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11:18 min | 9 months ago

"jeremy brett granada" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Face apothecary. Direct dealings with their. Now the APOTHECARY has wanted to be aware wolf for a long time. So maybe we should just kill her all right. Open your eyes. The Sun has risen now. We've established that the clearly superior version of this game is the one with the wear wool fluff instead of the mafia fluff. But we've got to admit it was mafia before it was where we'll definitely mafia before it was invented by a guy named Dmitri David off in I've seen nineteen eighty six in nineteen eighty seven cited. I think I guess it was just around that period of eighty six eighty seven in Russia. Right yeah yeah. He was a teacher in Russia. And I think this adds to that. Maybe the appeal at the Mafia motif. I don't know yeah. And he invented as a psychological exercise for his students yes so he was a psychology student at the time and he was teaching high school and he explains that he wanted to teach psychology concepts but thought that this type of game might be better at teaching some of these psychology concepts or at least more appealing to students than. I don't know say a lecture might be. I can certainly imagine why classes would have more fun playing mafia than they would listening to you. Talk about the latest findings on the science of deception. Exactly now wired interviewed David off in two thousand and ten and it's it's a fun article to look at the same one we mentioned. I'll try to include a link to it on the landing page for this episode. He insisted on being interviewed by wired within the ENUMA world of warcraft. For starters did that's even better than saying I only do an interview in second life. And he was he was extremely dodgy with some of his answers so the resulting interview stints most of its time placing him within the context of his Russian upbringing before moving to the United States. So he was born in comments. Uralski near the Kazahkstan border and this was not too far from the nineteen fifty seven kissed in nuclear disaster. That your noble explosion which we've discussed on the show before occurred in Nineteen eighty-six while he was designing Mafia. He was teaching high school at the time. As we discussed any type of game with students in the crazy thing is it kind of spreads out from there. Yeah and one thing I love about this article as it establishes that he's about as weird as you would suspect from somebody who invented this weird social deception virus that infects people's parties all around the world. Now Yeah Like I I know I already mentioned video. Drome wants today but it makes me think a person who says I will only be interviewed within world of Warcraft is like Brian Oblivion in the draft. Who will only be interviewed on television on television? Oh man there's so much potential creative Horror Franchise about sort of a social deception game like this that just spreads and spreads so easily based on just how addictive it is and the the various Benefits of play. We've discussed already. Yeah but But the crazy thing to hear is that this is largely a pre internet age which it's spreading so it it really doesn't start picking up online until after one thousand nine hundred ninety seven that's when it hits the the US according to counts that that we're reading and this is where Andrew Plotkin Aka Czar F-. Oh zarre bizarre he. He's the one who picked it up in the US and updated it with the where will fluff and then began. Distributing it Spreading the word that online so he told wired magazine the following in two thousand ten. I fascinated with the game design. I had never seen a game with such a pure strategic underpinning no mechanics to be strategic about it was what poker would be if you didn't play with a deck of cards but bet solely on other people's bets it shouldn't have worked but it did. I think he's exactly right about that. But like it's it's Kinda hard to understand. What's so appealing about the game until you play it and I wonder out there if you're somebody who's never played this game before and you're listening and you don't get it. You're like what is fun about this. It just sounds boring. You've gotta try it. I suspect your mind will be changed or maybe this is an occasion for more hate mail and I should point out too. That the game is is so simple that not only. Is it a popular physical parlor game where people physically gathering space and play with each other it also is played a lot online online communities? Because you don't have to have a spa as long as you have a basic social interaction platform like just a basic chat room. You can play. Where Wolf Yeah? You really don't need much much more as long as you have some method of of randomized the roles which is a pretty simple programming feet. It's all you need as long as you've got some kind of side Messaging Private Messaging Service. You can do it now. Another thing I love about where Wolf is how closely it resembles a a couple of key movies that One one of which I know that you love is well. I know where you're going but hit the first one I okay. So there's a nineteen seventy four film titled the Beast Must Die Good title stars. Peter cushing a thirty four year old. Michael Gambon Charles Gray. Oh seven yes see where he played Bluefield he was Blofeld in. Diamonds