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"kevin kevin rose" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

12:31 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kevin rose" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"One hundred eighty degrees for twenty five minutes dude. I do one hundred and eighty degrees for twenty five minutes. Who'd unless it's one hundred and ninety one hundred eighty eight then? I'll do twenty but yeah I do twenty five at one hundred and eighty so seems to me. The sweet spot. You know. I've been doing it every single day of the quarantine because I have a son in my house. Do you have on in your house. We were in our office just home off. It's like it's like well. It's not in our home but it's yeah just next door so we've got that literally you're not gonNA believe this like like three hours before shelter in place was putting putting California. I mean I couldn't believe it. Well we we had ours done just a few months before I mean it was just. I was thinking God if we didn't have this in the house and you couldn't go anywhere. Luckily we have one here so I could use the one this year. But it's a godsend manages. Everything's a game changer. It's a game changer. And I've been doing so I haven't had a warm shower sense since the shelter in place since I got my I I. It's amazing like I do. I don't want to make people feel bad. Look I went a long time without Asana. I know what it's like. I was doing hot baths and we can talk about. It is but there is something about the sauna and the cold bath the culture. Sorry the cold shower that is just it is game like I'm so much more relaxed and this is like I think I've told you the story. The whole reason I got interested in the sauna was because I was graduate school doing it like every day and I was like this is amazing. I am so much less stressed. I am like calmer more relaxing. I'm your something's happening so I was like into the not. Even all the muscle and all the cardiovascular mimics cardiovascular exercise really has a big difference in my cardiovascular activity it's been shown to New People. There's a study this was I think very loukine. And WHO's a friend of mine? Just he's like the best the leader and Santa Research and Finland. He published a study where they looked at Cardiorespiratory fitness and Cardio I think Cardi other cardiovascular disease risk markers in people that were physically fit physics. Sorry physically active plus the sauna or just physically active. So so phys ed just on a alone. So physical activity was like the king so like if you compare physical activity alone to Sano alone. Physical activities the best improving cardiovascular health saunas also good sauna and physical activity together. We're better than the physical activity alone which I was like yet. That's what you want. I don't remember that was like you're you're asking me like six months ago or more but that's what you want right like you want like you like. I'm already physically active. You're more physically active than me. And so but that's what you want is like the combination makes a big difference. Once I started doing during the lockdown one of the things I noticed the runs that do the last hill is fucking brutal and I always finish on this last hill but now I've been able to run that last hill the last hill. It's like a market difference when I hit the hill. I'm like wow. This is crazy either. I'm getting better shape and I know I am for sure but it's also I gotta think the Sauna has a big impact because it feels like I'm on a drug. It feels like I'm on. I don't know what he feels like. But I would imagine it would feel something like this increased. Cardiovascular benefit is very noticeable totally totally. I mean there's been some small studies looking at. You're talking about performance enhancements. There's been some small studies showing that particularly with endurance. That there is a performance enhancement. I think it was cycler. Maybe it was running running and cycling. Never measured your heart rate during it so yes. So here's the thing with that like at first. I was like terrified to do that. Because I didn't want to ruin my apple watch you like ruined her and like Kevin Kevin Rose was like no. Just put your hand on. I do all the time and like like he's the Tech Guy. So I'm like Kevin Rose tells me I can take my Apple Watch hot frigging. Casanova do it right so you know my heart rate it it can get up to like one twenty but the thing is is that there is adaptation. That happens. So you're basically like you. You're you're becoming adopted and so your heart rate doesn't increase as much like over time and I'll be I'll be honest. I stopped wearing my watching there so not measuring my heart rate anymore. Together whoops trap. The trap was no problem at all. Yeah The H. O. P. One I'll have one sent to you all right there. One of the sponsors the podcast but I love it. I would love to have something to measure it without having to take my watching there because I don't like setting like it's the measures it really well and it'll give you could actually market down as an activity and show you where your heart rate's. You had a mountain of data. It's really good cool. Yeah let me I also great for sleep shows. You like really accurate sleep. It actually has a sleep. Coach built in so it shows you. How much sleep you got. How much recovery. Recovery's out and what you need and it'll even tell you you know. Hey you should go to bed since you beginning up at six o'clock in the morning