It's definitely looked down upon now the breeding of White Tigers in an effort to limit in reading in twenty eleven the ACA or the American Zoological Association band its members zoos from breeding breeding White Tigers remember. The secret garden is not zoo. It's not a member of the in a few years ago the American Zoological Association Band Breeding Animals like this to get a white tiger a white lion. What do you think of this band. They say that it's bad for the animals. Of course there's a it is not good to be bred not trick on a desk say it's not right to have animals in a confined area. It's on seven acres to secret garden and you can see they're happy that good it. It's a different world now. SEAWORLD is no longer having killer whales. Perform animals are not performing in circuses anymore more. Could you have this show today. Given the way the world is in the way. We're looking at animals still to come. I have tigers no it will be because it's different holy cow no question about when you walk out here you surprise the people people sometimes what is kind of onstage again defended. I have my lines ready for the purpose of siegfried siegfried and Roy is to instill magic and everyone they meet to see them gang here all right secrets carries these coins around with I and you'll put his hand on your wrist and produce point. Give this to someone you love you. Aw Good luck might Taika on. It's a little bit of the mythology. It's a fairytale still. This is the Hugh A-plus. Thank thank all of this in the news. If Melody have you heard if you follow it you from fading fondest dreams. Magic is the same today's at West five five thousand years ago in ancient Egypt. You know what's the same he could come from any nation. I speak any secret Roy and miss it. Do you miss the stage. No I really they don't Miss B have been stage in Vegas for forty years and we had the most successful show in the history of Las Vegas. I always wanted to please everybody everybody. You're not the audience producing everything now unsustainable get by little things you can stop up and see the flowers. I think now under happiest in my life I think it's inescapable that looking at the history of entertainment payment in Las Vegas Siegfried and Roy transform it. That's why there's two bronze statue on this trip to reflect on their contributions to Las Vegas it sort of transcended everything that Vegas has seen till then you led to Cirque du Soleil and that led to blue man group the lead to Chris Angel. All kind of pattern show off of what does Asian ratio was that I think yeah. I think it has to be okay. I don't think you're gonNA give that kind a glitzy big magic machinery with animals that that means Vegas done by anybody. I don't think there's any great attributed as magician. You're kind of storyteller at heart. Their narratives visit come join us in this magical world that we've created where everything is incredible so the when you watch these big cats onstage onstage with Roy you're transported to a fantasy world. They dedicated their lives to that allusion up literally Royce case to the brink of death. He defended the integrity of that. You want your legacy to be what do you want people to remember siegfried and Roy secret my my legacy. You can achieve episode. It's Stenmerk in-store from the dishwasher to what the secret then the lovely told Deborah there that you can achieve anything as long as you have a dream which is what they always had and they're far from retired in fact they're working on a major motion picture right now the story of their lives that's right. There is still a lot of magic left in both of them. Thanks for watching everyone. I Made Me Rohbock DOC and David Muir from all of us here at twenty twenty. ABC News have a good evening. We'll see you next week today. 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Mac OS Ken: 11.25.2019

Mac OS Ken

16:08 min | 1 year ago

Mac OS Ken: 11.25.2019

"It is Mac. Os Future iphone rumors Russia and Apple and Privacy Oh my and the view stories from the streaming stream. It's Monday the twenty fifth of November Twenty nineteen. I'm can ray and this is news from Moco West. Ken brought to you by yours. Truly and sponsored by Mint Mobile. Cut Your wireless bill that fifteen bucks a month at MINT MOBILE DOT COM Tom Slash Mac. Os can this show is also supported by people like you. Patrons through patriarch on find out more more and that your support at Patriot dot com slash Mac. Os Imagine your surprise at learning that the next pro level iphones will be faster and no right. Who'd have thought macrumors has had a gander at a note from Barclays Analyst? Blamed Curtis and his associates plane. That's not a name. It's a major appliance. Anyway a he and his return recently from tour of Apple Supply Chain in Asia. They heard a bit about iphone. Se to a bit more about iphone twelve pro which we shouldn't be talking about but apparently are on iphone se too. It's expected by the bark. Lazy and to go into production in February for an anticipated anticipated March launch. It sounds though like the only thing s. e. about it will be the price. According to the report the lower cost devices expected to resemble the IPHONE. I phone eight including four point seven inch display and touch. Id Home Button but with a faster. Eight thirteen chip and three gigabytes of Ram as for the next round of pro phones Barclays Blaine says the twelve pros are expected to sport six gigabytes of Ram up from four gigabytes. In the eleven pros the peace says the analysts. Also expect the twelve pros to feature a rear facing three D sensing and M M wave support for higher performance by G. Well it couldn't be lower than current could it though the report doesn't say I assume Mr Criticism member of Barclays Hardware analysis team. Tim Long is still the analyst following apple for the firm he's got a hold rating on apple shares price. Target of two two hundred thirty six dollars somebody may WanNa wake him. Apple is currently trading close to to sixty two apple may have a decent sized decision on the horizon the BBC's says Russia has passed a law banning the sale of certain devices that are not pre installed with Russian software software certain devices like smartphones computers and smart. TV's insert in Russia. TV watches coaches. You joke here on the surface. Russia's reasoning seem sound. Well reasonable basically smartphone on maker would be able to install the software normally installs in Russia. But it would also be required to install russian-made alternative software to the BEAM HAS OLEG NIKOLAEV CO author of the bill saying when we buy complex electric devices they already have individual applications mostly western ones preinstalled on them naturally when a person sees them they think that there are no domestic alternatives available and if alongside preinstalled applications we will also offer the Russian wants to users then they will have the right to choose C. sounds is reasonable exempt. It's Russia the peace has one industry organization dealing with personal electronics arguing that it will not be possible. Install russian-made software on some devices and that the international companies behind the gadget may leave the Russian market as a result of the law. Oh and some people are somewhat concerned about spying. The law goes into effect in July of twenty twenty. It'll be interesting to see. Well I was GONNA say it'll be interesting to see what apple and companies like it choose to do but there are no companies unease like apple. So it'll be interesting to see what apple chooses to do and now a story that fits so nicely with the last a story you might think of it as analogous to a Russian nesting doll cult Mac highlights and interview apple CEO. Tim Cook gave the ABC News wherein he talked about user privacy good news he's still for it saying stuff that he said before the CEO was quoted as saying saying we view privacy as a fundamental human right and from our point of view. I'm personally very worried. The world where nothing is private than freedom of expression just evaporates cook was not talking about Russia by the way rather he was talking about the need for US lawmakers to do something about the information being gathered used sometimes misused and often sold by the likes of Google facebook and countless other companies unease quoted in the interview saying other stop he said before the CEO said. I think we can all admit that when you've tried to do something and companies Albany's haven't self policed that it's time to have rigorous regulation and. I think we've passed that time. A couple of other quotes of note asked about statements. Lawmakers are making currently coke said. I think there's too much focus right now on fines and breakup and not enough on the data that the companies hold old that users did not make an informed decision to give to the way the CEO seems to see it if you break up the companies for their behavior without legislating against ends the behavior. You haven't done anything in cooks estimation recording the apple. CEO The time is now to have a federal privacy. Bell Cooks of privacy minded guy that is great. He's also a law and order guy. People tend Sunday like that when they liked the laws one wonders again. What apple's response to the new Russian law will be given apple's pacificist proclamations eliminations? That privacy is a human right. Consumer privacy wasn't the only thing on Tim Cook's mind when he talked with. ABC another piece on the interview from seen that had the CEO pledging his support for dreamers or people in the US under the deferred action for childhood arrivals program them he also voiced again his support for immigration reform and his support for environmental causes. The matter who was in the White House said Cook. The things I'm focused on or going to be the same more news in a moment but first a word from mint mobile The holidays time for crowded parking lots long lines and the panic. 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Deal before it's gone to get your new wireless plan for just fifteen bucks a month and get the plan shipped shipped to your door for free go to mint mobile dot com slash Moco West Ken. That's M. I. N. T. meant mobile dot com slash Mac. Os can cut your wireless bill to fifteen bucks a month at meant mobile dot COM com slash MAC OS. Ken and a big thanks to mint mobile for sponsoring this week show Ghirmay. Rambo appears to be back in business. I told you last week of the MAC developer. IOS developer and prolific Betas despite having access to his developer account cut off by apple that happened in August with Rambo apparently receiving no explanation explanation from apple as to why access had been cut off nor what he can do to get it back after months run around. Rambo went public with the issue last last week now. Download blog has rambo saying on twitter that his access has been restored quoting his twitter post. My I apple developer account issues have been resolved. That message was followed by a link to his blog which was the same post with which he went public last week. DOC The one line had been added update Twenty Nineteen November twenty. Second Apple reached out and resolve the situation. I download blogs said it reached out Rambo for comment. What it got back was next to nothing the piece I'd Rambo saying the twitter message and the blog post would have to do? The banker may be headed to the apple. TV plus vault citing unnamed sources variety says apple is delaying the film's theatrical release. which had been set for the sixth of December the same so-called insiders say the streaming release originally planned for January has also been postponed? The move comes in the wake of charges of sexual abuse and factual inaccuracy by Cynthia Cynthia. Garrett Daughter of Bernard Garrod senior. He's one of the guys whose life is portrayed in the movie the banker the abuse charges were. We're not against Garrett himself but against his son Garrett junior half brother of MS Garrett and among the producers of the film he sends been removed moved as one of the producers. Remaining filmmakers are said to be looking to all of the charges no timeline for next steps is laid out in the report. Hey have you enjoyed season one of the m night Shamlan Apple TV plus Thrillers Servant. Of course you haven't. It's not out yet that yet. It's already teed up for season two. I'm more says Shamlan confirmed. The second season is in the works during an appearance last week on the tonight. Show starring Jimmy Fallon. Let a second season is happening without the first season. Having shown isn't terribly surprising at this point I'm more points out that see not for all mankind. The morning show and Dickinson all got picked up for follow up seasons before the launch of Apple. TV plus it's kind of funny news of a servant season two as the second time Apple TV. Plus News has broken fallon. The first time was back in early. Doc Tober that's when Dickinson Star Hailee Steinfeld dropped the news that all ten episodes of her show would be available on launch day for Apple Streaming Service Service. Dickinson is the only big series so far to drop a full season at once like the rest of apples. Other big series servant will release these three episodes on its opening day Thursday. The twenty eighth of November the remaining seven episodes of season one will be released one at a time mm-hmm on subsequent Fridays and finally today a couple of shows from apple. TV plus or gaining some traction while they are if information nation from the tracking company. Real good is any good boy. Genius report has the firm running a list each week of the top twenty streaming shows in the states for the most recent week tracked the thirteenth of November through the nineteenth to of apples marquees shows made the top twenty. The Al Free Woodard Jason. MOMOA show seed just missed the top ten hitting the eleventh spot that was followed by the Jennifer. Aniston Reese Witherspoon Steve Carell billy elite credit series. The morning show at number twelve neither Dickinson nor for all mankind made the top twenty. That Dickinson didn't didn't isn't surprising as was mentioned in the last story that whole series was released and Benjamin fashion when Apple. TV plus launched on November. First hard to see why it would spike at the top twenty again until season two was released. The absence of for all mankind is a bit surprising to be honest. I that was the show. Most of the people I know were excited about but that could just be the crowd with which I run number. One on. Last week's aches list should surprise. No one the Disney plus series. That men delorean took the top spot. Not a shocker. For a couple of reasons burst Disney plus US launched on the twelfth of November with these numbers for the week after that launch. It would have been shocking if it hadn't done well the second reason the top spot for for the Mandolin isn't surprising. It's a frequent men. delorean half man half delory and I really wish I had thought of that joke myself Mac. Os can brought to you by me. Eh and sponsored by Mint Mobile. Cut Your Wireless Bill Fifteen bucks a month at meant mobile dot com slash. Josh mccown. Can this show is also supported by people like you patrons through patriotic on find out more in in your support at Patriot on dot com slash Mac. Os Advertising handled by backbeat media media online at backbeat media DOT COM. You can reach me a couple of ways INFO at Malcolm West Ken Dot Com or call seven seven one six seven eight zero four zero eight zero. We will talk again tomorrow. Breath until then that is news from Mac Os. Ken I'm Ken Ray Chow.