are forever right. Yeah he played the criminologist rocky horror any also played. Microsoft homes on the Jeremy Brett Granada Sherlock series. I'm sure he was great at that. Yeah Yeah Yeah it is great and it was terrific and everything. He is dry as a bone. Yes and this is very dry. British film is is one might expect. And it's a it's a where we'll done it. Based in large part on the Agatha Christie Book and movies and then there were none so the film climaxes with a scene in which everyone gathers in a parlour and they're tested with a silver candlestick. They pass it around to see. Who's aware Wolf And this is the only movie that I know of to feature a Werewolf break. This is a brief intermission for the audience to discuss their theories on who the Werewolf isn't in vote on the where wealth before you get the big reveal in the move now the really great version of this would be that the audience vote determines which real they load into. The projector becomes the Werewolf in the final scene. Yeah I that was not the case though to discuss what you thought about about the the the movie up to that point but I feel like we need more aware wolf breaks in our films even in Non Werewolf Films Right. Say for instance. You're watching Glengarry Glen. Ross the movie. Yeah Okay but there. I think it's constructive to have a point where the audience talks about who might be aware. Wolf. There's a there's a burglary scene like you had a pause to discuss film and everyone pauses and goes into a extremely profanity laced discussion about who broke into the office and stole those leads right now? Another great seeing that comes to mind that is very reminiscent of where Wolf is. Of course the scene in John Carpenter's nineteen eighty two film. The thing I love it. It's the best scenes where you you're doing the test. Yes determine who's got thing blood and who's got human blood that's right if you've never seen the thing. It's one of the best horror movies ever made. And it's it's what's so great about it apart from just the music and the cast and all that is that it's got these scenes where they're trying to figure out who's the thing that's right and In in the original John Carpenter adaptation of the original film version of it. Obviously the Howard Hawks Yeah in Carpenter's version they test. Everyone's blood sample one by one sticking a heated Piece of copper wire in there to see if the blood axe to defend itself because the blood would act independent of the individual. Because it's a crazy shape shifting organism right. Each part is its own organism in the thing right and so that's the test in that version However in the two thousand eleven remake which or. It's kind of a remake. It's kind of a prequel. I thought it was still fun. A lot of a lot of people kind of ragged on it but they do an alternate version of the test In by checking to see who's who lacks amalgam dental feeling fillings. Because the theory is that the thing can't form inorganic matter or can't replicate getting matter. What so if you practise. Good dental hygiene. They're just going to burn you alive. Yeah it's not as satisfying thought. But it's still a music. That's kind of my. That's my general review of the film. Okay so if you're still with us and you haven't just pause the podcast to go play. Where Wolf with your friends. You probably wondering. What is that Steph? We referenced earlier about where. We'll showing up in academic literature. Well where Wolf is an interesting game from several standpoints and one of those standpoints. In in academic research would be game theory right. That's right yeah I mean. In general you see it popping up in a lot of different academic papers a lot of different psychological studies even studies will discuss and a lot of it. Just comes down to the fact that this is a simple game it depends heavily on deception and also social interaction an observational skills. Good things to model and computers if you are very sinister and is David off himself points out. It's not a game. He can master. So yeah you can do a certain amount of math in your head. Sort of card counting. I guess but it's only GonNa get you so far and it's ultimately difficult to predict who is going to win where wolves are humans. Which is this. This is another wonderful thing about it. It and another reason why gaming can go onto one or two in the morning because you don't reach that point where everyone's figured it out and you've you've essentially beat the game or you've evolved beyond this game and you need more complex games. The crazy thing. Of course about all this is. The game started out as a sort of psychological exercise and he comes for becomes full circle and becoming a tool in various psychological experiments or or tool use to generate data sets psychological experiments. And remember how he said that you don't need a board you don't need dice you don't need it any other Materials you just need that card glance at once and then stick in your pocket or you know push up under your your but while you play. That isn't that's another key advantage here. The cards are just initial reference points. So there's really no reason to break from communication and immersion with other players. This is especially important for studies that factor in gays pattern. So it's in a way it's again. It's like poker without the cards. It's just a pure social experiment right. Yeah.

