22 Burst results for "Godot"

The Yetzer of Great Men (Sukkah 52a)

The Joy of Text

09:53 min | Last month

The Yetzer of Great Men (Sukkah 52a)

"Below. So what tax do you have today. So i thought we'd look at the text from the gamero from soka fifty two a m. it's a famous tax but i don't think we ever discussed it as groups. I'd love to hear your thoughts. So here's tomorrow and it says as follows new rubber nana rabbis taught. Now this is in the middle of a whole major discussion relating to the gates or hora which the camera tends to me the sexual drive. Not just the general desire to send although could mean that as well so it quotes verse. And it says edited Mirror i am. I will distance this The northern one from you but it says this is referring to the eighth or hara which is hidden in the hearts of human beings and then the end of the versus because he has done greatly like the great power of gates zara and the texas follows. I'm are by media having your jimmy. Coolum that the power of the eighth or hara is greatest amongst the tourists ages and then it tells the following story once happened that by her demand. Say to a woman with us rise early. And we'll go on the road. And i thought i'll follow them and prevent them from sinning because he assumed that they were having some sexual assignation. He went after them about three miles for three meal through the reeds heard them saying our conversation has been so nice and now we must take separate roads by my enemy. Meeting myself would not have contained himself. Could not have if i was with that woman half i would not have been able to contain myself. Leaned against the both of the door and was very sorry that he would have been worse than a common man. So here i rabbi would not have been able to control myself from these this man and woman just friends no man came to him and taught the greater man is the more is he tempted by the evil spirit by the eighth or hara and the hebrew is coho. Godot may have a row each rogue adult men who who is greater than his friend. His desire his yates. There is stronger than than a friend. So my god can i jump and i don't want to jump to very famous bride loftier thoughts so i wonder it may be a slow alternate perspective on this and that the more you put up barriers or the more you like make things You know make the bins into a big deal of being now allowed the harder on those heavier sits on your head. I'm saying this really inarticulate way but it's kind of like if you take a boy and a girl who public school together and all the time wasn't girls and then you send them off to do an errand you don't have two seconds of thought that oh my god you will get a horrible. Overtake them whether you take two kids from haredi community never ever ever have an object to hang out together all the sudden the whole interaction become so much more fraught. So that's the first thing that goes through my head here and so interest. It's it's normally not done or is it. Also because the reason it's not done is it's always framed as being a sexual temptation and for that's the lens that's brought to the reason men and women. We don't have them go together into carry. Community is because women's sexual temptation. Where freight of your yeats their horror and therefore if that's always the message that that also becomes the lens through which you know. The the experience is taking place at boulder trail that's interesting. Yeah i mean my first When i heard this tax was on a totally different tack and maybe not as positive i was like oh god that sounds like a total apologetic for like powerful people like sexually harassing other. People's like oh you know the greater you are the greater your temptation is going to be and it totally like rubbed me the wrong way but i guess watch you're reading is really interesting. I'm like trying to relate to it as like the you know heavier and higher. Your set of expectations for yourself are the like heavier bat. Might weigh upon you like how would you understand that the greater the rabbi quote unquote degraded the rabbi most likely more he has separated himself out from the day to day workings of the world. Right like when we think about great rabbis particular. We think about people who've had a little bit closer themselves from the world's and that's where i'm going with this. Although i do think you are reading sarah which is fascinating to me about the powerful people. There's a whole other way to look at this. Which is that. We often complain about the fact that powerful people are the ones who are much more sexually abusive. And sometimes i we kind of bring it on ourselves because the people that we choose as powerful people and i'm not sure rabbis phones category but generally politicians we go after like people who are charismatic and a little bit narcissistic and who you know love to be loved and one adulation by and we love those people. We pick them. We take them as movie stars. We picked politicians. A man were surprised when they bay. That way does make vase which you cannot see the podcast. So on gonna shut up. Don't disagree with you just. I think that we're missing You know what i. I would consider sort of an obvious perspective. Which is that. it's not just true. We value but the reality that if you think about gates there as more generally as dr could be sexual drive drive lost. You know that. isn't that often. What makes people great. What sort of you know why somebody is nice. Not just your average in our personal. No like i have a passion of doing something in the world making a difference if this you know maybe i don't know if we call it sexual identity that is sublimated and me directly. Guess call it. Yates aaron general. You know that sometimes expresses itself sexually and sometimes super interesting. I really liked that. Yeah totally yeah. I think that's absolutely true. The non psychologist of the group is the one who came up with that with that. There's different ways to look at this. I think. I think it's a really really interesting you know and i think to the damara asked why at all or not statement you know. It is in the context of a discussion of yates. There which is not limited to sexual although the often reduces. Yates there to the sort of sexual drive. You know i mean there's a metric that says the God saw on the end of the steak he told about. Oh you know that it was very good so the mavericks has told my. Opiates are horror so so which is a very i had on suggestive mattress so someone if eight needs out needs mostly good. Who's the gates are. Har- is good but the metrics actually says work not for the easter hara. A person wouldn't build a a major building and wouldn't get married so sort of speaks about the value of the eight sarah as very constructive creative force that can of course he does Destructive as well right. It is really interesting that i won't talk about. These people aren't when travelling. I kinda soon to as a couple so to a while to realize eleven couple with the other question also is the rabbi assumes. Let the same women he's attracted to everybody's attracted to like that's fascinating into dog south houston guy would have trouble with anyone at all or just this particular women were in. A plastic case was just like any sort of vaguely attractive woman would be at the our material or was it. This woman in particular amend the assumption that this woman was that for this guy as well as an. I don't take down kind of winding back way. But i find that also a little bit amusing and that goes back to what i was saying about you. Know if you have no exposure to something to limit your exposure some bank. It makes it much more tempting. You know it's like What's expresses miami. Vinnie lights right. Stolen waters will arm our sweeter so were or the worst the tax about that. You don't trust the somebody's not have sex with their fiance david for the wedding. Because but you're not worried about it after the wedding right because hospice was at once. You have a bread in your basket. Brad's by basket. Like there was no description of the or desirability of the woman was almost like from like exactly what you said that for a by being so sheltered the opportunity to be with any woman would have been just such a irresistible temptation. You know so exactly back shit up. Yeah i was about to say like was that by was he. Did he have any outlet here and also what was he doing following this couple like. Why is that his job. Follow up and make sure that they don't send creepy is is her giving itself a certain allowance. Like i'm gonna make sure they don't see him. But the there's something very right You know What's word titillating out. I think you know about the possibility of of what's going to happen. Yeah kind of and it kind of reminds me of rory of the of the student who goes under the bed like listen to his teacher have but never knows that story. Well rejects. i use it all. I