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Mac OS Ken: 11.05.2019

Mac OS Ken

16:55 min | 1 year ago

Mac OS Ken: 11.05.2019

"It is MAC OS. Ken Questionable Report on Questionable Analysis Apple. TV pluses headed to the movies and apple commits billions begins to a California crisis. It's Tuesday the fifth of November twenty. Nineteen I'm Ken Ray. And this is news from Mac acco West Ken brought to you by yours. Truly and sponsored by squarespace your place online get ten percent off your first purchase of a website website or domain with coupon code Moco West can at squarespace dot com slash Mac. Os can this show is also oh supported by people like you patrons through Patriae on find out more in that your support that Patriot dot com slash macos right. I'm feeling a tiny bit cantankerous. So here we go. We talk about them when the news is good so I guess we have to talk about them when the news is bad as well apple insider has word of a survey from consumer intelligence research rich partners or C. I. R. P. That shows slowing growth for the iphone user base in the US. I'm sorry didn't we know that iphone growth growth was slowing in the US. That was the whole point of focusing on services rather than number of units sold. Honestly I'm having less of a problem with C. I.. RPG's survey than I am apple insiders. Take on it. Questionable analysis claims. US iphone user. Base growth has stalled as the apple insider the headline. Then there's apple insiders assertion that iphones revenue decline of nine percent last quarter versus the same quarter a year earlier was a slight drop in iphone revenue. A nine percent decline is a slight drop. Really sure it was made up by improvements in other areas says apple insider points out but a nine percent drop in anything from one year to the next is not what I'd call slight. Okay maybe we should go to the C. I. R. P. Numbers Quoting Apple Insider and report from C.. P. Apples continued growth of iphone. Sales in the United States is slowly grinding to a halt with minimal sequential quarter improvements over the last year. It is estimated. Apple's iphone install base in the United States reached two hundred four million units for the September quarter. wikipedia defines install base as a measure of the number of units of a product or service. That are actually early in use especially software or an internet or computing platform as opposed market share. which only reflects sales over a particular period? There are according to Siri just over three hundred twenty seven million people in the US now account for individual people carrying more than one iphone if two hundred four million people in the states each have an iphone that would seem to leave apples communicators sitting pretty at sixty two percent of the US less population. But it's that sitting part that tends to annoy quoting. CRP Apple added the fewest number of iphones owns to the US. Install base and a quarter and six years both quarterly and annual growth of slow to the lowest levels since we started tracking iphone sales and retirement ends in two thousand twelve so not growing necessarily though not shrinking either in CRP's estimation quoting owning apple insider the trend toward keeping old phones longer protects the size of the install base however crp ads with older. iphones kept active and preventing switching from Iowa to android though platform. Switching in. Both directions is doubt what really seems to bother. Apple insiders the fact that C. The irs is estimating since apple stopped giving out sales numbers. Though at this point CR has to estimate either that or find a new line of work. When I find amusing slash annoying is the change? In attitude exhibited by apple insider the piece headlined Questionable Double Analysis Claims. US iphone user based growth has stalled includes the passage. CRP's results are based on a survey of five hundred US apple customers emerged. Who purchased an IPHONE IPAD or Mac between July and September? This is a two small pool base general ownership trends in the US. US while I might be inclined to agree apple insiders seem less concerned by the size of that pool a couple of weeks ago on the twenty fourth of Doc Tober. The site ran a piece under the headline iphone. Eleven grabs twenty percent of third quarter. US iphone sales in just two weeks. That peace was based on the survey from who was it oh right consumer intelligence research partners or CRP it included the passage the report pulled five hundred US apple customers. Who purchased an IPHONE IPAD? Mac or Apple Watch between July and September of this year. We talk about them when the news is good. We talk about them when the news is bad. Should we not treat them with the same level of deference both times. Also why are we fretting over this wearables services Yada Yada Yada apple even made up that slight drop. So what's the worry if you're having trouble activating your free year of Apple. TV plus there's apparently a code for that macrumors doc. Rumors says apple appears to be passing out redeem codes to people eligible for the one year free trial. Who can't seem to make it go? According to the report the trial is supposed to be offered to users who launched the Apple. TV APP on qualifying apple device. However reports on Friday suggested that many customers aren't seeing any sign of the trial they're entitled to what's Weird is mind worked flawlessly like even more flawlessly than the macrumors description? I access the programming through my apple. TV which I bought over a year ago. It asked if I wanted to start the free trial for which I was eligible. Thanks to my having recently purchased an iphone. Sorry I don't remember the exact word that I had an issue or suspected that others might. I might have noted the verbiage Irby edge for me though bit just worked. How do you get your code? Step one hold your horses. macrumors says some people experiencing trouble activating the trial on Apple. Mobile devices have reportedly had better luck visiting. TV DOT APPLE DOT COM on on a desktop web browser and logging in using their apple. ID credentials if that doesn't work then you'LL WANNA contact apple support. What about getting your TV party started speaking a witch? I asked on Mondays. macos can what you were watching and what you thought of it. John D wrote in to say my wife and I have watched the first two episodes of C. N. four all mankind. We thoroughly enjoy both shows. I see where the stories can continue and grow especially for all mankind. We don't binge-watch that's why only two episodes so far Richard Gunter of at the home on. podcast hit me up on twitter with his list for all mankind. Good the morning show. Great the elephant queen wonderful wonderful kind of the lion. King meets BBC Earth. We looked at each other a few times and said circle of life nerd. You'd finally George C.. wrote some fairly end up thoughts elephant queen beautifully. Shot in the story is very interesting. I would recommend for all ages. Although there are brief scenes of dead and dying animals ghost writers. I watched three episodes of this program and I thought it was quite good. Although although it appears to be a less scary rip off of Stranger Things I would recommend this program for all ages for all mankind. I watched the three episodes available the the first week I thought this show was excellent and the acting was first rate. The story that the Soviet Union beat us to the moon and the problems and solutions arising from that were very very believable. Although the sets was minimal several F bombs were dropped so I would not recommend this show for children so says George Review Lines are open. I am happy to hear from you. What do you like on Apple? TV plus what do you dislike. Drop me a line INFO INFO AT MONACO WISCON- dot Com or hit up my voicemail. Seven one six seven eight zero four zero eight zero while I have not been excited about every title announced from Apple. TV plus the ones. I have been excited about have really excited me high. Hi On that list as the Anthony. Mackie Samuel L. Jackson film the banker based on a true story says and gadget. The banker tells the tale of Bernard Ghar are and Joe Morris respectively played by mackey and Jackson who are teaming up after their marvel. Cinematic Universe exploits. The entrepreneurs developed a bold. You plan to create a real estate and finance empire during the fifties and sixties with the aim of helping other African Americans pursue the American dream the subject matter is exciting cast is exciting and yes the trailer out. Yesterday is exciting anyway. It is if you're into wit which I am. You can see the trailer for yourself on Youtube. The banker will hit theaters on the sixth of December and Gadget Says it'll land on Apple. TV plus sometime in January more news in a moment but first a word from squarespace. Ace Your Place Online. If you've been kicking around an idea for a site or an idea for which you need a site stop kicking it around and kick it off instead head with squarespace when I started Mac. Os Ken. I had no idea how to build a website true this I still don't not from scratch but I do know how to build the site with squarespace. I love squarespace for the beautiful templates. For the ease with which I can customize those templates blitz but the biggest I love squarespace as it gives me control of my place online. See what it can do for you. Go to squarespace DOT COM slash Mac. Os can for a free trial. And when you're ready to launch us the offer code mce West. Can this save ten percent off your I purchase of a website or domain. I am a big fan of squarespace. Find out why. Start Your free trial. And when ready to launch us the offer code Mac. Os Candice Eight ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain at squarespace dot com uh-huh slash MAC OS. Ken and the big thanks to squarespace for sponsoring this week. Show apple shares. Keep on keeping on Mac Daily News. Did its Daily News deal on Monday. Telling the world that apple shares at once again hitting new Intra Day and closing highs shares at a record high of two hundred fifty seven dollars and eighty five cents. They ended the day just shy of that rubbing at two hundred fifty eighty seven dollars and fifty cents apples putting a couple billion dollars toward an ongoing California crisis tech crunch the company announcing on Monday that it will commit two point five billion dollars toward easing the California housing availability and affordability crisis according to the piece the the investment includes a one billion dollar commitment to an affordable housing investment fund. One billion dollars toward a first time home buyer mortgage Assistant Fund and three three hundred million dollars in apple own land which will be made available for affordable housing. But wait. There's more the piece goes on to say that the two hundred million dollars will go to support new lower income housing in the bay area including by way of a one hundred fifty million dollar bay area housing fund with with partners like housing trust Silicon Valley. This will consist of long-term forgivable loans and grants another fifty million dollars will be directed toward vulnerable. Oh populations specifically to address homelessness in the Silicon Valley area. But wait. There's no sorry that's about it for now. How did there may be more down the road or up the road tech crunch says the company will is similar efforts in northern California? One assumes they I mean the San Francisco area and southern California one assumes they mean Los Angeles that address homelessness and making the announcement Apple Said said community members like teachers firefighters. First responders and service workers are increasingly having to make the difficult choice to leave behind the community. They have long called home home. Nearly thirty thousand people have San Francisco between April and June of this year and homeownership in the bay area is at a seven been year low quoted in the announcement apple CEO. Tim Cuckoo said before the world knew the name Silicon Valley and long before we carry technology technology in our pockets. Apple called this region home. Then we feel a profound civic responsibility to ensure it remains a vibrant place where people can live. You've had a family and contribute to the community. Affordable housing means stability and dignity opportunity and pride when these things fall out of reach for too many we know the course we're on is unsustainable Annapolis committed to being part of the solution and and finally today. If you're in or around London this weekend you might pop into an apple event to SCOPE. Some of the city's talent I'm more says apple is putting on. They made an L. D. N. showcase that'll show off some of the best of the made an L. D. N.. Today at apple creative sessions run earlier this year on those apple says thousands of young people from across the capital came together to express themselves guided by inspirational creatives. They showcase talents awesome photography art design music and more. Now they're being showcased again. The event will run this this Friday the eighth of November through Sunday. That tends at forty nine fifty Poland Street in London. More information and reservations are available on Apple Site Moco S. Ken brought to you by me and sponsored by squarespace get ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain with coupon code. Moco West can at squarespace dot com slash rush macro West can. The show is also supported by people like you patrons through Patriot on find out more in that your support port that Patriot dot com slash Mac. Os can advertising handled

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S2 E50: RapKids Part 1: Sam Vines

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

21:46 min | 1 year ago

S2 E50: RapKids Part 1: Sam Vines

"The actual chase yes searched we'll give you the walls too became spring I knew and then claw your face off in your flashed holding together for that for anybody who wants to look at that male female or non binary so head on over to bonfire dot com slash holding the highline pids bizarro season the thing that I wanted to touch on for those of you who did not see all or whom are not avid listener listeners of extra time at mls soccer dot com you who brought in the shirt sizes are available from extra small all the way through three X. L. Those are Unisex sizes they've got sizes sizing guide or Dot Com backslash holding the highline Pids bizarro season that's all with the dashes and then backslash at the end of that The campaign will run himself as the starting left back under then conor Casey who is still the interim head coach of the rapids. I talk to Sam about his soccer journey discovering a soccer ball that we have mentioned in previous episodes Tonight I'll be talking with Sam vines this segment was recorded back in late July Sam had already established or bonfire campaign that we wanted to do making shirts to commemorate the twenty nine thousand nine Colorado rapids bizarro season. The campaign is now officially live rapid's fans and welcome to another episode of holding the High Line with Rabbi and read my name is Matt Pollard I am coming to you on the evening of Monday so I gave mark the week off I've got two things that I want to touch on and then we will get to part one of a three part series the rap kids aw aw hello if you would like to get one of those shirts we got some pretty positive feedback that people were actually interested and this is a nice little experiment it's an alternative to the mugs that we have and then the growing up and playing the game in Colorado Springs how he came to the rapids some US national team stop and a bunch of other fun stuff so I hope you enjoy that so we running it live on about three hours ago from when I'm recording and you can go to that you can get to the campaign by going to bonfire DOC Tober fourteenth two thousand Nineteen Rabbi will not be joining me tonight it is the off season the rapids are not in the playoffs and even if they were the playoffs hasn't started yet through it's a rapid if you will and then it's got the Bizarro season highlights on the back of the shirt as well we did take a few of your suggestions so thank you very much to those of you the black option and then there's an ice blue kind of the the light blue rapids blue color that you have it says holding the highlight on the front holding the high line with Rabbi and read twenty nine stuff lots of playing and coaching for the kids so I would encourage you to go check that out if you WanNa reminisce about the good old days of Pablo Mastroeni and maybe him reflecting content from the guys and I hope that you enjoy that but I've got two things that I want to touch on briefly first of all past couple of shows mark and I have alluded to and the post show for the US national teams seven nil victory over Cuba in the nation's League so good to see the Pablo's getting out of the house and doing things on through November third and then if we sell a number of shirts to meet the limited bonfire has then the hopefully ship by November the twelve they are twenty dollars in one thousand nine hundred you know I thought he was effective in terms of what he did I wouldn't say that he's a media person based on his disdain that he had at times for the media assode one which is Sam fines this week and then in the next coming weeks probably next week in the following week a coal Bassett and then Sebastian Anderson and that order really really good evergreen we have a master any citing Pablo is on extratime last Thursday with bobby war side and other resident demon lover and then Susannah Collins talk generally about some US national team because mark and I have a very very funny humor I come in four different colors they call it cardinal but it's the closest thing that they had to burgundy those kind of a light grade gene bizarro season it's got gotta see it's got you guys going for a ball with one of them slide tackling because mark and I loved kids and then to mountains with kind of a river flowing a healthy way about what went wrong and the twenty seventeen season that ultimately led to his dismissal from the club and he was also on a club and country for the pre show when I was covering the team and certainly when he was player and head coach for the rapids but it's nice to see him doing something getting out of the House and I'm curious to see what's next for pop oh you know the head coaching job for the rap was probably his dream job unless maybe he wanted to take the US national team job he did do some brief things with Gary Smith in Nashville that front you know he's got enough relationships built up in amongst other people in mls who either are in a coaching role or who are in Phil might have been last year maybe the year before obviously has that relationship from the two thousand ten season but I'm not really sure what's next for Pablo on a front office role but I'm not sure if that's what he wants the timing or the opportunity is going to be right and I think in the few years that he's been out of work I think analysts is definite really really good teams or you have to have some significant foreign or international experience and clearly Mastroeni doesn't have that he alluded to in the interview some of the things gently up the ante on what the expectations are for a new head coach so I think you know it's definitely above to where you know Robin Frazier had to be an assistant on a couple of what he's learned so I'd be curious to see what's next opportunity looks like or what he would be looking for I'm not sure that it's anything more than an assistant coaching Gig Working for a guy where he already has a relationship so then maybe that networking gets him a little bit of an but then rapids twitter was having some fun with thinking that the is things usually happen in threes Anthony Hudson started a podcast mark neither bantered about that last week master any was on an episode I was joking that maybe conor Casey probably people suggested that a Oscar should he get the US nat- or not the US national team job excuse me the opportunity the open head coaching job at Orleans was with FC Dallas won a couple of trophies but not an MLS club mls cup kind of maxed out with that team in terms of what he was going to be able to win in the but in my fan fiction would be starting his own podcast where he'd be interviewing other balls and having a beer with them about and talking about football and then a couple of other Salihi regarding a non American non native English speaking coach taking the national job or not even being considered for relatively roster turnover and being very up and down in League Amax they're not one of the old guard blue buds blue bloods they haven't won a trophy since two thousand the club in terms of results in terms of roster and that's an opportunity that's a job where if he does something really good he'd be looked at more seriously for a head coaching so Sam taking back when was your first memory of discovering a soccer ball city sc than certainly he would be invited back onto extra time for an interview US Cabrera former Colorado rapids manager left the club under precarious circumstances that I won't recount here for him to hang around and then maybe springboard off into a better job and I'm not sure the Orlando job right now is anything more than a lateral move or maybe even a step down to complete the three former rapids managers appearing in a podcast capacity but any case that's all the stuff that I have for you this week for him but I'd be curious to see if these if Casey or Paret do make an appearance on any form of soccer podcast in the future ready with that position I think it was pretty clear after what happened with the US national team that US soccer's made their statement implies job for a national team in central South America he definitely be on the radar for l. tree should something happen regarding Tulsa Martinos jobs secure nope rattling made a move that he thought was good for his career whether or not he'd even be interested in the Orlando job given their situation financially and kind of that they've been media and then he's now coaching Tijuana in league Max Their Table Right now club Tijuana's normally Ben a pretty chaotic team in terms of owning over coach pretty much every single two years so you have to win regularly where for club Tijuana just being anything other than chaotic and in the top half of the table and the Max's probably good heart series the rap kids my interview with Sam Vines from back in late July we'll see next week probably with part to my interview with Basset we'll see you then folks casts and then also on my twitter feed include Lincoln the show notes for those of you who can't find it at well without further ado here is segment one of a three love and that was the day finished first and leak and the APP mature back in two thousand twelve so Pablo's excuse me now Pablo Oscar has brought some stability the hostages as by lighten loves soccer was a social activity thing folks go on head on over to bonfire dot com slash holding the highline pizarro season we did tweet out the link had that pinned to at rapids ninety six Z. Z. so for that and then young miss he might be sissies for few days please amazed at how American soccer from a development standpoint has evolved in terms of what we knew five years ago ten years ago when doubt Marxism away it's kind of funny you mentioned score goals you've been outside back you know what either going the car wreck the okay

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Mini jail deal is done at last!

The big d zone

19:49 min | 1 year ago

Mini jail deal is done at last!

