36 Burst results for "Episode"

Fresh update on "episode" discussed on Donna and Steve

Donna and Steve

00:32 min | 40 min ago

Fresh update on "episode" discussed on Donna and Steve

"Cooking show. Yeah, because I'm thinking of launching a cooking show. Okay, you might as well because they're giving them to anybody these days. Great, evidenced by Paris Hilton. She doesn't pretend to know how to cook on this show. It's called Cooking with Paris. Great. It's a six episode cooking series on Netflix. And this is like the latest in a recent wave of shows like Selena, Plus chef we had Amy Schumer learns to cook. Then you have people on social media like Britney Spears, showing people how to make her favorite sandwich on Instagram. You've got Jennifer Garner putting a video of like BlackBerry cobbler. Oh, yes, she does. All kinds of cooking smoking. Steve on Twin Cities Live Exactly. Brian Boitano has a really a food network show called What would Brian Boitano make? No, I know that, uh, it's kind of cute. That's funny, but the reason the food network has been resisting celebrity chef Types of shows was because they're not experts in food, and that's just seems like a good set of what they're being their ground and they're they're protecting their brand right. Like we take this seriously go elsewhere for the entertainment. We're going to teach you how to cook exactly So on Paris show she she's really leaning into her persona as a clueless heiress. You know, but we know that's not you know, I really watched her documentary. You know that? That's right. She's not. She's very smart, young lady. She just She just do second care bear. Yes, sticking with the bit so Oh, Here's a little sampling of Paris cooking show. Add six eggs, heavy whipping cream, onion powder, You have a blender this or that? Is that the same thing as a blunder. I don't know my sister's use that all the time it is. It is a blunder. Yes, pleasure of London, London..

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Reasons Why We Have Impostor Syndrome

The Impostor Syndrome Terminator

01:55 min | 15 hrs ago

Reasons Why We Have Impostor Syndrome

"Why are the real reasons why we have imposter syndrome. And why so. Many people have imposter syndrome because some statistics say that it's at least seventy percent of the workforce so people who worked so basically between twenty and six sixty five seventy depending where you live in. The world have reported feeling or thinking imposter syndrome stuff at some point in their career. And it's probably more than seventy percents. The reason why everybody has imposter syndrome even though it manifests at different stages in their life is because all most i mean i can think we can safely say everyone has some sort of. I am not good enough within them right and this could be to a greater or less to extend and show up in different ways but i would say everyone. I don't think that there is anyone on this planet or almost no one who has never felt not good enough in some specific situation and when we don't feel good enough in the inside it kind of pops up as i don't know enough. I'm not qualified enough. Who am i to. It's a self with thing and no one was born feeling. Oh gee i'm not good enough. I suck. I just got lucky when you look at infants or very small children. It's kind of the opposite. They think they're unstoppable. They don't really have that chatter in their mind yet. That makes them out everything. We question everything that when they want something they scream in. Ask for it and they don't really have any sense of. I am not good enough unless and that's a different topic. It's inherited where we got it at an extremely young age but usually when you watch children they kind of whatever you tell them they can. Do they think that can which means that. Imposter syndrome is developed rather than something we are born with.

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Afterpay & Square Say Buy-Now-Pay-Later for EVERYTHING

Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

01:50 min | 1 d ago

Afterpay & Square Say Buy-Now-Pay-Later for EVERYTHING

"This week's episode. We'll talk about the buy now. Pay later craze especially the square after pay deal will revisit. Some surprising advertising spend numbers released from fang talk a bit about canadian startup. Who has an interesting take on consumer health tech unless they try to get more context on how. Amd fits into the narrative of vehicle chip shortages here in canada. So regarding this. On the morning of tuesday august third joel. What have you been paying attention to markets last week while bad news at a china continues to kinda hit markets. They called the video game. Is i can't remember what the exact quote is but effectively. It's cancer for your brain. So they decided that they're going to regulate video game makers for those under the age of eighteen which obviously hertz one of my favorite positions ten cent they are. I mean they are the synonymous with metaverse in video games themselves. They have experts of epic which fortnight they own a ton of the video game ecosystem in the in southeast asia and the stock got smashed little seven percent or eight percent today back down to its low from last week. I do think long term that when you allow for a massive conglomerate like ten cents to have better clarity around regulation and then you create rules and then allow them to continue to operate within those rules that is insanely bullish for the incumbent because it now makes it that much harder for businesses to enter the space and participate because when you massive regulatory hurdles to get into the business will the economics are now more expensive so now in order to compete with the big boys it's that much harder and it just cements them even further

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The Single Most Important Thing to Do Before a Fantasy Draft

Fantasy Football Overtime

01:34 min | 1 d ago

The Single Most Important Thing to Do Before a Fantasy Draft

"Just want to go over a kinda some strategies. Things some tips and tricks that you guys do leading into drafts. I have a process that starts right after the nfl draft. And it's creating my own projections so a lot of that goes into that is what is target shared gonna be like what is yards per area. You're gonna be what is yards per completion gonna be to kind factor into making my own rankings and then i compare those to see if they are somewhat in line with you. Know a lot of my favorite experts some way off and i have valid reasoning for that so my process as it's okay to be way off on that because that's what i show But then like actually going into drafty kind of depends on where the draft is. site has different. Adp's if you really notice it. So sleeper espn yahoo. Every single one is gonna have somewhat different adp's so kind of get a feel of where players are falling in there. Doing some mock drafts to kind of see there and then determine my tears from there. Yeah you touched on everything. I was going to touch on. Tears is the most important thing for me. That's what i spent a lot of my my prep time doing when it comes to actual rankings like. Yeah i don't look at one specific citing say all right. This is the holy bible of fantasy football league off them. I tried to compile as much data as possible. I do a lot of my own projections in then. I kind of combine everything together. With where i think they're gonna fall but tears. Creating tears is the single most important thing heading into a fantasy draft

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Is Your Market Research Accessible?

Reel Talk: The Customer Insights Show

02:04 min | 1 d ago

Is Your Market Research Accessible?

