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"jurgensen" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"A quick one for you honestly. These last three ones are pretty quick. Number one or number five blake. Jorgenson is leaving. Ea this is eddie. Over gamespot electronic arts cfo blake. Jurgensen is stepping down from his post. The a announced in a filing the jorgensen has begun the process of transitioning out of his role as cfo nco with the executive expected to officially depart. You're in the summer two thousand twenty two. They go you've probably heard blake's named read a billion times. I'm kinda funny games daily. You'll hear another person's name another suits name red soon enough so there you go now much to say just wanted that on your radar so we start saying new names. That's what's out on number six especially for halloween. October first Bluebird team has been very very busy. This is a press release from them. Of course bluebird team made the meeting mimi. The medium a game. That is six times. What resin evil. Villages bluebird team is thrilled to share a sneak peek their return to the world of layers of fear. There's new unreal five In new unreal engine five teaser trailer. That clues you into what this is but then going on The i fear released in two thousand sixteen made waves in the gaming industry. What's unique take on first person. Psychological horror experience Told from the point of view of a painter obsessively trying to finish his magnum opus. No matter the cost this award winning title successfully create a new direction for both the blue team studio and the psychological horror genre that increasingly at Increased its popularity in the mainstream gaming community. Layers of fear was later expanded with story deal see in two thousand. Nineteen blue team released the indirect sequel layers to fear to telling the story of a hollywood actor who leads the call of despotic director. Voiced by the horror legend. Tony todd to star in a film short shot abroad an oceanliner.

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"jurgensen" Discussed on Everyday Talkies

Everyday Talkies

07:58 min | Last month

"jurgensen" Discussed on Everyday Talkies

"Latitude. It's such a weird thing you know. You're not talking. Which i just realized this latitude. It goes around eight data mode. Yeah it is evident that the temperature around and we discuss. I think might did how maybe didn't is going to all crops utilize. I was thinking of what happened to winning for me right now. The fought akerson area lies in the same latitude that states lace okay and the thing is currently united states. The most you know you develop sense of the word. Whatever sense that might be and i think this might have a big little leaning. What if the natural course of human history is that the final navia which is the photographic or things go super rapidly. Because there wasn't much already mention beck if we leave australia and no globalization lady by the fifty fifty five thousand five hundred years have their takes on. They will beagle to us is that they're two thousand years behind to us we. Aren't you bet wahlberg area now. Let's say that for takasu. Area is two thousand years ahead from the rest of the world right because of its be route. Mom look what actually happened was up and that is why you have so much conflict in that area and then you had you had prosperity. Then that's up. All of that happened then and then guaranteeing that that area is the media which has the most which is in the most flock fluctuate which is the most. It'll what what. What are you getting three thousand years later. There's gonna be another jesus in australia. That is what i feel. Dozen years later. We'll have such conflicts arising everywhere around the world and whereas photography area. He's busy believe that might be entirely devastated or they might evolve into some new people together. The basic word. My idea is on my own. We supposed to this yard on teddy eleven thousand years ago. The digress was the most When for part of the world but now with global-warming uc temperatures rising so asked him purchase. Keep rising those for all. The equatorial part of the earth is going to become uninhabitable at sampling and people are going to start moving towards the poles more and more because the ice is gonna keep melting. And maybe like say. Let's say are know thousand thousand the area or over the arctic pool endo. The continent of antarctica may become so most prosperous confident. Because that is the place where you're not just the the you have the correct amount of light and the amount of heat under correct conditions for civilization to prosper. You know that's that's what my head goes ono's markle's right because there are more opportunities of water angela to it's easier landers setup habitat. There are some torrisi. There might be looking at that. Maybe thousands of yours future but who knows given the woman is going and if people don't the don't think an ac i'm your horses which tesla or electric cars we don't promote anybody else that's for that stress but was going. Let's move on with the rest of the chapter. What else is there. I mean we pretty much covered everything. The whom chap is pretty much about the idea that food production spread as rapidly as richard involved. Oats access on the continent's access Molded that do people aren't that the people were not willing to you know travel and spread their civilization. it was just a never environmental barriers and other factors that stop them from expanding overtime and date. They kind of the domestication of plants had too late. Start over and over. In different areas of the world resin eurasia. It happened once. And it spread out. Rapidly and that kind of snowballed into nordahl creation of the weenie and writing richer in enhanced spared off these things because he did not need to domesticated. So you just had to let people spreading it. And that's all the more complex societies and systems and that kind of led to those should show that we live in right now. What you're gonna do this. I think more easily like this right people create melodic because you know vice man extra energy instead of having a new amendment where you can find similar environment so we don't know but you could when you place. It is a constant. I think affinity if you find somebody from your midnight so to bandler for the most when. I initially initially identified people. Whoever polka and i made friends with them. And then if hundred attribute as i am so then i found whisker platform. But then this much raising that. I don't know let's of crap what that is why you eat comedy. And that's and that's an people right. Lots of that does provide for you and we don't have to do that to live survival and all of that so please and this one last week. Maybe we can cover a pacific and give us what Entitled to this is nine. Hundred elaborated more on this. It wasn't so as mentioning eight so there was a distinction between how south africa would not in south africa. But something this only when you'd have been settlers arrived by sea in sixteen fifty two bringing them therefore elkton crop package agriculture taivon south because marion's said was ending even so then booth the collisions of all those people produced the charge. The tragedies of more than south africa the good decimation of cautioned by logan johnson guts essentially a force between jurgensen blacks. Unearthing shooting official press now efforts by european blacks to seek a new mode of in the former koji unites. Let s regime mean stock. The best this book obviously goes into all these different parts of why africa did not coalesce into this. One giant continent though veda eurasia day But i think the biggest hindrance that this created this africa existing on the xs and the people of africa being isolated from each other. The biggest problem. I think It later created was on november. Utopians had i been africa for the longest aminul Eurasia because it looked I ended looked all these metrics of arts and our gunshot. You could say know these. These metrics living in modern society an existing. Why stories on these things. It became a tingle flip. Africa became this kind of enigma. For the nation's it's it's weird because civilization started and optic lesions or with dime for god that that had happened and bailey look. Traffic is veered strange. Mystical land awfully strange creatures on even what works and you know that kind of alito snowboarding. Who though i concert antics trillion because you know africa did not have some of the maybe least assist that. It's not that they didn't have this africa. Somehow weirdly became the place that their biggest weasels was beeping and so that kinda snowball do their transatlantic slave trade. Which then you know renting to america and that bill up the whole idea of more than united states doesn't mean the word like that is. That is a line One of my favorite old at forty nine though the line is that every leap in modern civilization was was made off of off of the back of a disposable sleeve was what you said right inaugurate the us being as odd felicitous why key it is due to the fact that they made so much of their money off of the back of Slaves that were brought tips and that is another matter entirely because then what happened in africa was the dutch game than the french game and and the british came even though they all had their economies on all over africa and that kind of later to a beard beard civil war because it wasn't like india the portuguese just limited to go on the venture limited to the rest of it was just know a lot of it was of french. Lord of it was dutch. A lot of it was a british and that Snowboarder do more wars. That were fought on these and baya's behalf by people of african descent..

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"jurgensen" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

