18 Burst results for "IRI"
Being a International Student During the Virus with Zeyi Yang
"So did we miss anything? Is there anything else? The listeners should know blow introduction took. It's your fault because you made it long because you're involved in so many things So that's I mean it's so crazy. It's like a full circle because I think when we were researching on on what questions. We should ask her and everything when we first started the project by the way listeners. If you guys have been caught up check that episode out. You wrote that article and you know you interview these people who are from John who are getting ahead and thinking about. How do we rebuild this place? Could you tell us like the story behind that article how you pitched it Your involvement Sure I'll so I pitched it because of course I am. One always have a lot of connections. They're always looking at wore. My people are doing this and I know there are non loud but some will have people here in United States or vary warrior. Just like me and I try to do something for home. Even if we're just we're like miles away from so I connected to I v because I talk to a New York based organization. They're like comprised fully off Wuhan People Or It's a name. It's called Yellow Crank Club. I believe so. They were all like people from John or have connections to Wuhan der here. They're professionals and they tell me. Oh I these organizing this report project. It he she'll be the best person that you can talk to mark to know her. Howard to know her and also besides hurt because I went to school in John onto onto college so I have a lot of friends or like like school. Connections also here. I also talked to them of a hot. What they have done for the city and those are pretty much one made up Was in the article for self strain of morning. Post. That's crazy. So how long did it take for you to Pitch Shit and then for you to write the whole thing up where people really enthusiastic about helping you out? Yeah I think so. I pitched to the editor actually is through Nodar Hon. Journalists also here in New York also So that probably approved that a very soon like after one or two days because He saw veteran. And then I did an interview in like one week I think I can I can. I said I have a lot of school school friends from Wuhan. So it's really easy to connect to people from and there were I think was actually the last person I talked to. The article Easier to got to off today. I feel like okay. I got everything I use. Probably not a week to ride article and then shaky S. journalists to journalists. You know you have any questions for Zee on I mean I yeah so I think a quick question that I wanted to ask you know A little bit about South China Morning Post If you'RE A ASIAN-AMERICAN I'm not saying all Asian Americans speak Chinese but I mean especially if you are of Chinese American background south China morning poses kind of like the most relevant newspaper that covers Chinese American Chinese issues around the world can dumb. Can you kind of explain to the listeners? Like what is like a like. What is the American counterpart for like the South China Morning Post in like how relevant it is India and the Chinese community right? Well that's a big question I will say it is probably one of my most trusted publication that reports a lot about China though is English newspaper based in Hong Kong. So Iri but he really looks a lot of different regions like not just Hong Kong Bar. They have a lot of stuff in mainland China. They have a loan stuff in other Asian countries. They're looking at like the whole that. I guess Asian Pacific region so and also I feel like I do like to resuscitate him more money because they usually presented a very balanced views. A NAS saying they don't have like a Pro China China views. They do but then you kind of see a balance of all different. They're all diverse views injured. So that's why I usually have a US my go-to new sources for like English articles about China. I see I see so like I mean I think I think when when when lot of Americans when they think of Chinese media they have a sense of a skewed perception or I wouldn't set. Well maybe skewed isn't the right word but they have a preconceived notion that you know a mainstream media in China to be Control you know what I'm saying by the government to to to a massive degree I'm not agreeing or disagreeing with that point but Would you say like you know I just go off on what you just said earlier? Like you know if you are like a American of somebody who was not Chinese were living in China. Would you recommend like with south China morning? Post like the go-to newspaper that you would recommend for a Americans to Kinda get informed about Chinese issues. I think it's is a pretty hard question to answer. A first of all to is true. That most of the media based in China are heavily censored is that I didn't say a man I asked him to go back your hand. James Right yeah. Because it's true that Because Autumn Media Inge based in China are subject to kind of like the administration regulations about it slow either administering Goto Demonstrate Unique article. They have to comply with that sadly the truth but endure a lot of nuances in there is like it's not every single be censored in China
"iri" Discussed on PLUGGEDIN
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"iri" Discussed on PLUGGEDIN
