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"koiji" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Casual, and lackadaisical than couple of film generally is there isn't that crushing sense of ennui that's a lot of her films, very light but it's it's really fun especially for Bill Murray's performance who he kind of plays an exaggerated version of his sort of mythic persona as this strange Hollywood urban legend and he gets appeal back the layers of that a little and give a cer- melancholy twist to it. So that's on the rocks. It's be coming to apple actually soon. So I'm going to look up for that Russian of had pulled up. It coming Apple TV plus on. October Twenty Third Twenty Twenty Okay. Real quick before we move off that you mentioned the on we that is like the one word that I think of when I think of Sofia Coppola as a filmmaker on you mentioned this is this is not that isn't so much more lighter thing. I, just wonder what you think about that. Transition out of that. If after watching this movie, you would like to see more. Lightly toned movies from COUPLA or if you want if you prefer the the sort of ennui that she's more traditionally known for I think I'd prefer the on we because deprived of that. It doesn't feel very much like Sofia Coppola film it just kind of feels. Like I can't think of an exact filmmaker who be would just it feels like it less has less for trademark on it it's still enjoyable but I would say that I like when she's brooding and in sad and A. deconstructing the facets of feminity and. The Patriarchy and stuff so. I, I'd say this is an enjoyable watch but not one of couple as. Best or even most memorable films what enjoyable. Eric. What else have you been watching? I have been watching the human voice. So this is Pedro Mall Vars. English language debut starts told US win and it is a adaptation of the John Cocteau play of the same name it's short film. So it's not his English language feature debut, but it is for sure another rate entry into a motive ours demography and Tilda Swinton just burns up the screen in this film I. I just I love almost of our in general I. think that his. Bold filmmaking his bold colors emotions are always just so. Delightful. To experience screen. So cinematic and he does so much with a thirty minutes here much more than like. What many filmmakers are have been able to achieve in two hours. So this is very much all of our to its fullest, very bright vibrant melodramatic, and it's all about this Tillerson's performance and that formative grief in a way in that her character is basically on a long phone call with her former lover, a sort of going through a breakdown and talking about her relationship and meditating on love and grief, and all those kind of things and it's is really amazing. What's involved bar and Sweden can do with just her some air pods and a luxurious apartment is just a really fantastic short film might be one of my probably my favorite thing I've seen of the. Actually, there's another one that I will mention one of my favorite things out of your film festival so far and I only wish you is longer I i. really wish it was more than just a half hour that we got, but it is a perfect little short film and It was filmed during a covid times during like the social distancing measures and layaway that Alva works into The film is Really Wonderful to watch. He makes a sort of like this Meta textual commentary on that performance of type of brief, and by making it clear that this apartment that she's swanning about is built on a sound stage and he shows the exterior of that of that apartment in the sort of gray industrial sound stage and it's it's really. Great to watch. So that's the human voice, the Pedro Mall till the sweeten collaboration it's fantastic and don't know if it'll be streaming anywhere soon I think was picked up by searchlight I was just looking this up because I was like this sounds fascinating how the heck are the rest of us going to get a chance to see this and evidently like two days ago Sony pictures classics picked it up and it seems like they are going to be figuring out a release plan and like there's talk that this could end up competing in the Oscars for best live action. Short. But I don't know about what that release plan is going to be because they just picked it up a couple of days ago. So I think they're probably still figuring out a plan there but hopefully, it'll get released on one of the streaming services mobile check it out soon hopefully. So next thing I watched is a an Argentinean film called. Isabella. Structured by Mattis. Pinero and It's is a play on Shakespeare's measure for measure. It's about these Aspiring actors as they auditioned for a play. For measure for measure, and it's told in this non linear fashion where you jump between their audition and things they describe in their addition and there is that sort of thin. Line between reality and fantasy that's always fun in these kind of festival movies but it's a little bit Opaque in terms of its depictions of its characters in their thought processes in what they're going through it's probably not probably of what I've seen so far, but it's still really fascinating experience and a really interesting Survey examination of spear through the the characters and through the actresses who Very much are reflections of Shakespeare's characters. So that is Isabela and That is you know. I don't know if it's either that's just looked. It says a twenty twenty one theatrical release is being planned. So sounds like theaters next year. You know assuming that there are theaters next year hopefully. 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"koiji" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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"koiji" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics
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"koiji" Discussed on This Week In Video Games