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"jeremy brett granada" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

07:23 min | 9 months ago

"jeremy brett granada" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Face. APOTHECARY. Direct dealings with their of the. APOTHECARY has wanted to be aware wolf for a long time. So. Maybe we should just kill her. All right open your eyes. The Sun has risen now. We've established that the clearly superior version of this game is the one with the where wool fluff instead of the Mafia fluff, but we've got to admit it was mafia before it was where we'll definitely mafia before it was. Invented by a guy named Dmitri David off in I've seen nineteen eighty six in nineteen, eighty seven cited I think I guess it was just around that period of eighty, six, eighty, seven in Russia right. Yeah, yeah, he was a teacher. In Russia, and I think this adds to that, maybe the appeal at the Mafia. motif I don't know yeah, and he invented as a psychological exercise for his students. Yes, so he was a psychology student at the time, and he was teaching high school, and he explains that he wanted to teach psychology concepts, but thought that this type of game might be better at teaching some of these psychology concepts, or at least more appealing to students than I. Don't know, say A. Lecture might be, I. Can certainly imagine why classes would have more fun playing mafia than they would. Listening to you talk about the latest findings on the science of deception exactly now wired interviewed David off in two thousand and ten and it's. It's a fun article to look at the same one we mentioned. I'll try to include a link to it on the landing page. For this episode. He insisted on being interviewed by wired within the ENUMA world of warcraft. Did. That's even better than saying. I only do an interview in second life. And he was, he was extremely dodgy with some of his answers, so the resulting interview stints most of its time placing him within the context of his Russian upbringing before moving to the United States, so he was born in comments, Uralski near the Kazahkstan border, and this was not too far from the nineteen fifty seven. Kissed in nuclear disaster. That your noble explosion, which we've discussed on the show before occurred in Nineteen eighty-six, while he was designing mafia, he was teaching high school at the time as we discussed any top of game with students in the crazy thing. Is it kind of spreads out from there? Yeah, and one thing I love about this article as it establishes that he's. About as weird as you would suspect from somebody who invented this weird social deception virus that infects people's parties all around the world now. Yeah, like. I I know I already mentioned video. drome wants today, but it makes me think a person who says I will only be interviewed within world of Warcraft is like Brian Oblivion in. Who will only be interviewed on television on television? Man there's so much potential creative horror franchise about sort of a social deception game like this that just spreads and spreads so easily based on just how addictive it is in the the various benefits of play. We've discussed already. Yeah, but but the crazy thing to here is that this is largely a pre Internet age, which it spreading so it. It really doesn't start picking up online until after one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety seven. That's when it hits the the US according to counts that that we're reading, and this is where Andrew Plotkin Aka Zarif Ozark. Missouri? He, he's the one who picked it up in the US and updated it with the where will fluff and then began distributing it spreading the word that online. So, he told wired magazine, the following in two thousand and ten I fascinated with the game design I had never seen a game with such a pure strategic underpinning, no mechanics to be strategic about it was what poker would be if you didn't play with a deck of cards, but bet solely on other people's bets. It shouldn't have worked, but it did I think he's exactly right about that, but like it's it's Kinda hard to understand what's so appealing about the game until you play it? and I wonder out there if you're somebody who's never played this game before, and you're listening and you don't get it. You're like. What is fun about this? It just sounds boring. You've gotta try it. I suspect your mind will be changed. Or maybe this is an occasion for more hate. Mail and I should point out, too that the game is is so simple that not only is it a popular physical parlor game where people physically gathering space and play with each other? It also is played a lot online online communities because you don't have to have a spa as long as you have a basic social interaction platform like just a basic chat room. You can play where Wolf. Yeah. You really don't need much. Much more as long as you have some method of of randomized the roles. which is a pretty simple programming feet? It's all you need. Yeah, as long as you've got some kind of side. Messaging Private Messaging Service. You can do it now. Another thing I love about where Wolf is how closely it resembles a a couple of key movies. That one one of which I know that you love is well I. Know where you're going, but hit the first one I. Okay, so there's a nineteen seventy four film titled. The beast must die good title stars Peter Cushing. A thirty four year old Michael Gambon. Charles Gray oh seven. Yes, he