09:41 min | 4 months ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I'm join us on the international survivor. Rahat up speed or should be points episode analysis and the always popular. I o strath variety hour. You'll have to listen to find out. Honestly i still do not see you. There always evolving so we talk a lot about different news stories here on newstalk deal and some tend to be somewhat negative of potentially planet anding news that gets reported and so a new research thinks that maybe that could be a way that our brains have been rewired here in the information age. Danny do you find yourself seeking out stories about the impending doom of the earth doom scrolling. Yes as they say. I don't really dum scroll. I look for entertaining. News The doom scroll or either what we talk about. So i don't want doom anyone with a greater life but i wonder if i know i well. Why would my theory. Here's my because your life is a series of monday tasks that you procrastinate doing. Don't wanna have to do eventually will partially muster up the energy and half ass your way through. That's everybody's daily life okay. So when you're doomed strolling okay. Good news bad news bad news but if the news is bad enough you do have do the rest of the crap at that list as he was sure on its surface boy asteroid scheduled to collide with the earth. This could be. This could be big one while. What's the point of saving for college. Yeah yeah it kind of like changes up your to do list from a bunch of stuff. I have to do to. What if i didn't do any of it. Yeah i guess i may as well spend Yeah i get it and then you're just praying for the end at that point when you're like i just bought ten new cars a pass. It might not just be doom. It might be some excitement like they're just looking for for some excitement in their life. You know it's like Kind of similar. To what rob said at this mundane life but some external event can be so exciting that it actually manages to affect them touch on their life and make their life exciting intern so that could be part of it too. I mean when. I turn on my when i opened my phone in the morning and read the news the stories i hope to see. Are things like. I would love story. That says passwords no longer required on websites. Like there'd be no. I'm saying that would be the greatest news to receive or yeah something about space travel a new scientific discovery in space something about quantum computing. Something along the lines of like a major breakthrough right. That's kind of what. I hope to see that or something florida man you know. That's also something. I'm always looking for to like florida man. Wrestle alligators turns into his best friend. Arrested high on bath salts rocking it in a diaper on his front porch. Something weird like that so i mean those are the stories i look for but i can understand why you might want some doom. That's excitement you're living in a movie. got doom coming. Yeah well people may not be able to help themselves because that in this study that scientists think that they have found the part of the brain that is actively looking for these negative news stories. And now i'm wondering if maybe then because people are wired to look for these negative news stories because they do so well. Is that why we get so many of yeah. Yeah the anterior cingulate cortex. That's the Perpetrator yeah i knew to memorize already knew that your new that about the brain. Yeah i think it is true. I mean it's it's like. News has to be polarizing everything else and if it's not extreme bad or extreme good than what is it necessarily and so it's like oh everybody's gonna receive thirteen bars of gold from you. Know the aliens when they that's newsworthy. People would be stoked about that little. Do they realize that the worth of gold would drop dramatically if everybody in the world receives thirteen bars of gold. True thirteen acres. Dozen the baker's dozen that which is how the aliens have always operated on the twelfth slash thirteen point system rather than this point system. And you know. And they're not called bars either call lars. Obviously but that's the way it has to be just because that's what people are all man. Did you hear how terrible things are like the. Gre is spreading. Everybody's gonna get it and then pretty soon there everything will be diarrhea. I get dum scrolling hoping this bad things happen to people you don't like oh that you know what so what you have. Let's say you had a show those coming up and it was about water parks but you are watching this news break or you're watching the show about slipper slides be filmed in. It's gonna be released before you and everyone's going to think that you are jumping on the bandwagon of slippery slopes and you came up with the idea first and now you're like do i'm so glad giardi hit. I hope they all had the worst diarrhea ever. I think that's a pretty human thing. They stole the idea and they ended up getting their come up and say okay. I agree with that. that's fine. I thought it was more like you being like every squirrel the news to see if my neighbor that goes on late at night had something bad happen like she already had something bad happen by the way. She's super nice end. She hasn't mowed the lawn. She's only dental past ten o'clock. Never i never said anything bad about her fact. I'll i pointed out was that i was curious as to why she mowed the lawn at ten games. Say i'm curious as to why she he was upset that i did didn't research howard diverse well. I'm just curious curious as okay. I may have toned-down age. How i talked about it as time has passed but like the truth a it. Does your neighbor have a terminal disease and that you feel bad now. Is that what happened. Oh no she. She gave you thirteen lars of gold. No did your neighbor has been listening to your podcasts. I hope not especially. I really hope not but mowing so late at night and you. It sounds like you even met her. Because you said she's nice. No i've never spoken word to her. Even though i like all my neighbors. I've never spoken to her to her. I'd just heard through someone else. You know like saying that she's nice. She's always appeared nice other than the mowing at ten thirty. I'm gonna come on ten thirty at night if your neighbors mowing in the yard here. That's weird daylight. Yeah this time of year makes sense. But she was doing it in like november nastiest. Who's not asking questions about their neighbor. If that's what they're doing that's wild so yeah anyway back to Is that the story also says that some people like the wired to look for good news. And so maybe that's why you have your allies like gandhi bryson who are looking for advances in quantum computing and all sorts of other exciting dots. Yeah or just wait for that price of the space trip to go de eight million bucks dude any. You could not have segue better because as we're talking about the price of a space trip. How about jeff bezos. Because he man is somebody who. You're talking about it last week. With dave jurgensen about how That he's he's going off into space soon and so a lot of people are curious about jeff basis just like what could he do with his money. Like sky's the limit literally so there is a petition. That is picking up some steam. Of course that we know about petitions and how powerful they can be and so they're all titian that is urging jeff bass to by the very famous painting the mona lisa and then eat it. I love it. I for that. I think the mona lisa's overrated. I mean i went to go see. The police and i didn't even bother to get close. My wife's like we gotta get a pitcher. And i said why the internet probably has a million pictures in whatever will take but she muscled her way in. She's tiny she's like throwing elbows muscled her way all the way up front. There is a huge crowd..

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"jurgensen" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

03:43 min | 5 months ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"Feed their people. Unfortunately when chinese fishermen sailed into north korean waters there overfishing forced north korean fishermen to take greater risks to meet their quotas perhaps they sailed further and further from north korean shores crossing into japanese or russian territory but the rudimentary and outdated boats weren't suited for long distance traveling and they were vulnerable to the elements however they weren't doomed small north korean fishing boats traveled in fleets for safety. When one broke down the crew could often wave down other ships for assistance. The fishermen would unload onto a new vessel and leave their derelict behind with one modification when the crews abandoned ship they'd likely take the broken motor with them even low-powered and out of date motors can be incredibly expensive especially for low paid north korean fishermen so the crews would undoubtedly salvage them either to repair or to scrap for parts. This could explain why so. Many north korean go ships are largely intact but missing motors. Thankfully this isn't evidence of tragedy at sea but rather that the crew probably survived. This could also explain the sudden disappearance of the ghost ships early. In the two thousand nineteen coronavirus pandemic as quarantines began fishermen may not have in such large fleets and if the chinese poachers warrant overfishing the dprk's eez. The north korean crews might have been able to stay in their own safer home waters. Fewer boats would have broken down and drifted away or perhaps the world was too distracted to pay attention to the racks. Regardless of the pandemic the north korean ghost ships were probably the result of poor preparation and boats being pushed beyond their limits but ultimately so long as the democratic people's republic of korea maintains its policy of secrecy. It's hard to know what tragedies happen aboard the ghost ships like every other aspect of this mystery the truth remains buried under a culture of isolation and suspicion. Thanks again for tuning into unexplained mysteries. We will be back tuesday with a new episode for more information on the north korean ghost chips amongst many sources we used. We found the time magazine article. How north korea built a fleet of ghost ships by andrea. Valentino extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of unexplained mysteries and all other spotify originals. From park has on spotify. See next time and remember never take. We don't no for an answer. Unexplained mysteries is a spotify original. From podcast executive producers include max and ron cutler sound designed by dick schroeder with production assistance by ron shapiro trent williamson carleen madden and brusca kovic. This episode of unexplained mysteries was written by matthew teamster with writing assistance by angela. Jurgensen and connor samson fact checking by kara mclean and research by bradley klein unexplained mysteries stars molly. Brandenburg and richard rosner..

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"jurgensen" Discussed on Serifacast

Serifacast

04:57 min | 6 months ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on Serifacast

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"jurgensen" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

07:52 min | 11 months ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on PRI's The World

"We have come here to let you know that change is coming whether you like it or not can turn this. You have no option. The only option you have is what we do now and in the next few year would profoundly affect the next few thousand years. I'm joined by denmark's climate minister. Dan jorgensen dan. What's the significance of this decision. Well it's it's a very big decision for us and then locked for decades. We've made a lot of money on oil and gas and it's been an important part of the funding off our welfare state. But we feel that we need to take this decision because climate change is here and we need to do whatever we can to fight it and forced to occupy with a credible voice that we actually lead us in the fight against climate. Change that we needed to take the decision. Now your energy ministry estimates this could cost denmark. Two billion dollars in lost revenue. How do you intend to close that revenue gap. Yeah we need a new strategy now full. How will we make a living in the future. Fortunately we already underway. We are in a situation. How renewables especially when the north shore wind is already a much bigger sexier than the oil sector so we plan to keep expanding our renewable sachse. We have planned to really ambitiously. Grow our offshore wind for instance. Shall we hope to make up. Not only for the nas revenue but also to create the jobs that will be lost in the oil sector. Have you received any pushback for this decision to stop issuing new leases and and oil production. It's obvious that not all companies in the oil sector guests sector. Were were happy about this. Obviously there's also been political forces saying that as long as there's oil down there we should put it off the ground and make money on it but all in all. I'm happy to say that. We have broad support for this. And i think one of the reasons for that is that we are doing this in adjust way. I want us to be just transition. Meaning that we really focus on creating jobs for the people that lose two jobs before was on having a plan for economic development that makes this also economically viable solution. There's around four thousand people who are employed by denmark's oil and gas sector. How do you make up for that many jobs. Do the current plans cover that or are you still sort of behind in terms of figuring out how to reemploy these people. It's a great question because very often in into debate about green transformation in general in in in europe people forget that okay. Yes as a whole The green transformation wound will give you flip more jobs than than you'll lose bought. It's very important for us that we find the right jobs for the people that were loose that the job festival is not something that we're going to do from one day to the next second important point is that we allocate funding to training a worker from somebody who works in offshore oil to offshore wind for instance the investments that we talked about earlier that we've made and we'll be making an offshore wind fried the mentioned twenty-fifty And of course. That's the date you're going to end oil production greenpeace-denmark is applauding this. Move and they're saying this is climate leadership looks like but you're also allowing three more decades of oil drilling of the current leases and production. That's going on to continue in the north sea and that's something that youth climate activists credit tune. Berg has criticized on twitter. How do you respond to activists who say thirty. Years is too slow for a phase out if we were to stop oil production tomorrow. For instance as some activists have argued that we should it would fundamentally change our society we would no longer be able to fund our welfare state hospitals schools roads education system. On of these things would have to go through sa- via savings so that in my opinion wouldn't really make us a front one. I don't think many countries would then look at us and say listen that's That's a very good example. Let's follow that. I think it's important to be Ambitious and i think also that the reason why we choose to do this as as the first major oil producing country and that is that we want to and hope to inspire others. But if you want to hope to inspire us then you also need to make rational decisions and you also need to think about it people in wolf for us. A just transition is keyword a key term. It's important to find a balance. And i think we've found that that balance a decision that we have made that's interesting so you're really paying attention to also kind of social issues and political issues of how population will respond and adapt to these changes. I think one of the biggest threats and obstacles to watch The green transformation that we need is if there's no public support if we see too many problems where we don't take into consideration the needs and opinions of the population both when installing renewable energy but also when making the transformation for one type of entity to the next that might make people lose jobs if we don't take that problem seriously and tackled in a way that that makes sure that weekend maintain and a society with a lot of equity and with no inequality. Dan laughing we risk losing the support that we need dan. Jurgensen is the climate minister of denmark. Thanks a lot for speaking with us thank you. We reported yesterday on a growing number of countries that are announcing they'll stop contributing greenhouse gases to the atmosphere by mid century. Another country just added itself to that list brazil this week it said it would do its part by twenty sixty the un that it would not strengthen its goal for cutting carbon emissions in the near term by the end of the decade experts. Say those short term goals are necessary to lend credibility to long-term promises. Kristen pourri from the nonprofit amazon watch calls the target unambitious. The announcement amounts to a baby step and one from a government that has proven itself willing to sacrifice the amazon. It's people's for quick profit including the prophet of illicit actors. Illegal loggers illegal miners and landgrabbers. Brazilian president jair bolsonaro has pushed for more development in the amazon deforestation there. This year reached its highest level in more than decade executive secretary of the climate observatory in brazil. Masilo strini says. The government's plan is a shame. Was yours lead. Their of these champion the past and now we are in the side of the problem on the side of the problem. Brazil's communication to the un also suggested that its target for twenty sixty would be contingent on international funding while a coronavirus vaccine is on the horizon of us are still a ways off from getting our shot in the arm. Masks and social distancing remained critical. So what's next in reopening schools and workplaces as part of our regular series of live discussions on the pandemic. Join us tomorrow at twelve pm. Eastern for conversation with harvard healthy buildings expert joe allen. That's friday noon eastern at.