"Said dead cells is a rogue like Metro Vania game developed by motion twin so this game was in early access for a year leading to its release on August seventh. Twenty eighteen is available on P._C.. Mac playstation four xbox one and Nintendo switch and dead cells is also coming to mobile devices in twenty nine thousand nine and for this review. I played it on the Nintendo switch so in the opening scene you see something drop from from the ceiling. It approaches dead body. Suddenly this courts comes back to life you dust yourself down and you set off to turn a fight your way out of a prison that's crawling with enemies as you go you gain weapons and armor and upgrades as you defeat enemies enemies they dropped cells which you collect and turn in for various unlock items and bonuses that sells uses a PERMA death system once you die you go back to the star of the game losing yourselves and all of the items so dead cells can be described as a rogue Vania that combines procedurally generated rogue like style with an action exploration Metro Vania game so the main protagonist in the game is a collection of cells who takes control of a dead prisoner of the style of each turn as as you explore through a series of randomly generated Dungeons Fighting Nasties you collect weapons abilities power ups food and money so as I say the levels are procedurally generated keeping the game feeling fresh each time is random platforms at formed obstacles and enemies and items combat in the game feels so good to with fluid and fast failed to the action a key part. The game is how good the game feels. It's a similar feeling to that of gun playing destiny as you can towage been polished over years and years of development of Bungee. It's hard to describe but you've just got to experience it to failure feels absolutely fantastic but do be where you're going to die and dead cells and as a fundamental part the game I'm learning enemy styles and tactics for being the bosses or as they're known keepers a great part of the game is a twitch integration allowing for viewers to influence the game via chat such as voting for upgrade paths and it's a really neat feature pages. It promotes the game with streamers audiences because of that kind of two way interaction model. There's not much of a story to dead cells but due to the addictive gameplay it doesn't really matter there's a sense of dark human. The game which comes across pretty well L. and the game takes place on unnamed island and the main character is referred to as the prisoner according to the guard. The prisoner was executed for some reason that reason isn't really detailed each time the prisoner dies the island reconfigures figures itself which is kind of a law reason for the robe-like mechanics in the game and apparently the island is a living organism evolves over time the game looks and feels absolutely fantastic. The Pixel is beautiful and fluid fluid as well as looking great. The design is really really good to allowing you to take all the numbers required like damage and upgrades sound design is on point too with a great soundtrack and audio design allowing you to Orientate in your surroundings innings and understand the differences between regular and critical hits for example dead cells looks great and feels even better and what makes it a winning combination is that level of risk reward and progression so I started off the game meekly we're going through the levels slowly but surely I finally reached the first keeper and was swiftly dealt with and killed. I felt like throwing the switch down but then as I went through again this time faster and faster and I reached that key again and I._B._M.. In a short amount I time it feels great and I can really feel myself getting better at the game as I play through in terms of weapons in the game you got space for kind of to mealy weapons. He got ranged weapons spells and shields so you've also got to Utah grenades or deployable traps and all of these color-coded Purple Green or red throughout the level you can pick up random weapons and items dropped from enemies or you can buy new gear at the end of a level and as well as new gear in between the level with the vendor is also mutations where you can apply certain buffs and boost your skills for example you can add a temporary buff to act fifty percent to your weapons post kills as you progress the levels the secret scrolls confined to boost your damage and tactical weapons and health allowing you to survive for longer and hit harder. There's a range of weapons in the game expanded even more by the recent D._l._c. rise of the giants came out this week the swords spears bows narrows whipped grenades fire and ice attacks and the player Camman combinations of weapons answer the personalization of your build random weapons NAMA do play a factor here but you can create some. Awesome builds the dead cells. It was initially launched on P._C.. Back in on May the tenth in two thousand seventeen in early access which led to some useful feedback to audiences before releasing the full version on August the seventh twenty thirteen thing and since its initial release is won many awards including the Best Indie game at twenty eighteen golden joystick awards best action game at game awards twenty eighteen and was no one eight of best independent game as well so the game was developed developed by motion twin hours aside on Nintendo Switch P._S.. Four xbox one P._C.. and Mac and its original release date was August seventh two thousand eighteen and we gave it a fine school of eighty one hundred food so fantastic game. They're really really enjoyed myself. But what about you. Have you played that sells. What do you think about the deal? Sea Rise to the giant. Send me an email at podcast at this week in video games dot com and let me know what you think about red cells right so that's it for me. I've been playing this week but don't forget if