where he played Bluefield. He was Blofeld in. Diamonds are forever right? Yeah, he played the criminologist rocky horror. Any also played Microsoft homes on the Jeremy Brett. Granada Sherlock series. I'm sure he was great at that. Yeah Yeah Yeah is great, and it was terrific and everything. He is dry as a bone, and this is very dry British film. Is. Is One might expect and it's a? It's a where we'll done it based in large part on the Agatha Christie Book and movies, and then there were none so the film climaxes with a scene in which everyone gathers in a parlour, and they're tested with a silver candlestick. They pass it around to see who's aware wolf and this is the only movie that I know of to feature. Feature a Werewolf break. This is a brief intermission for the audience to discuss their theories on who the Werewolf is, and in vote on the where wealth before you get the big reveal in the move now. The really great version of this would be that the audience vote determines which real they load into the projector becomes the Werewolf in the final scene. Yeah, I, that was not the case though. To discuss what you thought about about the the the movie up to that point, but I feel like we need more aware. Wolf breaks in our films. Even in non Werewolf Films Right safe for instance you're watching Glengarry Glen Ross the movie yeah. Okay But there I think it's constructive to have a point where the audience talks about who might be aware wolf. There's a there's a burglary scene like you say..

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"jeremy brett granada" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

11:18 min | 10 months ago

"jeremy brett granada" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Face apothecary. I don't have any direct dealings with their. Now the APOTHECARY has wanted to be aware wolf for a long time so maybe we should just kill her all right. Open your eyes. The Sun has risen. Now we've established that the clearly superior version of this game is the one with the Werewolf fluff instead of the mafia fluff. But we've got to admit it was mafia before it was. Where will it was definitely mafia before it was where Wolfe Invented by a guy named Dimitry Davidoff in I've seen nineteen eighty six in nineteen eighty seven cited. I think I guess it was just around that period of eighty six eighty seven in Russia. Right yeah yeah. He was a teacher in Russia. And I think this adds to maybe appeal the mafia Motif. I don't know yeah. And he invented as a psychological exercise for his students yes so he was a psychology student at the time and he was teaching high school and he explains that he wanted to teach psychology concepts but thought that this type of game might be better at teaching some of these psychology concepts or at least more appealing to students than. I don't know say a traditional lecture might be. I can certainly imagine why classes would have more fun playing mafia than they would listening to you. Talk about the latest findings on the science of deception. Exactly now wired interviewed David off in two thousand ten and it's it's a fun article to look up five mentioned. I'll try to include a link to it on the landing page for this episode. He insisted on being interviewed by wired within the IMO world of warcraft. For starters did that's even better than saying I'll only do an interview in second life. And he was he was extremely dodgy with some of his answers so the resulting interview piece since most of its time placing him within the context of his Russian upbringing before moving to the United States. So he was born in comments. Uralski near the Kazahkstan border. And this was not too far from the nineteen fifty seven kissed in nuclear disaster. The Chernobyl explosion which we've discussed on the show before occurred in one thousand nine hundred six while he was designing Mafia. He was teaching high school at the time as we discussed any type of game to his students and the crazy thing is it kind of just spreads out from there. Yeah and one thing I love about this article as it establishes that he's about as weird as you would suspect from somebody who invented this weird social deception virus that infects people's parties all around the world now Like I I know I already mentioned video. Drone wants today but it makes me think you know a person who says I will only be interviewed within world of Warcraft is like Brian Oblivion. Who will only be interviewed on television on television? Oh man there's so much. Potential to create a horror franchise about some sort of a social deception game like this spreads and spreads so easily based on just how addictive it is and the various benefits of play as we've discussed already. Yeah but But the crazy thing to hear is that this is largely a pre internet age. Yeah which it's spreading so it really doesn't start picking up online until after nine hundred ninety seven that's when it hits the the US according to accounts that Do we reading? And this is where Andrew Plotkin Aka Czar F- czar. You might know him czar he. He's the one who picked it up in the US updated it with the Werewolf fluff and then began distributing it spreading the word of it online. So he told wired magazine. The following two thousand ten. I was fascinated with the game design had never seen a game with such a pure strategic underpinning no mechanics to be strategic about it was what poker would be if you didn't play with a deck of cards but bet solely