you should by ten tonight Nice. Have you noticed in effect? So I've been doing this on a everyday starting as a week because I would do it every day but I got to have more time with my son but have you noticed an effect on your sleep at all relaxed deal. You need more sleep like you know like when you're working out hard like sometimes require lake more more sleep. Yeah yeah boy when I do squats for sure anytime. We do lunges and squats heavy leg days. I'm Zombie for two days. And like if I have a particularly intellectually challenging podcast. I'll skip leg days because I know I'm just going to be too stupid. I've done it before. Coming to my. I can't form weird's what's not if you see what I'm doing this weird. There is a study that linked on there was a link between like leg strength and cognitive function. As very strong like the more strength you had like the improve. It was like some kind of crazy number two. Yeah it just makes sense that if you have more legs strength that means you're doing more activity that means you get more blood flow that means you. Everything's probably because it's such an enormous part of your body when you look at your musculature. The large percentage of it is from the waist down. And when I do When I'm doing legwork like doing most of what I'm doing is kettlebells but I'm doing lunges and presses squats and all these different things with heavy kettlebells. So it's like a lot of weight that your muscles are pushing. Dan Is always trying to get me to do squats. Like I don't know what backing when I was in Grad School is doing squads and I was using the stuff and then I was doing. I guess what are they called Lake presses? Yeah and I like injured myself and in this Scottish Cup. What's the other one that's like Skydeck? There's another atticus is a nerve that comes from your is like right here. Yes well you know what from though. I don't know what I I don't know what it is calling bull SCIATICA. Most of the time. What you're getting is your lower back. You're having your disks or protruding and your disk herniation of the disc or if you have a bulging disc it's pushing against your nerve and that's sending that pain down usually your but in India back your leg in along those lines right. Is that what you were getting paid? Only it doesn't go into my leg. It's just like this like right. Yeah Yeah Yeah that's it. That's a lot of times you think it's that area but it's not it's your back and it's your back with the disc pushing into the nerves. Have you had an MRI? Now you should have an MRI. Because I'm here to squat. Looks like every time I do that I get a flare up and it's like I'm sure amount. Well there's other things you can do to strengthen that area but first of all there's a machine called reverse hyper it's fantastic. We're I hyper out outside. I'll show it to you but it was created by this guy. Louis Simmons from Westside Barbell. He's a he's a genius he's given US A. He gave us new platform to. It's amazing to what does that think call. Jamie it belt. Squat Belt Squat. I love this thing because you wear a belt and the wait is actually pull the weight behind you. I'll show how how it works before but you're on this platform and all the weight is on this belt instead of on your shoulders so you can have like two hundred and fifty pounds or whatever it is but it's all being carried see. That's that's the thing right there the machine but that's yeah that's similar to what we have but the machine that we have is a little bit more complicated but the point is this guy comes out in pictures of females doing only guerrillas big giant youth. But the the reverse hyper the reason why it's so special is forget about this. For a second hand there's a girl using that That is more primitive version. The one that we have out there the new one that Westside Barbell Cintos is just a cable to come to the floor and the weights are actually behind you and it carries you carrying all the weight on your hips with strengthens the legs without putting a load on the back. Which is fantastic. I like that for that. So you can get all the legwork. You get from squats. But you don't get the pressure on the disks and then the reverse hyper is machine that he actually invented Lou. Simmons invented it because he had a herniated disk and the doctors are telling them. Hey we have to operate on you because you have this compressed disk and so he's a very smart guy and he knows so much about physical fitness and weight training hit. That's Louis Right. There he came up with this machine so he said well listen if if something compressed something can decompress it so he came up with this machine. This machine reverse hyper does on the lift. Its strengthening the lower back muscles. But then as you drop it down it's swings low and it actively de compresses of your disks. Wow be so scared that's GonNa aggravate you. Trust me first of all you can do it with no wait the first you can do it at first with no wait. And that's a lot people are when I introduce people to have. I do no wait but for me. It's been a giant game changer. So I do that. And then there's another thing by teeter teeter makes his decompression decks. It's called the DAX ex and from that you hang from the waist you like strap your I have that outside as well you strap your ankles into it and you hang from the ways. And it just all your. That's there so with that. That lady right there in that image. She's holding onto those handles. And that's how you get yourself down but once you get yourself down you just