you're enjoying this week in video games focused that head on over to itunes and leave us a nice review. It really helps us get the word out about the PO- cost so if you've got access to I tunes be great if you go over there and leave us a nice review. It'd be very very much appreciated and don't forget this week in video. Games has a youtube channel that goes along side with the podcast. The Youtube Channel has the entire archive of the podcast as well as dedicated reviews interviews and features so search this week in video games on Youtube and subscribe today for all the latest content and are willing to the youtube channel in the show notes and if you want to say anything specific diffic- on Youtube send an email to podcast this week in video games dot com. It'd be great to hear from me and I'd like to thank all of you out there listening to the podcast each week not only do we get listeners from the U._k.. Or U._S._A. and Canada from all around the globe as well so I wanNA say thank you to listeners in Colombia Cambodia Romania Peru Ukraine the Maldives Pakistan Estonia Croatia and Chile as well say thank you to each and every one of you. I'd love to hear from you wherever you are in the world what games you're playing and where you listen to this week in video games so send me an email on podcast this week can be oh games dot com be fantastic to hear from you and involved in the show so next up. Let's take a look at the news of the week okay so I up in the news this week. Sonic the hedgehog movie has been delayed and in a move that surprises no one this movie has been delayed so the sonnet movie trailer was announced back in April and there was a backlash over the character design and it was so bad that the director Jeff Fowler said team. We're listening to some feedback so Jeff said on twitter thank you for the sport and the criticism the message is loud and clear you aren't happy with design and you want changes is going to happen everyone at paramount and Sega a fully committed to making this character the best he can be so the movie was originally slated for November twenty nine hundred release however now that's being pushed back to February twenty twenty suggest fowler came out on twitter again this week and he said taking a little bit more time to make sonic just write Hashtag Novia fix artists were harmed in the making of this movie which is low bit of tongue-in-cheek poker some of the feedback that came out from Jeff's initial tweet so originally Jeff said when the movie would be redesigned many assume that the release date of the movie wasn't going to change and the movie production would reflect the crunch. The often happens in the games industry so this appears not to be the case as the movie's been pushed back a few months to accommodate all the changes which I'm sure is fantastic news to all the animators they're still going to be a huge task to redesign the sonic character and it will be interesting to see what the reaction is when the Carrot D'Amato comes out again because they have kind of set a precedent by making changes to do to a backlash so that could be a dangerous precedent to set. I guess we'll see in the coming months next up in the news. The new call of duty is going to be named modern warfare fair and this is going to be named call of duty modern warfare which may sound a little bit familiar as call of duty for was also called modern warfare and the game is being developed by infinity ward which was one of the original original developers of college for modern warfare back in two thousand seven and the news was announced on twitter with Jason. Try confirming what long sensation had previously tweeted earlier in the day so we don't know too much about this year's entry just yet however eighty three is coming out soon and it's likely we're going to get some more details on the game I e three. I'd imagine because activision don't have too many games coming out this year. I think they're really kind of pushing behind cooler duty to get back to it's kind of cultural phenomenon the once was and they have been reports this year's e three. There's going to be a campaign mode which was missing from Koiji blackhawks four as I mentioned before to cool duty isn't really what it was and the market is now saturated with low good shooters including fortnight Apex Legends Ghost RECON destiny and obviously since Kula duty came out. We've had the a battle royale phenomenon really happen so the market for Kuijt really has changed. There's a whole load of competition out there so it'll be interesting to see what activision do and if they plan to make any kind of free to pay elements in this this game. I've heard I've heard rumors that maybe there's going to be some kind of free to play battle Royale element but perhaps there's going to be paid for campaign and multiplayer mode so as I say we don't know too much. The moment is quite all of rumors going round and hopefully R. E.. Three starts in a couple of weeks time now. We'll get some more details on the game. minecraft has sold one hundred seventy six million copies and it was my birthday day this week and it was ten years old and is clearly one of the most successful Games ever some minecraft as a say so one hundred seventy six million copies to date in virtually every country in the world according to a blog post from monk soft WBT subpar birthday celebrations included in announcement of minecraft earth which is new free to play orbited reality game that will bring the creative nature of minecraft to the real world according to monk soft so I guess it's kind of like <hes> pokemon go and the other Harry Potter game. That's coming out as well. I think the Harry Potter game is closer to Pokemon. Go we go round and find find various characters in the game whereas whereas minecraft minecraft earth monks off say so you got the game mechanics really simple you explore your neighborhood to find blocks.