"We're thinking about you know market research and creating products and services or you know Anything that we wanna put out into the market. What are some of the biggest issues that companies have With accessibility when it comes to kinda get gathering insights. Yeah i think one of the top reasons why projects aren't as accessible as a could be is because folks in the disability community or whatever community people were targeting are not included in the process of creation of project planning And all of that. So there's a phrase that's oftentimes used in in the disability inaccessibility worlds which is nothing about us without us so the reason why so. Many things are not accessible as because it's either an or people don't think about it at all in the process and they don't include Folks with disabilities in the design of those products are those design and not not only the design but also in the prep in the project claiming whatever project high in my past life. I was a project manager. And you make a plan. You make a project plan you make a plan with Risks you know. And how you're going to mitigate those risks and when you. You know one of the questions that i've asked over. The years is is one way to start a project is who might you be excluding from the start. Yeah that's an interesting question I think a lot of times people don't even know their excluding and i'm thinking about a conversation. We had on the show early in the year. Probably january one of our first episodes. Actually with eva cy from google and she was talking about how important it is in. You know building technology that the team. That's building it is representative of the entire user

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Understanding the Utilization of Data With Helen Brown and Brent Walker

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

02:11 min | 1 d ago

Understanding the Utilization of Data With Helen Brown and Brent Walker

"I welcome helen brown and bent walker. Who have now company guard. No the in the low limited and they are in the management team of the two and in the know helps companies maximize the use of the data six wild balancing co compliance regulation and keeping in mind ethical. Consider so welcome. Helen and brent. I high that i'm thanks. Thanks for inviting us today. Yep looking forward to it. Yep pleasure to have you so if i may ask you. How did you get into privacy just to kick start the conversation. How did you both of you. Because you're such a rich background and such a nicer experience so vetted privacy hop in are you into privacy. Jovi college them. I think i could involve pn it. Because basically as you've said my background's more of a data background and having led health intelligence services across it just the many yes. I think that when i moved into a national role Challenges people being able to get access and to be able to use that day to appropriately. The i became more of a trouble shooter in such light. Data and intelligence and the relative is most of the issues were in data governance say Where some took like it. All started railing about china's and for me. I mean when. I was the chief information officer in a large teaching hospital. That makes you really really think about privacy. You know we've got so much data all of the medical record information. Which when i started most of that was still on paper loads of risks. How to manage some interesting incidents. You really get fail for how privacy compliance is very very important. Then joining helen. Later on in england when we were together you know using the same examples that she did. You know we were exposed to some big corporate privacy issues that we have to manage so yes so trial by fire but we're both very very Experienced in in prison

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Episode 223 Lifeforce - burst 04

The Moratorium

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Episode 223 Lifeforce - burst 04

"I love the look that the other male astronaut gives them. She's perfect and she's like. Excuse me i've never seen anything so perfect in my life. She's basically just like a rolling her eyes hearts she can in her inner space thing. That guy i mean. We'll talk about it again. We need to probably set it up a little better. But that guy that british astronaut. No he's american. He says she's perfect. I've been in space for six months. She's absolutely perfect and she's like. Hey we're here to yeah. It's not like you haven't seen a woman as right. You called me sugar tits last

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Social Media Creative Content Ideas

Build Your Tribe

02:10 min | 2 d ago

Social Media Creative Content Ideas

"If you're like most people you know you've got a great content on social media to attract your ideal lifer if you've been listening to a lot of build your tribe episodes in the last six months to a year really going on a year now and if you are a member of the marketing impact academy you know how important it is for you to be posting with. Regard to your niche right. So it's not just about trying to create a viral video or create a piece of content that everybody shares. i mean. yeah that's awesome but it doesn't do you much good if it's just attracting the kind of people who are interested in that piece of content but it has nothing to do with what you do. You see what i'm saying like there's great content out there that every one of us could post and we'll probably get more likes and comments but ultimately we want to create the type of content that people keep coming back for and specifically the people who are looking for the solution to the problem that they have and that's the solution that we offer right. So that's why it's so important that your content. Yeah it's gotta be terrible you know it's got to have the ability for people to want to go like this is really good. This is so good that i should share it. This is so good that i should tell about it. This is so good that i should save it and this is something i want to comment on. Because there's the right kind of question. The right type of curiosity has created all of that we get. I know you know that the question is and the thing you probably struggle with this. Where do i come up with this stuff. How do i find creativity every single day inside my niche today. I'm going to share with a really quick strategy that so many top creators are using. Have you had the good fortune of being able to interview. Let's see eight individuals this week. Who are social media managers and quite a few of them run agencies quite a few of them are folks who what they do is find the content for their customers. in many cases they're having to create the content or just re post content that they know would work and in some instances they're giving direction to the person or the organization who they're on the social media and they'll say okay. Here's my concept. Here's what i need from you. And then they put together the video or the post etc

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Frank Ocean to Headline Coachella 2023

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

00:16 sec | 2 d ago

Frank Ocean to Headline Coachella 2023

"Frank ocean might return. Imogen police say he is on the coachella twenty twenty three List artists list and people are excited. And maybe to hint that he's releasing music soon or he's he's just coming back to perform. I know for a fact. Frank ocean as i performed such a long time.

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New Rick and Morty Anime Short Revealed

Rick and Morty Podcast

01:02 min | 2 d ago

New Rick and Morty Anime Short Revealed

"Have a brand new short that is available for your Gluing pleasure. Louise ewing and you're willing pleasure. You can you. Can you can check this out over on youtube. This is called summer. Meets god parentheses. Rick meets evil and I i have some friends. I have some. I mean. i don't know if their i have. I have people that. I know who are The big anime fans brandon. I don't know if you knew that tae. They enjoy the the anime culture and they were a little. Let down by this recent episode of rick. And morty 'cause because of the title they thought oh it's going to be way more animated than it was well fear. Not if you're if you're a great big anime fan then go check out. Go out this this episode. This the short it's We have the link in the show notes but yeah this is This is way more animated version of rick. And morty. it's not even in

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A highlight from Episode 25 Top Three Sibling Songs

Planet LP

01:49 min | 2 d ago

A highlight from Episode 25 Top Three Sibling Songs

"With sisters. My sister laura loves disco. She was that was her jam. Funk soul disco earth wind and fire is probably the one record or the one group that really reminds me of her. I mean she's into the teenyboppers stuff to andy gabe and the osbournes and stuff like that. But when earth wind and fire were super-popular in the disco era chewed often come home from school work and she'd put on some earth wind fire songs and just dance just dance. It was like a stress reliever for her. But stephen i would just kind of sit there and watch her dancing. She seemed so happy to be lost in this music. And when i started seventh grade we had school dances as you know. You probably had them to john and it didn't know how to dance very well so she showed me how to do. Some basic moves with like earth wind and fire songs and then progressive other moves. That were little. More advanced beginner disco. But it worked and i never had problems asking girls to dance. Because i wasn't embarrassed by my lack of rhythm on the dance floor. I wish older sister damn should've gotten the begged her for it. Man i needed so much help in that period of my life. The record that i really love by the band is their nineteen seventy seven album all in all and like many earth wind and fire records. It has this egyptian theme. It's almost sifi which i love. I love sci-fi stuff but it has solid and varied songs from start to finish. Of course there are some huge hits on this record. Serpentine fire and fantasy and jupiter was at the top of the charts. Peaked out at number three on the billboard. Hot one hundred triple platinum so telling folks to listen to nine hundred seventy seven earth when fire all in all. It's not much of a risk. You're not risking much. Listen to this record. So all in all from earth wind and fire from nine hundred seventy seven. That's my that's my sibling. pick thanks to laura. Thank you laura. What a great choice and a

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Interview With Carlacia Grant of 'Outer Banks'

Black Girl Nerds

02:21 min | 2 d ago

Interview With Carlacia Grant of 'Outer Banks'