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Mozart's Operas

Classics for Kids

05:43 min | 6 months ago

Mozart's Operas

"Welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi. Lewin. Both Con Amadeus Mozart wrote more beautiful music in his not quite thirty five year lifetime than a lot of composers who lived a lot longer one kind of music that fascinated Mozart from the time he was a kid was opera. Mozart I. said he wanted to write an opera when he was eight and when he was twelve, he did up through the very last year of his life. He continued composing operas. An opera is a stage work with costumes and sets that also includes music singing as an important part of the drama instead of speaking their lines, the characters sing them. Italy. Was the country where opera got its start. So Italian was the fashionable language for writing operas even in German speaking Austria where Mozart lived. But Go to kind of opera that's related to our Broadway musical. It's called the Zing Spiel a play with singing Austrians who didn't speak Italian could understand because it was in German just like in American musical theater, there are spoken lines that move the plot along but when the characters want to let you know what they're feeling, they sing about it or August. I have two favorite Mozart operas one in each language not city Figo Godot is Italian for the marriage of Figaro. This opera is based on a very famous, very revolutionary play about a servant Figaro who outsmarts his royal master. Since, there was still plenty of royalty around when the play was written. It was pretty daring. Some kings wouldn't allow it to be performed. At the beginning of the Opera Figaro is busy measuring his new bedroom, you can hear him counting five, ten, twenty in. Italian of course. Susannah the woman Figaro's going to marry tries to interrupt. She wants him to look at her bridal veil. You can hear in Mozart's music how hard it is forces Emma to get Figaro's attention. Figaro has some Great Arias or Solos in the opera when one of the characters is sent to the army and doesn't want to go figaro things about what it will be like ticked rate in his pants, he closed for a uniform and then marched to the mud. Nine. and. My other Mozart favorite is the magic flute heat Salva Fluid a Germans ing. SPIEL. In the magic flute, the Queen of the night represents evil dark forces and Rostro represents light and truth. It's brilliant how Mozart shows the contrast between them by having the Queen of the night fast loud and very high. While rostro music is slow deliberate and very. The. Most, fun character in the magic flute is Papa Gay No. The Bird Catcher I even named a cat after him. Papa John is always looking for a wife when he finds one, her name turns out to be Papa Gain A-, and they sing a wonderful using their names to investigate the birds he catches. Wish, I had time to play you more music from Mozart operas next week a kind of music so. In Mozart's bay that classical composers latched onto it to

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2020 Fall Movie Preview

Popcorn with Peter Travers

06:11 min | 6 months ago

2020 Fall Movie Preview

"Hi everybody I am Peter Travers and welcome to this special edition of Popcorn where creed you all the movies opening between Labor Day and New Year's Eve I know wait what aren't we in a pandemic Will really be moved this fall and theaters to show them in I mean the answer to both those questions is a huge. Yes. Sixty two percent of all US theaters are open now and there's going to be more to come covid permitting, of course, and those movies that can't make it to the multiplex will be available for rental or streaming in sickness and in health people, you can't keep a good movie down. So let's start with the blockbusters that are out there. Number one is tenant. Brain Teasing epoch from Dark Knight Director. Christopher. Nolan. That's geared to fire up the fall season and in theaters and with your mask and distancing in place you can strap in for this kind of Christopher Nolan throw ride and watch the spy master he's played by John David Washington give James Bond a run for his money you know you just have to. Get your head around the physics in this movie. Maybe don't know about how you can go forward and backwards in time at the same time I don't know either I was a little confused by that but you'll be glued to the visual miracles that are on screen here every cent of tenants two, hundred, million dollars production budget shows up onscreen Eisele popped. Jaw dropped pulses. Oh, pound all that good stuff movies and back baby. So what else do we have? We have Moulin which is out there right now and you'll check in Disney plus to watch this because it's not in theaters but you can rent it and you could see live action film of the Disney animated hit about a young woman who disguises. Herself as a man to replace her sick father in the Imperial Army the new moon is not musical and there's no comic relief from eating Murphy as the Voice of a fast talking dragon named Moo Shu. This is not that kind of movie. There's no whitewashing but using Western actors in the drawn from Chinese legend and as Rouland the astounding Lou ye. Leads in Asian cast that includes martial arts icon jet. Li is the emperor up and China's leading actress Gong Li as shape shifting witch who teaches on how to survive and prosper in a man's world. Look move on is not your typical princess. She's a warrior fighting for her place in the world prepare to be well. Next up wonder woman one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, the sequel to the two thousand seventeen smash that made a star of Gal. Gadot, remember her places the DC comics immortal wonder woman into the cold. War where she does battle with the media tycoon played by Pedro Pascal and the villainous Cheetah played by Kristen Wiig always to me an asset in any movie Chris. Pine also returns Steve Trevor The American. Pilot that one woman loves I know didn't he die the last time during World War? One people you gotta go with this this is Hollywood. So if we can borrow wonder woman's last sube truth for a moment, credibility isn't the issue here. It's the show stopping stunts engineered by returning director Petty Jenkins executed by Godot, and she's a formal Israeli military structure. So you know you're in for a really good time. Next up is black widow look wonder woman has competition already. You know we've been waiting since spring for Marvel to let its first solo black widow epic out of storage and into theaters. Now, the wait is over Scarlett. Johansson is back in action as Natasha Romanoff Aka black widow. She's the Russian assassin with no superpowers road just skills she's like the female Batman this Prequel looks back, Arjun story in it's a doozie forints pugh is there as Natasha, surrogate says sister and Rachel Vice is the leader of this black widow organization. It's not just one black widow you can become a black widow tells witness business. So Watch your back wonder woman next up candyman there's nothing like the Primo horror. Film to get us all back in the dark of a theater where we can scream bloody hearts out behind a mask of course, end with get outs Jordan peele writing the screenplay. This direct sequel to nineteen ninety two's cult fright fest stars Watchmen Emmy nominee Jadu Martine the second as a visual artist drawn back to those housing projects in Chicago's Cabrini-green where he was born now the whole place is gentrified beyond recognition but the green is still haunted by Candyman Tony Todd an urban legend who still kills anyone who summoned him by saying his name five times. Okay. Altogether now with me candyman candyman candyman candyman candyman, we did it. So I'm looking around here to see if some him up. Okay next up no time to die look no red blooded movie Fan is GonNa Think of missing Daniel. Craig's fifth and final outing James Bond you know for my money Craig and Sean Connery are in dead heat for the best bond ever. This one directed by Kerry from Gonzaga who did true detective from Script Co written get this by sleeping bags phoebe Wall Rich Daniel Craig asks for her because he really wants a little feminist touch to this. This is the. Twenty fifth, all seven Cape and you know this is a record and we're GONNA lose Daniel Craig. But in the movie James Bond's been retired for five years and he gets called back in. You know that's what happens to everybody from the Godfather on. You know Bohemian Rhapsody oscar-winner. Rami ballot plays the facially scarred villain named SAFM and he's described the director as more dangerous than anyone bond has ever encounter. Man How about you?

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"godot" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"godot" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We got mark Cuban coming up just after one o'clock Gary Matthews sorry about one thirty talk about the passing of Jim Frye who skippered those eighty four because he's the general manager for the division one team in eighty nine flurries coming down here outside of our firstly west bank State Street studios one ninety north St over I hope everyone's doing well karma it's the one thing Chris black and I agreed on we talked off they're just now I congratulate him on his wonderful victory yeah he congratulated me on the effort that I've given what is his infatuation with men's hair what was the point of the game I think it was well not men's hair was hair was with the get the answer I was a lot of men yeah now both he and I both said boy the **** about wonder woman's hair Gil good though I mean I don't know who she was yeah we're all over that well over that with you some general woman that draws our interests right we really are infatuated with men with long hair it doesn't do anything for us slash of guns or to get her fact that you don't remember the fat you know some dudes got air yeah the chase well for both Chris black and I if you don't mind yeah gal Godot would have been nice great question all my yes she is all my lord yeah I forget about it yeah hello hello who is it me or that she's a good looking gal not acts as Wonder Woman but you know he's got the budget meant that he likes it no I guess he's got to focus on that K. so less this winter and then moving on from that god will have quick trending Merck what's happening.