"koiji" Discussed on AP News
"A popular Thai music act has apologized for wearing a shirt with a swastika flag during a rehearsal performance. A photo of the performance was posted on social media. And it went viral the performer Nineteen-year-old nam see Nafa of bien, que forty eight blamed her own ignorance and made a tearful video apology that was posted on her Instagram account. Israel's embassy in Thailand had posted a statement on Twitter expressing shock and dismay. The group's management. Also apologized for what they called inadvertently causing any distress to the people affected by the historical crime against humanity. A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art has been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by archetype Koiji was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the gallery. Witnesses described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see look that the interior ministry says they detained suspect and recovered the painting, which was hidden at a construction site outside Moscow police say the man had been on bail for drug possession. Some. December the painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars but other works by coincidence have fetched more than three million dollars at auctions. Legendary entertainer is being honored by the US postal service with a new stamp, Gregory Hines is being featured as part of the black heritage series it made his debut at the Peter Norton symphony space in New York introduced by acting chief postal inspector Gary Barksdale, I was known for his unique style of tap. Dancing and won a Tony award in nineteen Ninety-two four Joey's last jam data cancer at age fifty seven in two thousand and three the forever stamp features hives smiling on one knee with one foot raised to show the taps on the bottom of a shoe. AP radio news. I'm Rita Foley lay. I.
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"A World War Two era handgrenade caused the Taco Bell in Florida to be evacuated. A treasure hunter found the grenade while magnet fishing Saturday. Magnet fishing is kind of treasure hunting that uses magnets to pick things up in buried water. The man put the grenade in the trunk of his car, and then drove to the restaurant in Ocala about fifteen miles away where he called police to report finding the grenade. Police immediately ordered the restaurant evacuated and the Marion county sheriff's office bomb squad came in to remove the grenade. Ocala police that it was an actual World War Two era weapon. And it would be destroyed. A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian artists been returned police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by Arca Koiji was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the gallery. Witnesses described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see look that the interior ministry says they detained suspect. And recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow. Police say the man had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is one hundred eighty five thousand dollars, but other works by Koichi have fetched more than three billion dollars at auctions. How we deal with our allies around the world has changed under the Trump administration. And as AP's Ben Thomas reports a new poll suggests most Americans don't think highly of the president's foreign policy approach the latest Associated Press NOISE center for public affairs research poll finds thirty five percent of respondents approve of President Trump's handling of foreign policy while sixty three percent disapprove in about half of all respondents think the country's global standing will deteriorate during the next year. But as with other issues, there's a wide partisan divide with seventy six percent of Republicans saying the president's doing okay on foreign policy, but only eight percent of Democrats. However, the president does fare better when it comes to his plan to remove US troops from Syria with thirty nine percent saying they approve compared with thirty five percent saying, they disapprove, Ben Thomas, Washington. AP radio news. I'm Rita Foley lay..