"It is so great to meet you. My name is stacey and i write for black girl nerds and i have watched a feel episodes of outer banks and then kind of pulled away for a while and so my nieces and nephews are huge huge fans and so they're always talking about it and so i was like i know a little bit about it so this opportunity came up. I was like okay. Well let's let's see what this is about Especially knowing that season two is going to take place in the bahamas. We found in barbados but nj heated to look like bahamas. Well yeah what can first of all tell us a little bit about you and kind of how you got into acting and then how you stumbled upon this role. I started acting Will i knew. I wanted to actor when i was thirteen. Did a play. And i don't know. I just fell in love with the whole process of this is what i wanna do for the rest of my life. Just you know just kept pursuing it through the years in with getting outer banks I just got. I got edition. And i didn't wash yet like i remember seeing the show that my cuba never got around to watching it. But it said films in barbados. Looks like i'm emily an island girl at heart man. I never been to barbados yet. So i was like. Oh my gosh. I have to get this like i really wanna go to barbados And then i tape the audition. I sent the tape in. I didn't hear anything back. And i just kept seeing like re releasing the role like now to say day. I didn't i didn't even get a callback. Nothing and then like my manager call. And she's like. I'm still looking for that girl like they're still casting that that cleo role in like that show. He talked about the barbados shop. And i was like Shall i love the show like at this point. I already finished it in house Wanna be in the show She was like are listed. Send it again. Let's just on the tape again in literally just sent the exact same tape again Chemistry and russell and history.

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Why Do You Want to Make a True Crime Podcast? With Sarah Turney of 'Voices for Justice'

Podcast Movement 2021

01:40 min | 2 d ago

Why Do You Want to Make a True Crime Podcast? With Sarah Turney of 'Voices for Justice'

"Much of ethics in true crime. Podcasting comes down to your intentions. Why do you wanna make a true crime. Podcast over every other genre of podcast out there. This definitely isn't the easiest john to be successful in its saturated discuss horrible events. And if you care about doing good research it's extremely tedious. This is hard work. So why make. True crime podcast. Why don't make a podcast about playing dungeons and dragons with your friends or podcasts. Brooke crocheting or nutrition or whatever. It might be what drew you to this genre. I imagine that the answer for a lot of you is you wanna help. You want to at least be a small part of getting justice for someone raising awareness about a certain topic or maybe just making the world a less crap you plays but if your intentions in this jon rao are not based rendering something. Good just remember that your intentions will dry will drive you towards whoa towards what you want whether you like it or not. So if you're in this genre for money or fame you will most likely make decisions. Based on that intention you might lead your episodes with the most salacious information about a case. Knowing in the back of your mind goes nowhere that in the end the bloodstain on the suspect shirt that you were leading with is actually just animal blood but you lead with it anyway because you know it'll hook people into that episode and ultimately help with downloads now honestly i don't fault people for this. I mean i don't like it. Perverted consume that type of drew. Crime crime content. But whether or not i like it or anyone else likes it. True crime is a form of entertainment. It always has been. You're probably a little expected error. Surprised that i said that but it is it. This is a form of entertainment and we can't get around

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Donna Barrow-Green, Creator and Producer at Illuminus Audio Productions, on Episodic vs Serialized Fiction Podcasts

Podcast Movement 2021

02:17 min | 2 d ago

Donna Barrow-Green, Creator and Producer at Illuminus Audio Productions, on Episodic vs Serialized Fiction Podcasts

"So what makes a fiction. Podcast literary most fiction. Podcasts are somewhere between episodic in syria. You can jump in on any episode and you won't be totally lost. Each episode has a problem a story like a story of the week and that problem is usually solved by the end of the show. Saint characters say world likely of protagonist has a super objective and their subplots plots yet. The story is not usually bound by a larger plot. Structure serialized literally podcasts. On the other hand are sequence and have to be listened to it water as the story builds listeners. Make an investment for the big payoff in reveal at the end. You have a problem with conflict in every episode that engages the listener but these subplots are leading up to a bigger story arc. Consider the tv show matinee. This is a good example of episodic show with evolving plots. Now compare this to handmaid's tale. This story is serialized. Deep investment in the characters theme and most of all the story long form fiction podcasting tells the story that evolves and develops along one narrative structure over the course of a set number of episodes. The most important one of the most important things to understand is that the listener must be invested in toronto in pretty early on for them to stick with the whole show. A plot grain was a good way to look at the difference between episodic in literary serialized stories so literary fiction podcasting here on the bottom is long form meeting the are carries over episodes for one a bigger story. Similarly audiobooks follow long-form but they do not stray from the rhythmic pros the way scripted literary fiction podcasting deaths the literary elements which. I'll be talking about in the context adapting long form. Fiction are addressed through southbound mood and

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Niklas Hildebrand, Co-Founder of Audry, on Types of Collaborations to Grow Your Audience

Podcast Movement 2021

02:05 min | 2 d ago

Niklas Hildebrand, Co-Founder of Audry, on Types of Collaborations to Grow Your Audience

"The definition of a collaboration as i always defined it as a temporary partnership in which to a more podcast us work together to create or promote content is relatively simple. It's not complex. It's not scary. It's really just different conflict. Greatest coming together to help each other out into generally elevate each other shows. These are the three most. Common collaboration types as received one is the guests up. A lot of people have seen. It is most of the time interview a little interview. Focus podcast bringing experts bring out the host talk about predefined topic and then figure out what they where they have differing opinions where they are aligned in generally. It's a fun experience on just being in the show in having other ways of collaborating this is often that you can be guessed you yours. You only bring guests in a corporation scenario. It's often also swap so off focused Interview based show. That can just be on the other show on. Also the hostess guests which is often nice experience promo swaps More reach focus offense biologist giving all receiving a shoutout by the leans alva trailer integration. Where you just produce the audio snippet dent the podcast that can just include in the file. Ben our the rest of the episode or can be a natural native shoutouts at all. You should check out this. Podcast that talk about these. These topics Same the other way round something you can do fee drops a bit more advanced and as still not as common as i thought it would be by now and that's when you include a full on episode of another podcast in your eyes so you basically drop it for your entire audience and create. Hypoc win is often. It's pre face by some kind of introduction of what you can do. It might be different but generally just a drop in the feet as if it's an episode of you'll

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What Is Literary Fiction Podcasting? With Donna Barrow-Green, Creator and Producer at Illuminus Audio Productions

Podcast Movement 2021

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

What Is Literary Fiction Podcasting? With Donna Barrow-Green, Creator and Producer at Illuminus Audio Productions

"Literary fiction podcasting breathes life into long-form stories with an arc that stretches across across seasons of episodes escalating dramatic tension. The result is a fully cast immersive audio experience akin to popular benjamin drama series storytelling for the screen. This isn't new emerging audio drama sub-genre and there aren't many examples to draw from think of literary fiction podcasting as audio book meets. Radio play with a splash of limited series trauma.