on other people's Bats. It shouldn't have worked but it did. I think he's exactly right about that. But like it's it's Kinda hard to understand. What's so appealing about the game until you play it and I wonder out there if you're somebody who's never played this game before and you're listening and you don't get it here like what is fun about this. It just sounds boring. You've gotta try it. I suspect your mind will be changed. Yeah or maybe this is an occasion for more hate mail and I should point out too that the game is is so simple that not only is it a popular physical parlor game like where people physically gathering space and play with each other it. It also is played a lot online online communities. Because you don't have to have long as you have a basic social interaction platform like just a basic chat room. You can play a werewolf. Yeah you really don't need much much more as you have. Some method of of random ising the roles. Yeah which is a pretty simple programming feet. I guess it's all you need as long as you've got some kind of side. Messaging Private Messaging Service. Yeah Yeah you can do it now. Another thing I love about where Wolf is. How closely resembles a a couple of key? Movies that One of which I know that you love is well. I know where you're going but hit the first one I okay. So there's a nineteen seventy four film titled the Beast Must Die. Good title it stars. Peter cushing a thirty four year old. Michael Gambon Charles Gray. Oh demille's seven. Yes yes he will. He played Bluefield. He was Blofeld in. Diamonds are forever. It's right yeah. He played the criminologist and rocky horror any also played. Microsoft homes on the Jeremy Brett Granada Sherlock series. I'm sure he was great at that. Yeah Yeah it was great. It was terrific and everything. He is dry as a bone. Yes and this is a very dry British film as one might expect in. It's a it's a where we'll done it. Based in large part on the Agatha Christie Book and movies and then there were nine So the film climaxes with a scene in which everyone gathers in a parlour and they're tested with I think silver candlestick. They pass it around to see who's aware wolf. And this is the only movie that I know of to feature a Werewolf break. This is a brief intermission for the audience to discuss their theories on who the Werewolf isn't in vote on the where wealth before you get the big reveal in the movie now the really great version of this would be that the audience vote determines which real they load into the projector and becomes the Werewolf in the final scene. Yeah I'd I'd that was not the case though. It was just a chance to discuss what you thought about about the the movie up to that point but I feel like we need more aware wolf breaks in our films even in Non Werewolf Films Right. Say for instance. You're watching Glengarry Glen. Ross the movie. Yeah okay there. No actual worlds in it but there. I think it's constructive to have a point where the audience talks about. Who Be Aware Wolf while there's a there's a burglary scene like he adds a pause to discuss film and everyone pauses and goes into a extremely profanity laced discussion about who broke into the office and stole those leads right now. Another great seen that comes to mind. That is very reminiscent of. Werewolf is of course the scene in John Carpenter's nineteen eighty two film. The thing I love it. It's the best the scenes where you'd you're doing the test. Yes determine who's got thing blood and who's got human blood that's right if you've never seen the thing. It's one of the best horror movies ever made. And it's it's what's so great about it apart from just the music and the cast and all that is that it's got these scenes where they're trying to figure out who's the thing that's right and In the original John Carpenter adaptation of the original film version of it. Obviously the Howard hawks. Yeah Yeah in in Carpenter's version. They test everyone's blood sample One by one sticking a heated piece of copper wire in there to see if the blood acts to defend itself because the blood would act independent of the individual. Because it's a crazy shape shifting organism right. Each part is its own organism in the thing right so that's the test in that version however in the two thousand eleven remake. Which are. It's kind of a remake. It's kind of a Prequel I thought it was still fun. A lot of a lot of people kind of ragged on it but they do an alternate version of the test in by checking to see. Who's who lacks amalgam dental feeling fillings? Because the the the theory is that the thing can't form inorganic matter can't replicate getting matter. What so if you practise. Good dental hygiene. They're just going to burn you alive. Yeah it's not as satisfying but but it's still in these. That's kind of my. That's my general review of the film. Okay so if you're still with us and you just paused the podcast to go play. Where Wolf with your friends. You probably wondering what is that stuff. We referenced earlier about where. We'll showing up in academic literature. Well we're Wolf is an interesting game from several standpoints. And one of those standpoints in academic research would be game theory right. That's right. Yeah I mean. In general you see popping up in a lot of different academic papers. A lot of different psychological studies even studies as we'll discuss and a lot of it just comes down to the fact that this is a simple game that depends heavily on deception