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"jurgensen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Listening to Russia's week in review once again, thanks to Conrad Black. Really, folks, you have occasion to read anything. Conrad Black writes an American greatness or at National Review. You really should we We've posted a number of his pieces at rush Limbaugh dot com Link. Then he has been uniquely optimistic about Donald Trump from the beginning, and during whatever periods of disquiet than discomfort and challenge. He's been even unwaveringly optimistic, and he remains so. Although he thinks that some problems recently have been self inflicted. He worries about him. But you heard inside. He just cannot understand. Why and how so many Americans can blindly support a candidate like Joe Biden, who doesn't campaign who is this guy is one of the oldest corrupt eat. This guy's exactly why people don't like politics. But he's not reported on that. What he is, is a machine politician who has enriched his family by using his political everything. People despise him of politics. Joe Biden is and has been for 47 years, but because the media loves that kind of Washington, that type of Washington he's not reported on that way he's reported and his one reported on as one of the premier. Washingtonians. It's coupled with the enmity of a hatred that they have for us. For President Trump, So we shall see he was right about about the need for a free press. There is no question about that. But it's a free press that informs. We don't have a press that's informing anybody we have. Oppress. That's all gone totally corrupted now, and they're nothing more than left wing Democrat advocates. I mean, they they are. They are Essentially political operatives and disguised as a journalist, And that too is puzzling. How more people don't see it. I express frustration earlier in the busy broadcast with with that So we shall see. Now there's contradictory polling data out there. The media living off this Wall Street Journal, NBC. Paul, it shows Biden up by 14. Just like the same pole had Hillary up by 11 4 years ago. But how about this from the Washington Examiner Trump Turn around Biden lead cut to 49 47. As Corona virus and debate do not hurt Donald Trump. Now this is a John Zogby poll. John Zogby, am I research Solutions Pole? And in the first Paul Since Trump announced that he had Copan 19. His chances of re election surged, a sign that his infection and raucous debate performance did not. Hurt his chances for reelection. The new survey showed that I'm so I shared with Washington Examiner showed Biden up 49 to 47. That's his smallest bleed in these two poles in a four way race, and there are four people running out there just haven't heard of the other two. It's Biden 47 45. With 2% each for Dr Joe Jurgensen of the Libertarian Party and the Green Party nominee, Howie Hawkins Survey challenges the media's narrative about Biden building his lead over. You know what I think? It's amazing. There are corresponding events now. Follow me on this. Four years ago, We had the NBC access Hollywood video that happened right about the same time is Trump coming down a covert this year? And what was the initial reaction? Oh, my God. Oh, no, it's over. Did you see what he's another that don't my God, with all thy God and I got on the phone, and I called the Trump campaign. I don't know if his head on the impact I said whatever you do, do not cave over this. The point is your voters you're not going to lose a single one of the act the right way. I said, your voters are sick and tired of this kind of crap Introduced into campaign lately campaign they know full well that they're the subject of this focus that trying to get them to be turned off, too. You do not Do not worry about it. Your voters are not going to abandon you over this. They're sick and tired of stuff like that has nothing to do with how you'll be president. Nothing to do with your policy. Nothing to do with what you're going to do about immigration or any of these things that they're championing you four and the Trump campaign played it the right way. Now we get covered 19. I watched the potential pitfall of covert 19 a potential pitfall of covert night. Oh, my God. Same reaction. Access Hollywood. Oh, my God! Oh, my God. Now the reaction to this as opposed to access Hollywood. Oh, my God. The guy's overnight. Oh, this is a disaster. Oh, this is going Turn him into a week. Oh, he's not gonna be the same guy. Oh, my God. This is horrible. I think I think that this instance this event covert 19. It's too Suspicious smoke because there are Democrats kept coming down with it. It's on Ly Republicans. It's only Republicans that that matter in the Senate Judiciary Committee, but no Democrats are getting it. That means you're not announcing And what happened in 2016 access Hollywood allowed the campaign to stop take a pause. They had a chance to assess and seriousness. This is providing the same Opportunity and whereas access Hollywood and what Trump said on that video did not hurt him to the shock and surprised of the Washington establishment, they saved it. They thought that was in everything else had failed, but that access Hollywood that was going to be the end of Trump and they could not believe it. When it wasn't they couldn't believe it when it didn't even hurt him will covert 19 is not going to hurt him. The fact that he got it. It doesn't show weakness. How he's dealing with it. That doesn't show weakness. Does anybody see weakness? What we see is a guy chomping at the bit to get past it..