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15BB Blind vs Blind Strategy Tips

Poker on the Mind Podcast

04:05 min | 3 d ago

15BB Blind vs Blind Strategy Tips

"Say fifteen big blind limp posts a small blind verses big blind so basically fifteen bigs effective. Small blind limps and big blind checks all right and You have eight. Deuce of hearts in the big blind. So hero has eight days of hearts and checks. I in the big blinds and the flip comes ace eight four so acis spades eight of diamonds four of diamonds and the small blind bets. Two point three big blinds into three big blinds Hero calls and then the turn is the ten of hearts. The board narrates ace of spades of diamonds for of diamonds ten of hearts and the villain or the ball goes for about four point. Five big blinds. This time into seven point. Five big blends and i can see here that the hero folded here and that was incorrect. So the great thing about this opposite shows you where you're going wrong and it was supposed to be a cool here. One hundred percent of the time looking at it looking at it now so the question is why do we call here with third pair. Surely hand isn't good enough. So do you have any thoughts. Stray away to show just remind you of the hunters olympic fifteen. Big blinds floppies. Ace eight four goes big bear and we call with middle pat eight of hearts and then the turn is the ten of hearts and the villain bats four and a half into seven and a half and we need to call on this turn card so yeah any thoughts right now tricia l. yeah. I have plenty of thoughts. I have plenty of thoughts You know i think you have to look at. What is the range of hands that the small blind is going to be taking these lines with right so should always be our first our first online yell out and then we can probably come up with a lot of hands that the small blind would be doing this with that right. Our our third peres. Arthur parents like the nuts. But i'm sure you're going to fill us in on some more. Some more ideas here will so just to go back a few steps. Don't even to this this hand behalf and get asked the question. I which of the spots that you should focus onto to maximize your studying to be more or most efficient when it comes to studying so looking you know four bet. Pots is probably just. Don't do it you can you know until you've mastered all the other spots single raise. Parts against the big blind position is a really good one. Boston versus big blind off. Various tax is is going to be really good then maybe like logic big blind and then for some of position stuff you might want to cut off his button and low jack versus button and then blind versus blind and obviously this line versus blind spot and i think that it trips people up because the rangers are so wise and you go to realize that he With with panay is is actually pretty good in this spot. That the key thing i think as well is that all we check back in the big blind what to think about what range actually looks like. We're gonna be raising jamming with a lot of hands right so on this as high board. We don't have too many six hands and so as well right and well. Yeah you say that but for fifteen. Big blinds is definitely going to be He can go for a limp with Some some really strong hands. Maybe the off suit. Asec yeah. I think you're right here. The tricia will have the off suit. A sex are the ones that might just go for a jump. Fifteen fifteen bigs but yeah. I do think he's going to have Some some essex hands in this in this spot But all in all it just means that like yeah. You will have a few ace ace hands and then you could have a eight four. So that's pretty strong but you're probably not going to have eight and you're not going to have falls and you probably raise aces as

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The Birth of RavenDB With Oren Eini

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

02:12 min | 3 d ago

The Birth of RavenDB With Oren Eini

"Hello and welcome to six figure. Developer podcast gaspar. We talk about noon. Exciting technologies professional development clean code career advancement and more. I'm john calloway. I'm clayton hunt. And i'm john ash with us. Today is foreign. Any orrin is the founder of hibernating rhinos which develops raven db a new sequel open source and acid a document database. Welcome orrin so Before we sort of jumped into the meat of you know. What raven devious. Would you give our listeners. Maybe a little introduction to yourself Perhaps tell them how you got started in the industry. False computer poke up. The lighting was instruction fully orangeville. Still to to move left and right does logo in the eighty s Maybe any nineties I remember that the head to convince my mother to by dc supreme expensive visual studio four book so could learn how to do interesting things with computer. I always knew that. I wanted to work with computers and full while i thought that would be in house. Will technician ablation side. And somehow i go into pretty software and then more and more software. Most of that was crop. Some of that was like supreme crop. I remember at a ninety eight or nine thousand nine. I wrote a folk software in a speech is because it which means that was writing in a adventurous. I was like teen in several sites javascript into ninety s and sometimes i was like the mvp scrape on the civil side and people decline site with a class. I was but remember what these false of any single file and didn't know about databases anytime but they needed to stole do a full messages.

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Why Do We Make Assumptions?

Mindset for Life

01:40 min | 3 d ago

Why Do We Make Assumptions?

"Welcome to the mind. Set for life podcast. Today this is bethany hansen. And i am so glad you are here. We're gonna talk about assumptions today. Have you ever had someone really let you down or expect something of you that you just had no idea about likely that was because a there was poor communication but the there were some assumptions. Either you had an assumption about the other person or they had an assumption about you and that wasn't communicated enough. I've talked for a few weeks now on the mind set for life. Podcast about the ladder of inference. I've never mentioned the letter of inference. So if you listened to episodes seventy eight and seventy nine you're not gonna hear me mention it but that is exactly what i'm talking about. The ladder of inference is this tool. That really tells us what we are thinking. It's interesting because when we think in sort of these steps are brain just flies through it. We don't even realize we're doing it. But the ladder of inference gives us sort of a structure to which we can then slow down think about it and realize where we went wrong in our thinking or where someone else went wrong in their thinking at where we need to fill in the blanks. The crazy thing is a lot of the thoughts in our own ladder of inference. Come from our younger life like our childhood or our youth. We have some experiences as we're growing up or as were young in the world and we draw a conclusion based on those experiences

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New episode burst

06:58 min | 10 months ago

"episode" Discussed on New episode burst

"For quite a while now, and hopefully getting better delivering better content for you that you come back and you share that you'd be a part of what I do. This is important stuff. It needs to be top-of-mind too because the news she can steal that away at any time and that's why cases cold cold. So top of mind is really important in this stuff. Who else I've been talking about. Well the last person to touch on here the mystery man known as Lisk Long Island serial killer AKA AKA AKA Long Beach killer Yeah, you know what? I have actually thought that list could be gay which would be quite a Twist in that case. But I do think that it is one guy as they say over in the Middle East Coast on Long Island the investigators over there that it's one dude who was responsible for at least ten murders. I've pointed out that his case if he is still alive, which I say that there's a high probability that he is still alive, but that he is and has been model himself after another famous case the Green River Killer in my opinion Lisk knows the Green River Killer knows about that case. I'm very interesting. He does a lot of things similar to The Green River Killer who of course was caught in early 2000s and had been Doing the various things to sex workers in the early eighties and the state of Washington along the Green River so you can check out more on that. I'm drowning verdict for Lisk to see what I'm talking about there. But I think it's interesting stuff because I do think do this still alive and could wage like again just taking his time also said that lisc is a lot older than people think like dudes in his sixties like mid sixties also said that what was left at the scene where investigators came out and said that there was a belt left at the scene and that it was placed there by the killer that it was intentional and after doing a lot of research on that putting my author mind to work and doing my best guess because I'm not an expert. I just how look at things at different angles and utilize my experience dead. I said that yeah. Yeah, I believe it was placed there too. And I considered it to be like a double entendre. If you will that the killer had placed the.