relax and all of your weight other guys doing it. They're all your weight is decompressing the spine so it stretches a spine out decompress it and it gives you a lot of relief so between those two particular pieces of equipment the reverse hyper and this decks to which which I fucking love that thing yeah. Dax too and that's when I get home gym. Yeah that's made by teeter. Teeter has two things that are really cool. It has those inversion tables which are great for you. Know the same thing you're hanging by your ankles and it's decompressing spine but I actually prefer this product from them because this completely isolates lays the back and you're not pulling on your knees and your ankles when you're decompressing it's all just decompressing the back and also you can do leg extensions and a bunch of you see people doing dips and other exercises from the The teeter but it's a great machine and it's just really specifically good for back. Health lower back health decompressing in and even strengthening it. Because you can do those back extensions so you hook yourself into it and you just lift your scared to do. But it shouldn't be. It shouldn't be scared to do it. Because that's what's going to protect. That area was going to protect that areas muscle and strength and also flexibility. That would be just incredible guarantee you. It's GonNa work because I'm so like the whole time. I had a gym membership. Or It's been like on Pas but the whole reason my head one sonnet. I'm scared to do like I do free. Weights free weights. And I'll do that but like I'm just scared of machines that get you a trainer. That's what I need to need. Because so many people fucked themselves up trying to do things on their own did and now..

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"kevin kevin rose" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

11:49 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kevin rose" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Surgical robots threaten the skin cell. This one stays sell it because it's not tied into any of the core. Businesses like drones are interesting. Staying because mapping its data gathering. It is mostly mapping I think that's important and I think loon is important for Internet but verily I'm not into plus they just. They got health data now. I don't even remember barely diabetes detecting contact land. Did they have an anti-aging effort to know there is an well. Maybe that is that under early. There is a big anti aging. Like but this was also Larry Page never oh good at fibrillation. What's that what's that? You got a dog skin in that game do are they. Is it Leumi. Leumi Buy Pampers. Yes what is that the diaper that senses yes connected diaper connected diaper. Does it analyze the data. Now let's you know when I the way that is the future penalizing toilets Is definitely the future of medicine verb surgical and this might not be the one but they definitely Had A larry doesn't want to die at project. You can count that one to kill. Can't kill it that's the problem it's GonNa live forever. Alright is a good one sidewalk lamp can keep it for sure. That's all business Ronald from it and Kathy got the are kill it kill it at this is what you'd kill it. So it does with. The exception of government is always government. Businesses are tough and they're gonNA always inside controversy with the public and with your employee base. You don't get a lot of money out of them. Google is historically terrible at making user friendly products government stuff has to be very user friendly look at IBM's like contracts business. So I sell the sucker in a heartbeat. WHOA tough ruth? Tough blaming harsh. We should get Kevin. Kevin rose in here because he was at Google ventures he might still be Google ventures and he probably has a better idea stuff. 'cause this is tough without a piano. I'll beyond speaking of capital G. and GV or their ventures such deep Ma. Oh absolutely okay Yeah he's not going anywhere. I think you have to the future. Yeah definitely Calico I think that was the keep very alive. Business wasn't wasn't it the anti-ageing yes. I think you could kill that to get killed because Larry really interested in this. What especially Stacy's view access? What is that business? So that had a big impact at actually lowered fiber costs in places where it went in. But Qiu realize it was horrifyingly horrifyingly expensive. I still think I think with five G. and news spectrum facility I think they should keep keep it because I think they can actually deliver broadband in more places for less and compete and it's such an essential part of all of their businesses. It says that they should keep it in keep researching ways to do a better. I would have assumed with all of the money. Google has It would be the bigger player to help. Get Roy Roy areas. That's the old days already decided not to do that. What is dead can never die? This is this died already years a couple of years ago. Google basically stop putting in Cyber. Yeah ended anywhere but I keep it because they have a responsibility existing customers. Well they also yeah. They built their own infrastructure. And I think they're waiting because technology changed in the middle. So in in the middle of their deployments they won realize they're cheap fiber plans. Were not working out but two we saw five CI coming on the horizon and microwave so they own web pass remember and so they so I think what they're doing is probably waiting a hot second or five years. And you're going to see them redeploy