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The Anti-Trump Supporters Incited Violence Against Trump Supporters

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:39 min | 2 d ago

The Anti-Trump Supporters Incited Violence Against Trump Supporters

"They've got people assigned to listen to this radio program. They've got people assigned to actually monitor what I say on some of these TV appearances that we do on newsmax and real American news and many others. And they're flat out lying about what I said. So I want to go back and I want to play for you. Again, I was reminding people that it was the anti Trump crowd that actually facilitated an incited violence against Trump supporters back in 2016. Keep in mind the number of forget. Going back to 2016, Trump supporters were brutally beaten and attacked and left bloodied in the streets of city after city after city. The left they don't want they don't want you to remember that, but we do. We have a mind like an iron trap here at the Dodge turns radio show. As a matter of fact, one of the attacks in San Jose. I mean, people were getting pelted with rocks and bottles and eggs so there were fist fights and it was so bad even Hillary Clinton came out and condemned the violence against the Trump supporters. There was a situation in Chicago where a guy was beaten in the streets because he was wearing a maga hat. There was an incident in I believe Maryland, Montgomery, high school, where a teenage boy, a 15 year old boy was wearing one of the red maga hats, and this kid was attacked by four other students. They punched him, threw him to the ground and just started kicking the child.

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A Birthday Message to Trump From Compton

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | Last week

A Birthday Message to Trump From Compton

"I got my name's James kluge has a YouTube channel I'm not sure if he's on rumble but he's funny He had this video again I can't vouch for the authenticity of it I wasn't there but this is pretty hilarious Just a little bit of comic relief for you So Donald Trump's birthday yesterday President Trump So he did this video and he said listen he's out of now I don't know where it is Somewhere it looks like Donald Trump's birthday You want to say something to people And he gets his couple This older couple They just lose it He should be in jail Orange jumpsuit lock them up Leg irons Peter Navarro style Now the couple happens to be white and this guy you'll see comes up in the middle of this This is about a minute long this segment It's a longer thing but I had to cut a minute of it And this guy comes up and he's like I love Donald Trump man I'm from Compton and the people these older would appear to be white liberals They're so stunned You can see that this young black man is a Donald Trump's brother They're like you voted for Donald Trump I hope I got this is the left summed up in one clip You check this out That's pretty gnarly We're going to double down on that Bad man He's a bad guy Man he's caused untold harm to our country He needs to go away and go to prison where he belongs I can't wait to see him in an orange jumpsuit What does he need to go to prison for For all the crimes that he's committed Like what Like oh trying to overthrow our country Hello Where have you been dude Did you Ryan No Did he tell him to go do that Yeah he did tell him to go do that did you watch the rally I did I can literally memorize the quotes You're hopeless If you don't see it you're hoping What are you telling them to go do that Exactly Like what part of it the speech Where did he say Let's fight If you don't fight we're not going to have a country You mean the quote fight like hell oh yeah Bernie Sanders said that a lot of other Democrats said that and then when Trump say that then it's bad right Dude you're a Trump fan Oh yes I am Oh yeah and I'm from cops And guess what And I'm from Compton California

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Peter Navarro: Dems Weaponize the Judicial Process in a Partisan Way

The Dan Bongino Show

01:10 min | Last week

Peter Navarro: Dems Weaponize the Judicial Process in a Partisan Way

"On that note there's only two guys who have been prosecuted for this thing and put in leg irons And that's Steve Bannon and I who are in The White House with the president and we are also the only two guys who have been prosecutor also sanctioned by the Chinese Communist Party okay Just saying right So anyway it's like two minutes but literally began Check this out Two minutes before I'm supposed to go into the magistrate and I'm trying to put my shoelace back on they say oh we got a public defender for you I go what's that all about So they screw up you get me legal counsel at the outset screw up my Miranda rights try to stick me with a public defender Very nice person But not a constitutional law specialist like I needed at the time right And so look it's a show trial Dan You said it's so obvious what they're doing but it's so dangerous Dan Weaponizing the judicial process in a partisan way And by the way

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The Criminalization of Policy Differences With Paul Kengor

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

The Criminalization of Policy Differences With Paul Kengor

"Paul, as somebody born here, did you ever expect to see a political adversary of an administration who hasn't killed anybody, is not a drug lord, be handcuffed at Reagan airport and put in leg irons to be physically transported by the federal agents to hinckley's cell in the bowels of the FBI. Did you did you think that was ever possible? Yeah, it's really shocking, isn't it? And Hank Lee sell right about the time that hinckley has been released recently released. It was unconditional release. Here we are 41 years after he shot Ronald Reagan. And what bothers me too is, in fact, taking this back to, well, again, the Reagan years, it was with the Iran contra hearings, trying to think who used this term at the time. It might have been Ed meese, who talked about the criminalization of policy differences. Yes. And this is something that the liberals have been doing. And in fact, here, it grows city college just this past week. We had one of our fellows in the institute for faith and freedom, Jay cost. And I know you've read Jake costs, he writes for RealClearPolitics, Washington examiner, national review. He's an expert on James Madison. And he was talking about Madison and the art of compromise. And how politics people make fun of politics being all about compromise, but really that's kind of a virtue of politics in a democracy is that you do have compromise. So parties learn how to compromise and their differences. In fact, Ronald Reagan in 1981, August 13th, 1981, got his enormous federal income tax passed with tip O'Neill and the Democrats overwhelmingly controlling the House of Representatives. The Washington Post called it the most remarkable example of bipartisan cooperation in politics in generations.

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Mark Levin: Dems Violated Federal Statutes Protesting Against Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Mark Levin: Dems Violated Federal Statutes Protesting Against Justices

"Danger. I hope you had a chance to see Mark Levin last night. It's a great guy as a colleague, a friend. The great one is his nickname, radio host, Fox News channel, star, and he was a guest last night on Sean Hannity's show. Here's what he said. They assisted in criminal activity. We all know about 18 United States code 1507. You're not allowed to parade in protest and threaten and hassle judicial individuals, particularly Supreme Court Justices and threaten them the way they did. Did it? Schumer did it, Pelosi did it. Are they going to be indicted, mister Garland? In fact, mister Garland has an indicted a single person who's violated a federal statute, not one. How about them and handcuffs and leg irons, mister Garland? What do you say? These are federal violations. And I haven't heard a damn thing from Liz Cheney tonight. Have you Sean? And she put out a statement condemning Nancy Pelosi, condemning Schumer, the Democrat party, every damn one of them, and their Democrats in the media. They all said the same thing, Schumer did. Trashing the justices, trashing the Supreme Court. They've been at war with this court for years. It's independence. The numbers are justices. Threats like Schumer. This is become a serious serious problem. No commission on any of that, gee, I wonder why. Liz?

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The Constitution Exists to Protect Us From Two Things

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

The Constitution Exists to Protect Us From Two Things

"Some of you unfortunately were not able to watch Life liberty and Levin and I won't bore you with all aspects of it But there are a couple of things that I do want you to hear Mister producer if I could find the damn thing let's go let's start with cut 22 Go This may be the most important opening statement I've ever made on this program or maybe any other program Why Well we have to come to terms with something The constitution exists to protect us from two things And overly powerful ruling class and an out of control mob We're not a pure democracy We don't have a parliament The other hand we don't have a centralized government or not supposed to They can rule with an iron fist And so when people talk about democracy they completely misstate the purpose of our government Our government is intended to protect the individual and individual liberties You don't have any other country that has a Bill of rights I don't know of any other country that does Individualism is key the Declaration of Independence talks about unalienable rights for every single human being

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John Zmirak: The Left Is Acting Like a Cage Full of Monkeys

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 3 weeks ago

John Zmirak: The Left Is Acting Like a Cage Full of Monkeys

"Hey there folks, welcome back. I'm talking to John smirke and the construction crew that is making this an impossible interview to conduct. John, I want to say what you said just before we went to the break. This is really important. Figure out who is speaking and support those people. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Johns mirac, Eric metaxas. You know, anybody that is talking about these things, what's that? Naomi will Steve Bannon, doctor Peter McCullough. Let's not forget yesterday's lies. Yesterday's crisis, which is the COVID lockdown. The left is tree is acting like a case full of monkeys throwing poop at the wall. And the poop of the COVID lockdown, they kept that up as long as they could. Kept us locked in our homes, our churches closed, our businesses closed. They tried to force the dead baby vaccine on our kids, they're still trying to force it on our infants, but because they stop hitting us over the head with a lead pipe. And instead, start to burn our leg with a soldering iron. We're supposed to forget about the lead pipe and the head. Right. The left is engaged in a multi front constant effort to take away our freedoms and subject us to an authoritarian state. Look at Canada. Look at Canada. Three months ago or 6 months ago, they were using mounted police to crush nonviolent demonstrators. And now they're going to seize all private firearms in the country. This is exactly how Lenin acted when he took over Russia. How Hitler acted when he soaked over Germany. Justin Trudeau is a burgeoning fascist dictator.