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"godot" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

12:26 min | 1 year ago

"godot" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Explain how nodes are used to make a game? What is the concept node? So I know there's something that has some sort of behavior. The behavior is just doing something not just. It has to have like one function testing something. But he's one from traumatic for example if you think of inheritance like enough sugary ended you have to imagine that has like a base class which is the object class from the options because you have inherited the note class the no classes something that you put in a scene for example you inherit like the. Three D. note the base three not from the note class and from three not inherit like three stuff like for example Amash which is a three D. model intercede. Like nobody thought show. You can inherit a light that you just put in the thing you can put like a Son. Spotlight a nominate. You can instant shape that and also like for example Physically studied collision or regional body. That has been as a child of the of the roles you can pull shaves that will even coalition something that has one function and their relation with imparted. Oncho usually mean something that according to context like for three denotes the relation between the parent and child. No it's They will take over the position of the parent. The child moves with it for free. Six of all the can have the shape children that means that they would just give you like a volume two to the to the body so in other something that price a function at its you lay down in a tree leg. It can have any number of children and sometimes depending of the child may have a special behavior regarding to child that that's kind of what the no these these nodes are used to create scenes. What goes into a scene a theme basically one which is a route and then you can put any other analysts at child defeat. The minimum requirement of seen is that there is a single route. This allows you to instate it like somewhere else so you just movie does a single entity so yeah obviously you can. You can think of it as an object enough. She did that. That it's something that is part of the. The scene is something that the has node and the thing is that you can save and load and you're going to see it is in another scene so you can kind of divide and conquer to make your game. Just think of it in pieces like for example. If you're making a pong game like the due to ballots Peng Each can be seen. The bowl is probably seen that will contain some some logic sprite. The coalition kind of like if you mentioned the components or everything that makes up a game world just divided in science to be able to split better and better if we revisit this example of just a three d character walking around inside of a room. Can you put that in terms of nodes and a scene? Yes of course. Imagine for example. I will tell you how a typical game scene is is composed in in gold. You parolee had like three D. MODEL. Which is when you work on the three application blender or Maya three two. Max Actually works also in scene. It's a scene in terms of the of the three deconcentration program. You just going to make your mission and just lay them around and put anything so when you import this to eat. Also the same scene in Miami or lender so to something local in usually inherited that scenery eastern shifted into a new scene so you have their base scene which company you mentioned you you export like VX file or a file which is like three data cause other will. That is just a scene for that. But you can't really modify because every time you saved over because you the changes is going to our right so your country modified that one because you're going to be editing it in the Three D. Program in God is you can just imagine you create your character. You have a new senior. Which is my character in. It has like a root note which is again kinetic which used to control characters and then released on the three D scene with the character exported from blender so yeah we have the scene and the eastern sheets in you can do local modifications to anything used in singled out so you can like for example the chance the shape of the object or change the materials or anything else so you have emerging your character senior savings that contains another one. So you these for the enemy you want to make like an enemy troll for example and create any interstate seen on. You're going to save it to a file. And when you make level Europe Roleo integrate a new level seen You will probably some shit like for example. A few houses like the ground everything that you can think of something. The game can be seen usual. You save it doesn't seem to organize better shape the enemy some place them in the map racially The enemies everyone is a scene. You're used the same one you should just such like many themes and then use the player maybe seen because they want your country you want to also add a camera not the cameras just a note that you can position. It's going to like show you in the screen. Water Gummer is looking at an example. But maybe you want to do something else in reproduction game. Usually what you do is designed to save the scene. Then maybe you have somebody who knows how to game lighting and this person is going to put all the lights in the injury the level seen and going to. I'd like like not to eat just to make proper lighting and then going to save it so again. It's it's something like every part of the game you can think of like an enemy. Alight a liberal Even the UI. Everything is just the ceiling and you just dividing them. You could have one single scene with everything but it's not very productive because it's just much easier to just right on reuse stuff so that's kind of what the scene is just a part of the game you think of it and then you save and again. It's like divide and conquer to to reach the goal faster. A physics engine is key to building a game engine. If I want to add physics to the entities that are moving around within my game. What do I need to do? In the specific case of gloat you create like again at these usually what you do and then you are the shapes tweet and then you can inherit the matic body using a script to control it. You can just example. Look I'm going to check if these keys. Then I'm going to move forward and Italy matic both okay. Put Him at the body. Okay move forward. If you hit something okay slighted like for example. If you're falling down and you fall into a floor is like Has a slope than you want to slide down. Don't you just ask for example to say this kind of stuff you from script for example viral and you want to just take a run realistic physics differential use our body. You're seeing that collation shape to eat. And then when you touch it it's going to just bounce of you because it has physics internally. We are using the bullet physics engine for three d. We also have a custom-made physics engine. That is pretty old. I've been thinking about making more modern at some point for the. We are using accustomed to the physics engine. But yeah you have to make usually physics engine behave more like game engines one or more with less than the way physics work more user friendly in general so basically. Yeah we just were up in some way the physics engine from Ronald so you can control them. Tell me about programming. A physics engine in Godot. Like you had to program it to actually make the game. Engine be able to run physics. So what does that involve? Tradeoffs struggled up from users because for physics is extremely complex. The golden a physics engine is Super Super Complex. Most of the goldies like feedback based. It's not something I when you look rendering. For example you start with some information and you finish with the frame rendered with six is very more complex because physics needs to like feedback from the previous frame. You know you do all the physics calculation and you'll leave all the objects with all their forces and older collisions and all the contact points and the Indian need to go back. The next Freeman continue processing that so giving users the ability to do that is generally unnecessary incredibly complex so we were up at the two way us with the most common use cases like this is a physics Bali is going to bounce on enroll and everything like any physics subject if you want to make a character character. Usually the cartoon use realistic physics. Because it's it is very frustrating. Because he just going to balance her do stuff you want to. This is why we use the matic once you have more control of what does what does but still collides against the word Yeah we tried to just wrap it and make it easier for the user. Just giving them seem person just like okay. This is your velocity but don't care about collision the coalition is going to be handled by the physics engine. Maybe if you want to get like a goal back on vacation that something has collided Ugandan. But generally we try to handle the collision on everything internally. Because it's way way too difficult for users to to mess with that. I guess we have talked about how to actually program some of the basics of a game in Godot but actually want to understand how the game engine is built and how it runs. So if Godot loads on my computer if I'm playing a game that is in Godot. Give me a quick overview for the software architecture for Godot. When I start up my game so well it is basically something that has like a main loop that recites Evans certain stuff and does you just process every frame this intrigue. I have mentioned before. Which is that you make with notes and scenes just safety stuff and has some logic so when you make a game you just make a scene you save it and when you want to run it basically what good does is just run. There's just a single binary when you look that is just a single binary. So very tiny by a people usually are surprised because when they don't like unity or unreal they have to Jacobites of stuff. These like twenty megawatts binary you don't you click on just how you have your full game engine in there. So this model binary it can execute scenes is basically something that executes scenes on Internally also has an editor which is the one you used to make the Games. The auditory sexually may using the engineered self L. A. U. R. U. PORCELAIN. Use FOR ANYTHING. He's actually made with the engines which is pretty cool like self may so he used binary these kind of the same but it doesn't contain the litter so much smarter is like twenty percent of the size and this is us and what he does. You can still use or your eyes when you export Batticaloa let you like compressive your sample them inside a single file just for easier deployment distribution. So he's basically that's just a single binary that lets you at eight games on random right so as you're saying there are when you're developing a game and Cadeau there's an editor and the editor allows the developer to change the game. And when you deploy the game to the actual end user what you said. It's twenty percent of the size of of the binary when you're in editor mode yeah. The editor is most of the binary. It's most of the goal of the engine. Also the huge. But it's all CPS planning site of the same project. I mean the author uses. The engineers equals plasma. When you use the engine you'll actually really useless plus You use a scripting language that complete the engine or you can actually use mono if you want for C..