with a wireless strategy. That's my hunch. That's my hope to Israel. Thank you for this episode of Your This by the way just in from the Google Fiber pressroom. They've decided to stop selling one hundred gigabit and only sell the GIG. I mean the hundred megabit and only sell the gigabit. So you this. This confirms what you were saying Stacy which is that. The low speed pay plans are money. Losers it's seventy bucks a month and you'll get a GIG I wonder though if this is a business. I think they've already kind of decided not to pursue Assu this now they're saying they're GIG. Once he made the infrastructure investment fiber just runs itself. You just kind. Well it's not a little bit. I mean the big the big money is in deployment and so the big investments in deployment so keeping it operational make sense you. He might see them. I mean which himself municipality. I don't think so. I think that this was probably cheap. In fact it might not even be a money loser. They probably make their money back. So you know they're the money's already sunk it's the cost of retrenching and putting it all in but if think about it this way to now you have these interesting test markets. Where if they come up with some kick ass service they could actually deploy something really interesting? Start Yeah and pushing the carriers to deploy more are so. I think it's kind of like a bird in the hand like your Wireless Strategy Stacey. I like I like that too. I take the five gene so on so the the alphabet homepage is ridiculous. NCUA doesn't list any of these ventures whatsoever it's only one page pleasant investors page and it still has leary's letters starting alphabet because behind you remember the URL XYZ ABC ABC Xyz. I knew I knew they had acute. Where do we classify google domain business? Because that is ridiculously silly. Sounds depend upon it. I love it. I guess there's really we don't know the answers to these questions. Not only because we don't have the peon pundits that we were supposed to make up answers answers instead of the more importantly we don't really know what the new Google I'm gonNA guess there's going to be kind of Google. What its priorities will be what Senator Pichai will take? What Directional Take Alphabet in Here's my my guess is I saw a chart. I forget who put it up of of diversity of revenue and and you know he's been ninety eight percent advertising now. I think it's down to low eighties. I think diversification of Revenue Amazon is much better shape diversify versus revenue across the hosting business advertising now Google's awfully depending upon advertising still does advertising industry. It's not a bad position to be. Lord Snow's right but I think that that that's a risky position. What makes it risky if they own it and pretty much to standard Because I think that's why I went to thing. Yeah I went to a thing at A few weeks ago with Off The record dinner so we'll be right was it but with like five brands there okay. and three pundits like me and The host of a company that services. Those brands and I was there was. I'll be blunt nihilism to these guys Where they really care about quality they really care about news they really care about the things? We thought there might be a little bit. Just be nice enough line. They were honest what they said was or they do what they do care about. Is They have their direct relationships with their customers. They don't need advertising. I think advertising as a field is going to decline. That's my answer high. That hurts or knows our business media. But what do you do if you're a startup or you're a young company you'll have relationship you're still you're still going to have advertising but it's it's not it's going to be on the decline is almost a different problem so let's say let's say you didn't say but let's say it's proctor and gamble established brand. I actually give you an example from Kimberly Clark Kimberly Clark Clark. Okay fine so they okay I are. They Pampers Your Lips. I can't remember which diapers there's but they've I mean they're they've yeah so what they've started doing is they've created a diaper delivery kind of lake. There used to be one. I can't think of diapers come And what they're doing. They've they've found the parents the sell them stuff directly. They've cut out the middleman and they love it. They don't have to advertise to these and that's their model not not for everything. But they're not going to see everything there in an unusually bad market because everybody grows out of pampers so how do they. How did they have to get new customers every few two years? How do they get those new customers by ailing lists? They do deals with hospitals. They do deals with website. They they they buy websites for pregnant mothers which is a marketing costs? But but that's that A lot of a lot of the advertising world working on this media companies with group goes directly to commerce Your buzzfeed is just frigging brilliant at direct commerce. And they're not just doing it for their own products like they're they're tasty stuff. They're they're doing other things for other companies so that's a form of advertising. You could argue. Yes but what the holy grail. Is You have a direct relationship. I Love Stacy's example because it's also an annuity business for a few years. Her example is good but I still miss LaPorte. I think about those smaller companies that people that are just getting started the ten person by so they'll buy direct marketing links. I actually was talking to a small company company. They are