"Dollars there's a ton of money in this bill for people who need it but what we're doing now is every special. Interest Group in town is trying to get a little bit more nickel and diming at a time when people are dying literally. Dying businesses are having to make a decision. Do I send my employees on unemployment or DA? Hope the Congress can act so that I can keep them on the payroll. I tried to do my part in terms about partisanship. But this is ridiculous. Steven Mnuchin has done a good job. I appreciate his efforts to negotiate a Bill. That will help America. Senator McConnell says we're on the two yard line I believe it. The problem is that there's twenty people playing defense and we need to take some people off the field. What bothers me? Is that this late hour. Abs- still getting calls from people wanting more money. This is not the last bill we will do. But this is the last chance we have to save some lives in real time so I am encouraging the president begging the president to end negotiations. Now right what we have done and less vote and if it's not perfect we'll try to fix it later but it is damn good. There's money in here to help people in small business who had to close because they know customers. Maybe we can change the containment policies but it needs to be based on science states now are sheltering in place anything. The president does to try to open up the economy. Count me in if it's based on sound science it needs to be conditioned space. I want to leave Afghanistan like everybody else but it's got to be conditioned spaced so I think world way from beating this disease I want to bomb it. I want to start it and I want to kill it but right now I want to get money. Paychecks up and running that have been shut down no fault of your own so if you own a bar or restaurant in Arizona are South Carolina if we can pass this bill you can go to a bank a Credit Union and you can borrow money that we will forget. That will be alone. It'd be a grant for your employees up to eighty thousand dollars per employee. You can borrow money which will become a grant to pay the rent which just need to pass the bill. If you're on the unemployment in South Carolina the most you can get us three hundred twenty six dollars a week. We had six hundred dollars to that if we pass this bill to the hospitals on the front line. There's a ton of money to help. You was supply shortages on the medical side to the nurses and doctors. There's money there for you. Elective surgery has been banned in some states that loss of revenue we to help hospitals who are losing revenue is all in the bill if you have student loan debt. We defer all payments. I think DOC Tober can't remember is in there. That's good for you. It takes one rock out of your sack that you gotta carry. It relieved your burden. Pass the Damn Bill stop negotiating. Enough is enough. This has been going on for two days like everybody else in the country. I have lost my patients with the political process or being nickel and dime. Now the big stuff. We've got pretty well right. And if it's not perfect we can fix it later but we need to vote tonight and the reason I'm on the floor is I've been called but two democratic colleagues in the last five or six hours wanting more money. The store is closed. Mr President and negotiations requires the vote draft. The bill do it tonight. There's ten billion dollars in this bill a two trillion dollar bill. That may do more good than any ten billion dollars in the bill in terms of defeating the corona virus. Everybody says we're war. Senator Days you agree or war with this far. We're at war okay. How do you WANNA war? I want to starve the virus. Starve the enemy. If we will practice good containment policy and stop going to the beaches and interacting with each other irresponsible way. We'll start the bars because it needs human transmission to survive so containment policies. Well practice will starve. The virus therapies. Bomb the virus. The Anti Malaria drugs are hope they work. But therapies are in the pipeline that can take the virus from ten to one or two so as not so fatal bombing. The virus is there -peutic drugs that lesson. The mortality rates killing it is a vaccine or an antibody that will get to the underlying problem Senator Danes as a one man band try to accelerate the ability to produce virus. That is the nuclear bomb to kill this damn thing so we have ten billion dollars in this bill. Thanks to Senator Danes that will tell the drug companies who are in the business of creating vaccines and antibodies. Do Your Trials. But if there's any promise start production and we will cover you. If a dry hole we'll pay the cost but if we striked oil we'll all benefit that ten billion dollars is going to allow drug companies. Who are in the Barras destruction business creating vaccines and antibodies. Money to start production of anything. That is promising. A dual system. Here's one we turned the corner when affections go down nine up when therapies begin to degrade the virus and win a vaccine is on the horizon. That's when we've turned the corner the money in this bill will accelerate turning the corner. So I want to thank Senator Danes and my good friend from South Dakota presiding. Who's been a governor who understands give and take getting to yes. Nobody does a better job of getting to. Yes then our presiding officer both of you from the part of the world the Big Sky Country and where you have to live off the land where neighbor helps neighbor. Well we need that attitude in this body. The store needs to close Mr President and Negotiations. Right the bill unless vote and the reason we need. The boat is because people are suffering and literally dying Senator Danes. Can you tell me what it's like in Montana right? Now senator from Montana Senator Graham. Thank you for joining me. This is Chris. Dj Finally some good and the myth of all this chaos than small many gel imprisonment in an APP to my declaration of Victory Countries remaining frame in the midst of all this chaos but finally some good new D. Two trillion dollar stimulus package have been passed by while The deal had been passed by the Senate They're supposed to be voting on this later today as the past to thin it but it had to go to yet another voted like. Oh my God but the house is expected to pass the bill. The president is expected to sign it. So that the Americans who are working and I don't know what what the deal is going to be about. Four people on social security or or at anything like that but I also people who like myself again food. Stamps are GONNA get extra help already because I've received the email few days ago that Because of this Tragedy that we are going to be the thieving esther food. They have their thought. If we're not gonNA from the The stimulus then at least food stamps is going to get help. Sal Thank God could Probably would have some of the storm maybe not much but we go to some of the storm and maybe not that much. But you know it's a it's going to be something to go to Sam's Club. I might have to wind up going to go a fan club and I wanted to renew my membership but now probably my beated. Better time to do sell Probably after I pay my rent and thematic not going to be cut off. Matthew is part of the money to a new club you know go ahead and get them a fan club purchase because what the limit is really you know not truly freedom at n n you know when a study day long stretch you know but I mean there's only so much apartment to just walk around thought I'd be in the same place outside that's like wow but nonetheless I'm doing my part but then again I'm already been doing my part because before it was just economic side that just Heard I mean now I'm pulling the whole rest of the country on film you know abundant the whole rest of the country. Don't power than you know. I'm already in apartment. Locked up by myself of Eddie and you know so I can say what I want with a podcast because I'm already I'm already did they. Because even though I don't like it the only time I be around people usually because the church going to the store when I used to travel freely now but hopefully by between April and Easter you know we could get through this. We can be path this thing by now. The president wants to get the country back on mark in order by Easter. Hopefully that could be done hopefully hopefully and said you know cookie changeable deep but he says special time you know East at the time to worship God is the time that Jesus rose from the dead and I kind of know why he picked that time because America could. Rise by from the ashes could rise back from this uncertainty. I see I knew why. President trump picked eater deeds. Covi- from the Dead Tho- KC arrived from this terrible situation. I the the correlation between trump picking Easter. And you know when he wanted to bring the country back to freedom status again now. Yeah I could see that I could see that like I say I've been having a love. Hate relationship with the president for the past few First Year in office though and the thing is I'm GONNA wind up being on the road to voting for him. Yeah even with a love relationship that I have. I might be on the verge voting for him thou- even all this turmoil suffering losing our freedom for a while you know but anyway anyhow so I just wanted to give you this update. They finally had. They finally have a deal with way to nine. I couldn't find anything on told this morning. I was like wow whereas is everything. Did they add a deal that they had a deal? Like what the heck is going on though finally found out about the the deal and Fight now farther farther says One thousand two hundred dollars go to. I think it's like a family or I know. Five hundred dollars going to go to kids something like that then. It should be indifferent Reports that is coming out about the stimulus deal and the markets have been Receiving the news very well and hopefully the stock continues to go up. Still be You know being a bad situation again. Though other that there hasn't been news to report About the stimulus pan. And if I hear anything about the devote I will be bringing it to you and I will be update on this very program on this him. Biggie country thou- we still don't know the detail know you know If I'm going to be with the be about but food stamp on definitely GonNa get help but that thank God Thirteen dollars not enough with this With this specially whether enough for what I was only able to get. I mean that flew by in a weekend long and there's some days of the month of some of the twenty eight days Feb February Sunday had thirty one. Day must have been It's been long. I mean our happen long and also the weather part of the money to like you know if you wanted to golf. I sometimes we can neglect. Because it's been what we had like seven inches of rain from like that and we keep having Flood warnings and watches. And everything like that. It's if it's craziest literally out to recruit. We don't need no more rang hollow. We don't need no more rain. No More Rain J. Blige know much drama. We don't need no more rain. I want to get direct a mania if I can play. I'm GonNa get to mania man you know I wanna I wanNA do special many show. GonNa play play like some of the throng the thought that the NFL that the Participants but I may do like I did last year That I did many of play the songs of the winners of each match. If and the I'm thinking. But the forest the petitioners concern. Wrestlemainia IS GONNA be in the two nine format and I believe there's eight matches the two nights that's GONNA be I'm going to have to come back and forth within the past tonight like one night. I'll do are set in night out. Do another set to talk about a Hawaiian style. Hopefully there will be no more news about the code drivers except for these adults on the boat. Hopefully while the president wants the bill buying immediate elite meaningfully. Hopefully he can find it today again. Honest today could find it today. Thou- new Americans will be getting help and all that good stuff because I'm tired of seeing people hurting. I'm hurting I am. I mean literally tired a little tired and then my body is reacting like. I'm getting deeper at night off and on and sometimes I've been cramps a little bit but I don't know of a stress because they're thought I don't even now I don't even know anymore thou- but regardless there is good news finally finally and did you hear about the apartment building in Chicago where at the quarantine stay at home. Order as in place In a majority of around the country there was an apartment building that will thing in Bon Jovi's Living on a prayer and I have been playing the song That I did one of the Mini jail series and So but the thing is when I started playing Living on a prayer and that's when they did the news of the apartments I duNno right mind thinks alike out. No I really don't know so anyway if you want to be interviewed on the big D down. I'm looking for a guest to appear on the program. If you will like to share your laptop stories get out ended out. I mean if you have cabbage like I do. I can't wait to. I can't wait to start planning again. I gotta get my passport. I gotta get my passport. Oh Yeah so anyway. I know anyway. DJ Into you on big D own at g mail DOT COM interview on big deals on at L. DOT com. I for the citizens the big De Conti simple you know thou- anyway ennio remember. Bakti country is always open. Picky country remained free. And you're always going to be entertained whether you laugh you know whether you whether you You know have a good time. I mean I you know I'd like to maybe people have. I don't know what it is. You know. Some people like to talk or some people like the way parts nailing. I don't know what it is but it did happen it. Just it just happened so anyway This is Prestige Day. We are still picky country. I don't know if I should go back to my thing or not. I don't know because much of two thousand much twenty twenty already taint and I mean this is almost like the last two years of eighteen eighteen nineteen whatever was. I don't even know anymore but we're still big country song. Thankfully cool. Were heads prevailed in thin it in yet the Senate the Senate the health or whatever was 'cause say thankfully cooler heads prevail in Congress. I should say get the people confidence back up and they will offer you. Give people confidence back please? Plea COUNTRY OVER PARTY PEOPLE OVER party people over party again people over party pay.

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A new threat group, Avivore, is called out in the Airbus hack. Ransomware and VPN exploit warnings. EU tells Facebook to take down some content, everywhere. Spearphishing ANU. SandCats bad opsec.

The CyberWire

20:01 min | 1 year ago

A new threat group, Avivore, is called out in the Airbus hack. Ransomware and VPN exploit warnings. EU tells Facebook to take down some content, everywhere. Spearphishing ANU. SandCats bad opsec.

"WHO's been hacking aerospace firms context security suggests new Chinese threat actor Abbas for the FBI issues. Iran somewhere alert the NC SC warns of active exploitation of vulnerable VPN's the EU issues a sweeping take down order to facebook US US senators ask facebook about deep fakes spearfishing at the Australian National University Fire. I may be for sale and the sand cat. Threat Group shows poor. You're upset and now a word from our sponsor. Observe it it the greatest threat to businesses. Today isn't the outsider trying to get in. It's the people you trust the ones who already have keys your employees. Contractors and privileged alleged users sixty percent of online attacks are carried out by insiders the stop these insider threats. We need to see what users are doing before. An incident occurs this observant enabled security teams to detect risky user activity investigate incidents in minutes and effectively respond with observe it. You know the whole story dory get your free trial at observant dot com slash cyber wire. That's observe the letter the letter T. dot com forward slash cyber cyber wire and we thank observed for sponsoring our show funding for this cyber wire podcast it is made possible in part by bug crowd connecting organizations with the top security researchers pen testers and white hat hackers in the world to identify ten times more vulnerabilities. Vince scanners or traditional pen tests learn more about how their award winning platform provides actionable insights like remediation advice to help fix faster while methodology driven assessments ensure compliance needs are met at bug crowd dot com brought the cyber wire studios at data tribe. I'm Dave Bittner with your cyber wire summary for Thursday doc. Tober third two thousand nineteen in a year where crowds strike find cybercriminals more active than state-sponsored hackers. Chinese intelligence services assists have been taking a leading role in industrial espionage. Someone and most signs point to China has certainly been poking into the networks of aerospace companies and their suppliers. Pliers Airbus is the most prominent of these firms that have been so prospected the company disclosed in January that business systems at its Commercial Aircraft Division Vision had been hacked and that data had been improperly accessed last week Asians France Press citing security sources reported that the company had continued tinge to sustain security incidents several of which affected its suppliers among them the British engine manufacturer rolls-royce the French Technology Consultancy Z. Expo and two other unidentified French company's most of the speculation about specific attribution has turned to abt ten also known as Stone Panda and which crowd strike earlier last month associated with the challenge in Bureau of the Ministry of State Security. MSS For short other researchers thought the attackers most likely to belong to Jiangsu Province Ministry of State Security Jay SSD for short the US Department of Justice has indicted indicted members of j SSD in the past for hacking and the group has a special interest in aerospace companies but the London based security firm context hexed believes a different threat actors responsible in fact context believes. It's found a previously unremarked threat actor. That's engaging in living off the land as it. The Island hops across targets in the aerospace supply chain. They've given the group its own name observateur that is eater of birds which seems apt for something that preys on the aerospace sector context acknowledges that there are some similarities among albacore and both J. SSD and Stone Panda but they've concluded that the tactics techniques and procedures infrastructure and tooling observed differ significantly and that while they can't rule out the involvement of the other two groups it seems likely to them that Omnivore represents a different organization the group's attacks display good op sec and the researchers note in particular the the group's attention to removal of forensic artifacts a sign of its desire to remain as obscure as possible contrast this with these somewhat willful noisy -ness of some mother state actors fancy bear broke onto the scene for example with considerable clot not seeming to care a great deal whether it was detected or not and that was a matter are of style not incompetence whoever omnivore is the group is probably Chinese probably state directed and almost certainly concerned with industrial. It'll espionage. Israel is a major player in the cyber security ecosystem with significant research and innovation originating in that country. It's also a hot market for venture capital. You'll lighters doff heads up. VC company Y El Ventures Israel is the number to country in the world in terms of cyber security experts and that's just one measurement outfits number two naps the numbers in terms of number of startups cybersecurity startups. It's also number two in terms of venture capital funding in cybersecurity and that's especially impressive since Israel only has about eight million people you know much fewer than than what the US has many other countries have the total amount of funding for Israeli cybersecurity companies across all all stages grew twenty two percent from twenty seventeen to twenty eight eighteen twenty eighteen we had over a billion dollars actually one point three billion total funding for for security startups in Israel and as I mentioned that is number two on in the world also twenty nineteen we have sixty six six new companies are founded in Israel in cybersecurity which is growth of ten percent over twenty seventeen. the average seed rounds. Are you're getting bigger so three point six nine in two thousand eighteen up from three point three million in two thousand seventeen most of the the new companies are in emerging fields. Dell's meaning in in Israel meeting completely new field fiber security which is very interesting because it's not more of the same but rather we're seeing lots of new lots of new innovation now you compare that with any other region in the world and these stats are extremely impressive. I I mean especially the the absolute numbers of dollars invested in number companies you don't really have that anywhere in the world except for the US and think what about you know all the different regions in the US where cybersecurity is is strong like Virginia Corridor Silicon Valley Boston all these areas Israel is a very very small place so you can get from one end to the other in terms of you know what's interesting in in in the security industry within about an hour yard when you look around at the state of things when it comes to investing in cybersecurity. Where do we find ourselves ourselves today. This is a very exciting time to be in cyber security. I think it's one of the highest growth sectors in venture capital overall It's it's driven by by many factors. I mean I could a you know first of all the movement to the cloud is is really really are increasing the security concerns that organizations have and therefore their budgets another one is is Iot Internet of things. We're expected to triple the number of Internet of things by twenty twenty five to about twenty two billion devices and a lot of them aren't unprotected enough security spent worldwide is is over one hundred billion a year now and that's and that's growing year-over-year. I think by twenty twenty one we're going to be at one hundred thirty three brilliant according to Gartner the cost of cybercrime is is was about six hundred billion in twenty seventeen in his is much tire now. you know the number of data breaches. That's a big driver. I'm sure you've seen a lot of that. I mean we've gone from about eight hundred twenty fifteen to to about sixteen hundred in two thousand seventeen that's just two years doubling of the number of regents insecurities now at atop a topic in in boards of directors of course there's a big shortage of cybersecurity professionals about three million people that are needed worldwide and so you know all these are driving demand for cybersecurity and of course the business we're in is investing in cybersecurity startups that are meeting meeting this demand so I mean our whole goal and reason for for existence zero to supply the world with with some great solutions in in our case the solutions originated in Israel which the number two exporter in the world in terms of security solutions so that's that's the world worrying. That's Yo have lighter stuff of why L. Ventures there have been some official warnings of cyber threats in both Britain and the US the US US FBI has issued an alert that ransomware represents a high impact threat the bureau urges victims to report the incident to their local FBI field office and it strongly recommends that no one pay the ransom doing so at this point is simply fueling the bandit economy that keeps ransomware and circulation the UK's National Cybersecurity Center Warns of Pervasive Exploitation of widely used VPN's. They're not scrubbed VPN's either but rather the products of respected vendors genders pulse secure Palo Alto networks and fortinet both British and international organizations are being targeted in the NC SC says the victims include clued government military academic business and healthcare organizations. They advise everyone using the affected VPN's apply the latest patches and all three vendors enders have them and reset their authentication credentials. The New York Times reports that the European Court of Justice ruled today that national courts may order facebook facebook to take down and restrict access to content globally the case originated with an Austrian Green Party politician who requested removal of unflattering comments an unnamed individual had posted to a personal page. The plaintiff allege that three bits of content were impermissible objectionable specifically. She objected to trader of the People Corrupt Claude and fascist. The decision is sweeping and we'll have the effect of pushing social networks toward treatment like publishers as opposed to common carriers barriers skeptics note that European law has tended to restrict disrespectful posts about politicians more readily than it has quelled extremism or invasions ends of pure personal privacy but then it stands to reason that politicians might just be better resource than your average suzy Mussa Frau or Janey six pack facebook is also receiving attention across the Atlantic the social network yesterday received a letter from US Senators Warner Democrat of Virginia and Rubio Jio Republican of Florida asking for an explanation of its policies and technical capabilities with respect to deep fakes and fabricated news generally an Australian National University review of its data breach concludes that the hackers got in by spearfishing a senior member of the university staff the Australian Financial Review reports that a anew declined to name a culprit but called the attackers sophisticated and probably interested in fraud ten daily says the fishing shing victims simply previewed the email and didn't interact with it in any other way business insider says Fireeye has retained Goldman Sachs as the security company explores putting itself up for sale fire. I stock has been up on the news trading around fourteen dollars since it broke the likeliest buyers are thought to be private equity investors and finally to return to the issues of OP SEC and state directed threat groups. Here's one that seems decidedly not to have it security house in order. It's the group security researchers at Kaspersky calls sand cat which is believed to be a cyber for operations unit of US Becca stand state security service the S S S which inherited a reputation for repression and brutality with its KGB DNA a Kaspersky described. Its findings device first of all sand cat used the name of an associated military group to register one of the domains used in its infrastructure. This is held to be bad by those in the business. If you're registering a domain US some anodyne but plausible front organization maybe the young the person's chess clubs of Greater Bukhara second of all they had installed Kaspersky security software in their systems and that software is reckoned both effective end intrusive with a pretty big footprint in the systems it protects thus Kaspersky had pretty good visibility into things that would raise any security eyebrows like buying a bunch of zero days from third parties so the GAFF was blown pretty quickly. Kaspersky researchers said they were surprised to see that is Becka stans. S S. had any cyber operational capability at all some of that can be written off to the casual disregard with which the Central Asian members of the near abroad tend to be disregarded disregarded but those who have is to see let them see the researcher known as Phineas Fisher said in two thousand fifteen that he'd found a good bit of email mail correspondence between the US back organs and the Italian lawful intercept firm of hacking team and now a word from our sponsor Edwards performance solutions. It's commonly accepted that cyber. Security is a business risk not an IT problem. It may not be as commonly accepted is that cybersecurity needs to be an integral part of every business strategy and that cybersecurity can actually be an asset to your business. Achieving this outcome is a journey the journey starts with an understanding of what information is important to the business what business processes generate US store or transmit myth that information and what are the rules and regulations impacting the information. The next part of the journey is understanding the risks to the business and those information assets followed closely by establishing a governance structure to manage those business risks. This includes managing the risk to your supply chain. The journey is not an easy one and is is fraught with roadblocks and obstacles. You may need a guide Edwards. Performance solutions is ready to be your guide in this journey. Please visit their website E. D. W. P. S. dot com to learn more. That's E D. W. P. S. Dot Com and we thank Edwards performance solutions for sponsoring our show and I'm pleased to be joined once again by Craig Williams. He's the head of tallow outreach at Cisco Craig great to have you back you all recently published some information in a blog post titled Open Document Format Creates Twist in Maldic landscape what's going on here well so this is a very interesting one right you we've all known mailbox exists and we all know that you need to be worried about them but with this particular attacker did was very very clever they found an issue and Dan you know an open office format called obt or open document and they were able to you know basically discover that that if you exploited the Ott file type not only were you able to compromise open office but Microsoft Office would actually fall victim Kim to the same or a very similar bug resulting in them getting the execution that they wanted so thinking about this right you not file and let's let's say your super super savvy right and maybe even your security software warns you or you know that. Od Tease Open office in so you think Ha- silly hacker I run Microsoft Office. I'm far superior and can't be compromised. you might click on it to see what it is because you know deep down that you're not running any sort of open software and so therefore you shouldn't be vulnerable however that's not the case here and so. I think by using this this format to target both sets of victims. The attacker actually has a much wider net than we would normally consider and because it's is not format a wide detection technology particularly in things like antivirus may not actually work as effectively as they should now now. Do you have a sense that this is an intentional misdirection or or is it a happy accident for them that it that effective within the actual. Microsoft environment. Oh I'm pretty sure that this is intentional. Okay you know the things that they're using are things like power shell that are very very generically used in word attacks and so. I think what happened was they basically owned a particular technique that worked in both in decided to make use of it because it it does double your potential pool of victims. So what are we looking at here. In terms of recommended protections well the gist of it here. Is You know the the same type of advice would give anyone for malicious document campaign number one don't ever click on an email attachment unless you're confident who sent it and you know that they intentionally attached it. You know number two make sure you're running some sort of antivirus products so that if the file is known to be Mauer it actually gets convicted convicted and removed from your system before you can open it. I suppose for a number three. We could throw out there. Make sure you have a firewall on that. In the event you do click on it. Perhaps it won't be able to reach out and grab the actual additional payload I see. Do you have any sense for how successful this is or how widespread it is so so this one. We think we've found pretty early. We did not see a ton of attachments and our email telemetry it is possible that there were very isolated heavily targeted pockets. It's like we've seen in the past very specific industries very specific countries but from a global perspective does appear to be very limited so hopefully we got the word on-time the blog post titled Open Document Format Creates Twist and Maldic landscape Greg Williams. Thanks for joining US thank you and that's the cyber wire thanks to all of our sponsors for making cyber wire possible especially are supporting sponsor observe it the leaving insider threat management platform learn more at observant dot com the cyber wire podcast is proudly produced in Maryland out of the Startup Studios Rosa data tribe with their CO building. 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153 - The Heist, Part 1