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Vasilevskiy, Lightning beat Panthers 2-0 in Game 4 for sweep

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Vasilevskiy, Lightning beat Panthers 2-0 in Game 4 for sweep

"Andrei vasilevskiy stopped 49 shots to lead the Tampa Bay lightning to a two zero game four shutout Monday night The reigning Stanley Cup champions will once again advance to the Eastern Conference Finals after having two goals disallowed in the second period the eventual game winner came off the stick of pat maroon Florida went over three on the power play and ranging off the iron multiple times but weren't able to solve vasilevsky who was now clinched 6 of the last 7 series with a shutout The Panthers who averaged over four goals per game during the season were only able to score three in their last four games against the lightning

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McIlroy powers to a 65 for early lead at PGA Championship

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

McIlroy powers to a 65 for early lead at PGA Championship

"Rory McIlroy finally made a good start to a major championship taking advantage of mild early conditions to fire a 5 under 65 to take a one shot lead after the first round of the PGA Championship at southern hills I had quite a lot of drivers out there and took advantage of my length and finished that off with some nice iron play and some nice pumping The Irish man leads by one from will's Ella Torres and Tom hoagie and by two from a group of three under that includes Justin Thomas the world's top three ranked players all struggled in the windy afternoon conditions with Scottish in one over John rambert plaster and Colin Boracay at two over Tiger Woods also struggled with an opening for over 74 that included 7 bogeys and just three birdies I'm Graham agar

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The American Marxist's Economic Plan

Mark Levin

01:51 min | Last month

The American Marxist's Economic Plan

"The American Marxist when it comes to the economy are socialists I have disputed those who call this overall socialism because it's Marxism but their economic plan is different than their cultural plan and so forth and so on You can't call a cultural plan Socialism It's Marxism And he gave birth to socialism from an economic perspective Now that said you'll see what's happening You're living it Prior to Joe Biden being ensconced in the Oval Office You had these various sectors of the economy the industrial economy that were fairly effective and efficient They were working The production of oil and gasoline we were energy independent the production of electricity very rare brownouts and blackouts You saw steel mills working Iron mills working The securing of the border all these things going on in the nation Now here's the thing What these marxists with their socialist economic policies do is they drain these systems that were built by capitalists prior to these socialists having power or widespread power So they drain the oil reserves the strategic oil reserves They didn't produce it they drain it

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How the Left Is Trying to Brand Every Republican as Racist

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:43 sec | Last month

How the Left Is Trying to Brand Every Republican as Racist

"Hawley. Let's play another piece of tape here. Of how the left is now trying to use this as a way to brand Republicans as racists for criticizing Biden's open border policy even though they're the ones that have been pushing the idea that the open border policy might actually benefit them, play cut 57. We take this replacement theory and now make it the Republican racist replacement theory. Make every Republican answer do you believe in it or not? Brand every Republican. This is the party of the replacement theory. Take what is a sliver or a real minority, but I'm sorry and make it the entire raison Don of the Republican Party. Bring them on. Take a branding iron, put it on them. So that any mainstream Republican has to wear that

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The Torture and Imprisonment (and Love) of Richard Wurmbrand

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | Last month

The Torture and Imprisonment (and Love) of Richard Wurmbrand

"I'm sitting here in the studio with Todd nettleton. He is with voice of the martyrs. Actually, he's the host of voice of the martyrs radio on a thousand plus stations, you were just mentioning before, I want to get to your book when faith is forbidden. But you were just mentioning that when Richard finally gets out of prison, the communists, I mean, so wicked that he had been tortured, he'd had tuberculosis. So you said when you get out of prison, they told him, you know, your body is so broken that maybe you've got a year left. Yeah. There's so many amazing things about this story. The going rate for a political prisoner at that time was $1500 to the Romanian government. The price for Richard was $10,000. So he was considered a high value target. And like you say, will the doctors examined him? He'd had TB. He'd been tortured again and again and again. They said pastor Rembrandt, you know, you probably only have a year left. God allowed him 30 more years and he traveled the entire world, telling the story of his own torture, his own persecution, but then also, hey, there are still pastors behind the iron curtain. There are still pastors in those prisons. And really, the voice of the martyrs was founded when Christians like you and I, we hear that, and we say, okay, well, how do we help them? That's really how the voice of the martyrs was founded was to be a way to help you. And so let's be clear. There are people all around this world right now, imprisoned, suffering, persecuted, tortured for their faith, killed for their faith, we need to know that. We need to stop pretending like Christianity is my pathetic little church in the suburbs. Folks, we don't deserve to live in a country where we get to drive in our SUV to our church, whatever there are people around the world suffering. That's the

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Fox News: Satellite Images Show Mariupol Cemetery Growing

Mark Levin

01:32 min | Last month

Fox News: Satellite Images Show Mariupol Cemetery Growing

"You believe in satellite images was reported by fox's Tyler O'Neill in commented on by the great general General Kellogg of maga fame Satellite images are showing that maripol Ukraine That there's a massive cemetery massive mass grave that is expanding As the Russians continue to pound that city And I only wonder what's happening to the two to 300,000 people who are left in that city Can you imagine mister producer How they must be slaughtering them Well why should we have them I've bought himself Oh I see And they have their marines Fighting to the death in that steel mill Which is also a nuclear bunker So we have these new satellite images Show an expansion of a cemetery in the vital port city of mirepoix Which the Russians now control Except for the iron works building Russian digging of mass graves continues a merit poll in an attempt to cover up war crimes at the start from eski cemetery on the west edge of the city

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How Your Favorite Movies Reveal God With Frank Turek

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:18 min | Last month

How Your Favorite Movies Reveal God With Frank Turek

"Folks, I'm excited. I get to talk to a friend of mine, Frank turret. He has written a book with his son, evidently, Frank Turk has written a book with Zach turret. It's called Hollywood heroes, brand new book, Hollywood heroes, how your favorite movies reveal God Frank Turk. Welcome to the program and how does young Frankenstein reveal God? It's always great being with you, Eric. What a question. I always want to start out with a real jerk question. This is a Frankenstein book because it's my son and I together doing it, and he's actually now 34 years old in the air force. And already seminary grad, and he's a movie buff. So he said, dad, we got to do a book on movies, how they all point to the ultimate hero Jesus. They said, we're on. Let's do it. Well, a good movie, you know, has to conform to the laws of reality and to the laws of narrative and whatever. And there's no way you escape pointing to God since he's the author of reality. But most people don't know that, which is why you wrote a book about it called Hollywood heroes. Exactly. And we go through the big superhero movies, Eric, we're going through Captain America, Iron Man, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Batman, Star Wars Wonder Woman, and they all point to the ultimate hero Jesus. Superman's in there as well, by

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Former FBI Agent Steve Gray: 'The Bureau Rules by Fear'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | Last month

Former FBI Agent Steve Gray: 'The Bureau Rules by Fear'

"If I had been, I'm not a law enforcement officer, but if I had been one of the special agents, tasked to raid Roger Stone's home, an elderly man with a deaf wife, who was told to take a loaded M4 carbine, put on a body armor, hard plated vest at 6 a.m., bang on the door with a fast boat behind the building in the canal and FBI helicopters above the building. I hope I hope that I would have had the courage to give my supervisory special agent or the a sack or what have you. My badge and tell him, sir, here's my gun, here's my badge, this is wrong. This is a politically driven issue in the past you would have requested the bureau would have said to Roger Stone's lawyer, would your client please come into our field office tomorrow at 10 a.m. and not raid his house like he's a head of the Medellín drug cartel. Is that demand that I would make of myself, is that unreasonable and are you disappointed by the fact that we don't seem to see pushback in an overly politicized bureau today? That's absolutely correct. You have to understand the bureau. The bureau rules by fear within the organization. They rule with an iron fist and they rule with fear, meaning that they keep the agents in fear constantly of either losing their job or getting a high suspension. And the reason is is because they just tell, look, there's always somebody that can take your place. So there's a lot of that going on. And these guys have families. They have, you know, they have houses and mortgages that they have to pay for. But in that Roger Stone case, you're absolutely right. They should have, they would have normally just called him and said, we have a warrant for your arrest. Have your attorney bring you down to the FBI building. We'll come bring you through the back door. We'll process you. We'll take you over to the courthouse, and you'll probably be ROR and release your own recognizance that day, and he'd been back home probably by 3

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The Best Example of the Fascist Left

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 2 months ago

The Best Example of the Fascist Left

"If you want the best example of the fascist left, which is the inevitable conclusion of liberalism. I'm not even going to mention the author that wrote it, right Connor, we don't have to give him any more. He wrote a good book. He did. It was called liberal fascism. And it's true. It's where liberalism ends up. And it's not that the left or liberals hate rich people, it's that they don't like rich people, they don't like. I know it sounds redundant, but they don't like rich people that don't like them and vice versa, meaning there are certain rich people that are perfectly fine with. Bezos, fine, Gates, fine, Musk, they now hate. One of the reasons why they hate Musk so much is because Musk was never, he never commented on this stuff before. He just kind of built his businesses for years quietly. And he kind of was friends with all people, but he always had that kind of that Iron Man Tony Stark vibe, but the reason they really hate Musk is that they believe they're entitled to Musk's loyalty. They believe that who is Musk to think that he could betray us. Who is Musk to think that he could defy us.