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

Best Episode Ever

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"Here? We go. We're going to figure out the best episode of development and whatever the answer is you cannot tell us. We're wrong so Alex. What do you think is the best episode of arrested development? So I in general. I looked at season two right away. There's also it's so good throughout the entire series. There's kind of different chunks of season unwanted chunk season two as a chunk and then season three is kind of two different things like. There's the whole Mr F saga leading up to the Ocean Walker. And then there's we're getting. We're getting canceled on here. Some other stuff and let's wrap out the Iraq stuff and do that fast and then sees I season two is the one I keep coming back a two and I think my favorite is episode for good grief and it's a for a lot of reasons of said before There's Charlie Brown walk. There's there's just a lot of really solid quick print joke Senate like that one. Has I think my favorite visual Easter egg and the whole thing is the Mexican political cartoon tune about George Senior being arrested and going down where he's it's a cartoon of him being lowered into the corn baller. Yeah and then the caption Frito Bandido just bazaar. Someone bothered to drive in life. You know. It's also it's got Ice Senate and it always Isis graven even the craziest characters in the show have a very human desire Zaire and ice bounty hunt so he can party plan and so we see. He's in the phone book for both things. And he has different tagline for both things and it just moves moves and moves and moves and it has so many of my favorite runners and and it's also sort of a second part like Amigos and good grief three and four of season two are kind of a two parter harder and it pays off all of it. It's great yeah. It's a really good vowed. Probably be my second choice. It's so good has a lot of great job stuff with. He's yeah he's doing a magic show his father's funeral while they're not telling buster that that George senior has passed away. My God I love. I love how they kept that from. He had earlier agreed to join the army but hasn't reported yet and so he shows up in like a stripper version of like a world war. One German soldier outfit is really good episode. Because also I think like in a technical sense. Michael's my favorite character. Just because he is like he's a straight man and also they give them so many good jokes see the whole thing centers on him but I think busters really my favorite character and buster has so much good stuff in that when he gets to say the army had half a day and he just gets to like like when he doesn't know that it's actually a funeral thinks it's all dark humor like all his deliveries of like. It's the most unbelievable Blake Blake meals. The Best Birthday Cardi gets which is the grim. He goes ooh. I love job to everyone pretending that it's his birthday but not being able to say it's like heads another year older. I know that I would vote for that. I would vote for that. The episode I want to talk about is peer pressure from the first season is the first I Episode with J Walter Weatherman. The one armed lesson on Bersin teaches lessons. I think it's I think it's just a great complete episode so many fun running jokes with introducing with the introduction of Flashbacks J. Walter Wealthier. Men like you should always leave. Note is why you don't yell. And he this guy who gets his arm ripped he has one arm and he gets his arm ripped off in whatever scheme. George does to teach the kids a lesson. It's also really hokey. Because they're always like you shot his arm on you then you're gonNA love my vote. Oh yes see mine is afternoon afternoon delight. It's the sixth episode of the second season. And it's essentially job stays stages of mass of firing after being inadvertently inadvertently roasted and the Christmas party. and Michael is forced to rebuild the banana. Stand and buster plays Hooky at the army. Armie it from the arcade game and it ends in like one of the best I mean throughout the name is afternoon delight and every single kissed storyline. That is happening has to do with the word afternoon delight so like Michael is trying to make George Michael Jealous because he's not spending thing as much time with him anymore and so he and maybe start singing afternoon delight on the Karaoke and then they realized what like a dirty song that is also Lucille. Zeal needs to calm down really tense. And so he so Church George is like Tells his uncle that he should go give his mom an afternoon delight. And and WHO's the huge donors like Oscar like. Oh you mean afternoon delight which is like a game for a week and then he gets and he's like then it's a such a good conversation where it's the same thing where they're like talking about different things but they think they're talking at the same thing and so he goes. I just wonder how I'll give it to her. And he's like I don't need to know that he's like maybe I'll put it in her Brownie and he was like Whoa man and then she does. She like eats some weed and it ends with like so. They organized this party at the Banana Stan. Meanwhile she's so stoned on afternoon. Mandalay that you slowly drives into the Party and she runs over. Joe's runs over to buy right. No I think no. It's job because he's in. The one of my favorite jokes is in. This episode of Joe Buys a very expensive suit at the beginning. So I in the beginning of the episode people like. Oh Hey job. Can you hold the elevator. The guy the thirty two hundred dollars suits yeah. The value of the suit keeps keeps going up. Like oh the guy in the sixty dollar bananas matter. What he's wearing? Yeah and the whole time. Buster is is playing the the little grabber toy grabbers game in the arcade at the end to save job. WHO's pinned under the car? He needs a crane. Does like the big version of of the of the toy. Grabber game it was to me it was like the perfect like cacophony of every you know in the beginning and it ended in this like hugely the epic and funny away and it was full of misinterpretations and Miss Communications. And that's why all of the problems happen so to me. I was just like this. Embodies the entire series so beautiful we have three Credibly good nominees and we're not even bringing up about forty five other episodes of the show that could be in this conversation. Yeah what do you think it's I mean I am because I was rapidly. Googling is you're talking about afternoon delight like is that the one jobs and a banana suit being craned back down after at like everyone I think can just see his lack of shorts laughing with me live and and yet J. Walter Weatherman on his own is also well. That was like this is a show that I've watched it so much that sometimes I will just listen to it like a radio show when I'm driving. Uh We'll just put it on a device but I'm driving safely police Louisiana playing and it's the I hear the audio and they're still visual visual stuff too. That's really key when j Walter weatherman teaching the lesson about not yelling at each other on a boat when their kids. And he's like oh so go ahead and start the engine and and then it rips his arm off and then j Walter. Weatherman is like and that's why you don't yell. They bother to cut back to George senior at the top of the boat just laughing as it is happy. Be As ever since. I don't know like all of them. Have such care at detailed to jokes all of the time and like using your time as well as possible which is across the series. But especially all these. These are all really great nominees and I know some of the criteria that we talked about is like it evolves the whole family. I mean all these do its season too overall is so good. I kind of lean toward that in general there higher powers and not like they start strong out the gate like this also one where even the pilots pretty good the best one but like the show starts strong. It doesn't doesn't really take time. I would vote for good grief. I would change my vote if that's how if we could agree on now. I am fine with giving this took good grief because I agree. It's some of the best family dynamic pop pop up the fact that you call it. That means cool what we decided friends good grief. Everyone's episode for developments the best episode case closed. Don't have a don't have a reference for that wrench Frank Radish. Oh well it's Ah Your Cats everybody keeps. Yeah Maritime Law. Yeah my name is judge. Yeah I mean I don't even mentioned various Zakar corn like there's so mattis show is so dense it's like it's just keep coming back to it in a crazy way hot ding Dong. If you don't go see it we hope we've wet your whistle. Watch this so again. It's definitely streaming on that flex and it is a joy. Yeah you can watch it like as it's meant to be seen and not need to wait week to week like America refused to our guys thank you so much for listening. Thank you for journeys for you. Guys everyone you you can follow and ray subscribe and all sorts of other Internet things to the show. Best episode ever on Apple PODCASTS. Stitcher spotify other APPS so many. Oh my God just give us the rate. It does help us if you do the the ratings and review on Apple podcasts. That does help us. You can follow the show on the social. Media's I on facebook twitter instagram at best episode Pod You can follow me Brett Raider Bellamy at coverage on cheeses. I'm at Alex. Committee are join US next week. We are GonNa talk about Gilmore Girls. Yeah get get your coffee ready. Everyone it's time for Gilmore Girls. You're gonNA WANNA drink copy VM. Look at the ball. Leaves and other Gilmore girls references. Because I'm not really familiar with this show so them You know as this show as we do the show I'm not going to none of us are going to be experts in every TV. Show anyways that'll be next what it's like. Like to be a Gilmore girl or something like that. That was good. That was a good. Yeah that was a reference family. Love Gilmore Girls. It's a girl All right thanks for listening guys..