Welcome to Night Vale

25:06 min | 1 year ago

153 - The Heist, Part 1

"Hi it's me meg the voice of your friendly sentient patch taste in mere days. I'm headed back out onto the road with sissel and symphony to perform the latest welcome tonight. Bill live show a spy in the desert. We are retiring this show after the fall so come on out and give this show the sendoff it deserves. We're playing a lot of college towns so maybe you just got to college and you're looking for some friends the best way to make friends to see if they wanna come see a weird podcast with you. We are coming to towns like new haven what colleges they're montreal. May we buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo detroit or mana bloomington columbus charlottesville ashville and athens georgia not athens greece luga and that's just this month. We have a bunch more cities in the books for november including a brand new show that we just added in colonial british columbia because of the demand of the people of colonial british columbia so show up. We're coming there just for you get your tickets to this ruling live show about spies and secrets. It's at welcome tonight. Failed dot com slash live and i will personally see you out there. I will look directly in the eyes and i will say thank you for coming to our weird. Show and one more thing that i'm so excited about within the wires is back for season four on september tenth. Stay tuned after the credits to hear the trailer and go find the show in your podcast app to hear more of this unique and immersive podcast that i'm obsessed with constellations nations are fan art. Depicting ancient gods welcome to night vale <music>. I've said many times that science is neat but sometimes it is also messy. Carlos converted one of our guest rooms into a laboratory laboratory so he can spend more time at home and get some needed renovations done on his laboratory downtown which seemed like a great idea until i realized realized that it's impossible to contain chemical odors and stains from getting all over the rest of the house not only did acid eat through our new egyptian tile child back splash but also petri dish grew feet and walked outside only to walk back inside tracking mud all over my new handwoven servizi and rug the last straw was when carlos stained all of his shirtsleeves not to mention his hands and somehow even the courts countertops dull green which completely threw off my kitchen color palette. I told you had to stop but he insisted he had made eight a major breakthrough in his doorless fridge invention seasonal. This is so exciting he said bouncing up and down like a child who wants a toy or needs supe- the problem with refrigerators is the door in order to put food in or take food out. You have to open the door and that's totally bad because it lets all all the cool air out raising the temperature of the other food inside. I told him that's not that big of a problem but his face darkened arken denise said baking is an exact science see so if the butter is off by a couple of degrees microsoft's are ruined. I understood but i asked that he find another place to conduct that particular experiment he's turning everything in our home a dull green including his own skin and fortunately my sister abby and her husband steve carlsberg just bought a new house ever since his promotion to vice president of the last bank of night vale steve has been saving up to buy a larger home for his family but one with a yard for dogs no stairs and wider doors for his daughter janice wheelchair and even his own man cave where he can raise bats and cultivate rare crystals and they finally he closed on their dream home this summer they bought janus a car to compete with accessible hand controls a state of the art sound system and the moon in roofs that closes automatically at night so you never have to see that awful moon anyway there is also a giant empty storage shed <music> outback of their new home and steve an abbey told carlos he could work in the shed until his laboratory downtown is ready to use again so far. It sounds like everything is working out fine for carlos although he did accidentally leave a large green handprint on genesis new car the good news is is she thought it looked really cool so she decided to leave it listeners. I'm getting word that there's a robbery taking place in downtown night. Vale three people have entered the last bank of knightdale and are demanding money from the tellers. The robbers are wearing masks of former u._s. Presidents richard nixon william henry harrison and emma goldman the sheriff secret police as well as the sheriff's overt police are on the scene but the perpetrators have begun to take hostages and the police sir trying to negotiate the robbers have not stated any demands yet so the police are left to guess what they want one officer suggested giving them a million dollars which was round the accepted by the fellow officers as a great idea because while human lives cannot be distilled down to a monetary value a million dollars is pretty cool but this idea was shot down by sheriff sam who pointed out that the department does not have a million dollars would if we got the puppy another officer offered up. My basset just had a litter and i thought we'd be able to sell them but it's definitely a buyer's market out there for hounds. The officer continued anyway. I've got a brown one with white spots and two white ones with brown spots. I've need them chutney footstool and bob ross footstool is the runt. Let's give the robbers covers footstool. We're not giving them puppies. Sheriff sam shouted who what about an applebees gift card another officer said worth a million dollars or a coupon book for free favors another said like repainting the guest room or raking leaves or a wait. We're the police right right a three crime day they they could use that coupon today and we don't have to rest him and file all the paperwork and the hostages get to go free. We could even have a coupon for a fifteen minute backrub. All of the officers clapped for this idea not just a win win but a win win win for the hostages the robbers and the police all except sheriff sam who silence them all with a loud whistle more like pan flute really it's an enchanted whistle that causes vocal cords to stop working. We are police. The sheriff scolded it is clearly stated in our oath of office to never give back rubs two bank robbers. They've been set to work trying to devise a plan to stop the robbery and free the hostages in the bank. Oh dear listeners. There's i was just talking about my brother-in-law steve and here comes this terrible news. <hes> i have no further information about steve's condition right now nor the other citizens who are being held at gunpoint inside the bank. I will update you as events progress in the meantime. Let's go to sports sports the n._f._l. Scorpions opened their season. This friday against the whispering forests would dogs scorpions head coach latrice beaumont said this will be a tough match up the would dogs a team entirely comprised of trees are roundly regarded as one of the toughest defences in the state with their tactic of whispering compliments to opposing posing players until those players themselves turn into trees last season whispering forests del tonight vail. It's only loss as nine of the scorpions ends starting offensive players including quarterback junius duncan where one over by the woodall pleasant cooing by the end of the game the field was covered in trees. Many the of them former knightdale high school student athletes and whispering forest snuck out with a three to nothing win on the late field goal that was somehow kicked by a tree coach beaumont said she plans to give her players earplugs to help dampen the whispers from the would dogs defense. She also has ugly up the scorpions uniforms adding mustard yellow and hot pink argyle atop the dark purple jerseys hoping the the boreal defenders will find little good to say scorpions are starting a new quarterback this season sophomore fee nom julie dobbs who who won the job because of her prophetic dreams her slumbering subconscious is able to see the future most notably other teens defensive strategies she he also uses her dream journals to develop a nearly unstoppable offensive game plan. She also owns her own football. Which was a huge plus us for the coaches. Good luck this weekend. Scorpions were pulling for you. I now have the names of the hostages being held at the last bank of night. Vale jesse mcneill a security guard who has worked at the bank for nearly fifty years. Oh jesse what a sweet old man. He says hi to me. Every time i go there always has a smile and a compliment like just the other day said to me. Urge you on the radio and i was beaming with pride another hostage bank teller alert genevieve daily who started at the bank this week. Oh genevieve put a tough break. Just know that we're pulling for you bank customer and local dinosaur dinosaur expert joel eisenberg. Oh jol i know joel he such a smart guy and the last of the hostages staff supervisor of the bank susan willman okay well tough. Unfortunately after several grueling minutes negotiations between the sheriff and the robbers have broken down so the police have decided that the only way to break the stalemate is with physical force while this makes sense in chess. I don't know if this is such a good idea for hostage edged nicole listeners but the police have advanced into the building to engage the thieves directly witnesses reported hearing several gunshots. They said the noises could also be fireworks part of the day long celebration of lee marvin thirty first birthday which was back in june. Oh happy birthday mr marvin marvin. You don't look a day over thirty. We cannot see inside the bank. No one has emerged yet. I will have to report back later as soon as i have. Oh no wait wait. I'm being told that the bank is on fire now. The swale of the bank is engulfed in flames and the nashville fire department is already on the scene they they are shouting at the fire to stop being such a nuisance but the fire does not appear to be listening. This isn't good and even more frightening for me. I did not see steve. Carlsberg's bird's name on the list of hostages abby told me he was at work today. But why was he not taken hostage. I can only hope he had gone to lunch when the robbery robbery began steve. If you hear this and you're at lunch don't go back to work. It's on fire feel so powerless. All they can do is hope nope and bring you the weather yeah but i want to say out. They know how how to read. They <music> but i don't know <music> the same all i i want out and drink houma say two <music> just the owns the loan service your way uh the club okay <music> first the good news. The hostages had been freed inside the bank. The police drew their weapons on the robbers but could not get off a clean shot because because of the hostages blocking their line of fire the robbers fired back forcing the police to retreat behind coin star machine and a full-sized promotional cardboard bird cut out featuring a hooded man his jagged smile just barely visible in shadow holding a raw slab of red meat with the bold text below him. I'm reading great mortgage. Rates are inside of you but the second wave of officers blocked the thieves escape from the front entrance then and sheriff. Sam did not see how this happened but a fire began in the bank lobby. It's spread quickly and the room filled with smoke in in the confusion. The hostages broke free from their captors and the robbers ran from the police fire engines sprayed water and broadcasted loud admonishments instruments at the fire to knock it off already. Susan joel genevieve and jesse ran out into the street covering their faces choking on the black air air as jesse emerged his seventy five year old body was knocked backwards by one of the fire engines hoses jesse was soaked head to foot the firefighters firefighters apologized but just merely brushes himself off and then generously complemented their work by saying. I see you're fighting a fire. What a gentleman. The three perpetrators of the bank robbery also fled through the front of the building but the police quickly halted and arrested them as the fire finally blindly subsided amidst the damp charred and masonry and broken glass came another figure steve carlsberg emerged from the bank sweating and limping comping but safe an ambulance arrived to take the survivors to the hospital but they all declined except steve who had a broken foot and gladly took the e._m._t.'s a._m. Tees up on their offer. The bank robbers were transported to the abandoned mine shaft outside of town for questioning. It's an open and shut case. The bad ed people lose and the good people win and every single person. Even the people who own applebee's is glad no one had to purchase a one million dollar <music> applebee's gift card. My brother-in-law is safe as are his employees and customers went died and not a single dollar was taken from the bank registers at the front counter nor the a._t._m.'s nor the coin star. Even the fire didn't damage those bills. That was the good news the bad news as the police did a final sweep of the bank searching for anyone else inside whether they be customers are criminals middle's. They reached the bank's vault in the back of the building before he left for the hospital. The police asked steve carlsberg to open the volt for them. We're sure everything's everything's fine. They said it's routine in a bank robbery. They said i understand steve said he opened the volt. They looked inside and they i saw nothing. Millions of dollars in bills and gold were on sheriff. Sam said there's a conspiracy here and they're going to really put the screws to the people they arrested no h._b._o. Until they explained where the money from the volt is the sheriff declared and that's a big deal because a black lady sketch show just premiered last month and is crazy good. The sheriff said they have no clues yet as to where the money in the vault went but they did discovered the robbers names are richard william and emma which is interesting because those are the names of the president who's masks they wore i don't i think that's a coincidence. The sheriff said confidently the bank lost a great deal of money today and some innocent people lost their sense of comfort but we <music> are all still alive. At least those in this story are and i'm so happy to know my brother-in-law is safe as our jesse a and joel and genevieve whom i've never even met. I'm glad those specific people are k. as well as anyone else who was taken hostage two day stay tuned next for an unedited recording from two years ago of you talking to a kitten you sound ridiculous good night night vale goodnight welcome to night vale's production of knightdale presents. It is written by joseph fink and jeffrey craner and produced by disparition. The voice of night vale is ziesel baldwin original music disparition all that can be found at disparition dot info or at disparition dot band camp dot com this episodes very was my friend by dominique shantelle worthing with barrett ward find out more at soundcloud dot com slash dominique worthing comments questions email us at info at welcome to night vale dot com or follow us on twitter at night villa radio or say something uplifting to your pet checkout welcome tonight fail dot com for more more information about our upcoming live tours this month and november and the first ever live performance of our sister podcast start with this in boston this doc tober today's proverb. Don't go ready metaphors. Please stick to the simi's literal descriptions that you're used to my friends and my family my cradle. I believe there is an expectation on one has been living in comparative isolation to be seduced worldliness when given the opportunity to see a life that has been denied you or that you have denied yourself and deem it better than the life you have breath i find the opposite is true. I have never been more convinced of the importance of our work within the cradle family my my friends truly everything think of your children think of the indescribable joy for the first time you held them that unshakable. Oh bond you share with them. Think of the trust your children having you the way they run to you when they're afraid the tiny joys and sorrows they i share with you think of the terrible beasts hiding in the forest the wish to take them from you nut serpents in lakes or whispering figures years behind a trace but a uniformed sentinels of the new society. They do not want us to be free. They do not want onto squirm from their grip. I have been inside their institutions seeing the ways and they will not stop until they have devoured us. <music> swallowed our children. The woods in hedmark dark shadows can hide hungry predators before the great reckoning families race children drew together in communities in tribes and nations of shared ideas giving of themselves for each other we norrish the land and it nourished us we fed our base obese and as we grew old they fed us. We protected our neighbors and they protected us. This has all been lust in most of the world it is our duty and privilege to preserve it to preserve family that will come a time when the world realizes its mistake and we will be ready for that time. There will come a time when we are called the pawn to be a beacon a we will be ready for that. I will do my part to keep us safe. I'm only one woman one mother this fruitful dream for everything you have into the cradle into our community now we must and we will survive for the future happiness of the world. We must flourish so we we can show the society way. When our time comes the millennium is upon us and we will be the first. 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#238: Denver Real Estate Trends - October 2020