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"godot" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"godot" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"To software engineer daily. It's a pleasure. We're going to be talking about Godot. Which is a game engine? But speaking more. Broadly what is the purpose of a game engine? That's a really good question. Originally I have to admit that it wasn't really arranging. So you'll eat more context on of technology. I've been doing technology for people to make Games for probably over twenty years this point my main experience has been working with companies and working on creating tools for for people to make games since then because originally when. I started working with Video Games. There wasn't any kind of tool or game engine. You could download and use like like you can now. There wasn't a unique getting unreal. Cost half a million dollars so it wasn't very easy to to get a hold of technology for making games so initially. I think I mainly work working on tools for just companies and myself for making games. I Made Games with a lot of companies unlicensed technology to a lot of companies for a long time so it only begun taking shape of kind of the game engine of modern game. Engine maybe two thousand and eight to nine mainly because we are arrived to eat from from a previous iterations that were not so you say you use so it was mostly about improving usability so when you look at the engine what you see something that had its own evolution and not so much copying something else. Most people who uses it needs some time because it's not flowing also mentions of the other game engines because it had like a separate devolution. So right now it's like a game. They mentioned for me. It was something that I used to make tools for people to make games. Maybe when I was technical director companies than when I was technical consultant was that but nowadays are so sort of stuff that people make the make interactive stuff like interactive graphics. They use for movies for medecine for simulation. Kay mentioned are not really only about games. Now I guess but I guess mostly they are so. I'm not exactly sure what you call it. Overall more like they are three goal game engines but they can be used to make other stuff. There's people making applications without because they are very nice. Ui Framework to work. But yeah. That's kind of my view so going back. You're the head of development for Godot and Godot is a game engine. Why did you start? Godot? Well I was mentioning before. There wasn't any kind of game engine we could license but then when I started working on games like the two thousands so that's kind of high on it's also why is some years ago. When Mace like general groups game engines came out like unity and Rio and became more accessible both interface and device and pricewise. I guess because now we can kind of use them for free. Why but then I put what have gs open source? Because I wasn't really interested in just making that product. This was all his customer with Ideal. Actually he's the one who created everything from scratch with me so we just put it open source for people to use and it was kind of like a hobby for me for a while because I continued I just moved onto more like business consulting for companies because a lot of experience in the industry and I realized that business consulting paid better on senior that's just being CDO or technical. Leave so kind of like a and I just work interferes. They just like improving working feedback from from people and from there will start growing becoming something. Be With a lot of reviews surveys right now. It's kind of surprising. I didn't expect it now. A game engine is a gigantic project. Taking on such a big project is a real big undertaking and I don't know if there was a clear roadmap to making it something that would be profitable towns like it was just started. You started kind of as a hobby or just because you wanted to make it possible to build games without licensing one of these engines. But in any case it's a big undertaking. What was going on in your life when you first started the project. I was working as a technical consultant. So all the technology made was for licensing to other companies wasn't so much anything like that initially came hobby later when I when we did so I was pretty much working for clients and giving them technology usually for working for consoles or desktop or mobile. Because it wasn't so common to game engines back then so that that's the beginning. It was more like that. Okay so this you did build this as a commercial effort originally. Yes well most something like a product that you sell to. Anybody wants to more like a service rather than a product. Can you explain that in more detail? Yeah basically if you make something that you need to imagine you sell it back them. Unity was commercial too. When you want to sell it to your clients you have to spend most of your time doing supports so you sell it for some some money and they must be able to more or less. Have something polished so they require the least amount of support as possible because just give support to be much everybody on the face on the planet while those for services. You didn't really need to be something. Super Policy. Had to do whatever he had to do. And if it has a bag or Koreans will just tell us about it and we would fix the back features. They need for the Games. It was molly got blood for him. We would give them stuff. They need to to make their games. There's something like a polished product. I guess this is why it was more Azeris than a brother. Got It now. I'd like to talk more about what actually goes into a game engine. So maybe we could star. Which is the examples of unity unreal? Engine which are two popular game engines that existed when you were starting Cadeau? Can you give me a brief history of these engines? Like what they do what the game engine ecosystem is like. In those respect I think we honus game engines have to be some of the most complex pieces of technology you will find around parolee behind lake operating systems on these kinds of things came. Engines can do a lot of a lot of different things they can handle they have to handle rendering handling rendering super complex. They have to handle like six. They have two hundred Audi. Oh they have two hundred scripting they have to handle a lot of I. O like loading resources on background efficiently. They have so many things like image loathing and So it's really really Vegan complex pieces of technology that you require a huge amount of expertise develop guest. This is why there are not so many game engines around if you if you look at like big dimensions that can do pretty much everything you will only find like unity real gloat. Because it's something so complex and requires such experiencing so many amounts of feels that you won't see many many around but it's a lot of different disciplines and theory that makes to to put something in just one place and I'd like to just walk through a very basic toy example and then use that to talk about the game engine from an engineering point of view. So let's say I'm using Godot and I wanNA build a very simple game. Let's say I want to make a game where there's just three character that walks around in a small room. How do I make that game and Godot? Well actually three these not so simple most users to begin with to the because it's just easier to to sharing your hair and the math is much seemed to the but if you want to treat it's not so much different in don't you have something called since notes and you pretty much do everything with the closest. I can think of to the way it works is something like you. I framework like TDK or Judy. I'm pretty sure you must be familiar with that. They have like objects. England seemed are that we go them notes and your orange them like in a tree. So for example your character is going to be are not usually keenum at the controller which is something that you like more around splicing leg direction and velocity and it's to just walk around and collide with stuff. You will probably need to put children to that. Kinetic volley like the collision shapes which are like define. The shape of the character is a child of the keenum. Matic bully note. It's also coalition. Shape is also you probably want to have a model of your character so you need a a mesh machine. Stunts which instances summation puts it by into a tree? When you move one of those knows their child children notes move with it. You would probably need the hundred nation player to play animations to move the character would probably no alternative skillet on these are all just knows you put in your sin and then you really want to put the script and you saying that script to any note which is almost inheriting. It's in programming terms. So you create the scene with the character which has like us a base. Know that in for like the Meshes and the Audi on the nation everything you just save to a file then you probably want to create the game seen then you probably want to import like maybe you you instance castell from you'll make custody and blender and you importing a lot are in collisions collision shapes like wars going. You make special checks under that that will be converted to colletion when you put it to a lot and then you just put you use something called scenes incensing which is like the core of the engine. Then you will in stance like the character seeing you may be forty. Wilson's readings into the world. That you have made with lender that you imported so in the end when you make something we got. You're just creating in dealer scenes with knows that each note has different function usually knows how about unique function and you put them wrench and then you compose your game. Seen using the scenes that each contains no the inside so he's just put everything together is very similar to what you make you ice. You can probably create in Judy a window. Which at the window which we have buttons decks and everything and then you've got instant that window which do another like parent window or parent which there's something like that. It's a very similar way working very object oriented but mostly for for making games. So that's kind of how it works. Dns.