a tiny company building their lease with Roland. I think and they are doing smart home thing. They're doing The Google targeted as re targeting retargeting is their biggest sales. So they've bought basically lists and they're doing the re targeting and that but that's small all that's in the advertising world like a company like Kimberly Clark or proctor and gamble they spend. I mean those are the ones you want right you. You don't want the tiny little startup. Who are buying penny old? I'll tell you who does want him and they're sitting right there in the in the house built by them is the twit network Because your your your Casper and you start on twit You build up and then unfortunately and sadly you go to TV and spend a bloody fortune right but look at all. Those companies. The built direct relationships with consumers Harry's which I use all these they all move on From central once they start up they They get that relationships. You you gotta you gotTa have some way to prime the pump. But I think he's probably right wants the pump is primed and flowing. You're probably good. Yeah as I said it in Google Google do or another book. I can't remember what advertising failure you fail a lot but but in an ideal your customers sell you people find you on your own. You don't spend anything on marketing. You need to advertise when that fails announced failing less less. So if you look at the stock market the stock.

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"kevin kevin rose" Discussed on Deadcast

Deadcast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kevin rose" Discussed on Deadcast

"And i eat it it's that's very that's like the coolest shit in the world like we briefly had like raspberries growing in her backyard and like i as like a seven year old is like a fucking died and gone to heaven like i've covered in little like pokes firmware i'd gotten the you know the stickers on me but i was going in there raspberries everyday oh yeah i took the kids the main last summer and we would go up mountains not bike take two or anything like that look like in acadian stuff in there yeah yeah and there are blueberry bushes top of these mountains in the kids were like holy shit yeah like just unlike unlike making a basket with the with their shirt tail and put it in putting a bunch of blueberries in there and stuff like that and like it actually occupied the in made them look forward hikes in a way that would never be able to get them to look for dogs and any other if you were i don't know you want your kids to grow up to be like me but i'm i'm living proof you could get the age forty in still have the same mentality where they're concerned like my inlaws clown me relentlessly for that shit because like everywhere i go and the gulf of blueberries and they're like yeah man they're everywhere like you're you're in new jersey eighty i know but i get i get excited their free they're delicious kevin kevin rising i've been thinking about this who has trump's phone number who gets the caller text him directly in avoids subordinates here's some people i think probably do ivanka millennia papers of her fox and friends and sheriff sheriff joe they probably don't tiffany don jr eric john kelly is doesn't just bannon averages hannity his lawyer says he answered of rings and there's nobody around take it first who as trump's number.

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"kevin kevin rose" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kevin rose" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"And it gets me to watch a hell, a lot more TV than I want to what if the solutions what we just talked about earlier, the idea that you can be a publisher or platform. But if you're going to have hic et qu'on pasta, sure, not allow the law exists to do this to be honest. That's, then we don't have to even write a new law to do that. But just have to enforce it too. But that's, that's exactly the problem despite all of the things that we've side which I think most of which are pretty true. Who are we going to trust to go into these companies with enough intelligence to properly? Regulate them, we have a government currently in administration has high point out up schmucks. I wouldn't trust them change my tires. I didn't use that word is paraphrase. All call them schmucks. I don't think I've ever heard Harry. She might have used even worse word that particular I forgot the exact quote half of them, I said tied to land the plane. So, like, you know Phil done. Yeah. Honestly, we may be we may be worried about a minor thing compared to what could happen in the next couple of years. So, for instance, there seems to be zero will in the Senate to do anything about Russian election interference and that's just that's already started. It's already started and no big deal, Mitch McConnell's not worry. They'll be dangerous. Yeah. I think we're in very dangerous water. So maybe worrying about whether a Google should get rid of its recommendation engine. It's is not so important. I think it's pretty important, if you Kevin. Kevin rose article like if it is really a breeding ground for the, you know, somebody to flatter Thor's. Seriously, anti vaccine. Flatter because as apolitical, but it's a really good example. On the face of it, believing the earth is flat is nuts, and it really had pretty much died out until YouTube, and sadly, people believe the earth is flat, again, because of YouTube Magellan figured it out by looking at the horizon. So go outside, although I got a very snitty Email..