"Hunt people and did you. You know building the team at growing it and this is over. What four or five years or longer it was longer it was launched in two thousand seven? Okay actually the last week or so six and and Dan. I was founded on sale for the first first four and a half years and Theodora then in two thousand eleven and then the government will quickly we almost. Every month was recalled months or for the ten thousand seal We made like fix real quickly. How did you bill well? How'd you scale that there? I mean you know you so you brought your co founder from or already. Did you find other executives. Did you network do you recruit I mean how did you build the wellbeing and Mexico. Okay was the sale all we use the according of the day we got funding for me. Commend ventures on became the active chairman MHM. Then we use the quoting from mark. US wouldn't family. Did it. Then executive in America and he was a good is it time at God n show. Was it hard. You know. Go to be a CARAMEL. Was it hard to raise the funds early on like where people skeptic of of the adequately skeptical of the New Orleans the marketplace at your building in a sense. We're like well you know we just don't see it or you knew that was happening. Was You saw. Aw is that the issue on investors is pitching very different than you believe in the they need to see. The vision is what I think was very positive with. I'm at because the great reputation so I took was not an issue as a buzzword thing. It's always tough. Though say compared to my other government does maybe the easiest round but it was tough anyway. Most people in all did not believe this concept like some big questions encouraging maybe considered to John DOE panels sitting called. How do you look back and see many small businesses big name uses? This is no. It's nothing let me just walking in and then we do next company. It's based off before I saw things turn out so don't be in college by smart people walk but this is this a lot of things you can just believe everything. uh-huh yeah I mean so as you're closing and building the company you had partnerships dealing with you partner with Google Yahoo Nielsen icy with with a hard to sign them up or they were just coming to you. Want is what you proved that once you put the marketplace things tend to. There's always proof right. Everybody wants to see a working product etc usually usually ah those liberal companies. Come to maybe willing to listen to do to engage. Do if you walk into other we companies when you have enough brand improve on but usually you the small company have the you company and how is it chase. How was the? Was it hard difficult time so long. It says on business is an art. You can over pressure but you have to be persistent and you have to find opportunities to know cooperates of the play the corporate game you have to understand the politics Yeah Yeah it's out that takes time to muster Bu- The again focusing on those two aspects persistency and over pressure those two actually concepts a lot of I know that of other. CEO's they tend to want results like they expect you know okay. Can we deal especially with the become visit. Visit Your partner partner with interstate time to close closed. That deal as well So I had to come about all right so you know you pretty much the two rounds you both the company you know Twenty fifteen here. You're doing well how did you do you have. Do you WANNA WANNA get out or the opportunity came upon you. We we as the bold gut to suit with the decision that the company we fear that you know the complexity had somebody supporters and and and we thought you know and we saw the market maturing and numbers were great lighten with position and felt in all of the the somebody came to our went pushes. Some kind of uh-huh wake up call where we have a bit of serving. The company process took a banker the then in all which Delta Marquez in everything by the Book Bank job and there's a by the way well auctioned client early on I for many years Actually they will be dependent on us because we did it off of them more in partner. There's some old economy type company the wound so home so digital and so we will in a way the digital arm and we offer digital capabilities to them so the way they needed us and and that also numbers to this competition the cellphone four companies but ended up being two companies competed increasing and all the things on one sixty two million to complete. Yeah it's always nice feeling. They did a good job and process in Bandung. Isn't really you know basically really squeezed out. You know. It's not at all and happy about it but then don't onto extremely happy. Basically numbers we gave them ended up. Doing one hundred percent from those numbers and will to the best of Nixon did until now we'll an exit is a big part of nuisance on separate entity. That's the good part is exit area. They also ended up doing very happy. We squeeze them out in that competition with unhappy. uh-huh okay so two more things here so you know you have a company culture you built an did you feel that. There's a culture you know. Did you have any mindful culture. Just came natural.
"iri" Discussed on The Vergecast
"And i had a big argument with jobs about this at the time in which i basically took the he took the position that i stayed there which and i'm sure if you look at everybody else's review its people raised it and they stated apples reason which was vials in nineteen ninety eight we're getting too big for the for the size available to store in a floppy disk and that's true and affected gut ludicrous event eventually you know to to a new version of windows or mac o s when it was still coming on floppy disk came in like twenty floppies it was ludicrous you had to put one end take iri member this right out wouldn't intake it out stupid and apple had invented that or sony had invented but apple head popularized three and a half inch floppy and all that but it was still too little and so that was his argument not unlike the the the fact when they when they dropped a dvd's years later not unlike dropping the headphone jack oh i think it's tropical i know you do but it has some similarities so when i wrote that he called me and complain again about it about not about the rest of the calm but about that you know and that was fun but it was just a continuation of the argument we haven't before but the argument was really about timing i said to him i get it i can see why.