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The Iron Law of Oligarchy With Pedro Gonzalez

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 2 months ago

The Iron Law of Oligarchy With Pedro Gonzalez

"With us right now is Pedro Gonzalez from chronicles magazine amongst many other wonderful publications. Pedro, welcome back to the program. What is the iron law of oligarchy? Thanks for having me back, Charlie. So the iron law of oligarchy was proposed by a German born Italian sociologist named Robert michelson. And it's very ominous charming, but really it's just kind of stating a fact, a fact of life. And that is that when you look at political parties because this theory is based on an examination of how political parties and democratic societies actually function. It doesn't matter if a political party calls itself a Social Democratic Party. In that political party, what will inevitably develop is a kind of hierarchy. It's just a fact, right? In any kind of organization, you have a leadership class. So again, it doesn't matter if a political party calls itself socialist or democratic or whatever, a leadership class will emerge that delegates tasks and makes decisions that affect the entire the much larger group. That is what is sociologist Michaels called an oligarchy or in planar terms and elite. Basically just a leadership class. Now, this dynamic that he identified in the political party in any democratic society also applies to trade unions, it applies to companies and yes, democratic society at large. And the point of this theory, the point of the iron law of oligarchy is to, I would say, to make people understand that, look, it doesn't matter if you live in a republic or a democracy, a constitutional republic, whatever label you want to use, there's always going to be a ruling class. You just have to accept that. Because once you accept that, then the task becomes, well, how do we ensure that our leaders are, on the one hand, competent, and on the other hand, not abusing their control over key institutions, the way a leader would a political party, not for the benefit of society, but for their own

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The Real Reason Liberals Hate Elon Musk

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 2 months ago

The Real Reason Liberals Hate Elon Musk

"If you want the best example of the fascist left, which is the inevitable conclusion of liberalism. I'm not even going to mention the author that wrote it, right Connor, we don't have to give him any more. He wrote a good book. He did. It was called liberal fascism. And it's true. It's where liberalism ends up. And it's not that the left or liberals hate rich people, it's that they don't like rich people, they don't like. I know it sounds redundant, but they don't like rich people that don't like them and vice versa, meaning there are certain rich people that are perfectly fine with. Bezos, fine, Gates, fine, Musk, they now hate. One of the reasons why they hate Musk so much is because Musk was never, he never commented on this stuff before. He just kind of built his businesses for years quietly. And he kind of was friends with all people, but he always had that kind of that Iron Man Tony Stark vibe, but the reason they really hate Musk is that they believe they're entitled to Musk's loyalty. They believe that who is Musk to think that he could betray us. Who is Musk to think that he could defy us.

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"irons" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"irons" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"You are writing a book when when's it coming out. When can people get it. We we were supposed to have it out by march madness of this year. ran into some clicks and publishing situations. And that hopefully it'll get out. If not by the end of the summer you know by the beginning of the basketball season What's it called. Whoever titled or have a working title to work entitled one is that we decided on pissed off the no. Not just the one i had was really fighting for. It's called hardcore hardcore different on the quote and inchoate. So will you. You had legal troubles do you. Is that in the book. No doubt okay and you came back and again this is a whole 'nother show probably but you seem to come back from that at peace if that is that right you dealt with i don't with it. Nfl got you. don't forgive me. Forgive me and all. I need to forgive myself i blame. I don't blame anybody. But the self and i was a grown man when when the things happen and it was you know what this does as those thin. Ignorance of the law is no excuse. And that's that's no doubt the deal. As the i i in at i c co-defendants obscene civil co-defendants. Don't have any animosity about but in a hope that would i happened on. That sad would definitely help my son incomes his way you reference this earlier your daughter-in-law's saying you know about the book you put did your wife. Tony nobody tried to stop him from reading the book right. No they're all law. They were quite encouraging. I let them read some of it. All of our most of it on the they were been my ghost right ahead. Him today interviewed him They had a chance to in this segment. Talk about some of the things that you know was important to them so In all and i've been able to read some of the excerpts from from the book some degree would someday kranj about because they said. I don't think you should mention this and in any names you know. There's there's someone in the book where i don't. I mentioned some names. And then a semi. I don't i don't i don't reference to the person will reference to the name but i refuse to the personalities that i had to deal with in in that situation. You know those that you know always felt the night within my back whether they were the they were probably and it's interesting to me because you know legal trouble is one thing but me shas a different thing but yet your case kind of they wrap them together. Right was part of the. I'll never i never understood. So you had the legal issues. People can look it up but it involved mortgages and things like that but then part of the agreement or settlement involved michel investigating whether you had illegal players. I thought what is one had to do with. I never understood that..

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"irons" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"irons" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"This is an interview that's been in the works for a while. Darns told me he was writing a book. And i said when you get close to finishing that book we gotta sit down we gotta talk and the truth is i could probably talk to floyd irons for several hours. We could do one of those joe rogan four hour interviews if if we all had the time because we could talk to floyd about his career but also about the city. What's changed in saint. louis. I didn't realize until a little bit of research. I knew floyd gone to vashon high school before he became the legendary basketball coach but i didn't realize he was the st louis post dispatch scholar athlete of the year back today ended up at for shot. His first coaching job at for sean was actually coaching soccer. That was before we got the Basketball gig and the legend and certainly over the years. Nobody has been more successful Arguably in any sport in the state of missouri. I'm sure webb city footballer. A couple of other programs. That will come to mind basketball. He became it became a national brand. You'd pick up usa today. And there's the v. for sean ranked nationally and they replay all over the. Us and floyd was that coach for thirty two years his son. Tony is now coaching sean. And they're winning state titles again and we talk about during the interview. That tony's very different than his dad very low key. Let's let's be honest. Floyd never avoided either controversy or confrontation and we get into all of that Any regrets especially with the book coming out. What is it. that's in the book is it. Everything made some enemies with his style. And sorta explains that it has a little bit of a tony larussa vibe. in that. Whatever he could do to get in somebody else's head he would do it if it meant. They were going to win that game. wasn't perfect doesn't claim be and the book will also address his legal problems. You know there was. It ended up being a federal case involving mortgages wire wire fraud and some homes that were purchased and was in the middle of that ended up going to jail and he says he has harbors no ill will the people he was involved with how it all went down and always fascinated me that he had a federal case against him but part of the settlement was to work with media on recruiting violations. And whether they could take away. Some stay tunnels i i. I still don't understand how that connects a federal case. Somehow then needs details. That involves a michigan state title. It's so bizarre. But this is a lengthy interview and appreciate floyd taking the time All things for sean. Floyd irons controversy controversy over the years highs the lows. Hopefully hopefully you'll enjoy this discussion because i really enjoyed. It was part of our legend series at ktar. S myself brandon. We see sitting there with fluid and then we went a little overtime on the podcast side to kind of get into more into the book into detail about that. So floyd irons is our guest..

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"irons" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"irons" Discussed on WTVN

"President Trump will get a chance to argue before the Supreme Court that portions of special counsel Mueller's report on Russian election meddling should remain secret. The court will take arguments in October, meaning any decision won't come before the election. The House Judiciary Committee is seeking disclosure of the grand jury materials, which Include transcripts of testimony from a number of Trump officials and associates. Typically, grand jury materials are kept secret to protect witnesses and subjects who are not charged with crimes. But House Democrats have argued that extraordinary public interest in the case warrants release of the materials along with their desire to further investigate possible obstruction of justice. Kathryn Folders, ABC News For the first time in two decades, 40 year old Jonathan Irons is waking up is a free man this week, finally released from a prison in Missouri since the day he was arrested for burglary and assault. Jonathan Irons has insisted that he was misidentified as the suspect. Now, with the help of pro basketball player Maya Moore Irons has been cleared. I'm absolutely elated and thankful just to be here in this moment right now. As for the assault victim, who courts now agree, misidentified him in 1998 iron says he's going to be hit with a lot of guilt. And I want to let him know I do. Forgive him. I don't blame him befall him in anyway. Jim Ryan, ABC NEWS Celebrity SPLITSVILLE actress Christina Ricci filed for divorce in Los Angeles from James here to get in After seven years of marriage. This is a beast. The news. President Trump just tweeted. And he says the new book blitz is hot and calls David Horowitz, a great author. Already a number one..