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

20:12 min | 6 months ago

#238: Denver Real Estate Trends - October 2020

"You're listening to the denver real estate. Investing podcast brought to you by the envision advisors at your castle real estate and christo has here and today. We're gonna talk about the october twenty twenty denver real estate market trends. So i got lots of data on share today. I'm we're going to focus on some high level key points here in the podcast but check the show notes. Actually go view all the details. All the bullet points on the grass. If you want more numbers on their otherwise. I'll be talking about. Why i think are the most important ones early show the trends right now and as usual. I'll be most comparing october. Twenty twenty doc. Tober twenty nine thousand nine tv more context since we do have seasonality here in denver but covid that's also changed a little bit as well all right so getting onto it. Let's talk about inventory. A scroll down to the data snapshot and again this is data that the denver metro association of realtors publishes every single month. So active inventory is down forty three percent from last year so last october at eight thousand five hundred this october about four eight hundred active inventory so way lower again last year we start seeing a little bit of the increase inventory because that was higher than had been the previous years last october. And of course this october. We've got covid the presidential election so you know a couple of new variables in there as well so keep them about forty eight hundred active listings. And this is for single family houses condos townhomes new listings in october twenty. Were six thousand two hundred and fifty so we actually had more properties listed than we do inventory right now so those new listings are about fifteen percent over a year ago but a little bit less than the previous month. So there's some interesting thought process to hear sir seeing lower number listings in october compared to september is normal denver seasonality trends. But having this amount is you know more than we expected. Maybe that's because interest rates are low and people are selling trading up maybe people seeing the headlines of all the price appreciation Maybe cova just push everything out a few months. We don't really know other than there was a pleasant surge of inventory there. Now listen to this under contracts if this the chart sells pending that's new terminology but under contracts but we call it. There are six thousand one hundred forty single family homes under contract the active inventory right now is forty eight hundred on the market so we have about thirteen hundred more properties and our contract than we do currently active lists in the market. So you know if you're selling that's a good thing but if you're buying that's a tough thing and for a good healthy market standpoint you know that is not sustainable and again the second we started seeing some more inventory. Come a market this nice Spike of listings. The market gobbled up. So we saw him come up the market saw they took it. They gobble it up so you. This is going to keep inventory low. Obviously but as new inventory comes out or new listings come out. We can expect to see the market. Continue to gobble up all right so something else i want to talk about. Is the price here. So we've talked about but now if you look at the average price from a year ago we were at four hundred eighty three last october now. The average price is five hundred sixty two. We're talking about eighty thousand dollars. Higher on average that was zero. That's sixteen percent increase now. Does that mean year. Aurora condo or your rental on the west side or your primary residence went up sixteen percent most likely not. But here's the medium. Price went up. almost thirteen. percents rooting some huge Huge gains on both of those metrics. But it's more of what type of properties are being sold. That's changing the averages. So basically we're selling a lot more expensive homes so for example the number homes and condos sold for over one million dollars so far this year is up one hundred sixteen percent from last year so the number homes between three hundred and five thousand sold is down three percent so a lot of stuff that we're buying for rentals in house acts. You know that's actually down slightly. Were the expensive homes. The million dollar plus homes which we still have not bought a house sack or rental property on is up one hundred and sixteen percent so we start selling way more expensive homes. Go back to your. Let's fifth grade or eighth grader. Sometime matt that we took when you were younger. Go back to that math and do it. It's just going to really raise the average up. So you know you see these headlines you hear the snippets on the radio or the newspaper. Headlines understand yeah. Prices are increasing. That's more just because we're selling a ton of million dollar plus homes right now which has an impact what dino us as average investors are buying so something that lan welsh at your castle pointed out is saying you know. Obviously this is not sustainable. Bay said don't be surprised if that for so vermont's twenty twenty one you actually see a decline or a negative price. Aw negative average price on some as you know. 'have all these motorhomes they they've kinda people stop buying those cool off go back normal times and then more people start buying these less. Expensive homes couldn't change the average again so being look out for that sometime in two thousand twenty one so days on market has continued to go down from last year last year about thirty four days of market. I'm sorry last october this october. Twenty four days market were down twenty nine percent from last october so this is close to about the lowest on record so again it goes in the same story of just having low inventory and that buyers are just out there gobbling up the inventory all right last thing. I'm gonna talk about to you on the data snapshot here. The model s. is the close price to list price ratio. And this is where you know. We can figure hair. We're getting a discount on the property or people paying a premium on the property. So at this means if let's say some less to house one hundred dollars if i bite for ninety nine dollars i got one dollar discount. Lauren buys it for one hundred one dollars. She pays a one dollar premium on their. So you're gonna hear me. Gives him percentage right here so last october we are at ninety eight point nine percent so just a very small discount and this is what. We've been seeing for a long time in the market in october of this year october. Twenty twenty ready hundred point one seven percent so that means hey. People are paying seventeen cents more than average for every dollar in the list price or maybe seventeen cents hundred point one seven percent and seventeen cents Anyway my point there is of houses are still selling right around the list price. And there's bidding wars as lobby listeners. Out there no and our clients out there buying properties you know the markets extremely competitive right now. So does that mean. Every house is selling for more than than it's listed for absolutely not. We've gotten similar contract right now. That were you know some was just missing and put it in the mls. Shame on that listing agent. Good for us and our client Other times if people are still overpricing their property if they're still getting greedy on it they're still going to have a hard time getting the traffic and selling it. So we've picked up a few those properties but overall it is very very competitive out there and this just you know. Go aligns with what we're seeing. There's very few properties to pick from. Interest rates are super low. And so that's gonna cause more people to go out there and bid on properties a lot of times over list with you know just over ask or a appraisal gaps or other things to go out there and make their offer more attractive. So that's the main continent. They're actually no never mind looking. There's one more thing when talk about on here so going back to the inventory and under contract i'm actually going to go down into the two subcategories of the numbers that gave you so one is just detached homes so these are homes. That don't share common walls with other properties so the active listings at the end of october. Were about two thousand. Six hundred and fifty de- dat detached homes new listings for detached homes. Were forty two hundred and change and we have forty three hundred and change of detached homes under contract right now so that is a lot more under contract and a lot more new listings than that new inventory again. New roy came the market and the market simply gobble up now going to the tach properties. So this is the other part of the numbers that are condos and townhomes not multi family single family residences condos townhomes the new listings. Were about twenty two hundred in october. I'm sorry about two thousand in october. The act of inventory tober at the end of the month is about twenty two hundred and we have eighteen hundred under contract. So there's what three hundred or four hundred more active than having a contract currently but there's just again very limited supply on there so i'm gonna leave on that note for this data portion of market update. Because i think the if the publishing time line goes right The timeline after this is going to or the podcasts at this going to be one with joe massey he's got some really interesting foreclosure data that talks about Or the forebearance day dash. I'm sorry he's got some very interesting forebearance data which will be good indicator for what type of foreclosures we can expect or not expect to see so be sure to listen to that and keep these numbers in mind as well because he'll be talking about some some probabilities for. Hey this amount of inventories what we might expect to see. Come on the market sometime in the near future. And if you can't find that podcast shoot me. An email Sometimes tend to mention things and then the content counterpoise lineup with that. All right so let's go look at. Oh one more thing on this data trends. I forgot since we're gonna podcast and you guys can't see the charts i'm looking at but if you've come to you know any of my classes or webinars or allow the classes from you know on welsh on the data you see that graph where it shows active inventory and a number of property sold we. I liked that graph. A lot is probably one of my favorite graphs. I see out here in the real estate market and so normally pretty much all times. We always see more inventory than we see. Properties closed now. There's been a few times last five six years we've been in this hot market where they've been about the same every month maybe sometimes under contract slightly above but overall the the active and tories always been greater or higher than the clothes and sometimes those two lines overlap so but now since starting around no july or august. I think i'd have to go back. Lincoln exact data. You actually see the under contracts or i'm sorry. Properties closed Spike up and then you see the properties at the end are available at the market at the end the month. Just go down and surf. Last couple months you've actually sold more properties than there have been inventory on the market. Obviously you can't do that for too long because eventually you get to zero. Which i don't think he's a is even possible in the real estate market but it's really interesting data and just goes to show out there. The type of demand were seeing. 'cause normally we see a lot of times the the closes start to dwindle off. Fears go into the fall and winter and its spend almost vertical line here and again we get you know. Season -ality definitely impacts this both kovacic's. He's nowadays. I think you know not nearly as important factors was in previous years but very interesting graft look at it and really sums up that. Wow there's just so low inventory and that for every house selling there's one to ten people looking at house maybe wanna put an offer in there. So that's one of my ways of saying. I don't expect to see Any prices dropping here anytime soon looking at showing trends. So this is data that you're castle collects as to how many people go out there and look at a house or look at a house or condo using it through the app that we use to schedule which is showing times. Which is the app. That i think pretty much. Everyone uses here in denver to schedule showing You know the buyers and clients go through to actually walk the properties so normally around this time of year in the last couple years. We've been about eight showings per property. And now we're about eleven showings per property. Knock tober and the showing per properties actually been above the norm since really since about june in any significant amount and we start seeing things trail off fear but july was at probably like ten point. Five august was eleven. September eleven october that mike levin point five star see increase them now. I haven't had a chance to devastate. But my guess is because it's combination of you know low interest rates bringing people out here but also sincere fewer properties for people to go walk. There's more people walking the same properties as well. But anyway we're seeing incredibly strong showing demand right now with With everything going on and this is you know right before the election during cove it so some very interesting times that we're in all right a little bit of data here from the apartment association of metro denver. This quarter three twenty twenty report and so again. This is really for those big apartment buildings. You know two hundred unit plus bones. Another quite the size of the the big buildings usually the big investors. So i'm a couple bullet points off here. The amount of non payment of rent remain low with the majority respondents saying the results show less than five percent of tenants not paying metro. Denver apartment market showed an overall quarterly decrease in vacancy from point. One to four point nine percent with a over year increase of point two percent or two tenths of appoint somebody conc- decrease for the majority of counties reported. So we are seeing you know vacancies. Go down. We're still seeing a lot of tennis still paying which is just good for everyone that people are able to still pay their rents so coupla points to this really interesting only twenty one hundred new rental units finished construction and this quarter three twenty one hundred new rental units refinish quarter three are add the market the market filled twenty nine hundred so they filled every single unit that was delivered plus about eight hundred. Units are so that were vacant. So he saw moore units being absorbed the average rent also up a little bit for about fifteen no six to fifteen twenty two now a note on here said earlier. You know this does a great job of capturing the big apartment buildings but it doesn't do a great job of capturing in you know what the small mom and pop investors are experiencing people like you me. That's why since would start. i've been doing. Those property. management updates and the one fracture will be coming out either the next episode or the one after. Probably the one after joe's foreclosure data. I'm sorry for barron said. I think that's what will be coming on next. So the next to go into more data for the forbearance and foreclosures and also for what are property managers. Who for the most part all manager. No s mom and pop landlords their units. What they are seeing. And so far from what i can recall talking to them in. They've been below that five percent. Wobble that five percents tenths not paying and i've had a lot more tenants on payment plans but not nearly as bad as we thought at least so far so make sure she got that all right last thing here. This was an interesting graph that launched an out from the wall street journal. It says colorado is among the states with the lowest prices increased convictions. So if you actually look at a map right now. The united states that's nothing to do with the electoral college or virus. Click to show notes because actually spent some time looking at this map because it was a map that was not one of those two topics Basically what they do here is they categorize the states as to who's who's going to be exposed to the most infections so the gatt ranked here between four point six to ten percent ten percent to fifteen percent fifteen percent twenty percent twenty six percent and twenty six percent or greater so colorado is in that lowest metric of four point six to ten percent other states. That are and this is the interesting thing to me because it's not just You got different states with different types of laws so other states with low eviction data california nevada idaho washington nebraska tennessee alabama south carolina pennsylvania. And maybe some of these other new england states. I can't see and hopefully got. I name the states correctly too so you obviously some of those states very landlord. Friendly and some are not landlord freddie. So it's interesting that both types of states are experiencing that and then going up to that higher one at twenty six to thirty six percent. A ban north dakota new york indiana north carolina a couple of estates. I'm embarrassed to say cannot look at them and remember what they are on the map. Right now Anyway so like i say. Go check this map out very interesting. And i'm doing a horrible job. Accumulating it as far as the other states. Just keep in mind. According to the wall street journal and the analysis by moody's analytics they expect colorado to have a very low eviction rate and be among the lowest in the country which is great news for us. Landlords also see great news for tenants and renters. Out there as well all right so if you guys have any questions comments on here please reach out to me. I've got some plans actually do a lot more analysis and talk about data's well for that and if you guys need to see the numbers themselves click on the show notes. It's all posted on there. All right i'll see you next podcast.