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"godot" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"godot" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Thank you to Daniel Jeremiah for joining us thus far a little bit of N._F._l.. Talk a little bit of N._B._A.. Talk on a day where all the sports worlds are starting to collide where we have N._B._A.. which just doesn't doesn't take a break where we have N._F._l.? which we are five days away from training camps opening up where we are in the middle of the major league baseball season where we are thinking about rowbottom swear we're thinking about stealing pulling first base and some new ideas? I'll tell you a story real quick because as somebody who does like Major League Baseball but somebody who recognizes the baseball has become so super regionalized and this isn't any sort of statement about all star or game ratings things of that nature. They are what they are. I think that in two thousand nineteen even my own experience earlier this week of being in an N._B._A.. Summer League game instead of watching the All Star game although a couple of bucks were laid down in Vegas Casino but that's neither here nor there. I didn't Major League. Baseball executives say to me a couple of years ago. One of the things that baseball was worried about was the N._B._A.. Because everybody he knows every single sport knows that you're not competing with the N._F._l.. If something happens in the N._F._l.. I'll give you an example. There's a story today that the N._F._l.. Yet again and this is coming from the commissioner himself. Roger Godot is thinking about expanding sixteen game regular season to eighteen games. That was a good idea a bad idea. We'll get into that we can. We can have a conversation about whether this is good or bad for the league. I I would question some some of the details about an eighteen game regular season schedule where players are limited to sixteen games. I'm sure that the N._F._l.. Players Union and his players association would be curious to know how that works..

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"godot" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"godot" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Thank you to Daniel Jeremiah for joining us thus far a little bit of N._F._l.. Talk a little bit of N._B._A.. Talk on a day where all the sports worlds are starting to collide where we have N._B._A.. which just doesn't doesn't take a break where we have N._F._l.? which we are five days away from training camps opening up where we are in the middle of the major league baseball season where we are thinking about rowbottom swear we're thinking about stealing pulling first base and some new ideas? I'll tell you a story real quick because as somebody who does like Major League Baseball but somebody who recognizes the baseball has become so super regionalized and this isn't any sort of statement about all star or game ratings things of that nature. They are what they are. I think that in two thousand nineteen even my own experience earlier this week of being in an N._B._A.. Summer League game instead of watching the All Star game although a couple of bucks were laid down in Vegas Casino but that's neither here nor there. I didn't Major League. Baseball executives say to me a couple of years ago. One of the things that baseball was worried about was the N._B._A.. Because everybody he knows every single sport knows that you're not competing with the N._F._l.. If something happens in the N._F._l.. I'll give you an example. There's a story today that the N._F._l.. Yet again and this is coming from the commissioner himself. Roger Godot is thinking about expanding sixteen game regular season to eighteen games. That was a good idea a bad idea. We'll get into that we can. We can have a conversation about whether this is good or bad for the league. I I would question some some of the details about an eighteen game regular season schedule where players are limited to sixteen games. I'm sure that the N._F._l.. Players Union and his players association would be curious to know how that works..

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Competitors Sink Their Teeth Into The Meatless-Meat Industry

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:10 min | 2 years ago

Competitors Sink Their Teeth Into The Meatless-Meat Industry

"Do you convince a carnivore data burger that doesn't have any meat? There are a few companies that think they've got the answer burgers that look and taste like ground beef. But they're made entirely out of plant material. These burgers have been around for a few years. But now, they're attracting big time. Investments in new competitors are trying to get into the meatless meet game. I should disclose. At this point. I love hamburgers like actually hamburgers made from cows. And I am slightly suspicious of products that try to simulate this culinary experience NPR's food editor Maria Godot paid a visit to my kitchen recently to try to show me what it is all about. And that meant trying out two of the two biggest brands the beyond burger and the impossible burger two point. Oh. Good food, wasn't it. But these are very different. They will they are different. They have different ingredients. They both have Kucan oil coconut oil like real animal fat is solid at room temperature. So it it turns liquid higher temperature, and it's sort of the coconut oil gives it a nice fatty feel okay? The the impossible on we're making is impossible to point. So it's made of soya protein, and it's got some sunflower oil to and the big thing. It has something called hime. Yeah. He is a compound that sound enough blood. It's actually what makes blood red and carries oxygen, and it's really abundant in animal flesh. But you can also get it from plant some plants have it and so impossible foods figured out how to take the team from slight plans and use yeast to care to manufacture it, and that's the mounts. So what does it do in this burger? Well, he is going to be a bleed. Okay. It's going to give it that like fleshy red taste and give it that slightly metallic flavor that that meat has real meat have. Okay. That's the idea anyway. And so the beyond burger is you're a different color because that uses beach use to achieve interesting, and it does look a little purple doesn't have wicks redder. Yeah. We don't want to overcook them because then you're going to like dry them out. This isn't actual animal meat. So except we may have overcooked one of them. So we opened a few windows and then got back to the burgers Maria. Can you just explain what is driving demand right now because plant based? Meat products have been around for a while in some form. But this is like this is a new level of interest in these. There's like growing concern about the environmental toll of meat production specifically red meat production. And so both of these companies have the reports suggesting that the greenhouse gas emissions that they put out are about eighty seven to ninety percent less from the time. They're made to distributed than it would be with conventional beef, Patty. Wow. Yeah. So that's a big difference. It is a big difference. What's the price point? So these are expensive. They're three dollars a Patty which translates to about twelve dollars a pound. Right. So that's a lot more there. You're going to pay even for grass fed organic beef at the supermarket, right? I imagine there are people who are still developing new kinds of meat substitutes. Right. Yeah. Well, the interesting thing is it's not just meat substitutes. There's actually people who are looking. At the looking at the molecules that make up things like cow's milk and trying to make yogurt like vegan vegetarian yogurt that is the tastier in house that texture out by by breaking down the the by chemical properties of cow's milk. And you know, there's also people who are using plant face seafood. There's actually plenty tuna out there that's being sold next to regular tuna pouches in grocery stores, and plant-based crab crabcakes and fish sticks. And then further out there. Something called Laborem meet lab grown meat. Yeah. Or, you know, they call it cellular agriculture or clean meat. But basically, the ideas, you're taking animal tissue and putting it in a bi-reactor and feeding at a bunch of nutrients to get me. And it's not just read me. I mean, they're looking at poultry and fish to it sounds, very SCI fi. But it's real the technology has been out there for almost six years and people are just now trying to work to get it to a scale where it's affordable when it first debuted. In twenty thirteen burger costs three hundred thirty thousand dollars to make way. What yet? And now they're trying to get that to a scale where you could buy it one day. I mean, it's we're still several years off from. I think finally the burgers were ready, and it was time to dig in. Okay. There we go. They both have about twenty grams of protein per Patty, which is about the same as the four ounce, patios beef the big difference. Yeah. The big difference is they don't have any cholesterol. Ooh, now, this is good. Because now we can see the inside of it. Oh, look at that. Okay. So that's the beyond. And it still has that. Let's say how much pretty meaty. Let's see if it's if we over undercooked it ready to dig deep.