"iri" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Kinshasa 100 in a heartbeat already analyst he is on the list i am i was so good it would you all the segment guys we're on'sharing we've never seen the questions and you guys can also with us below all right we do volvo remote please would you rather have a lack of communication of lack of intimacy cut the cut one in the same saves what good deseda meet when we communicating like a feeling level of intimacy with you i mean yes yes unsigned like when you ought in fact loss was it not lost we can the weekend before we sat down for breakfast like we do every saturday's like my one time with him that's very special and you spoke for like thirty minutes like you didn't even take a breath and i just look to unice like wow nearly yet just spoke cortana and i was so i thought so connected with you people would never believed by the way that offcamera into i don't talk he doesn't really talk yeah i probably speak to you in our household about husband and wife things maybe fifteen minutes a pain even that during the week even now the wall the aggressors irony of ironies is because we stop taking showers together in the morning you don't talk about household chores anymore because that was the time the iri used may have had some way to do could today this hour exactly um but yeah so you don't think that like the communication needs is it just a with the scheme.
"iri" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"You have the iri for with his awful approved he never knew that no ever came to me that concern and that southwest sending of choice wailua so we make should we address dole that is treading differences as person was predictably chose aren't going to defender second amendment rights conflict with you taking a lead on something like this it gives them the comfort that something reasonable miss bill's been vetted for over five years and over seventy eighty percent even if john owners that we like you bill joke would just afraid that president obama would take it further take more rights away that's what i was running into of what's where he's not as an excuse not to some remm this this comes down is not proactive in getting a hillside in auckland's well in all fairness this is to build it basically with your support it would pass it would cost to joe manchin to democrats we think it but basic it takes commercial cells any commercial transport to that bilman who use that as a base you could add some of the things are going to be said in the room or you may not watch but but be things in who says that i think we'll be you know in addition to yours june which you can hit almost everything because you don't want that involves i think be a very positive in contempt some background checks by the citizens this on this piece of legislation here with without background checks on commercial transaction so for person basically uh when the when the terrorists basically say hey good down to the local gun show get whatever you want because you can be in a gun show twothirds the gun show can have license dealer firefighting federal license dealers the tap to have background checks if you buy from now go to the next table over there was not one it's lupul interstate intrastate if you're selling out son state on the internet you have to have a background check if a self instake one part of new york versus the other than half to this hoses all those loopholes this is something about the mentally ill not being able to buy a gun i mean they have so many checks and balances that you can be mentally evident takes you six months before you can prohibit if so we have to do something very decisive never went you can take.
"iri" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Off i would love to own my car and honestly don't know i don't know where healthy at thirty that beyond this i hope or you too optimistic not just about iri but about your own economic futures house of course we are i mean she's 25 years old i hope she has optimism because if he doesn't she is everard go of it the yeah rave yeah met textures 39 he's a graphic artist originally from grove's city pennsylvania came to eerie looking for some career advancement and he founded but his economy in the past year or so it's uh it's like few paychex away from being not good if you include debt and mortgage and things like that you know i'm not much of a savings still though i have a lot of hope uh that it's going to get better i don't flick i'm stuck because i like eerie you know what i read you know it is affordable and its give me a lot i see a lot of potential in hearing i mean it's beautiful i dunno if you've been here in the summer but it's a beautiful place the there are other hopeful an optimistic people in europe people like matt nails but the martha people or make an economic moves and starting businesses in town later in the show a thirty year old woman who left her job as an engineer to open up a coffee shop in downtown here on coming up people see it as kind of a declining city but really i see it as that like heart of a fire what a coffee shop can tell you about the city's future but first we ensure student numbers bell dotras of one hundred and sixty six points today six tenthpercent closed at twenty four thousand seven 97 got to tell you the blue chips were up three hundred points at one point day nasdaq ended down sixteen about twotenths percent seventy two and eighteen the sp 500 off fourteen points about a half percent twenty seven a one banks got a boost on those fed menace we told you about citigroup up seventenths percent jp morgan chase advanced four tenths of one percent day tech stocks rebounded from slide earlier this month facebook frightened of 1 percent netflixing up about.