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Reboot: Looking Ahead

Christian Podcast Community

29:48 min | 1 year ago

Reboot: Looking Ahead

"Hello and welcome to the in on wonder podcast. This episode is the fourth of a four part series called. The I'm calling this episode reboot looking ahead. I'll be talking about the purpose and watches spectacles. PODCAST as well as as you can fall so it all sort of be more like a housekeeping episode. Just sort of outlining what. The episode topics will be things. I'll be discussing Like I said ways that you can get involved in the community that I would like to create this podcast in the blog. Just what the general purpose is behind it all off. I also wanted to mention that. I just recently got a fulltime job so whereas the other three episodes that I recorded I was just has to stay home. Mom and I was substituting in the school. District has an aide and secretary. I have gotten a new job now for the squier. That just started so. Ah I am a full-time aid grammar school aid to be specific Helping out third grade and first grade in a Christian school so it is a classical Christian school with many reformed people and they hold to a statement of faith of the five solas and a reformed way of thinking and their Christian worldview so I am very excited and happy to be on staff raft there and helping to disciple children's hearts there in that school and help out the teachers and students and everybody it's all been and a real blessing to me so and very thankful for that opportunity However it will cause me to have less time to devote towards podcasting and keeping up with blogging and these other ways that I hope to build community with this so I have a facebook page facebook group and just social media in general and then the blog and podcasting and all of that so I just would like to explain how I would like to see all of that working together and hopefully as I am adjusting it is now mid DOC Tober? So I've been working fulltime for a month and a half and you know with our family. My family and stuff. The transition has actually gone. Pretty smoothly My oldest daughter just turned fifteen yesterday. she has gotten a job now on the weekends herself and that only goes through the end of October and she's attending our county vocational technical school so she is enjoying both of those new things in her life and then my other daughters are thirteen and ten and so they're having a good school year as well. My thirteen year old is very busy in band and cheer and many clubs like student council and things like that so anyways we are very very busy. Yes but The transition to me working fulltime has gone smoothly. I get most vacations and holidays. Seem as the kids and you know summers off and hours during the day that are really basically weekly. The exact same time as kids are in school so I'm still home with them when they're home so it is all working out very well but yeah so back to the podcast and everything else I will have to as I get into full swing with us. Have to figure out my routine. And when that's GONNA best fit in to continue this ministry so there might be a slight learning curve or I don't know what you WanNa say what you want to call it but just a time where I'm trying to adjust. Things may not be always consistent. Like I'd like to say starting out that I would intend ten to podcast twice a month. Basically or every other week it might turn out to be three weeks in a month if there's five weeks but basically every other week but like for example I cannot say for sure which day it would be released and keep that consistently the day just to light continued doing doing some more episodes and see how long it will take and when I can fit everything into my schedule to get everything recorded and edited and Put out there so oh At this point I'm not going to definitely pick a day and say like every other Wednesday or some such thing but Every other week is my goal for right now so just please bear with me as I get things going and get into more of a routine eighteen so in getting ready to put the podcast out in to revamp my blog I was Thinking thinking a lot about what the purpose is what the purpose statement would be for this whole ministry project and so the short purpose statement treatment is helping women grow in Biblical literacy discernment Sanctification Christian Living And our. Aw in wonder of God. Ultimately the Westminster Catechism in the first question answers the purpose of every car Christian. What is the chief end of man? Man's chief end is to glorify God and to enjoy him forever and the wording joy in this statement is another way of saying to know so as Christians we are to glorify gotten to know him forever. That really right there encapsulates. The purpose of what I'm doing mainly to glorify and know God both for myself and to teach and convey that to other women so they might also glorify no god forever so just going over the basic points then were to promote biblical Illiteracy Bible Study and Bible interpretation and under that umbrella umbrella we would Do Bible Study Memorizing Bible verses talking about resources for study her knicks canonise city of the Bible Sola prescrip- Torah and everything that pertains to that. So secondly was to grow in disarmament and filter things through biblical Lens with critical thinking where we learned to pause and objectively analyze something before accepting it as true and in doing that. I will recommend solid resources discuss solid theology and doctrine. Sometimes we'll maybe look at current events and cultural issues in sort of analyze that together in an objective political worldview. The third point was The matters of deflation which is how God grows us via progressive certification. Though we will not achieve total sanctification while on earth we go through a signification while on earth which is a continual process of becoming more holy. But then when we finally die and are in God's presence in the new heavens and new earth and all of that we will be glorified and finally without sin and perfect and holy. We may discuss certification specifically more in a way that it pertains to new lessons that we have learned through suffering here on earth because a lot of our suffering contributes towards our sanctification and I know uh-huh personally. I have gone through different sufferings that have grown me and definitely been a part of my sanctification journey and we will do that it also by discussing the attributes of God learning who he is and our identity in Christ learning who we are in him the fruit of the spirit which are quality oldies. The Holy Spirit manifests in the life of the believer and our salvation and eternal life to come. The fourth point was to to promote practical Christian. Living so mainly you know I have different facets of life like raising teen girls and the I feel like an expert in and moving long distances since we relocated several times in different states stewardship by our planning and grocery tips Zain thrifty and things like that and doing ministry in the local church. Finding a good church friendships. Marriage stuff like that but really the primary thing under her fat umbrella would be discussing ways to share the Gospel in evangelism. That is really been a difficult thing for me. I am more of a quiet. It reserved laid back person that would rather observe other people and things rather than get involved and rather than talk and so trying trying to think of creative ways to share the gospel with others and then there was the point to raise awareness of the degree of on wonder and reverence since that we should be giving to God. Making sharp focus in recognition is on the creator instead of the creation and practicing the praise. Thanksgiving in obedience as we ought to give to God as we glorify him and enjoy him forever and we will do that by giving proper authority and sufficiency to God's word strengthening our prayer prayer lives recognizing the beauty in nature recognizing common grace and the means of grace for believers blessings. We may have people that God puts puts in our lives and to recognize our responsibility to live. Holy Lives. I read Paul. David TRIPP's book called. Aw and that was a few years ago but it really impacted me and in my reforming journey over the past. I don't know four years three or four years. Just Iraq igniting God's sovereignty in everything and through everything on a more powerful level than I really acknowledged knowledged. It before was really something you know. In becoming reformed that was a difference between mainstream evangelicalism and be reformed so part of the sovereignty of God is just giving him the Ju- awe and wonder in praise and Thanksgiving that we need to have and then along with that I sort of have a more difficult time stopping to give things into praise as much as I aught and so. I'm wanting to read book it's called growing ingratitude and it's by Albert Muller's wife and so it's on my list in Amazon to purchase and read and I'm looking looking forward to that but also just using the Bible to give praise back to God and to as I'm reading to recognize difference things things to praise and thank him for so just a richer prayer life through praise and Thanksgiving even so moving on then. I believe that the Gospel is the most important message to spread becoming reform. Not only brought me back to a gospel message focus but realizing that it is the most important of all messages. Why and that's because Romans ten fourteen or seventeen answers that how then will they call on him in whom they have not believed and how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to here without someone preaching and how are they preach unless they are sent as it is written. How beautiful are the feet of those who preached the good news but they have not all obeyed the Gospel for Isaiah says Lord who has believed what He? Es heard from US so faith comes from hearing and hearing through the word of Christ so simply put people need to hear the Gospel message in order to ever be saved in in the first place it has a message that has eternal consequences. People can't have faith in something they don't know about. Also I have come to realize the Gospel messages. Not just for the beginning of our Christian life when we are converted or only for when we are going out with the purpose of evangelism in mind rather it does US good. Even as mature believers to constantly be reminded of the Gospel Message and to keep it in the forefront of our minds it is the basis upon which our whole faith theology allergy and doctrine is built it bolsters our own faith and feeds our souls in remembering what we believe in therefore I wanna make it a priority to share the gospel message so it will be he included somehow in each episode and is also a goal of mine to be able to send a Free Bible to anyone in the United States who reaches out to me who who needs one and can't afford one and that may be a goal that would be fulfilled a little farther down the road. I also would like to put out a monthly memory. Verse I it is vital to not only be reading studying the scriptures daily but to commit versus to memory. If a verse is in memory the Holy Spirit can use it to call it to mind whether you need encouragement. You're being tempted. You need to repent you WanNa thank and praise God or you're sharing the gospel with others. So the next thing I wanted to discuss is the ways to connect. Social media is going to be the community piece where I will be primarily interacting with listeners. There are always the options of sending e Mail Voice Mail or commenting on the blog posts but to cultivate and interactive community. I have a facebook page in a facebook group. Set up the facebook page is public so anyone can come and push the like button and see all the content posted there the pages where I share means Bible versus links to articles articles and solid resources and links to the podcast episodes. I may occasionally ask questions their for feedback to use future. podcast episodes also and I will put the monthly Bible verse there and just a side note about the way that facebook pages and groups are set up. You may like a page and you might be a member of a group but that doesn't necessarily mean that you're going to see much of the content that is posted there however their algorithms are sat up. I don't think that they really show you much content from the liked pages and groups that Iranian on a regular basis and so to ensure. I'm sure that you don't Miss Anything. You can go to go to that page or that group especially if you're on a computer. I'm not sure if it works on a phone but you would hover with the mouse over the follow button and menu will pop up and one part is called in your news feed and it has an option called. See I if you click on C.. I then you will see the content from that page always in your news feed. It'll be right on the top almost every time you log into facebook and then under that there's a section called notifications and you can choose on or off so if you choose on you'll get a notification every time there's new content posted by that page. So you can choose either or both of those options so that you're sure to see content from that page or group and facebook might limit. It's the number of pages or groups that you can choose to see I or to get notifications for so you'll have to sort through that on your own own. I have the facebook group set up. Also it is set to closed so that people can find the group by searching for it but the content in the group is private so ideally my intent for the group is to be a community of Christian ladies from any location to gather for edification and encouragement growth by studying the Bible aw and interacting with each other and this group may only be needed by some women for a season and some may like to stay. Stay for a long while and either one is fine. I just know for myself when my kids were babies toddlers. I know it was hard to get everybody ready. and out out the door to attend any Bible studies during the week or play dates or mom's groups or anything like that I was part of some but I know it was hard and I do know some moms who actually just did away with even trying and they would just stay at home with their kids all the time and kind of be like hermits. I guess that's not really healthy either. So another aspect is that I know that it can be difficult to find a good solid church or even even a church that has a women's Bible. Study to plug into especially when you move or you know. Many other life situations can happen sickness S.. And all of that so I know that many women in today's society are actually very lonely. And then all of these other life circumstances can happen and pile up on top and so I know it can be very difficult to actually attend a Bible study so this online group is a way to connect with other ladies and studied the Bible able from the convenience of any location or in any situation. Even if it's just to fill in for a short season life we will be doing more Bible all studies in the group. I would like this facebook group and the page and this podcast and the blog to all work in tandem or in conjunction with one another in order to do Bible Studies and to do the monthly Bible verses and also some questions for discussion and feedback. So yeah so I invite you to go over and requested join. You do have to send in a request to join the group. I'll just take a gander at your facebook profile mixture. It sure you're a woman and nothing crazy on your page and you'll be approved to join. The facebook page is called in awe and wonder podcast slash blog and the facebook group is just called in our in wonder. You can also find me on twitter. My twitter handle is at Kristen Hammy that's K. R. I S. T. E. N. H. A. M I. I'm considering getting an INSTAGRAM degrom account. But I already don't spend that much time honestly on social media so I'm trying to weigh whether it's worth getting an instagram account or not. I also have two teenagers in the House and the popular thing with them right now is youtube and tick tock so. My kids actually actually usually watch a lot of youtube on our smart. TV in the living room with me. And so I see what they watch and then Tick Tock. They've let me see what that is and what they've done on there. I considered getting a tick tock account just to monitor their accounts. But I haven't haven't done that yet either so we will see on all of that. So what can you expect for the podcast. As I already mentioned mentioned that I hope to put out a new episode every other week and I cannot guarantee right now what day of the week that will be on one so you can just look for it or expect it every other week as long as I'm able to however just straight up front being a wife. A mom working fulltime now and doing ministry in our local church. All of these things come before the podcast and so if if sometimes I'm not able to get an up episode out on the week that I'm supposed to or something like that then I ask for grace understanding and patience patients. I will do my best to get back on track as soon as I can. Another element I wanted to talk about is that I will not be having a regular co host on each episode owed it will primarily be just me talking and doing the Bible Studies and things like that however I may occasionally have guest if I figure out how how to do that and it would only be on occasion It's not gonNA be a every episode type of thing and also. I have a friend that I met online on facebook group actually on call theology gals and she lived in Michigan when I first met her and she has moved to the same area of Pennsylvania where we are now and we have been getting together once a month for where sort of having a book book club where we pick a book for the month or for a couple of months and then get together at a Panera bread and we have coffee and talk about the book so that has been very enjoyable. I have really enjoyed getting to know her. Her name is Debbie Martin. Some of you may may know her. She is The lady behind solid food industries so she also does a podcast and let me see you can find her at solid food. Ministries DOT wordpress dot com that is her solid food ministries Blog page. I think thank her. podcast episodes are accessible through there. She is a very godly lady. And someone that I'm happy and glad that is in our area that we could become friends and meet in real life. You both have a passion for God's Word and theology and leading women in Bible Studies and we also so both love books and cats so we have a lot in common. So we've talked about that. She may come on every once in a while. I don't know how often often anyway you might look forward to hearing Debbie on here with me sometimes and as a side note if you are a lady in the larger Harrisburg Eric Pennsylvania area and are interested in being part of our book club and monthly. Meet up you can find the hats facebook group which stands for the Harrisburg area theology Gals Debbie started and That lists are meet up dates and times and you could be a part of that with us. We would love to to have more ladies. Join US so I already mentioned about Doing Bible Memory Verses Because Committee more verses to memory is something that I would like to work come personally and having versus the Bible memorize has many benefits saw pick averse to work on each month. Oppose the verse on the all in wonder facebook group and on the in wonder podcast blog facebook page also posted in a blog. Post along with hopefully a printable Version of that so that there would be a link in the blog posts. Maybe that would open up to a PF page that you could download and you could print out if you wanted to just to post the memory verse around Your House or car or wherever you wanted to put it just to help in your memory and I'll put it out on twitter also and I'll try to do all of that Putting the Bible verse out there around the first of every month. I don't know if there's anyway yet to sort of hold each other accountable whoever's participating with how the Bible memory is going but maybe I'll think of something or if anybody has any suggestions just reach out and let me know. As far as topics are concerned. I've thought about doing the different different attributes of God because we will never be able to fully know and understand God especially on this side of heaven however the revelation that God has given us in in the Bible and in nature of himself tells us a lot and precisely what we do need to know about him. So the things that we do know we can talk about I believe that God's character is one key to building our doctrine and theology and I also know that steadying God's attributes is one of the most important things and I did after my miscarriages to understand more of God went a long way in healing and to really understand who I put my faith in and why I believe I love to be reminded of who got is and I know it will help to bolster my faith and perhaps even someone else's other topics that we may discuss. This would include things that I learned along my referral reforming journey. That would be things that stood out to me or things that draw a distinctive between reformed faith and broad evangelicalism. The things that I discovered you know maybe for the first time or putting a different emphasis on things in a different way. I also wanted to make sure they share resources I thought about doing a special feature promotion once a month or something just to sort of zero in. Maybe a on one resource whether it's a podcast or blog or ministry of someone else's just to promote that I was thinking of sharing different podcasts. Maybe specific EP- episodes like on the facebook page that. I'm listening to each week and articles that I read. The the main thing though will be the Bible studies that I would like to do and we may also do book clubs or take topics of discussion from books that I might be reading at the time. So I'm hoping that each episode will have maybe like a half an hour of actual Bible liable study and then the rest of the remaining half an hour per episode we would do Discussions that would come from other podcast episodes. It's or from articles that I read or from books that I'm reading things like that and also to talk about the Bible memory verse and to Promote Resources Resources. And then I had an idea of going through the attributes or the names of God also. I had an idea of getting together together. Some of the stories behind our hymns that we sing in church because some of those stories are really fascinating to me and so maybe eh reading and talking about some of those and then you in some stories about different martyrs throughout history their stories I have have read some of them and then I'm also interested in reading about others and so I got this idea that maybe I could rotate between doing attributes of God and stories behind the hymns and stories of martyrs throughout history as kind of a mix up module podge of extra topics. And then I would like to really focus on praise and Thanksgiving and obviously having the Gospel message in each episode episode. And so that's sort of where I've been thinking about taking the podcast and how I I would like to have the facebook page. The facebook group any other social media and blog everything all sort of worked together for all of those things in hopefully building some organic community with other the ladies in that I will be listener supported. So I'm setting up a patriotic account. I will announce when that is up and running so that you can have a chance to partner with me or senate donation different when you feel led the support will go towards monthly hosting fees for the podcast and I also have yearly fees for the blogging domain name. And then I would also like to be setting aside some for Like I mentioned before the purchase of bibles if I'm ever contacted by somebody in the United States who cannot afford to purchase a bible of their own. I also wanted to mention my contact information. I set up an email L. address it is in awe. Wonder podcast all one word at gmail.com in I also have the voice mail to google voice smell number. Set up where you can call leave a message that does not ringing directly to me. It's just set up to take a message. So that number is seven seven two four two three seven five three one nine again seven two four two three seven five three one nine so I would love to hear from you whether it's voice mail or email and also you can find me online at the places I already mentioned as as I stated before my purpose statement. It really comes down to seeing the need and wanting to help standing in the gap so to speak by helping women to grow in Biblical literacy discernment Cernan Discipleship Christian Living And in awe and wonder of God from their. My prayer would be that women growing in these areas would do something to share the gospel into help grow. Other women disciples locally in their communities and churches and in the world. Well that's it for this episode. Thanks for listening. So can like subscribe and share the blog peach is www dot kristen hyphen. Hamilton DOT COM. 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Episode #235: Checking In With...And Sewing Is Half The Battle