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"godot" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"godot" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"Talk about how to get in touch with the show. How does subscribe to the show for free? So you get everything the minute. It comes out. And currently it's two shows in the feed it's this show the chocolate podcast. And there's another spin off show called the jock spin off show. Just the spin just the spin off show with our hosted by the job hosted by our buddy, Anthony, and that's been going great, Anthony, everyone, I think people really dig in the conversation. So I hope so if they're not then you don't have to listen. But the last one I did was with a buddy of mine ECOSOC Godot who lives in New York and as an independent filmography for Viagra for photographer, or whatever the fuck you wanna call it. So that's cool. And then the one coming up just a little tease is going to be with TJ from voice from the underground. I've met the press the button. Instead of pressing the button, you just said. Are you left his year with yours? Walk around all day at the office in the hallway. I don't know why I can't stop doing it. Whenever something good happens. Check out those spin off shows guys before we get to the news. I want to share some audio because rugs you, and I were old farts, we beg on the millennials because it's fun. And it's funny. Right. It's sometimes it's easy, but look to their credit that generation has a kind of rough. I saw this thread where this guy was like, look if you're between ages of like twenty five and twenty eight or eighteen and twenty eight let me know how many jobs you've had in the last ten years and the numbers were staggering. These kids are like ten twelve fifteen twenty jobs like in the last few years like this is what they're dealing with. It's pretty crazy. So I found somebody said shared some audio from a millennial. It's kind of a PSA from a millennial to the millennials about working the benefits of working finding the good in things and really. I love this guy's energy and everything he says is on point. So you guys listen carefully. It's very important. I think you're gonna learn a lesson from this dude are gone some fucking banana bread at work today. Dude how. Yeah. My mom told me if I way for things like good things will happen to me, dude. And fucking I waited for some things and I got some banana bread at work today. Dude. How? Yeah. So just goes this show that way for things like worth it. But there's a lot of bad things in this, dude. Like fucking scon- stewed how no scratching your eye, but it's still fucking H E, dude, how no the fucking tops. Hell no like getting. A lot of money fucking work. Oh, no. Bug A work. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Bro. Oh. I love this guy's enthusiasm. Well, San rugs. What do you think? I think he makes good point the point about the scratching your I really ways we have an itchy scratchy. Nothing goes way. Right. And it's still there. And now, I mean the country make fury the happens to me with cats. Nick fury, does the pain of the ice scratches. We should've hit the spoiler alert one when the show. Oh shit ever. Everyone's seen the movie it made tons of money. But everybody seems listen stick to your job and good things will happen to you like banana bread at work. Hell, yeah. Let's get to the news. Says millennials, you know, don't appreciate what they have that guy. We appreciate banana. And that's look that's other depreciate a good banana bread. Maybe some chocolate chips, always a nicer price. That's going to be a mean for like about today's that video by the way has eight hundred seventy thousand views..

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Guardzilla 360-Degree All-in-One Camera Helps Pet Owners Keep Tabs on Furry Friends

Let's Talk Pets

02:52 min | 2 years ago

Guardzilla 360-Degree All-in-One Camera Helps Pet Owners Keep Tabs on Furry Friends

"Sela. So what is guard ZOA? It's not a monster. Invading tokyo. It is a wifi security monitoring camera that you connect to your home, wifi and you connect your smartphone. And you can see what's going on with your pets wherever you are from your smartphone where all about pets here. So we mentioned pets, but it actually has several other features as well. And then we're going to talk about pets. But I'll tell you my own experience with with guards Ella everyone. This is gonna be you're gonna like this. But what else does? Guard as some of the other features guards has the thing from every other product after then one that I think head on his will find very compelling texts. More than one thing the primary distinction is it has a three hundred sixty degree view, the typical head monitor security camera has about one hundred and ten to one hundred and twenty degrees. So what that means if you can observe approximately a third of your environment. So if your pets just happened to be in that one third locate where the camera can cover your. It depends on the other two-thirds of the environment tutoring. Forty degrees. You have no idea. What's your pets doing? So what Godot allows the Petronas view is from their phone scam the entire room, and they do that by dragging their finger across the screen of a smartphone. And it'll get a literally just pan a panoramic way, all the way around the room. So there's no place for your pet to hide you wanna see what's going on? If you wanna see the pets behaving go in the litterbox into mischief. This one camera. We'll let you see your entire environment. And a lot of other cameras will suggest it oh by two or three or four and that way, you can get coverage. But first of all that's extremely expensive and second ball. You're basically daisy chaining cameras together. This one one lens one camera panoramic view, let's you know, always what's going on in your environment. And it has what's called full duplex audio. So you can also communicate with your environment. So if you see your, you know, sparks up on the couch you just from your smartphone. You can just project your voice in the room telling him to get off the couch. So basically is totally immersive interactive tool for keeping tabs on your pets. But communicating with your pets for showing off your pets, which is a very it's what I do with my friends call Doug. And so it's wonderful head her. But it also has a charity if you want to set an alarm one hundred siren, which you can choose. To activate or not. But you could also set in motion the Texan. So when someone comes in or leaves, it will notify you on your phone instantly, a push notification, Email or attack so it truly lets you stay completely in touch with your environment when you're away, and let's face it. Most people are on the go to many household bookkeeper work. So this is that tether to your life that people

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"godot" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"godot" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Well, that's what I'm saying. I'm not talking about perception, I'm talking about personally Nancy Pelosi took her tweet down after backing small et politicians will think twice before they do that. Well, as Dwight Whitney who you're gonna talk to in a minute from the PD says, we'll let the cake bake and this could. Be a watershed moment for the media Mitchell, Mitchell, I'm sorry. Who'd I say oh. I'm rubbing, but you could have this could be a watershed moment for those in the media. And those with you know, in politics, let's think before we tweet let's think things out a little bit before we start to knee jerk reaction is why you here in our newscasts when there's something that seems apparent obvious. And I go back to the Christmas Eve, the the crash involving the LAPD detective dreaming Godot. It's very clear that that Roger Burnett was in the truck it hit the PD car. Caught fire. We all know what happened right, but because it's going through the legal proceedings. You know, we will say that he allegedly killed the detail. Yeah. People get so upset when we say allege, well, you know, that's really what it is. I mean because it has to go through the legal proceedings and these. Under the canons of of legal guidelines. He is innocent until proven guilty. Boy is he'll get commentary. These union Scott rightly point out about how we're supposed to do all this stuff. And I mean, you look at the way coverage is on everything political and everything else. Everybody's just kind of taken their sides. And this is the kind of stuff I want to hear because of my views. I mean, we've gone into this before for we've we've entered this new realm of time where people tune into their choice of media with a predetermined mindset to Hugh what they wanna hear. And when it doesn't fit that narrative. Well, then that's when they lose their cookies, then they say, you're not being objective. Yeah..

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"godot" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"godot" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"My three oldest to routine agers, they actually asked for a bunch of gift cards, right or or my fourteen year old who I got a pretty Primo set of Pokemon trading cards. He loves them. And he's thrilled with them. But it's not something that, you know, you have to be a Pokemon player to play the card game with them, which I am not which you know in our family. So he's you know, he's at a good time putting together as decks and enjoying those cards and everything. But again, it's not like, you can say jeez. You just got a bunch of new toys play with them. So you end up going to the movies, which is fine. You know, man, I guess right, except I'm a little disturbed by all of the wives who are really into. And we know why dare you? The the stuff I've seen by the MRs by the moms by the wives, we were just going ballistic out of their mind drooling over this pip squeak who plays. I couldn't say with a straight face. It's embarrassing. If I had said that about about MS Godot who plays wonder woman. I are you kidding? I'd be. I'd be obnoxious. That'd be awful. How dare you? She's a feminist hero. She's a superhero don't objectify her don't sexualize her. Why they don't have any problems sexualizing aqua, man. Good. God, you should be embarrassed. You should be ashamed of yourselves. But something tells me, you're not Melissa. What are your suggestions? What do you do right now with the kids have hit the wall? When you have hit the wall, I'm guessing it's right around. Now they've been out of school for a week. It's a few days after Christmas. You got a few more days of this ahead of you. What do you do when you hear the whining? What are you? What are we gonna do today? Triple eight six thirty w mayo..