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"jurgensen" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"We've posted a number of his pieces at Rush Limbaugh dot com linked To them. He has been uniquely optimistic about Donald Trump from the beginning, and during whatever periods of disquiet and discomfort and challenge he's been even unwaveringly optimistic, and he remains so. Although he thinks that some problems recently have been self inflicted, he worries about them. But you heard him say he just cannot understand. Why and how so many Americans can blindly support A candidate like Joe Biden, who doesn't campaign who is this guy is one of the oldest Corrupt Eat. This guy's exactly why people don't like politics. But he's not reported on that way He is. He is a machine politician who has enriched his family by using his political everything people despise about politics. Joe Biden is And has been for 47 years. But because the media loves that kind of Washington, that type of Washington he's not reported on that way he's reported and his one reported on as one of the premier. Washingtonians. And it's It's coupled with the enmity of the hatred that they have. Four Rub. For President Trump. So we shall see. He was right about about the need for a free press. There is no question about that. But it's a free press that informs. We don't have a press that's informing anybody. We have a press. That's all gone totally corrupted now, and they're nothing more than left wing. Uh, Democrat. Advocates. I mean, they are. They are the Essentially political operatives. And disguised as a journalist. And that too is puzzling. How more people don't see it. I expressed Frustration earlier in the busy broadcast with with that So we shall see. Now there's contradictory polling data out there. The media living off this Wall Street Journal, NBC. Paul, it shows Biden up by 14. Just like the same pole had Hillary up by 11 4 years ago. But how about this from the Washington Examiner? Trump turned around Biden lead cut to 49 47 as Corona virus and debate do not hurt Donald Trump. Now this is a John Zogby poll. John Zogby. Am I research Solutions Pole and in the first Paul's since Trump announced that he had Koven 19. His chances of re election surged. A sign that his infection and raucous debate performance did not hurt his chances for reelection. A new survey showed that I'm sorry, shared with Washington Examiner showed Biden up 49 to 47. That's his smallest bleed in these two poles. In a four way race. And you know there are four people running out there just haven't heard the other two. It's Biden 47 45. With 2% each for Dr Joe Jurgensen of the Libertarian Party and the Green Party nominee, Howie Hawkins. Surveyed challenge the media's narrative about Biden building his lead over. You know what I think? It's amazing. There are corresponding events now. Follow me on this. Four years ago. We had the NBC access Hollywood video that happened right about the same time is Trump coming down a covert this year. And what was the initial reaction? Oh, my God. Oh, no, That's it. It's over. Did you see what he's other than told my God, That's it. Women Hold my gun, and I got on the phone, and I called the Trump campaign on office had any impact. I said, Whatever you do, do not Cave over this. The point is your voters you're not going to lose a single one. If you act the right way, I said, your brothers are sick and tired of this kind of crap Introduced into campaign lately campaign they know full well that there they're the subject of this than the focus it trying to get them to be turned off, too. You do not Do not worry about it. Your voters are not going to abandon you over this. They're sick and tired of stuff like that has nothing to do with how you'll be president. Nothing to do with your policy. Nothing to do with what you're going to do about immigration or any of these things that they're championing you for. And the Trump campaign played it the right way. Now we get covered 19. What's the potential pitfall of covert 19? A potential pitfall of covert night? Oh, my God. Same reaction. Access Hollywood. Oh, my God! Oh, my God. Now the reaction to this as opposed to access Hollywood. Oh, my God! The guy's covert night. Oh, this is disaster. Oh, this is going to turn him into a week. Oh, he's not gonna be the same guy. Oh, my God. This is horrible. I think I think that this instance This event Covert 19. It's too Suspicious folks because there aren't any Democrats kept coming down with it. It's on Ly Republicans. It's only Republicans that that matter in the Senate Judiciary Committee, but no Democrats are getting it. At least they're not announcing so And what happened in 2016 access Hollywood allowed the campaign take a stop. Take a pause. They had a chance to assess and reassess this. Is providing the same opportunity and whereas access Hollywood and what Trump said on that video did not hurt him to the shock and surprise Of the Washington establishment. They saved it. They thought that was in everything else had failed, but that access Hollywood that was going to be the end of Trump and they could not believe it. When it wasn't they couldn't believe it when it didn't even hurt him. Well, covert 19 is not going to hurt him. The fact that he got it. It doesn't show weakness. How he's dealing with it. That doesn't show weakness. Does anybody see witness? What we see is a guy chomping at the bit. To get past it. We see a guy chomping at who's not afraid of it. Who's not acting afraid of it. He isn't afraid of anything. Covert. 19 has a lot of people paralyzed, covert 19 as people afraid to go outside. Donald Trump has let it be known that he's not going to let the virus Get him. Are paralyzed him. He's not going to allow it. To prevent him from living. He's going to live. He's going to deal with things as they happen. Trump again, I think is demonstrating his leadership. He's demonstrating toughness in a in a in a way that some people might define it. But he's also demonstrating And he's really And that he is He's not above getting it. He's not below getting it when he does come down with it. He is showing that he is indefatigable like he is every other day. I know it has its potential negatives. But I think it also has Potential positive. I also believe that there is I don't want to call it maybe a sympathy aspect to it, but there could be Either that the sympathy vote But I also think That It may cause People to themselves, Pause and take a different look. That Donald Trump. Aside from the social media gang, which is wishing for his death. Remember, they're not America. Twitter is not America. The Democrats in the media believe it is, but it isn't I hear people that will pause and take a second look. Because most normal people do not wish Anybody get this? They do not hope that people will die from it. The media is eager to find those who want trump to die and to publicize them and so forth, But they're not..

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"jurgensen" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Once again thanks to Conrad. Black really fucks you. They have occasion to read anything. Conrad Black writes an American greatness or at National Review. You're really should we've We've posted a number of his pieces at rush Limbaugh dot com linked To them. He has been uniquely optimistic about Donald Trump from the beginning. And during whatever periods of disquiet and discomfort and challenge. He's been even unwaveringly optimistic, and he remains so. Although he thinks that some problems recently have been self inflicted, he worries about them. But you heard him say he just cannot understand. Why and how so many Americans can blindly support A candidate like Joe Biden, who doesn't campaign who is this guy is one of the oldest Corrupt Eat. This guy's exactly why people don't like politics. But he's not reported on that. What he is, is a machine politician who has enriched his family by using his political everything people despise about politics. Joe Biden is and has been for 47 years, but because the media loves that kind of Washington, that type of Washington he's not reported on that way he's reported and his one reported on as one of the premier. Washingtonians. And it's coupled with the the enmity of a hatred that they have. For rub. For President Trump. So we shall see. He was right about about the need for a free press. There is no question about that. But it's a free press that informs. We don't have a press that's informing anybody. We have a press. That's all gone totally corrupted now, and they're nothing more than left wing. Democrat. Advocates. I mean, they are. They are the Essentially political operatives. Disguised as a journalist. And that too is puzzling how more people don't see and I expressed Frustration earlier in the busy broadcast with with that So we shall see. Now there's contradictory polling data out there. All the media living off this Wall Street Journal, NBC. Paul It shows Biden up by 14. Just like the same pole had Hillary up by 11 4 years ago. But how about this from the Washington Examiner? Trump turn around. Biden lead cut to 49 47 as Corona virus and debate do not hurt Donald Trump. Now this is a John Zogby poll. John Zogby. Am I research solutions, Paul. And in the first Paul's since Trump announced that he had Koven 19. His chances of re election surged. A sign that his infection and raucous debate performance did not hurt his chances for reelection. A new survey showed that I'm sorry, shared with Washington Examiner showed Biden up 49 to 47. That's his smallest bleed in these two poles. In a four way race. And you know there are four people running out there just haven't heard of the other two. It's Biden 47 45. With 2% each for Dr Joe Jurgensen of the Libertarian Party and the Green Party nominee, Howie Hawkins. Survey challenge the media's narrative about Biden building his lead over. You know what I think? It's amazing. There are corresponding events now. Follow me on this. Four years ago. We had the NBC access Hollywood video that happened right about the same time is Trump coming down a covert this year. And what was the initial reaction? Oh, my God. Oh, no, That's it. It's over. Did you see what he's other than? Tell my God, That's it. Women all by God, and I got on the phone, and I called the Trump campaign on office had any impact. I said, Whatever you do, do not Cave over this. The point is your voters you're not going to lose a single one. If you act the right way, I said, your voters are sick and tired of this kind of crap. Introduced into campaign lately campaign They know full well that there they're the subject of this than the focus it trying to get them to be turned off, too. You do not do not worry about it. Your voters are not going to abandon you over this. They're sick and tired of stuff like that has nothing to do with how you'll be president. Nothing to do with your policy. Nothing to do with what you're going to do about immigration or any of these things that they're championing you for. And the Trump campaign played it the right way. Now we get covered 19 I watch the potential pitfall of covert 19 a potential pitfall of covert night. Oh, my God. Same reaction. Access Hollywood. Oh, my God! Oh, my God. Now the reaction to this as opposed to access Hollywood. Oh, my God! The guy's covert night. Oh, this is disaster. So this is going Did it turn him into a week. Oh, he's not gonna be the same guy. Oh, my God. This is horrible. I think I think that this instance This event Covert 19. It's too Suspicious folks because there aren't any Democrats kept coming down with it. It's on Ly Republicans. It's only Republicans that that matter in the Senate Judiciary Committee, but no Democrats are getting it. At least they're not announcing so And what happened in 2060 and access Hollywood allowed the campaign to stop Take a pause. They had a chance to assess and reassess this. Is providing the same opportunity. And whereas access Hollywood and what Trump said on that video did not hurt him to the shock and surprise of the Washington established, they saved it. They thought that was in everything else had failed, but that Access Hollywood that was going to be the end to trump and they could not believe it. When it wasn't they couldn't believe it when it didn't even hurt him. Well, covert 19 is not going to hurt him. The fact that he got it. It doesn't show weakness. How he's dealing with it. That doesn't show weakness. Does anybody see weakness? What we see is a guy chomping at the bit. To get past it..