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"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"As K. K. disco from animal. Crossing a new leaf by Pixel T- composed by Kasumi. Kotoka is done up in the The J pop funk city pop style with a dose of everybody wanting to rule the world. Yeah I don't know how that got in there but it worked. It worked really. Well so yeah. I'm export more of Pixel tease tunes. And if you'd like to hear more from the artists on the bonus round part of our show go to rhythm and PIXELS DOT COM. We'll have links to ban camps and sound clouds and their webpages everywhere. We can go online. Download the music by the music and support these great artists back with all right. Thank you for joining us. On on the season the season premiere of World World Premiere or not world premiere of world. Twenty two two dash one of rhythm in pixels stank face jams. You can name. A game has gone beyond twenty two worlds. I'd love to hear. Thank you Bruce. Irons Cam for hanging out with us and doing this. Happy to be here man. It's always a great time. Glad y'all go ahead. Y'All had some time for me. Oh we always got time for you man. You're a great guests in a great friend. Yeah thanks for making time with us Can you tell our listeners again? Where they could find you the mad gear and everything about turbo city. Sure mad gear band DOT COM is the easiest way to find everything. Plus I think rob. You can attest that we've got the sickest website ever it's pretty. Tom Gifts a lot of toughness. And badness going on and Magyar Band Dot Com but otherwise you can find us just as easily on a pretty much all the things you would expect. Bank Anka's Magyar Ban The Magyar Slash Band Camp Dot Com. You can find us on facebook. Instagram twitter which we don't really use that much and kickstarter and so obviously you can just google facebook mad gear band and find us pretty easily so yeah awesome and if you'd like to learn more about rhythm pixels and you want to say hi to us you have a track suggestion if you have a topic suggestion. 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"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

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"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"This is opus. Thirteen from the Game Dracula X also known as Rondo of blood. This is for the Super Nintendo composed by KUNAMA bought. It was composed by the Club of tomorrow to meet Masanori you Oughta Waco Masahiko Komura the economic in house band and yeah every song. We've been playing today. I'm just going. Whoa wait a minute this. I'm really happy with this subject. I feel like it. Just it makes you pick good stuff. How are you not going to? This is a this is a topic that I didn't expect to be able to do all right with because quite frankly. Why do like phoned? Music punk is not usually what I hold onto when I walk away from a game. It's usually something that sounds good in the moment. But I was shocked. I was able to rummage man rummage. I wasn't expecting good tracksuit expecting funk from CASTELLINA. Oh Yeah Yeah. And that's why this who who said Kathleen meets Janet Jackson. Yeah Yeah and that is exactly right and that's probably why I love this track so much because it feels like nineties pop and that's just I mean I can't help myself. I was a huge Michael Jackson. Fan when I was seven years old. And you know it's it just really hits me in that spot in the base in this one especially he's what feels so `nineties that like sliding where you're very kind of since base it's just so delicious there's and Yeah I'm sorry. There's not a lot of Super Nintendo tracks that have Really clear pace like this. I feel like they really clear notes and and good high end like the hi hats and the trump section it. They're not they're not muffled you know. They're very clear you don't get that clarity. Is that often on the Super Nintendo? Yeah Yeah and that's the thing like there's like you mentioned Rondo. Blood came out on turbo graphic. Sixteen which I think. It was the turbo CD or something. Yeah it was a duo release. It wasn't a Mchugh card like soundtrack of a super CD to ooh. Okay it's and so that version of the soundtrack is very like quote unquote hi Rez. But like I don't like it as much it's not super different but I feel like it's got a little too much going on like the for some reason. The Super Nintendo. One just sounds more clear as to what is trying to do But anyway yeah I mean it just it. This one has a specific sound. That you don't really hear a lot on the superintendent like you said it's a little more sense based as opposed to like real band based and I just feel like it it. Just they killed it like it just feels so good. It's very good killed. It bit it. In the neck resurrected it and then ravaged in pillaged nearby town Every hundred years the soundtrack Rondo of blood rises once again and man. Does it suck? Wait oh I get it I get it. Oh this is this is. This is really really good track. I again I've never really explored This contract specifically I always think of just like gasoline. Four and I think of Symphony of the night. I always forget about this one. I think it's good to check it out. I think this is the only one. That's quite this far in this direction. But the rest of the soundtrack is definitely solid. I think a lot of people were brought back onto this because of symphony of the night. Since that's sort of like a sequel to this world's Castle Vania so it's like wait a minute who's who's Maria where she come from. Oh there's this whole game over here you've ever played him in people's Richter went from kind of like super anime which I guess is more cannon now because now that he's in smash she they went with the Dracula slashed Rondo. Blood look rather than the symphony of the night where he looks like fancy sailor. Pirate man. I'm for I'm for that too but it's definitely a very different look. Are we thought they were fairly similar to go back and check because I know it was like a small? There are pretty small because the opening scene from me. I mean more the The if you look at the Cover Art of Dracula compare that to work. Yes yes sorry. I wasn't clear so the character like the title or sorry. The box art for Jackie Alexa. Rondo of blood and look at that next to the portrait drawing of Richter. They're they're very different styles. So you'RE SAYING THAT DRACULA X Super Nintendo cover. Yes it's very like anime. Like with the kind of the spiky hair and all that kind of stuff. Where's the the art for symphony of the night? I mean it's kind of iconic now and it kind of became the look of gasoline for a little while but it's very like everyone looks a little more. I don't know like it's more realistic. But everybody has more feminine. Look to them. Oh is that what you're talking about now for sure okay? Yeah that's Yummy Kajima I thought it was somebody else. I I always associate that. Look with the The artist Fantasy six yes. I'm talking about yeah. I don't I don't know the name. But it's very like wispy kind of cereal like it's it's not very defined as opposed to the anime one where it's all like very defined. Yes super hard. Edge talked Amano. Yes yes that's that's how it is I love art style. The there was. There was that one Vampire intimate right one hundred. Yeah that was him. Yeah Yeah then buyer Hunter See. No no no. That's Hepatitis C. You got it back Danger Danger you're talking about artists so interesting because on one hand he can do his style. Put very expressive. And you look at you clearly. See what you're looking at. Sometimes he just goes crazy avangard. There's just dropped a bucket of paint on the floor. And you're like okay. There's a lot of black swirls gone on here. Is this a vampire's an actual moon? I don't know what I'm looking at but it does look appealing. Whatever idiocy definitely goes abstract? But it's yeah it's definitely has a dream like kind of look to which I liked about final fantasy like I feel like that all fit together really well I would love for final fantasy games to kind of look back to that style. A little bit more particular specific reason why he stopped doing are for those games and look it up. I'm hoping it's not horrible but the The I just hope it's not like creative differences or something All of our heroes Anyway so the with another artists now the ones who did like The world ends with you and Memorial tomorrow because it's all it's all leather buckles Zippers Zippers. And if you like final fantasy is zippers like. That's what it is now. We're not talking rescue Rangers Zipper. We're talking actual apparel talking. We're not talking squirrel nut here but I feel like I would love to see some more games with back to that style. It's kind of high fantasy dreamlike. Sure like a lot of the characters had feminine more feminine features but I. I really liked that. Yeah yeah and I don't mean that as a drag on it at all and feminine more like drowsiness like Yes it was. Yeah but but yeah as a kid. I wasn't crazy about it. Beat if we were like comparing krono trigger to final fantasy definitely would have told. Y'All I current trigger better but then again I was a kid and drive you all because that might be partly to go along with Japanese Needs Dragon Ball and Tori Omo Nami. Kohei High Club draw in jail. Well that's the thing I think I think the other way around I like Dragon Ball subconsciously because of Kronur trigger and it took me a while to put it together and be like because this is before the Internet well before the Internet proper but like I didn't I it took me a few years to put it together be like. Oh that's why Boma looks exactly like Luca because it's the same artist but I definitely appreciate the more the`real kind of style of those early final fantasy games now more so than I did when I was a kid and trust me I can. I can until you understand the whole like art comparison thing. Don't get me started on garbage. Pill Kid compares me. I'll take us home. I have a story for you about garbage. Fill surprise I don't know how it it's an incredible. This came up with without you in the conversation. Prime I'll tell you in a minute so let's go on to your second all right so my next track is one that quite frankly. I can't think of any of the time I was ever brought it up on the show. So thank you for this topic because it is time to get down to business with boy. Guitar Room Man tracked being called Jam. Blue compose originally buy coil and the chorus in the song is self is sung by Brenda. Von No relation of all. Han everybody. There's a new king in town get ready mode.