and also social interaction and observational skills. Good things to model and computers if you are very sinister and is David himself points out. It's not a game. He can master. So yeah you can do a certain amount of math in your head. Sort of card counting. I guess. But it's only going to get you so far and it's ultimately difficult to predict who is going to win where wolves are humans. Which is this is. This is another wonderful thing about it. It and another reason why gaming can go on to one or two in the morning because you don't reach that point where everyone's figured it out and you've you've essentially beat the game or you've evolved beyond this game and you need more complex games. The crazy thing. Of course about all this is. The game started out as a sort of psychological exercise. Any comes for become comes around full circle and becoming a tool in various psychological experiments or tool used to generate data sets for psychological experiments. And remember how he said that you don't need a board you don't need dice you don't need it any other Materials you just need that card glance at once and then stick in your pocket or put up under your your but while you play. That isn't that's another key advantage here. There the cards are just initial reference points. So there's really no reason to break from communication and immersion with other players. This is especially important for studies that factor in gays pattern. So it's in a way it's again. It's like poker without the cards. It's just a pure social experiment right..

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Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:48 min | 10 months ago

"jeremy brett granada" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"So, he told wired magazine, the following two, thousand ten, I was fascinated with the game design I had never seen a game with such a pure strategic underpinning, no mechanics to be strategic about it was what poker would be if you didn't play with a deck of cards, but bet solely on other people's bats. It shouldn't have worked, but it did I think he's exactly right about that, but like it's. It's Kinda hard to understand. What's so appealing about the game until you play it. and I wonder out there. If you're somebody who's never played this game before, and you're listening and you don't get it here like. What is fun about this? It just sounds boring. You've gotta try it I suspect your mind will be changed. Yeah, or maybe this is an occasion for more hate mail and I should point out, too that the game is is so simple that not only is a popular physical parlor game like where people physically gathering space and play with each other it. It also is played a lot online online communities because you don't have to have long as you have a basic social interaction platform like just a basic room, you can play a werewolf. Yeah, you really don't need much. Much more as you have some method of of random ising the roles yeah. Is a pretty simple programming feet. I guess it's all you need. As long as you've got some kind of side. Messaging private messaging. Service Yeah. You can do it now. Another thing I love about where Wolf is. How closely resembles a a couple of key movies? That one of which I know that you love is well. I know where you're going, but hit the first one I. Okay, so there's a nineteen seventy four film titled. The beast must die good title it stars. Peter cushing. A thirty four year old Michael Gambon. Charles Gray, oh demille's seven. Yes, yes, he will. He played Bluefield. He was Blofeld. In diamonds are forever. It's right. Yeah, he played the criminologist and rocky horror. Any also played Microsoft. On the Jeremy Brett. Granada Sherlock series. I'm sure he was great at that. Yeah, yeah, it was great. It was terrific and everything. He is dry as a bone. Yes, and this is a very dry British film. Is One might expect in. It's a it's a where we'll done it. Based in large part on the Agatha, Christie Book and movies, and then there were nine so the film climaxes with a scene in which everyone gathers in a parlour, and they're tested with I think silver candlestick. They pass it around to see who's aware wolf. And this is the only movie that I know of to feature a Werewolf break. This is a brief intermission for the audience to discuss their theories on the Werewolf is in vote on the where wealth before you get the big reveal in the movie now. The really great version of this would be that the audience vote determines which real they load into the projector and becomes the Werewolf in the final scene. Yeah, I'd I'd. That was not the case though it was just a chance to discuss what you thought about about the the. The movie up to that point but I feel like we need more aware. Wolf breaks in our films even in non. Werewolf Films Right say for instance you're watching. Glengarry Glen Ross the movie. Yeah, okay there, no actual worlds in it, but there I think it's constructive to have a point where the audience talks about who be aware wolf. While there's a there's a burglary scene like you a pause to discuss film and everyone pauses and goes into a extremely profanity laced discussion about who broke into the office and stole. Those leads right. Now another great seen that comes to mind. That is very reminiscent of Werewolf is of course the scene in John Carpenter's nineteen eighty two film. The thing I love it. It's the best the scenes where you'd you're doing the test..