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"jurgensen" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast

The Pascal Show Podcast

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast

"To Jesus moment. With his own damn self I'm just being real like I feel like he needs to just. Well, here's the other thing is much people say That they are that he is. Trying to mess things up for Biden. Him Meeting with Jared Kushner. Says something. Him Meeting with Jared Kushner. Makes makes almost feel like it's a confirmation. That he's on there to try, he's trying to get on the ballot to mess up. Joe. Biden stride. Think about it. We've all been talking about it ever since the day he said A. I'm running I see twenty twenty vision bright twenty twenty vision. President I'm going to run for president of the United States. He came in and he did all that because he and everybody thought Oh he's doing that because he's trying to mess up Joe Biden's run. For. Joe Biden's election. Then, they're like, no no no, that's not. He's just trying to do his own thing blah. Blah. Blah. Then all of a sudden he's having a meeting with. Jared Kushner. Suspect. Halcion. Very suspect. The. Same. Senior Adviser Trump's senior adviser and trump's. Go to man like basically. He, he run that be. He running that ish? No seriously Kushner's running. That is man. You know what I'm saying it's like he's he's number one. He's trump's everyone. Does it So it's like. So the now you're meeting with Jerry Kushner. But that? No no I'm just running I'm just doing my own thing. I'm just to run my own thing. That doesn't make if you're running your own thing, you wouldn't be meeting with your opponents adviser. A. Make sense I don't. I don't think he. He understands the weight like his. Celebrity carries like there are people that. Are GonNa go for him just because this guy. But that's the thing the baby. And and and it can. and. Now, I'm just GONNA keep a real nick cannon's only voting for him because he's black. has nothing to do with anything else real talk I mean after his rant that kicked him off the air and all that stuff just completely shot him in the foot think about it. He saying all those he's going to vote just he's going to vote for Kanye just because he's black and that's it. You know what I'm saying but any person with the right mind wants to see what? What not trump what? What West. What Conway? Has To say about anything. He hasn't said anything about politics or anything like that. He's talked about. Abortion and given giving people buckets of money for keeping keeping their babies and stuff. But that's not that's not on policies. That's not him talking about anything of weight or anything of Merit he's come up done one random campaign spat out shot from the hip just just talked a whole bunch of mess like birdshot and kept him moving. And cried a bunch by the way. Let's not forget that cried a bunch talked about his daughter North and that's and that's about it. Did he say anything about a arm on do some stuff for the black community? This is exactly what I'm about to do boom boom boom boom. Let's talk about the clean. Like clean energy or or talk about the economy and how we can bring the economy back up to snuff any of those things did he say anything? Don't. Know. So it's like when somebody remember that? Yes. Thank. So I mean that's about it. Cried like a so. So that's what I'm saying. That's what I'm saying like it just for me does not make any sense for us to. It's frustrating to me that we are even wasting our time with. Entertaining the idea. Kanye. is even running what we really need to be doing right now more than anything in the world is we need to be focusing on who the real people who are actually running for half to say about what's going on with this country and what they need to do with this country and. Exactly. People who are actually politicians up in this piece man because here it is Mandalay. Let's keep a straight funky. This is just a distraction. Literally, this is just one tiny one shiny object. That's this flashing in the corner when we should be paying attention to the real votes to the real election that's really going on because these two people that are going neck and neck or now these four people are going neck and neck at each other. You know they're going forward. They're going for the jugular. We need to be focusing on that. Instead of. Tania. Tania's. Naked. Does anybody know? I think it's All what I think he's No. I think he is going in as a independent. He's going in as an independent. Yeah, yeah we did. Exactly kills me seven actual independent. Came today not that I know of but hold up. Because it was like. The dude from or is he from like Arizona or some? Four years ago. Cameron Jo Jo. Jorgensen. I'll Spike Cohen. For the Twenty Twenty Libertarian Party. Ticket. Libertarian Party. Okay. There you go. All Right Oh, my God. Then the Green Party ticket is how we hawkins. Angela Walker. Okay. Okay. Then I stand corrected from my understanding I think Connie West was trying to go in as an independent but I don't know Ain't nobody like see. Here's the thing. Ain't nobody taking any focus on any of those people. Any of them gives a damn about them whose job Jorgensen. Who the hell you know who the Hell Joe Jurgensen Ain't never heard about this person not never never say that is a huge. That is a huge. That's why I'm saying everyone's looking at Conway. Trump and Biden now. And I'm telling you if the black community or if there are black voters that are just voting for Kanye for the sake that he is Tanya that is the stupidest thing you could ever do or if your home or if you're voting for him, just because he's black is the stupidest thing you could ever do in regards to voting because here's the thing if he's not.

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"jurgensen" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

Natural Curiosity

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on Natural Curiosity

"Welcome welcome. Welcome. We are so happy to have you here today. This is our new ask the expert show. It's the pre show that we've been doing up through. August. Until we can get to September when we have our big launch and were shooting for some really fun people to come in in September. But we're asking the experts again today just between three of US ladies as we're all experts at something and I know. You are too. So we're thankful that you're here today and we look forward to having you at all of our shows when they they're going to be at Wednesday's at noon for the month of August, and then in September, we changed in seven o'clock central time in the evening. So a lot more folks can join us and therefore five minutes shows for thirty minutes. Show here today. So welcome to our wonderful Marian Lesao Hi Maryann. I'll take. Good to be here. This is and our third. The expert on our panel is our dear lovely Eileen Dillon. She's. She's GonNa lead off forest today. Go Eileen. Well. You know it's a really great opportunity to. Give a demonstration of the kinds of things that we can. On this program really the sky's the limit a but. I wanted to ask in everybody's talking about all the terrible things that are happening as a result of the COVID pandemic. So it seems reasonable for us who are out inspiring the world to talk about some of the good things that have accrued during this time to I like the lead off. And of you has a story so who would like to go first? Marian Okay Marian. Well I am. A POLLYANNA I don't apologize for it. I absolutely can find the best even if something really really bad's happening and I and I get sucked in even for a few minutes or a couple of days or maybe even a month, but I can find the good from it, and so I created a group on facebook called natural curiosity because I'm just so curious about everything and then. I thought that's just not quite enough. So I created mindful awareness because we all need to be mindful about what we're looking at who were hanging around with what we're watching on TV because I. Think it makes a big difference when you go to bed at night when you wake up in the morning, if your thoughts are a all the horrible things that are happening, it can really. It can bring you down it can it can make you sad mad. It could cause you to lose your job I literally it's bad news so I want to keep things more positive. So that's that's one of the things that I like to do is to find things to. Okay. What was positive about that? She. She had to mute herself I'm sure there's somebody on the eleventh floor. This is remodeling on their office and it sounds like it's everywhere. Oh my goodness. So I thought the roof was paving. So what's positive about this? Let's let's draw from this. What is positive about this number one it's showing asked. Human Beings. Right. That's something we were talking about before what else? What else can be positive about this against the adrenaline go and Fight or flight? So I don't know if you guys could hear it like I could but I thought really stealing was painting. Yes and. I do love to share the good stuff. So what is? That while the repairing something. So right, the business, the building is going to be better at their downstairs. So you're a you're in a better position. If, they're fixing enough down seriously. That's good. You know your story reminded me yesterday I. I'm taking a course, a marketing course with a man named Christopher guy and he had a guest on this program yesterday Shelly Jurgensen. Jorgensen she's from Idaho she grew up in Idaho and she just She just had A. A conference I guess where people paid an enormous amount of money to go to Ireland to meet together and learn from each other right, which is what they were, what she was telling us about. But she made a really interesting point. She told us that she started out her life as a wife and mother selling potatoes. Right, and then she learned then she learned to market at potatoes two different grocers for she started with like a roadside stand then to market, and now she runs international networking groups. And some of the on the program asked her they said. How is it that you find all these people? How is it that you're involved in this when you used to sell potatoes and she said it all depends on who you hang out with. ICE started hanging out with people who had more influence more money and thought bigger I. Looked for that I said WHO's thinking bigger. How can I stand from Idaho? So she's still in Idaho she has five children and our business partner has six and she's running the two of them are running this international business right in the middle of Kobe. Right. So. Thank you and thank you for the live demonstration of going to the positives wealth. Is Worth. Louis, what's your story? Oh. Okay. My story is that. Since I wasn't outon about since March actually I think I last time I went shopping was the first week of March. My Bank account has swelled. My checking account I have my money coming in each month to my checking account and I mean I looked in there just a few weeks ago. I could not believe how much money was in there. I. Don't normally keep that much money in in my checking account and I have to tell you I'm bragging a little bit. I had enough money to buy my beamer machine because it was in my checking account. I. Hadn't been out there spending at all that time right right and I'm not. Spending. Money on fuel for my rv either I just want to point out that the beamer machine is a is a machine Canada bio. electro-magnetic something another. It's helping you with your health is really important. Yeah. I'm so excited to have that little baby. My Cat even sat on the pad today this morning when I did my sessions so he likes it too because it helps circulation it's a little blood going in the capillaries just which and with the medics as what happens in our hands in our feet they go numb from neuropathy because there's not enough circulation. So this machine is a boon to me, and if anybody wants to know more about it, call me out tell you all about it is. Wonderful do be aware that you have to spend today's training to use it though. Oh, it's online. You. Remind me when you say you haven't been out since March I don't think I've shared that on this program that a a week or so ago I went. To see a doctor that I hadn't seen before and everybody's wearing their masks we're here in California, everybody's wearing a mask and keeping their distance and you can't sit in certain chairs in the waiting room. And I walk in and there's a place where you're supposed to stand because you're not supposed to get too close to the receptionists. And so I stood in that place and their patients all around me and other office workers and I announced to her I have a reservation with. Dr. And she sort of looked at me and I said you better have a comfortable bed Anna clean pillow for me. Everybody just. Everybody dissolved in laughter and. I said, can you believe it? It's been so long since I've been out I think coming to the doctor is a, is it like going on vacation? Love. It happens to the best. So, so this is a positive story from me about about the code and and while I'm with me if I if I may. I just WanNa talk since I also would like functioning as an expert I'd like to tell a little bit about. How am I? T's works. Okay. So I have been a marriage and family therapist, an individual psychotherapist group psychotherapist for fifty years. and. That means I have worked with thousands and thousands of people. I've been a coach for fifteen years. I've been a professional speaker. Since nineteen eighty, four and I have taught parenting consciously and I'm a recovered angry person, which means I'm an expert on emotions, which is why I work with emotional mastery for life. So this is a lot of experience, not only my travails but other people's trails and as I was thinking about this, the what has happened over the years is have realized that we're all human and a lot of follow very similar patterns like with manipulation for example, to same pattern..