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"kevin kevin rose" Discussed on The Masked Man Show

The Masked Man Show

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kevin rose" Discussed on The Masked Man Show

"So. Yeah. I mean, I think that you know, you look at mikenowak is in that. But is it isn't that category? But if you look at, you know, heyday with Tommy would obviously be a huge gift for them. Drew goulash would be, you know, he's not like a conventional cruiserweight he could be you could be really incredible. And the bigger guys like, you know, massage lease probably out of the conversation, but buddy Murphy or something like that could just be in be insane. And Cedric Alexander. You know, I mean, he seems pretty comfortable in WBZ. But you know, he was he he was not, you know, he when he was the ring of honor. He was a different sorta wrestler, and he could he could fit in really seamlessly. So I don't know, man. I don't think there's an easy answer. I think it's going to have a lot to do with. With you know, contracts, you know, when when people's deals are up and stuff like that. But, you know, case by case, it'll be pretty interesting. I think some something that'll be really interesting more. So than rar smackdown. Look at inex- T right now and the generation like we're having we're in a really like we're in a really amazing era of inex- T. But I don't I think that some of the like it's possible that's undisputed era doesn't work on the main roster. And if it doesn't click within the first like couple like three six months on the main roster whenever they call him up. I mean, that's that's that those are four dudes who could go right over to AWS and just be really and be like headliners for them. So there's a lot of people there to keep an eye on Ed wants to know people always say WWE will be better wants Vince is gone. Are there any ways or areas, you think it could get worse? Wow. Yeah. I mean, I mean, they're. I mean, it sorta depends on when he goes. I mean, there's there's obviously like a real they're they're really corporate financial stakes. Right. I mean, if he were to the I feel like I should be knocking. What is I say is if you were to pass away or or step back during a new TV negotiation that could make a big difference in like how much money they get. You know? I mean, it's there's there's a certain sort of like just esteem that somebody like that has in in on a corporate level. I think as an onscreen character, he's like incredibly valuable, even though he's you know, his uses been pretty limited over the past several years. And I I don't think that it's I think that in all of the in all the ways that like the internet and fans love to just assume that everything bad emanates from him. There's pro. I mean, there's probably even more good stuff that comes from him. You know, and it's just like he's he's just doing a lot. I mean, it's talk about you know, you listen to podcasts new, you know, they'll they'll they'll give everybody their creditor. They're they're knocks when they have a bad idea. But you think about like the value of of somebody like, Pat Patterson? I mean, you don't think like Vince could be that valuable to accompany or isn't that valuable the WB now he's just doing he's probably doing other stuff too? That bounces it out. But like he's got gifts. Obviously he made this company. What it is. So yeah, I mean, yes, he there's there's there's a lot of he brings a lot of value to the company, obviously. So it'll be. You know? I I still think that's a ways off though is the question is whether or not he starts taking a step back. In the meantime, but we'll see. Guests three wrestlers that are going to be surprised entrance in the Royal rumble this year while it was just announce it Kevin Owens, not just announced. I think that Meltzer said that Kevin Owens officially cleared to come back. But they're gonna hold his return until after wrestlemainia. So that's just like like drudge siren for me. Like, I like he's definitely going to be in the rumble who knows? But that's my guess. Bray Wyatt's and other interesting. Interesting name too. I mean, it would be cool. If if it was if if Owens Sammy's AIn both came back, and it's really teamed up or fodder, whatever in the rumble mean that that could be a cool moment as far as surprises. Go. There's some potential surprises just sort of lingering their health situation aside. I find it hard to imagine. They would they would bring Roman reigns. Back in the rumble. I think I think that just psychologically for all the fans it's necessary for him to come back with like, a, you know, a well told deliberately told package about how he is overall of his medical medical issues in and and the cancer is in remission everything else. I don't think they need to let that let us figure that out in real time is my whole is trying to explain that. He got a clear that you know, that the doctors have okayed this. But you know, I mean, there's there's a you know, that's sitting out there. And then there's also, you know. There's I mean, there's some we got some, you know, the