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"jeremy brett granada" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

07:32 min | 10 months ago

"jeremy brett granada" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Face. APOTHECARY. Don't have any direct dealings with their. Now that you podcast has wanted to be aware wolf for a long long time. So, maybe we should just kill her. All right open your eyes. The Sun has risen now. We've established that the clearly superior version of this game is the one with the Werewolf fluff instead of the Mafia fluff, but we've got to admit it was mafia before it was where will it was definitely mafia before it was where Wolfe invented by a guy named Dmitri David off in I've seen nineteen eighty six in nineteen, eighty seven cited I think I guess it was just around that period of eighty, six eighty seven in Russia right. Yeah, yeah, he was a teacher in Russia and I think this adds to maybe the appeal, the mafia Motif. I don't know yeah and. And he invented as a psychological exercise for his students. Yes, so he was a psychology student at the time, and he was teaching high school, and he explains that he wanted to teach psychology concepts, but thought that this type of game might be better at teaching some of these psychology concepts, or at least more appealing to students than I. Don't know say a traditional lecture might be. I can certainly imagine why classes would have more fun playing mafia than they would. Listening to you talk about the latest findings on the science of deception exactly now wired interviewed David off in two thousand ten, and it's. It's a fun article to look up five. mentioned. I'll try to include a link to it on the landing page. For this episode. He insisted on being interviewed by wired within the IMO world of warcraft. Starters. Did that's even better than saying I only do an interview in second life. And he was, he was extremely dodgy with some of his answers, so the resulting interview piece stints most of its time placing him within the context of his Russian upbringing before moving to the United States, so he was born in comments. Uralski near the Kazahkstan border and this was not too far from the nineteen fifty seven. Kissed in nuclear disaster, the Chernobyl explosion, which we've discussed on the show before occurred in one, thousand, nine, hundred six, while he was designing mafia, he was teaching high school at the time as we discussed any type A game to his students and the crazy thing. Is it kind of just spreads out from there? Yeah, and one thing I love about this article as it establishes that he's. About as weird as you would suspect from somebody who invented this weird social deception virus that infects people's parties all around the world now. like. I I know. I already mentioned video drone wants today, but it makes me think you know a person who says I will only be interviewed within world of Warcraft is like Brian, oblivion. Track. Who will only be interviewed on television on television? Oh Man, there's so much potential to create A. Holiday Franchise about some sort of a social deception game like this spreads and spreads so easily based on just how addictive it is, and the the various benefits of play as we've discussed already. Yeah, but but the crazy thing to here is that this is largely a pre internet age which it's spreading, so it really doesn't start picking up online until after nine hundred ninety seven. That's when it hits. The the US according to accounts that that we reading and this is where Andrew Plotkin Aka Czar F- czar. You might know, czar, he. He's the one who picked it up in the US updated it with the Werewolf fluff, and then began distributing it spreading the word of it online. So, he told wired magazine, the following two, thousand ten, I was fascinated with the game design I had never seen a game with such a pure strategic underpinning, no mechanics to be strategic about it was what poker would be if you didn't play with a deck of cards, but bet solely on other people's bats. It shouldn't have worked, but it did I think he's exactly right about that, but like it's. It's Kinda hard to understand. What's so appealing about the game until you play it. and I wonder out there. If you're somebody who's never played this game before, and you're listening and you don't get it here like. What is fun about this? It just sounds boring. You've gotta try it I suspect your mind will be changed. Yeah, or maybe this is an occasion for more hate mail and I should point out, too that the game is is