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"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"I got a one up just now or or whatever kind of video game reference. I could make instead of making video game references all the time I was like. I'll put sister act in there because I really like six sister AC. I watched that recently that holds up. That's a good movie. Oh Dude for sure. That's for sure. Yeah the sequel. Take her leave the original. I mean I mean is gold and but yeah man so along those lines. It's it's a little more general pop culture than just video games like definitely wanted people to enjoy even if they didn't have it. Have all the you know that knowledge for the Reference Base? I guess but yeah. It's very much based in like kind of Saturday morning cartoons That kind of thing that. That's that's definitely the like Saturday morning cartoons as you would remember them. You know that kind of right. Yeah which I really appreciate very much thought of selling on a whim. This is on the show people to scare me mentioning that we spoke this long in the normal sense. We should just throw random music over this second to. Oh actually we're GONNA HAVE WE'RE GONNA have this. You're listening to a completely different song. Oh my gosh magic. It's just it's just a touch of love as featured in the movie sister. Yes sign me up and call me butterball. Is that a line from the movie. I remember that thing life depends would like it to say that. Yes no it was. It was Maggie Maggie. Smith was caught me about about getting Maggie Smith impression. I picture that pretty well though that that that did the trick I've been watching A lot of classic next generation because Star Trek Picard has been on the air. It's fantastic does it take place on Earth. It takes no part of it. I remember seeing image still of any organized diner yet. It takes all over all over the universe but he lives he. He bought a chateau and vineyard in France. And that's what he does but like. Npc's he's off on an adventure anyway but A gummy interested in watching the original series. And I love seeing Whoopi Goldberg and in the original series again here which reminded deer. Did you hear that? He mentioned a he. He basically invited her back for season. Two Picard. Aw Man I'll be so good. Cassini was so important to that show like they had we gotta get into the show soon but they counselor on the show Deanna. Troi like. She felt like she couldn't speak to the humans with authority. The way would be Goldberg's character and she wasn't human she was like a super long lived like really wise person who just knew a whole lot about human behavior and was so good with everybody on the show which she just really good at. Code switching. Yeah I think so. She grounded the show she. She became like kind of the filter in which we could view these. These people lives of cool. Anyway go back and watch season four of next generation. Because it's so good you don't know who the characters are. All you remember that the live in Spain. They live in space. Wow Okay robbed. You have to rewind per second because we we didn't and this is my fault. We didn't mention the game because they'll come later. We'll just talking. You'll get a double dose of Ruzyne. We just won't stop talking about. We can talk a little bit about some of like. Maybe I'd like to know some of your process a little bit and I can talk about the game and how that came about as we're listening to some music. So let's let's talk about our topic. Our topic Is Stank face jam? I had no idea what this wasn't told me. Tell tell me what that means to you. well I was just thinking about. There's this one track and I it's really one of my favorite all-time Vga tracks. So I'm embarrassed that I always get confused on whether it's a level four level five. I think it's a little five. But it's from bloody WOLF FOR THE TURBO GRAPHIC. Sixteen and it just every time it comes on like a start doing this little like my face gets all like I get like A. It's like a weird. If you know stank face it's kind of like you smell something bad but you love it like I love. How bad the smells and and you kind of your head search. Do Okay good good. I mean I'm assuming the the the cover art for this one is going to be amazing and we can have some stank faces on there to kind of illustrate will. We're Joan what we're talking about but It's GonNa be it's GONNA be weird. It's GonNa be very strange. It's going to be one of the strangest wants for sure okay. Lot of green wiggly lines to illustrate the Earth but anyway idle Husky definitely definitely a whole scratch schiff. Yeah Yeah masterbuilt. That's right so yeah I in but anyway I that song just kind of makes me do like a little a little snaky kind of head motion in my shoulder. Start moving a little bit and I get the Stang face on and I'll just like. Why don't we do something about stuff? That kinda like. Get in the stank zone so Yeah it's usually stuff that's a little bit on the slower in doesn't have to be but just things that are a little bit funky. Maybe that loud and clear yeah. Yeah because we're we're all at. Oh before we get started that bloody both track is that the one that's like a funky beat that boop boop boop it in house like a glass smashing clash shuttering Vero Pinger. Open your was composed by the bad news. I think stage from the game bloody wolf bad dudes. They arranged by Cameron Child Music. Our and okay and I remember them play like they just couldn't get over that this is really good Also I just want to plug the latest episode of the Legacy Music Hour. Go download that they. They have their names keeping the timeline. It's so funny it's so funny. What was it called? Oh thank you. It's called you're fired. Oh and they play mode how you the helme. Jeez Rob Your. They play the song over and over again. That's super chill and Super Funky. And they're just like hey glad you came into my office. See you've been coming in late. S- fire somebody in the coolest possible but anyway go ahead that's peak to me that's peak legacy music hour when they when they get caught up on these weird bits for like twenty minutes and just trying to like make each other laugh. That's to me the best stuff I really. I really really liked it. I was I had to work on Saturday and I have my headphones on and I was like working a desk and then all of a sudden they start doing that. I just start laughing my head off. It's all right. So you're I stank. Face track we all be all chose some pretty big tunes for the show coming some meat all over the place. Which would you want to go with? I all right. This is slow moon from streets of rage two this was released on the Sega. Genesis and it was composed by US Okiro.