the the headliner matches for wrestlemainia are haven't even been hinted at in. But I I think health has a lot to do with that there's rains, obviously. But also triple h and then, you know, whether or not they there's always those Batista. Rumors and stuff like that. I don't know. I don't know. I think that I think that. My my gut is that we'll get one really wild return in the rumble or a Burr debut in the rumble. But. Part of. That's just I feel like I say that every year, and I don't want to get myself to hyped up. So we'll see speaking of Kevin O. Kurt young is a fun question. You saw that Kevin Allen's has lost some weight and his time. It looks great Kurt young. He looks great from a really weird photo of him sitting behind a table. But yes, he looks really good Kurt young, sir at, sir. Duck Salat asks could Kevin Owens return and run buddy roses gimmick saying he now weighed two hundred and three pounds amid only compete onto a five live. Up making much more impact. I'll hang up and listen. Well, that's way, diet or something. But he rose. Yeah. What was that? I know I know Jimmy. That's that's really funny. Yeah. That's my first wrestling memories. It's kinda horrifying buddy powder. All over him. Yeah. Buddy. Rose all-time. Great. Yeah. I mean, I think that would be really funny. I think that I think we've talked before about how they should send guys down inex- exte-. You know, just like when they don't win creative doesn't have anything for you. Just let Kevin Owens or whoever just go work in Steve tapings rwu, and that and that could be really fun. We haven't really talked about two five live. But it could be a really interesting. I mean, if they just like they were just like they became Kevin Kevin rose, Kevin Owens gimmick. And he and they sort of projected a promise that he would be unto five live every week for two months or something that could that could be cool that can move the needle, and that could could help him and help to show a man that would be fantastic that said. You know, rose desperately in need of just. Clear headliners and Kevin Owens when he comes back has the potential to be one. So you know, I think his he his his value is probably greater on the main roster. Okay. This comes from Ryan how old will your child bay when you take him or her but him to their first wrestling show. Wow.

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"kevin kevin rose" Discussed on The Bunker Project

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"kevin kevin rose" Discussed on The Bunker Project

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He's going to he's going to have to do that did it. Again by with J. J. J. a. What was that one about the balls was something. That's that's IT and the number report brought to you by. This is the show on the road so I don't know. When is this show going to come out weeks months? We do so. I guess everybody's not going to be really upset about what what come on tell me. Facebook bought oculus rift for two billion dollars. I know and that's a done deal right. Yeah it's not going to be back that's done. It now is stock options or cash. Usually they do a combination of cash. Usually it's a little bit about. Yeah I don't know the specifics of the deal give us some of them facebook credits. Well the thing is like his facebook stock. What's it worth now dollars? So it's gone up a little bit since fell actually but not as much as it fell when WHATSAPP was. Wow so that was giving up where they bought oculus full. Once they announced fell by a not too much. But it's kind of interesting but read. It went all crazy about people were on facebook and it was like you're posting on facebook. Do about how much you think the sucks. But why would it suck? All is is a three just jealous jealous and there was a guy you know. Notch for minecraft. The Guy that made my craft. He's cool guy but he's like. Oh I'm not gonNA make minecraft oculus rift anymore because facebook's involved sure is apparently he doesn't need to make money so it wasn't really need to do that anyway. Yeah but well but the thing is. It's not doesn't exactly the smartest businessman ever really did get lucky. Sure with a game because I mean cult. I haven't seen anything he's really made since then we just have to be. I like the guy that craigslist but but I mean I can understand. Why facebook did that. And I don't think it's a bad idea. But he was like. Oh I didn't pay ten thousand dollars to help support the OCULUS rift as a kickstarter walk in get sold for 'cause they raise two and a half million dollars right I four kickstarter but at the same time this is a great opportunity for Oculus for the community okay so that buyout though is facebook. Buying the it's an intellectual property staff to right. Oh they're buying everything for two billion dollars. You're buying patents. You're buying the hardware and telling me throwing the chairs. Facebook is making all the right moves right now. They're smart. They know what they're doing. They're getting you know peer to peer communication software as well as you know people are really smart