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"jurgensen" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

10:23 min | 1 year ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"That can also be upgraded free for the next generation and quote said O Blake Jurgensen and so to boil that down. Because I know I just set a lot and all that was a bunch of numbers and a bunch of Boring Shit Goal that down right has had a bigger year due to life. Service Games right. That's one two plants release fourteen games or the next eleven months right which is big There's going to be additional J. Sports title which I don't believe we've gotten word on you and then E is going to have free upgrades for their current Gen Games on Nexgen titles which are on next. Gen Consoles Which is kind of the Big Hitter. I'd say from the story Gary does any of that. Do Anything for you know. It was very boring. Yeah Fair enough. I about halfway through that By the way. I don't know what my video is. Coming through mirrored on discord. You're actually seeing a mirror image. I did it so that your angled the right way. Oh you want me to be facing the right way. Okay well whatever whatever works for you want me to unmarry. I'm here to serve you Kevin. Whenever you want. I'm just saying you say the word I'll une mirror you know. No no I mean it's it's fine. It's it doesn't make any difference. No that was very boring about halfway through that blessing. You start to sound like the teacher from the peanuts cartoons. Want Walk Wall has made a lot of money okay. What's the next story? See to me. The thing that makes us interesting is one the live service thing right like. How does that affect how he operates going? Forward the idea that they'll over the last year I look at the SIMS. You look at Apex Sports Games and this is this is necessarily something entirely new. Ea them making a lot of money off of live games like that's kind of been the story of their generation But I think with this this year being like one of the more successful years right I think then signals that they're going to stick to this Even with the fourteen games they have announced Over the next eleven months right like I don't I don't necessarily see them. Baking like Like a numerous edge for example. Right it seems like there seems a comfortable spot with the Games. They ha they have been making. You're right I mean. I don't mean to be facetious. Which by the way is one of the early words in the English language that has all the vowels in the correct order. Thought to tell you that was cool. I was really cool. Yeah I mean you can actually divine some things from there so you can actually is going to go with. The money isn't if they're making money in live service. GonNa continue to do that So yeah expect to see more life service games for expect to see them doubling down. It's no surprise in this context. The is trying right. Now to reboot and reinvent anthem exhibiting if they if atom two point Oh can get it right then they cannot. She's not making money at that. They they screwed it up the first time but maybe they can get it right on the first balance and I hope so because I love anthem to be a success. I don't like to see people fail. A someone engaged in the creative arts agonizing. Win Some EPA a lot of work and to Crashes and Burns and if they take another There's nothing we like. More than a good redemption story right so anthem comes back and he's actually great. I know would be more thrilled than not. I think a it would probably be be more throw than May but I would be throat. Full of them And I think you're gonna see that happening because again. A lot live services is way the money is an EA Realizes that as they oversee all because they looking at the numbers the more? They're going to double down again. The question is are they learning how to do? Live service in a better. Why the isn't that doesn't have aggressive. Monetisation the doesn't just an endless loop grind that makes people miserable. They have to find Whiteley. We they haven't learned how to live service right. They've what they've learned is there is gold them doll hills. There is money to be made in live service gaming and so they are gonna go hard into that and so they go heart into it successfully. They are going to have to learn how to do. Live service right. Everyone does no one really knows how to do. Live service right yet. We're getting better at it all the time because it's a new. It's a new form of of gaming We're still figuring out where you know whether what the parameters are and how to do it right and when if you overstep the mark. So they're working on it. I hope they get it right. I like when live service games work and the net good. I really like them. Yeah I think when when when it comes down to live. Servers Games right. And how do we like as process of figuring out that How make those work right like I think for them really comes down to going like each game as unique as opposed to try and trying to treat all live? Live Service Games the same. Because if you look at the frontier which came out a couple of years ago and had that huge controversy with Loop boxes and was really the game. That really likes sparked like the the big uproar in terms of loop boxes and how we treat them and them being predatory Especially the kids. I think you look at you. Look at it battle frontier when you and you and you see that oh it took this from like fourteen team. They took this from right. Your sports titles right and you know you look at something like anthem and it very much seems like. Ea just didn't just didn't doesn't necessarily know how to grapple with this type of life service game right. I kinda got a treat. Everything as individual and everything is unique. I think Because the way that people are going to approach playing a like FIFA is different. From the way you're GONNA approach playing a game like anthem. You can't put out an you can't put out anthem and treat it like it's like it's fine. Expect right the same results I think for like you look at you. Know in the in the talk of Life Service Games and has in their evolution and Kind of where? We're at with with games as a whole right like I look at Games like why look at ubisoft publisher. And I'm like yeah pretty much got things figured out in terms of what a service game means to them like. Just gotTa ten from Gamespot Earlier this week as like an updated review because they figured out there flow flow at that game game. You got a place where it's incredible because Kinda kind of figured out that formula for them. I think they just have to figure out like all right. What is what is our what our core values for us as a business and how we operate in in making our games last a long time and we that doesn't feel predatory And Free I think they have kind of a long way to go before they reach the point where feels like everything is balanced with them Right now it does feel like they are. They often throw things at a wall to see what sticks and anthems one of those things that didn't stick in that leftover very bad taste in people's mouths and by the way I think it's great that's The the review sites going back and revisiting games as they evolve because games games on a static thing anymore. It's not like you know back in the Nintendo Super Nintendo days or whatever you get a cartridge on that game that you bought was going to be the same game for the next for its life. Unlike the cartridge guy would never change now gains of Auburn. They're patched deal see and all kinds of the constantly made like Mike my Guess play Ravers exchange but my guess is that Rainbow Succeed. That you play today is in many ways unrecognizable from the version that came out at launch. So I think it makes sense for the review sites to go back and revisit them give them a score that represents what the game is today and just on the whole live service issue again you write like what works in fever may not work in that. I think there are general principles if figures out for example away to loop boxes that people actually like and doesn't turn off their audience and you can make money doing it. It could be to that. Principle is a universal principle that can be applied to other games. Always yes ultimate team. How do you make that work at? That's not something that can cross over but I do think this is an emergent form of game design. Life Service Games are a new thing and there's all kinds of new game design principles. A new best practices that game designers have to learn to make the live service games. What well and they're looking you know e as looking ubisoft which is looking at activision. And they're all learning from one another in from their own their games that they have inside a their own stable And they're GONNA get they're going to get better at it and I'm excited to see this genre of game evolve the Nino. Biologists writes in two dot kind of funny games. It's like you can't says happy widow Wednesday surprising turn of events. Ea announced that their upcoming Games can be upgraded for free for next GEN systems on the PS five xbox series x now. We know that xbox has they're smart delivery system and this is where we get into my two questions one. Could this be the first sign? That Sony has a similar up their sleeve. Finally with the idea of upgrading Games for free for new consoles. Do you believe that? The idea of a new concept generation. Having having week lineups will be a thing of the past. Now that we'll have our previous our entire previous generations library running better on our current system moving forward particularly particularly with xbox but not But cheap DVD. With Sony. Thanks the biologist. So let's look at that first part of the question I write like could this be because it's the first time that Sony has a similar idea up their sleeve talking about smart delivery. I hope so because I I think what experts has been talking about in terms of smart delivery has been great. I love it. I love the idea. Smart delivery the idea that I can. I can pick up assassin's creed Valhalla for xbox one. But when if when I get my series ex I'm going to have the series it's GonNa it's GonNa automatically upgraded to the beefy aversion play on series X. That's fantastic the fact that we're not gonNA have to buy gains twice. And I think I said this on the show before that is such a gauntlet thrown down by Microsoft at Sony's feet. The Sony kind of has to pick it up. You know. There's going to be a battle. Not just. This is just going to be a battle of tech specs teraflops in the new generation. It's going to be about quality quality of life what what's was the experience actually like on this platform and if xbox one say hey you can buy one copy of all. Halla and it will work on xbox one and series x over a playstation. You've got to buy on. Ps four and then rebuy has five. That's a major major advantage. The XBOX has over Sony so I think Sony had the they'll they'll come up with their own. You know a trademark name for it but yeah I think they have to match that move..