"iri" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You know you mentioned training you guys trained law enforcement trains fire department's train do you think kids should train more do you like the training that goes on with the kids should they be doing it more should they be doing it differently we've heard of you know uh what's the term they use now for it i want hifi no no no i thought it was interesting they said our training school sugar drills but i do they need more active shooter drills instead of just lockdown that's it down they said look lockdown drills helped us and i thought to myself with the do they need an actual active shooter drill not just locked down you do in its unfortunate of times we live in because you don't want children to be exposed of things at ccri fear unnecessarily with the same time it is the reality of our space oh yeah you have locked at laghman example we have the the most common wants was what it's a fire jolts and evacuation but we also know there have been tactics where uh that has been used to try to get the masses to come to a potential threat so we have to teach them to be aware of the surroundings not just kind of be like cattle who percedent up certain russian and locked down could be and how to lock down and was somebody outside not shooting up this whole correct so now when it comes to lock and what is the intent the intent is to get it to secure space to be away from windows are iri's where if there was gunfire dumb that you're more likely to be struck his not having barriers between you in that potential threat and then there's other things such as you're you call it tacticly evacuation which is you have a lockdown in and law enforcement will go into certain sections and try to extract those individuals to get them out of harm's way in do it in a in a in a very methodical manner so you have to understand and had a working can you get with law enforcement how to be extracted from a space in in masses maricopa county sheriff paul penzone is joining us butler for real quick do see kid do you think kids need more.
"iri" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris
"Beans do you think we're just headed toward that world eventually in that building such machines is perhaps easier than understanding consciousness the i think there is a worry that i think there's actually two separate worries coasted deterring test was never supposed to be a test if if consciousness spice to be a test of intelligence which gets back to that that distinction ends it with will say operation eisen is very disembodied way cited assistant passes the touring test if a human observer a con distinguish between the eye and and a real human on the basis of disembodied exchanges of text and on site hey the touring tests this is the right criteria not actually the fifth in the film ex mechanism is a brilliant film if people haven't seen it they should really and see it's beautifully might too there's another task as a piece of dialogue in that which shop on that on my friend and colleague mary shannon and he was an adviser for ex mackin he renamed the garland test off to the right to indirect alex garland and this is this test is in this this this is a quite from one of the main characters nisin in the movie and he's talking about this this robot that certainly behaves as if she is conscious and nathan the creator says the challenge is to show you that she's robot and see if you still feel she has consciousness so not to distinguish whether in bit's course no but but to to see it in i think this the something that shed with the touring test which is as much as it to test of the capabilities of properties of the system it's also test of the human what kind of criteria that using to make that sort to judgment on this score a beautiful forerunner also in blight run arising another of the great iri films in the void camps test is about emotional responsiveness and not about intelligent something that the that film into it says that in motion and embodied bodily states a property brett basic rights.
"iri" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Day setting a daily record two more feet of snow fell on eerie yesterday tom vicky is one of those who's been unable to fly out of iri's international airport the snowplow here the'report got stuck on the runway officially erie has received more than five feet of snow since last week i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington on the next fresh air we continue our series of favorite interviews from the year with comic an actor patten oswald recorded after the release of his netflix comedy special annihilation which is in part about the unexpected death of his wife last year and having to find a way to prevent himself and his young daughter from falling to pieces it's also about living in the trump era join us i'll be coming your way at one o'clock this afternoon here on kqed public radio 421 zd the time and ted at that he these here with a look at traffic dinner good morning tee steve over the hayward c h feast allowed with an accident as solo spin out cleared off to the shoulder it's the a street offramp northbound eight eighty fortunately traffic unaffected on the nimitz free but we still have some road work northbound emits out of milk that from dixon the landing road to mission boulevard in fremont and also some northbound roadwork between fremont boulevard south in autumn all parkway and for the bub venetia bridge we have some debris in the left lane it's northbound right near mid spans ahead to the right hopefully to avoid that until the anthony for kqed thank you ted in that report was brought to you by the crohn's colitis foundation each day on the world we bring you people with stories like a syrian woman we met in germany who spoke only english glacier she crossed europe to mask her identity as a refugee she's doing great now but what a journey stories you remember on the world which will come your way of two o'clock.