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

1:02:49 hr | 2 years ago

Episode #235: Checking In With...And Sewing Is Half The Battle

"We gotta listen to the five and she goes oh god he hedges bleak continue all the way to episode two hundred and thirty five thirty five girls a cat that side of the chicken with our friend farm animals showing is half the battle welcome everyone to this week's episode o z five ish fan girl podcast stress let the original table and see who joined us this week this is pretty bethlehem this is how this in wisconsin and this this rachel in indianapolis indiana her having that were now they're written these winning the bingo game right now yup she when any though that night go yeah she called the false bingo is real and thankfully she realized their mistake almost immediately she said bingo she's like i never i never same number four yup so yes so brittany that everybody raleigh the rest of us still just so they get home going that will meet eventually truly oh i have all sorts of stories of tell about all the stuff that i saw it did on my vacation carlos there's probably don't even realize that i went on unless they follow me on social media pictures were true lizzy my goodness yes so we may we may do do do do like a little extra squeak point a partial chauncey newsy other person a so that we could talk about special marvel into a picture with duster there were still a is like i kept saying things like i want that kind of have that i need that serves no purpose whatsoever and like i want to just laughed at me like that's my fear 'em so yeah even even leaving vacation 'em there's a whole lot of news so which gonna work in this never gonna get the news and a will see what crops up next week especially as we get closer to a fan of christmas yes sounds intimidating so other what other other than we are in a new month is additional now so for example you know what for august yet july's both his molten heart which is see allaster newest thirteenth doctor material in august books choices are bc of death target novelization fear of the dark which means they fifth doctrine venture go to india which is eight ten doctor indiana andy gala freight chronicles that's an older one but it's interesting to wait we can find out about time lords the pool so you can look at if he decided to change their mind you can go ahead and do that unlike other voting you're out of that but you can still open you could change exactly all right so this week we are very excited to to be joined i guess it's been a while but again returning guests a laura in alina who are both of among other things part of an sewing is half the battle so welcome back ladies and that would be here man so it has it has been awhile since you were on hand so yeah we've got some catching up to do so 'em i where do you wanna start do you want to start with a whole reason that you emailed in first place or would you like to start somewhere else so the the whole reason you you you said a maybe email was because lawrence got a new book coming out very soon that that is true but i feel just a little guilty of being like let's come on and talk about hey most of the time we talk about ourselves and how things relate to us so good yeah well a okay so i have a new book coming out her ray 'em so this is the the title is shirt in shield it's the first inning new epic fantasy trilogy and yeah so it's big fat fantasy all of that 'em the drop tomorrow if somebody does as we have a five our account at oh wow you preorder think you're you're my favorite so a an actually since this podcast will go out technically after release it should be legal for me to say that that a pre orders have generated eight significance donation toward international justice mission a which is a charity the fight slavery all around the world so a yeah i'm i'm really pleased about that that was something that i wanna do do at the launch and because of the way federal marketing laws work you can't promote a charity donation before it made or or something anyway but but but this is going out after release day so it's fine so we did that have if you're a charity in time travel so yeah the fires i'm going to jump in and say that a lawyer has a book signing as well for anybody who's local to indiana i was just about to mention that but it sounds so much better when you say it so i haven't gotten to talk yet so i'm getting in where i can all right why don't you tell the nice people when it is i don't actually know what it is why don't you tell the nice people tell them a it is july the thirteenth is at the greenwood a barnes and noble at the greenwood park mall angry with each other that's at three o'clock and i will have some physical swag maps in a pieces of shark crystal andy character cards and goodies to give away as well on that day so please come out and i i i saw that i saw location like at the local bars and i looked at the day and i'm like oh no will send send someone is a stand in rack yeah find someone because for me start right name a we have seen this wagon person it is pretty cool swag i could say that 'cause it's not my bag i happy just set aside some swag for you that that could happen so a yes so they are is a look on your website and a they it's got the the cover art in a short a description or synopsis for the the the book that sounds very dangerous things i'm not gonna lie i really liked that cover i had i i take no credit for that cover other then saying yes i like it like that's my that's my contribution like but a yeah i really like i really think that cover so her for those that don't have the blurb but i copy and paste this way when did you give us a is if you wanna read it verbatim that's fine or if you wanna give us you're version of the the blurb for i'm gonna have to wing it because i don't have it in front of me so this is just the test here i am unrehearsed and unprepared civil see a know it is it is eight about dilemma is a it's probably the best way to say it some of the tagline is he could save her life if you sacrifices those he swore to protect and it is eight career soldier eight royal bastard both literally and figuratively a who a has been he's his everything he is is the higher self worth is wrapped up in his military contributions in a win his best reid only friend gets caught on the wrong side of the magical rift in inter dimensional war the only way he can save her life is to the betrayed his homeland and oh by the way a bunch of other stuff going on at the same time somebody tried to kill him there's a bunch of political intrigue tree aig yeah stuff stuff is happening spoilers gotta read it so it is i i do wanna mention it is a part one of a trilogy so it is it does not let end completely on a cliffhanger but but there is more story yet to come so i had one of my early reviews came back and like this i mean it's really good it's i really liked it but it can't actually end here right and i'm like no no no no go there for the part there's a part one good you're hooking field and in the meantime while you're waiting there is it just for the rockies have come out there you've got plenty of other books that you've i did what i will i will reveal the book to just went up on preorder so there is there is that out at this is not gonna be one of those series that you wait three years so the next installment like that's yeah that's i i don't i don't like that that anyone of yeah i i do have plenty of other facts and actually the song weavers about which is my last novel will be at barnes and noble at the signing as well they told me they were ordering supply supply of those as well an imminent shed my natural mid mid mid western persona first second try to brag 'em that one was twenty eighteen realm award winner for best fantasy of beer aunt my mom mom was not even on the board or anything when they did the voting so that was that was fun so yeah he's an all of her books are listed on their upside absolutely around and they're all available at any online retailer or you should be able to walk into any bookstore and ask for them and they can get them for you so they're not limited to just amazon are just one retailer bookshop yeah yeah you can find a local bookshop support it yes no kidding mind closed i'm very sad minded to so i gotta traveled hour and a half to death oh physical among story oh my gosh yeah i'm only about thirty five forty minutes away but it is annoying 'cause you can't just go browse easily gonna go hang out in bookshops like three me cool people yeah oh speaking of hanging out when being cool places besides bookshops a both of you ladies also recently were in new zealand and yes we were has gas for a convention and i see the pictures on social media and it was amazing i i really love you and this is my second trip to new zealand and i got to see some places i didn't get to go my last time in a it's such a beautiful place i really encourage anybody who wants to travel to go there because it is really gorgeous it's a long flight unfortunately but it's a really beautiful place so yeah a geyser kahn which is new zealand's national safe i convention and brought us in his guest of honor a large they're primarily in the capacity as are author because she does tend to write books and i was there primarily incapacity as they cost play guest although i did talk about my acting as well 'em an so yeah we had a great time everybody was really lovely and we were very very glad to have been honored in such a way that we didn't think we so many pies so i i their thing new zealand you can't eat in america and they include meat pies which they sell everywhere new zealand and they're amazing and we don't have it in here in the same way coomer which is a variety of sweet potato that we don't have any u s which is delicious it is purple and amazing 'em end they have really good fish and chips in new zealand which you know we have fish and chips in the u s if you happen to be fortunate lives near the ocean indiana is not near the ocean and that's where i lives so we don't get fish and chips here so i ate a ridiculous amount of food i probably brought back as many pounds on my body as i did in my suitcase also they have cadbury covered oreos they're not even fair they are good is a good as your imagining like whatever you're imagining added notch and that's how good they are like ridiculous yeah so when this podcast will be reporting everything we are they so basically it pretty much if he went into a store has the cabdriver you'd be cleaned out the whole shelf and taking it home and you're like i don't know how you put that in the hypothetical yeah i brought owen three complete packages the cab recovered oreo they lasted less than a week oh yeah wow when we did things other proven heat in new zealand is we we had a little writers retreat actually liberal the v a convention we had a strong writing track ancestoral de writers got together and we sat in a hot spring and wrote afterwards discuss plot problems that great in the end we did a lot of hiking we went through a lot of a geothermal areas we went around and did sightseeing played tourist and it was really good time and i feel like i'm scott slade which is one ashley went out on a little early before the convention in my husband and i went backpacking through wanna be a national parks in new zealand and so we did abel tasman a great walk tramp which was about four days out on the trail and that was really fun and beautiful beautiful scenery i've got a lot of photos up on my blog a which is laura vip victory over bravo dot com a and nobody wants to see those end they're just great pictures in i feel like after carrying my pack through four four days of up and down and then i was justified in eating eighteen packages of cad recover oreos like that that were yep you deserve it that that we would have had served at let's be honest you know how you make a decision and then you justify it it's a lot like that i do have a policy whenever i'm traveling in a foreign country though but i don't restrict what i eat because how often am i going to be in that country you know it isn't experience latest part of that and i love tasting locals which i mean the orioles are particularly unique food in new zealand but they're able to open orioles cut that we don't have those here and we tried the variations because there were also cadbury covered meant oreos and we have about of course science first time yes yes sounds amazing i love anything mint good they were very good okay can i tell you the thing i invented the thing so being a so i i had not been you know not being a native kiwi i had not been familiar with the tradition of slamming a tim tim or will as translate for for those who are also not key but he's a contempt for the small rectangular chocolate covered cookies you'll find them some places even in the u s but you can nibble out a corner on their end of the tim tim a through the chocolate coating making it into a straw and then you suck your preferred hot beverage through that just until the liquid hits your mouth and then you immediately slam the whole thing and you're mouth right before it explodes and it takes a little practice but it's pretty you know it's a fun fun thing like who who doesn't like preferred hot beverage plus chocolate cookie right exactly so let's try this and then it's like oh you know what would be even better is if you did this with an oreo in and 'em you know i just feel like that would be superior slamming experience answer there were some discussion from d you know he leaves and then that you know legit so we had this conversation back forth and somebody pointed out that you can hit it with oreo becomes just the famous cookie there's no out a coating to contained illiquid i said but there are trump coming oreos guess what i found the very next day right like that very covered oreos accidents okay that is if you're getting angry so so we tried it and i i have to say you know slamming circular cookie is definitely more advanced technical skills i absolutely worth the effort definitely a superior slamming experience so i'm throwing down all you keys everybody needs to try this with the orioles now to like really sorry so it also fi lauderdale messy but category yeah yeah it wasn't messy experiment figuring out exactly how to do it the logistics of an oreo straw were were difficult i dropped a couple of them into my hot cocoa and had them dissolve but you know then you just fish amount witherspoon new oreos were wasted i'll put it that long after a pub pose the story my cousin lives in australia i gave challenge this is the only thing they only thing that can be done now is just sit down with the pilots tim tam's in a pile of oreos and just say will just you know for science we have to walk through this yeah volunteers tribute which only science write it down so haven't paid paper and pen as you oh i do blog i have a chocolate series on my blog so i've that there's a there's a thing that it'd be justify wonder if i could get a government grant for this out grants were strangers that exactly so so a so i needed mentioned something else that's a little bit find out what's going on and later mentioned we did a writer's retrea afterwards in a we were saying with grace bridges who's with the con chair and his writer i've known for several years an so we were a a hold hold up working on projects together an grace just started in new project a new manuscript and she has a series about people who get superpowers from the geothermal activity in wrote her a actually this this would make more sense if we talked about right or left first so hold on over they a geothermal area well all of new zealand is a geothermal larry it is volcanic island after all but litter is an active geothermal area a very much like yellowstone in u s where you have geysers you have hot springs you have boiling lakes you have mud pots it's a different city on top of it yeltsin's national park and shit and rhetoric was like a town on top of this and it's one of only like three places in the world where people liv on the hot spot and it's great because you don't have to have a water heater you just dig a hole and boiling water literally comes out of the ground in it you you could cook and we did that will be there we we just fell apart with food stuck it in a steam vent and while la automatic steaming it's really tasty but yeah and that's people used the the steam to a to heat their homes and everything had to restrict how many homes can bore down because they're worried about screwing up the balance of blowing up the city but so it is an actor area the with you know when we were staying there for the convention which is aptly named geyser con or hotel windows looked out on an active geyser they went off every hour just like old faithful only more regular a an yeah so that's that's wrote aurora so great has a series of books about people who get superpowers from these geothermal vents in 'em so that she is just starting the newest one in the series a an end as she started it and she's describing being a this particular scene in ashley i think it's okay for her sailing and i are tech arise in that 'em in that new novel a so she and i actually characters in it siblings way deeper powered yeah the closest i'll ever get the superpowers and i'm really i'm real excited anyway grace wrote the scene where news event opened up in her backyard end 'em you know when we got are superpowers and everything and within a couple of hours there is a breaking news story about a new pitch that had opened up and and i don't know if you guys have been watching in the news about the mud pit that's in the 'em it it's it's literally within eyesight you could actually see are geyser con hotel in the news footage oh no that's opened up an it has completely we opened into the backyard and i think as of this afternoon had just swallowed up one of the sheds in in the yard the homeowners longer on the property of course in there for them not yeah and they were cutting power lines and case the polls went into the went into the pit big his it's just been expanding the last few days an a and it's just hilarious because it's right exactly were grace just wrote it and i'm like oh that's my yard that's my superpowers this is great i mean i'm really sorry guys sorry about that but yeah my superpowers like that all the all the rest of my she shed my cabbages yeah all the things though yeah well have you wake up with superpowers hours of the hidden away no yes but we we couldn't publicize it because otherwise are secret identities will be gone also like there's no way i'm gonna take my that that insurance liability right like no i had nothing to do with that so talk about art imitating life or or vice versa i guess this gave yeah that's wild a no no that's very cool the she's the she's putting you into the story it it it's a fun when you know people who were who were authors you know even if you're an author yourself but if you if you know people that are are authors without a are dry weather podcast the traveling vortex her doctor who specific podcast but they've become friends without a the the gentleman at kindergarten candy jar books they do a series all based around a pretty good year leftward stewart an over the course of them reviewing the books and getting to know andy that they have sean is written some some further books but now all three of us are also characters in some ship are three friends and all his books technically cannon so are three friends are brother via part of the doctor cannon x number of even it up well if you're you're talking about a life imitating art so some years ago i wrote eight murder mystery called con job which i usually right more speculative fiction this one's just pretty straight murder mystery 'em but it's set at eight con right and they say the right way you know andrew so you know my my thought was like you know you got five thousand people everybody's in costume nobody's using their own name nobody's using the real face how do you find you murder like that was that was my premise so yeah so i blended a bunch of different cons that i knew into the into the convention in this in this fictitious convention in the book but i had one particular room in mind convention that i go to regularly a where they the book opens tiny tiny spoiler it's a murder mystery they find a dead body opens where they're they're trying to get the body out of this a public restroom where where there is a murder at this kind and i wrote that with a very specific restroom in mind just cause you have having a visual while you're writing the book came out on tuesday as books usually do and on friday eight i was at that convention size face timing worked on friday there was a huge traffic backup and i was like okay you know stuff happens all the time they're moving up in costume what is it no actually they're taking a stretcher out of that restaurant so not only in my book came out like four days before and i'm like this wasn't me this may be yeah that without after he was a fifty cent i whereas i think they do yeah so that nobody but me knew that it wasn't that restroom it was just that was my in visual while i was writing but oh my gosh that was a little unnerving i'd gotten element that it did get awkward when she set up a table outside but again remember a one year first folks to find out what happens next can't buy that kind of publicity really nor should you want to buy that oh my oh god is hilarious as far as i know the person who's not dead they were taken away they were fine okay good good i'm more of a matter it's been dead pretty sure yeah we'll go with that i i know nobody died at the con i don't i don't i don't have medical details on what actually happened for obvious reasons you know that nobody died at the time because i was it's curious so good though oh by a so i have no idea how making a smooth transition from sorry so that so that gear i mean i could be a potential spoiler for what i was gonna bring up next which is a something that alina as working on which is they audio drama verity weaver yes which i'm actually recording an episode of this week unless you listen to the i listen to the first episode earlier today so oh well you really good i mean it's easily something that kind of come from like big finish or something like that like the the production value on is is really good so and the stories really good to i i had been very pleased i will say i when i first signed on i didn't know much about what i was signing on for you know i knew the premise and i had gotten part of the scripts to do my additions 'em but every single scripted comes out is better than the last i have been amazed at the quality of the scripts and the quality the direction and i'm just i feel i feel very excited to be a part of it is a very good series 'em and we have a lot of a wellknown writers contributing and we have some big name actors contributing i'm not gonna give any spoilers on that front but i have heard a little bit about what's coming at it's very exciting citing to me to be involved 'em but yeah so a very weaver since since we jumped into that cold and we have no background very weaver is a science fiction drama series of produced in the uk by audio our productions end of the basic premise is is verity is this minor in a dead end job out in the back end of space all she does is work all day and it's it's a really miserable life and she wants to have an adventurous life and in order to not have psychological trauma from doing horrible meaningless work all day the miners are allowed to spend twenty minutes a day inside a machine basically gives them an alternate fantasy life in her twenty minutes are spent having adventures and traveling around in the company of this famous adventure unnamed fable what an and then one day she's sleeping away at her dead end mining jobs and something interesting happened and find out what you have to listen to the podcast in the biz we call that hook i know what happens 'cause i i it it is it is very exciting because it is traditional science fiction where you know if you go back to you're you're classic hearts i almost all science fiction functions to serve as eighty hey a mirror to reflect society an society's problems and societies aspirations in this series doesn't excellent job of highlighting hey these are issues people's face these are things that society does it may be good or bad let's look at them in a very removed contact out in outer space in another time where it's totally not be earth were talking about and then it makes you think about those things and i've really enjoyed a breeding every script i've got him like wow that's really good that's amazing 'em so as i said before i'm very pleased and honored to be part of it but a deep rest of the series it's six episode series at least the first season six upsets the rest of the series should be released by the end of year so we have recorded m three we're in the process of recording the third episode right now a an there in they will then be imposed after this week when i finished ending in my lines there'll be in post production and then i will do the next three as the next thing so yeah you can check that out any pretty much any podcast venue has it whether that's i tunes or or any