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"jurgensen" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"I'm not gonna it was it was the way I would describe it as you know, typical marvel. Yes, it wasn't over the top ridiculous. But it wasn't as maybe dry. I guess is ant, man, which maybe I just liked the dryer, because it's more like to real life in a sense. I don't know. But it was okay. I mean, I'm not gonna I'm not gonna faulted for. I think it runs the average of what a marvel movie of what you would expect from marvel. Right. The other thing have you seen the dawn wall. No. And I saw the trailer for it, and I actually told I was trying to get and to get it from the library for me, but they don't have it yet. So we're, we're still. It's on Netflix. Is it Netflix? Yeah. That's why I watched it. Okay. I got to watch it there. Yeah I watched it yesterday. So it's on Netflix. Cool. I'll watch it. So here's the cool thing, though. So free solo we talk about quite a bit. Yes. The done wall was released. Septe-. Member fourteenth, twenty eighteen free solo was released the following week and September. Twenty eighth eighteen. Like what is that? And he's and he's in the movie he's in free solo. Yeah. So I thought it was hilarious. But, but the other guy Alex hanalei or Holland. No honolulu. Or something? Yeah. He's, he's not in the dawn wall free, Don. All right. Yeah. He's the main guy in free solo that does the free climb. Well, the free solo the other guy does free climbing. It's so confusing. Essentially, the quick dirty of it is he's he's charting in new route of first ascent up the done wall that no one's ever done before. And it's he and this other guy Kevin Jurgensen that kinda just calls them out of the blue Ince's. Hey, you might need some help climbing. And the guy's like, yeah, I'll meet you semi in a little while. And they just kinda show up and start climbing this thing for like six years. You know it's ridiculous. They live on the wall. They show pictures of him like pooping in a bag on the side of the platform on the side of the mountain. See, and that's exactly what I wanted to see and free solo. I told you that I was like, how do they poop there? Well, they show you like literally, you know, putting it in the bag and everything it's nasty. But I think it was it was cool. The opening story like just blows your mind like, wait, this really happened. You know there's a few twists this too has relationship stuff going on. You know, I don't know somehow women and climbers and their, their issues like, you know, impervious, well, you know, they seep into the climbing world, you know, but, but I would say though Tommy Caldwell the guy in the done wall. He's not as endanger from his woman being around. The Alex dude when his woman's around like the robot starts malfunctioning. But, but no. It's cool though. And just all the drama, I won't tell you about other things because you're watching, and you're like what the heck? Well, that's what I. That's what I did. I did watch the trailer. Did you see the trailer for? Yeah. I saw the trailer. I thought the trailer gave too much away. I think you know, like the finger the finger. I don't mind the fingers. No. But that was a giveaway. Yeah. But I thought all the where were they what what country is? Oh, Kirgiz land, Dan, Kirghistan. I didn't think you need to go into all that detail. Yeah. I know. I mean just too much like like save save. That, that's a juicy bit. That would have been fine. Like I think there was enough intrigue in the trailer about a dad taking a six-year-old son climbing. Oh, it's, it's incredible. That, that to me that was enough. You know that, and then seeing some of the climbing, and they fall a lot, that's all they do. When there's when there's ropes you just take all these new take like one hundred more chances than the free solo guys. They're like leaping. You know, like ten feet and they miss, and then start over. They start banging up against that rock. Yeah, breaking ribs. And I know it's unbelievable. All right. So that's a bus watch. I will definitely watch that. But one thing I want to say though, and then we'll move on is they fall so much. And the force of the falls the thing that, I mean, I get it the ropes are dynamic, and all this stuff. But the thing that would freak me out the most is at will point does the anchor come out of the to the rock, you know. Yeah, right. Yeah. Like it hits hits it hits hits hits over and over and over and over. And it's like at some point, it's got to weaken it. Yeah, I don't know. But anyway, they break in little chunks of the Rockoff, man. Yeah. You're right. They did give too much away forgot about it. I saw the trailer wealth back, but I saw the trailer today. I was like. Do I need to see the movie? I don't know. I guess it's going to be more this. But I, I the tensions some of the tensions. It's gonna be it's gonna be this guy going up and falling going up falling for like an hour and a half. But I, I will say, I can't wait hopefully there's another season of documentaries now because there should be a climbing documentary with Bill hater you You know. know. Climate. Would be amazing where he's like, yeah. Free soloing, but I don't know how they would do, but that would be okay. I gotta watch this now documentaries now. Definitely. It's on. It's on the list. It's on the list. All right. It's all all standalone. So I will I will give you like the top five. Yeah. Send it to, you know, slack it to me or we could talk about it later. But cool, and that's cool. Yeah. They they're just doing their thing, although that would be so good for like in the winter indoor trainer workouts. 'cause indoor trainer we're it's like an hour. You know. All right. Let's let's start with the documentary. Oh, I don't know how you say. Let's start like slow. Maybe would you say Honey land is slow. Yes. I was going to say, we're talking so much documentaries. Let's start with the documentary. So you consider this, I guess it's documentary one hundred percent documentary. Yeah. Yeah. So would you keep these? Yeah. I would love to keep some bees. So I'm out the other day. Well, this is last Sunday. I'm going, I'm going down to Allama beach, and to get to Allama beach. You have to go over a mountain pass. It's not a big one, but it's I mean it's a twenty five hundred feet or something like that. It's, it's, it's big enough coming from more or less sea level. Yeah. And I get to the top of the of the of the past of the climb, and there's a truck with beekeepers, and they just pull in and they have all the b- boxes on the back of this truck that they're going to start doing because there's like farms in the area. So I. Ride down to the beach. I do my thing there because. Hello. I'm a beach is like you know, as they call it world famous, you know, but they get down there, and there's like you get Allama burgers all this stuff. I just go used a bathroom and fill my water and leave. But anyway, so I come Ryan back. I write up the pass from the beach side. Now as I'm writing up. I ride through a swarm of bees. Wow. Bees, like crazy by the thousands there bouncing off. I didn't get stung because I got stung about two weeks before that. But I didn't get stung thankfully. But man, I mean, I'll tell you when bees are doing their thing and hitting and running into, you know, there is some force behind those little buggers. Really? It's like when you're like pelted with bees. And they're just bouncing off trying to go wherever they're just following the swarm, you know. Yeah, I'll tell you freak out mode. I'm just all I thought was, and I'm swatting and I'm like. And I'm just like pedal, just trying to get out of there and they just moved on. Like I said they didn't. They didn't sting me. Fortunately, but, but okay, let me ask you another question. Yes, you would keep bees. But would you do the beekeeping without gloves? Well, I don't know like the smoke and I don't know what I would definitely start with the whole suit and all the netting and everything. And then see where it goes. You know, like I'm sure after a while you, you know, you start getting callous, I don't know. I would definitely start with all the gear. And then, you know strip it away as as time went on. Why would you want to keep these? I think these are important. I spent a lot of money on Honey Honey Honey is expensive. It is, especially the good Honey, though. I mean yeah, you get cheap Honey. It's like yeah. Okay. Sure. And it's like sugary. And you know. But know that good Honey, though, like good, clove Honey or something, man. That's right with the wax inside of it or something. Yeah. No, you're right. That is expensive. And, you know that you could see that this stuff is the good, Honey. Like obviously. Yeah. Straight from the source. It's like wild Honey, where does it take place from or in? Do you know I do not know what country? I didn't do that much research. I thought the visuals on this were so amazing. And, and like, the, the dynamics of the very few words, there's very few words in this, but it's just a visually impactful trailer. It has a lot of critical acclaim. You know, the most awarded Sundance movie of the air, you know. Right. So it has that it has that lofty cinematic feel to it. And then it feels like it has an important subject matter and kind of a stand in for the whole ideas of, you know, nomadic and respect for the elements respect for the. The things that you have to coal and maintain as opposed to just like slashing and burning kind of, you know, like you could tell that there's there is a without giving too much away. Like the what's it called the dawn wall, right trailer this one this one left a lot up to the imagination. But it but it intrigued me at every turn, and she was teaching her children, how to do it. And she's like only half you only Denver take half. And then, you know you hear that the balances being thrown off by other beekeepers, or other people. And you know, it's like it's this one little old ladies job to defend the colonies of the fleeting colonies of bees, touched on a ton of stuff. I wanted to talk about to just the first thing, which doesn't really take long is the, the little dialogue as you mentioned. I like that, too. I mean it was it was more of a visual and you got so much out of the visual. As far as exactly what you're saying..

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"jurgensen" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Monterey Bay Aquarium. They have taken this genome and published the findings in the proceedings of the National Academy academy of sciences and the results reveal that it has a huge genome. It's one and a half times larger than the average than than a human genome. And it has lots of jumping genes in these linear interspersed, non random transpose on's or elements, and it's also. There are lots of areas of very specific DNA sequence change positive selection. And the genes that seemed to be changing help to keep the genome for mutating. A little ironic there. But you know, the the what these what this gets at is. There's this hypothesis that very large animals elephants sharks. Is large animals don't tend to get cancer. And why is that why is it that they are not prone to cancer? We get cancer all the time. And what's so different about these really large animals? I mean, sharks can get cancer. But they the great white shark can't get cancer. But it's really not common. And part of the reason is that they have defense mechanisms within the genome to counteract the accumulation of damage to DNA more data more data management required survey. We're going to hear that again. Yeah. Just needed a way to manage all of that data, and he got good at it sharks. Are I looked at? I knew it was a crazy number four hundred million years old. That is a lot of genetic. Conservation over the years. Right. But the fact that this positive selection, which means these areas of the genome are changing a lot to maintain the integrity of the entire genome. Right. Want this change to happen? Yeah. So the to maintain the stability. So so, okay. If this is an interesting thing because what comes first like in our our sharks sharks because for for so long because of this management. Because everything is just as a volved as anything else on the planet today. We all had a starting point go and everything is just as Volve, but lots of mutation it in different ways and evolved in various forms more. So than the shark, and is it perhaps partly due to assist them like this that is conservative. Yep. Researcher, Dr Salvador Jurgensen siege. Senior research scientist at Monterey Bay Aquarium was part of the study says decoding the white shark genome is providing science with a new set of keys to unlock lingering mysteries about these feared and misunderstood predators. Why sharks have thrived for some five hundred million years longer than almost any vertebrate on earth? There are other adaptations that are also really cool. They have a lot of genes that are involved in wound healing pathways. So it these these gene adaptations may explain some of the abilities of sharks to survive and even heal from some pretty pretty damaging wounds. And they've just started digging into the into the genome, which is the exciting part. There's a lot more that we can learn and the interesting thing is maybe there there are genes within the genome that can be used to aid in human health later. And also, you know, it's not it's it's the sharks can help humans..