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"Capital bank. USA a teenager who tried to steal a commercial plane. So he could fly to Chicago for a rap concert has pleaded guilty. Nineteen year olds the Marcus Scott Texarkana Arkansas was sentenced to five years probation for attempted theft property and burglary. Police say they found Scott on the fourth of July inside the cockpit of an American Eagle jet at Texarkana regional airport. They say even though he's not a trained pilot. He had hoped to fly the plane to the concert. Police say that he told them he thought all he had to do was push some buttons and pull some levers. Authorities say the forty four seat jet wasn't damaged the family of Michael Jackson is not happy with the debut of a new film, documenting child abuse accusations against the king of pop documentary leaving never land debuted at the Sundance film festival and was given a standing ovation. It focuses on two of Jackson's accused. And is set to be an HBO and the UK's channel four in the spring. The family said it's various the two men boys at the time. They said they were abused have received renewed attention because of the film in a statement that says the film and coverage surrounding it are a public lynching of a man who can no longer defend himself. Jackson died in two thousand nine the men told authorities previously that Jackson hadn't molested them. But then later filed lawsuits saying they'd come to accept that they'd been sexually abused. The film's director. Dan Reed has said he has no doubts about the men's truthfulness. A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art is been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by architect. Koiji was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the cough gallery. Witnesses described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see look that the ministry says they detained suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow. Police have demand had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars, but other works by Koichi have fetched more than three million dollars at auctions. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. Four houston..
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"A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art has been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by architect. Koiji was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the coffee gallery. Witnesses described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd look that the interior ministry says they detained suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow. Police have demand had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars, but other works by Koichi have fetched more than three billion dollars at auctions. A former Portuguese prime minister is accused of pocketing thirty four million euros through top level corruption. A magistrate has begun hearing legal arguments from the public prosecutor and defense attorneys in one of the biggest cases in recent times in Portugal of the suspects include a former government minister, the one time head of Portugal's largest listed Bank, which went bankrupt and Portugal Telecom former presidents and his former chairman of the board decision on whether to proceed to trial is expected before the end of the year make it three straight for the AFC AP's. Cal Cassandra reports. The NFC struggles continue in the Pro Bowl. It was a wet and wild two thousand nineteen NFL Pro Bowl where team a FC defeated team NFC twenty six to seven at Camping World stadium in Orlando fans were treated to performances by Patrick Mahomes. Andrew luck. Russell Wilson Dak Prescott Ezekiel Elliott and saquon Barkley name a few despite the score. It was all fun and games both locker rooms after the game. Now the football world heads to Atlanta for Super Bowl. Fifty-three Kyle Cassandra Orlando. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire four Houston. Police officers undercover. Narcotics agents have been wounded.
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"Jackson is not happy with the debut of a new film, documenting child abuse accusations against the king of pop documentary leaving never land debuted at the Sundance film festival and was given a standing ovation. It focuses on two of Jackson's accusers and is set to be an HBO and the UK's channel four in the spring. The family said it's furious. The two men boys at the time, they said, they were abused have received renewed attention because of the film in a statement that says the film and coverage surrounding it are a public lynching of a man who can no longer defend himself. Jackson died in two thousand nine the men told authorities previously that Jackson hadn't molested them. But then later filed lawsuits saying they'd come to accept that they'd been sexually abused. The film's director. Dan Reed has said he has no doubts about the men's truthfulness. How we deal with our allies around the world has changed under the Trump administration. And as a piece Ben Thomas reports a new poll suggests most Americans don't think highly of the president's foreign policy approach the latest Associated Press NOISE center for public affairs research poll finds thirty five percent of respondents approve of President Trump's handling of foreign policy while sixty three percent disapprove in about half of all respondents think the country's global standing will deteriorate during the next year. But as with other issues, there's a wide partisan divide with seventy six percent of Republicans saying the president's doing okay on foreign policy, but only eight percent of Democrats. However, the president does fare better when it comes to his plan to remove US troops from Syria with thirty nine percent saying they approve compared with thirty five percent saying, they disapprove, Ben Thomas, Washington. A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art is been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by architect. Koiji was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the cough gallery. Witnesses described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see the theft the interior ministry says they detained the suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow police said the man had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars but other works by coincidence have fetched more than three million dollars at auctions. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire four Houston. Police officers undercover. Narcotics agents have been wounded.