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"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

Best Episode Ever

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"Yeah that's that's my vote i just i like the i like the way it is it broke structure and was subversive by explaining a very important character trait of lake frank frank was never really explained before like you never existed as a trope of this writer yes and then knowing something about him on a deeper level was like oh crap under this like embellished thing yeah is very cool slept one that's great i am going to have to respectfully disagree okay as well rule yo as queen jordan is as a matter sowed by its nature cannot be the pest episode because it was not an episode with three rockets episode queen of giorno now all the sacred shared chance there was a few i think it's the tuxedo begins i'll that one's gone we just have peak liz when she turns into the joker it's kind of a weird episode maybe i'm like shitting on my own point by pyongyang kind of another weird so that is like add almajd to the dark night for some reason but this is different because it's something i kanchelskis uh oh it's p liz i've felt that way before i i think it's great i look at work where in like you realize like the all the all the crazy people get to behave how they want no nervous normal people get to behave how they want and she i just love leg which he brings her gym bag into a movie theater yeah it's disgusting stuff on the subway and she just breaks the system of the social contract of new york i think that's great jack you know this powerful guy being afraid to leave his office and i think it's the guy is saint 'cause he's very rarely vulnerable yeah that's a great turn hearing of on it said yeah i think that's good i also like the episode one hundred allott because this is the episode words there 100episode there potentially about to get cancelled by uh by cable town and meanwhile the pre one of the for scenes there's a gas leak in the studio and michael keaton is the janitor inside and it's my last day on the job.

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Best Episode Ever

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"All right i guess we've come to the final hour at a bosnian sected it's time to figure at the best episode ever we have some nominees halle ha how do you feel about this how i just i just chose one i know now days that one i that is wrong no man used a like why you think it's like the best of all the things i hayward episode is clean of jordan uh because which i found out leader actually i i saw that episode and islands leg dying all the way through and or leagues scott your favorite episode and and none of the other ones really topped it for me and then i later realized that i was lake so tracy week field wrote it tracy's a friend of mine from call into and so it's really funny that she wrote that and then we also we get dinner every once in a while like she's very busy show running who show but we get dinner ruins on it's so funny because we both are reality show hose lake we love lodging that stuff silva and so is that of course that's why it appealed to me and i could just totally see tracy of like being like can i do that episode and the episode just everything about it everything about is so funny and it's such a perfect play on if you watch reality tv show tv which i not even a big male the tv person i've definitely watch ally in my time i really don't keep up with it other than one show but if you watch reality tv if you're a fan of it are are used to its trump's at all cleaner jordan hits all of lands are a hit of all of them also i don't know if tracy feels that she is a reality show i just made that upright.

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Best Episode Ever

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"Complete doughnut the donut wizard squirms little heed giggles so this is how it feels going away wait outside i love it i want us a holler at me adventure that was good and alton so simple just donor who wanted to be a whole donor whole great was is there there a song in it that's really done to things about his whole really a la real gross in fun but yeah what a treat now is the those truly a tree i hope everybody enjoy the because i share dead all right let's get outta here that was awesome and so good theresa where can we finds you on good inter webs who you can find me on twitter at larissa t that's l e r e s a t e yeah pretty much where you can find me you involve the show on the twitter the instagram the facebook at best episode pod follow raid subscribed do all the fancy business on apple podcast we love the fancy business we love fancy business please send your fancy business to box i either now you can follow me on twitter brought reiter and you can follow me on twitter carnage john cheeses we'll be back next week to talk about sherlock sherlock dead at n that's the theme song that's it remember adventure times best episodes dungeon train don't tell anybody anything else the.

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Best Episode Ever

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"I picked by our best friends children his is one fin starts to sing and then they join together i'm does your problem is good to you that much i there's a lot of goods that's a good musical episode because they all sort of reform their thing here to to beat the two gift through the door they have too soon yeah my best ones in while that's why i'm he's like you our my best friends and world and then the door just opens uh it's a good episode for music pressure oh i think i think i thought it was called what am i to you but i think it's called my best friend because they basically thing like what am i do you he likes that like it's just all about their relationships and how they see each other and like well what how do you see me like do you hate me like why vonleh and then they like singer bothers purity's zero three do you think that i don't understand i just wanted to see the other end of maize and there was the most one and of them then in like the one that some of you would get mad at each other la live de strands in world is a good group episode is usually you only have vikings in and jake and there may be one or two other people well i didn't when i first started washing i didn't realize that fan was like a boy mpv was in a not an adult but like a grown teenager and that's why they can't be together because in the beginning they can push their story line together and he has a crush on her but he she just see them here it's like little boy and eventually they sort of like abandon then they just kind of be but become best friends but yeah and asahi kind of thing that like what am i am i just like a little boy a like you don't take me seriously and i'm like all but but he.

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Best Episode Ever

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"So that's not one thing i paid a lot of tinged eu funds act though i have a friend who did a voice on is this market and i was like oh my god it was like the most amazing thing that is i'm telling joe you connected to you but i actually was recently watching them again and i didn't realize this but lena dunham voices what surveys the betty i think as snow really yeah the yeah simon sprint islands exboyfriend rent a yes i think they've i'm time dated day o'day this and stuff yeah okay well them as yet i just i i i would i never noticed i can never keep up with the relationship yeah there's a lot of weird tatton sexual tension between a lot of the characters i would never have i mean i i was watching it the same way of just being like that's betty yeah said of the un we wasted but that's so interesting my favorite is the episode blood under the skin which i think is just a really hilarious episode and peter store mayor does the voice of this night and pierre stormier if you don't even know he's like a he's one of those that guy actors he usually plays like eastern european or russian villains or hit or mobsters he's also in armageddon as the russian cosmonaut his is hanging out there the hang out with for like twenty minutes and he's just the episode i think he's just hilarious and and finn is he's he gets a splinter at the beginning of the episode and he needs to get some armored to cover up for his puts a little thimble on a hunger and disease.