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"jurgensen" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Hearing a coach wants say. He care whether people like, you, I hope not because if you want to be liked don't coach that's exactly like depends on it depends on who you will be like. Is your mother and father? What were inbound near sideline? Hold a seven point lead in the basketball with fourteen forty five left to play. Kamar Baldwin on the outside hands offer Jorgensen now up top retired little we've up on top comes back down to the nearside, dick man Fowler hands. Back the Baldwin steps into a seventeen footer. No good from the right? Go has the rebound. Fall into his laptop ahead, but Quan strives to shop black Rabih high Baldwin short Chow gets the rebound on. Mclaren fires at three. Good right now. Real good. Got cure. He's healthy. Predator kid about is the fact that these competitive he's got nineteen in the game is team back within four is Butler comes into the four quarter Jorgensen driving to the foul shot. No, good rebound taken down by hausky. Georgetown feel run coming right now for the Hoyas McLaughlin shot. He tried to three and rhythm on the break. He's one of those kids that never saw a shot that he didn't like you liked that about him. 'cause you don't wanna poke confidences somebody. Telling foolish you should take this out. Bother passing around the perimeter Jorgensen goes far side of the floor one touch Baldwin at Alex Fowler back in an ongoing ban on the left block kick back outside Jorgensen, a three a got it. Welcome back to DC all Jorgensen, the former George Washington, colonial. He's got ten points on the day. When you gotta get out fast. These guys because they are able to McClellan hitting them, Georgetown. But you gotta definitely get out on Butler seven point ballgame McLaughlin with the ball is left. Tip comes around the screen on top driving into the paint. Shot is good. He's taking over the Wadi one point style for the freshman from gate city Virginia. The average is thirteen. He's got his team back within five. Had a whistle off the ball. Now as Butler comes into the forecourt volley. He's got the call to Josh LeBlanc is going to get called for the foul for Georgetown. But again, the referees who established the fact that that's how going to call it early in the game, and you have to adjust that you play. Guardrail. You want do the referee's not gonna change the coal, slow blogs. I teams v. Butler with three team fouls here early in the second half and Butler will inbound from right in front of Lavalle, Jordan. And the BULLDOGS bench. Jurgensen's shot is good. And he is real feel at kind in a little bit down the court. Well, take a picture. Sure could say this is the guy is still in the scores. Clog outside. Here's the guy who's doing the scoring for the team wearing grey crossover dribble. Great take at a great dish off shot. No, good Johnson. Missed remain close. Clogged set him up but Johnson missed from enclosed. Now Jorgensen throws for Baldwin. They come back through near for badly back to Baldwin driving right baseline, cross-court, Jorgensen three pointer. No, good rebound for go van for Georgetown. And this is the pace the young Georgetown players right up and down quick pace. Applaud step back. Three pointer is no good rebound falls into the lap of mixed German through Butler up ahead. Jorgensen driving into the paint. Throws back behind Baldwin says, hey, we're gonna slows doubt that I like to bowl Embiid. Oh. Go get caught in the music. He's driving inside. And you're gonna get a foul. Call on the drive to the hoop and apparently be on the clung. Which the crowd can't believe through expect them to leave? He will be called for that personal his second team six than it brings us to another time out on the floor. How do you like the referees? Officiate depends on whether they call everything about what? Eleven forty one left to go here in the ball game. It's Butler fifty eight Georgetown's fifty one. You're listening to NCAA basketball on Westwood One. Would.

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"jurgensen" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"In six years since avert has been around. But you only need to listen to one the latest one to get caught up on everything in tech. News virtue is on apple podcasts. Spotify everywhere else who listen to podcast, check it out. We also got another Email from we adjacent from Germany, and we had Glenn from Denmark, Glenn Ellis board Jorgensen Jurgensen. I don't know. How exactly how they said your Gibson? It's the why you'll been. He said first of all, I just wanna tell you doing a great job with the podcast. I've been a regular listener for more than year. But unfortunately, I can't join in live as it's the middle of the night here while thanks Glenn will give you pass on on that we understand. Basically, he says in this this one I'm gonna leave to you, John because you probably I have some some notes on this player. But you know, you you're you said you were excited to kind of talk about this as a Dane of very excited about the draft prospect in I is it jolted guilty for volt. Yeah. Guard from Arkansas, do you think they're any chances. He's going to end up with the Bengals I will say this from my notes, and I'll let you talk pretty extensively about him, John. He's kind of a he was a four star guy in college going into college. It sounds like he's very athletic. And he's got some nice skill sets. He's like he's strong. But it doesn't always translate to the field type of thing. If that makes sense. And he it sounds like he's made some big improvements in terms of from like when he started playing football for Arkansas about twenty sixteen to now, it still seems as if he might be a round five or later type of guy based on some stuff that I'm I've been reading, but I'd like to hear your take on him, John. Yeah. So even me that the guy who does a lot of offense aligns the I have a guy that kinda tells me about offense align prospects, his name's Ryan you can follow him on Twitter at Royal red legs. You probably won't like me plug in his name because he's a movie guy doesn't always talk about lime. But he's a guy that. Ryan introduced me to. I think is his first name and he played with Frank right now, the Senator from Arkansas who was linked to the Bengals a lot. He played next in last year. And then he also fought actually did play a pinch of center this year. And he said just pop is tape on you'll see like three or four pancakes in the first two minutes doesn't what game watching all right, dude? And legit. I watched the first two and a half minutes against Colorado state when his center, and he pancake like four guys in the first quarter. And it's like the torque the lower body drive. The pop that he that he has either reach blocks down blocks. It's extremely evident in some guys. You can tell you know, like some guys need bench forty times at the combine some guys can can swallow up. This guy has actual strings and places like that that does translate to the field, and I think he's athletic enough to make those angle blocks. But when he's got his hands on you like, it's it's over. And he told me he told me what his name. Oh, yeah. Hero. His or. Or something. Right. I it literally means hero hero that. So like, obviously a first round name. Lee Jackson the first round. But he's got extremely good tape. And I think you're right. It it it did get better over time. As like the more. He kinda learning kind kinda integrated with the system he played against this competition. Obviously rag was a good player. Coming Arkansas any kinda has the similar traits. Played love guard. Like, I said a little the center, but I think he's I think he's a good prospect in like you said if you can find them in that fourth or fifth round, I think he's a definite body that you bring into camping maybe potentially compete for that right art spot because I think he's got a feature in this league as as as a spot starter just as rotational backup that gives you a lot of of scheme versatility. But has those qualities that you just simply cannot develop in, you know, a guy who has all the measurable in the talent..

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"jurgensen" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jurgensen" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Drew Brennan drill your area? All right. In the Don wall, the dawn wall unfamiliar with this one when Tommy Caldwell wait seven days for Kevin Jurgensen to finish pitch. Fifteen. So they can go on and finish the climb together. The joint emotion they both show. And let out was an amazing moment. My heart jumped for the both of them had free solo this year. There's another movie about free climbers that I was not familiar with either. But it's out there, I know on itunes finally real quick Michael Brodie road in or you hear Michael we had we had to get into mention of blind spotting. Now, Michael are you aware that you know, we have a segment on the show called blind spotting and the overall you actually wrote in the final wrap scene to the cop from film spotting. So you had film spotting on the brain. But I knew what you meant. And I wanted to get into mentioned that film because so many people wrote in and said, I can't believe guys. I haven't talked about this film. I finally did after we got through all the tough ten stuff. Sadly, that's when I finally got a chance to watch that film. Very good. You guys were all right to recommend blind spotting there and. With that. I think we are ready to get into our scenes of the year, and we are going to continue with the annihilation love, and this actually is a scene. Yeah. This is the scene that end Jelica picked for her scene of the year, and she's not here, but we can hear her great words. She wrote a really smart and eloquent review of this film. And she says this about this scene, which is the bare scene. She says still strapped to chairs and unable to defend themselves. Women watch as deform bear like creature enters the home. It's face mostly skeletal dripping with blood. It moves between the chairs spiffing at the air when it opens its Mada bellow. It isn't an animal's voice speaks with but castles from its unhinged. Uneven jaws comes her voice during the final moments of her life terrified crying for help aware of certain. Let's see..

Michael Brodie Tommy Caldwell Drew Brennan Kevin Jurgensen Jelica seven days