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"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"The game in like a month she gets. Go put some random little small tiny game up and just get a feel for it again and it just typically just kind of worked itself back into your life but then one other thing worth mentioning regards to that. Does that one thing that genuinely helped me now and you kind of touched on it in your reply to the show is the sense of community that you can have with gaming so it doesn't always have to be that thing you do in your house and then when you turn system all that's it time to go do whatever else is. I'm doing for the day. Gaming can be a social thing just like people used to talk about teeth used to talk about. Tv shows the waving. Should you see the part where the guy did thing? And what not playing like. I don't play a lot right now. Not playing it almost gets more interested because I want to hear about all these other things going on because there's not enough time in the day to play everything that's for sure there's too many good things out there to play. I'm I'm prime example. I played a ton overtime I play. I play less used to what even at my peak of playing games. I could not engage. Everything wanted to play hints the backlog of death that I got my house. Now I mean you just can't but there's something to be said like in Rob's experiences many thousands show like he just Kinda pointed out. I'll be hanging out over here whether for the show or not on the show. P- right now well walk walk desiccated. And he's like what the heck is. Oh that game where? You're this little great man who's trying to tackle the apple people and save the orange. Princess is a great time and you go down the line with him and he's never played the game but he's in. I'm enthusiastic about explaining it. He's enthusiastic about listening to like no. He's not playing. He's still getting a sort of passive experienced through me and if it sounds like something that he really really likes the sound of it has happened like twice in our lives. He will say you know what I'm going to go grab that game. I want to see what this is all about for me be okay one time in our lives but the point is there you can totally just like just as well past that experience to others. Passively or vice versa lipids mutual. You'll just discuss nuances of the Game Day. I think I think it's just. It's it's also cautionary not to wrap up your wrap. Wrap up your identities so much into one single hobby yes. Do you have any experience with this? Can certainly I mean there are definitely times where felt yeah disinterested in and whatever it might be. I tend to cycle around like I'll get really into whatever it might be like. Let's say drumming for instance. I have barely trying to trying to do so much of the other stuff which we'll talk about some point in the show turbo city guide and stuff like. I've I've just really not wanted to play hadn't had time but also just not wanted to play drums so much but now like I'm circling back around to it just because I haven't done it in a while and I'm trying to get back into a regular routine and put it in about fifteen minutes a day or whatever and it feels really good and part of that's due to my personality again. I kind of bounced from thing to thing But there are definitely times where I get worried where I'm like. Oh maybe I don't like this thing anymore but almost always circle around to it and just to reiterate what you were saying it is very important and not to wrap up your identity in not just your hobbies but what you do like. You're you're it could be your job. It could be that you're really good at it. Could be so many things but the but when you start to be like with. This is what I am what I do that gets to be dangerous because there are there are certain points where you know you may want to give that up or you may have to give that up and it's important to stay. Flexible is one thing but also again just kind of having security in your identity. That has nothing to do with the things you fill your time with. I guess that's right whether I'm pernille master game player or personnel expert hotdog eating. I'm still Pernilla Makore. Yeah I feel like Especially IN AMERICA. We tend to idolize like masters in their fields or like geniuses in specific things. But I feel like what's really useful and what's really great about. People is now being interested in many different things and having a general knowledge you know being good at five things as opposed to like being expert at one thing I think. That's that's really important in all aspects of your life right so I thought maybe we could switch gears right here before we danced was an remember advanced based show. Yeah this is this is. This is a cash advance on the words of wisdom from all right. So let's switch gears here because you have been working on something pretty special and I think we should tell everyone about. I talked about it a lot last week the week before but I think we need to put in your here. Yep I clear the man is you don't want anymore. Bears your clear for landing no more bears. Let's do that here. Bears Huh. Black ones browns. Get out okay. Sorry about bears Yemen and it's it's I've been working on it. You've been working on it. I mean I've been staring at it. Yeah Yeah Cornell's been saying giving us the thumbs up from the corner which is always good But Yeah Man I've been working on this Animated thing for I think we can. I count it up as about eighteen nineteen months. Something like that. It's like started kind of germinating in May of two thousand eighteen but it's an animated show. That's all done in Pixel Art It's called Turbo City. Guidon or guy then. I don't know kind of like either pronunciation. They both kind of cool in their own way but It's the animated Adventures of of of the band. I'm in the mad gear so us and pixellated form in us. Just you know going through our our normal turbo city Activities. Yes interpret city. Guide in you can out their kickstarter. Oh tell us about the kickstarter. Yeah we're we're trying to fund a full season of Turbo City Guide and we've got a pilot episode out which you can find on her youtube page. Youtube dot com slash. Your and and it just kind of shows like an example of kind of what? We're going for Future episodes will probably be a little bit longer and more action. Heavy since you know. It's a pilot episode. You got to kind of get the ball rolling a little bit But yeah you can head on down the end. Actually Rob's part of the process and that's like included in our budget is him making additional games that go along with different episodes in the series so to support that you can just look up on kickstarter and help us out like it literally. Anything helps because Kick Stars Algorithms to an extent are based on your number of backers rather than You know the dollar amount. You've actually raised so even if you can just get on there and throw buck at it. That's going to be helpful. So yeah it's like a fun. It's like an adventure but like like I don't know it's it's it's not it's not it's I don't WanNa say it's a reverend. It's just I feel like you created this this universe where all of these like weird video game things are possible. And it's it's it's really exciting to me. It's a slice of life. Beat among there. You go it's kind of like it's sort of like a beat them up where you do have some fighting but it's also like well. What did they do the rest of the time when they're not you know prowling the streets and punching people in the face? I mean not so I mean we know there's the cans but how does it get McKenzie's cooking those Turkeys right right? Exactly you know all that kind of stuff and then I mean I will say a big part of it has not been hitting people over the head with video games video games. It's already pixel art. And very much you know like the the music is like Kinda chip -Tuni- and But I didn't want everything to be like. Oh.

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"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Own Name saw that every and loves. Where's my snare set snare right? I like it It's a community where people complain about. Their snares always downing horrible right right so welcome to rhythm and pixels a video. Game Music podcast. Podcast all about games. Music Video Games and Video Game Music and I'm Rob Nichols and I am eating celery. That's personnel. He's going to eat celery away from the microphone. I depending so. I'm a rebel. Dadi rebel. We only we liked. Crunchy tunes not crunchy anything else. Yes I learned by listening to you guys describe your music with food were described food. Okay right we're going to have to do that. This whole episode. So this whole this whole episode is tasty jams they give you the stink face Is that the full name now. It's a stink face with us. We have bruce irons of the mad gear. What's going on? Hey good to be here in hard. Good good to be here. So the first question for Bruce Irons what is your favorite type of pipe to us when someone when you need to give someone the four one one lead son. I mean I look like I'm doing good here because I'm I'm bashing somebody that had it common but also we need to get rid of those lead pipes. We need to get him out of the system right. We need to replace them with something. That's not going to hurt people right. I'm I'm I'm a do-gooder that way So it's like A. It's like a lead pipe recycling program. You know you give back to the police. The police will then recycle the lead pipes. But it's also good for the environment. Police no not bringing the police in. This is a street battle between St. God's okay that's right. Yeah if if the police get it they get it. You know what I'm saying right there you know. How of games work yeah. They're just another gangs in which case they're just they'll have what it takes to go above the law and she rockets at your for clear screen at. That's right that's right so I'm voting axel for actual Alex. Yes Axel Right. Probably Your Alex Alex. Oh okay it's going to be cody. Cody for present vital. Fight Two thousand twenty the SEC is pre. He could become president. He's stop. It may think he's not that the Mayor Thank. He dressed up really nicely for street fighter. Five NA NA Codey Codey Codey Codey Codey Codey all over the place step by step code now. We want the real. That guy could fit every time every time it comes back to Tgi. Yeah absolutely has to buy God. I can't wait for the change in episode is going to happen. I mean we should probably start with that. So what's your favorite? What's your favorite on the lineup? Of did the one thousand nine hundred. Tgif block me. Yeah I'M GONNA go ahead and say can I just say the experience of water on Fridays? I will say it's it's probably step-by-step just because I really liked the theme song it was pretty good. Feel like in the opening montage. There was like the dumb guy they show the dumb guy and he had his head she had. Does this sound right. So that's the one that's sticking out to me. Sister sister also solid programming. Okay those are the those are the two that stick out to me by step just blew my mind because you had these two parents who neither their careers as he pulled in tons of money and they raised six kids and a maid and they all went to the Amusement Park and could afford the cost and they all lived in one house one hounds and no one died. No I don't think he ever sell their bedrooms so as probably all of them like sleeping in one room and he told me at one point they just had like two or three of the girls in one bedroom in two to three of the boys in another room and eventually there was like episode at least one or two absolutely fighting for who gets the one bedroom. You know how they do and we're going to get to the bottom yet is also one thing. I want to bring up before we go to the show. Yes so we actually had a comment on a facebook message. Our facebook page facebook youtube page and it more sense to respond to verbally then by texts because I suck text but I'm great at speaking sometimes. Not all the time. This time I will be anyway. Your losing toss dot dot true. So this person he goes by Jingo. Seventy eight and it was during an episode is not relevant. The comments was relevant. He says you said someone got back into games at around this point the ship as they left games and then got back into. I'm actually having a similar problem where I don't play games anymore. It's weird because I never thought I would ever stop being a Gamer. Still Buy Games and I think I think I would like if I wasn't having this problem. I think eventually I will get back into game. Do you want to say that your podcast? How you're about gains gradually helping me get closer to getting back into them. It's as if the idea I like the idea of playing games but can't get myself to actually play one. Does this sound weird that this happened to other people and readers last follow? He made that second response to he said so at some point. I'll probably start playing games again in response to something. Robert said to him. He says I'm over forty and I play my first game on the tar heels seven rate really never thought I would never stop playing game. I mean I realize people's taste change over time but to just stop it's more than a little concerning to me and I wanted to bring up on the show because it algae it's very similar to the predicament that I've dealt with in the past in a little in the present even to and I think it's something that's worth mix. I feel like a lot of people. Listen to this might have a similar product. They never say and which I feel like a lot of people in the world video games most people even video games are just that thing. You do every once in a while. Pass the time equivalent to just watching something on. Tv after dinner usually after Tgif is right you gotta come down from all that all that you know what to Steve. Almost get shot by that. Bandido no dice. Carlson on family matters eight thirty PM. But there's a specific set of people where gaming is less about being a hobby due to how much you're engaged in it it becomes a part of your identity so as to say this is who I am. I'm Pernell I play video games. This what I do so to have that moment in your life where suddenly you wake up plaything right now. Where I'm not quite feeling this game atmosphere that we're president. It can come across his darning. Because it's almost like you're losing a part of who you identify as and who you are but with that said it's worth remembering that despite the fact that you do take on this identification as a Gamer or game playing individual. It is still just a part of your identity no matter how major it was in if you're finding yourself in the predicament where you don't feel as though you have the wherewithal to press on and just play games out of enjoyment. Burma cy and uses opportunity to browse other would-be hobbies. Or if you don't have any look into some random stuff there's tons of things you can do out. There are so far removed from games. That almost be perfect for you. Even if it's something I want to start going for more jobs or walks and taken in nature games of course keep us in the house a lot but the script gall side get some air you know taking it. All in in over time whereas of happenings. What happened with me is that you don't really lose interest in in video games and Whatnot. You just get burned out because that is so much of what you do. And maybe something occurred in life or within the industry or within the Hobby. As you've been playing that just kind of hit that burn up and we just got lost interest but over time of absence it at one game might pop up or you might just feel that absence made the heart grow fonder and they make an play.