of the podcast services if you search for verity weaver or for audio our productions you should be able to find it there is a website somewhere that so i could send you the link for the should have all of those links available for various services but should be pretty defined they should've put that in these shutdowns yeah no i listened to it and i was just almost immediately i was i was hooked to it's just the the the character's which were introduced to it it does you know it's interesting to see what everybody when they go into this machine what their cause the machine is not program there you can't tell us what you want it to to experience it just takes like you're deepest desire in gives you that for you're you're twenty minutes and the machine in to hear here the different characters talk to talk to each other about what it is they experience at how buried their deepest desires are a because they're all stuck and they're all the same situation they're all on this mining planet mining whatever but how they how they i guess they quote unquote cope with it 'em in while in the machine is is very interesting and i i can't imagine what my what my thing would i if i was a corona ended the machine probably a room full of puppies that would be very relaxing oh yes me well and i i love these the world building surrounding that too because they experienced machine in the show is it's a device you know it sets up you're characterization it sets up you're your story line but i love the way they approach it the the writers have approached it where there's a whole corporate entity backing that it's not explicitly stated but if you start thinking about it you know they talk about licensing people's memories to put in the machine or oh they're cutting down are time because of budget cuts and that sort of thing it really feels like yeah this is eight universe is run by some sort of capitalistic system and and this is how they're just cutting corners and 'em you know so it's it's very interesting to me to look at how well thought out all of those elements are it's not just oh we step this interview story device it's actually a part of that world i'm looking forward to hearing hearing the rest of it they got to the end of the first episode like oh man soon soon more yeah i i don't have the final release dates yet for the couple of episodes 'cause i know they're still in post production but 'em but very shortly hopefully because the the plan is to get the next few episodes out sometime this summer 'em is what i was told a an obviously i'm not the final voice of authority 'cause i'm not the producer leeann actor but we should we should have at least the next few episodes out sometime next couple of months i would think 'em so check back subscribe you should be able to subscribe on any of the podcast services and then you will be notified when next episode comes out yeah yeah i i can't imagine the desserts or something that can be thrown together easily 'cause the the the first episodes like forty five minutes or something like that so they're all they're all roughly the same length annetta you know they're they're sort of like an hour long slot 'em and we have actors all over the world i mean i'm i'm obviously in the united states a lot of raptors are uk actors producers located in the uk is well guess what the company is a so you know there's there's always a little bit of difficulty coordinating because you know if i wanna talk to my director i there's a five hour time difference and i have to email early enough that i can get the answer the same day because she's five hours offering me so you know sometimes it it's the logistics her a little bit challenging so it could take a little bit longer but if everybody were in the same studio acting together and producing together 'em but you know i i love the fact that everybody's so engaged with it and everybody is really dedicated to making it the best possible quality it can be because as you said it sounds sounds very much like a lot of other professional dramas and of course me personally i'm a huge big finish fan i pretty much just signed my checks over them every month yeah so it's exciting to be part of a high quality drama series i really enjoy yeah then the the it's yeah you've got this ensemble cast and you listening again like i said listen the production value that music and sound effects and environmental environmental and you know there's modulation done some people's voices and 'em yeah it's it's very obvious that a lot of time in a care has been put into into the production and i look forward to hearing the rest of it and whatever just released a me too because everybody else's performances well well since i record my lines alone you know depending on what order were doing things and sometimes i get sent a other actors lines to work off of but if i'm the first record on that episode i'm going in a little bit cool because they don't necessarily have lines from other actors so it's very exciting for me here you know how the final product sounds what the conversation tone sounds like what the background sounds like all the special effects all of that because i don't know what that's going to be like when i'm recording it i'm just recording my dialogue 'em so i really enjoyed listening to that first episode when it released to because i know what it's gonna be like i have to say like that's mind boggling going to me that you would recordings just one sided conversations and and i've only done that the one time where you're voicing somebody but without somebody else to work off of an it was incredibly difficult whereas like interaction action you know that that acting feels obviously a lot more natural so i don't know how you do it it doodoo but i like it when it comes out so yeah i i usually have to run through each episode on a couple of times times either just rehearsing on my own or a you know sometimes i just go down in my studio and record each episode a couple of times through and listened back to it and kind of get a feel for how i think the the pacing should be and it's you're right it's a totally different skill because a lot of acting i do i do a lot of stage acting i do i'm part of an acting company that does live nineteen forties radio shows on stage in front of an audience but you're always working off of someone else a end yeah if you're i'm i'm sitting here staring at my acoustic phone tiles thinking well this is exciting in in very inspirational but it's i practice sort of in my head what would this sound like if this were natural conversation and you just a lot of it's just using your imagination and hoping you guess what you're coaster also like and occasionally you know there's a line that oh that wasn't exactly but i thought it was gonna be in you know i'll do a retake if they sent in something and say okay this is what somebody else has recorded can you do it a little more like this emotion but that's pretty minor i mean most of the time we we get it with their first takes which is fortunate because then i don't have i feel like i'm doing it wrong yeah i i can't imagine doing the thing is like a lot of force acting work that's how it's done as a it's a lot of people don't realize that even you know big productions like you know pixar movies and stuff they tend to tend to be just the one actor in a recording booth they don't tend to put people together right bouncing off of each other so it begs you would never know that listening to the final final result you you or tom hanks is just in the recordings this breeding off of a piece of paper you you know not having somebody else to a bounce off of it at the scene so that's a little behind the scenes peak their first single it may not realize and i i find it harder sometimes if they feed me the lines of if my if my co star has has done her lines first and i'm working off of her lines i'm listening to each distinct line and trying to respond to it that's almost harder to me even if i'm just doing it as reading my line straight 'em and i think it's because i don't feel the same energy you know you're used to if you're talking to somebody you're getting a lot of that sort of non verbal communication you're getting the energy that person and when you're just listening to align it's it's actually hard to imagine how you sound in response to that so it could be tricky either way whichever way you do it but it's also it's something that i enjoy stretching as an actor because i've done i've done a little bit of voice acting before but nothing on this scale an it's really it's challenging and it's fun and it's always knew so i enjoy doing it as an actor very cool very cool 'em again i'm kinda stuck with the not having a good transition a i i guess i had something in it lost it 'em do whoever wants to take those are both view of although i think this is more a laura's worst thing 'em but a while looking at cheer is this social media stuff a tell us about canines and action 'cause raleigh animal lovers here so yeah so so kennington it's in action is my day job a because i train train animals can't inaction hints that it's a lot of dogs a mighty work with other species is well andy so i'm a trainer and i will go to people's homes or a goto consultation particular issues or whatever and then also 'em i'm faculty for international a trainee certification buddy 'em education certifications karen prior academy an i love love that and i just taught a workshop at this weekend so i've where i've got six people in eighty roughly seven months long course they're working toward certification and there'll be assessing hearing about six weeks for their final professional a certification an down that it's so much fun in it so fulfilling and i really love that so yeah i guess so there's my my little advertisements if you're in central indiana canines and action is available to help you to sit on a an actually i've written about will just such a circle this back around i have written a couple of nonfiction behavior in training books a bit out of out of that work to so those are fired up frantic and freaked out and social civil and savvy and i just have to say that because i worked so hard to be able to say those names fluently the now i don't feel like you're titles carefully that's just all gonna say is when you're gonna have to repeat it out at two oh they're just like i'll go somewhere to speak end and they'll introduce me he's again this is my day job right so a some poor person will be assigned the task of introducing me before i speak an it is laura men are in dunk ba be author up fired up frantic freaked out and social civil it's it could just see them like up there with the microphone just weeping silently like why why did i have to show the low number that this is my job and so i've i've been asked to pretend like are you comfortable introducing yourself self and i'm like yeah yeah that's fine most people's eyes glaze over when they see the name that are doc though i mean that's that's a lot of letters in a row intendo it's even more because went like marvin are done by in my fiction fiction career but in my nonfiction i use my phone name with all my certification initials so we'll see if i can actually remember them all now so it's more of an earned on kfi k p f c t p c t d t k yeah said that yet but it's so we just throwing a few more letters and you'll have the alphabet comes out i'll tell you the heightened face election to get that name on a book cover is an actual art form so imagine yet i like covered designer a you know emailed me and they they had done some ridiculous attempt to try to make my name large end you know 'cause you know like it's you know people people authors went their names big right let's flattering everybody wants the giant second coming stephen king author name an and i just wrote back and i'm like it's fine just put it in tiny letters at the bottom it's totally fine jen worried about it there thank you play with the current in a little if you need to voters joined us illegible worried about it we get like dude non sarah settled save even more yeah league gothic leak topic is is one that's very tall and very skinny that's that's the friend right there just one of them have you tell if that's the work with graphic design understand you know coming up the logo for the podcast some like like how do i make this work is after doing this for five years i would for the most part ninety nine percent of the time you know if i'm talking about the show at something or someone i could easily you know the five shackles podcast it rolls off the tongue but every now and then it's a lot of words and they sometimes get stuck so but what he could do a little late to change the name so we have the kind of established with the name yes kinda like you guys are to an sewing is half the battle you know it's kind mouthful but you're stablishment bat so a so speaking of which obviously a lorry got you're you're book signing coming up but what else do you guys have a coming up as far as offense and stouffer you guys gonna be it's gonna be a genuinely yeah we we do jenkins on a every year that it is it is they hometown dimension end we do workshops there so as usual we're doing a lot of costuming workshops we have we even have a new one this year i believe 'em that we've not done before a were doing constantly workshops were doing crafting were shops were also doing some seminars on mythology and folklore and things on possibly writing north pathology japanese stephanie's folklore and i wanna mention that grace bridges to see new zealand author i mentioned before she's actually coming in virginia time it will be talking about a speculative fiction in a all the geek step happening being down in middle earth i mean new zealand and so and so's hers hers will be free of free seminar event as well and that will be will be back tobaks so he can catch us all at the same time as you could find find those events that if you know how jen kind of works they have their event signed or were you preregister for events tickets and you could just search for and sewing is half the battle and find all of our events we have we have some games better run under that name is well a mark and john run a tuned indians and things end which is so much fun 'em aunt i i will throw this out because people were sometimes discouraged if they look and see that it's sold out we do take generics at the door so if you see that in event you really wanna do is sold out come any way we will fill the room to capacity actually were doing electronic ticketing this year which means you can come if you don't have generics and we can make it make it happen right on my phone so there you go so definitely come if you want to be part of a workshop a we will get you in somehow until we hit fire code we will get in the room until the fire marshal stand there and stop right right now as far as the rest of the year let's see after jen con i talked about before congress fast because right yeah i'm i'm gonna be at a rome makers writing conference in saint louis 'em which is primarily of interest to writers but saturday night and oh my gosh i should probably look up the date i believe it is july the twentieth i will i will have to double check that 'em but saturday night we have eight big book festival that is open to the public 'em west at terry brooks and peter brett and about fifty other authors all their so you can come in and pick up books and get signed in all the good things so i will send you the details on that since i did not have that tape ready in my head okay and that is in saint louis correct yes yeah it's good to know what they were talking about you i thought saint louis maybe i'm invented you might have i might have missed 'em they we could fix that post m a c that's that's in july and then jen con is the end of july beginning of august it's a little early this year and then what else 'em i am always involved with doc tober fest to north america's doc tober fest which i'm sure you've talked about on this podcast before 'cause i've seen out there i think i even did a podcast with you where once a or showed up irwin 'em what what else a i'm staff at chicago charter so i will definitely be at chicago guitars again this year end were doing some new presentations and workshops at chicago tartus this year i don't know if i'm supposed to say that but i just said it so there we go i mean we just accidentally accidentally muted you while you were talking in i came back just in time here i don't know if i should have said that so now i'm a little terrified and don't worry you won't be the one who gets in trouble for it no i don't think it'd be good but we're adding more interactive events a some of which i'm running at chicago charter so that should be alive and what else do we have going on how you do a real quick we we think we think riffing words i word from professional yeah i right you don't speak draft okay it's just wanna say a an actually that's the thing is i realized i just a wiggled my mouth and turned on my computer and realize i had said something being wrong about saint louis so can i say that again in the right author names 'em so i in saint louis a i will be at the iran makers writers conference which is primarily venture writers but on saturday thirty night which is indeed a july the twentieth a at the sheraton westport in saint louis there's a big book festival and we will have terry brooks an brenton weeks in about fifty other authors they're signing books so it's free totally open to the public come in bringing on books pickup books there that's the thing that's happening and i will i will be there you have it assigned view and terry box will be there and everybody will be there so enroll just being there so they're so there and if you're not there you'll be square hey speaking of books we have something else to talk about doing what do we do we do september can we talk about september it's been great i don't know if i'd forgotten what we're talking about in september i'm looking i'm going to talk about regret gasoline but it'll be talking about that yeah okay yeah i'm pretty sure had been a no no it's definitely been announced today actually like have so many punches in my head right now that i forgot that september so let's talk about denver's i think it's september second i'm not positive on that eight anthology the edited by rhonda perish is coming out called grim grits end gasoline we are excited about it because both laura and i have stories in it so it is they diesel punk fairy tale anthology a all of the stories are set in the interim period and they're all variations on traditional fairy tales so you might have in the twenties gangster story yeah i've got a full story so it's it's all a ranging from the twenties through the forties and variations on fairy tale themes so if you liked fairy tales or if you like do the punk or anything really jd tober period or yeah yeah book is about everything from great gatsby through world war two basically an publishers weekly gave a star review which if you're not in the book industry you're like cool and if you are in the book industry you're like oh that's awesome so just take our word for it that's a good thing can you should get in that is september possibly second possibly second sounds about right now it is available for preorder british yeah yeah he orders now so it's like it's better to say so they're about oh wow you guys have been busy always busy the thing is we don't hold still very long if you leave us just to our own devices we will find ways to fillers gradual garrett attended twentysecond she slamet oreo how did that happen that's great writing fuel oil runs and a lane is drawing on herself was i live here together class costs life from arrived yet i had so much fun being close though i mean there's some costumes and it's not a complex costume it's a really simple costume so there there is some costumes that you just give yourself permission to be not you in the most dramatic way possible class is one of those like i don't even drink like substance abuse of the farthest possible thing from me and i had so much fun pretending to be close i went in the v a the convention this at a convention in michigan as they had eight convention bar in the sweet and i just went in and said typos the bill you're empty kegs draped myself as though i passed out over a bunch of empty gangs and the bartender thought larry's photos for me is great fun and on that note stays out a vision anything else you want to add plug but you've done bike needs attention i think we've covered the big ticket items for the foreseeable future okay i mean we have some long range plans but those probably already promoted yet so over this this is a good order probably outside side of this like i'm i'm i'm teaching some a some writing classes in a calgary but that's a little outside of v midwestern market so i'm not sure that yeah yeah we we we are without are are resident canadian the a stretch it's like we have some canadian listen there's but they're in toronto so at arteries a little bit of a hall yeah a little bit of all yeah yeah canada's a big old times i've been there i like there's not there's not that many places i share this where people get excited about it so i'll tell you guys so i'm going up the calgary i'm actually it's win words collide is they event that'll be up there and then on my way home i'm gonna drive straight up from calgary there is a little town in alberta called volkan which has heartedly adopted it's a geeky coincidental name and everything in the town is done in be a star trek font end 'em and they're they're like they have the federation of planet headquarters in their city hall and everything and so i'm actually stopping to overnight in vulcan just so i could walk around and take photos and experience see you know sister sister town of the planet vulcan amazing yeah so i will definitely certainly be a that in august or september oh my gosh i'm i i believe that in august so i will be a posting photos and sharing that so but he wants to catch vulcan well this'll be a good time to catch up on your social social media said yeah up my how you can find me at laura vip victor alto bravo dot com an all of my social media is linked off of that website and then i have a newsletter on the site a you get free stories just signing up the newsletter and i will never ever share you're info so it's pretty you know you could feel good about signing up for it i don't i don't send it at austin and i definitely don't share you're info so 'em all the social media is hooked off that hub and then alina you could take selling and you're so yeah i all of all of sowings social media on which is pretty much all linked if you find one you confined there's a it's under the name surprisingly end sewing is half the battle so that is instagram tumbler facebook all of those are just lifted as and swings at the battle only exception being twitter because when we signed up for twitter that was too many characters so twitter is h s i h tv for end zone is half the battle 'em but again those are all linked together my personal social media on most of the services is under aviator on terry's that's also victor alpha entrees like named sister 'em end if you want to follow me i don't post anything particularly interesting relating to my professional career i mostly there's no doubt but you know they're they're fun is fun i'm i make you lease when you know certain troll from now through the end the danger of having me run i don't use of personal instagram account i just run the someone is half the battle instagram account which means that usually it's just me being dirty all over the sewing account and then across posted tumbler and across the face booking basically it's me posting selfies of everything i do that's nerdy but you know it's all related costuming somehow distantly 'em but yeah if you if you search any social media for and swimming is half the battle you could probably find one of our accounts and antares is just my personal accounts when they have the also won't make sure to to link the as much as much as possible in the show notes so china a get the links that you guys mentioned a throughout this conversation as well looking at a lot of links so people cats will end over social media is also listed from her website in sewing is half the battle dot com so if you go to the website there is a page with all the social media listed so that's that's easy link yeah so very cool well thank you ladies ferrara reaching out for one a and i'm glad this worked out timing wise both will see the date of the book release andy is the upcoming book signing in john khan and i believe those things you gotta have under let's see all the things though in a i will probably see you at some point during junk on a excellent has are has will cross i'm i'm sure at some point you know fifty thousand people always managed run into people i know so just have this if not run into a who north america or some other event that we definitely cross paths that we we travel in the lot of the same circles oddly enough yes we do so yes we definitely do so but the thank you very much for having a lot of fun and hopefully it won't be another four years 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