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"A painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art is been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by architect. Koigi was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the gallery would this is described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see the theft the interior ministry says they detained suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow police said the man had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars, but other works by Koiji fetched more than three billion dollars at auctions. Make it three straight for the AFC. AP's? Cal Cassandra reports. The NFC struggles continue with the Pro Bowl. It was a wet and wild two thousand nineteen NFL Pro Bowl where team AFC defeated team NFC twenty six to seven at Camping World stadium in Orlando fans were treated to performances by Patrick Mahomes. Andrew luck. Russell Wilson Dak Prescott Ezekiel Elliott and saquon Barkley name a few despite the score. It was all fun and games above locker rooms after the game. Now the football world heads to Atlanta for Super Bowl. Fifty three. Kyle Cassandra Orlando. Female filmmakers are submitting to and being accepted into the Sundance film festival in significantly greater numbers than they were a decade ago. According to a new study the Sundance institute and the university of southern California's Annenberg inclusion initiative found twenty eight percent a feature length had episode projects omitted in two twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen were directed by at least one woman and thirty five percent of those were ultimately accepted. The study also found twenty..
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"If Mayfield didn't have these success. He did it Oklahoma. If he didn't have the success. He did this year in the NFL as a smaller guy coming out of that Oklahoma system with Lincoln Riley. Now, I think we saw the even though that Oklahoma system is very wide open and very Koiji there. Still a lot of NFL concepts and NFL throws that are in debt system. And we saw Mayfield was able to do that with the Browns this year, especially when he got some better coaching that was not Hugh Jackson and Todd Haley. So I absolutely think that Mayfield success absolutely paved the way for for Murray to possibly be. Hi draft pick and not not just get drafted. But be a high draft pick this year. Yeah. Absolutely. And also Baker success as a an undersized quarterback because this time last year, everybody's oh he's he's too short. You'll never be able to see over the offensive line, which when you've got. Six foot six six foot eight offense of tackles Hilo, see over them as Brock Osweiler in. I don't think that's anybody's prototypical quarterback. Baker. I think has done a lot for calamari to make this decision even possible and from there, there's some pretty interesting dominoes to fall. I think one of the reasons we have expected debris to pick baseball's because of the guaranteed money that was already there. He got a contract that was already like five million dollars and the difference between the guaranteed money in baseball and football. But I think quarterback is probably the one place where it actually does make more sense to play football. Because especially if he's going to be a high pick he's going to get a nice guaranteed contract and that fifth year option. And if he is even just an average quarterback there's a lot of money coming down the line or just being average. And if he's better than that. Then he's going to get hey, you what of money, and it's going to be hard to match the quarterback money in baseball. Now say if he was a wide receiver or almost any other position, I think it would make a lot more sense to play baseball. Like Jeff's, Marsha was very good bide receiver. He absolutely made the right choice to to play baseball. Because he made a lot more money as a pitcher then he ever would have made as a wide receiver. Even if he was one of the league's best wide receivers. So I think in that terms, and if he wants to go the football round, I think that does make a lot of sense for him now. And as he goes in that like, you said a lot of things are going to continue to be very fluid in this quarterback situation. So now there might be two guys who are worthy of going in the top ten when for a long time. We adjust only been talking about one basically since Justin Herbert said he was going to stay in school. So that makes it possibly if you're looking at the giants. And if they were maybe looking at at Haskins or just a quarterback in general, even though there was only one there were still the potential of someone to weep them in a trade and grab the guy, and then you're left with no one. Now, there's maybe possibly the second option. So that. Opens it up for four some more training in more. Maneuvering maybe in in the first part of the draft. And then I guess we can talk about this of what it possibly does at first overall..