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"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"And now, Sarah, it is time for this week's Hollywood hack, and this comes from you its commission a piece of art. You did this. I did a couple years ago when I sort of started getting serious about my health more than a couple now. My doctor said to me how motivated are you, and that just sort of crystallized a lot of things for man. I felt like okay, I need that. How motivated are you somewhere where I can always see it? And we happen to know an artist's named Amy Smith who does these really cool kind of collage pieces of art with words on them. She does a lot of other amazing stuff too. But I thought okay, I should call Amy and say can you make something for me with how? Motivated, are you on it? And I knew I wanted it to be like a big piece of art on my bathroom wall that I would see in the mirror. So I asked her how motivated are you backwards? I love on the art. So it's looks right in the mirror since that's how I see it most of the time. And I love it. I see it. Obviously everyday many times a day, and it really keeps me focused and inspired. And it's also I just think it's a really cool piece of art. And now artists just so assessable like you actually have something commissioned and not spend forty thousand dollars. You can go to Oetzi and do this. Yeah. And Amy did such an amazing job. We'll have the picture on our website. So people can actually see yours. How motivated are you an everybody we will link to Amy Smith's website. So you can see her work and Sarah. I've noticed on Oetzi that you can also have a needlepoint pillow commissioned with something on. So maybe that's what I should do. There you go explode on a needlepoint pillow. Okay. Sarah. It is time for this week celebrity sighting. And I have to say this isn't someone that either of us actually saw. But it was such a big a list citing that we had to bring it up. And I was actually there just didn't see the person, but I was in the vicinity so a few weeks ago, we did a recording session or I should say are composer. Greg trippy did a recording session at Jim Henson studios to do music for the finale of season, one of the fix which was amazing. And it's the same studio where we are the world was regretted any exact room where they did. We are the world is where we were recording. Cool. Anyway, there, of course other studios there it's not just one that's like a whole building with various recording studios. And Brad cats are editor went to the bathroom. And when he was washing his hands. He looked over. And there was John Mayer John Mayer was in the building recording the exact same time that we were recording and John Mayer. I think said Hello, you know, as one does we have a lot of experience at men's bathroom. And then I must say I was sort of skulking around the hallways hoping that John air would like emerge from his studio, and I would see him, but he did not emerge at least not when I was walking around. But you know, it was still very exciting. You were like two ships passing in the recording studio. Now, we were it was very exciting. So I mean, you know, John Mayer like that's his Hollywood is again. And that's it for this episode of happier in Hollywood Email us or send us a voice memo to happier in Hollywood g mail dot com. Thanks for listening. Please for the love of God. Subscribe..

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"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"It's because you weren't her first choice. So it's kind of like he's looking at. Why does that woman give you that? And yeah, that's really. I got into it. And I did it in college performed. And really, this is the thing you really have to commit when you write these jokes, and you memorize them you have to commit to them because you can tell when someone doesn't commit to saying them and the worst thing that can happen as the you don't laugh, and you know, like you had a good time. They didn't have a good time. So there you go like. Amazing to me that you say you had a good time. Because to me that sounds like the worst possibly imagine is like bombing like eighty looking at you and not laughing. Oh, it sounds horrible. But you just go out there. You're not. Are you nervous? Like did. You do your hands shake is your voice shake? Yeah. I get super nervous. But what helps is all be waiting in the green room with other comedians, and you can tell all the other comedians are nervous too. And you just chat with them. You know, and that helps calm everything down. You know, talk about what they do and their experience. And then you in the not just kind of calms you down because he realized that everyone's nervous in the audiences nervous too. Because unlike improv you're up there by yourself. So the audience wants you to be funny. They want you to succeed. Yeah. They don't want cringe no-one V audience cringing. I've definitely had that experience being an audience, and I feel bad. I don't want. You know, so fingers crossed knock on wood. I've never had like. A total like no one laughs situation. So. Hope we won't ever have. I just want to say, I really admire you putting yourself out there. I think that's just one of the hardest things I could imagine doing. I mean, I'd rather like jump out of a plane. You know, like skydive, I just think memorizing is actually the hardest part for me. Oh interesting because you have to memorize the jokes. But not in a way that sounds rehearsed. Right. That's tough interesting. So many skills being developed. You know, we have another question about it. Which is because we're talking about irons in the fire and how it's good to have a lot of irons in the fire. Sometimes with you. We wondered you have so many irons in the fire that there could there be a lack of focus or do you feel like all of your irons are leading to one thing. Yeah. I do think are all leading to one thing. And I have to mention the feature version of my thesis film. I'm writing with someone else. So that kinda helps because he also wants to produce it independently. So so there is like, okay, we. We want to find financing we want. So like, I'm like, I'll let you do that part. But we're also writing it together. So that helps but yeah, I think honestly my ultimate goal because I've been thinking about this is to eventually have my own sitcom, and I know that's a long road. And I know it's a difficult road. But I think through stand up, you know, maybe another writer producer agent loves the jokes and helps me get into a comedy room. And I've also heard that comedy rooms are notoriously difficult. You know, like people talking over each other a lot of other stand up comedians in the room so doing it makes me feel more confident and help with my social anxiety because I do have social anxiety, even though I don't seem like it. Interesting. Yeah. Well, I I've been that makes perfect sense. I mean because I think it is really hard to be in a comedy room much harder to be an then a drama room because there's a performance element. Like whoever's joke lands the best in the room will be the joke that ends up in the script at least for now the change like when they're filming. So that performance element could really help you. Yeah..

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"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"And now for our segment from the outer office in which we check in with our assistant, Mary so Mary thank you for joining us today. Yeah. Thanks for having me. Now, we were just talking about having lots of irons in the fire, and whether that's a good thing or a bad thing. And you have a lot of irons in the fire, go through them. And then we want to talk about one in particular. Yeah. I I was thinking about this. Obviously before we, you know started recording today. So yeah, I'm rewriting a pilot writing the feature version of my thesis film. I'm writing a book, I just signed a contract this week with the publisher who tell everyone the title because I'm right now, it's just manifest it bitch title. Yeah. It's a humorous spiritual book. And then lastly, I've been performing stand up at the comedy store for this show called comedy madness that they do every so often and you've been told her maybe some streaming. Opportunities with the show. Yes, I've been told through the producer that they might be recording. And using it for streaming purposes on you know, one of the streaming platforms. Yes. So I mean, we've had really great guests because like last time he had Todd berry who has Netflix special think it's called spicy Honey or something like that. And then we had Bill Burr on one time a Harland Williams. We've had like really big comedians at the show. So it's kind of nerve wrack. We'll I I wanna ask you about the stand up, and then I wanna get back to the irons in the fire. Okay. Okay. To me doing stand up has to be the scariest thing on the planet. Like, we had an ongoing discussion of if someone gave you one hundred thousand dollars would you do ten minutes at the comedy store. And I was like no way. I would you said you would and obviously Mary's doing it for much less than one hundred thousand. I want to hear about your you did stand up in college. Yeah. You've done it before. But I wanna hear just about the process, and how is it? Terrifying. What's it like because I think it's a fascinating thing, especially for someone who's just starting out. Yeah. Well, first off I really got into it because I would just look at things differently. I think a lot of people look at things like what is you know, they'll look at the world like what is but stand up comedians. Their mindset is more like why you know, it's like really digging deep into small things like going to the grocery store and seeing some wacky person. And like why is that person wacky? Why is that person like that? It's like someone told me it's like that Chris rock joke where he's like, you know, that look that woman gives you and she looks like she wants to kill you..