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"godot" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"godot" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Ends eleven twenty five. It is nine twenty three now announce Edina man goes to extrordinary lengths to rescue his grandparents from the Wolsey fire. Here's a helpful Honda hero of the week. Jamie Wilner was worried about his eighty seven and ninety year old grandparents it was Friday night day, two of the Wolsey wildfire and the destructive brusher was doing its way through the Santa Monica mountains headed for the ocean. Notre my family, I've been able to reach my grandparents and ten AM and. The reason for that is because the power in the area was out. So they didn't have a phone. They didn't have TV they had very little resources in terms of figuring out how much danger was approaching them. And I saw the news that the flames had crossed the PCH and into their neighborhood in Malibu, Jamie turned to social media for help. I was really worried so I took to Facebook. And I said anybody out there want to be a hero. I need to get a boat to go rescue my grandparents a couple of people responded, but no one wanted to take their boat out at night. So Jamie slept on it and reached out the next day. He connected with a man on his boat who was already making rescues at paradise cove, and he agreed to help we took out the boat to paradise cove. We didn't have any kind of way to get to shore swimming. So he jumped off the boat. We swam in and we went to their house got the spare key let myself in and they were upstairs napping. And there was a brushfire. Two doors. Down. And I got to be able to say, hey, the fires here and point at it from their back doorsteps. They look it's time to go. Jamie's grandparents evacuated safely and as for the brushfire. Jamie, the boat owner and several others helped to put it out. Putting out a fire is kind of uncomfortable, especially stepping on embers and warns, but we eventually put it out, and then it was evening time. And we swam back up to the boat and went home. We are proud to name Jamie Wallner as the KNX hero of the week. KNX heroes, presented by California Resources Corporation, saluting. Our military veterans and all our heroes. Diane Thompson, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio a group of nurses and other volunteers have helped the homeless today in the skid row area. They gave away about seven hundred backpacks filled with things like blankets, socks and hygiene products, registered nurse. Alexis Godot organize the event she tells Cain actually started this four years ago because she wanted to help those in need instead of just shopping today. I just want to encourage people to get out there and make a difference. It doesn't take much to help somebody else. There's a lot of people that need help in the world. And we just want people to help others her organization highly favored a blessing to others helps people all year long. But Godot says this is the group's biggest event gas prices dipped again today just a little bit. The average price of a gallon of self serve regular in LA county dropped to just a bit over three sixty five. It was the thirty first consecutive price drop, Orange County. Average price also fell to just under three sixty.

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"godot" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"godot" Discussed on WTVN

"Forty seven Joel Riley, Monday morning, October twenty second from the not so swift files exhibit one twenty two year old man from Maryland. He was arrested at Baltimore Washington international airport last week after TSA officials discovered a collapsible rifle in his carry on bag. They say it was a forty caliber. It was not loaded and it was detected. The x Ray machine. Demand told authorities that he was unaware that the firearm was in his bag because his mom packed his bag for forum. Mom, just wanted him to be safe. I guess and have the rifle alongside TSA says. Hey, just gotta remember they can press charges against anybody who brings a firearm to a checkpoint, and they even have the authority to assess civil penalties up to thirteen thousand dollars for weapons violations. So twenty two year old four year old bombs. Just don't pack the rifle displease exhibit to Roanoke county. Police arrested twenty one year old men. Well, Ramirez Godot. It was because of a burglary of clean souls in Virginia. Mr. Ramirez. Allegedly stole seven right-footed Nike air Jordans and a sweatshirt that read call my lawyer. Clean souls operated. Rob wittman? Previously said he typically keeps right shoes on display while the left footers stay behind the counter Ramirez, Godot faces charges of grand larceny destruction of property, and other counts don't know if he ever got the call my lawyer sweatshirt on or not and finally exhibit three a woman who took her Porsche for a service checked her. Dash Cam and discovered it was taken out for a joyride. Not just the Cam the car to Jane Simon's says she brought her sports car into Hugh Lewis tires after it develops steering issues. When she picked up her Boxster, she noticed it was about a quarter tank of gas low. She checked the dash Cam footage and found that the car was taken out on country roads showing that it hit speeds of eighty nine miles an hour. Spokesman.

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"godot" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"godot" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To put doctor Dow side? By side with a slight attendants from? Korean air, I'm telling you it's he. Blend, right now who To head, for a later in the program Forty. Five minutes past five o'clock on all right so what else do we got for this is Story this is by all accounts a really good guy. From north. Sacramento he's a prominent pastor from north Sacramento church He was again this is this is the fake news see the news media will tell you about this this. Was, a guy, who was, a group of black. Pastors who met with Donald Trump this week at the White House now to. Me that's a that's a great meeting that is a really great meeting Philip Godot of Calvary Christian center in Sacramento so there, were about a dozen black pastors who sat down with Donald Trump on Wednesday, at a meeting at the White. House and they were there to talk about prison reform and criminal Justice. And faith and all sorts? Of good things this guy is receiving a. Backlash because he. Dared meet with? The president how can you, do this you are a black man. And a Christian I can't believe can you This. Is a guy who he? He said well what he's being criticized for. In particular there's. A transcript Where one, participant at this gathering wasn't. Pastor Godot from Sacramento but what it, well may have been I don't know but it's. It's a transcript it doesn't. Really ascribe who said this but, they called, Trump, the most pro black president we've had, in our lifetime And they. Said this because they're looking at the, jobs situation and they're looking at so many positive. Things happening with the economy And Mr. good dough then, said so I guess the greatest word I can say for your Mr President is that you've given this country expectations given us a new, hope new excitement to believe that all things are getting better at a good to keep getting. Better we appreciate the. Leadership you're nasty to keep pushing against all the opposition that comes against. You thank you so much while what an. Outrage, yeah he's being ripped pieces for this It's just amazing what happened to all of us coming together. And you know this whole thing the whole. Racism, thing trying to get past it Yeah well there you know what here's, the problem there are some who don't want to get past it some who just want to keep those flames burning offhand it's pathetic of a here's an otherwise great. Guy who's. Done great, things for his particular community and then some and. He's getting ripped on social media because he dared meet with this president you're right I mean this was this was an effort. To bridge. Gaps this was an effort to make America better and a guy. Like this. Should be we should be praised as a role model we. Should we should be thanking this man and we are here on case all right we got, a little, traffic, coming up, in just, a moment. We've also got the weather from? Our staff meteorologist at your calls on? An open line Friday four hundred five eight zero eight fifty. Six hundred do.