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"Formerly of we as human you've got to play all the coolest places, which I wish I could including red rocks. Tell me stories about that place twice to will make it good. She shop. View resurface on social media, recently, gentlemen, if you've seen or not. Yeah. Have you and your Obam mates standing in the lobby but like the walkway by the doors has machine shop? Oh, yeah. The latest kit looking. Yeah, they have. Yeah. You get your picture taken in the hallway. And then they put it up in the hallway, and that's the thing. But it's all that. Anyway, you've got a number one billboard charting song that you mixed co-produce Koiji neared played guitar saying, so do you all the things on rock album of the year? Best new artist of the year, all these awards and accolades, your own recordings to you. Because you mix you engineer you song right with shoals music, you produce and one thing that we haven't talked about yet in the history of turned up podcast, which I'm surprised hasn't shown up yet for the last four years. You've been a beta tester for allergies before they go public and can or something as an actual allergy. They they inject you with it. And see if you're to tell some of the things that the strangest ones that you've had to encounter lately, honestly. And this one is an isn't lately. So they were they were going to. You say so much without saying anything at all Jake. Sorry. I'm being blinded by your gold record over there hanging on the wall. So WalMart was interested in rolling out. This new allergy that they were calling gluten. And so they were they said, hey, we need to come up with an allergy. We're not sure what to call it. And so they had a list of words, and apparently one of their employees sat on it with their glutinous Maximus decided to call it Luton. That's where it came from. And so they said what a great idea will invent this allergy called gluten allergy or gluten intolerance and will roll that out. So it was a beta tester for it. And I told him I don't know. I don't feel good about this one. Literally, you know, I pooped my pants a couple of times, it was very embarrassing that wasn't really different from normal days. Well. No, I felt like it was a little different. The timing was different. Got you. I'm on a set schedule. This was your very regular irregularly. Poop your pants. Yes. And this was irregular expecting it. And and so that moves just a really strange one. And I suggested that they don't they don't do it. You said nee I said a, but they rolled out with it. Anyway. And turns out it was a hit have you ever found? It weird being the only person on the panel about for like beta testing, allergies. Never thought of it. It's weird. I really the only person they told me that we're a bunch of other people. I think that just said that 'cause you kept showing up every day, and they're like what could we do to make him leave? Hey, go home and sleep on this and see what you think. Yeah. Man. It's just really there's draw. Anything pins there? No, needles or anything. They haven't been giving anything doesn't skills that you've been taking. Oh, man. I thought were delicious jobs is marking like all the SS off of the skittles. So he wouldn't tell wait a minute. Is that we know each other. That's where we first met. And then you started following me home. Oh, Robert ridiculous ridiculous. Let's put into this. We have it. We were talking about Maha Hobie was the word. Robert. No that was an I wanted to go somewhere with me for a moment. Again, home headphones off all right. All right. I want you to close your eyes. Imagine you're out doing your usual shopping for chicken nuggets in ironing boards. K the us normal. You're minding your own business. When suddenly you notice a faint noise over the stores speaker system you continue down the aisle trying to decide whether this steel top board is better or worse than the typical cloth top. There are big differences, by the way. They're definitely. You reach the end of the iron board. I'll and you're right Blois speaker. And you realize that what you're hearing is your worst fear. Swing pool of milk in those straws. Second worst fear. Second worst fear. You start to panic. You're breathing gets shorter your heart rate faster. You start sweating excessively. Your mouth is becoming drier than the Sahara desert, and you feel your stomach squeeze as your.
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"Hundreds of people stand on a platform at paris mon poun s stations staring at a board of drastically reduced train schedules train drivers are protesting changes to the state rail company the government says are necessary to ready at for open european competition in compunds disown me in a televised interview yesterday matt krohn said he would not back down geom pay ohni is waiting for his train he understands why a lot of french support the strikers ribaud going t's a training franz is a symbol of the koiji of the unity of the nation train is quite important but on the other hand i mean the world has changed train companies have to adop for the mao met a slim majority of the french support the government eleanor veered xlii and pair news paris good auto futures prices closed higher oil up thirty two cents a barrel to sixty seven thirty nine a barrel new york i'm jack speer npr news in washington.