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"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"If you have a lot of things that you're sort of vaguely interested in and then like, you notice there's one that you keep going back to one that kind of sparks the most to steal from Marie condo, joy, the most kind of creative inspiration. Then you start to go. Okay. This is the one that has something special. Yeah. And the other thing is and it kind of goes with our advice to people have take the meeting always take the meeting because like say, we meet with a producer on a project like it could take a year for something to to manifest there. So it's like keep things going because you don't know which one is going to actually come through in Hollywood. It is very a very bad idea. To have all your eggs in one basket. Just on a practical level, forget the creative. Forget all other things just on a practical level, you never know what's going to actually happen. So you need to have multiple irons in the fire. Now, Liz, do you think there's a danger in having lots of irons in the fire leading to a lack of focus. I do think that's a danger. And I do think that's something you and I do struggle with. I think having a partner helps because we can force each other. Like, here's the pro you and I do really well with deadlines yet. So whatever iron has the most pressing deadline, and we need like hopefully, something does have an actual deadline that helps us, but if nothing has done line you, and I can get very like pulled in many directions, and like have a hard time focusing in on actually accomplishing something. Yeah. And I would imagine that if you are like a only person writer like a single ride. Ter-? A non team on team writer that would in some ways even harder because I think we we also help each other focus like win that thing rises win that cream thing right to the top. We do help each other focus on that. It's just something to be aware of like Yar use whereas your attention getting to defuse. Yeah. But I would say think about how you don't wanna have fifteen iron Smith. That's too many. You know, I'd say under five probably three to five. Yeah. Three to five. Good ones three to five good ones. And then drop things that you decided aren't going to go anywhere. That's the other thing is we drop ideas or drop projects. God. Yes. Now, we'll say Sundays. We drop them for a couple of years. And then they come back. Yes. Happened to our we drop them because oh that exact idea is now a TV show that happened all Ozark. For instance, we had an idea that was exactly like Ozark then there was on. Netflix. Anyway, irons in the fire. Good on so many levels. And again, this isn't just a TV writer thing. I think for anybody it's helpful to have a lot of irons in the fire coming up. We will check in with our assistant, Mary who speaking of irons in the fire, Mary always has a lot of irons in the fire, and she's going gonna tell us about one of them, especially, but I and ADB rake Robin Hood is an investing app that lets you buy and sell stocks ETF's options in cryptos all commission free..

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"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"It's very easy for us to. Don't be upset about getting rewritten. On your first script. I'm sure we were we certainly earlier in our career were mass alley. Yeah. Our first one, oh, we were massively rewritten. And we were upset about it. Oh, oh where we upset. You know, it was going to say I can guarantee. Yes. We were upset and we were rewritten. Yeah. But just know, you know, from our position now nineteen years later, that's just so normal. Yes. It happens to everyone. It doesn't mean. Anything about your future? Yeah. It's totally fine. And sarah. I would love to hear from listeners who aren't writers to hear their similar things that happened in their careers. And how do they handle it it it? It is tough to like have your work overhauled by someone else. But you know, persevere. That's right someday. You'll be doing the rewriting. Yeah. Okay. Sarah. It is time for from the treadmill? Desks of in which we discuss what's most pressing in our work. Psyches in this week. It's having a lot of iron in the fire, and this came up because you, and I were discussing how we like having a lot of irons in the fire. We feel as TV writers we need to have a lot of irons in the fire because we never know what is going to culminate in something successful bright. Exactly. And you were saying that Gretchen has a metaphor that she uses. Yes, Sheely says it's like having a crush onto boys. Like, she had a friend who when she was in college told her always have a crush on onto guys because then you don't get too upset about either one or two invested in either one panning out. You can always if something's not going well with one you can always turn to the other. And I think it's very similar to that. Because it's like, well, if this TV show idea isn't going anywhere or gets rejected or whatever we can turn to this other one that we have right? And it's just you never know what's going to happen. We could get a call from the network or here that a certain network really want. It's a particular kind of medical show. And we'll be like, yes, we have that the or legal show. Yes. We have the oh you need a president show. Yes. We have for that. So just being prepared for that. And I also think it helps us keep our creative juices flowing us like when we have a time right now when we're not solely focused on the fix like just keeping our brains going and thinking and creative directions. It's always good. And even when we're doing the fix. I would notice sometimes we have creative ideas about other show ideas because it kind of relieved the pressure. It was like a little mental break from vix to be like, hey, what if we did a show about this? And then of course, I mean, having the podcast is another iron in the fire was very different kind of iron. But again, it allows us when we're feeling really anxious for instance, about March eighteen the premiere of the fix and how's it going to do? And what's going to happen? Joe PM at ten M ABC, Monday ten pm March eighteen. We can say to each other. We'll like let's talk about the podcast. You know what I mean? We can it helps us it does. It's a pressure reliever. And I also think like the cream rises to the top..

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"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"You will see this logo starting today? So thank you to everyone at cadence thirteen because they came up with this new logo. And we are crazy about it. And we can't wait for everybody to see it. And we can't wait to start putting it on mugs and things exactly. I liked to have my logo on thing that tote bags. That's my thing. Yes. Okay. Sarah, let's dive into our mailroom segment. And where we answer questions about the business. And this was one that really resonated with us, and we'll resonate with any TV writer out there. I'm sure okay. It comes from. We'll keep the person in non ass- she or he says, I'm an early career TV writer who is recently given my first script to right after being a writer's assistant for many years yesterday. I found out the network asks for the script I submitted to be rewritten by another writer. I have heard this happens a lot. But is it was my first script. It's extremely painful has this ever happened to you. And did you find it made it harder to get hired against straight afterwards? Okay. Yes. That's happened to us. It's happened to every single TV writer who's ever done anything in the history of this. Yes, I'm sure even joss Weeden was probably rewritten. Like at the beginning when he was on Roseanne. Absolutely. When sean. Ryan was on Nash ridges that he was rewritten. No doubt. It really is so common. And I mean, it is unusual that the network asked know, I mean, maybe it's their impression that the network ass. Usually, it's a show runner thing that show runner decides who does the rewriting now, it may be that the show runner really likes this person and felt bad and didn't want to say that he or she wanted it to be rewritten. And so they said the network was asking for it. I honestly, that's my guess that seems like because I've never heard of a network sort of calling and saying, hey, how John Smith rewrite that scriptwriting, but it could have happened either way. It's part of the process when you're just starting out usually your scripts do need a lot of rewriting. I mean, I had no idea how to write it. I used saved us because if it had just been me, I don't know what would have happened. You. You were way better at it faster that I was, but it's just like that's part of being a staff writer, and you're not even a staff writer. This was your first freelance is that you get rewritten. I mean, that's just the process, and you might like if we were on staff. Jenna bans who we love who created the family and now has good girls on NBC? And who's amazing? She rewrote everybody, including us all the time because she had a vision for the show, and she didn't know until she saw script sort of where she wanted to take that episode. Yeah. And as show runners we rewrote everybody on our staff. No matter what their level sometimes it was a bigger rewrite. Some yes, it was a very very minor. And it honestly means nothing. It has it it it doesn't mean anything about how like we've you anyone on our staff because we had an amazing staff. Honestly, most of the time it's just about. Time like we would much prefer just can continue giving notes and let people kind of get there on their own. That's a much better way to do it. But it's the production train keeps on rolling. So. Yeah. When we do that it's largely about just time constraints. And here's what I'll say the one way can hurt your career as if you have a bad attitude about it, you stomp around if you passed out if you go to people and complain if you seem hurt if you're passive aggressive that is a way to like totally kill your career. If you have a good attitude, you're happy you had the opportunity you continue to be invested and interested in the episode and read all the drafts that come out and make yourself available. If you're wanted onset, which you very well may not be. But if you are ask if you can go to set, then it won't hurt you. So it's just don't take a personal which is so hard, right?.

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"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"irons" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"Los Angeles. This episode will answer a listener question from it's Hella vision writer, who's just starting out. Yes, she got rewritten by another writer, and she wants to know how upset she should be about it. And the answer is not at all will explain why. And then we'll share why we think it's essential to always have a lot of irons in the fire. We'll also head to the outer office and check in with our assistant Mary has been doing something. Interesting in her spare time, then this week's Hollywood hack was in. Spire by a piece of art and Sarah's house and finally will reveal a restroom celebrity sighting. Courtesy of our editor Brad cats, but first, Sarah, we have an update will first of all I should say you're sick. Yes. So your voice is a little off. Yeah. Little skier, the usual sexy. Let's get sexy sexy. Okay. And we wanted to tell everyone that we have finally set the date for our next happier in Hollywood meet up. We've been hoping of in January, but a few things came up. So it is going to be Sunday March third five o'clock five to seven PM at idle hour in north Hollywood, which is the same place. We had it last time we figured it was a great place. Let's keep it easy for everyone. Do it in the same spots. And while we're there we're going to bring a jar and have everyone write down at a piece of paper their word of the year and put it in the jar. And I don't know do some sort of ritual which we haven't figured out yet. But we love the idea of sort of taking a moment to write down. Our words put them in the jar in this community of words inside the jar and just spread some good Mo-jo. I love that. That was your idea. And I'm just like I can't wait can't wait to put explode in the jar LA's. Yes zoo. And then we have one more huge announcement and very excited about this. We have drum roll, please. A new logo. It's really cool. It it's it looks sort of like a spotlight like an abstract spotlight. And then the name of the podcast is in the spotlight. We love it so much and we're going to debut. It's on our Facebook group and also on our website, happier in Hollywood dot com. And on apple podcasts and everywhere else podcast Spotify, podcasts and everywhere you find our podcast..

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