with messaging the biggest user base for instant messaging. Well next to each at really. Yeah which is a Chinese base Okay yeah so that's four hundred sixty three million versus many farmers. But it's a it's a good move. I mean talent acquisition John Karnak. Who made doom is one of the people working with oculus very interesting so. I mean he's pretty smart dude so it's him leave. Oculus then. I might be a little wary. That they're not really letting them with it but as far as I can tell from the OCULUS founders comments. They're just gonNA leave him alone. So the vice president of of facebook said that it's that delimitations are real are restricted to our imagination with what facebook can do with this. So I mean it's not just what facebook can do with it. This is going to make it cheaper for the community. People don't realize that it's going to big achieve for the people that didn't know there was VR headset out. There now do because of this like it's instant problem with now. There is problems with if you're young. This is bad for you. Say That if you're under twenty five you're not supposed to use it and how many people are under twenty five on facebook? I guess they're all those guys leaving. I mean in order to get a kit for oculus rift the developer and yet have a thousand bucks so it's not really that big deal but it's going to it's going to be a mainstream thing. I mean solely just recently. Gd showed off their new VR head. To now it's more of a move towards Microsoft than and yeah. Yeah Tony like. I can see how they're doing this. They're buying up good companies to get talent acquisition doing Google facebook. There'll be like virtual meeting rooms now where people wear their oculus rift and I still think we're a couple years. Oh Oh yeah no not tomorrow. Yeah I mean as a futurist. I see happening with this. I mean sure I could see that happening. You think eventually will be in snow crash territory where there is. Actually we never GONNA get that Internet right. I never going to get the virtual reality. Holiday holiday is possible. I've seen good recreation not not holiday. It's an actual in in Virginia Chamber and your body's virtually suspended now. You're jacking in like that's like Matrix. Whatever that movie with Bruce Willis was replayed a chicken? He wasn't check. Don't know that one. Which was that? I don't know some movie where he was in everybody's staying at home and they could be whoever they wanted to be in. This virtual reality people were getting killed and stuff. Was it somebody else though? I thought yeah. Kind of had an edgy field when it started out and saying wow this is like a weird looking. Louis Elisa. Oh it's not that within. Yeah it was. It was the Australian guy. Who's that Australian very famous? Extra playing an actor and we're talking about a wolverine no Basically at the end of it. There's this amazing scene where he starts absorbing the glass shattered in virtually. Yeah that one. That was great. I know the one you Gonna. Watch that one again. That's what awesome movie we are kind of like limited. I mean we've seen people do youtube videos of Spiderman with a Gopro or was it superman with Gopro. Sorry Superman because he was flying was fine. That was that was I mean some. Some stuff will be accentuated. I mean I keep posting the picture of Mardi MC. Fly Back to the future who where. He's sitting at the dinner table with his family. And he's got the frigging thing on McCoy Junior. I should say and that you know. Now that's a funny but it isn't. That was two years ago. What they claimed his two thousand fifteen so actually here in the future years so often. This might still be in time. I Yeah I mean there was also recently the Hover Board fiasco fake faith hover board so that was a long time but I think this just makes perfect sense. Facebook LEGITIM- themselves. I mean. They've always been legitimate but people like facebook. They've been around for eight years. The problem is like fame fit almost almost nine actually probably well. I mean it's like You got to compete with Google because Google driverless car. They've got What else did they bought? Robot ROBOTICS THEY DARPA project for years the longevity project or whatever it's called where they're trying to get people's Lifespan up to a couple of hundred years. The space x all their lives on alternative energy. Lots OF ALTERNATIVE ENERGY. The one of the largest. Rnd for that. I I understand this. I mean they've got sh if you're not exactly I mean you just gotTa get taxed you huge tax. You got to spend the money something but Google has real engineers. Who's that facebook doesn't though I take a look at facebook? Well the thing is it's Lonnie urine and used to be an engineer. You're GONNA talent acquisition. That's what it is acquisition. How about if you work at Guler Yorker face I will spend a law I mean they. They have huge teams. That people are looking for things to buy rather than the generate than themselves just announced Google ventures not too long ago the to do the larger. Who is that podcast guy? 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