"iri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Coming off a when they beat the bills what did you want them to do i mean all i wanted to give a f i wholly agree listen but the game that they lost two one tampa was is the one that changed me and i didn't say going again once they lost to the panthers right that's it and then i'm gonna slow with bullets the go i don't want bulls just shave that bull system of big job it's not right he's still embiid thinks like i mean that with you things adolpo enough to where you say that's a bad job what i mean uh okay i understand but think overall right now tissue fought their way to a game has done a bad job i think he's done a lot of bad things throughout the season i think that not showing up in this game begins denver falls on the coaching i think that allowing his offense of coordinated to wave the white flag late in the game comes back to the head coach i think the decisions to not use the time out to the end of the first half were very very bad and we can do that a lot going throughout this season do i look at their record at five and eight and say i thought they would be five and ain't no one in other there could be one in fifteen i admit it but i think the bigger surprises not that todd bowles has done a great job to get them to five in eight i think it's that they had more talent but i thought they a lot more time than any of us thought i mean look at robbi anderson just take him right now the garate anderson do we think he was going to be this good now the safeties had a lot of potential right when you draft adams in may is high up because you do you have a lot of faith that these guys can be good players but they have had really solid rookie years that i think jordan jenkins would have the iri's at now so i think what the big surprises win to me about this season is that they ended up having a lot more town donna thought i'm not screaming and yelling to fire todd bowles because yeah the five and eight and if you look at it from what you thought an august cher five eight.
"iri" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Well i'll tell you why in vis serena on this area what i've said before the iri that got trump elected we're making progress we're making real progress it's not being talked about as much as obamacare it's not being talked about as much as tax reform is not being talked about as much as all the regulations that trump is cutting got other bigger sexier things that we're going to talk about tonight but man i want to so i wanna start here and show you that when it comes to people in this country illegally in the first what ted eleven months of the trump administration we've made amazing progress according to the government's own numbers you talked about the trump perfect you talk about the trump affect this year twenty seven t get it immigration arrests at our border have plunged immigration arrests in the interior of our country have sore now that's how it should be did you hear what i said gender stand what i said so uh o resting illegals at the border those arrests our way way way way down but a steam illegals inside of the country in the interior the united states those arrests are way way out that's how it should be that's exactly the way it should be and that's because of trump this is this is all because of who we elected eight five five six four to fifty six hundred do you know i hope.
"iri" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Well i'll tell you why e in vis serena on this area what i've said before the iri that got trump elected we're making progress we're making real progress it's not being talked about as much as obamacare it's not being talked about as much as tax reform is not being talked about as much as all the regulations that trump is cutting get other bigger sexier things that we're going to talk about tonight but man i want to so i wanna start here and show you that when it comes to people in this country illegally in the first what ten eleven months of the trump administration we've made amazing progress according to the government's own numbers you talked about the trump fact you talk about the trump perfect this year 2017 get it immigration arrests at our border have plunged immigration arrests in the interior of our country have sore that's how it should be did you hear what i said to understand what i said so uh or west steam illegals at the border those arrests our way way way way down but a rest steam ill league goals inside of the country in the interior of the united states those arrest sir way way out that's how it should be that's exactly the way it should be and that's because of trump this is this is all because of who we elected eight five five six four to fifty six hundred do you know i hope.
"iri" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Well i'll tell you what e e invest serena on this area what i've said before the iri that got trump elected we're making progress we're making real progress it's not being talked about as much as obamacare it's not being talked about as much as tax reform is not being talked about as much as all the regulations that trump is cutting get other bigger sexier things that we're gonna talk about tonight but man i want to seoul i'll i'll i wanna start here and show you that when it comes to people in this country illegally in the first what ten eleven months of the trump administration we've made amazing progress according to the government's own numbers you talked about the trump perfect you talk about the trump effect this sheer 2017 get it immigration arrests at our border have plunged immigration arrests in the interior of our country have soared dna that's how it should be did you and i said gender stand what i said so uh o resting illegals at the border those arrests our way way way way down but a rest steam illegals inside of the country in the interior the united states those arrests are way way out that's how it should be that's exactly the way it should be and that's because of trump this is this is all because of who we elected eight five five six four to fifty six hundred do you know i hope you are aware of this we got a lot more lug looked out we got a lot more to.
"iri" Discussed on WGTK
"This is as his free this is what this is what we voted for you see are above the opinion and i've always been of the opinion to me it's pretty damn straight forward it's it's pretty direct man if you wanna be in america you've got to be here legally how complicated is that that's at complicated at if you wanna be in this country you've got to be here legally see i believe that i've always believed that and i believe that millions and millions of you believe the same damn thing in fact i think that the millions and millions and millions of us that all believed that you want to be here you've got to be here legally i think dam near all of us voted for donald trump because trump said he'd do something about this look he talked about building the wall and we've got to get that wall built he talked about border security i i get all of that he talked about keeping people from coming in here but see we got eighteen twenty twenty two million people in this country illegally right now and all of this crap you see that number eleven million illegals that's a ally the media put set number out it's a lot worse than that it's a lot higher than that there are probably twenty to twenty two to 24 million people in this country illegally that shouldn't happen if you already sovereign nation that shouldn't be the case nobody should be here illegally well i'll tell you what in vis serena on this area what i've said before the iri that got trump elected we're making progress we're making real progress it's not being talked about as much as obamacare it's not being talked about as much as tax reform is not being talked about as much is all the regulations that.