so simple that not only is a popular physical parlor game like where people physically gathering space and play with each other it. It also is played a lot online online communities because you don't have to have long as you have a basic social interaction platform like just a basic room, you can play a werewolf. Yeah, you really don't need much. Much more as you have some method of of random ising the roles yeah. Is a pretty simple programming feet. I guess it's all you need. As long as you've got some kind of side. Messaging private messaging. Service Yeah. You can do it now. Another thing I love about where Wolf is. How closely resembles a a couple of key movies? That one of which I know that you love is well. I know where you're going, but hit the first one I. Okay, so there's a nineteen seventy four film titled. The beast must die good title it stars. Peter cushing. A thirty four year old Michael Gambon. Charles Gray, oh demille's seven. Yes, yes, he will. He played Bluefield. He was Blofeld. In diamonds are forever. It's right. Yeah, he played the criminologist and rocky horror. Any also played Microsoft. On the Jeremy Brett. Granada Sherlock series. I'm sure he was great at that. Yeah, yeah, it was great. It was terrific and everything. He is dry as a bone. Yes, and this is a very dry British film. Is One might expect in. It's a it's a where we'll done it. Based in large part on the Agatha, Christie Book and movies, and then there were nine so the film climaxes with a scene in which everyone gathers in a parlour, and they're tested with I think silver candlestick. They pass it around to see who's aware wolf. And this is the only movie that I know of to feature a Werewolf break. This is a brief intermission for the audience to discuss their theories on the Werewolf is in vote on the where wealth before you get the big reveal in the movie now. The really great version of this would be that the audience vote determines which real they load into the projector and becomes the Werewolf in the final scene. Yeah, I'd I'd. That was not the case though it was just a chance to discuss what you thought about about the the. The movie up to that point but I feel like we need more aware. Wolf breaks in our films even in non. Werewolf Films Right say for instance you're watching. Glengarry Glen Ross the movie. Yeah, okay there, no actual worlds in it, but there I think it's constructive to have a point where the audience talks about who be aware wolf. While there's a there's a burglary scene like you a pause to discuss film and everyone pauses and goes into a extremely profanity laced discussion about who broke into the office and stole..

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"A thirty four year old michael gambine charles gray oh 007 yes yes he we played blow field he was blow feld in diamonds are forever it's right yeah he played the criminal gist in rocky har uh any also played mike croft homes on the jeremy brett granada sherlock series i'm sure he was great at that yeah yeah yeah he was great it was terrific and everything he is dry as a bone yes man this is a very dry british film uh as is one might expect in it's a it's a wear wolf whodunnit based in large part on the agatha christie a book in movies and then there were nine so the film climaxes with a scene in which everyone gathers in a parlor and they're tested with i think a silver candlestick they pass it around to see whose aware walton and this is the only movie that i know off to feature a wear wolf break this is a brief intermission for the audience to discuss theor theories on who the where wolf is and then vote on the where wealth before you get the biegel reveal in the movie now the really great version of this would be that the audience vote determines which real they load into the projector and becomes the where wolf in the final seen yeah i'd i'd the that was not the case though it was due to just a chance to discuss what you thought about the about the the movie up to that point but i feel like we need more where wolf breaks in our films even a non where will films right say for instance you're watching glengarry glen rice the movie yeah okay there no actual worlds in it but there i think it's constructive to have a point where the audience talks about who might be aware wolf while there's a there's a burglary seen like he adds a pause to discuss film and everyone pauses and goes into a extremely profanity laced discussion about who broke into the office and stole those leads right.

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