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"godot" Discussed on FBE Podcast

FBE Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"godot" Discussed on FBE Podcast

"Peres that's how i illu pete has everything to me so yes and then are moving on to one other fun thing that happened last night at the oscars if you did watch it jimmy kimmel did host so jimmy added jimmy kimmel things and can with there they filmed on hollywood boulevard so i don't know what beat or they were at with era i think the chinese theater nominees later was next door to them yet and it went next door yeah because they went next door to the chinese leader so see people that to actually thank moviegoers you're welcome by the way i go all the time has argued who've you pass but they were thinking moviegoers so they went next door and they set this up so they had cameras in there and all that stuff and they went in with gizmodo taro aso's mark hamill emily blinds dow godot in the ongo marble robbie an armie hammer all those stars went to the movie theater to surprises moviegoers and just give him candy and stuff in actually thank them and put them on the oscars and it was just so chills bro like i felt so amazing and i just i get so much this is exactly why i was saying that i hate being like living in la mba from la when i go to these things because i go i see the chinese leader i've been to the chinese leader but though in this stuff happens i'm like yo like that i should be me that could have you've of yet this i value is so cool like imagine you're watching a movie especially guinea to see like a early wasn't an early loreto early a gives a sneak he goes leaning aguilar wrinkle antilandmine law the biggest stars remove yeah and walk in and give you candy issue hot dogs at you with hot dog guns that so awesome i would have freaked out especially if for gin loop was in there it will be more moravian armie hammer i love them and then jumbled that are i know him like i did aware of who he is as i was a little girl so seeing them just walk in a room i.

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"godot" Discussed on Through The Ringer

Through The Ringer

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"godot" Discussed on Through The Ringer

"Moving on this week's episode of the watch those features the nineties team classic ten things i hate about you starring heap ledger julia stiles and just gordon of it here's juliette littman amanda dobbins and andrew godot breaking down their favorite scenes what is your most watchable seat andro so i'm just going to say bowie lowenstein party is my most remarkable starting with the scene where they throw the flyers down the jeter answer this is like your selecting a whole portion of cheating the little bit if i have to one little thing it's julius styles dancing on the table to hypnotize very glad you brought this up she says in several interviews that she received the role in say the last dance as a result of this performance which is like a backhanded compliment well this is one of my unanswered questions why is she such better dancer intending say lost because of tequila she's horrible say the last dance i always like why did they cast her she's supposed to be valerie in it and say learns learns hip hop dance in the mean streets of chicago right well there are some maybe the quality of her dance in save the last dances reflecting the problems in the premise of that film just general thoughts to say that julia stiles up on the table dancing hypnotizing the best version share of this situation but just she looks great doing it yeah she does i vividly remember this came.

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"godot" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"godot" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Incorrect ana chris pine a its gonzalez godot actually got ill good dote uh huh got the guy gyll good dote galgudug how go gala evening gals early got though i said gal the dough yoko with no it's good dote good don't seems vina dick you got our you know she didn't get that widen raider game is pronouncing it i thought it was good to show up at all i thought the tea was silent and a you're saying it's not yes interesting interesting i'm not that familiar with israeli names six the question for sixes sucks for me striptease gign eba demi moore incorrect honor who should munico with demi moore we'd say the first naming domy said slowly dim me i'll give it to you it's more demi moore what did i say demi now it's dummy doe tell me li argued more to scale everest gorchakov yet on his winning two women she's gonna win the last one no away one either bharat the dictator but lewis buzzing about sasha right good just finish it oh god our forget sasha barron cohen incur ana sasser barron cohen saved the person sassa ben cohen sasha sacha barron cohen incorrect it's actually silva a sega they none of us going where did you hear you shannon on the work with him yes i worked with him for like five fucking month she call them and ask them what his name i worked with isla she's like sasha's sasha's so i who was on our podcast and she said sasia.

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"godot" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"godot" Discussed on WCTC

"Have you know have been off the top you can't think of the top tabligh had andrei the john while they go how about him what was at like andrei who's a coors guy man i mean he was the sweetest guy in the world i mean literally the the cliche d gentle giant and he was that guy and very smart he told me that he grew up in the town and french france uh we're at beckett samuel beckett was in that town east walked to school them but i wrote waiting for godot and andrei the giant walking to school together he took him to school so woe was there any doubt that when you're looking for that character and princess broad that andrei the giant was the guy while bill goldman said uganda cash andrei he said you've got to be amino first first of all is that what you throw is sticking you hit fifty giants i mean you know you gotta he's not a heck of a lot to choose but he said andres i said geez eib agree o obviously andrei and we had to uh we have to find him because he's bureau travelling all over the world with rolling vince mcmahon trying to get and finally we get to we just come back from scouting the cliffs of insanity you know in ireland closer more we comeback hotel makes i said you can meet andrei in paris tomorrow we go right back to the airport we fly to paris we stay at this hotel and then we near mess wrath of the day i go back to the hotel the guy at the deaths says there's a man waiting for you at the bar we walk into the bar and there's a land mass sitting on a bar civil andrei it out and the rest was history yeah yeah he auditioned for me and i didn't understand authority i didn't know santa worried he said i was a threepage seeing i i didn't understand it i said and and i said you know andrei this is like a big part you know it's gonna be like here for like fifteen we she says the.

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"godot" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"godot" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Was samuel beckett's waiting for godot hey which was a post world war two play i've written in paris that was about the disillusionment and nihilism experience after hitler with through occupied france right you're all of europe was in ruins it had nothing to do with what's in the window has nothing to do with the authentic legacy of the 1960s which was about genuine multiculturalism a movement toward india toward hindu with them a transformation of consciousness through psychedelic which i did not take but which identify with totally through the music etcetera it was a turn toward the body it was a turn toward sensory experience came not this of this word trapping thing and this like cynical removal from actual experience that french import decay came in to the graduate school it did not affect any genuine 1960s person the real 1960s revolution was about young it was about an a way of seeing the cosmos emits logical terms and the union contribution went on into the new age movement of of the 1970s aside from the universities the who took over the universities were these careerists i saw them with my own eyes i saw what happened i saw i was at yale when dairy that was being shipped over to to address the the students arrested and and the faculty and i and i said to a fellow student after hearing one of these guys speak it wasn't buried i was another one of the theorists i said they are like hype priests.

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"godot" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"godot" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Year later ed win known is the perfect pool appeared in the original tv version of rod serling 's requiem for a heavyweight and soon jackie gleason red buttons who won an oscar and burrel himself were also proving they could act in nineteen 64 buster keaton was offered the most serious role of his career samuel beckett was working on his only screen play a short film cold film depicting a character who like a cockroach seems terrified of being seen beckett calls this character oh for being the object of e v i of the camera that's obsessively following him beckett i wanted chaplain but finally turned to keaton whose great stone face and hapless but intrepid character have i've often been compared to beckett the playwright had previously asked keaton to play the beleaguered slave lucky in the american premiere of waiting for godot but keaton bewildered by the script turned him down the new dvd also includes the memorable nineteen in sixty one television version of waiting for godot directed by alan schneider with two great comic actors zero mastel and burgess meredith performing beckett's existential vaudeville you must be happy to deep down if you own indialed have a lot about being back when they again which is say so when you said even if it is and we'll watch all i say we i mean hey all my fellow by way i have the only way what are we gonna do i wait for the bill oh i ran equally keaton down on his luck had played a small part in a minor 1949 movie based on a balzac play in which everyone keeps waiting for a character named gojko eventually keaton got talked into doing film for most of this 22 minute virtually plot lewis silent movie keaton's back is to the camera and a kerchief under his trademark pork pie hat covers most of his face yet his expressive body even from the back projects human isolation fear and misery at the end the cameras stairs into keaton's warn tragic inscrutable face and it's one of the most powerful closeups in all of movies from ross lipmans revealing and poetic documentary not film we learn that beckett and his american stage director alan schneider had to keep stopping keaton from adding funny bits though would element of beckett's humor underlies and maybe even intensifies the claustrophobia in one sequence keaton warning total isolation keeps trying to lock out his pet dog.

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