"iri" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre
"A momma bears doing great she um she eyes substitute teachings which the classroom she loves that it as the kids do well you know she does what is so jesse soon for pretty well i think we're we're good which was say claude when the eyes been by i think lots of me who else their baker mayfield no way man i think i think he's got it locked baby unless the bucks defense can stop him house bikes anxiety uh who knew who knew this is shocking but who knew the moving abruptly across the street from a support system in a church full of people that you love into an area that you've never been before with minimal support system who knew that that would add stress and anxiety your life but evidently it has so i'm hanging in there but you know anxiety lows chunks of mom is we've been spending loads of time with my mom which is the greatest thing ever so i'm i'm so happy with that and we're still not sure what's wrong there some blood count that still two by but her energies better she does it seemed his fatigue that was the film was really worrying than we saw in march and june when we started thinking about moving was seem very very very fatigued and like not herself so anyway that's how the iri's are doing some one last question my brothers and sisters bass there something else you wanna chime in on and forty two of you're watching this brazi thank you or your jobs are just so frequent boring and you wanna look at some big white talking had which you know i think you can do that by watching a big hero 6 to but.
"iri" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The angle so i mean listen weaders as if all first of all block kapitula had sick dart depth it is old guy but then they'll throw it into the outfielder ib did just the lightning but he got hit on the back swing which should have mother messed up the call of course they should have made it a deadball and obviously the innings over because he struck out so i mean i i agree with you but you can't i can't put all of that on dusty though right i can't put weaders mm error meaning not block on the ball and letting go all the way to the backstop that's a deep backstop their washington and so goes all went to the backstop that he he does what he thinks he needs to do which is continue to get the out so no more runs don't score all that rolled up i don't know if they can they roll that play back once more this is the yet yet but i want actually if we can because this is really important i want actually give dusty a compliment for second because this tells me that leases team is still aware of the of the of the mechanics together we can just if we could just roll that back i gave if not not a big deal but arodys great job cbs sports network thank you so watch now watchword danny murphy is back it up bright spot just the wrong i feel there backing up i mean you don't really equate the like the mechanics in the excess levels of baseball but that is a team that is in the right place actually they're doing all the right things thicken daisies and he's looking at the space the note there's no right field that is the mechanics of defense at that i learned that when i was six i mean i remember was my dad no matter what position you are on at any point on the baseball diamond you should theoretically be somewhere if there's a grabble third base and you're playing right field you cut you run somewhat what i mean you don't run the iri base for like a maniac but you certainly drift in that direction if it's an errand throw guess what the upright they there's that we work with the city you can add so there but teak i as much as i given praise there he's own ten.
"iri" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Clever goku car a yeah i've i've i downloaded a design the put goco on the side of a car and drove it some violence yes from goku finals forza motorsports seven is i am really torn by that game because i it is like lo whatever it it's their their modeling a real world thing and they're they've reached a point where like in some ways that can only get better as the technology improves right duties hard for them to take some steps backward in in things like eight cars look better hey the the weather effects are more dynamic and exciting and we're realistic and the water will you see that puddle the pilot will actually yeah yeah and and that sort of stuff but i think the game they built around the racing is uh i don't like it at home is hearing through things about the business around the game yeah so it's it's there's the business around the game and the business that has yet to come so right now there is no micro transactions stuff in the game there's no way to spend additional money but they have redone the progression in and you keep mind like progression i think is really hard to do in a game like this this came as hundreds of cars and you have a ton of you have a lot of people approaching the game from very different reasons over the years they've built forza in a way that like if you turn all the assists on it's a very friendly game four the just about anyone can enjoy the the act of driving or can can do well at it is this is this way beyond the racing line at this point like does it issued of iri like otto steer in some cases only use ai to assist your steering ice you're like vat bad at a which i think that's actually less funds arrieta i get her you've barely feel like you're playing the game at times when you have that stuff turned on so i i always find a happy medium that is probably a little bit towards the easier side for some people where i like the driving line to be honest i wanna know where she break and win where i should go and.