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Best Episode Ever

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"In two thousand six recent cal arts graduate pendleton ward began working on a sevenminute short he pitched to an incubator series on the nick tunes network called random cartoons in the short titled adventure time a boy named pen and his magical dog jake rescue princess bubble gum from the evil iced king shutting my neighbour totoro home movies and dr cats professional therapist as inspiration ward wanted to blend magical a beautiful moments grounded conversational dialogue which were premiered on nick tunes in january two thousand seven and went viral shortly thereafter while ward worked by day as a story board artist on the marvellous misadventures of flap jackie continue working on it adventure time after it was pitched too and rejected by nick tunes as a full series cartoon network and asked for a pilot they hated starting from scratch warden his to to reported out what would be adventure times first produced episode the entire radio on april fifth 2010 adventure time for mute on the cartoon network to two and a half million viewers two hundred in seventy episodes in its now a worldwide media phenomenon spawning a universe of merchandising video games comic books a rumored movie and a cameo on future rama and today we're going to figure out its best episode ever worst episode ever when the game yelled gordon you'll lose every one we have to know back to say we all all right i he well they're the best episode over i that's carmen that's me i'm garmin.

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"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

Best Episode Ever

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"Kassim things a lot because like you're supposed to not like him on the initially i was there i was watching uh how i watched every watch band of brothers recently with my girlfriend who had never seen it and ross's a we david tremors in the first episode as this really unlikeable drill sergeant who really he's only in the first episode in a kind of comes up once or twice to episodes later and like you need you need to set bring in an actor for you immediately can tell is like a winnie and you don't really like a month and his two thousand one or whenever i made it and they brought in david trimmer and the rest of the actors in the series are you don't even know who they are but i think he is incredible on the show he gives such a physical he's like the best physical comedian evolve his just so great in when they're in the when he has to hide from bruce willis in the kowloon and your closes and he likes sinks to the ground like a noodle and then slides under the badly at debts his physicality die like tim best at the end of the show where he was so ridiculous and just a guber and a flight just what i i the beginning of the show i had a really i have a really hard time oppressors a whole series of of episodes between when she starts working of bloomingdale's and then after they break up that i can't watch because he is so possessive and so shitty to her that like i can't it at like makes me angry i don't watch it because i hate he such a sniffling fucking weasel i think they may have realized after the other like we're as we were like this guy is not somebody were going benefit is going to root for oh true true tuneup jokes no no no no no lean harder and harder so that's great so is it are we decided and i i agree with you i think that like embodies the theories yeah they're good it's decided you win no nobody win there's no world's figuring the thousands gathered here it's going to be different you know this is the first episode of the show were it's going to be different ever.

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"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

Best Episode Ever

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"Valer rumor just like oh and they still are always like that episode guys remember cannot and do that can adams yeah it is a good episode i think this gets into a larger discussion that we can start talking about now what you think is the best episode ever is that your what is that your suggestion for best member katie or do you have no no i mean i wrote i wrote one that's kind of boring in terms of like it's one of the most wellknown episodes which is the one with the embryos which is when um femi is being implanted with her brother's babies and they're trying to there having the quiz the media around that ross rights to if the women win the guys get rid of the rooster the men when they give up their and i just think that that the whole point of them like all of them just doing answering these questions about each other new learn so much about each of the characters without anything actually having to happen just by details of yelm it is joyous watching them do that quiz yeah i was i i like that episode is really great because any time they cut to them june's quiz with five of them less phoebe it's like incredible and so funny i dunno i feel like you know we can talk about what makes a great episode of friends like i want all the friends being involved in it feels like fee these kind of just she just in this hospital sat with g of andrei b c just like she's doing aid rather of yeah aarp don't even know who that rule in the mom from wide on each via idea but don't i feel like she's kind of relegated to like doing less than i mean that happens on any show were like i think it's hard they're always going to have a be sorry they always have nearly known as there live there classic tv it was very classic tv now think the change it was good though it was a really good bill which would it would evening is your breath okay i know there are issues that its ads and but i'm just going to have to say i think the one with all the kissing.

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"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

Best Episode Ever

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"Yeah and uh i just think the titles really funny to cause monica gets stakes is a gift from a new meat supplier and so they she decides to make dinner at home instead of going out to the restaurant and then they won i plan for your and then but against getting fired because van is actually merson the it's like not the bus episode ever variety show but yet like the whole episode bill to this crescendo were there all having a huge fight about money with each other in all just like yelling at each other in central park and then phoebe or i'm sorry monitor gets a call upon aids and she has a vision that has the exile you that's a joke in there in the beginning of the of associates a pager she has a page and she calls and she gets fired and then everyone realise numbers like oh let's all like take care of each other in the referendum than a alone that i felt like that was maybe the 'cause i was in what the second season or the for second season hall i feel like that was like a perfect lake month i was like maybe the beginning best beginning moment like this entire series where he felt like yeah they're going to like get into big hoopla issues and then they're gonna and then they're just gonna always be there via for each other yet because there there for them to my idea who do i thought for best from us like ric episode is every episode before september eleven two thousand one because any time they need to lake shown establishing shot of remember you're in new york like oh yes the twin towers and zeitgeist for your euro and they stop right after yeah they did they don't even because it happen nine eleven happened right around one uh chalor imanaka that mary here could i could i blame i planned chandler monica on now it's like you just hate mayor love.

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"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

Best Episode Ever

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"A friend or you the duck i wrote i were that i wrote that line in the episode after hours because it's like this show was so messed up but i still i mean i don't know when i when i watched and fell in love with it as a child he didn't understand these things in now is a uh an adult with the critical thinking brain i can be like this is not great yet but best episode over this podcast as a celebration of these television show it now that we've passed that problem addict or if we uh another category we have is what's the best rossum rachel episode and during the romance of the show i guess maybe if you think so yeah people here i think one everybody everybody's always ross and rachel so i feel like we had to touch on that but if you really feel like bringing out a chandler and monica or whatever non union of those nerds in her wedding i am okay so ross and rachel a lotta people probably would say the episode where they give act together on the breakup who after he he reads the letter in she is asking him to be whatever but my actual actually my favorite roslyn rachel episode is the one where monica sings the pla at one of the story lines is that monica goes to sing it mike's a kariuki bar but the reason why i like it as a rostrum rachel episode is because rachel kinda just takes a lot of ross's crap uh when they're together even when they're apart she he's really really awful to her and she kinda just takes it and this is the episode where she kisses dermot mulroney down durham more rooney on the override patio and ross sees and then he blows up with at her about how it's you know t you didn't tell me the you were dating blah blah blah blah blah you kissed him on the balcony and she was like that was one time and he was like well what about the know what about the guys.

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"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

Best Episode Ever

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"Yeah even in the one with ross's tan though one we brought up earlier without really nice joey and rachel moment at the beginning of the epa said there's a seamer joey is like given his moves of like those how i'm gonna get rachel he likes slides the hand of the sky a yeah and china really likes it and then like a beer commercial from the 70s they're like oh let's go to our some chicken wings you know so it's it's just like some cheap punch lines about that stuff but it is a little weird that thursday it's not just like oh okay one episode has that alana's salads well have that as the butt of the jug you brought up the one with ross is tan which novel matic to enter a whole other reason which is that ross's unblocked face not for the majority of that episode yes and you can do do at a vavuniya in ivory is a thing that chandler actually says to him and there's a point where he was going to get this fake tan and he asks the guy while he goes the guy goes what colored you want to be and he was like why like you what you are what's your color and he was like i'm puerto rican which is i'm just like uh and then ross because he's an idiot and can't follow directions get sprayed like i think four times in the face with the spray tan he four inches tutu's i'm an eight and think of one point he's bna and this is from a first season oh no it's from the finals yemen for him if dip and and mallory long and i realised at one point that during that period of time he's dating charlie played by should tyler dating a man who is for the foreseeable future two to three weeks or however long it takes for the tan your skin to flake off the tend to go away she is uh dating of a man and plastics.

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"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

Best Episode Ever

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"Right not just as a friend and not why also love that is like a worldwide network white in this happen with chandler and monica and then he goes will i guess they just weren't as good a friend niels we are which i thought was very sweet but yeah i it that's the thing is like he he gani fox a lot of women and he doesn't know know people's names and doesn't remember women's names or whatever like he tries to have sex with a woman and then he realizes that he recognised the apartment and he's mad that she doesn't remember that they slept together but then it turns out he slept with a room like yeah all of that is terrible but like he loves his sister's he leg is fiercely protective of like yeah them so yeah i do i agree that he's he's like a sweet dude like that episode where he finds that that is dead cheating on his mom is actually lake really yeah really kind of heartbreaking for joey because he he definitely was like how could you do that he's and he was like if i'm gonna settle down i will be faithful like that's his thing yeah like if i'm going to settle down i will be any also even light yep i think some of the things that he says are like they're complex yeah he's in good weather all complex all right we should do do we want to talk about problematic there are some of the soy yes which episode he thinks them on the one that i put his problematic is the one with the rumor which is thanksgiving episode we're brad pitt shows up there's a lot of really shitty talk about fat people in that because both will in one to fat but the part the just there's a lot in it that's really shitty rate they started a rumor that rachel was was a hermaphrodite who is a hermaphrodite and that they told everybody in the school in they call it a teeny we need you told them i.

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"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

Best Episode Ever

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"First and foremost what we need to do as you should for any discs any discussion about friends katie wolfreiner you uh vanquished so i was thinking about this i think i mirotic enough to be monica but i'm not evil which she is sometimes she's really she's one of the worst of the people if especially the the like the episode where they're trying to their adoption like profile gets picked by anna ferriss and they go in they cheap mistakes them for like a doctor and a reverend and they and monica like leans into lying to get a baby which we talked about on that episode of after the friends episode of after hours which i wrote but i am as neurotic is she is an about like how i like things a certain way and make the bed a certain way like my boyfriend's getting ready to move in with me and he is acutely aware that i am very particular about my space so he's trying his best to lake be very open until you know i think there's like an episode where richard doesn't know how to make the bed and she's like you have to put the flowers on the comfort or facing up towards the top of the bed because that's where the sun is against that sort of like weird logic so identify that i think you can you can say that you're someone and exclude the parts that are clearly not you like evil like be you know that you will bit fever and of at i also feel i'm part rachel only because i i think she like kind of she figured it out yeah do you know what i mean like she figured out how to be a grown up in a way that works for her and like that's i really like her arc during the series of like she is able to support herself and she's found her her thing that she loves and she's like making those decisions that she can make before i would also say knowing you you're very fashions so i could i'm very fast villian i am very fashion our very fashion though is rachel so just kinda makes your very sweet no i'm just saying current were were friend or you.

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"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

Best Episode Ever

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"How come everybody gets different thing change at thumbnails they know they change the thumbnails napa looks changes the thumbnails based on what you like what they think he lying they do that with descriptions gal ross as well and i wonder what so other people get that they're women yeah i've won with chandler like pointing at something and probably saying something sarcastic by miller shammar could this be anymore an airplane annapolis yeah there's a there the bride my best friend told me that she was like i wanna see what your i think it was no country for old man she's like i wanna see what you were net flicks description is for this movie kinds woody harrelson throw its mouth no not than thumbnail the description were one of them is super dumbed down and the other one is like what the movie is actually gala cowboy of money now this is going to trip me up i'm going to look at everybody else is not flex now i to us which friends thumbnail you have on that one way doing if you've never heard of friends it's available on that flicks watch all two hundred thirty six episodes in well they're not the full episodes two that's the thing about why i have friends on the whole series on dvd which is what i watched over and over again before it came on fox now i just watch netflix expert netflixing cuts they'll built trim the ends of scenes into like it transitions and other seen so sometimes there will be like a joke or a little thing that they've just cut out and i know the pacing so well from the dvds that i will i can here i know that there is a joke missing on the show we are going to each week find a new series and try and figure its best episode ever we're gonna make that distinction by the ends of the show we're gonna give out some awards at the top we're going to talk about what makes each show good what makes a great episode of each show but i think.

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"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

Best Episode Ever

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"episode" Discussed on Best Episode Ever

"Hey guys this brett we're about to get started on the first episode of best episode ever but first one simple request in order to support our show we need the help of advertisers but to get advertisers they need to know who you the listener are so please go to pods survey dot com slash best as in best episode ever and take a quick anonymous survey that will help us get to know you a little bit better than the advertisers can get to know us a little bit better they sell you cool stuff they give us cool money it's all great plus once who completed the survey here's the best part you can win a hundred dollars amazon gift card you can buy toothpaste you can buy and intend to switch you can buy dog clothes whatever amazon they got it all once again that's pod survey dot com p o d s urb e y dot com slash best b e s d to get a hundred dollars amazon gift card if you win that raffle and help us help you thank you so much onto the show in november 1993 david crane and marta kaufman began developing a new sitcom about some in manhattan under the title insomnia cafe a sevenpage treatment was pitched nbc and the title was changed multiple times from six of one two friends like us and finally just renece six actors were cast for the leeds at a rate of twenty two thousand five hundred dollars in episode and by the final two seasons the friends gang were making one million dollars for episode after ten seasons two hundred thirty six episodes 62 any nominations a monkey a duck a rooster and a ceramic dog friends was without a doubt one of the most popular television shows of all time and arguably one of the last totems of late 90s monoculture today we're going to figure out its best episode ever worst ever showed ever.

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